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  • SBrick says:

    4/4/2015 12:13:00 AM - Rick, yes Ted knows how to make good pinot. My tastes have moved to white burgundy and some red burgundy of late. I find myself looking for that old world finish in the California wines I buy. So my tendency is towards Rhys, Ceritas and other similar. In burgundy I lean towards Chablis, and Corton Charlemagne with Dauvissat and Raveneau. Here and there I get some bordeaux and italians. Most of my stuff is aging though.

  • rickv2wine says:

    4/3/2015 9:46:00 PM - Good to meet you too. I enjoyed your note on my recent Littorai. Les Larmes isn't my favorite of Ted's but it's a good value. Definitely love Pinot, and I look forward to picking through some of your notes!

  • SBrick says:

    2/26/2014 7:20:00 PM - You are welcome. The Boxler gewurz was good but the tariff is high.

  • kanjimoti says:

    2/26/2014 9:36:00 AM - Liked your note on the '11 Boxler gewurztraminer and how a pairing with prosciutto would "send you off", thank you. Send us off where? Who knows and that's the whole idea! Cheers.

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