707 254 5290 1508 Fairway
Calistoga, CA 94515
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  • CT (if you trust 'em) had the drink by window 2010 - 2016 and tasting notes were all positive with only 2 out of 21 scores less than 90. The slight bricking I mentioned was just that or maybe just the way this sangio appears normally.Bottom line - this '04 Brunello was in a great place and we thoroughly enjoyed it. Read More

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  • Nice update OT, looks like a lot of fun wines.Mike sold me on the Weitz when I saw him last...that '13 looks great, and surprised to see the stated abv under 15, already knew '13 figured to have more structure and freshness as well but can't complain about my cache of 2012's. So yeah, I've doubled my Carter collection from one to two bottles, 1s... Read More

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  • Nice, cool vintage. Thanks for the reminder on Alesia, I didn't know this was their 2nd label.Can't wait to hear what the prices will be for those hillside "reserve" wines they have in barrel.  Read More

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  • Well, my last volunteer wine pouring at the Wine in the Water Park event for 2015 was completed last night.  We had the threat of rain and it did sprinkle a little bit while we were setting up, but overall the rain held off and the crowd was decent so a good time was had by all.  We served a few new wines last night, including a Tempranillo from... Read More

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  • Don't draw too many conclusions about WA vs Australia from such a small sample size, but I agree with DV - it's always great when you prefer the less expensive wine. The Australian wine is from a much bigger company, so they can achieve economies of scale that Gott can't match, but I know what you're talking about when you talk about a "grapey" ... Read More

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  • or Spam begets Spam, eh Greg?I think I'll start a "For the Love of Spam" website and blog.I considered posting a link to an article from Wine Align (Canadian Wine site) that talks about this years' weather and harvest in BC and that it could be as problematic as a cold, wet vintage.  Ah what the heck, I will anyway.  I cut and pasted the article... Read More

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  • EMark, it showed cedar. graphite and a hint of tobacco leaf up front. The fruit was dark and lovely and the tannins firm. We were entertaining so I was enjoying more than taking notes. I decanted it 3hrs prior and then rebottled before the guests arrived. Drank it about 1-1/2 hours later.Got a shiner of the '13 from Robin the other day. Will fol... Read More

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  • Politics aside, I wish the Democrats would come up with a few better candidates.  Maybe I should run.  My platform would be wine reform of course.  I'm not sure what I would reform though.Yesterday started off with a very nice massage and then the late lunch at Seasons 52.  I ordered the acclaimed reds flight with a roasted Roma tomato flat brea... Read More

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  • I have a confession to make publicly. I am a Yeast Wrangler. In every fermentation, every harvest, I try to get inside the minds of these tiny fungi and discern what they want to eat, how they would like to be treated, and what temperature they would like their environment to be. They make the wine and winemakers try to keep them happy. They are... Read More

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  • Very tasty looking short ribs.  Two bottles in the sauce?  That sounds expensive.I'm sure you all you guys watched the 2nd GOP debate last night.  We were at Sandra's parents house for the JV team debate (our usual Wednesday evening dinner thing with them) and then we hustled back to our house just in time for the big boy debate that went on for... Read More

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