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yesilovewine
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posted 10-24-2013 07:54 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
Soda Rock Sauv. Blanc. Very nice wine with that crisp, citrus element that we enjoy. Great color and aromas of grapefruit, easy to drink ( dangerously so) and pairs well with roasted lemon chicken.

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yesilovewine
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posted 10-05-2013 05:37 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
We went to a fundraising wine event last night and had the pleasure of tasting several library wines from around the world. One of the choices was a Cab from Kamera, I place I've never heard of or about, in Sonoma County.
This was a delightful wine, 2003 I think, and it showed me that Sonoma Cabs can certainly stand up to ones from Napa. -Not looking for a fight here, honest !!
This wine has all the richness and silkiness of a Napa wine, and to me, the flavor has held quite well. DH wasn't so sure on that point, but I believe that this was made in a more elegant style to begin with so it wasn't meant to carry that bold flavor in the first place.

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yesilovewine
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posted 10-03-2013 07:00 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
I know y'all do't believe me when I talk about Frick, but his wines are just delicious.
Tonight we enjoyed the 2009 Counoise= a delightful, medium bodied red with great dark fruit flavor, a little cranberry (maybe) and a spiciness that emboldens the wine and makes it drinkable on its own or with food. We bought it as a Merlot alternative, and I'd stand by that decision even now.

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yesilovewine
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posted 05-04-2013 07:31 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
Greetings friends!
My goodness, if this board gets any slower it will be stopped!!!
We enjoyed a most lovely wine that I want to share about...
2005 Wilson "Vineman" Cabernet Sauvignon...
My,My, MY this is an absolutely beautiful Cab with great structure that allows it to open like a book on your palate. I have a head cold and still it tasted wonderful; hate to think about how awesome it would be without the cold to interfere. this wine rolls out with aromas of dark berries- some cherry and maybe blackberry- and on the mid palate you get that "whatever it is that makes Cabs so good" some tannin, a little spice...and the finish is just like silk.
I wish we had more of this one...
If anyone is headed to Wilson in the near future, I'd surely pick up some of this wine, regardless of vintage, and explore it over time. It reminded me of why we liked Cabs to begin with

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yesilovewine
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posted 03-23-2013 07:22 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
Have a few items to report....
2009 Bella Rose'- somewhat more tannic than I remembered, this is still a lovely wine in the glass as the Grenache/Syrah blend gives it a richer color than most, IMO. It has a brambly element that I didn't remember, but if your food is a rich meat or you've got a savory sauce this will still work. We had it with grilled pork chops glazed with sorghum
2010 Angeline Sauv. Blanc by Martin Ray-
Just as delightful as when we first had it at Harvest time, this is a crisp, light wine with a little lemon on the palate. We paired it with peel-and-eat shrimp and green salad
Merry Edwards' 2010 Pinots- Wondering what I was doing with Pinots, aren't you???
I don't think I talked about our seminar in Charleston that was moderated by Merry herself. The topic was terroir and single vineyard production; Merry used her different vineyard locations to discuss the
effect on the wine. IMO, she made a big mistake in using all young wines because frankly, I couldn't tell any difference among them...and I was looking for it. My notes are put away, but her 5 releases from the fall were what she brought. If I were going to Sonoma looking for Pinots of great quality, I'd be disappointed by these. Again, could be that they are young wines and will show more "stuff" as they get a little older, but in March '13 the 2010's were just boring light red wines to us.
I like that she is so engaged in the process, but I feel like -as with other winemakers- it all starts to taste the same over time because they get a flavor profile in mind and subconsciously make the same thing over and over. We had 5 or 6 wines from the same vintage, but different vineyards, in a horizontal flight and neither me, Left Brain, or the man sitting next to us from Pennsylvania could taste any difference among the wines...same/same across the board.
If I had used only this seminar as a guide, I would still think that the whole "terroir effect" was a myth; thank Heaven for the Mauritson Rockpile Flight!!
I didn't know that Merry was the original winemaker at Matanzas Creek, by the way.

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yesilovewine
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posted 02-19-2013 06:56 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
Greetings all.
We had the last of our Roessler Cellars wines- All gone.
It was the 2009 Roessler Cellars Red Label from Sonoma County.
this is a nice in-between pinot with great fruit, a little "bite" and a long finish, but only a medium bodied mouthfeel. Would recommend for pairing with smoked meat as it really does have a bold fruit component, and because it has that little bite to it I think it could easily go with a pot roast or a hearty stew as well. this is not as "Big" as the Blue Jay, still our favorite, but it is robust enough to hold its own with big food flavors.

