When he released that $100 Lake Cab, I thought that was the most insane thing I'd ever done see'd. Little...LITTLE...did I know it was only the first crest of the wave.
Somewhat like Tom don't think CA cabs are worth what the really good ones demand. Can't force myselft to spend more than $50 on domestic stuff....
I was fortunate to know people in the valley who were good friends of Boots & Al and had the use of his beautiful grounds for birthday celebrations etc., to which I was lucky to be invited.
Fond memories I am sure for those who knew him personally.
Randy Buckner wrote:Same here, Lou. I went to a large BBQ there when a trade friend turned 40. Terrific spot for such events. Do you know who owns/runs the place now?
Jenise wrote:Didn't know Al, but in the last year I've had the 78 Red Rock twice and the 78 Gravelly Meadow once. Great, great wines, a testament to his belief in the differences of his vineyard. (Put me down for the Red Rock.)
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