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    Dale Cooper @ Death + Company.

    Penicillin @ Milk & Honey.

    (Plus about 6 others I forgot the names of. An expensive but delicious night.)
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post
    left hand milk stout
    Oh yeah, I had one of those at Momofuku too! Forgot about that. Very nice stout.
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    Chateau Troplong-Mondot 1990
    Lynch Bages 1989
    Margaux 1986
    Leoville Barton 1989
    Pichon Longueville 1989
    Cos D’estournel 1986
    Clerc Milon 1986
    Haut Brion 1989

    2-4 oz of each at a Christmas party last night. I liked the Clerc Milon the best.

    There were at least another 10 wines I didn't try including a Ch. Palmer 1989 and a 1989 Lafit, that was gone before I arrived.

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    WOW! I never really got into those, they are just not in my price range, but I would sure like to go through a tasting of those wines.

    Stefan

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    Quote Originally Posted by apicius9 View Post
    WOW! I never really got into those, they are just not in my price range, but I would sure like to go through a tasting of those wines.
    Stefan

    Noted that Clerc Milon 1986 was preferred to Margaux 1986, assume the 1st growth Chateau Margaux?

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    Noted that an 86 of anything was preferred to a number of 89's, including a Haut Brion (ist growth) and a Chateau Lunch Box. I thought 89 was only a notch below the 59 and 82 wines as one of the most uber desirable vintages of the latter half of the 20th Century. I am not surprised that the Lafitte and the Palmer got slurped up early on. I have had Lafitte twice in my life and Haut Brion once, so you outdid me the first 20 minutes of that party.

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    BTW, was there a 86 Yquem with dessert? No, wait, don't tell me, it will only hurt not to have been there...

    Stefan

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    Trummer pils

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    Water, gotta get up early.

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    Tang. Yup, I said it. Tang.

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