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White - Sparkling
2008 Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin Champagne Brut Vintage Champagne Blend
6/13/2016 - thewiz Likes this wine:
90 points
(Disgorged in fall of 2015) Light yellow colour with a stream of fine bubbles that explodes in the nose with an expression of baked bread, lemon, minerals and apple fruit. The palate is very youthful with fresh fruityness and with a distinct lemon peel acidity in the long finish. This is a very sharp and acidic cuvée from Clicquot that will keep in the cellar for decades! Best 2023-2038.
  • thewiz commented:

    5/8/19, 2:08 PM - Yes, indeed! I think this will be opening up magnificently in the next five years or so.. but would keep evolving for decades! :-)

Red
2015 Parés Baltà Penedès Mas Petit P Red Blend
2/9/2019 - thewiz Does not like this wine:
88 points
Smooth on the palate, but at the same time showing nice structure and lots of red fruit. Nice balance on the finish but a bit to much extracted fruit for my palate.
🍷Best 2018-2025
  • thewiz commented:

    4/16/19, 10:34 PM - It had too much extracted fruit for my taste, but it’s still good balance. Just not for me.

White - Sparkling
2008 R. & L. Legras Champagne Grand Cru Saint-Vincent Chardonnay
7/29/2018 - 1W2T Likes this wine:
87 points
Helt ok om än lite ”tunn”... hade nog för höga förväntningar på denna cuve eftersom den är med i ”100 champagner du bör pröva innan du dör”... dock en annan årgång men 08 ska ju vara en 5* årgång... ska bli intressant att se vad som händer framöver med denna... måste nog köpa ett gäng till trots besvikelsen nu... hoppas på att den dracks på tok för tidigt!!
  • thewiz commented:

    8/15/18, 1:50 PM - Såg din kommentar på IG precis (@ettfotose) och var inne för att se hur jag hade skrivit om den här årgången av St Vincent! :-)

    Jag tror att den kommer öppna upp sig och kroppen kommer nog bli lite kraftigare med tiden. Men frågan är hur långt det räcker...

  • thewiz commented:

    8/17/18, 3:48 AM - Tack för de trevliga orden 1W2T, det är roligt att höra!
    Med tanke på priset för St Vincent 2008 i Sverige är uppe i över 800 kr per flaska så finns det nog en hel del annat att välja på som därtill har ett lägre pris...

White - Sparkling
N.V. Pol Roger Champagne Brut Réserve Champagne Blend
7/17/2018 - thewiz Likes this wine:
92 points
(Disgorged in the mid-1990s and around 25 years old, 1/3 each of Pinot Noir, Meunière and Chardonnay, dosage around 9-10 gr/l)
It has the golden yellow colour that give sign for something special, at least if it’s been well-kept as is the case for this particular bottle. Still showing a small whispering when removing the cork that reveals the pressure inside. This bottle from the mid-1990s has not been stored perfectly, but good enough for it to reveal its magical notes starting with the mature nose showing plums, honey and dark mint chocolate all wrapped by the loveliest of home made apple sauce. The first sip is always the most exciting, the first feeling of those soft and gentle bubbles on the tongue combined with the intense mature fruitiness on the palate is such a lovely combination. When opening up it shows a lovely dried apricot citrus acidity that transforms into a very nice and long bittersweet feeling on the sides of the mouth. Just when the first sip is over it’s time to take a large indulging sip and just let all the flavors explode in the mouth. I cannot think of anything better than a well evolved bottle of champagne. This is life... (Best with 5-15 years of extra cellaring)
  • thewiz commented:

    8/17/18, 3:45 AM - Indeed, I can only agree with you. Most people don't know how well even a NV bottle of champagne evolves with extended cellaring.. but still, the outcome of cellaring a bottle for an extra decade (or longer) will change the taste palate. For me this is a positive change, but that is not necessary the case for everyone.

White - Sparkling
N.V. Charles Heidsieck Champagne Brut Réserve Champagne Blend
10/11/2017 - thewiz Likes this wine:
89 points
(Disgorged in March of 2017, base year 2010)
Light yellow colour with a very fresh and youthful nose showing flowers, minerals and freshly baked bread. Broader on the palate with a taste of red apples and biscuits and a distinct acidic finish showing lovely notes of red grapefruit bitterness.
This cuvée is a good showing with a bit broader and more available palate compared to the 2008 based cuvée I’ve had so many times in the last couple of years. It took quite a while to open up and should really benefit from a few years of extra cellar time. Best 2018-2028.
  • thewiz commented:

    7/24/18, 7:49 AM - Thank's! I couldn't agree more on that most NV champagne gain by being kept in the cellar for a couple of years extra.

