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Old 11-05-2004, 03:35 PM
Marc Branch
 
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Default 1986 Sh. Suduiraut

Hi all,

Opened a bottle of this about a week ago, and it was nice. Somewhat
light, evident botrytis, and a enough acid to hold it together. About
a glass worth was left, and it remained in my "cellar" at 61 degrees
F, and "vacu-vined" (I follow this superstition). Anyway, drank the
dregs last night. Wow! Unctuous, full of fruit, especially apricot
and peach flavors, beautiful bright edge overlayed with perfect
botrytis. A good two-minute finish. Obviously, this wine is still on
its way up. Thank goodness I have a few more on which to wait.

Sante,

Marc

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