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Kurt
03-07-2009, 10:59 AM
I don't frequent the board but I see reference to you and wine all the time. Here is what I am drinking after solvang - fill me in.

3/19
2006
Volnay
Henri Boillot Volnay Frémiets 1er Cru
D’Angerville Volnay Clos des Ducs 1er Cru

Pommard
De Montille Pommard Rugiens 1er Cru
Beaune

Domaine des Croix Beaune Pertuisots 1er Cru
De Montille Beaune Grèves 1er Cru
Domaine des Croix Beaune Bressandes 1er Cru

Savigny-lès-Beaune
Bize Savigny-lès-Beaune Fournoux 1er Cru
Pavelot Savigny-lès-Beaune Dominode 1er Cru

Aloxe-Corton
Giroud Aloxe-Corton Guérets 1er Cru
Faiveley Corton Clos des Cortons Grand Cru

Nuits-St-Georges
Cathiard Nuits-St-Georges Aux Thorey 1er Cru
Chevillon-Chezeaux Nuits-St-Georges Les Porets 1er Cru
Grivot Nuits-St-Georges Boudots 1er Cru
Mugnier Nuits-St-Georges Clos de la Maréchale 1er Cru

Vosne-Romanée
Grivot Vosne-Romanée Beaux Monts 1er Cru
Burguet Vosne-Romanée Les Rouges du Dessus 1er Cru

Vougeot
Grivot Clos Vougeot Grand Cru
Chambolle-Musigny
Lignier-Michelot Chambolle-Musigny Cuvée Jules 1er Cru
Mugnier Chambolle-Musigny
Roumier Chambolle-Musigny

Morey-St-Denis
Lignier-Michelot Morey-St-Denis En la Rue de Vergy
Roumier Morey-St-Denis Clos de la Bussière 1er Cru

Gevrey-Chambertin
Bachelet Gevrey-Chambertin Vieilles Vignes
Burguet Gevrey-Chambertin Mes Favorites
Fourrier Gevrey-Chambertin Aux Echézeaux

3/20
CDP
1990 CHATEAU RAYAS (P. 100)
1986 CHATEAU RAYAS
1989 BONNEAU CELESTINS (P. 99)
2000 DOMAINE PEGAU, CUVEE DE CAPO (P. 100)
2003 DOMAINE PEGAU, CUVEE RESERVE (P. 95/98)
2005 CLOS ST. JEAN DEUX EX MACHINA (P. 1000
2003 MONDOREE PLUM PEINTRE (P. 99/100)
1998 MONDOREE REINE DE BOIS (P. 99)
1998 CHATEAU RAYAS (P. 95)
1990 DOMAINE DE MARCOUX, V.V. (P. 96)
1990 DOMAINE DE MARCOUX (P. 90)
1990 DOMAINE BEAURENARD, BOISRENARD” (P. 95)
2001 DOMAINE CAILLOU RESERVE (P. 98)
2003 BEAUCASTEL HOMAGE PERRIN (P. 95)
2003 ROGER SABON, SECRET DE SABON (P. 96)
1989 LA NERTHE, CADETTES (P. 91/93)
1989 DOMAINE JANASSE VIE. VIGNES
1990 CHATEAU GARDINE, GENERATIONS (P. 93)
1989 CHATEAU GARDINE, GENERATIONS
1990 CHATEAU BEAUCASTEL (P. 95)
1995 CHATEAU BEAUCASTEL (P. 92)

Pete Serotta
03-07-2009, 11:04 AM
Am I and TOm Brynes invited :beer: . I know little about European reds and mostly have Calis, Washington/Oregon, and some Chile.


Naturally I am will to learn. Mike Grotz from CYCLESPORT is also coming to SOLVANG.. He really knows his wines and also LOVES to learn and drink anytime.

old_school
03-07-2009, 02:55 PM
I know little about European reds and mostly have Calis.

