Some comments:Argiolas Costamolino Vermentino di Sardegna
– I think it was a 2012, actually. Agree with your notes. 2005 Guyon Volnay Clos des Chenes
– definitely different. Hard, in a way it's owner wasn't happy with. Showed more like a Pommard than a Volnay. 1988 Ch. Clerc Milon
– What you said. 2001 Ch. Moulin Rouge
– And again. 1994 Ch. Ducru Beaucaillou
– Exceptional for the vintage. But at peak. I don't have another bottle but if I did I would plan to drink the others over the next two years. 1999 San Lorenzo Sassotondo
– I had never even heard of the Ciliegiolo grape. Good wine, though.2004 Perticaia Montefalco Sagrantino
– What you said. 2001 Errazuriz Chadwick
– Decanted for about two hours, and completely ready to drink at this point. You said, "Much better than a previous bottle." You brought one to lunch a few years ago that we kind of argued about. I didn't like it at all, found it nasty green and weedy. Neither of us thought it was cork taint, but I knew I'd have never bought the wine (you and I sampled it at the same tasting and our wines came from the same source) if it had been green like your bottle. None of my three bottles--this was the last--had any trace of that.
01994 Ch. Bouscasse Madiran
(Alain Brumont) – "damn it if Jenise didn’t go straight to Tannat" . Neener, neener.