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  • SLOFred says:

    12/8/2022 8:37:00 AM - I would love to sell them for what they cost me. Where do you live as I would need to ship?

  • danielbleier says:

    2/14/2016 7:52:00 AM - Franklin 10, if your question on the Evening Land was whether or not it is worth seeking out, it certainly is.

  • sweetstuff says:

    9/22/2014 3:56:00 PM - Franklin10, Thanks for becoming a fan. I notice that some wines are significantly better when they are drunk down rather than sipped. Good examples are certain red Burgundies and Pinot noirs. jht (Sweetstuff) aka Rieslingrat

  • Tony Poli says:

    9/11/2014 9:00:00 AM - Thanks for becoming a fan. I find your tasting, drinking and note writing philosophy quite interesting, and I feel good about someone like you appreciating what I write. I will be reading your notes, especially looking forward to the Williams Selyem ones.

  • Bandreas says:

    11/15/2013 8:59:00 PM - Franklin01 you hav e a point about scoring a wine "now" when that score probably will change. Maybe the Cellartracker folks should allow us to put down a score for the wine as it is "now" and in brackets what we think it will be in so many years.