Call your doctor if you experience an erection lasting longer than 4 hours. :)

Smiley
03-07-2009, 02:58 PM
Thunder Bird
Mogan David 20/20
Boones Farm
:banana:

BumbleBeeDave
03-07-2009, 03:04 PM
Whyyyyy doooon't IIIIIIIIIIIII get to go to Soooooooooooolvang? :crap: ;)

BBD

William
03-07-2009, 03:34 PM
Everything you want to know about Reds can be found here.... :beer:

http://forums.thepaceline.net/showthread.php?t=13448&highlight=Red




William

Ahneida Ride
03-07-2009, 03:36 PM
Ripple
Boones Farm Apple

:rolleyes:

Ozz
03-07-2009, 04:10 PM
...I know little about European reds and mostly have Calis, Washington/Oregon....
+1

...just like an east coaster to reference WA and OR like they are a single State! ;)

Kurt
03-07-2009, 05:02 PM
Am I and TOm Brynes invited :beer: . I know little about European reds and mostly have Calis, Washington/Oregon, and some Chile.


Naturally I am will to learn. Mike Grotz from CYCLESPORT is also coming to SOLVANG.. He really knows his wines and also LOVES to learn and drink anytime.

I know Tom, he actually lives just around the block from me. please do give a call if you are ever in socal. I don't really drink ca wines, mostly barolo and others from that area - going to a Sandrone tasting in 20 minutes - and french, lots of cdp, burgs, etc. I also like some things from spain. the guy in cycling that knows what is what is jonathan vaughters - seems to have a decent budget which is the first step.

Steve in SLO
03-07-2009, 05:19 PM
I don't frequent the board but I see reference to you and wine all the time. Here is what I am drinking after solvang - fill me in.

3/19
2006
Volnay
Henri Boillot Volnay Frémiets 1er Cru
D’Angerville Volnay Clos des Ducs 1er Cru

Pommard
De Montille Pommard Rugiens 1er Cru
Beaune

Domaine des Croix Beaune Pertuisots 1er Cru
De Montille Beaune Grèves 1er Cru
Domaine des Croix Beaune Bressandes 1er Cru

Savigny-lès-Beaune
Bize Savigny-lès-Beaune Fournoux 1er Cru
Pavelot Savigny-lès-Beaune Dominode 1er Cru

Aloxe-Corton
Giroud Aloxe-Corton Guérets 1er Cru
Faiveley Corton Clos des Cortons Grand Cru

Nuits-St-Georges
Cathiard Nuits-St-Georges Aux Thorey 1er Cru
Chevillon-Chezeaux Nuits-St-Georges Les Porets 1er Cru
Grivot Nuits-St-Georges Boudots 1er Cru
Mugnier Nuits-St-Georges Clos de la Maréchale 1er Cru

Vosne-Romanée
Grivot Vosne-Romanée Beaux Monts 1er Cru
Burguet Vosne-Romanée Les Rouges du Dessus 1er Cru

Vougeot
Grivot Clos Vougeot Grand Cru
Chambolle-Musigny
Lignier-Michelot Chambolle-Musigny Cuvée Jules 1er Cru
Mugnier Chambolle-Musigny
Roumier Chambolle-Musigny

Morey-St-Denis
Lignier-Michelot Morey-St-Denis En la Rue de Vergy
Roumier Morey-St-Denis Clos de la Bussière 1er Cru

Gevrey-Chambertin
Bachelet Gevrey-Chambertin Vieilles Vignes
Burguet Gevrey-Chambertin Mes Favorites
Fourrier Gevrey-Chambertin Aux Echézeaux

3/20
CDP
1990 CHATEAU RAYAS (P. 100)
1986 CHATEAU RAYAS
1989 BONNEAU CELESTINS (P. 99)
2000 DOMAINE PEGAU, CUVEE DE CAPO (P. 100)
2003 DOMAINE PEGAU, CUVEE RESERVE (P. 95/98)
2005 CLOS ST. JEAN DEUX EX MACHINA (P. 1000
2003 MONDOREE PLUM PEINTRE (P. 99/100)
1998 MONDOREE REINE DE BOIS (P. 99)
1998 CHATEAU RAYAS (P. 95)
1990 DOMAINE DE MARCOUX, V.V. (P. 96)
1990 DOMAINE DE MARCOUX (P. 90)
1990 DOMAINE BEAURENARD, BOISRENARD” (P. 95)
2001 DOMAINE CAILLOU RESERVE (P. 98)
2003 BEAUCASTEL HOMAGE PERRIN (P. 95)
2003 ROGER SABON, SECRET DE SABON (P. 96)
1989 LA NERTHE, CADETTES (P. 91/93)
1989 DOMAINE JANASSE VIE. VIGNES
1990 CHATEAU GARDINE, GENERATIONS (P. 93)
1989 CHATEAU GARDINE, GENERATIONS
1990 CHATEAU BEAUCASTEL (P. 95)
1995 CHATEAU BEAUCASTEL (P. 92)


Cripes, Kurt, save some for the rest of us!!!

