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  • BuzzzzOff says:

    6/30/2015 5:43:00 PM - By the way, Zweder, the 2001 Bahans Haut-Brion is fantabulous!!! We had a while back and full of smiles :-)

  • BuzzzzOff says:

    6/29/2015 6:29:00 PM - Hey Zweder! We do not recognise the place in your photo, but we wish we could live and die there ;-). We agree taking a general approach to "locale"...we live everywhere :-) We like your description and share your "problem" of liking most well-made wines. You missed Portugal, South Africa, Argentina and Chile (had a 1999 Errazuriz Founder's Reserve the other day...love in a bottle). Too many regions and wines and, sadly, not enough time. We only started sipping seriously 15 years ago (not including young gulping of anything with alcohol) so cranking up the volume so to speak. Tonight, we will sip the 2000 Chateau Bahans Haut-Brion....anticipation!

  • robertdtwo says:

    5/3/2015 7:15:00 PM - Looking at your TNs & their sheer breadth it knocks me out that you found my tiny little piece of CT! I consider it a compliment, for sure, that I had something to say that brought about our mutual fandom. Cheers!

  • garethb says:

    4/29/2015 5:24:00 PM - Hi Zweder Thanks for the message. Nothing to do with your taste/notes. Just that I used to live in London and drink Euro wine but now in NZ and drink very few Euro wines...

  • danielk168 says:

    4/6/2015 6:45:00 AM - Hello ZWEDER, my taste have changed significantly over the last 2 years and now good acidity is very important for me, so I drink more white than before and liked pinot more and more. I also do not mind oak as long as it is in the background and not obvious. I do travel to France often and in may Italy. Look forward to catch you somewhere in Europe!

  • aquacongas says:

    2/13/2015 8:59:00 AM - hELLO ZWEDER, sorry for my late response. I didn't know to look to your message board. The London thing sounds promiseful. My complete vertical Clos du Mesnil Tasting looks fixed. Date will be 30th October.Richard Juhlin will join and moderate. Olivier Krug is trying to come. If you are interested, please let me know.have somenice wines. Seeing meeting you in future.Bubbly regards alper

  • Zweder says:

    1/8/2015 3:50:00 PM - Hi Alper, Still drinking Champagne regularly. Not only the top, but last week I had a DP 2000. Really nice and ready :-). How was your tasting? Sorry, I will not go to Amsterdam. Prowein probably also not this year, but that is in March and schedules can change. I will let you know in case I go to Düsseldorf. February 28th I will be at the “London Matter of Taste” tasting. A friend invited me to join him and this seems to be a special event. Hope we will be able to try a few wines together somewhere. Cheers, Zweder.

  • aquacongas says:

    1/8/2015 8:44:00 AM - Hello Zweder, what about drinking champagne? I guess you "make" big progresses. What about the Wine Professionals in Amsterdam 19th January? Will you be there? What about the Prowein? Will you be there? Would be nice to meet you and try some bottles. Hoping to see you. best regards Alper

  • Champagneinhand says:

    8/23/2014 7:15:00 PM - I see Basel, in the comments. My father was a career employee of Ciba-Geigy, but based in the USA. I also for a time was employed by Ciba-Geigy and after its merger with Sandoz and is now Novartis AG, in the pharmaceutical side of the business. My father traveled to Basel several times, and really enjoyed it there. He did pass on a 2 year rotation there because of his family commitments. Good to read your notes, and I really like the comments section. I have met many that share palates and interests in the European wines, as that is what primarily makes up my cellar. I go to a gathering annually in Charleston, SC a very long drive for me, but it is always fun and we try to drink some of the finer wines on planet earth. I have met up with fellow wine lovers in NYC, Pittsburgh, PA both in the USA as well Toronto and Ottawa, Canada. Its a great and diverse group of people all with the common passion.

  • Xavier Auerbach says:

    8/13/2012 2:03:00 PM - Is the picture of the cellars at Bucaco?

  • Ronald Glaze says:

    7/13/2012 2:54:00 PM - Hello Zweder I am new. I see you have a note on a wine I am Trying to Find. 2009 domaine de coste chaulde cotes du rhone villages L'Argentiere. Can you let me know any info on this wine. Thank you Here is my email rglaze@att.net

  • Zweder says:

    2/15/2012 6:52:00 PM - Frederik, Just to be sure you read it; I wrote a reply on your profile/home page. Cheers, Zweder.

  • Clemensen says:

    2/14/2012 8:05:00 AM - Hi We are arranging an exclusive Sauternes tasting in Basel, Switzerland. Featuring vintages from 1894-2001. If you are interested please let me know. Frederik Clemensen

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