… wines they have of a particular type?
I have zero of that.
Red! I mean blue.
European or African?
Maybe two swallows could carry it together.
It’s not a question of where they would grab it - it’s a question of weight ratios
BTW, to John’s original question, I believe when you see someone post a thread asking how many Pinotage producers one has in their cellar, that will be a good indicator that the fad will have run it’s course.
To be honest, while my thread title isn’t differentiated, my intent was a little different - being merely to prove to myself the widespread underappreciated nature of the Sangiovese grape. Although with Jay Hack having responded with 20, I may have to revisit that theses .
I’ve never bothered to enter my wines into cellartracker, so I always feel left out in these “how many” games.
I have a general answer that would be approximate for Bordeaux, Burgundy, California Cabs, Tuscany, Oregon Pinot Noir, or Washington State reds. 30-50 each.
Fewer than that in every other category. No Pinotage, in case you ask.
- 12 to keep and 12 to trade for more interesting threads.
I’m holding out for “how many Picpouls”. Seems to be trending in CA.
Picpoul…now you`re talking!
You all are green with envy because I started the Bx thread.
“O, beware, my lord, of jealousy;/It is the green-eyed monster, which doth mock/ The meat it feeds on”
Well, you have to know these things when you’re a King, you know.
Might be time to find out how many White Zinfandel producers are in everyone’s cellar.
Definitely a leading indicator of the concept playing out.
By the way, I checked and, according to Cellartracker, I haven’t participated in any of those threads.
Air speed velocity, dude. Air speed velocity.
We already discussed this on the secret forum. The purpose of the threads is to distract Jay just enough so he forgets to start a thread telling us what he had for breakfast.