mschauber


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WD,
Any chance of getting some wine from Cabaud Wines on WW for us?

https://www.cellartracker.com/wine.asp?iWine=1252453

Thanks..

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North316


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Bring back the Meyer Family Port too while you are at!

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redwinefan


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As long as we are generating a wish list, could you see about grabbing the 2009 Tallulah Stagecoach Vineyard Syrah?

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jmdavidson


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mschauber wrote:WD,
Any chance of getting some wine from Cabaud Wines on WW for us?

https://www.cellartracker.com/wine.asp?iWine=1252453

Thanks..



Such an offer would require two black tie symbols, no?

Winedavid39


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mschauber wrote:WD,
Any chance of getting some wine from Cabaud Wines on WW for us?

https://www.cellartracker.com/wine.asp?iWine=1252453

Thanks..



I'm on the case!

cmaldoon


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jmdavidson wrote:Such an offer would require two black tie symbols, no?



Yikes. Pricey stuff but well liked. Perhaps a plus offer?

I love the juslyn you had on once upon a time and this is the same price range.

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chipgreen


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I'd love to see some Cakebread Cab and/or Zin....

tytiger58


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One word....Roadhouse!

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cortot20


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Verge Syrah
Humanitas Syrah
Kalidios Syrah
Roessler single vineyard pinots
Iron horse rose

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kylemittskus


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I recently drank a 2004 Trinitas PS that was spectacular. Bring them back. I paid $15 for it and it was worth double.

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rjquillin


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Winedavid39 wrote:I'm on the case!

Yikes, no way could I afford a case!

CT

rjquillin


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kylemittskus wrote:I recently drank a 2004 Trinitas PS that was spectacular. Bring them back. I paid $15 for it and it was worth double.

I've had a couple bottles of a 2001 Zin from them. Not at all a fan of that one or it's style so I've just avoided them since. The PS must have been much better.

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funbunny


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Winedavid39 wrote:I'm on the case!



You are going to be sorry you responded. There is quite a list going and you know a lot more requests to come.

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mschauber


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Winedavid39 wrote:I'm on the case!



WD,
Thank you. I am sorry if I opened pandora's box for you with all the other requests.

And yes, this is very pricey stuff. But I heard from someone whose taste in wine I really trust and admire, that this is a real up and coming vineyard and some of the best young Napa cab he has ever tasted in this price range (or lower.)

I was given a private invite to their mailing list, although I think anyone can still join on their website, and was sent a "special allocation/offer" to buy at retail price, hah.. So much for special offer, hehehe. I don't expect WD to have much luck, but hey WD comes through with any sort of discount for us, he'll truly impress me, which is really hard to do ;)

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bkarlan


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rjquillin wrote:Yikes, no way could I afford a case!



If this pops up, let me know if need a person to go in with you. I will be in for a bottle

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rjquillin


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bkarlan wrote:If this pops up, let me know if need a person to go in with you. I will be in for a bottle

OK, but remind me if you see it first! Pulled any woot! corks yet?

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bkarlan


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rjquillin wrote:OK, but remind me if you see it first! Pulled any woot! corks yet?



I sure will. Oh I didn't tell you? We had a woot cellars thanksgiving, with a SH dessert. I think we went through 4 bottles that night

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rjquillin


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bkarlan wrote:I sure will. Oh I didn't tell you? We had a woot cellars thanksgiving, with a SH dessert. I think we went through 4 bottles that night

Excellent! Not a horizontal or vertical; guess a diagonal? The Jana eis?

We're doing a TCU BS Nursing graduation today for elder daughter and will be pulling some old Wellington and Harvey library corks! Brought an eis as well...

cheers

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winefarm


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mschauber wrote:WD,
Thank you. I am sorry if I opened pandora's box for you with all the other requests.

And yes, this is very pricey stuff. But I heard from someone whose taste in wine I really trust and admire, that this is a real up and coming vineyard and some of the best young Napa cab he has ever tasted in this price range (or lower.)

