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1,881 thoughts on “Guest Contributions

  1. Seedboy

    Couple of new wines from Pech Merle today at Oakland. Rivino Vineyard Syrah Rose Mendocino County,2017 $4.99 is a quality wine, dry, good acidity, nice strawberry and maybe cantelope fruit. 2017 Ioasa Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc Lake County also $4.99, this is a rich wine with grapefruit and melon and maybe just a bit of red currant. These are both quality wines, finished by screwcap.

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  2. Darrell

    Bought and tried a 2013 Iris Sonoma Coast PN, $7 and don’t recommend at all. There is the beginning of VA and will return which I don’t usually do.

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      1. Happybaker

        Seedboy – good to hear about a new tasty white. Is it this wine?
        https://www.backroomwines.com/the-foundry-anarchist-white-blend-2015.html

        Especially happy to hear about it as I just bought a few new 3.99 cheapies to try and so far, 3 out of the 4 have been MEH.
        Popcorn Chardonnay – 2015. Nope.
        Sunchelle Chardonnay, 2015. Nope.
        The non vintage/non bin version of Lindemen’s chardonnay – not horrible but not a rebuy. 2.99 versus the normal 3.99 for the bin version.
        Tonight is one last newbie “Cascade Ridge.” I’m keeping my fingers crossed!

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  3. philinoakland

    Not wine (no sh!t Sherlock) but this is just wonderful. Rich creamy and silky smooth top class chocolate taste – Vermeer Dutch Chocolate Cream: $4.99 at the Oakland store.

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      1. philinoakland

        I hope you found it.

        Incidentally, that Vermeer painting was at the de Young Museum several years ago and I had the pleasure of seeing it in all its glory. Very beautiful, and I have the fridge magnet to prove it !!!

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