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yesilovewine
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posted 02-11-2013 05:48 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
We enjoyed our last bottle of the Passalaqua 2006 Cabernet last night. Such a beautiful wine- in all aspects. Its color is deep red, the nose is rich and engaging ( my " you want to swim in it" rule definitely applies), and it is as smooth as silk from start to VERY long finish.

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damombo
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posted 01-30-2013 02:03 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for damombo   Click Here to Email damombo     Edit/Delete Message
It seems that my painting goes on forever - I'm losing interest in it and there is still a bit to go...
The only thing that keeps me going is the thought that I can reward my hard work with a lovely glass of wine! Only problem, I seem to give myself rewards for less and less work...

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yesilovewine
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posted 01-29-2013 05:00 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
Hiya D'.
We are fine, thanks for asking. We are busy with Life, as is everyone else! Business travel, our eldest son's completion of Grad' School and the building of our next home are the current project list...I'm in the midst of that "sort-to-pack" stage. I'm woprking on a memory quilt for our son, so that takes some time, too.
How 'bout you? Finished painting yet?

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damombo
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posted 01-29-2013 10:57 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for damombo   Click Here to Email damombo     Edit/Delete Message
I'm sad that we didn't make it to Audelssa in October. We were having so much fun at Glen Lyon with Squire that time just slipped away! Perhaps next time...

I'll have to check at our local Spec's to see if they have this Red Splash - always nice to have an inexpensive house red!

How are things going, Yes? You are in the midst of another move?

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yesilovewine
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posted 01-28-2013 10:55 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
We enjoyed a bottle of Audelssa's 2008 Tempest over the weekend. Such a luscious wine with rich flavors of dark red fruits and a silky finish. Lord! I love this wine...

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yesilovewine
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posted 01-22-2013 12:17 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
We enjoyed a bottle of DeLorimier 2006 Cab with dinner over the weekend. Nice wine.
Still a little tannic for us, but not so much to make it unenjoyable.
Also finally found the latest release of the Red Splash by St. Francis. This vintage ( 2008) is Merlot based with some Cab, Petite Syrah, Zin and others..don't recall the entire list.
Its pretty tasty for a $10 bottle of "leftovers". Not as good as the 2006 blend, but better than '07. If you need a versatile "house" red wine, this could be the one to adopt.

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Hawkeye
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posted 12-22-2012 03:37 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Hawkeye   Click Here to Email Hawkeye     Edit/Delete Message
Hi Yes,

Tonight we opened a bottle of 2008 Mauritson Rockpile Ridge Zin. I had forgotten just how good the Rockpile Zin's can be. It was, as Damombo would say, "Jammy", with a very nice long finish. Very good.

-Lee

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damombo
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posted 12-17-2012 02:34 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for damombo   Click Here to Email damombo     Edit/Delete Message
Hi Yes! Merry Christmas Season to you!

I just checked my list - we have 3 of the 2009 and one of the 2010, but no 2008 Hopefully these vintages will be just as luscious!

We've been enjoying various Zins from Edmeades lately. We tasted their wines last April in Healdsburg, but now they only have a tasting room up north near Mendocino. I'm on their email list and when they sent a note recently with free or $1 shipping, I went ahead and got a case of their Perli Vineyard Zin - it has "damombo" written all over it! Jammy goodness - my fave

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yesilovewine
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posted 12-16-2012 05:05 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
Greetings All.
I hope that everyone is enjoying a lovely Holiday season.
We opened a bottle of Dutcher Crossing 2008 Proprietor's Reserve Syrah to serve with Maple Glazed Pork Chops the other night and it was a great pairing. That wine is so delicious- full bodied with enough tannin to enhance the food experience yet not "call attention to itself". I really like it and am happy to report we still have another bottle to enjoy another day.
I think that this wine would also work with something like a Beef Wellington or Rib Roast, so if you have something like that on your holiday dining plan, this wine would fit well, IMO.

