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    Just got our club shipment in from McGrail, in Livermore CA.

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    We had a new Rose last night. I was encouraged by the color since its been my experience that the lighter the color the more I seem to like. Unfortunately this particular wine didn't meet expectations. Not as dry and has a slight sour finish like a grape fruit quality that I'm just not into.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike_JK_Houston_711 View Post
    Just got our club shipment in from McGrail, in Livermore CA.

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    Always good to get those special delivery boxes. My wife says I have problem, cuz I keep joining new clubs. Lol. Interested to hear about them when you open them up.

    Quote Originally Posted by sipafz View Post
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    We had a new Rose last night. I was encouraged by the color since its been my experience that the lighter the color the more I seem to like. Unfortunately this particular wine didn't meet expectations. Not as dry and has a slight sour finish like a grape fruit quality that I'm just not into.

    Rose's are an odd wine. Your experience here has been mine over the last couple years as they've regained popularity.
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    Wines of the Week

    Pulled a couple bottles from our cellar and put in the kitchen storage...

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    Some Rhones...

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    And some Bordeaux's...

    Viva La France!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    Pulled a couple bottles from our cellar and put in the kitchen storage...

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    Some Rhones...

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    And some Bordeaux's...

    Viva La France!


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    Wow, nice selections! I hope your La Mission isn't corked!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sipafz View Post
    Wow, nice selections! I hope your La Mission isn't corked!
    It's actually one of my favorite left bank Bordeaux's...they have been in our cellar for 15 years, and are drinking just fine...but needs about an hour to open up


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    Pulled a couple bottles from our cellar and put in the kitchen storage...

    IMG_1428.jpg

    Some Rhones...

    IMG_1429.jpg

    And some Bordeaux's...

    Viva La France!


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    You win!! I love me some Rhones and Bordeaux's, but my varietals are usually locally grown. Some of the soils are similar, but id have no clue how to pick authentically.

    I'm going to take it you travel and/or have friends and family who can send you those. Very cool either way.

    Will make what I'm drinking tonight a little less exciting. Cheers none the less.
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    I can barely pronounce this. But it was fucking delicious. Grown in Santa Barbara wine country. 2013 Malvasia Bianca, which my understanding is a locally grown Spanish varietal. It taste pretty much spot on to the notes on the bottle. Went great with grilled fajitas.

    Really wish I'd picked up more than one bottle!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGS View Post
    Always good to get those special delivery boxes. My wife says I have problem, cuz I keep joining new clubs. Lol. Interested to hear about them when you open them up.




    Rose's are an odd wine. Your experience here has been mine over the last couple years as they've regained popularity.
    I love the clubs. We do a wine club. I used to do the bacon of the month club...you laugh now, but it was an incredible surprise whenever it showed up lol. I also have a clothing club membership because I hate clothes shopping.

    So tried the Chardonnay today and it was awesome. McGrail puts out good stuff and we've never been disappointed. Signed up when we were in Livermore for a friends wedding a year or so ago. Beautiful area and wine country, outside the main two that everyone knows of (Napa and Sonoma).


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