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Default [TN] '05 Breton Clos Sénéchal

Jean brought up the title bottle for a dinner of homemade fettucine and
cappelini with pesto from the less-than-glacial cellar. Despite my
misgivings, the wine proved to be open and ready for business, if still
quite primary. Lush mouthfeel, minerality, black and blue fruits and
silky tannins made for a very pleasant experience and a wine that went
splendidly with the pasta. Those of you with professional storage or
otherwise glacial cellars will likely have to wait longer.

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Default '05 Breton Clos Sénéchal

On Aug 29, 10:49*pm, Mark Lipton wrote:
Jean brought up the title bottle for a dinner of homemade fettucine and
cappelini with pesto from the less-than-glacial cellar. Despite my
misgivings, the wine proved to be open and ready for business, if still
quite primary. Lush mouthfeel, minerality, black and blue fruits and
silky tannins made for a very pleasant experience and a wine that went
splendidly with the pasta. Those of you with professional storage or
otherwise glacial cellars will likely have to wait longer.

Mark Lipton
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This is a long time favorite of mine. Good QPR and drinks well right
from the start. In Ohio it's about $25/bottle. Hope the Boilermakers
are up to taking out ND this year and no more coaching brain farts!!!
Good luck this year.
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Default '05 Breton Clos Sénéchal

On Aug 29, 10:49*pm, Mark Lipton wrote:
Jean brought up the title bottle for a dinner of homemade fettucine and
cappelini with pesto from the less-than-glacial cellar. Despite my
misgivings, the wine proved to be open and ready for business, if still
quite primary. Lush mouthfeel, minerality, black and blue fruits and
silky tannins made for a very pleasant experience and a wine that went
splendidly with the pasta. Those of you with professional storage or
otherwise glacial cellars will likely have to wait longer.

Mark Lipton
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as another owner of a LTG cellar, maybe I should check in on my 04.
Thanks
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On Sep 1, 10:57*am, DaleW wrote:
On Aug 29, 10:49*pm, Mark Lipton wrote:

Jean brought up the title bottle for a dinner of homemade fettucine and
cappelini with pesto from the less-than-glacial cellar. Despite my
misgivings, the wine proved to be open and ready for business, if still
quite primary. Lush mouthfeel, minerality, black and blue fruits and
silky tannins made for a very pleasant experience and a wine that went
splendidly with the pasta. Those of you with professional storage or
otherwise glacial cellars will likely have to wait longer.


Mark Lipton
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alt.food.wine FAQ: *http://winefaq.cwdjr.net


as another owner of a LTG cellar, maybe I should check in on my 04.
Thanks


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