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yesilovewine
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posted 11-20-2012 10:02 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
I think its Tina's influence; she loves her vines and they show their appreciation...!
We drank our last Seghesio last year and didn't make it over this trip, so I'm in need of some replacements.
I was at Whole Foods today and got a real shock when I saw Hook and Ladder and Rock Wall wines represented. And Total Wine had Bella! Its so disconcerting to see those little places on the shelf like that; it makes them seem infinitely less special.

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wolfman
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posted 11-20-2012 08:07 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for wolfman   Click Here to Email wolfman     Edit/Delete Message
An additional note about the Armida Maple Zin. I also opened a bottle of Seghesio Zin (non-Rockpile) just for a comparison. I knew what to expect, but I think it made me appreciate the Armida even more. I definitely need to buy some more during my February trip!

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wolfman
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posted 11-20-2012 08:03 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for wolfman   Click Here to Email wolfman     Edit/Delete Message
Well, we used to get caught up in the hype around Beaujolais Nouveau and Beaujolais-Villages (Louis Jadot) when we sold wine. But then I realized that I really didn't like the wine very much. The running joke was, "You can't have turkey without the Beaujolais!"

Now, we much prefer a bottle of King Estate Pinor Noir and King Estate Pinot Gris. Both red and white are covered and everyone is happy!

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yesilovewine
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posted 11-19-2012 04:10 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
Hmmm, that's a good one.
Trying to decide what's for Turkey Day, right now. Maybe a Pinot. Any thoughts?

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wolfman
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posted 11-19-2012 12:50 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for wolfman   Click Here to Email wolfman     Edit/Delete Message
I will see your Dutcher's Crossing, and raise you an Armida 2008 Maple Zin!

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yesilovewine
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posted 11-19-2012 12:39 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
AHH....
Maple Zin...YUM BUNNIES!!! Dutcher Crossing 2007- still as lovely as the first time we drank it.

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wolfman
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posted 11-18-2012 12:35 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for wolfman   Click Here to Email wolfman     Edit/Delete Message
Sure, I can appreciate a good meat loaf. Mine never tastes the same twice. You can post it here or send it to my email.

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yesilovewine
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posted 11-18-2012 12:09 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
Its probaby not all that special to a foodie, but its better that MY Mom's .
Do you want the recipe?

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wolfman
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posted 11-17-2012 06:15 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for wolfman   Click Here to Email wolfman     Edit/Delete Message
I love the "What is yesilovewine drinking?" thread! I would also love to hear more about this meatloaf!

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yesilovewine
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posted 10-31-2012 09:25 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
We opened the first bottle from our trip tonight.
the Angeline Sauvignon Blanc. My! My! My! that is some good wine.
Tropical aromas from the get-go with a crisp, bright flavor that I say is grapefruit and Left Brain says is "tropical fruit". This is light to medium bodied wine, it doesn't linger for long on your tongue but the fruit is so solid that the flavor hangs on and on. Its one of those " just one more sip" kind of wines that could get you in a heap o' trouble on a hot day; seriously, I could thoroughly enjoy a whole bottle and not feel full or like I'd "had too much", its that refreshing.
Went well with both shrimp-topped salad and a salmon/scallop combo.

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yesilovewine
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posted 09-27-2012 05:19 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
We had another good Pinot last night---getting to be a theme here, it would appear! Guess I'll need to start taking that wine more seriously, huh?
Harvest Moon 2008 RRV Pinot- very nice. I'd like it better if it were bit more full-bodied and a little longer on the finish, but the flavor and aroma were great; some black cherry, a hint of smoke, and I think some vanilla along with smooth tannins made it a great pair with prociutto-wrapped chicken.

[This message has been edited by yesilovewine (edited 09-27-2012).]

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yesilovewine
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posted 08-24-2012 08:46 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
DELICIOUS Pinot from Roessler Cellars-
Blue Jay from Anderson Valley. Smooth as silk and very well balanced, this wine is just great with duck or beef.
More full-bodied than most Pinots, this would rate as a Cab drinkers alternative; those who favor the "European Style" Pinot probably wouldn't care for this one, its too robust.

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yesilovewine
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posted 08-15-2012 07:47 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
I realize that the following is not a Sonoma wine, but as Washington has no spin-off here I wanted to give props to this great wine.
Robert Ramsay Syrah- a delish red wine that was such a surprise! I had forgotten about it until we had it with meatloaf this evening ( This aint your mama's meatloaf, folks), but it is a really well rounded and balanced wine with great spiciness yet not overbearing. Have no idea if it would ever be available on the East Coast, but if you get a crack at some I would recommend it.

