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  • jeffm_fla says:

    12/16/2015 7:10:00 AM - Dave, Sounds like you are a little further than I on this path to "ruin"! I admire your discipline in working your cellar down. We are empty nesters now and I really need to cut back so I can sell the house (the cellar is too big to move!)and simplify my life. Had a great Bordeaux and steak night yesterday with my group, although my main focus is still Napa. Cheers!

  • vintage1949 says:

    12/15/2015 8:14:00 PM - Sometimes you have to wonder if trying an expensive bottle of really good wine is a gift to your palate or a curse:) Fortunately or unfortunately-grin-I had my first really good bottle when I was 25 years old. Back then a really expensive bottle was $25. But once that wine crossed my palate revealing a complexity of flavors with the nose captivating another sensory input-I was all in. Had a wine cellar of 1,000 bottles. As I am retired I do not need as many bottles as in the past-rebuilding my cellar to around 350. With the average cost of most of my wines over $100 it is a slow process. Really getting into Pomerol-Côte Rotie-and of course good Napa Cabernet and Washington State Cayuse. So it sounds like you are in for some great times. Enjoy:) -Dave

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