I was given a private invite to their mailing list, although I think anyone can still join on their website, and was sent a "special allocation/offer" to buy at retail price, hah.. So much for special offer, hehehe. I don't expect WD to have much luck, but hey WD comes through with any sort of discount for us, he'll truly impress me, which is really hard to do ;)



bring on the requests! we often forward the link to the winery to let them know y'all are talking about them. a good entre' to wine.woot.

WD

tiger7610


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While I personally do not need any more finger lakes wines, I do think it would be cool to see some more of them on woot. The ones that come to mind are: Keuka Springs Winery, and Prejean.

cortot20


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The Hobbit is out. Bring on the Oakenshield Zin from Castoro cellars.

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klezman


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tiger7610 wrote:While I personally do not need any more finger lakes wines, I do think it would be cool to see some more of them on woot. The ones that come to mind are: Keuka Springs Winery, and Prejean.



A Cab Franc dry and icewine combo would be quite interesting...

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bhodilee


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klezman wrote:A Cab Franc dry and icewine combo would be quite interesting...



You make an interesting point. A Riesling combo pack would be epic. I'm sure there's someone (Scott?) that makes it from Dessert to dry

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JOATMON


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I'm hoping to get sparklies in time for new year.

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JOATMON


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Anything from Pedroncelli coming up soon? We haven't had any for a while.

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North316


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JOATMON wrote:Anything from Pedroncelli coming up soon? We haven't had any for a while.



We just had the four grapes port up in the last month.

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boatman72


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JOATMON wrote:Anything from Pedroncelli coming up soon? We haven't had any for a while.



I love their mixed case offers. I go bonkers because of the QPR. Although I have 450+ bottles in the basement including Pedroncelli, I'd jump all over it again, again, and again!

rjquillin


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MacRostie; CS and PN

First from Hacienda Wine Cellars back in the late 70's and I still have a bottle of his '77 Cab, 12.1% ABV, to go with the one I finally pulled a cork on earlier this year.

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tiger7610


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bhodilee wrote:You make an interesting point. A Riesling combo pack would be epic. I'm sure there's someone (Scott?) that makes it from Dessert to dry



Tom at Prejean at the finger lakes, makes riesling from dry to sweet with a few in between. Dont remember what his desert wines are from, I know his Cab port is great.

edthebedhead


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Winedavid39 wrote:I'm on the case!



I think its cool to take the request!

klezman


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More Hawley, please Although that would ensure I violate my vow to hold off on buying anything for a few months while I generate space.

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tytiger58


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klezman wrote:More Hawley, please Although that would ensure I violate my vow to hold off on buying anything for a few months while I generate space.



Drink faster, hold another offline? I see nothing wrong with 2 house warming party's

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klezman


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tytiger58 wrote:Drink faster, hold another offline? I see nothing wrong with 2 house warming parties



Except that I ended up with more bottles after the party than before.

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trifecta


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klezman wrote:More Hawley, please Although that would ensure I violate my vow to hold off on buying anything for a few months while I generate space.



Stop spreading the word... Things are selling out too quickly.

JOATMON


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Jerky...and pickles!

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rjquillin


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klezman wrote:Except that I ended up with more bottles after the party than before.

I know absolutely nothing about how that may have occurred.

CT

klezman


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trifecta wrote:Stop spreading the word... Things are selling out too quickly.



If you care to share your club pricing I could get some from you

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chipgreen


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tiger7610 wrote:While I personally do not need any more finger lakes wines, I do think it would be cool to see some more of them on woot. The ones that come to mind are: Keuka Springs Winery, and Prejean.



I would like to see something from Dr. Konstantin Frank. Their '11 Semi-Dry Riesling was voted as the Finger Lakes "wine of the year" for 2011 and they also make a very nice Old Vines Pinot Noir and Grüner Veltliner.

otolith


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klezman wrote:More Hawley, please Although that would ensure I violate my vow to hold off on buying anything for a few months while I generate space.



Hmmm...their pinot noir and the rest of their wines look quite interesting.

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