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yesilovewine
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posted 08-08-2012 08:55 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
I am confident that you will enjoy Frick...its off the beaten track but well worth the drive, IMO.

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RC456
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posted 08-08-2012 08:02 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for RC456     Edit/Delete Message
yes,

Have not been to Frick. Will put on list for next trip.

Cline is a busy place. If you can get their Viognier and possibly the Four Whites locally, then to me that would suffice. Their Mourvedre in the reds was quite good. Was not overly impressed with their Zins, which is supposed to be their strength. I did buy their AV Zin just to have on hand for my brother when they visit.

We were really taken in by Lynmar. Definitely a PN house and reasonably priced. But, as I said, I did like the one Chard.

Glad you will have more time this visit, and sad that it will be a while for your return.

RC

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yesilovewine
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posted 08-08-2012 05:37 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
RC,
I do believe we travel in similar cirlces in Sonoma!...we love the HM Gwertz,and Dry Creek Vineyard's Fume'. Sbragia was not a good experience for us, so probably won't return but we will definitely be spending time in the north county as there are Rockpile Reds to be found!
Frick is on our list for Rhones- if you haven't been you must go- he's a great fellow and his wines are delish. That man knows his grapes and listening to him talk wine is just fascinating. The Grenache Blanc is wonderful.
Lynmar has been mentioned to me at least 3 times, so I think they are a must at this point.
My interest in Merry Edwards really stems from the consistently high scores it receives from multiple reviewers...with a little luck they will pour at Harvest Fair and we can try it there...but I don't know if their production is high enough.
You know, Cline is always so busy we end up leaving without tasting and so our experience with them is limited to what we find at Trader Joe's..and it hasn't been all that stellar. But, in fairness, I haven't tried the whites so we'll try to stop there one more time...its on the way in or out, so no biggie.- And I really do like Viognier...
Luckily we are building some extra time into this trip so we should be able to make a good dent in my bucket list of visits. Un-luckily it will be the last for quite a while.

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RC456
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posted 08-08-2012 03:43 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for RC456     Edit/Delete Message
yesilovewine,

We asked for a later shipment as well and was surprised when it arrived....I saw the host write it on the invoice. Just wasn't followed.

Definitely Lynmar....The Laguna Ridge Chard is great and in my opinion a very good value at $20. Light, crisp, with acidity: drinks more like a SB. Tasted in May as only a "OK, I'll try it, but really just interested in your Pinot Noir".....wound up buying several bottles. These we have not opened, but do not appear on the surface to have suffered like the PN did in shipping. We liked the feel of the Lynmar Winery: a little commercial feel on the inside, but the patio with the vineyards and garden adjacent were very welcoming to stay a while. We'll be returning to Lynmar on future trips.

I have had Merry Edwards out, but have not visited nor have any at home. So, I can't really give you direction there. I know that they produce RRV SB: that is what I have had and was quite good. However, their price on a SB is on the higher side than some comparable in taste for less. I can get Cakebread SB for less and to me, hard to beat.

You mentioned Rhones: don't forget about Cline for the Rhone whites: Viognier ($10 - $12) and their Marsanne Roussanne (under $20). Only have a bottle or 2 left from our September 2011 trip/purchase.

Dry Creek Winery. For low cost (under $20) whites, hard to beat. SB, Chenin Blanc, Fume Blanc, & Chards. Pair up the Fume Blanc w/ Havarti cheese.....really good!

If you make it to the north end of Dry Creek, drop in (up, really) on Sbragia for some whites. Their SB is very good for the price and if they are running a special on their Home Ranch or Gamble Ranch Chard is worth a purchase. I bought both under $20 in May.

Harvest Moon: If you like Gewurzt, he has a dry and bright that is really good.

Not trying to add more stops.....we usually go out with more intentions than able to keep, right?! But, if driving by, may want to give a try.

Hope y'all have a great trip! Will be looking forward to the report afterwards.

RC

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yesilovewine
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posted 08-08-2012 06:27 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
Hi RC.
Glad you're still out there! So sorry about your wine; we are concerned about a shipment too- St. Francis' Pagani Vineyard Zin is being discontinued so we ordered several bottles and asked that it be held until cooler September....well, someone didn't get the memo and it showed up yesterday. I will cry A LOT if that is cooked as there is no more to be had...ever.

