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(WT110619-01) 18 NIEDEROSTERREICH GRUNER VELTLINER, BRUNN LITER  $14.99
11/06/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (AUSTRIA) 12.5%. Green apple and legume define the genre. Nice and crisp./ Flavor confirmation. Full textured. Well balanced. 'Nuf said. 16.4.
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(WT110619-02) 18 VOUVRAY CUVEE DE SILEX DOMAINE DES AUBUISIERES, BERNARD FOUQUET  $18.99
11/06/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE LOIRE) 13.5%. Quince, lime, and melon aromas of Loire chenin. Calcaire etches the nostrils. Spot on./ Near dry. If there is a touch of 'sec tendre' residual sweetness, it's well buffered by racy acidity and clinging extract. Another winner in this series. 17.0+.
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(WT110619-03) 18 TALLEY BISHOP'S PEAK SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARDONNAY  $14.99
11/06/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (U.S. WEST COAST) 13.5%. Clear, appley fruit. Just suggestions of oak seasoning and malo creme./ Really great acid spiel, texture, body. Great price. Wide audience for this, and broad mealtime applications. 16.5.
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(WT110619-04) 17 MOSEL RIESLING KABINETT TROCKEN CAI, IMMICH-BATTERIEBERG  $18.99
11/06/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (GERMANY) 10.5%. This is very full for a Mosel, dry and slatey in the estate style./ Surrounding a tender, sweet-fruited riesling core is a lot of slate derived extract giving a walnut husk impression. This really is a big Mosel riesling, classic to the Immich style. 16.7+.
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(WT110619-05) 17 CHATEAU FONTAINE LEELANAU PENINSULA PINOT GRIS  $12.99
11/06/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (U.S. MICHIGAN) Good, northern pinot gris tingle with just the right degree of peels extract. Cool, and lightly padded. Well done./ Yes, flavors of melon, peach, and nut. Light residual sweetness countered by racy acidity. An easy quaffer. 16.5.
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(WT110619-06) 15 ALSACE PINOT GRIS IM BERG DOMAINE SAINT REMY, EHRHART  $24.99
11/06/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE ALSACE) 13%; at Wettolsheim. Fuller, more powerful, more aged. Very pungent indeed./ Full bodied. Lots of peach, melon, nut. Plenty of texture. Will improve. 16.7+.
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(WT110619-07) 13 ALSACE PINOT GRIS IM BERG DOMAINE SAINT REMY, EHRHART  $24.99
11/06/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE ALSACE) 13%; dry. More mature, earthier phase of pinot gris./ Glycerol countered by a nice grip of acid and extract. More good things to come here too. 16.3+.
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(WT110619-08) 18 FIRESTEED WILLAMETTE VALLEY PINOT NOIR  $14.99
11/06/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (U.S. West COAST) 14.1%. Very crisp style of the maker. Sweet enough Oregon pinot though. Very snappy and spicy./ Well, the palate betrays unintegrated oak, suggestive of the use of oak chips. This renders it awkward . Some heat on the finish. Too bad after a promising nose. 16.3/15.4.
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(WT110619-09) 17 LA MANCHA TEMPRANILLO SANGRE DE TORO, TORRES  $11.99
11/06/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (SPAIN) 13.5%. Smooth, gentle, middle of the road negociant's La Mancha tempranillo. Pleasing enough, but the local estates' tempranillos have more character and distinction./ Sweet southern tempranillo with some rustic tannin at closing. Good enough. 15.5.
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(WT110619-10) 17 LANGHE ROSSO, AZ. AGR. G. D. VAJRA  $16.99
11/06/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (ITALY) 13.5%; nebbiolo, dolcetto, barbera, albarossa, freisa, pinot nero. Sweet, involved, complicated presentation of multi Piemonte varieties that all work together adeptly. One of those 'whole greater than sum of the parts' things./ Great acid for food. Dash of VA for verve. Some fine tannin for texture. I've enjoyed many vintages of this. I think this is the first one I've presented to my weekly panel. They enjoyed it immensely. 16.5.
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(WT110619-11) 17 THE SHOW CALIFORNIA CABERNET SAUVIGNON  $14.99
11/06/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (U.S. WEST COAST) 13.8%; Heavy Bottle Award. By Joel Gott and buddies, under the Trinchero umbrella. Robust, spicy, warm, pushy, sweet smelling. As intended./ Yes, sweet and strong. Good balance of all the elements. There's certainly a market for this, especially to serve with meat off the grill. 16.3.
