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Sean P. Sullivan

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Okay you Christmas celebraters, the day is almost upon us. I am interested in hearing what wines people are planning to open for the holiday. Personally, I have a bottle of 2003 Saviah Une Vallee and a 2003 Cougar Crest Anniversay Cuvee on standby. However, I have a cold that has left me unable to taste much of anything so they may stay in the cellar. Leave a comment and let me know what you are planning to open tomorrow so I can live vicariously. Happy holidays to all.

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  1. Anonymous Says:
  2. Wine?!? I just opened the Maker's Mark.


  3. Anonymous Says:
  4. Wait on the good ones! For the love of god, please hold off! I just had the 05 Owen Roe Du Brul cab and it was flawed. Let me tell you having a wine when it is not at its peak, (or you are not,) just plain bites it! I was very excited for this wine and clearly the $15 wine we had before it put it to shame. How embarrassing! It was a Father's Day gift to my Dad...good thing he's so nice and pretended to like it regardless.

  5. Anonymous Says:
  6. Just got back from Christmas in Idaho. Opened the Ensemble #3 and it was delicious after a 1.5 hr decant!

  7. Ensemble No. 3. Now that is the perfect Christmas wine!

  8. Anonymous Says:
  9. 2004 Bionic Frog

  10. Now you CAN'T tell me that you opened the 2004 Bionic Frog without telling me how it was?!?


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