Bob Parsons Alberta. wrote:...BTW I seem to have a serious white wine problem right now! Have just been out there buying too many and they seem to be piling up!! Probably have around 9 mixed cases of the stuff...Germany, Alsace, Oz Rieslings, Viogniers from all over the place, Pinot Gris, S French whites, the list goes on!!
Bob Parsons Alberta. wrote:Thanks David, in your opinion how untypical were the `03s?!!
Otto Nieminen wrote:Bob Parsons Alberta. wrote:Thanks David, in your opinion how untypical were the `03s?!!
Not David but hope you don't mind if I jump in. 03, like elsewhere, lacked acidity. And acidity is what Muscadet (and all wines, actually and naturally) is about.
And good for you for drinking my darling Muscadet I've been having problems getting M here, so I've only drunk a case during the past ½ year. I would usually go through more.
creightond wrote:i probably wouldn't have been able to identify most of them blind. heavy without being really flavorful. what actually puzzles me is how they managed to stay under the 12.5% alcohol maximum allowed by the appellation! did they get a special dispensation from the authorities to go over? meleoration?
he `03 Ch de Chasseloir, Chereau Carre..cuvee des ceps centenaire. Nice shrimp to go with it!! Hows that Rahsaan, replying to your question of the other day!!