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    Started with a Zaca Mesa chard but it was corked, and moved on to a Rideau viognier.

    k.
    "There's only one thing I hate more than lying…skim milk, which is water that's lying about being milk." -- Ron Swanson

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    Started with a Zaca Mesa chard but it was corked, and moved on to a Rideau viognier.

    k.
    nice, mate!

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    Oohh, I heard good things about the 1978...

    Working on the riesling, finally. Very nice, full-bodied (that's why they call it a Grand Cru, I guess...), nice balance and not too acidic. Seems to have mellowed out and settled a bit already. Nice drinking age for that one. Oh, it's a Meyer-Fonne Wineck Schlossberg 2008.

    Stefan

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    Strongbow Cider to Brooklyn Lager. Walk-in party of 55 tonight. We seat 75 and were already on a wait. Best tasting drinks I've had in a while.

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    Crios Torrontes. Had it with Shrimp Tacos.


    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    Started with a Zaca Mesa chard but it was corked
    Being a wine-novice, I have been concerned that I won't know what "corked" is, and just assume I hate the wine. Then I went to visit my buddy who used to be a wine salesman and he broke out a 2006 Pepperbridge Merlot, and it was corked. I could not believe how bad it was.

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    Also I had a Bully! Porter that I was supposed to comment on here.

    For those of you who like Porters and want some extra hops without having to choke down an IPA, as Huey Lewis would say, this is it!

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    Glenfiddich 21.

    Mmmmmm.

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    Arrogant Bastard Ale...apparently I am not worthy.
    Jason

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    a change of pace tonight: Saison DuPont...vaugely lambic-y (gueuze, not the fruit varieties).
    Remember: You're a unique individual...just like everybody else.

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