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December 02, 2005

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How much is the Diliberto, Lenn?

Funny you should mention the Lenz 1991 RD. We had this a few months ago at one of their oysters and bubbly events and absolutely fell in love. At $50 a bottle, it isn't cheap - but you can't easily find anything this good at that price point either. It rivals many $100 bottles from, dare I say, France. It's only downside is that it is not as "elegant" as some of those. What I am referring to is in the bubbles themselves. My favorites have those teeny-tiny bubbles. The Lenz has larger bubbles, like Perrier. But it completely makes up for this fault in flavor!

We bought two bottles last week specifically for our New Years celebration!

Terry...I still haven't heard from the winemaker how much the chard is...when I find out, I'll let you know.

Jarde...Yeah...the bubbles certainly don't fall into the "fine bead" range (like Lieb's bubbly for instance) but I love the 91 RD. One of my favorites for sure.

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