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Red
2016 Mount Mary Quintet Yarra Valley Red Bordeaux Blend
9/5/2019 - drjb Likes this wine:
94 points
At the Mount Mary Dinner, Stokehouse Q. Another delicious Quintet, this wine had a deep crimson colour with a lovey nose of cassis, dark cherry and plum, dark chocolate and violet with cedar touches. The palate is smooth and midweight fanning out with great complexity and persistence. A young wine with plenty of development ahead this is very classical stuff from this vineyard.
  • Parko82 commented:

    9/7/19, 10:08 PM - Thanks for the 15, 16 and 17 comparison, it's very helpful. I have some 15's and 16's and I intended to lock in 17 and now I will..

    Tell me do you think since Sam took the Helm back in 2011 they've improved? I've read the wines have trended towards a touch riper, less green but still kept the elegant light body which should bode well for cellering?

    Cheers Parko

Red
2016 Yeringberg Yarra Valley Red Bordeaux Blend
Return to Aus; 6/23/2019-7/5/2019 (Adelaide, South Australia wine regions, Tassie, Yarra, etc.): Again made in that very classic style that should have quite a reasonable life ahead of it. I get a bit of red currant and some lively spices and again that elegance to it. It's good but definitely in need of more time before it's really ready.
  • Parko82 commented:

    8/8/19, 6:17 PM - Wow MC2, what a trip!! I just finished reading about it and from an Aussie thankyou for you kind words..

    Having the Yarra literally on my back door step I was particularly interested in that region...

    I'd say you definitely tried the better BDX producers the Yarra has in Yeringberg, YY and Mount Mary.. I love the Yeringberg BDX.. If you get the chance try the 15 Mount Mary Quintet, I think since Rob Hall left in 2011 and Sam Middleton took the helm as chief winemaker in 2012 there wine has improved dramatically..

    I also couldn't agree more on Coldstream Hills.. I haven't bought there wine in years, 2018 wasn't my favourite vintage for Giant Steps either but 2015 and 2017 were really good for me.. There's a lot of buzz for us wine nerds currently with more boutique pinot and syrah producers.. If you get the chance Gembrook Hill, Mayer and Luke Lambert to name are few are doing stunning examples... Gembrook Hill would be my favourite..

    Cheers Parko

  • Parko82 commented:

    8/9/19, 5:21 AM - No problem.. You would of noticed we don't tend to get to many US wines either which is a pitty, I enjoyed my trip to Napa and more so Oregon back in 2011. I think unless there's volume the shipping isn't worth the cost and also China has become our major buyer of late, hence Penfolds, Henschke etc etc prices going up by 50% in the last 5 or so years..

  • Parko82 commented:

    8/9/19, 2:15 PM - yeah definitely out of my price range and many others now.. Standish has quite a following now and has been a alternative for some but it sounds like 2017 maybe a let down with the feedback I've been getting which is disapointing because 2016 Standish and Lamella were absolute belters.. I guess thats the beauty of region and vintage blending sometimes..

Red
1996 Wynns Coonawarra Estate Cabernet Sauvignon
8/2/2019 - rmarkey Likes this wine:
94 points
Excellent still. Similar comments to earlier. Coconut on nose and palate, cigar box, leather, vanilla, coffee, dark chocolate notes, warm red and blue berries, plum, gentle fine grained soft tannins, long clean finish. Lovely developed wine. Last bottle.
August 2019
  • Parko82 commented:

    8/2/19, 11:33 PM - Hi there, I'm enjoying your TN's on the older BL Wynns Cabs of late.. I have 2 of these left. Taking cork out of the equation do you think these are drink now or will it hold? Cheers Parko

Red
2012 Wynns Coonawarra Estate Cabernet Sauvignon Black Label
7/30/2019 - PIntag wrote:
91 points
13.5% abv. Screwcap.
Solid, well-made Cab. Still youthful with good structure. A little vanilla and cocoa, but really, not too much oak influence, as the currant fruit is at the forefront. One might find this slightly jammy, but I didn't find it to be a problem. This still has years ahead of it and should improve with more bottle age. A very high quality Cabernet for the price.
  • Parko82 commented:

    8/1/19, 1:07 AM - Nice TN Pintag. Has to be one of the best (value) cabs in Oz.. Currently on sale for $25.. Hard to beat for a 7 year old wine that will drink for another 10 years +.

