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    Quote Originally Posted by welshstar View Post
    How is Turley, i just ordered my first mixed case from the mailing list
    I am a huge fan of them. If you love fully extracted bold red wines they will knock your socks off! Along with Hendry Winery I believe they charge a fair price, really much less than they could based upon the RP reviews. I dropped off the Martinelli mailing list about 5 years ago because it was getting so expensive.

    My last order fav's are the Juvenile, the White Coat, Rattlesnake Ridge (Petite and Zin), and the Dragon. Even the Juvenile benefits from an hour in the decanter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by welshstar View Post
    You see my PM about Kosta ?
    No I didn't, but I just cleaned up the inbox a bit so I now have some space.

    I am also a fan of Turley. It is their zin that made me realize I still like zinfandel. I had given it up for years.

    k.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    No I didn't, but I just cleaned up the inbox a bit so I now have some space.

    I am also a fan of Turley. It is their zin that made me realize I still like zinfandel. I had given it up for years.

    k.
    I have a few bottles of Kosta left on my allocation adn was wondering if you wanted to dive ion and grab some 12's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill13 View Post
    I am a huge fan of them. If you love fully extracted bold red wines they will knock your socks off! Along with Hendry Winery I believe they charge a fair price, really much less than they could based upon the RP reviews. I dropped off the Martinelli mailing list about 5 years ago because it was getting so expensive.

    My last order fav's are the Juvenile, the White Coat, Rattlesnake Ridge (Petite and Zin), and the Dragon. Even the Juvenile benefits from an hour in the decanter.
    Im starting to lean you way with regards to good value big wines

    I now am on Turley, Bedrock, Carlisle and Sypher lists for these types of wines

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    Bedrock, Carlisle and Sypher are new to me. I will have to check them out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill13 View Post
    Bedrock, Carlisle and Sypher are new to me. I will have to check them out.
    You'll have to wait for Bedrock and Carlisle. They have waiting lists.

    k.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill13 View Post
    Bedrock, Carlisle and Sypher are new to me. I will have to check them out.
    Sorry, its actually Cypher, Cypher is teh new winery of Christian Teutje teh four vines guy, great big Zins and tempanillos. Bedrock and Carlisle are the probably the two prominant producers of $20-$40 wines from old zin vineyards. The lists are closed though so it might take a year or two to get on, it took me 4 years for Carlisle and 3 years for Bedrock, i know Karring is still patiently waiting for both, he is on like 1.2 million other lists though so he is doing OK

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    Quote Originally Posted by welshstar View Post
    I have a few bottles of Kosta left on my allocation adn was wondering if you wanted to dive ion and grab some 12's
    I love it how your mailbox is full too. I might be interested in the KBs.

    k.
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    Waiting list don't bother me, waited about 18 months for Turley. Signed up for Bedrock and Carlisle. Liked Carlisle's drink chart for their wines drinking windows.

    Hendry is similar to Turley, and their Primitivo is really nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    I love it how your mailbox is full too. I might be interested in the KBs.

    k.
    Ill fix it tomoorrow

    I havent renewed subscription so its being mean

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