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I guess La Tache is not in my budget :)

I love Pinot Noirs, sexy, supple fruit...

soft toasty oak and spice.

Honey pot,

I see you live in wine country :)

I agree with you that Berardus is one of the top tier Pinots produced today, What do you think of Gary farell or Calera?

I'm also a Drouhin fan, But man...I think I could grab a Cote de nuits at his prices!! (ok maybe not :))

I'm big on the Russion river Pinots.

My Favs would have to be Rochioli, dehlinger and Wiliiam Seylem.
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Dear Honey pot,

I am quite aware that Joseph Drouhin is in France :)

He in fact put together his daughters winery in Oregon to much fan fair.

look for Rochioli in particular if you want to try some of the wines I mentioned.

Byron, Like Fodigger said is always tasty and very very food friendly
 

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Peachcreek, man..this stuff doesn't make out to Conn, i'm just about ready to walk across the whole country to the Willamette valley to get my paws on the 99 reserve.

If ya ever come across any out your way, and want to part with a bottle (or two) let me know!:D
 
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