  • Parko82 commented:

    8/1/19, 6:24 PM - Yeah I agree about Cali, has some nice wines but a tad pricey for what u get.. I only bought a handful back in 2011 when I visited NAPA, Floral Springs Trilogy was a cracker.. I thought Oregon's pinot was better value for money..

Red
2016 Château Lanessan Haut-Médoc Red Bordeaux Blend
7/11/2019 - Motz wrote:
88 points
Consistent with previous note. Pretty fruit up front, the result of high extraction, which becomes all too obvious at the back, on account of the astringently gritty finish. Other than fruit, there is not much to it. The middle especially lacks substance and verve. 87-88.
  • Parko82 commented:

    7/11/19, 2:31 PM - Hi Motz, another disappointed customer here, do you think it will fill out with age? Personally I've been enjoying Senejac across varies vintages more of late..

  • Parko82 commented:

    7/11/19, 3:43 PM - Thanks for that, I've noticed your critical of 16 and a fan of 15 in general, where do you see 18? Thanks in advance..

Red
2015 Paul Jaboulet Aîné Crozes-Hermitage Domaine de Thalabert Syrah
6/12/2019 - JimTaft Likes this wine:
92 points
Very fine Syrah, enjoyable right out of the bottle but will likely age well for five or more years. Well balanced and delicious with tonight's Copper River sockeye salmon. Yum.

Fruit forward with delightful aromatics, appropriate acidity and tannins. Very enjoyable now.
  • Parko82 commented:

    6/12/19, 5:56 PM - Great review Jim, would you say it's at peak? Cheers Parko

Red
2015 Luke Lambert Nebbiolo Yarra Valley
5/9/2019 - chbeaumont wrote:
93 points
Pale ruby; tar & roses, riveting; lacy, refreshing acidity, softly-softly fruit, fresh feel & balanced; extended finish.
  • Parko82 commented:

    6/11/19, 12:35 AM - Oops, think I just reported you, how do I retract? I meant to comment, do you think it's in it's drinking window now?

Red
2016 Le Grappin Fleurie Du Grappin Poncié Gamay
5/19/2019 - chbeaumont wrote:
84 points
From magnum; closed, mute fruit, lacks a fresh feel. Doesn’t convince.
  • Parko82 commented:

    6/11/19, 12:30 AM - Just cracked a bottle of this, absolutely hideous!! May have been slightly corked?

Red
2016 Yarra Yering Dry Red N°1 Yarra Valley Red Bordeaux Blend
6/8/2019 - Gdubya Likes this wine:
94 points
Obviously very young, but gave this a try. Great smell with some black cherry on the palate. Loads of potential for the future
  • Parko82 commented:

    6/9/19, 4:36 AM - So much upside, I actually enjoyed this better then the 15 in there early stages..

Red
2016 Domaine de Chevalier Pessac-Léognan Red Bordeaux Blend
10/6/2017 - chatters wrote:
The Grand Tour - day five (Bordeaux): Barrel sample. Cherry, soft, elegant, balanced…rather splendid. Tannins are chamois soft. Jeez this is good.
  • Parko82 commented:

    6/8/19, 8:50 PM - Hey mate, just about to put an order on some 18's but haven't decided on numbers yet, best ever the critics and punters are saying which they said about the 16's also.. What's you take? Over inflated scoring or legit.. Are they improving that much?

    Cheers Parko

  • Parko82 commented:

    6/9/19, 4:19 AM - Chatters, I have developed the fermented grape juice virus quite significantly over the past 6 to 12 months.. My fridges are not coping!! I may have to dig a hole and develop a man cave quite soon..

    I've not seen that website before, I use Nicks wine merchants for my En Premiere who seem reasonable but this gives me a market value, thanks for that..

    I took your advise from an earlier chat and sampled quite a few cheaper Medocs.. Senejac 09 easily my fav, very good value.. Currently 4 days into the 16 Lanessan and it's still tight, not sure, I'll put the rest on ice, 5+ years?

    I've ordered some Sanejac 18's but hadn't considered Meyney that looks a good bet.. I've also ordered Rauzan-Ségla, Calon-Segur and bigger merlot right bank Sansonett and Laroque.. Think I'll pencil in a few Chevalier. It's only going to increase in price in future one would think?

