annic and tight, this still seems young. There is a lot of black fruit, and espresso and dark chocolate are trying to peek out from behind the leather and stems. Tannins and acid seem to be in balance, so put these back in your cellar and wait another three to five years. See more reviews of this wine on Cellar Tracker.
Alec White is one of those amazingly generous people who took the suggestion “open your cellar, open your heart,” well, to heart. He sent three different bottles. This is the third, a magnum of the 2000 Clos du Marquis. Retail value is $150.00.
Alec White is one of those amazingly generous people who took the suggestion "open your cellar, open your heart," well, to heart. He sent three different bottles. This is the first, a 1989 Chateau Talbot. Retail value is $125.00.
The marvelous people from Cork & Cracker, in Indianapolis, contributed this amazing French set. It includes a bottle of N.V. Pierre Peters Champagne Blanc de Blancs Brut Cuvée de Réserve, a personal favorite, a 93-Parker rated Chateau St. Pierre 2003, and a 750ml Château Doisy-Daëne. Total retail value is $200.00.
If each country/region uses and promotes its membership of GWC and its participation in the Best Of Awards to create that country’s wine tourism benchmark, then it could make the group’s existence and development in its next decade truly worthwhile.
This story comes from the war diary of my grandfather, Archie Brick, one of the first Americans in Europe in World War I. It is the story of every American doughboy, as told in one man's diary.