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March 22, 2010

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How was the '00 Paumanok? I have a bottle of that vintage.

Paul: I'll be writing up the entire dinner tomorrow, but here are my notes on the 2000:

"Earthy and minty-eucalyptus note have overtaken the dark cherry fruit. Still nice heft/weight and a long, elegant finish. Still a little grip. Drink now."

We had it with a wedge of truffled pecorino with fruit olive oil and fennel pollen. Was a great pairing.

Thanks; can't wait to read the full writeup.

julia, are the winemakers there actually aiming for or encouraging brett? or does it just happen with a higher frequency with pinotage? is this a noble brett situation (like noble rot on riesling)?

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