    Cheers Parko

White
2017 Dr. Loosen Bernkasteler Lay Riesling Kabinett Mosel Saar Ruwer
4/23/2019 - drjb Likes this wine:
90 points
Another bottle of this delicious beach and seafood wine that is zesty, delicate yet intense with terrific lime, yuzu and custard apple characters danced by real grip and slate characters that provide the 'dance'. This wine will not live to see another summer !
  • Parko82 commented:

    4/28/19, 3:46 AM - You've been busy with this Kabinett lately I see.. I completely concur.. Have you had much experience with aging this? Or is it just to mashable to even bother?

    Cheers Parko

  • Parko82 commented:

    4/29/19, 12:46 AM - Thanks Dr Jb for getting back to me.. I've been trying to broaden my riesling experience past our shoreline and I'm quite enjoying Kabinett in the lower price bracket lately, I haven't tried Keller yet but have heard good things..

    I've been taking the plunge on some 15 and 16 Donnhoff Niederhauser Hermannshohle Grosse Gewachs but by all reports there not ready

    And I'm looking at getting a few 13 and 15 Joh Jos Prum Wehlener Sonnenuhr Auslese..

    Have you any other recommendations?

    Thanks in advance...

  • Parko82 commented:

    4/30/19, 12:16 AM - Legend!! My credit card is hurting already, many thanks....

Red
2013 By Farr Pinot Noir "Farrside" Geelong
4/28/2019 - Parko82 Likes this wine:
94 points
14% ABV

{CORK}

Slight sediment and cloudy. Colour is Dark cherry red with cherry hue..

Reductive ripe cherries, plum and cola with Ocean Springs cranberry juice keeping the fruit nicely balanced.. I also picked up some potting soil and rose hip..

Drank over 2 days... First day it was more fresh/sour and a bit lighter.. The 2nd day the fruit gained more weight and depth and the potting soil became quite prominent.. Enjoyed both days, this can easily go the distance I'd suggest..

This is special stuff, must bye more Farr wines...
  • Parko82 commented:

    4/28/19, 6:45 PM - Hey Chatters, thanks for that mate.

    Popped it straight from the wine fridge and left it an hour or so to get up to temp..

    I got a bit of stalk but it wasn't over powering like I've had on the lesser Farr Rising labels, which after a few years I've also found tended to settle.

    Let us know when you review it, this average everyday blogger would be keen to see what you think.. Some opinions seam to be this is a little to concentrated, which I got a slight glimps of day 2..

    Cheers Parko

White
2002 Petaluma Riesling Hanlin Hill Clare Valley
3/16/2019 - Geoff7777 wrote:
Much better than previous bottle, and a correct version of this wine I suspect. No lime cordial, instead the correct zesty lemon and fresh lime juice with a slightly pine sap tinge to the long savoury finish. Lovely wine, ready but this bottle has time in hand. Difficult to understand the variation from prior bottle/s when its under Stelvin? Day 2 even better, with a hint of talc to the nose and a loooooong chalky mineral finish. Much time in hand and a very fine wine.
  • Parko82 commented:

    3/17/19, 2:46 AM - Hi Geoff,

    Your last 2 bottles sum up my last 2 bottles I've had over the past few weeks the difference however was mine are under cork..

    1st bottle was a bit lifeless in character I almost suspect it had TCA issues...
    2nd bottle was superb and my taste notes are very similar to yours..

    I would also be baffled under screwcap why you had such varied results. Storage, cap damage or batch variance are all I can think of..

    cheers Parko

Red
2012 Yarra Yering Dry Red N°2 Yarra Valley Shiraz Blend, Syrah
3/10/2019 - barrkel Likes this wine:
95 points
Lovely. Almost like a Cote Rotie in style. Gentle but persistent fruit, a hint of bacon, a crust of pepper, a meaty undertone, a spike of minerality, and a persistent herby stemmy note with mild long tannins. There's a sweetness, moreso than a northern Rhone, that softens the edge of the acid. Delicious and good QPR, because the quality is very high.
  • Parko82 commented:

    3/10/19, 7:03 PM - One of the better wines I've been drinking of late... Nice right up by the way.. Could you point me in the right direction for Cote Rotie's that would be comparable quility wise for roughly the same price? Or am I dreaming?

