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Cellar Notes

Name

What bottle from your cellar are you hoping to open next?

What are you hoping to add to your cellar next?

Adam Snelling

Barnett Vineyards 2005 Rattlesnake Cabernet Sauvignon

Betts & Scholl Hermitage Rouge

Andrea Vescovi

Bruno Giacosa 1989 Barberesco

2004 Barolo or Barberesco  – pricey, but still good value for world class wines.

Carmine Caravaggio

Vigneti di Poggiofoco 2002 Sesa, Maremma

Nothing specific. Barolo or red Burgundy

Jackie Cooke

Krug 1989, just waiting for the right celebration.

If I can find any more 1996 Barolo, fantastic wines were made that vintage.

James Treadwell

Lynch Bages 1990

2009 Bordeaux, but I can’t afford it.

Jay Whiteley

Salon 1997

Some old Madeira

Jennifer Huether-Vranjes

Palm d’Or 1998

Vintage Champagne

Lorie O’Sullivan

Dr.ZenZen 1995 Spatlese Riesling. I opened one in February and it was drinking perfectly.

I’m going to Washington State this summer, so I hope to bring back some wines from the Columbia Valley and Walla Walla region

Sara d’Amato

Peninsula Ridge’s Ratafia and hopefully there will be a little foie gras in my future as well.

Next vintage of Norm Hardie’s Pinot Noir

Markus Carl

Beaucastel 1995 Châteauneuf de Pape

Any red premier cru Burgundy, Mosel,  Kabinett or old style Rioja

Robert Nöel

Pio Cesare 1997 Barolo Ornato

A few selections of Krug Champagne, if I can afford it

Toshihiro Karino

Château d’Yquem 1990 Magnum

Domaine de la Romanée - Conti Montrachet

Zoltan Szabo

Bacalhoa 1999 Moscatel Roxo, Setúbal

Château Cheval Blanc. I may end up hoping only – I don’t even have a cellar.


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