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Red
2006 Domaine Charvin Châteauneuf-du-Pape Red Rhone Blend
4/21/2019 - pbaek wrote:
Exceptional. Light and cool Grenache in its purest expression. Floral with notes of thyme, lavender, rosemary, airy, dancing fruit with marks of raspberry, white pepper. Still young but very expressive right now and a pure delight to drink.
  • snipes commented:

    4/24/19, 8:03 PM - I'd agree whole heartedly with your review. My favorite Charvin vintages seem to be in "off" years.

Red
2005 Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe Châteauneuf-du-Pape La Crau Red Rhone Blend
1/17/2019 - pigdaddy wrote:
flawed
corked.
  • snipes commented:

    1/18/19, 11:51 AM - That sucks. Hope you have another.

  • snipes commented:

    1/19/19, 6:54 AM - FWIW, each time I've opened one I've kicked myself for it. I have about that many left as well and my mantra on these is they are only going to continue to get better. No sense in hoping for "well it wasn't closed".

Red
2003 Domaine Charvin Châteauneuf-du-Pape Red Rhone Blend
12/24/2014 - Vinomazing Likes this wine:
97 points
From one of first Magnums cellared with care since near release, opened at 11 years thinkin' a treat for family holiday dinner. 1st night, no decant, was ok not the best, so the 3 of us each had 1 glass. Took home for 2nd night, was now blooming in bottle, so much drank about half of a magnum solo, a complete change from night before. 3rd night seemed full on at peak, extraordinary taste, so finished bottle and really had no choice it was calling me back every sip.
  • snipes commented:

    1/14/19, 1:58 PM - I opened a bottle (750ml) over the weekend with a prime ribeye. Funk blew off after 30 minutes or so and turned into an enjoyable bottle of wine, but my particular bottle showed nowhere near yours based on your score. I'm simply not a fan of the 03 vintage. Even my reliably traditional Charvin. Glad yours showed well.

Red
2005 Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe Châteauneuf-du-Pape La Crau Red Rhone Blend
12/18/2018 - PJL100 wrote:
94 points
from magnum
shy, then blossomed, dust, musk, red fruits, not great complexity but poised elegant palate with length, nice tannin finish
  • snipes commented:

    12/19/18, 3:08 PM - How much of the lack of complexity would you attribute to the wine not being in its prime drinking window yet, especially from Mag? Each time I've opened one over the years I've kicked myself for doing so. It's been several years since I last opened one and I feel I'm close to making the same mistake.

Red
2007 Miner Family Pinot Noir Rosella's Vineyard Santa Lucia Highlands
11/17/2018 - Colpete Does not like this wine:
60 points
Well past its prime. Whoever said this will last to 2020 is consuming a different California agricultural product.
  • snipes commented:

    11/18/18, 12:58 PM - Are you giving it 60 points, because it is past its prime? I'm confused.

Red
1982 Sterling Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve Napa Valley
3/15/2018 - europat55 wrote:
89 points
Still in pretty good shape, despite the corroded capsule and soaked cork! (bought at auction recently)
  • snipes commented:

    5/16/18, 2:22 PM - I think we purchased bottles from the same lot. Glad to hear it showed relatively well. I picked up a pair.

Red
2004 Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe Châteauneuf-du-Pape La Crau Red Rhone Blend
3/9/2018 - JM_MadTown wrote:
90 points
This is a nice, mature V.T. It has some cherry fruit, garrique, and a medium finish. Nice, but not outstanding.
  • snipes commented:

    3/11/18, 5:08 AM - I'm curious what score equals Outstanding in your book if 90 does not?

    Thank you

  • snipes commented:

    3/11/18, 1:10 PM - :) The kiss of death.

Red
2006 Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe Châteauneuf-du-Pape La Crau Red Rhone Blend
Lovely beautiful bright red fruited wine. No heat at 14.5%. Maybe it’s a vintage issue but I don’t get overwhelming cdp notes. Little to no barnyard, teeny bit funk. So surprised by the freshness and brightness of the fruit. Honestly never would’ve guesse this was old world cdp.
  • snipes commented:

    2/13/18, 5:17 PM - I've found the traits you mention to be someone common with the 06s. Personally I love the restrained floral attributes of the vintage. Give an 06 Charvin a try if you have the opportunity.

