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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by albertfallickwa, Mar 12, 2014.
A white wine - pure nectar - from Burgundy: A Chablis 1er Cru.
Hard to find tastier Chardonnay than that!
Agreed, with the possible exception of Meursault.
And I am finishing off the bottle of 1er Cru Chablis, a lovely Chardonnay from Burgundy, this evening. Very elegant and quite sublime.
The mouth waters......
As did mine.
Some German Riesling, elegant, clear, crisp and dry, for me.
Enjoying a cold Stella or two while watching the Man U/PSG match.
I hope you enjoyed the Stella if not the match.
A crisp elegant Sauvignon Blanc from France.
As it's windy and very cold with a storm moving in, I'm doing my best to keep warm or rather feel warm aided by some Yellow Spot, courtesy of three bottles I picked up on sale today. Should last a year.
Is that not a tad optimistic?
How do you find Yellow Spot?
I have enough variety on hand to last me a decade.
I find it smooth, almost honey like. Nice floral component. A very easy drinker. I think we drank four bottles last year. Though two may have been consumed during a dinner party, IIRC.
Good Irish whiskey is very, very different than its Scottish brethren.
An elegant Albarino (a white wine grape) from Spain.
A Riesling from Australia, O'Leary Walker - Polish Hill River.
Popped a bottle of Amarone this evening.