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    I had this at a wine tasting last week and thought it was decent, but everything starts tasting the same after 2 hrs of drinking wine.

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    2002 Campo Lindo Gran Reserva. Not bad!

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    2010 Epoch Estate Red Blend. One bottle out of four wine shipments delivered to my door today

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    Coke zero so far, but I am eying a bottle of that Alsatian Grand Cru riesling that Ken made me buy a few weeks ago...

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    Quote Originally Posted by apicius9 View Post
    ...but I am eying a bottle of that Alsatian Grand Cru riesling
    do it. you know you can.

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    Left the riesling for tomorrow, opened a Dry hopped St. Rogue Red Ale instead. Nicely balanced, hoppy but not in-your-face hoppy as some other Rogues. Could have a little fuller body but that is probably because I had more double IPAs recently. I can see the red ale going well with some foods.

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    vitasoy soy milk hahaha

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    a zin a friend made, a couple years ago. not quite a good as the Brunello di Montalicino San Filippo 2006 i had earlier, but pretty quaffable.

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    it was the Le Lucére, if anybody was interested. got it free from the doctor who abandoned me with the bleeding finger (he brought over most of the soon-to-be-ex-wife's forgotten wine collection, so he's forgiven), and boy was it worth every dollar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdipisReks View Post
    a zin a friend made, a couple years ago. not quite a good as the Brunello di Montalicino San Filippo 2006 i had earlier, but pretty quaffable.
    '06 is a good year. Tasty.

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