Red
2005 La Rioja Alta Rioja Gran Reserva 904 Tempranillo Blend, Tempranillo
12/2/2017 - SnowMeadow Likes this wine:
92 points
So much of the journey lies ahead here. The oak could stand additional integration and the acid will keep this trucking for years. That said? Awfully tasty right now with a fair bit of air. Just classic Rioja, right down the line. Lovely.
  • snipes commented:

    12/4/17, 6:13 AM - Agree with everything you wrote. Unfortunately I've already consumed my case.

Red
2001 Casanova di Neri Brunello di Montalcino Tenuta Nuova Sangiovese
10/29/2017 - fbrandes wrote:
flawed
Flawed
  • snipes commented:

    10/30/17, 4:31 AM - why would you score a flawed wine?

Red
2006 Domaine Charvin Châteauneuf-du-Pape Red Rhone Blend
9/22/2017 - john_s Likes this wine:
88 points
Half bottle. Good condition, good balance. I didn't like the flavour of it much though. I had anticipated that it would look good alongside a 2007 Vieux Telegraphe but it didn't. Maybe it's the cepage. Charvin and Senechaux (of some vintages) just don't appeal to me.

*edit: I just added the rider in brackets because I had overstated.
  • snipes commented:

    9/22/17, 3:14 PM - Interesting. Have you had the 06 VT? If so what did you think of it? I would think the 07 VT would be a much more fruit forward wine compared to the 06 Charvin.

  • snipes commented:

    9/24/17, 8:31 AM - Thanks for the reply and yes I too view Charvin and VT in the same vein which is why I asked. I've been a long time VT fan and "discovered" Charvin with the 06 bottling. I'm still very much a fan of this particular vintage of Charvin even after having several different bottles. If you have another I'd say don't give up on it, it's a real under the radar example of traditional even handed CdP IMO.

Red
2000 Arcadian Syrah Robert O. Fleming Cuvée Garys' Vineyard Santa Lucia Highlands
8/8/2017 - decaturwinedude wrote:
92 points
Big Arcadian Tasting in ATL (1997-2008) (Antico Posta): My favorite of the three Syrahs. For drinking now. Terrific Northern Rhone-ish nose that is peppery and meaty. Smells great. The palate is marked with secondary fruit and a iron and saline finish. In the groove.
  • snipes commented:

    8/8/17, 11:15 AM - Wow, was the tasting put on by the Arcadian folks or was this something locals put together?

White - Sparkling
2010 Remy Massin Champagne "Special Club" Brut Millésime Champagne Blend
8/1/2017 - ovenmitt wrote:
89 points
Austere and a bit awkward.... but made well. Thinking this bottle was opened too early from delivery.
  • snipes commented:

    8/2/17, 5:50 PM - Thanks for taking one for the team.

White
2014 Kutch Chardonnay Santa Cruz Mountains
5/12/2017 - DoubleD1969 wrote:
94 points
Upon opening, you get the typical butterscotch, vanilla nose that comes from Chardonnay, but it wasn't over the top. Palate bursts with tropical fruit and a layer of salinity that transports you to a beach in the South Pacific with a fresh cut pineapple. Delicious. Thanks Dave!
  • snipes commented:

    5/15/17, 4:20 AM - DoubleD!!

Red - Fortified
1970 Taylor (Fladgate) Porto Vintage Port Blend
4/14/2017 - John Danza Likes this wine:
87 points
Decanted 7 hours before service. Purchased recently. Oddly, this wine was disappointing, yet successful this evening.

The disappointing part was the wine itself. The color was light brick red, far to light for this producer and this vintage. Clearly it had not been stored properly. It still had a lot of alcohol heat, which did not die down while in the glass. I expected a whole lot more. On the palate, the wine showed 55% cacao dark chocolate and Luxardo cherries, which turned out to be its savior (see below).

The successful part was the pairing with the food. The dessert course was a warm chocolate soufflé with a dark cherry sauce. The Taylor in its current condition paired marvelously with the dessert. The lighter dark chocolate worked well with the chocolate level in the soufflé, and the Luxardo cherry in the wine was perfect with the cherry sauce put inside the soufflé. This is a perfect example of why I look at wines in the context of the food, not just in and of themselves.
  • snipes commented:

    4/15/17, 12:20 PM - I drank up the last of mine a few years back, but I am curious why you would assign a score to a wine that you clearly feel was heat damaged?