Just kidding. My tastes are a bit more pedestrian.
What I will be drinking after Solvang:

Firestone Double Barrel Pale Ale
Firestone Pale 31
Firestone Walker Special Reserve
:beer:

djg
03-07-2009, 05:28 PM
Dude, you are drinking twenty-six burgundies in one day? Half glasses?

Ozz
03-07-2009, 06:44 PM
.... I don't really drink ca wines, .

??? :confused: why not? they are in your back yard!

.... - going to a Sandrone tasting in 20 minutes -....

Lucky bastard! Had a nice 2005 Sandrone Nebbiolo d'Alba a couple weeks ago at a restaurant...wonderful!

dave thompson
03-07-2009, 07:00 PM
My kinda organization, I have my card.

Kurt
03-07-2009, 08:22 PM
Dude, you are drinking twenty-six burgundies in one day? Half glasses?

no way - both events are a formally 1 oz pours but the burg tasting is put on by woodland hills wine @ a country club so it really as much as you want - the cdp tasting is put on by martin weiner who hosts some of the best, and most expensive tastings pretty much anywhere in the country, even most extensive than the burg wine co in ny, I have been to a number of there events. look @ the chamber tasting that is also coming up - the guy is just unreal for wine lovers, some of the events fill up in <1 hr. his pours are a little more than an oz but some people pass on certain wines so there is always lots to choose from @ the end. guess I dont need to wonder why my cycling is going nowhere!

2005 CHAMBERTIN CLOS DE BEZE, ROUSSEAU (BH 98, P. 98)
2005 CHAMBERTIN, ROUSSEAU (BH. 99, P 98, ST 96)
2005 GRIOTTE CHAMBERTIN, FOURRIER (P. 94, BH 95)
2005 CHAMBERTIN CLOS DE BEZE POTEL (P. 97/98, BH 95)
1996 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN, CLAUDE DUGAT (P. 99, BH 93))
2004 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN, CLAUDE DUGAT (BH92)
1996 LATRICIERES CHAMBERTIN, LEROY (P. 96)
1997 LATRICIERES CHAMBERTIN, LEROY (P. 93, BH 93))
2003 CHAMBERTIN, CLOS DE BEZE, LE MOINE (BH 93)
2001 CHAMBERTIN, CLOS DE BEZE, LAURENT
1998 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN T.V.V., ROTY (BH 93)
2004 CHAMBERTIN CLOS DE BEZE, BOUCHARD (BH 94)
2003 CHAMBERTIN, J. DROUHIN
1995 MAZIS-CHAMBERTIN, FAIVELEY
2000 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN, DUJAC (BH 92)
2003 CHAMBERTIN, J.L. TRAPET (P. 92, BH 93)
2004 CHAPELLE CHAMBERTIN, PONSOT (BH 92)
2004 GRIOTTE CHAMBERTIN, LECLERC (BH 92)
1997 CHAPELLE CHAMBERTIN, ROUSSEAU
1998 CHAMBERTIN, J. DROUHIN

Kurt
03-07-2009, 08:28 PM
??? :confused: why not? they are in your back yard!



