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  • Tim Heaton says:

    1/19/2021 8:16:00 AM - ciao E, piacere di sentirti winestrategies at gmail.com

  • ColdAsIce says:

    7/12/2019 12:14:00 AM - Hoi EMAZurich - besten Dank fuer die interessanten tasting notes! Freut mich, nun auf cellar tracker "connected" zu sein. Cheers!

  • Saint-Exupéry says:

    9/7/2016 4:25:00 AM - Hallo EMAZurich, besten Dank für Deine Message und Deine tasting notes zum 2006 Conterno Fantino Barolo Sorì Ginestra und zum 2009 Suduiraut, die ich beide auch im Keller habe (neben vielen Bordeaux, Baroli, Burgundern, deutschen Rieslingen und einigen Cabs und Zins aus den USA). ich melde mich, sollte ich es einmal aus der Provinz nach Zürich schaffen. Santé!

  • Burgundy Al says:

    9/29/2015 4:57:00 PM - Edgar, Based on your message I will focus on mid priced wines generally available now that will drink well young. Mikulski is a personal favorite of mine and I often like Fevre a lot, but have had premix issues as they age. Chablis would be a great start. Christian Moreau's 1ers, particularly the Vaillons Cuvée Guy Moreau. Louis Michel 1er Montee de Tonnerre. In Chassagne I might suggest 2 producers, Bernard Moreau and JN Gagnard. Look further upslope for vineyards with generally less topsoil, more minerality.

  • gilrbo says:

    6/7/2015 10:49:00 AM - Hallo Edgar! Ja, ich hab ein paar oesterreichische Weine (Moric, Muster, Schuster, Hitzberger, und bald auch Uwe Schiefer) aber nicht viel... Unter "DIscussions" koenntest du mir ein PM schicken, dann waere es einfacher sich auszutauschen. Ich habe den gleichen Namen dort.

  • gilrbo says:

    6/6/2015 11:54:00 PM - Gruessech Edgar! Hier ein Berner aus Italien, die auch Piemontesische Weine liebt. Ich habe gerade deine Note ueber Les Preuses gelesen: eine neue Liebe fuer Chablis? Oder ganz Burgund sogar? Salute!

  • _water.into.wine_ says:

    5/6/2014 11:46:00 PM - Dear EMAZurich.Thank you very much for the time taken to share your experiences on Bordeaux. Our tastes seem very aligned as I too usually prefer my wines from the left bank around 12-20 years old. I just hadn't had the time to taste the HBL 10 so always keen to hear from those who have. Thanks again for your advice!

  • _water.into.wine_ says:

    5/6/2014 11:46:00 PM - Dear EMAZurich.Thank you very much for the time taken to share your experiences on Bordeaux. Our tastes seem very aligned as I too usually prefer my wines from the left bank around 12-20 years old. I just hadn't had the time to taste the HBL 10 so always keen to hear from those who have. Thanks again for your advice!

  • PSPatrick says:

    3/19/2014 1:31:00 PM - Hallo EMAZurich! Vielen Dank für Dein freundliches Feedback. Vielleicht schaffen wir es ja einmal, die gemeinsamen Vorlieben und die räumliche Nähe auszunutzen, und eine Flasche gemeinsam zu öffnen. Grüsse vom Oberen Zürichsee, Patrick

  • ubercuvee says:

    2/28/2014 2:32:00 PM - Hi Edgar, sorry it took me so long to write back. I'm often in Switzerland so I'll try to make sure I bring a bottle to share when I'm next in Zurich. If you have any questions - just ask anytime: w@alex.me.uk Cheers, Alex [ubercuvee]

  • miadelt says:

    1/18/2014 12:24:00 PM - Edgar, Thank you for the notes on the wine. Very useful. It appears we may have similar taste in wine. I will be curious to see your notes on other wines that you enjoy. Best regards, John

  • miadelt says:

    1/14/2014 6:18:00 AM - Gruezi Edgar, I hope all is well in Zurich. A little over 10 years ago, I lived in Zollikerberg for 3 years and absolutely loved my time there. Zurich is where my wife and I began our love of wine and so our palates are biased towards old world wines. In regards to the Haut Batailley, my comments on cellar tracker reflect a decanting time between 30 and 60 minutes and then the wine was consumed over the next 60 minutes. I don’t recall a significant change in the wine over the relatively short period of time. The tannins have already smoothed out and so I don’t feel a long decant time is required. The wine is definitely drinking great right now. Enjoy! Kind regards, John

  • Cheungtp says:

    1/14/2014 3:30:00 AM - Hi EMAZurich, actually I didn't get to drink the 2003 Haut Batailley from the start, when I tasted it was already opened for 4-5 hours. The nose was a bit mild, but still nice, yet the palate was quite plain, not much excitement. From my experience with 2003, it's best to aerate it for an hour or two, and north Medoc wines should be a good bet for the vintage. Good luck!

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