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2010 Morlet Family - Chardonnay Ma Douce
One of the best Chards I have had in awhile. Definitely more French than California in keeping with the maker's roots. Lots of lemony citrus, hint of vanilla, very little oak, wonderful nose and finish. I could drink this one every day and never tire.


(Tasted May 25, 2014)
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1999 Rudd - Jericho Canyon Vineyard
A favorite bottle over the years, likely on the decline but still has a fair amount of jammy fruit and paired very well with food. I will be drinking the couple of bottles I have left soon.


(Tasted May 25, 2014)
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2001 Siro Pacenti - Brunello di Montalcino
Perfection in a brunello! Exceptional balance of fruit, acid, minerality with a great smooth finish. I would drink this guy every day. Suspect at peak.


(Tasted Mar 15, 2014)
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2002 Marshall - Juliet Peery
I picked up a case of this several years back on the recommendation of a friend. This is the first bottle I have tried and, frankly, I was blown away by this little gem. It is drinking extremely well with nearly a perfect balance of fruit and tannin but I suspect could age a wee bit longer still and still be wonderful. Subtle oak on the nose, lots of berry and some vanilla. A real surprise that would hold it's own with it's Bordeaux cousins.


(Tasted Feb 23, 2014)

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