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(WT110619-12) 18 VAL DU CHARRON APHAEA CELLARMASTER'S RESERVE WESTERN CAPE RED  $9.99
11/06/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (SOUTH AFRICA) 13.5%; 44% syrah, 28% mourvedre, 22% grenache, 8% tinta barocca. Cool, racy black fruits. Sweet fruited and rangy thanks to the mix of varieties./ Appropriately medium bodied. Spiced meat accents; a range of peppercorn colors. Hint of rosemary. Wide appeal here. 16.1+.
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(WT110619-13) 17 PLAN DE DIEU COTES DU RHONE VILLAGES, DOMAINE SAINT DAMIEN  $16.99
11/06/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE MEDITERRANEAN) 14.5%. Rich, ripe, spicy. One large scaled Plan de Dieu from the hands of a Gigondas estate's winemaker. Zesty peppercorns and warm spices./ Sweetness, ripeness, and power met head on by vigorous acidity. Young and ambitious. 16.7+.
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(WT110619-14) 17 ARTEZIN OLD VINE MENDOCINO ZINFANDEL  $16.99
11/06/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (U.S. WEST COAST) 14.8%; aged in French oak barrels. Extremely dark fruited paean to Mendocino zinfandel. Sweet fruit and plenty of barrel seasonings. In form./ Oh, boy, and total Mendocino zinfandel acidity too. Full, rich, flavorful, balanced. Spot on example as always. 17.0+.
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(WT110619-15) 17 ANCIENT PEAKS SANTA MARGARITA RANCH ZINFANDEL  $18.99
11/06/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (U.S. WEST COAST) 15%. Wow, full Paso sweetness, with a vigorous impact of spices. Loaded, powerful, full of Paso fruit goodness./ The power is balanced by the fruit sweetness. Light oak influence. Overall, a high impact zinfandel. Great to have this pair side by side. Zinfandel definitely reflects its terroir, as Ridge Vineyards discovered decades back. 17.2+.
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(WT111319-01) 18 KREMSTAL GRUNER VELTLINER PER DUE, WEINGUT HERMANN MOSER  $14.99
11/13/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (AUSTRIA) 12%. Full, rich, dazzling sweet apple aroma./ Abundant flavor of same. Ravishing acidity. Golly! Spot on! 17.1.
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(WT111319-02) 18 SPY VALLEY SATELLITE MARLBOROUGH SAUVIGNON BLANC  $12.99
11/13/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (NEW ZEALAND) 12.3%. Zesty. Lots of lime./ Yes, and guava too. Cedar, lime peel. Long and involved. Refreshing finish. 16.7.
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(WT111319-03) 18 COTES DU RHONE BLANC, DOMAINE DE L'ESPIGOUETTE  $14.99
11/13/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE MEDITERRANEAN) 13%. Zesty, peppery, snappy, ringing. If there's viognier here, it doesn't perfume up the aroma much. The other, low key southern Rhone white varieties hold forth. Apple, acacia./ Yes, a classic southern Rhone white varietal set stressing vinosity over perfume. 16.5.
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(WT111319-04) 18 HAPPY CAMPER VINEYARDS CALIFORNIA CHARDONNAY  $7.99
11/13/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (U.S. WEST COAST) 13%. Another good year of this. High toned. Sweet apple./ Less flavor intensity and charge. As I recall, the 2017 had more. Good though. 15.9/15.2.
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(WT111319-05) 17 COLLI DI RIMINI REBOLA, SOC. AGR. SAN VALENTINO  $11.99
11/13/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (ITALY) 14%. Grechetto gentile. Full bodied--even heavy--at 14%. Deep apple and nut. Retains good freshness while beginning to show the spread of bottle bouquet./ Yes, elements of freshness and development combined with full body make this a natural at the table. Plenty of texture too. 16.4.
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(WT111319-06) 18 MOSEL ESTATE RIESLING OLD VINES, WEINGUT NIK WEIS ST. URBANS-HOF  $17.99
11/13/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (GERMANY) 11%. Sulphur; H2S, mercaptan to start./ Yes, sulphur on the front palate too. Doesn't scratch though. After aeration, sweet riesling fruit wells up, and good acidity is apparent. Decant vigorously before serving. 12.0
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(WT111319-07) 18 BEAUJOLAIS ROSE LE ROSE D' FOLIE, DOMAINE JEAN-PAUL BRUN  $15.99
11/13/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE BURGUNDY) 12.5%. Fresh, sweet cherry nose. Lifted, buoyant./ Oh, boy! Great flavor and texture. Plenty of fruit filling. This is all over the place on the palate. Totally exciting, invigorating. 16.7.