Red
2004 Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe Châteauneuf-du-Pape La Crau Red Rhone Blend
3/19/2017 - AllRed wrote:
93 points
Second Sunday Group: Montalcino (Leon's): Popped and poured. This particular bottle was ready to go from the start. Red berry fruit along with herbs, lavender, roasted meat and peppery spice aromas follow through on the palate. Soft tannins with plenty of fruit and spice carrying through the finish. paired perfectly with braised short ribs. Just beginning to enter a lengthy window of prime drinking, now through 2024+.
  • snipes commented:

    3/24/17, 11:22 AM - Love the 04 VT. She's been an elegant lady from day 1.

Red
1995 Château Margaux Red Bordeaux Blend
12/18/2016 - djhammond Likes this wine:
95 points
An old fashioned Bordeaux with 12.5% alcohol and big tannin. Beautifully coloured, the wine has a somewhat reluctant nose but is beautifully perfumed with cassis, blueberry and cedar with deep flavours of blackcurrent and liqourice on the palate. The flavours are intensely deep but with rigid tobacco like tannin giving an abrasive edge to the wine. The finish is unbelievably long and intense. However, it is marred by a residual sourness at this stage. The wine just kept developing complexity as it sat in the glass and although very enjoyable at present, it is in rapid evolvement and has the potential to develop into a maximum scoring wine in the not too distant future.
  • snipes commented:

    12/19/16, 8:11 AM - Your notes are in line with my thoughts on a bottle I opened last month. It wasn't clear to me if your score of 96 is based on current showing or where you think it will end up? The reason I ask is your review doesn't read like a wine drinking into the Classic category.
    Mine was a bit of a let down and felt I opened it about 5 years too early.

White
2014 Kutch Chardonnay Santa Cruz Mountains
10/28/2016 - thelostverse wrote:
93 points
I think the ink was still dry on the label. Delivered in the morning, into the ice bucket as soon as I got home. After a few hours, pop and pour. Beautiful golden color. Citrus nose of lemon, lime and some apple. Similar palate with no noticeable oak. A beautiful SCM Chard.
  • snipes commented:

    11/1/16, 12:45 PM - I did the same. Showed up on Friday, brought one over to a fellow forumite's house Saturday evening. I plan to hold off until summer before checking on the second bottle.

Red
2013 Maybach Family Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon Materium Oakville
2/28/2016 - redno5 wrote:
100 points
Easily best domestic wine I've ever had. Velvety and polished.
  • snipes commented:

    6/22/16, 3:58 PM - Do you still stand by this statement after your 2013 RBS TN?

Red
2013 Schrader Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon RBS Beckstoffer To-Kalon Vineyard Oakville
6/17/2016 - Kimchee Likes this wine:
100 points
Flawless. One of the best 2013's if not the best. Hold for another 5 or 7 years.
  • snipes commented:

    6/17/16, 9:43 AM - I'm curious why you felt the need to create a new account so you can add a 100pt score as your first and only post.

Red
2001 Domaine Pierre Usseglio & Fils Châteauneuf-du-Pape Cuvée de mon Aïeul Grenache
12/9/2015 - affordableCollector wrote:
89 points
dark red, purple rim, in the color. plum, raspberry, dried earth, on the nose. plum, chocolate, licorice, on the palate. our bottle, the wine showed signs that it doesn't have much longer. medium complexity, on the finish.
  • snipes commented:

    12/13/15, 1:16 PM - Thanks for the note, though I wish I had more of this to test your theory on it getting long in the tooth. One of my first aha! CdPs.

Red
2005 Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe Châteauneuf-du-Pape La Crau Red Rhone Blend
11/16/2015 - Troon wrote:
Not rated. This wine was a complete disappointment. I hope there was something wrong with it. The wine just never opened up over the course of the night. It was easily overdone by CdP bottles in the tasting at half the price.
  • snipes commented:

    11/17/15, 5:42 AM - Is it possible the wine is still shut down tight?

