Otto Nieminen wrote:I'll soon be drinking a Moulin-à-Vent 2004 from Drouhin (who rocks, BTW). Any interest in sharing a delightful Cru, maybe even from the same year, with me?
Robin Garr wrote:Perhaps we could mention it on the WLDG forum as well, but encourage folks to post their actual TNs on this thread?
Jenise wrote:Anyway she had the 97 white. All her 97 reds were gone, but she still has 95 and now has some 98 (real cheap for the latter--$25). Have you had the 98? I bought several of each.
Have you heard from your friends?
As a show of solidarity, I bought the whites and several of both reds. She had just talked to her uncle in Lebanon yesterday morning.
Bob Parsons Alberta. wrote:Otto, some forumites are doing ESJ this weekend, which is great but none in this part of the world. My suggestion is to go ahead here with Drouhin this weekend as I am geared up with some wines. Do it here, as we are tasting Gamay. What do you think?
James Roscoe wrote:The only Drouhin listed on the webste for my BAWS is a 1998. It's $16.99. Should I go for it?
The website is not always reliable, but the thought of eight year old bojo does wet the appettite.
Bob Parsons Alberta. wrote:Looked at the notes on cellar-tracker for Morgon, mine does not taste anything like that!! Yup, its Beaujolais and blind I would have said "villages" but not this time folks.
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