PCF Wine appreciation thread.

pltrgyst

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Hope it was great, Paolo!

Doing well, thanks. Walking fine, rehab three times a week. Cute young dark-haired physical therapist who must have learned her trade from the Marquis de Sade. Expect to get the full activity go-ahead from the surgeon in ten days.

But that first week with no wine allowed while I was on the hydrocodone nearly drove me nuts! :cool I couldn't even look at this thread...
 
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Covid sucks ... this wine doesn’t. Should really be laying this down for several years, but giving it a go with some sausage pasta tonight.
 

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Have any of you ever done the “Generous Pour” at Capital Grille? Usually done during the slow period to grab business, but I bet they are really struggling right now. Just wondering if anyone has and if it’s you thought it was worth it.
 

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Effed up label -- mostly my fault, I tried to cram it into my wine fridge when I got it....didn't quite fit obviously. Anyway, this 2017 Thymiopoulos Xinomavro from Naoussa Greece is much better than the Xinomavro I recently posted. I love the mild yet spicy aspect of this wine. VERY FUN and delicious

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A lot of our favorite wineries have been offering some pretty decent specials to keep afloat between the pandemic and the fires. While I do feel bad...our cellar is healthier than it has been in a while lol.

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These are the 2 most recent restocks. Opposite ends of the palette spectrum - the Pangloss pinot is super light and smooth, whereas the Enkidu humbaba is full and spicy, but I love them both.

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