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TOnight I took my research group out to dinner at a local Italian
restaurant, though I'd neglected to consider that this is graduation
weekend at Purdue. In any event, with our main courses, I got a bottle of:

2004 Produttori di Barbaresco Barbaresco
nose: reticent, red fruit, minerals, rose petals, a hint of tar
palate: light, high acids, smooth tannins

Still quite young in character, this wine nonetheless was not in a bad
place tonight. It has begun developing tertiary characteristics and
should continue getting nicer for a good long while. My students, only
one of whom knows much about wine, generally enjoyed this wine.

Mark Lipton

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On May 13, 9:17*pm, Mark Lipton wrote:
TOnight I took my research group out to dinner at a local Italian
restaurant, though I'd neglected to consider that this is graduation
weekend at Purdue. *In any event, with our main courses, I got a bottle of:

2004 Produttori di Barbaresco Barbaresco
nose: reticent, red fruit, minerals, rose petals, a hint of tar
palate: light, high acids, smooth tannins

Still quite young in character, this wine nonetheless was not in a bad
place tonight. *It has begun developing tertiary characteristics and
should continue getting nicer for a good long while. *My students, only
one of whom knows much about wine, generally enjoyed this wine.

Mark Lipton


Had their low end Nebbiolo last week. Pretty good and inexpensive.
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On May 14, 5:36*pm, lleichtman wrote:
On May 13, 9:17*pm, Mark Lipton wrote:

TOnight I took my research group out to dinner at a local Italian
restaurant, though I'd neglected to consider that this is graduation
weekend at Purdue. *In any event, with our main courses, I got a bottle of:


2004 Produttori di Barbaresco Barbaresco
nose: reticent, red fruit, minerals, rose petals, a hint of tar
palate: light, high acids, smooth tannins


Still quite young in character, this wine nonetheless was not in a bad
place tonight. *It has begun developing tertiary characteristics and
should continue getting nicer for a good long while. *My students, only
one of whom knows much about wine, generally enjoyed this wine.


Mark Lipton


Had their low end Nebbiolo last week. Pretty good and inexpensive.


I had the Nebbiolo last week also..it was being toted around by the
distributor here. I thought it was excellent especially at the price.


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