    I wouldn't say that "all" or "most" vintage champagne is better to gain from extra cellar time compared to other quality NV bottles. There are some vintage champagnes that has even less acidity and "backbone" to handle cellaring than standard NV bottles does.

    But most of the time a vintage champagne is made when the quality of the grapes are better than normal, therefor they are better to withstand extra cellar time (compared to the same producers 'standard NV'). But if that means 5-10-20 years of cellar time is dependant of the producer and the quality of the grapes from that partical year. The same goes for NV made in 'better' years (with more acidity) are likely to withstand longer cellar time better as well.

    But up until the last decade or so, almost no producer informed about the base year of the NV champagnes, and didn't say how much of reserve wines where included. So it's not until now that it's starting to be more and more easily accessible when a specific bottle was disgorged and what base year it is.

    Greetings!
    (If you have Instagram you could follow my "thoughts" and latest tests of champagne on my IG account "ettfotose".)

White - Sparkling
1996 R. & L. Legras Champagne Grand Cru Saint-Vincent Chardonnay
12/31/2017 - thewiz Likes this wine:
94 points
(Disgorged in December 2005, 100% Chardonnay)
Golden yellow colour with a stream of very fine bubbles and with a maturing nose showing cream, dark chocolate, fresh baked bread and minerals. Fresh and creamy palate with a delicious lime acidity that dominates over the yellow apples and plums fruit, and with a very nice and long lemon bitterness on the finish that keeps it all together.
This was drinking wonderfully as always and is consistently one of the best cuvées of the 1996 vintage in my book! Best 2016-2036.
  • thewiz commented:

    2/19/18, 11:32 AM - Hi, had discussion with the importer and producer at the time of buying the bottle back in 2006.

  • thewiz commented:

    5/24/18, 12:52 PM - Hi @marcolino, as I wrote earlier I've been having these bottles since original release and at the time of purchase I was in contact with the producer through the importer and got to know the information.
    (Maybe information on when the cork was made (numbers on cork) could be used as guidance, but not sure.)

White - Sparkling
1995 Charles Heidsieck Champagne Blanc des Millénaires Chardonnay
8/28/2017 - thewiz Likes this wine:
94 points
(Disgorged in August 2011, 100% Chardonnay)
Still very light yellow colour with an indulging and lovely nose showing gunpowder, seashells and nuts that makes you happy. Wonderful palate with a combination of youthfulness and incipient maturity that feels very intriguing. This is still very fresh and driven by the minerality of the vintage. Especially the long lasting and fresh lime acidic finish is very nice. Compared with last year it felt more mature and with a longer lasting palate. Very good right now, and ready to drink. But will keep for decades longer if necessary...
  • thewiz commented:

    2/19/18, 11:30 AM - Hi Carlo,

    No this was still with the newer design (see through plastic). I have a couple of bottles bought in 2014 with the old white label, but I haven't written down any disgorgement date on these yet. Will have to wait to see when I get around opening one of these... maybe in a decade or so! ;-)

White - Sparkling
1976 J. de Telmont Champagne Heritage Pinot Meunier
10/28/2017 - Torchy wrote:
87 points
Vin I Nord Fine Wine Fall BYO; 10/28/2017-10/29/2017 (Tord Marius): Golden yellow to amber with a mature and welcoming look. Nose with ripe fruit tones and ox. Poor palate with dead fruit, no effervecense and a bad finish. The wine is over the top or oxidised.
  • thewiz commented:

    11/3/17, 5:52 AM - Do you know if it was a recent disgorgement or an older one? They've been releasing these for several years now and with this long time on the lees I wouldn't recommend keeping them too long after disgorgement.