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(WT111319-08) 18 ETNA ROSATO, SOC. AGR. COTTANERA  $16.99
11/13/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (ITALY) 13%. Some stinky reduction./ Same. Too bad. Body and fruit under. Decant vigorously. 12.0+/ 16.0.
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(WT111319-09) 17 ROMAGNA SANGIOVESE SUPERIORE, SOC. AGR. SAN VALENTINO  $15.99
11/13/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (ITALY) 13.5%. Oh, rich, dark, intricate, deep, padded, luxurious. Loaded./ Yes, rich in black and red fruits. Firm, fine tannin. Great acid. Balanced. Enjoy now with food, and cellar some a few months for complete tannin resolution. 17.1.
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(WT111319-10) 17 ROSSO CONERO AION, AZ. AGR. ALESSANDRO MORODER  $17.99
11/13/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (ITALY) 13.5%; all montepulciano. Deep, deep, deep. Dark, velvety, haunting. More intense than the fine 2016 even./ Yes, lush and velvety, intense and thorough. Fine tannin. Full texture and flavor. What a noble grape variety in the right hands! 17.1.
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(WT111319-11) 17 GNARLY HEAD 1924 LIMITED EDITION DOUBLE BLACK BOURBON BARREL AGED LODI CABERNET SAUVIGNON  $14.99
11/13/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (U.S. WEST COAST) 15%. Sweet, and a bit thick and murky. Big though./ More clarity on the palate. Big time oak contributions: vanilla, char, bourbon leachings. 16.0/16.6.
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(WT111319-12) 16 RIOJA TEMPRANILLO COSECHA VINA ZACO, BODEGAS BILBAINAS  $14.99
11/13/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (SPAIN) 14%. Say, this is much more intense and fully packed than anticipated. Deep, dark, rich fruit and plenty of barrel time impact./ Yes, great concentration, varietal character, and barrel suavity, complexity. Yes, back to the old basics here. 16.7+.
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(WT111319-13) 15 LISBOA RESERVA CONFIDENCIAL, CASA SANTOS LIMA  $10.99
11/13/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (PORTUGAL) 13.5%; Wine Enthusiast 91/100. Fresh, firm, medium bodied. Not as sweet and oaky on the nose as the 14. Strange, since 15 is the riper vintage. Probably because sampled at an earlier stage. Plenty of intensity and presence nonetheless./ The palate is sweeter and woodier. Great flavor, texture, balance, give. And length. 16.3
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(WT111319-14) 14 ACRONYM CALIFORNIA RED  $14.99
11/13/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (U.S. WEST COAST) 13.5%. Heavy Bottle Award. Euro leaning for its lack of abundant fruit warmth. In tune with the vintage./ Sweet for 14. Good Euro vinosity nonetheless. Suave. Unique. 16.4.
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(WT111319-15) 07 CATALUNYA GRAN RESERVA, ALTOS D'OLIVA  $11.99
11/13/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (SPAIN) 14%; 45% tempranillo, 40% cabernet sauvignon, 15% garnacha. Wonderful rich fruit and bottle bouquet savor. Deep, complex, and sweet fruited. Age has not dried it up a bit./ Nice combo of freshness and age. Not as advanced as the 2005. This will carry on. 16.7+.
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(WT112019-01) PROSECCO SYLTBAR IL CONCERTO, SAN SIMONE  $21.99
11/20/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (SPARKLING) 11.5%. Nice creamy mousse. Apples in cream aroma./ Yes, creamy and delish. A fine extra dry take on Prosecco. 16.7.
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(WT112019-02) 18 SANCERRE, LANGLOIS CHATEAU  $26.99
11/20/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE LOIRE) 12%; est. 1885. Breezy, perky, tingly, tangy. On of the best in the series./ Wow, big time lime zest. Unique. Vivacious, active, scintillating. 17.1.
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(WT112019-03) 18 SANCERRE, DOMAINE ETIENNE DAULNY  $23.99
11/20/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE LOIRE) 13%. Tense and tart. Crisp, brisk, lean./ Yes, in tune with the series, medium all. Nice passion fruit flair at the finale. 16.3+.
