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Snooth User: William Djubin

Challenge Met and 2001 Silver Oak NAPA the prize

Posted by William Djubin, Mar 5, 2014.

A Challenge was met and my 2001 Silver Oak NAPA was the prize.

-Amazing, and I know that I will get a taste, thanks for bringing your friends anonymous PB resident.

Victory is ours.

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Reply by William Djubin, Mar 5, 2014.

The Wine TAG reads " LION MG" both sides. my friend/customer accomplished the Challenge in less than 5 Days. Thanks LION Mille Gratis.

 

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Reply by outthere, Mar 5, 2014.

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Reply by dvogler, Mar 5, 2014.

I'm on the floor OT!  :)

William, your last couple of posts were good! 

This one however, is a bit incoherent.  Could you please give us more information?

What was the challenge?  Maybe this was supposed to be a private message?

PS: What year is the Silver Oak?

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Reply by outthere, Mar 5, 2014.

The OP says 2001

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Reply by William Djubin, Mar 5, 2014.

Ok, 2 Challenges were made regarding Wine during the Honda Classic at PGA Nationals.

One was.

-Bring me my favorite guests (Wine Fans) from Old Palm Club and I will spill 2002 Cardinale. however I just can't part with Jess 2002 yet so I gave the victor 2001 Silver Oak Napa. Rare in NPB and he took HER home. I know the SO will return.

The second Challenge from Honda Classic weekend was for an Australian PGA Tour celebrity to bring my Australian wine lovers for dinner and I would bring Mitolo GAM 2002 Glaetzer 98-100pt. And the PGA pro said he would bring Penfolds GRANGE. After we drank Barolo.

Wine challenges are fun in the hospitality industry but can and will cost you your 2001 Silver Oak Napa. ouch....

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Reply by dvogler, Mar 6, 2014.

Ahhh, which begs the question...what vintage of Grange?

I save scrap copper from plumbing jobs I do (which at first my boss told me was a waste of time, until I handed him the $100 I got).  Now we save it up and buy a few biggies.  I told him I wanted the 2008 Grange (100pts), which was $599 here.  The problem is that we shouldn't touch it for at least a decade, so he said forget it!  Hopefully your man brings the 90, 91 or 96 :)

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Reply by William Djubin, Mar 6, 2014.

Fingers crossed and more Ben Glaetzer wines.

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Reply by William Djubin, Mar 6, 2014.

Amen.

 


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