White - Sparkling
N.V. Charles Heidsieck Champagne Brut Réserve Champagne Blend
10/13/2017 - thunberg wrote:
90 points
Great lively mousse, full bodied, small hints of yeast, citrus dominates, grape, yellow apples, a bit harsh. Would guess an older NV but this was based on 2011 and disgorged april 2017. Will continue to evolve with some cellar time. A beautiful vine.
  • thewiz commented:

    10/14/17, 3:48 PM - Hi, when it sais ’laid in chalk cellars’ in 2011, it means that’s when it was bottled. The base year of the cuvée is from the year prior (2010 in that case).

Rosé - Sparkling
N.V. Laurent-Perrier Champagne Cuvée Rosé Brut Champagne Blend
7/8/2017 - VlgJeff wrote:
90 points
PnP. Much better than our last bottle on 12/18/16, but still showing bottle age. The color was a golden/red, and the red fruit aromas were somewhat muted. These red fruits of cherry and raspberry carried over to the palate, with a touch of yeast. The mousse was fine and lively, and the acidity was spot on. One of our favorite champagnes, and our absolute favorite rose (because it is 100% pinot via saignee), but showing some age tonight. Last of three bottles purchased at auction. Would love to know how to determine the disgorgement dates of these champagnes.
  • thewiz commented:

    7/10/17, 2:38 PM - Depending on the producer the information could come out of three different places on the bottle.
    Sometimes the cork holds four digits indicating year and month or quarter of year it was being corked (hence the disgorgement time). Or there could be a printed 'code' on the neck label or back label where you could interpret the date of disgorgement, the information could also be etched (very thin) onto the glass holding a 'code' that normally includes the date of disgorgement.

    If you can find any of that and write it here I could try and help. If no code is to be found, then looking at the cork and its profile would be the last way to make a qualified guess...

White - Sparkling
N.V. Pol Roger Champagne Brut Réserve Champagne Blend
6/2/2017 - thewiz Likes this wine:
94 points
(Disgorged in the 1970s, and then some 40 years in a perfectly cold cellar)
Opening a really old mature champagne is always risky business... sometimes uttered disappointment, but not this time. This bottle must have been stored perfectly, and when removing the cork it revealed lots of pressure. The magic could begin! Pouring the glass revealed a golden yellow colour with a steady stream of very fine bubbles that lead way for a maturing nose showing a multitude of layers. Vanilla fudge, butter and cream where all at the top at first, and with some glass time it showed deeper notes of mature apples, oak and lilac flowers in a lovely and vibrant style.

The best thing, and what I really love, about really mature and fresh champagne was added up when taking the first sip, an explosion on the nose, an intense mature acidity mixed with lovely fruitiness and honey sweetness at the same time. And when in such great shape as this one a lovely and distinct grapefruit peel finish that lasts forever.

And then, after several hours, when pouring the last glasses from the bottle it suddenly started to feel very youthful again. All the mature notes on the nose had shifted into minerals, flint and citrus. Just amazing. This is by far the best NV Pol Roger I have ever explored. So vibrant and alive with fresh acidity at the same time as more mature notes kept revealing themselves in multiple layers. Wonderful!
  • thewiz commented:

    6/21/17, 6:47 AM - Thanks for the very kind words wilypod & RolfT!

White - Sparkling
1976 J. de Telmont Champagne Heritage Pinot Meunier
5/19/2017 - Foch Likes this wine:
88 points
100% PM. Stark mörk doft (av gammalt? Rännsten?). Mycket livlig mousse. Tung kort smak. Intressant men ändå en besvikelse: Ingen honungslen sötma som man kan förvänta sig av en så gammal årgång. Är det så Blanc de Noir utvecklas?
  • thewiz commented:

    5/29/17, 12:25 AM - Kanske inte hur en BdN normalt utvecklas.. men mer hur en 100% Pinot Meunier utvecklas. Dock så kan det vara flaskvariation, min flaska hade en härlig honungssötma i doft och smak som så ofta i äldre champagner!

White - Sparkling
2008 Veuve A. Devaux Champagne D de Devaux Millésimé Champagne Blend
8/28/2016 - Rixon Likes this wine:
90 points
Jag ser att en annan tyckare här på CT har exakt samma intryck, även om jag ger en betydligt bättre poäng. Liksom andra 2008 är den stum och nästan död inledningsvis, även om doften lovar annat. Vinet har en hög och fin syra, utvecklar efter tid i glaset en nötighet, spikraka toner av citron blandat med tropisk frukt. Vinets brist är den korta och lite trista avslutningen - betyget hade annars varit ännu högre.
  • thewiz commented:

    8/28/16, 2:09 PM - Jag kanske var lite 'hård' mot vinet, men fann just den flaskan den dagen väl instängt och med ett kort och onyanserat avslut vilket i slutändan gjorde att betyget sjönk ytterligare. Kanske kan den utvecklas med extra lagring och blomma ut längre fram, men jag är inte övertygad om det ännu. Men har några flaskor till så att jag kam prova den igen om några år.