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(WT112019-04) 18 SANCERRE LE CLOS DE CHAUDENAY, DOMAINE ETIENNE DAULNY  $25.99
11/20/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE LOIRE) 13%. More lime peel and walnut husk. More oomph and old vines intensity./ Yow, full extract. Loaded. One of the best vintages of this. 17.1.
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(WT112019-05) 16 GOOD HARBOR SMALL BATCH LEELANAU PENINSULA PINOT GRIS  $21.99
11/20/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (U.S. MICHIGAN) 11%; special attendee price: $9.99. Medium rich. Aging since last tasted. Rich enough./ Richer palate that has benefitted from bottle aging. Well balanced. Lightly waxy texture of glycerol. 16.6.
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(WT112019-06) 18 BANDOL ROSE, DOMAINE MAS THERESE  $21.99
11/20/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (ROSE) 13%; est. 1908; 40% mourvedre, 30% cinsault, 30% grenache. Fresh, pink, large. Pushing red wine largesse. Big boy rose./ Yes, medium to full, round, large in the mouth. Light BBG still. Keep further. 16.9+.
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(WT112019-07) 18 BANDOL ROSE, DOMAINE DU GROS' NORE  $31.99
11/20/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (ROSE) 13.5%; 40% mourvedre, 40% cinsault, 20% grenache. Brightness and flair. Rich and elegant both. No BBG./ Medium bodied. But more-ish. 16.9.
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(WT112019-08) 18 TENERIFE YCODEN-DAUTE-ISORA BENJE ENVINATE, VITICULTORES DE SANTIAGO DEL TEIDE Y ENVINATE  $23.99
11/20/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (SPAIN) 12%; 100% listan pietro. Reduced. Too bad. Spicy though./ Clear of reduction. Very spicy, very racy. I really appreciate the relatively low alcohol. A wine of yore. 17.0+.
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(WT112019-09) 18 DOLCETTO D'ALBA, AZ. AGR. ELIO ALTARE  $22.99
11/20/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (ITALY) 13%. Full yet elegant. Everything under control. Solidity as well as dolcetto flair and perfume./ Full of flavor. Long and spicy follow through. Logical consummation of varietal and winemaker characters. Has it all. 17.1+.
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(WT112019-10) 18 COTE DE BROUILLY GRAND CRU, CHATEAU THIVIN  $26.99
11/20/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE BURGUNDY) 13.5%; est. 1877. Wow, full and plucky Cote de Brouilly. Svelte, intricate, spicy./ Yes, very vigorous wine of place. Fruity and floral flavors. All in Grand Cru dimensions. 17.4+.
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(WT112019-11) 18 BARBERA D'ALBA, AZ. AGR. ELIO ALTARE  $23.99
11/20/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (ITALY) 14.5%. Full, rich, deep, dense, well concentrated./ Broad, ripe, spicy. A giant of a barbera without the need of new oak augmentation. 17.7+.
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(WT112019-12) 17 BODEGA BOUZA RESERVA LAS VIOLETAS & MELILLA VYDS MONTEVIDEO TANNAT  $25.99
11/20/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (URUGUAY) 14.5%; 18 months in French and American oak barrels. Full, strong, ripe, dense, tannic. All the same, very revealing./ Very ripe and large. Full textured; oak under control. 17.4+.
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(WT112019-13) 17 RIDGE EAST BENCH DRY CREEK VALLEY ZINFANDEL  $34.99
11/20/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (U.S. WEST COAST) 14.7%; estate bottled; 12 months in American oak. Deep, tight, strong Dry Creek Valley zinfandel style. Still flexing its muscles./ In tune with the valley and the Ridge style of late, this is very strong and ripe. 16.5+.
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(WT112019-14) 16 PRIORAT CEPS NOUS, CELLER PASANAU GERMANS  $24.99
11/20/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (SPAIN) 15.5%; vyds at La Morera, highest village of Priorat; 77% garnacha, 16% merlot, 7% syrah. Very strong. A bit much even./ Yeah, all about power for now. Little in the way of aromatics. Big. 16.7+.
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(WT112019-15) 16 HACKENHEIMER KIRCHBERG SILVANER EISWEIN, WEINGUT KITZER HALF BOTTLE  $31.99
11/20/19 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (GERMANY) 8.5%; Gold Preis. Rich, sweet, honeyed, thorough. Apple in the concentration of an apple liqueur./ Wow, intense, sweet, and syrupy. Super concentrated. A tribute to integrity of silvaner. 19.0+.
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