White
2012 Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe Châteauneuf-du-Pape Blanc La Crau White Rhone Blend
10/30/2015 - Kirk Grant wrote:
From a 375ml: This is in a lovely place where it's showing the vibrancy of youth, yet with some depth and complexity that often shows in time. Tropical notes on the nose & palate with an almost gulp-able quality as vibrant fruit notes lingering the palate. Excellent with clams & coleslaw.
  • snipes commented:

    10/31/15, 12:00 PM - Thanks for the notes. I had to chuckle at your previous note from 3 months ago saying "needs time in bottle" wait a couple years. :) Were the formats different? I saw the second note was 375. I have a couple Mags and haven't tried it yet.

  • snipes commented:

    10/31/15, 6:43 PM - Thanks for the follow up. I look forward to your mag notes. We'll see if I can hold out that long.

Red
2000 Château Cos d'Estournel St. Estèphe Red Bordeaux Blend
10/2/2015 - Dough Boy Likes this wine:
96 points
Ok ok. I committed infanticide in opening this wine! But, even at this early stage, the 2000 Cos shows well. Give it time after opening, and you will be rewarded; howver, if it's your only bottle, I'd wait. It is a bit on the soft side at the moment. A higher score will come in the future, I'm sure.
  • snipes commented:

    10/2/15, 6:42 PM - Infanticide at 15 years old? Thanks for the note though.

Red
2000 Arcadian Syrah Robert O. Fleming Cuvée Garys' Vineyard Santa Lucia Highlands
From recent library release… cork broke and crumbled when opening. Wine was flat and pretty dead. Hope other bottles are better but will have to see.
  • snipes commented:

    1/1/15, 5:48 PM - I hope you contact them as you surely received an off bottle.

Red
2006 Domaine Pierre Usseglio & Fils Châteauneuf-du-Pape Red Rhone Blend
11/17/2014 - dbp wrote:
86 points
Day 1: Pop and poured, in glass for 2 hours. Aromas are light in depth, but on the darker side of the spectrum, offering some mentholated herbs, and dark plum skins. There's a noticeable bit of heat here, too. Palate enters with very soft, inviting texture, but quickly things get rather spicy and alcoholic, with flavors on the darker side. The initial attack on the finish is out of balance alcohol, lots of spiced red fruit and also those plum skins. I'm not sure what to do with my remaining bottles... this is most definitely not my style of wine. I appreciate the lovely texture, but the alcohol is completely out of balance with the other elements, as it doesn't really offer very much flavor. 83 Points.

Day 2: This is a different wine on day two so I might as well write a whole new note. The aromas are spicy, with nice pure plum notes. None of the menthol, hot, steamy plum of yesterday... it's actually quite pleasant today. Some stems, plum skins, and rich aroma. Soft palate entry. Soft fruit, some mild tannin and acid present and some puckering notes. A little bit of alcohol is still present on the finish with plum skins and some nice tannin/acid balance. Still a little steaminess lingering, but way softer and integrated today. Final score is for day two.
  • snipes commented:

    11/19/14, 4:00 PM - So is it safe to say that you drank it way too young or do you not see it improving and ultimately a waste of $?

Red
2001 Casanova di Neri Brunello di Montalcino Tenuta Nuova Sangiovese
8/7/2014 - geneswine wrote:
flawed
This bottle shows signs of being cooked. It was kept at cellar temps since release but never the less it is so. The cork showed a little leakage. If scored I would give it an 86.
  • snipes commented:

    8/8/14, 6:22 AM - Genesewine - I appreciate your comment on the wine, but I'm curious why you would score a wine that you obviously think is flawed?

Red
2008 Paloma Merlot Spring Mountain District
6/16/2014 - millerarner wrote:
90 points
Utterly shocked at how different this was from 2 other bottles we've had (in late '12 & mid '13). Same vintage, same supplier, but this time it was thinner bodied, lighter colored, more transparent & more acidic, by significant amounts, than the others. Certainly more changes than another year of age should have caused. Not flawed either. Whereas the first two were deep, rich & concentrated (think Robert Foley, but better), this time I'd swear I was drinking a hybrid style Rioja if I hadn't poured it myself. All in all it was still decent, just not the complex hedonistic pleasure bomb its siblings were.
  • snipes commented:

    6/17/14, 5:09 AM - Millerarner - I appreciate your notes, but how can you say it was "decent" yet give it an Outstanding score? Your notes don't seem to be in line with your score simply based on what you wrote. It sounds like you were disappointed and didn't think it tasted like american merlot?