Red
2009 Massolino Barolo Nebbiolo
8/14/2016 - thewiz Likes this wine:
89 points
Typical light red colour with a brick red hue. Nose is very closed down in the beginning and dominated by the sweet alcohol fruit (14%), but after a long time it opened up showing a mixture of red fruit, leather, hip roses and licorice. Palate is smooth with lots of fruit and with a lasting finish, but tannins can certainly evolve further. It took three hours to open up with its lovely fruit, but after that it felt really good. Also showing potential for further cellaring for sure. Best 2019-2034.
  • thewiz commented:

    8/15/16, 7:06 AM - Current state, I think it could go up a couple of points with some extra cellar time (not structure wise, but for more mature levels on the nose and palate).

White - Sparkling
2006 Louis Roederer Champagne Brut Nature Cuvée Starck Champagne Blend
(Disgorged in December 2014) Lovely yellow colour with a reductive nose filled with mature apples and a hint of plums mixed with lovely minerals in a fresh youthful style. Very smooth on the palate showing some oxidative notes of mature apples and some oak and with an acidic mineral lime peel finish. A bit weak on the finish, but will improve with some more cellaring. Best 2016-2026. 91p.
  • thewiz commented:

    8/14/16, 2:16 AM - Indeed @BuzzzzOff !
    It will be interesting to see how the zero dosage will match the more ripe fruit that give natural dosage but also at the same time give much more reductive notes making it feel older than it seems. My best guess it will be better in it's youth, and then will go through an odd phase before again opening up when all the fruit match the maturity of the bottle better...

White - Sparkling
1995 Charles Heidsieck Champagne Blanc des Millénaires Chardonnay
7/12/2016 - thewiz Likes this wine:
94 points
Light yellow and almost greenish colour with a lovely stream of fine and tiny bubbles that lead way for the beautiful nose filled with acacia flowers, freshly baked bread and seashells in a lovely combination of fresh youthfulness and incipient maturity. The palate is very fresh with typical minerality of the vintage and a long fresh lime acidic finish. Even if it was a bit short lived in the glass, it was still very lovely, and doesn't need anymore cellaring even though it will probably live for a couple of decades longer...
  • thewiz commented:

    7/22/16, 1:54 AM - Indeed @SBrick, thanks!

Red
1996 Fontanafredda Barolo Lazzarito Vigna la Delizia Nebbiolo
3/28/2016 - americanstorm Likes this wine:
90 points
Consumed over about 6 hr. Really nice nose, tannins are smooth and almost un noticeable but I felt the flavor profile was just "ok". A nice drinking wine with a good mouthfeel and an adverage finish. The la villa bottling from this same time period is much better and is the same price so no reason to go with the lazzarito. A fairly good well aged barolo but not as special as it should have been. I will not wait too long to drink my 2nd bottle since I think this is on the downside of its peak.
  • thewiz commented:

    3/29/16, 12:28 PM - Interesting comment, and interesting change of the wine. Do you think that the Lazzarito needs more cellaring or just more airing before drinking?

White - Sparkling
2008 Legras & Haas Champagne Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs Millésimé Chardonnay
7/3/2015 - thewiz Likes this wine:
89 points
(Disgorged in spring of 2014) Light yellow colour with extremely fine and tiny bubbles. The nose shows lots of freshness with minerals, citrus and hazelnuts. This is drinking very well right now in the summer heat showing a lovely acidic citrus palate with distinct Granny Smith malic acid finish. Lovely!
  • thewiz commented:

    12/19/15, 7:30 AM - Hi thass! I can't say that I'm an expert, but I have many vintage champagnes from both larger houses and growers that have their disgorgement 'spread out'. Having said that it also depends on the size of the production and whether the producer sells it all in one shorter period of time or spreads it out. Legras & Haas are selling 2008 over a longer period and instead of doing all their disgorgement work in one short round, they probably spread it out to complement the selling phase and to even-out the labor needed.
    So, yes, for a producer or house selling a larger quantities of a vintage they most likely have the disgorgement spread out over more than 12 months. And sometimes for a period of several years.
    Hope this was to any help!
    Best regards!