    Cheers Parko

  • Parko82 commented:

    3/10/19, 10:10 PM - Thanks for the info, had a quick look and yeah your looking at around double the price.. Will definitely give them a shot although I probably wont be buying in bulk..

    Cheers

  • Parko82 commented:

    3/11/19, 5:33 PM - The grass is always greener I guess.. I was born and also work in the the Yarra so I'm doing cellar doors and buying local.. It's sometimes hard for me to justify anything from Europe with import costs... You seem to get relative value for Aus wine on the otherhand... I paid as a member of Yarra Yering $80 Aus for the no.2 which compares to what you paid.. You won't get it for under $100 now mind you , the Yarras prices have increased a bit over the last 5 years.. If you get the chance I tend to buy more Yeringberg then YY these days which has a cracking bordeaux blend for less coin.

Red
2010 Wynns Coonawarra Estate Cabernet Sauvignon Black Label
2/11/2019 - Parko82 Likes this wine:
92 points
13.5% ABV

Screwcap

Absolute value for money here at $24 on special... Lovely balance between acid, tannins and blackcurrant/plum fruit, characteristic mint and cedar oak. Nice medium plus finish...

Just starting to get into it's drinking window for me, can see this going another 10 years easily going on previous experience...
  • Parko82 commented:

    2/24/19, 3:16 PM - Hi Btiver, thanks for that...

    I grabbed a half D of these BL's from Dan Murphy's when they were running a sale... They quite often have sales on the BL's.. If you become a member they'll notify you when sales are happening, I warn you though once signed up they'll email you nearly every day..

    cheers

Red
2015 Yeringberg Yarra Valley Red Bordeaux Blend
2/9/2019 - DanielJH Likes this wine:
97 points
A beautiful floral bouquet on the nose accompanied by red berries, cedar, spring grass and wild herbs. Red and black currants, sour cherries, tobacco, cedar and some bay leaf and vanilla elements. Silky and only medium bodied. Beautifully weighted and quite delicate despite its formidable structure. Super fine tannins and a very long and persistent finish. A beautiful wine in every sense. Top shelf Australian Bordeaux blend. Will age for many years.
  • Parko82 commented:

    2/12/19, 2:07 AM - Hi Daniel, great TN mate. Just wondering if you've had a chance to look at the 16 at all? As per normal the YY no1 and MM Quintet have been published but not the Yeringberg which I think is probably the best value for money..

    Cheers Parko

Red
2015 Redman Cabernet Sauvignon Coonawarra
8/10/2018 - chatters wrote:
Coonawarra Roadshow (Town Hall, Sydney): Dusty, a little eucalyptus earth, sour blackcurrant sweet spice, juicy with grippy drying tannins, plenty of spice and slightly muted fruit. Hmm
  • Parko82 commented:

    8/17/18, 4:17 PM - The sour blackcurrent sounds similar to the 13 I tried last week, they didn't quite get the acid right? The 14 on the other hand was in balance...

  • Parko82 commented:

    8/19/18, 4:29 AM - Just starting to get into the chemistry of wine making and it's so fascinating... The more I learn the more I realize I know little about wine..

    It's amazing how fickle wild yeast is to use and your right about it taking time to get processes right... Burgundy for instance have taken generations to build up particular wild yeast strains that work for them... And it only takes something as simple as rain to really affect fermentation due to the wild yeast being washed off amongst a million other things like bad yeasts etc. This article is a great read..

    https://winemakermag.com/article/758-wild-yeast-the-pros-and-cons-of-spontaneous-fermentation

    Also Acid/Ph balance using tartaric adjustment is fascinating.. I read some comments recently posted by the previous Yarra Yering winemaker that they used little to no tartaric acid in comparison to the majority of Australian wineries that use acid to balance there wines due to how ripe our grapes get in Oz. You then compare this to old world wines where they actually need more sugar instead of acid...
    He also mentioned you need to get the acid and Ph balance right early otherwise you run the risk of not getting it right...

    Anyway you probably know all this, just rambling on..

    Cheers Chatters..

  • Parko82 commented:

    8/20/18, 6:42 PM - Always up for a sample and chat with a fellow wine enthusiasts mate, most people I know tire of my wine chat...

