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cortot20 wrote:I will simply say that as a long time wine.wooter I do not agree with anything you have written and feel you cannot cope with changes.
"If drinking is bitter, change yourself to wine." -Rainer Maria Rilke
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firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:Good morning Wine.Wooters!,
Dan Tudor, Winemaker@Tudor Wines, here. Hope you all had a terrific Thanksgiving!
Let me know if you have any questions about the library two pack. The wines are drinking incredibly.
Hi Dan, how much longer is the drinking window on these wines? Thanks!
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otolith wrote:We had a bottle of the Nicolaysen Family Vineyards 2003 Late Harvest Pinot Blanc, and it was EXCELLENT!
Honey color, viscous in the glass. Notes of apricot and candied apple on the nose, followed by a full-bodied honey, sweet white raisin and more apricot on the palate. Not cloying in its sweetness. Had quite a mouth coating and long finish.
It was definitely one of the favorites of the night! Would definitely recommend this. If you're on the fence about it, buy it, you will not be disappointed!
I agree with this assessment - it was superb. Even better than the dessert wine I brought to the gathering, I must admit. I think I'll have to buy some!
I started out on Burgundy but soon hit the harder stuff. Bob Dylan, Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
How on earth did I get 7 QPs?
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coynedj wrote:I agree with this assessment - it was superb. Even better than the dessert wine I brought to the gathering, I must admit. I think I'll have to buy some!
Yup. Had the '02 Thanksgiving eve and the '03 Friday night. Both are exquisite. Nectar.
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