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Old 05-21-2017, 07:39 AM   #3381
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I will look next time we are there but our local Smith's (Kroger) carries many Cupcake wines as well.

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Old 05-21-2017, 08:19 AM   #3382
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Old 05-21-2017, 05:56 PM   #3383
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Old 05-21-2017, 06:04 PM   #3384
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2012 CC Reserve Walter Clore. This thing needed a good 45 mins to open and soften. First sip or two was like woah this thing is packing much more punch than it should for a '12. Sure enough WS says not ready till '17 and I think they hit it spot on. One of the best CC Reserves I have had in a while for sure. Now sipping nicely after a 3 day weekend in Salida, CO which was packed with a little too much excitement. Needless to say very glad to be home and relaxing a bit before its back to the Pu mines tomorrow. LOL
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..... Now sipping nicely after a 3 day weekend in Salida, CO which was packed with a little too much excitement. LOL
It has been a few years since I spent time in Salida, but 'too much excitement' was never part of the equation. Salida must have grown up a bit
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See my post here for a more detailed explanation......

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It has been a few years since I spent time in Salida, but 'too much excitement' was never part of the equation. Salida must have grown up a bit
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Well, we made a bit of a round robin tonight. Started with two bottles of 'soda streamed' cucumber melon sauvignon blanc, then on to a Provence Rose, and finally a Tempranillo that our friends brought. It was perfect w/ the BBQ.
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Three month old homemade Dragon's Blood. Getting better and mellower (is that a word) with every bottle I open.
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