Lucky bastard! Had a nice 2005 Sandrone Nebbiolo d'Alba a couple weeks ago at a restaurant...wonderful!

just rolled in...the 2003 Sandrone Barolo Cannubi Boschis was just flat out amazing but the price, well $165 is a lot of coin. Cannubi is one hell of a plot of land. I think I would rather have 3 normal B's for the price

http://www.wallywine.com/p-10459-2003-luciano-sandrone-barolo-cannubi-boschis-750ml.aspx

rounder
03-07-2009, 09:15 PM
Thunder Bird
Mogan David 20/20
Boones Farm
:banana:

I am not an aficionado, but thought it was Mad Dog 20/20. Richards Wild Irish Rose was also a classic. Plus, you never had to deal with those embarassing moments when you didn't have a corkscrew with you.

palincss
03-07-2009, 09:46 PM
Thunder Bird
Mogan David 20/20
Boones Farm
:banana:

With Tbird, Mad Dog, Night Train, et al. what you have is consistent quality. No pesky variations from year to year, no fine print to read, no incomprehensible wine snob psychobabble. What you get is an egalitarian wine, a user friendly wine. An unpretentious wine.

:)

palincss
03-07-2009, 09:51 PM
Dude, you are drinking twenty-six burgundies in one day? Half glasses?

You know those wine tasters don't swallow, they just swish it around and then spit the stuff out.

;)

palincss
03-07-2009, 09:53 PM
I am not an aficionado, but thought it was Mad Dog 20/20. Richards Wild Irish Rose was also a classic. Plus, you never had to deal with those embarassing moments when you didn't have a corkscrew with you.

Talk about classics - how many of those fancy wines have their own song?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GaIxswG7d84

Jeff N.
03-07-2009, 10:01 PM
Thunder Bird
Mogan David 20/20
Boones Farm
:banana:Pagan Pink Ripple, Spanada, Tyrolia, Thunderbird, Annie Greensprings, Gallo, Red Mountain, or any of the others that come in gallon jugs. Jeff N.

Ken Robb
03-07-2009, 10:06 PM
just rolled in...the 2003 Sandrone Barolo Cannubi Boschis was just flat out amazing but the price, well $165 is a lot of coin. Cannubi is one hell of a plot of land. I think I would rather have 3 normal B's for the price

http://www.wallywine.com/p-10459-2003-luciano-sandrone-barolo-cannubi-boschis-750ml.aspx

I KNOW I'd rather have a case of some of Cameron Hughes best finds for $165. :beer:

rounder
03-07-2009, 10:07 PM
That was great. The Tbird theme song was also classic.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=upB8eabTR6g

palincss
03-08-2009, 04:46 PM
As James Mason said,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0xY7mBQrzXU
it "...has an unusual flavor... not quite like anything I've ever tasted."

Pete Serotta
03-08-2009, 06:40 PM
+1

...just like an east coaster to reference WA and OR like they are a single State! ;)

are they not the same county??? :D

I hope to get an invite and ride in one or the other this summer.

djg
03-09-2009, 09:50 PM
no way - both events are a formally 1 oz pours but the burg tasting is put on by woodland hills wine @ a country club so it really as much as you want - the cdp tasting is put on by martin weiner who hosts some of the best, and most expensive tastings pretty much anywhere in the country, even most extensive than the burg wine co in ny, I have been to a number of there events. look @ the chamber tasting that is also coming up - the guy is just unreal for wine lovers, some of the events fill up in <1 hr. his pours are a little more than an oz but some people pass on certain wines so there is always lots to choose from @ the end. guess I dont need to wonder why my cycling is going nowhere!

2005 CHAMBERTIN CLOS DE BEZE, ROUSSEAU (BH 98, P. 98)
2005 CHAMBERTIN, ROUSSEAU (BH. 99, P 98, ST 96)
2005 GRIOTTE CHAMBERTIN, FOURRIER (P. 94, BH 95)
2005 CHAMBERTIN CLOS DE BEZE POTEL (P. 97/98, BH 95)
1996 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN, CLAUDE DUGAT (P. 99, BH 93))
2004 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN, CLAUDE DUGAT (BH92)
1996 LATRICIERES CHAMBERTIN, LEROY (P. 96)
1997 LATRICIERES CHAMBERTIN, LEROY (P. 93, BH 93))
2003 CHAMBERTIN, CLOS DE BEZE, LE MOINE (BH 93)
2001 CHAMBERTIN, CLOS DE BEZE, LAURENT
1998 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN T.V.V., ROTY (BH 93)
2004 CHAMBERTIN CLOS DE BEZE, BOUCHARD (BH 94)
2003 CHAMBERTIN, J. DROUHIN
1995 MAZIS-CHAMBERTIN, FAIVELEY
2000 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN, DUJAC (BH 92)
2003 CHAMBERTIN, J.L. TRAPET (P. 92, BH 93)
2004 CHAPELLE CHAMBERTIN, PONSOT (BH 92)
2004 GRIOTTE CHAMBERTIN, LECLERC (BH 92)
1997 CHAPELLE CHAMBERTIN, ROUSSEAU
1998 CHAMBERTIN, J. DROUHIN



I am not worthy. Still, if you're ever out this way, we'll try to find something drinkable.

