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Well, if I had Reims and Epernay in my backyard, then... :rolleyes:

SO, if you desire something closer to your backyard, I highly recommend this sparkling from Sonoma.

http://www.kachinavineyards.com/ourwines_sparkling.html

It has become our house wine for celebrations!

post #9107 of 10930
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Well, if I had Reims and Epernay in my backyard, then... :rolleyes:

 

 

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SO, if you desire something closer to your backyard, I highly recommend this sparkling from Sonoma.

http://www.kachinavineyards.com/ourwines_sparkling.html

It has become our house wine for celebrations!

 

 

Ever tried this?  I brought a case before xmas and they are now gone...

 

http://www.roedererestate.com/wines.php?Wine=1852

post #9108 of 10930
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Ever tried this?  I brought a case before xmas and they are now gone...

 

http://www.roedererestate.com/wines.php?Wine=1852

Yes...the L'Ermitage is a great wine, we have also finished our last bottle :(.

That would be my other recommendation for sure!!

 

Roederer is close to the cabin we stay in Anderson Valley. It is a beautiful winery to visit and the very generous tasting is free if you buy a bottle!


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post #9109 of 10930
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Yes...the L'Ermitage is a great wine, we have also finished our last bottle :(.

That would be my other recommendation for sure!!

 

Roederer is close to the cabin we stay in Anderson Valley. It is a beautiful winery to visit and the very generous tasting is free if you buy a bottle!

 

 

How it compare to Kachina?  It is very bad living in Mass, most of the winery will not ship to here.

post #9110 of 10930
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How it compare to Kachina?  It is very bad living in Mass, most of the winery will not ship to here.

I recommend Kachina. Greg and Nancy are fine winemakers and touch every bottle.

It is really a small two person operation.

Greg's port is very good too!

They made less than 50 cases of sparkling wine, so it is precious vs. 6,000 cases of L'Ermitage...also they price like Glenn = as if to friends....

If they ship to MA, I'd sign up for the club. If they don't ship to MA, and you want some bubbly, PM me and I'll make it happen.

post #9111 of 10930

:(

 

Brut Sparkling Wine SOLD OUT
post #9112 of 10930
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Brut Sparkling Wine SOLD OUT
 

 

Drag...the Brut page shows stock, but the it is SOLD OUT in the shop.

I just sent Greg an email to see if they have any stashed away.

If yes, I will buy and we can share....

I'm due to go up soon and check on their goats and new port...

AppleMark

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Well, if I had Reims and Epernay in my backyard, then... :rolleyes:

are your audio gears ok after the earth quake?

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are your audio gears ok after the earth quake?

I had just went to bed an hour before it struck. Woke up briefly and returned to dreaming about cycling. My "Greenies" are safe and celebrating St. Patrick's Day! :normal_smile :

 

"Happy St. Patrick's Day" to you and may you enjoy some brew and magic cabbage!

:beerchug:

post #9115 of 10930
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I had just went to bed an hour before it struck. Woke up briefly and returned to dreaming about cycling. My "Greenies" are safe and celebrating St. Patrick's Day! :normal_smile :

 

"Happy St. Patrick's Day" to you and may you enjoy some brew and magic cabbage!

:beerchug:

thanks same to you. My name is actually paddy as well believe it or not 

 

Here is a nice Irish tune for the occasion, nice female vocal 

 

https://soundcloud.com/sivemusic/the-rocky-road-to-dublin

post #9116 of 10930
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Silent One View Post
 

Well, if I had Reims and Epernay in my backyard, then... :rolleyes:

 

 

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Originally Posted by parbaked View Post
 

SO, if you desire something closer to your backyard, I highly recommend this sparkling from Sonoma.

http://www.kachinavineyards.com/ourwines_sparkling.html

It has become our house wine for celebrations!

 

 

Ever tried this?  I brought a case before xmas and they are now gone...

 

http://www.roedererestate.com/wines.php?Wine=1852

Oh I'm fine, was simply funnin' with him and that glorious patch of earth over there. He knows I wanna play in it. :evil:

 

I've not tried the Cali version of Roederer only the French. Use to do Cali versions of Mumm, Piper-Heidsieck ect to stretch my dollar. :D However, I always find a way to include French bubbles throughout the year. When I take French foam baths (Au Lait), French bubbles coordinate nicely with my efforts soaking in the tub. :wink:

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Oh I'm fine, was simply funnin' with him and that glorious patch of earth over there. He knows I wanna play in it. :evil:

 

I've not tried the Cali version of Roederer only the French. Use to do Cali versions of Mumm, Piper-Heidsieck ect to stretch my dollar. :D However, I always find a way to include French bubbles throughout the year. When I take French foam baths (Au Lait), French bubbles coordinate nicely with my efforts soaking in the tub. :wink:

 

SO, man with taste.  I love French bubbles too but Cali version definitely fits better when you throw a party.  I can't image opening 8 bottles of French when I throw a xmas party...

post #9118 of 10930
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SO, man with taste.  I love French bubbles too but Cali version definitely fits better when you throw a party.  I can't image opening 8 bottles of French when I throw a xmas party...

I know what you mean, economizing is important. Especially since one's taste buds quickly acclimate during the first glass with the first three sips. Guests will be hard pressed to discern first tier and secondary wines as they progress... might as well save. 

post #9119 of 10930
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SO, man with taste.  I love French bubbles too but Cali version definitely fits better when you throw a party.  I can't image opening 8 bottles of French when I throw a xmas party...

 

I can :D

 

SO you should come over here, it's not even a 2 hour drive to Epernay.

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I can :D

 

SO you should come over here, it's not even a 2 hour drive to Epernay.

I'm satisfied with both vintage iron and new inside the studio. But I wanna come see The Iron Lady. :D

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