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Winedavid39 wrote:the 2001 zin was an unbelievable wine. i get different dimmensions with Gaffner's wines.
It's more than 3 dimensional? Surprised the write-up didn't mention it! You're entering ... the Twilight Zin.
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To buy, or not to buy. To buy or not to buy. I'm already pretty loaded on Syrah, but good Syrah is good Syrah. I think about 20% of my cellar is currently Syrah, CDP or GSM. Would these feel at home with my St Josephs and Crozes-Hermitages?
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eluofthenine wrote:i'm new here. if i tattle does that mean it sends an email to your wife telling her what you've done?
I'm just hanging out, really.
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jgaffner wrote:stongry and maurakid,
Bottle age is a big thing for me and the wines I make. I believe many wineries release wine to early. Saxon Brown is small enough I can hold on to wines until ready. If Saxon Brown were larger they would put me away for holding on to wines. I just think a wine should be ready to drink upon release and get better from there. And yes it may be a up on a soapbox issue for me.
Get up there brother!!
Last year, we had a woot gathering with a wine from France, that was bottled a decade ago, but was just now being release for purchase. Smaller producer, but able to hold onto their wines until they were 'ready'. Got to say, it was a great wine.
Andy the Wicked Panda