James Roscoe wrote:Are you saying the middle class is F####d on the premier stuff? Or are you a little less crass than I am? I was hoping to win the lottery so it wouldn't matter. Of course I have to play to win. Then there are those damn priorities, like family and stuff....
Manuel Camblor wrote:Cubillo is the one wine from LdH I don't buy. Never quite liked it.
Like I said...
Dale Williams wrote:worse part is that's the best offer on the village Chambolle I've seen.
And the prices on the MSD 1er Bussieres are even worse.
Both used to be sub-$40, not long ago.
There's always more wine.
James Roscoe wrote:Such is life.
JoePerry wrote:James Roscoe wrote:Such is life.
Yeah, but I'm 27 with less than 200 bottles in the cellar... it's going to be a long painful road of wine buying for me over the next 50 years.
JoePerry wrote:I'm hoping for an Omega Man scenario where it's just me, a bunch of beatnik zombies, and all the wine cellars in the world for my choosing.
James Roscoe wrote:Family or wine? Damn tough choices.
Rod Miller wrote:In case you didn't notice the dollAR IS weak. Another reason to fill your cellar with us wines. Bargins can be found with new wineries or shops going out of busines.
Sam Platt wrote:I ran across the 2005 Domaine Rossignol-Trapet Gevrey-Chambertin at a local store for almost $48/bottle. That's more than twice what I paid for the '03 vintage. I simply can't continue to buy Burgs at those prices. It seems that people are being chased out of the market. I am finding much better QPR in the low end Bordeaux.
JoePerry wrote:(and, yes, I do think there should be tax implications for the number of kids people have).
Dan Donahue wrote:It isn't just the dollar versus the euro. I just got an offer for the '05 Sea Smoke Botella at $70. I suppose I'll find it for less if I want, but the '02 version was selling on the shelves for $26.
I'm having a lot of fun exploring the many non-mainstream Italian wines. Still many bargains to be had.
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