White - Sparkling
2002 Salon Champagne Blanc de Blancs Brut Chardonnay
12/12/2015 - dcwino wrote:
94 points
A small impromptu gathering at Adam's place - 02 Salon, 90 DRC Richebourg and RSV & 21 Gruaud Larose (Adam's House in DC): For some reason, I always compare this to the 96. This doesn’t have the precision and focus of the 96 Salon at the same stage. My impression is that it is also not as concentrated as the 96. Perhaps it will gain weight in another couple of years but not sure. It is very pure and delicate, once again reminding me a young Chevalier. Fresh white fruits, mint, white flowers and wet stone. Quite delicate and pure, granny smith and lemon driven palate impression, good acidity and clean finish. This is really nice but a bit of disappointment considering the vintage and producer, and also the price.
  • thewiz commented:

    12/14/15, 1:24 PM - I think it make sense. For me the '96 vintage is all about the razor sharp acidity, that for some producers (like Salon) will be accompanied by a good portion of fruitiness and make for a long journey. The '02 vintage on the other hand is packed with a fruitiness that overlays the acidity of the vintage making most producers cuvées very accessible in a young age, therefore giving a feeling of being a bit disappointing. But I rest assured that they will mature nicely and when the fruit dries up a bit, will deliver a very fine and mature taste.

    I also think most '02:s will at its peak earlier than the '96:s. Not saying the '96:s will be better, just that they will last longer.

  • thewiz commented:

    12/15/15, 12:19 PM - Haven't tried the '99 of Salon so can't really compare. But I guess we'll have to wait and see! :-)

White - Sparkling
N.V. Ayala Champagne Brut Majeur Champagne Blend
11/7/2015 - thewiz Likes this wine:
88 points
Mitt Kök-mässan - Champagne (Älvsjömässan, Stockholm): Light yellow colour. Discrete nose showing pear and citrus. Fresh and smooth palate in a very youthful style showing pears, red apples and with a shorta lemon finish.
  • thewiz commented:

    11/9/15, 10:53 AM - This was a fresh bottle, but poured by a waiter by the glass, so I didn't catch the disgorgement date I'm afraid.

White - Sparkling
2006 Louis Roederer Champagne Brut Nature Cuvée Starck Champagne Blend
9/5/2015 - thewiz Likes this wine:
90 points
(Disgorged spring of 2015) Yellow colour with a stream of fine and tiny bubbles spreading the wonderful nose of mature yellow apples and citrus. Very reductive palate. Need some more cellaring to smooth a bit.
  • thewiz commented:

    11/2/15, 1:02 PM - Well, it's for sure a Stark approach I'm sure. And I'm not sure myself how well I like these more oxidative notes that run in this cuvée, but maybe it will all feel better with some more post-degorgment cellaring. So only time will tell.

White - Sparkling
N.V. André Jacquart Champagne Premier Cru Blanc de Blancs Brut Experience Chardonnay
5/27/2015 - thewiz Likes this wine:
88 points
(Degorged fall of 2014) Light yellow colour with a youthful nose showing hazelnuts, mierals and citrus. Youthfully austere but with a wonderful creamy mousse showing a nice fresh fruity mid-palate and with an intensive but rather short finish. Best with 2-4 years extra cellaring.
  • thewiz commented:

    10/2/15, 12:46 PM - Hi, mostly it's a qualified quess from my side from when I bought the bottle, how long post-disgorgment they usually have before sale and a look at the cork. if there's information on the bottle I can usually be more specific like with Month/Year usually.

White - Sparkling
1990 Deutz Champagne Cuvée William Deutz Champagne Blend
6/25/2015 - rossi.wine wrote:
94 points
In terms of colour in between 1990 Taittinger Comtes de Champagne Blanc de blancs and 1990 Dom Perignon. Expressive on the nose, a little oxidative with notes of bruised apples, nuts, dried fruit and an almost smoky character. Really vibrant and fresh on the palate, a bit more lively than the Taittinger, broad and rich, some chalky minerality. Amazing finish with great intensity and persistence - excellent. My WOTN. 93-95
  • thewiz commented:

    6/27/15, 1:09 PM - do you know if it was a 'vinotheque' bottle or an original disgorgement? you could tell from the back label.. just a bit curious! :-)

  • thewiz commented:

    6/28/15, 2:26 PM - well, if they said it was original disgorgments, then that's answer enough. used to be hard to tell by Deutz labels. Front label used to be identical and only the back label indicating "vinotheque". it's all different now that these variations are becoming more and more popular and getting higher prices than they used to only 10 years ago!

