Bill Hooper wrote:I really was going to buy and drink a cabernet from the US or Chile. I was going to post tasting notes on it. But it just didn't happen. I just couldn't do it. New world Cabernet is just too damn boring (IMNSHO). I promise I'll participate next month -Even if it's Australian Shiraz or some such thing
Otto Nieminen wrote:Bandol! Yaaay! Bob, I guess we should move the Open Mike Bandol thread down here (or if Robin will be kind enough to do so with his magic wand?).
A pity we only have one Bandol over here. Not sure I'll be very active this month.
Carl Eppig (Middleton, NH wrote:Is there a Bandol that costs less than $20 U.S.? The least expensive one around here is Domaine Gros Nore for $20.99 U.S.
James Roscoe wrote:...but how does it deserve an entire month? I'm not opposed, I just need to hear why it's so great.
Otto Nieminen wrote:James Roscoe wrote:...but how does it deserve an entire month? I'm not opposed, I just need to hear why it's so great.
1) It smells of s**t
2) Most are still unspoofulated
3) I say so
5) despite the cheapes good ones being in the 15-20€ it still is good QPR
6) etc. ad inf
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