John - Santa Clara wrote:Holy Mackerel! You mean I have to (gasp, choke) PLAN AHEAD??!!
I have to open a white tomorrow, probably a SB, either CA or NZ, depending on how I feel tomorrow afternoon. The weekend will by a Dry Creek Valley zin. No idea which one; I have half a dozen brands and half a dozen years to browse around with.........
Call me a butterfly!
James Roscoe wrote:I'll be going to a wine festival this weekend. Hortan will be pouring there. I will definitely give their Norton a try and report back. Can anyone else get their hands on some Norton over the weekend?
OW Holmes wrote:Sounds like a heck of a lot of fun. I gather that there can be several open mike wines and since I've never heard of yours, Robin, I'll wait for other suggestions, or post my own.
In our state, we are expecting 95 degrees and 90 percent humidity, so I hope someone will select a crisp white to go with that kind of stuff.
wrcstl wrote:I really like the idea but even though I consider myself somewhat of a wine geek I am with OW, never heard of your wine. What the heck they serving down in Kentucky?
Bob Parsons Alberta. wrote:A further thought. Perhaps we could post the wine we are tasting early in the week so we can get out and look around without a big last minute panic.
Bob Ross wrote:Sounds like fun, Robin. How about announcing the wine on Wednesday, with notes to be posted Friday, Saturday, Sunday or Monday.
Using Wine Searcher Pro, I see only two retailers with any Marenco in New Jersey. Only eight with any Brachetto d'Acqui by any maker.
Bob Parsons Alberta. wrote:Dr L created a fair amount of comment last month and Netscape picked up on it. Great stuff!! Don`t know if sales went up LOL>
Bill Buitenhuys wrote:I see the Banfi/Vigna Regale brachetto everywhere I go.