Is there any chance you would contsider doing a Musar dinner in Maine? There’s a solid following of us up here that have been loving your wine for quite some time. My first bottle was a bottle of 1995 Rouge…and the rest was history. Unfortunately I’ve only heard about how the whites age…as the oldest bottle of white I have is a 1995 and that will be resting in the cellar for another 10-15 years if I can manage. There’s a small joke with in my tasting group and it really was a pleasure when a few years back someone noticed that your webpage posted my tasting note (below) on the '95 I opened.
So…in short, is there any chance that you’d consider joining us for a wine dinner with some older reds & whites up in Maine?
“10/27/2008: There is a lovely floral almost perfumed scent to this wine. There is so much going on in this wine that my mind is having a hard time wrapping around what my nose can smell. Scents of earth, truffles, black fruits, blueberries, pipe tobacco, heavily flowered sourdough bread, and a scent that reminds me of the oils stained concrete floor of my grandfather’s garage. There is a lovely mouth feel to this wine as it enters the mouth leading you to think it is a light bodied wine. However, after the first swallow weight picks up and the flavors unfold as red & black fruits transition, ebb, and flow as if they are in a dance with one another…while flavors of tobacco, earth, mushrooms, and cedar unfold…into a near perfect symphony. This wine has been open for an hour and only continues to get better… (3197 views)”