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MarkDaSpark wrote:This stuff is the shizzle! You won't be sorry.
Agreed. One of the best QPR wines woot has had since I've been been here (4yrs).
Great wine. Buying more.
w.w bottles| 303 L: Diablita Red
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Not really a Merlot fan, but most definately a Ty Caton fan. Have given this one a shot and bought 2 4packs. Hoping for complexity and tastiness.
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i hope this is not sold out before ty has a chance to talk about it on the board...
wine woot gatherings: manchego dinner, '11 cyber pub bottling, '12 cyber pub bottling, DMV #25, #26, #28 NY #19, NY #20; socal #22
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My CT notes on the '08:
"10/6/2010 rated 92 points: Wow! Simply a great blend. Smooth & well integrated already, it still has the tannin structure for some aging. I'm looking forward to seeing how it develops over the next few years. Probably the best QPR play from Ty since the '04 Field Blend."
While the blend is different, I would expect the same well made wines we always get from Ty. I'm in.
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dwdyer wrote:In for two. Good offering, and importantly it's cooled off enough I think in Texas so it won't cook before delivery. The heat kept me from making Amy orders.
What part of Texas do you live in? It's still going to be 104 degrees here in Austin today which will cook wine on a truck pretty easily
"You need to invest in a corkscrew. Wine is for drinking." -- Peter Wellington
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In for one, now to find a good wine rack to see what all I've stockpiled this year!
Screw, screw, screw, twist, pop, pour, tada!