    I'm hearing your frustration on the wineries not
    divulging what there doing but as a 4th generation farmer who mainly grows flowers I understand where they're coming from.... I'm able to get an extra dollar a bunch by shipping interstate based on my quality reliability which has come from decades of trial and error... I don't know anyone else that grows certain varities like me and that's my point of difference so I always endeavor to keep it that way. But without that extra dollar I wouldn't be in business, it's sad but farming is definitely a dying industry..

    Just out of interest on your journeys have you ever seen wineries growing under greenhouses? I noticed online a while ago there was a winery doing it in the states.. I mention this because I've always wanted to grow a few grapes (more hobby really) but being on a eastside facing hill I don't get enough sun for ripening. Whereas I think a greenhouse may help with that...

    Cheers..

  • Parko82 commented:

    8/24/18, 9:02 PM - Sorry for replying late, a bout of stomach bug has hit my household.. Hasn't hit me but give it time..

    Just ordered those books they look like a great read, thanks for that..

    My property is roughly 4km's as the crow flys from Seville Estate and has red volcanic soil, good air flow and drainage being on a hill... I had a brain fade last msg I sent, the property is west facing and it has Melbourne waters bush land along the entire top of my property..  Adjacent to me and the bush is the Stringybark Creek Vineyard. They had a cellar door for a while but ended up just selling there grapes to Oakridge... The founding owner was a family friend and he always said our property was only good for sparkling... I've been studying my properties sun exposure over the past few days and I've noticed there's one small corner that has extended sun (a good hour or so) so might try that.. I think I read somewhere to run the rows south to west for best sun exposure?
    Your probably right about glasshouses, I know raspberries and blackberries have great success and I've grown roma tomatoes commercially with great success but you'd think more wineries would grow grapes undercover if it worked... Just think though there'd be no frost, rain and hail problems and total water control for ripeness.. You could even controll the temp with shading....

    I couldn't bring myself to grow Sav Blanc maybe if I planted some Semillon to blend.. Would definitely be keen on Chardonnay as a white, Halliday said it's one of the most forgiving grapes, not sure about ripening though? Merlot could be an option but what about Cabernet, Pinot, Shiraz, Gamay or Nebbiolo? Do any of these ripen quicker or slower?

    I'm getting excited, I've found a place that sells the l10v1 chardonnay clone which seems to be a popular choice in the valley...

Red
2013 Yeringberg Yarra Valley Red Bordeaux Blend
10/5/2016 - chatters wrote:
Six nations tasting (49 King Street Wharf): perfumed with more red than black currant, spice, plums and cream…fleshy and generous, very pleasant and approachable but with obvious longevity. Yum.
  • Parko82 commented:

    7/25/18, 4:44 AM - Hi Chatters, love your work mate, I've read many of your posts and can relate to many.. I'm just after some advise.

    I'm 10 or so years into a young cellar, I'm 35 and It's time to invest into some French BDX stuff over the next 10+ years to drink into my twilight years..

    Born and raised in the Yarra Valley I'm quite a big fan of Yeringbergs bdx..

    I've only tried and own a handful of French bordeaux and could never justify the price but I think I got it the other day when I had the 2010 Branaire Ducru.. I still think Yeringberg's flavour and complexity are better but the tannins and mouthfeel of the Branaire stood out..

    I've noticed your a big fan of Domain De Chevalier and I'm contemplating getting some of the 15's and 16's, are there any similarities at all to Yeringberg?

    Both the DDC's vintages are $150 through Nicks any preference on vintage?

    $150 is about the top of my price range are there any others you could recommend?

    I'm contemplating D'issan, Giscours and Larcis Ducase (right bank I know)..

    Any feedback would be appreciated..

    Cheers Andy..

  • Parko82 commented:

    7/30/18, 3:48 AM - Legend, thanks Chatters!!

    Tip 1: I thought you might say that. I'm normally one to try before you buy but I'm never able to try BDX, I guess I should get out more. 2013 and 2016 are my sons birth years so I might take a punt on a few more expensive ones... From what I've read 13 seems to be an average year and 16 was a stellar year?

    Tip 2 and 3: Will definitely source some of those cheaper Medocs and try over the coming years.. Senejac and Lanessan seem readily available..

    Tip 4: I have no doubt if I was in town you'd treat me to some special stuff, that is what I call "exceedingly kind". I will drop you a line if I'm in town..