Still working on our plan for this fall- its extended due to very likely being the last for some time, so there is a lot to consider. We are focused on Rockpile this time, but I'm trying to pitch for at least one day of Rhones. We have also agreed that we need to look more closely into whites now, since the summers on the East coast are so conducive to the lighter wines - Gotta love a bright white on the porch in mid-July!!
I'm thinking Merry Edwards and Lynmar for checking the whites- do you agree?

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RC456
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posted 08-07-2012 06:27 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for RC456     Edit/Delete Message
yesilovewine,

You are not alone over here on the Sonoma side! I peek in most every day to see what is going on here as well as the Napa side. I may not chime in that much, though. I think that my wife & I are probably the weirdest wineaux's (as Hawkeye would say) out there! We absolutely love Napa & Sonoma. Love the wines and everything about the wineries. Have thoroughly enjoyed the learning process for the last 10 years or so. We just don't drink that much wine! We will go weeks without opening a bottle....then get on a streak of a bottle or two a week. Last night we opened the first bottle in at least a month.....Lynmar Pinot Noir that we had purchased on last May trip. Unfortunately, it was 'cooked'. Cork up & tasting metally.....down the drain it went along with some of my tears.

Bryan over at Windsor Oaks labeled us "Artisan Wine Drinkers", just as there are artisan wineries. Theory somewhat the same......select low production for the wineries & select low consumption for the wine drinker (us). I sort of like that moniker.

So, keep posting the wines you have....I'm taking notes for the next trip out or when out to eat and picking a wine for dinner!

RC

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yesilovewine
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posted 08-05-2012 12:25 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
Oh, I think that you are definitely a Jolly Joker! Nothing peculiar about that; keeps things interesting.
Seeing only me on the thread for so long does sorta give the appearance that I had me in mind when I re-started it, so just wanted to be sure that there's no misunderstanding on that!
Its been so slow on this board that I was afraid I'd scared folks away with all my posting!!!

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damombo
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posted 08-05-2012 11:47 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for damombo   Click Here to Email damombo     Edit/Delete Message
yeah, sorry, sometimes my sense of humor is... well... peculiar?

Birthday was very nice, thank you!

I just called Edmeades - no longer a tasting room in Healdsburg. Boooo!!

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yesilovewine
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posted 08-05-2012 11:30 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
AHH, The Jolly Joker!
Well, oddly enough, I think that I saw wine from Edmeads at Total Wine recently. As a matter of fact, I am seeing a LOT of wines that we thought were "only available at the winery" at total wine of late...Talty, Truett Huerst, Bella to name a few.
By the way, Happy Birthday...late. Did you have fun?

[This message has been edited by yesilovewine (edited 08-05-2012).]

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damombo
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posted 08-05-2012 08:16 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for damombo   Click Here to Email damombo     Edit/Delete Message
Hi Yes - I know, I was poking fun

Do add them to your list - we were there at the end of a fairly long day, but we felt certain that our palates weren't fooling us, at it turned out that we were right! Their tasting room is attached to Murphy-Goode - OH NO!! I just went to their webpage to make sure, and it says they have a new tasting room in Mendocino with no mention of the one in Healdsburg!! And since it is 8:15 in California, I doubt anyone is there to answer a phone... I'll try to remember to call them later today. Bummer - if they are no longer in Healdsburg, I don't know if we will be tasting their wines again
I don't have any plans for visiting Mendocino, but perhaps we will have to start widening our explorations.

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yesilovewine
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posted 08-04-2012 07:16 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
Hi D'.
This was intended to be a Collective "WE" for everyone....guess the memo got lost.
Friends of ours were very impressed with Edmeads on their last visit. We may have to try them next trip.

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damombo
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posted 07-30-2012 11:16 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for damombo   Click Here to Email damombo     Edit/Delete Message
Hi - thought I'd jump into "What is YesIlovesmesomewine drinking"

We opened a bottle of Edmeades 2007 Perli Vineyard Zin on Saturday and I immediately went to their website to see if there was any left. No such luck. Glad we have 4 more bottles!! Sorry you can't have any!

Oh my word it was luscious. My favorite kind of zin - big and JAMMY and yummy. <sigh> Guess I'll have to go to our local wine store to see if they have any...

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