White - Off-dry
2005 Joh. Jos. Prüm Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Auslese Mosel Saar Ruwer
11/23/2013 - snipes Likes this wine:
96 points
An absolutely beautiful bottle of wine. Decanted about 30 minutes prior to dinner. No petrol notes tonight, lovely white fruit, slate on the nose, honeysuckle. It took a good 10 minutes before I could pry my nose out of the glass to give it a taste. Lively and balanced still showing plenty of youth, but additional complexity is showing through. I was thoroughly impressed with how this wine showed tonight. My last bottle 1+ years ago was in an odd place and came across very flat. Not so tonight. I couldn't have asked for more.
  • snipes commented:

    11/26/13, 4:42 AM - W-S: I appreciate your comment. If it helps, I prefer my Riesling on the young side. I purchased a case on release and went through a handful within the first year or two. I rarely assign scores to wine any more and when I do very, very rarely is it higher than a 93 or so if that gives you an idea of what I thought of this particular bottle. I did enjoy it on my b-day so that should be factored in. There is still plenty of sweetness so it didn't pair as well with my etouffee as I'd hoped, but that was just fine with me. This bottle has years in front of it w/o breaking a sweat. If you prefer yours with more secondary characteristics you should be in no hurry. This one had shed some of its baby fat. More cloying as it warmed up, but nothing a bit of chill couldn't solve. Hope this helps in your decision process.

Red
2000 Château Cos d'Estournel St. Estèphe Red Bordeaux Blend
7/21/2011 - xcblazer10 wrote:
100 points
Balanced, vibrant and earthy. Incredible nose, long finish. Well integrated tannins. I loved it.
  • snipes commented:

    7/21/11, 12:26 PM - I noticed you also said "I loved it" on your other 100 pointer. Can you clarify what 100 pts means to you?

    Thanks

White - Sweet/Dessert
1971 Château Climens Barsac Sémillon
5/17/2011 - Jeff Leve wrote:
97 points
Honey, butterscotch, pineapple, apricot, marzipan and nectarine aromas grab your attention. Layers of sweet, honey drenched tropical fruit, the right amount of acidity to give it lift and a long, finish are the hallmarks of this wine. At 40, this delicious Sauternes is still young. It has at least another 20-30 more years of positive evolution in its future. Along with the sublime 2001, this is the best Climens I've ever tasted. It's much better than Chateau d'Yquem in 1971.
  • snipes commented:

    5/17/11, 2:23 PM - Thanks for the note. I have one lined up for consumption in two weeks.

Red
2005 Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe Châteauneuf-du-Pape La Crau Red Rhone Blend
4/7/2011 - g-man wrote:
89 points
Still too youn g to really enjoy but shows promise for the future.
  • snipes commented:

    4/8/11, 6:41 AM - Glad to hear a voice of reason. I keep reading these glowing notes on top shelf 05s and while not tempted, I do keep scratching my head wondering how these can be open and enjoyable at this point.

Red
2005 Miner Family Pinot Noir "777" Rosella's Vineyard Santa Lucia Highlands
3/15/2011 - Colima74 wrote:
88 points
This showed more age in color than the Rosella's. It also had somewhat of a pruney quality to it. Given my good experience with two previous bottles, I'm guessing this may have suffered some heat damage at some point in its life (I bought it from WineBid). Not bad, just not of the quality I expect either from the producer or from the vineyard. With an awesome zucchini and cheese lasagna.
  • snipes commented:

    3/17/11, 5:28 PM - Sorry to hear about the poor showing, this is one of my all time favorite Miner PN bottlings.

Red
1989 Château Cos d'Estournel St. Estèphe Red Bordeaux Blend
3/11/2011 - ctwomey wrote:
Wine-Pages Dublin Offline (Ely CHQ, Dublin, Ireland): I have had the '88 Cos before about 10 years ago and it was super. I was really looking forward to this, however I had three other flights before this one, (1 Champagne flight, 1 White and 1 Red Burgundy Flight). I struggled a little to differentiate between the '88 Haut Brion and this.
  • snipes commented:

    3/14/11, 2:09 AM - You mention '88 Cos and '88 HB, but nothing about the 89. Did you post a note on the right vintage?

