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November 27, 2004

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I’m dredging up an old, old post because I wanted to go back to where it all started: the 2000 Merlot for Roanoke.
I bought 1 bottle of this after tasting it over 5 years ago and it has been sitting in my cellar ever since. I finally busted it out at a restaurant (BYOB at Henry’s End in Brooklyn) on Saturday night and it was amazing. Still good fruit present coupled with great depth of flavor and a long finish.
I had this with their game mixed grill (elk chop, venison sausage, wild boar belly) and it was a great match, especially for the elk.
I’m wishing I still had a few more of these stashed away!

PS: Henry’s End had Bouke White by the glass, ½ carafe, and full bottle. My wife and I got a ½ carafe to go with my curry BBQ shrimp and her roasted corn chowder.

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