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bkbliesner wrote:Wine David,
Why is it that on Sunday night we were only able to order one unit? Now the normal ordering is in place. I would have bought more than one unit at that time.
Thanks in advance, Brian
Yeah, what he said.
"My only regret in life is that I didn't drink more wine." --Hemingway
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coynedj wrote:Even though Cincinnati is named after a Roman, and Cleveland has a suburb that's even named Seven Hills, I think Rome is actually the original.
Not to be a stickler but Cincinnati is actually named after George Washington who was nicknamed Cincinnatus. So yes it is the name of a roman but not why it is called Cincinnati.
AD would be proud.
Buy wine because you like it, not because someone said that is the wine you should drink.
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am I right in thinking that it was hinted inadvertently that we'll have another fine offering from this same winery tonight? (Hey, kids, collect 'em all !)
Some intriguing library wines there but I'd think in too short supply for Woot and also likely price/discount hurdles.
"Three be the things I shall never attain: Envy, content, and sufficient champagne."
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kurter wrote:I think the quality price ratio favors washington , france italy spain just about anywhere other than california. Washington cabs have more flavor per dollar than just about any other appelation
Go see the other thread where I (and others) disagree with you and give specific examples.
And I'm sorry... France?... seriously?... especially after what 2005 did to their pricing structure? I respectfully and whole heartedly disagree.
If I'm looking for real value plays right now, I'm tasting a lot of the outstanding offerings from Chile and South Africa. Not buying many yet but their quality is definitely on the rise.
In periods of profound change, the most dangerous thing is to incrementalize yourself into the future -- Thomas Edision