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May 14, 2009

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I was disappointed when Roman Roth said that Wölffer was discontinuing making all SS chardonnay. It seemed to me like barrel-fermented was the standard at most places. Even one "mostly stainless" (10% oaked) I had was way oaky.

Tom, I tend to agree with you. I usually prefer local stainless renditions.

I wish Roman were still making one, definitely.

Remy - it was a real pleasure meeting you. We hope to see you out our way again soon.

Rich - It was a pleasure meeting you too. I enjoyed the evening we all had at Raphael very much, and rereading what I've published so far, I feel like I've underwritten your wines. I liked the 2002 merlot particularly well, and loved the 2004 cabernet franc Lenn put in front of me at the end of the evening. Just wish I'd taken more precise notes. Guess it means I'll have to go back and taste more...

I always love to read anything by Remy. He has a discerning palate, good humor and a kickass music list on BlipFm.

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