John S wrote:OK, I'll play as well - 13 wines and 33 wines in common with my cellar. More than I thought it would be, as I don't access US sources.
Dale Williams wrote:only 34 with the nutty professor
David M. Bueker wrote:Dale-I am not shocked by that number.
Given the general consistency in terms of preferred wine styles I am surprised by some of the lower numbers.
Eric LeVine wrote:I have 29 wines in common with Jenise.
There has to be some sort of degrees of Kevin Bacon game we can play here.
Mark Lipton wrote:Elements of commonality amongst us all seem to be: ESJ, Cowan Cellars, Baudry and Ridge. The surprise for me is that we seem to concur more on the subject of American wines than European, since I strongly suspect that most of our holdings are stacked in favor of European wines.
Jenise wrote:Hmmm...when I make the same query, I get 31. Did you go shopping since your earlier post? I didn't! Interesting (thought not terribly surprising) that though we both live in Washington, we have only three WA wines in common. The rest are Bordeaux, three vintages of Fonseca ports, and a few Rhones.
Speaking of Kevin Bacon, only one degree here. His long-time assistant was my next door neighbor growing up.