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Old Today, 09:25 AM   #3741
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Trying out my second noob batch (see the beginner's form).

 
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For about $7.45 total, you cannot go wrong with this wine, actually it is amazing for that price.

I just love its mineral taste and aroma, some pear and lemon when washing it down, just good..!!


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My special 59 BD wine. 2009 Figgin's Bordeaux blend. Mrs IB took one sip and immediately said ohhhhhh thats good! Should be....... 92pts WS and it was stellar. Paired perfectly with dinner for sure.
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Speaking of Malbecs.... I have a 3-yr-old CC Showcase Argentinian Malbec open. It is quite nice! Better than most low-end commercial Malbecs, IMHO.


Ive enjoyed many Malbecs from Argentina and Chile. I know it's waaaay early to start talking spring, but I was planning on laying low with just 1 varietal. And I'm thinking a filled carboy from Chilean Malbec grapes is in my future.
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