Tom Byrnes
03-09-2009, 10:12 PM
I have been a beneficiary of Kurt's wine choices. He is the Food and Wine expert for our cycling club and always selects the wines and food for our club's annual awards luncheon. The Man knows wine.

At our fast approaching cycling camp in the Santa Ynez Valley, we will be drinking wines (mostly reds) from the local wineries: Foxen, Rusack, Melville, Lucas & Llewellyn. They are all quite nice.

Tom

Kurt
03-09-2009, 10:13 PM
I am not worthy. Still, if you're ever out this way, we'll try to find something drinkable.

good taste. beside barolo's with a decade on them and rioja with 2 these have to be some of my favorite wines, they are just haunting to me and are unreal good with food or cheese. we have several friends that drink @ this level whenever they drink - I mean I am pulling a $16 rhone the same way they pull a $100+ bottle, must be nice. the guy that puts on the cdp and chamber event is quite a character and knows more about wine then most, he has been doing it for 40+ years - where do you live?

Kurt
03-09-2009, 10:15 PM
I have been a beneficiary of Kurt's wine choices. He is the Food and Wine expert for our cycling club and always selects the wines and food for our club's annual awards luncheon. The Man knows wine.

At our fast approaching cycling camp in the Santa Ynez Valley, we will be drinking wines (mostly reds) from the local wineries: Foxen, Rusack, Melville, Lucas & Llewellyn. They are all quite nice.

Tom

Hi - hope you are well! that is some training camp - don't you run that camp year round? lol - you going up north this weekend?

djg
03-09-2009, 10:35 PM
good taste. beside barolo's with a decade on them and rioja with 2 these have to be some of my favorite wines, they are just haunting to me and are unreal good with food or cheese. we have several friends that drink @ this level whenever they drink - I mean I am pulling a $16 rhone the same way they pull a $100+ bottle, must be nice. the guy that puts on the cdp and chamber event is quite a character and knows more about wine then most, he has been doing it for 40+ years - where do you live?

Arlington, VA -- a couple of miles from DC.

And certainly not above a decent Rhone wine at 16 bucks (liking Clos de Caillou's CdR at less than that lately, to tell the truth).

Tom Byrnes
03-10-2009, 01:51 AM
Hi - hope you are well! that is some training camp - don't you run that camp year round? lol - you going up north this weekend?

Hi Kurt,

Yeah, I'm heading north in a few days. Our cycling camp starts on Friday. Are you doing the Solvang Century this weekend?

Any suggestions for good local red wines?

Best to you and Joanne.

Tom

Kurt
03-10-2009, 11:08 AM
Hi Kurt,

Yeah, I'm heading north in a few days. Our cycling camp starts on Friday. Are you doing the Solvang Century this weekend?

Any suggestions for good local red wines?

Best to you and Joanne.

Tom

yup, I am also going up on friday - staying with a bunch of people in some condos near los olivos. only doing the 50, 100 is always 20 too much for me. I would hit all the little tasting rooms in los olivos, it nice and easy - the main tasting room always has some decent stuff. there are some good choices along santa rosa, lafond is nice, owned by sb winery, the newer sanford is pretty amazing, really too bad the guy lost his winery to investors. near lompoc there is palmina, I love steve and crystal and they make some good wines, if you loop back on 246 and head back hit dierberg for sure, very hot stuff. the wine up there is what it is, they are doing the best they can with what they have to work with. my favorite wine has to be clos pepe, wes hagen totally gets how to make wine - they have 28a and sell off most the grapes but they save a small batch for themselves - try and find some if you can, good juice.

ron l edmiston
03-10-2009, 02:06 PM
Andretti performs well!!!

ronnie :)