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Old 16-10-2009, 03:31 AM posted to alt.food.wine
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Default Parker takes the ultimate crack pipe

This just in, via Premier Cru's newsletter:

"From Robert Parker's website, an update on the tremendous quality of
the 2007 vintage in Southern Rhone. In his inaugural e-newsletter he
notes that 2007 Southern Rhone is the greatest vintage ever in ANY
viticultural area!!! The vintage of a lifetime!!!"

You hear that, everyone? Let me shout it out for you, in case Parker's
drug-induced slurring isn't intelligible enough:

"2007 SOUTHERN RHONE IS THE GREATEST VINTAGE EVER IN ANY VITICULTURAL
AREA!!! THE VINTAGE OF A LIFETIME."

Good to know. I'll drink up a bunch of 2007's, then think about dying.
I mean, why go on?

We now return you to your regularly scheduled Vintages of the Century.

JJ









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Default Parker takes the ultimate crack pipe

I find his farting dog his most redeeming feature (vide "Mondovino"). I
mean, one of the most high-octane noses of the world and he has an ugly
smelly dog.

Then, I am to look on life from the light side, dontcher know.

Cheers

Nils


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On Oct 16, 1:57*am, "Nils Gustaf Lindgren"
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I find his farting dog his most redeeming feature (vide "Mondovino"). I
mean, one of the most high-octane noses of the world and he has an ugly
smelly dog.



Well at least when he uses 'wet dog' descriptors they should be
accurate!
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