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Thank you for the lovely comments and taking time out of your morning, Cathy!
You pushed me over the edge, if I can get back to push the big gold button after leaving this comment. (Should have thought about my time sequence better!).
We are coming out to Napa in mid-August (midweek) and are looking forward to visiting and tasting. I have not had any of your wines, yet; however, based upon the acclaims from rpm and the rest of the group, we can hardly wait!
"We hear of the conversion of water into wine at the marriage in Cana as of a miracle. But this conversion is, through the goodness of God, made every day before our eyes. Behold the rain which descends from heaven upon our vineyards, and which incorporates itself with the grapes, to be changed into wine; a constant proof that God loves us, and loves to see us happy." Benjamin Franklin
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cathycorison wrote:Good morning wooters!
Oh, about the 2003- We’re loving it at the winery. It moved into full blossom a few months ago.
Dadgummit! SIBWM blown to smithereens (what is a smithereen...I'll have to google that) because of that one statement! No, not "good morning wooters".
There is really no point in trying to explain liberty to people who don't understand what it means.
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cathycorison wrote:Oh, about the 2003- We’re loving it at the winery. It moved into full blossom a few months ago.
I went in for one just because of this... I was trying to hold off on drinking my last bottle, but now that I don't have to let it sit anymore, I can drink without worry!
I opened one bottle (of the two I had) for Christmas 2010 and it was beyond amazing after an hour of decanting. My sister and father loved it as well. Even at the higher price, it is worth it.
"Every man dies... not every man truly lives." -William Wallace (from the movie Braveheart)
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PhilSandifer wrote:I drank a bottle of 2000 Corison (not Kronos) a few months ago, and it was the first time a bottle of Corison has disappointed me. Do wines have a second dumb phase?
And perhaps more importantly, I've got a bottle of 2000 Kronos as well that I was saving for Christmas. Should I worry about it?
More likely that it hadn't woken up again yet ... and Kronos is an entirely different animal, good for 20+ years of aging IMO... and better for it. I've got 2 that I'm sitting on for a few more years yet.
In periods of profound change, the most dangerous thing is to incrementalize yourself into the future -- Thomas Edision