behdadjoon Amazing! 5d

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behdadjoon And the there's this 1w

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behdadjoon You know, why the hell not? 1w
  •   jeremygiesbrecht Indeed! 1w
  •   barrel_and_vine Awesome. Enjoy! #cheers 1w
  •   blomutz Could you describe this 76 ? :) 1w
  •   behdadjoon @blomutz Soft but lovely like only an aged Bordeaux can be. Reasonable colour for its age and no fringing. Sweet and soft palette with fruits fading to sweet cherry, faded tobacco and spices, soft but present tannins, and a lingering musky finish. Definitely past its prime but not dead. I would not make an effort to go find it but if you stumble across it for a bargain price and you like the description above then have a go. Definitely do not need more than a bottle or two. 1w

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behdadjoon Charming! 1w
  •   vinparvinparvin @behdadjoon ah ! You must have had one of the rare good ones too :-) ! Rousseau 90's out of C,CdB & CSJ often are more than overrated ! 1w
  •   behdadjoon @vinparvinparvin not really. It was mediocre. Charming but not fabulous. I rave about them when they are. And you are correct. Rousseau 90s is largely overrated 1w
  •   vinparvinparvin @behdadjoon I never understood why their Mazis, CdRoche & Charmes could be so average. Totally unworthy of such a high-level (aspiring) domain. 1w
  •   behdadjoon @vinparvinparvin agree. I am selling all of mine. 95 and 96. It's a real shame as I usually find cdroche under rated. 1w

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behdadjoon When in Rome, drink Grand Cru white burg! 2w

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behdadjoon My able bodied assistant and an almost as lovely Conterno for lunch today! 2w

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behdadjoon No words for this as a specimen. As a wine, soft and past its peak. Direct from the chateau about a decade ago so provenance unquestionable. Caveat emptor. 2w

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behdadjoon 04 2w

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behdadjoon One must have patience for the big reveal 2w

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behdadjoon Beautiful 2w

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behdadjoon Tuscan sunsets don't need filters 2w

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behdadjoon Enjoying antipasti in the Tuscan sunshine (yes, with Jacques Selosse along for cultural diversity)! 2w
  •   wineihad Selosse rules 2w
  •   behdadjoon @wineihad yes, but when in Toscana, one must respect the terroir. So I only opened a simple Initial ;) 2w
  •   wineihad Personally I love italian food, but not a fan of italian wines... 2w
  •   wineihad I only like some few producers in piedmont. 2w
  •   behdadjoon @wineihad I agree by and large. But I enjoy trying new things in situ especially. When in Rome, drink 64 la mission, as they say :) 2w
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behdadjoon With a small dessert 2w

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behdadjoon And a small dessert 2w

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behdadjoon And a wee dram on the side 2w

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behdadjoon Light lunch 2w

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behdadjoon Discovering really lovely biodynamic Chardonnay in Tuscany! 2w

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behdadjoon May not look it, but this was awesome! 2w

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behdadjoon So this is clearly the funkiest wine I have ever had. 1998 Gravner. Biodynamic Italian Chardonnay. Seriously. Look at the colour! 3w

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behdadjoon Homemade torta di mirtilli! 3w

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