    Cheers Andy

    P.S. I've also tried a few of the 09 Wynns black cabs over the past few months and couldn't agree more, such good value.. That and the 14 Fraser Gallop Parterre are my pick recently for the best value cabs... cheers

Red
2013 Kellermeister Shiraz Wild Witch Barossa
5/31/2018 - Johno's Cellar Likes this wine:
93 points
Excellent wine
  • Parko82 commented:

    5/31/18, 8:35 PM - Hi Johno,

    I tried this about 12 months ago and the tannins were still huge.. How are they looking 12 months on? Did you decant?

    Cheers

Red
2012 Wynns Coonawarra Estate Cabernet Sauvignon Black Label
8/21/2017 - noni15 wrote:
90 points
Lack of fruit, peppery, ok, but not wow factor.
  • Parko82 commented:

    8/24/17, 8:22 PM - Each to there own batcave, I actually quite liked the last 12 I had. I read in a article by Sue Hodder (winemaker at Wynns) She believes the black cab drinks best around the 8 year mark for her, hence I'll be cracking my next one in 2 to 3 years..

Red
2012 Bleasdale Shiraz Generations Langhorne Creek
7/22/2017 - AnonymousCoward Likes this wine:
87 points
Not as enjoyable as the last bottle. It's still robust, but rather than the good fruit notes, there was more cured meats, and the oak was much more evident. Maybe a dud bottle (curse that cork nonsense). It's still OK, plenty of dark fruit and firm, grippy tannins.
  • Parko82 commented:

    7/27/17, 9:02 PM - Hi there, surprised to hear your bottles are under cork.. The 2 bottles I've had are under stelvin..

    Cheers

Red
2012 St Hallett Shiraz Blackwell Barossa
4/24/2017 - BigfootPMH Likes this wine:
90 points
Nice but needs more time (approx 2-5yrs).

High acid with some tannins and enough fruit to see it develop into a more balanced wine than where it currently is.

A quality wine (well made) that's drinkable, but not outstanding .... yet. Fingers crossed for the other 5 bottles of this vintage in the cellar.
  • Parko82 commented:

    4/25/17, 3:09 AM - The 2012 seems to divide CT reviewer's..

    I tried this vintage about 2 years back and thought it was an absolute cracker...

    Hopefully it's in a bit of a lull at the moment...

    Will also wait on my half D..

    Cheers..

Red
2013 Deep Woods Estate Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve Margaret River
Still tastes like crap. Can't believe I paid $60 for this extremely poor and unpleasant wine. I was hoping a bit of bottle age might have soothed my perceptions, but this wine has not improved one iota since my last tasting.
  • Parko82 commented:

    4/17/17, 3:03 AM - Hi there,

    A 96 point Absolutely Quintessential Margaret Cab back in 2015 that has drastically declined over 4 tastings to a mere 80 today. One must think this wine has past it's peak..

Red
2005 Tatiarra Shiraz Cambrian Heathcote
9/30/2016 - red.red.vino wrote:
92 points
Almost 5 hours in the decanter and this is singing. Big, ripe, stewed, jammy purple fruits. A very full wine, a lot of upfront structure, heavy weighted and delightful. Length of the finish is 'waterfalling' short, intensity drops but the taste does linger. Heat but not overly alcoholic. This is a remarkable turnaround from last week's attempt and the only difference is time in the decanter. I have four left and will drink over the next 12/18 months or so.
  • Parko82 commented:

    9/30/16, 1:48 PM - Thanks mate...

    Sounds like it's neared if not peaked...

Red
2005 Tatiarra Shiraz Cambrian Heathcote
9/23/2016 - red.red.vino wrote:
90 points
Decanter for 3 hours prior to drinking. A deep, dull violet/ruby wine, no bricking whatsoever, colour holding up very well. Big wine up front and through the mid palate, however fades and almost dissolves through the back palate. A further hour in the wine is still opening up, back palate finish a little fuller, but not much, still considered rather short.
Undecided whether this still needs more time or whether slightly over the peak and on the decline. Might pop another next weekend and decant for a bit longer, stay tuned.... Confused.com
  • Parko82 commented:

    9/26/16, 3:36 AM - I'm interested in your next review Red Red... I've tried the 03 04 06 and 07 with 03 being my pick to date... I've got one 05 sitting there and was going to crack it soon..

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