Red
2005 Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe Châteauneuf-du-Pape La Crau Red Rhone Blend
2/22/2011 - dannyk8232 wrote:
89 points
Eh. Pretty boring, and not a great value
  • snipes commented:

    2/23/11, 11:24 AM - Do you think that this wine is more than likely shut down hard may have factored into your opinion?

Red
1995 Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe Châteauneuf-du-Pape La Crau Red Rhone Blend
11/24/2010 - cosmin_grozea wrote:
93 points
The wine had plenty of sediment so I left the bottle on a vertical position for about 12 h before opening it and then decanted for about 1h.The wine has a deep dark red color. The nose explodes with dominant smoked cherry completed by earth, forest floor, leather, cedar and elements of truffles. Very old school and complex nose. In the mouth this medium plus body wine is very youthful and vibrant with plenty of years to go. It’s got firm tannins, it shows power and elegance, has a nice minerality, with a beautiful balance in the mouth, lots of glycerin and tastes like smoked sweet cherry and earth. With aeration the wine gains in body and coats the mid-palate better. There is a tasty bitter-sweet finish with leather, cedar and cherry in the medium plus aftertaste. Perfect integration of the 14% alcohol. Great wine
  • snipes commented:

    1/6/11, 11:19 AM - Nice note. I love this wine. Sadly I finished my last two a few months ago. What did you pair it with?

Red
2000 Château Cos d'Estournel St. Estèphe Red Bordeaux Blend
1/5/2011 - St Paul wrote:
92 points
I was expecting more from this wine. It is still very young so it might open up more but the fruit is not great and it has a bitter aftertaste which I did not like. Not convinced
  • snipes commented:

    1/5/11, 4:32 AM - I'm curious why you would give this a clearly outstanding score if you are not convinced, the fruit is not great and has a bitter aftertaste?

Red
2000 Château Cos d'Estournel St. Estèphe Red Bordeaux Blend
9/3/2010 - Zinlady wrote:
87 points
The wine was served blind and compare to a 1997 Joseph Phelps Insignia. It was dark but had no nose or finish. It seemed flat, there were no layers of flavors.
  • snipes commented:

    9/4/10, 7:10 PM - thanks for the note, but the score seems curious. Did you also score it blind? Your notes don't sound like an 87 point wine to me.

Red
1998 Miner Family Cabernet Sauvignon Oakville
8/28/2010 - Colima74 wrote:
93 points
Drunk over a couple of days, on day one I thought it was a little disjointed and out of sorts. On day 2, it had come together beautifully with plenty of red fruit, good acidity and balanced tannins. Drinking perfectly right now, I don't know whether to drink my last two bottles or hold on to one for a few more years. Terrific stuff.
  • snipes commented:

    8/30/10, 1:12 PM - Glad to hear yours are still showing well. My last note was from early 08. It was drinking nicely then, close to your notes, but didn't appear to have the stuffing to go much longer.

Red
2002 Miner Family The Oracle Napa Valley Red Bordeaux Blend
5/14/2010 - sesalmon wrote:
89 points
We brought this to a new neighborhood Lebanese restaurant that does not have a liquor license yet, consequently they asked us to drink the wine out of coffee cups. I think it added to the charm of a lovely evening. The wine could have benefited from decanting, and started out kind of 'dusty' and funky. A surprising amount of tannins still left with fading fruit that balanced out over the evening. Not one of my favorite wines, but then my wife loved it.
  • snipes commented:

    5/18/10, 5:53 AM - So are you scoring the wine based on drinking it out of a coffee cup and needing decanting? An 89 is one point from Outstanding.

Red
2005 Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe Châteauneuf-du-Pape La Crau Red Rhone Blend
3/13/2010 - g-man wrote:
89 points
Out of 375ml. Still too young. Has not had enought time to integrate the alchohol and tanin but does show very good structure to keep it from falling apart in the future. Even on day 2 the fruit is just beginning to emerge. At this rate it will be another ten years before I open a750ml.
  • snipes commented:

    3/14/10, 6:05 AM - Thanks for the note G. It sounds like these things haven't budged in the two years since I tried mine.

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