White - Sparkling
1995 Henriot Champagne Cuvée des Enchanteleurs Brut Champagne Blend
6/23/2015 - AV2012 wrote:
92 points
Feels too young for a 20 y.o. champagne. Only at the very start of its maturity curve, wait for some 3-5 more years if you want to drink it when it has fully blossomed.
  • thewiz commented:

    6/27/15, 1:01 PM - I can only agree, I tried a bottle a couple of weeks ago that was from an original disgorgement and it was feeling much younger than twenty years! I'm think it can easily rest for another decade!

White - Sparkling
N.V. Louis Roederer Champagne Brut Premier Champagne Blend
2/9/2015 - thewiz Likes this wine:
90 points
Light yellow colour with a neverending stream of fine and tiny bubbles.
Very youthful and mineral driven showing citrus tones, but also wild strawberries that adds to the broadness of the assembly. Rather youthful samle that surely would delivery lovey maturity with 3-5 years of extra cellaring.

Perfect as an aperitif in it's youth.
  • thewiz commented:

    2/9/15, 10:23 PM - I've had these babies after 10-15 years of extra cellaring and they are performing beautifully then with golden colour and smooth, mature palate and nose.

White - Sparkling
2002 Bollinger Champagne La Grande Année Champagne Blend
11/2/2013 - thewiz Likes this wine:
93 points
Yellow colour with fine tiny bubbles.
The nose is austere showing seashells, but opens up with wonderful tones of nougat, chocolate and marzipan and everything embraced by soft acacia flowers.
The palate is powerful and mellow and at the same time soft with a long lasting finish.

Excellent with the Loach Ambassadeur with champagne sauce and mashed potatoes.
  • thewiz commented:

    1/22/14, 1:25 PM - Hi, thanks for asking. Yes, Bollinger keeps disgorging them over several years, so that's not an unlikely scenario. And after some more years they will start the R.D.-version of the same vintage with even further lees-contact.

    This particular bottle I drank on November 2nd was disgorged in July of 2012.

    Best regard!

Red
2007 Rijk's Shiraz Private Cellar Tulbagh
10/7/2012 - Brook23 wrote:
89 points
As the photo shows this is now labelled Rijk's estate syrah.

baked jammy fruits with some cinnamon type spice. smooth but too sweet for me. Very tasty but couldn't drink much of this in one go
  • thewiz commented:

    10/26/13, 11:52 AM - Two different wines from the same producer (at least here in Sweden). We have both Rijk's Private Cellar Shiraz and Rijk's Estate Shiraz. The Estate-blending is approx 9USD more expensive than the Private Cellar-blending at the moment.

White - Sparkling
2002 Pierre Gimonnet & Fils Champagne Special Club Millesimé de Collection Chardonnay
7/30/2013 - Jack O'Brien wrote:
As much as I would like to say how wonderful this wine was, especially for the price, it just did not resonate with me. Did not seem as well made as other Gimonnet wines and lacked some character and the alcohol seemed too present in the mouth. Disappointing.
  • thewiz commented:

    7/31/13, 2:37 AM - I agree with you, there's a disharmonic feeling over this wine at the moment. I hope it will settle down with more cellaring.

Red
2005 Bosquet des Papes Châteauneuf-du-Pape Cuvée Tradition Red Rhone Blend
9/15/2012 - thewiz Likes this wine:
91 points
Gourmetklubbens Femtonde middag (A+N, Duvbo): Dark brick-red colour. On the nose there's a nice mixture of licorice, black currant, white pepper and violets mixed with a dense tone of meat broth. The palate is very powerful with a nice balance of fruit and tannines.
  • thewiz commented:

    2/11/13, 10:55 AM - Thanks spo! I enjoyed it alot, but for my preference I think it will be even better with a couple of more years of cellaring.

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