WTN /WineAdvisor: Re-thinking Chardonnay (Kali Hart 2003 Monterey Chard)

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Re: WTN /WineAdvisor: Re-thinking Chardonnay (Kali Hart 2003

Postby James G. Lester » Sun Jan 14, 2007 4:08 pm

Howie,
That is a good time for us to get away as vine buds will have burst a month and a half earlier and the first sprays will be on the vines. I am also going to try to make it to MoCool this year too.

It will be fun to meet everyone.

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Re: WTN /WineAdvisor: Re-thinking Chardonnay (Kali Hart 2003

Postby James Roscoe » Sun Jan 14, 2007 4:52 pm

Howie Hart wrote:I am currently planning NiagaraCOOL '07 for the weekend of June 23-24. Saturday will be a day-trip to the Finger Lakes, probably organized by Ed Draves. Sunday will be a local picnic. More details will be posted as the time draws near. I am plannig on going to MOCOOL again this year also, so James and James, I'm sure I'll have the opportunity to share some of my wines with you. 8)


I'm planning to be there, wether or not JB makes it.

Paul B. I have a bottle of 2000 Horton Norton I am saving for this. You have to come too!
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Re: WTN /WineAdvisor: Re-thinking Chardonnay (Kali Hart 2003

Postby Carl Eppig » Sun Jan 14, 2007 5:38 pm

Sorry getting in late on this one, but would like to add that anytime one finds oneself on the Monterey Penninsula you should shoot up the Carmel Valley to Talbotts tasting room. Not only can you taste you way through some lovely Pinots and Chardonnays (prefer the Pinots), but their true outlet shop across the street is a great place to pick up ties and shirts at fantastic savings. The distaff folks would love the silk remanents in the back room. My wife usally spends more on the later that I spend on ties, shirts, and wine combined.
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