On Monday, August 28, 2023 at 1:29:19 PM UTC-4, dalewilli...@gmail.com
> I forgot one wine from park concert
> 2020 Gadais Peninsula Muscadet
> Citrus, floral, moderate acids, not sure I’d peg as Muscadet blind. B-
> Friday grilled marinated Korean chicken with cold soba and tomato, grilled peppers, and Swiss chard.
> 2021 Thivin Reverdon Brouilly
> I’ve been a big 2021 Bojo fan, but this one didn’t really do it for me. A little burnt tire on nose, cranberry and green herbs. B-/C+
> Saturday we went up for dinner at friends in Briarcliff, oysters followed by delicious fall off bone lamb shanks in a laksa sauce, and bok choy/Shanghai tips.
> NV Gosset Grande Rose
> I remain a fan. Crunchy red fruits, baking bread, good finish. B+/A-
> 2014 Fevre Montmains Chablis 1er
> Lemon, green apple, some citrus blossom, wet rocks. This has that 2014 verve, but it is a little shorter than optimal, other than that classic. B+/B
> 2005 Edmund St John Wylie -Fenaughty Syrah
> Mark thought this had a medicinal finish, I got herby, but not medicinal. Black raspberry, black pepper, some oregano, leather. Resolved tannin, good finish. B+
> Sunday oysters, grilled arctic char, artichoke/truffle cuscinetti, caprese, corn avocado salad
> NV Gosset Grande Reserve (375 ml)
> I found this a little flat and short, but I often find half bottles of Champagne a bit lacking. I’ve liked more in 750.
> 2002 Ecard “Narbantons” Sauvigny-les Beaune 1er
> Man this is in a good place. Resolved tannin, bright but not harsh acids, lacy texture, red currants and pomegranate, smoke. Really nice. A-
> My last notes for a bit, having gallbladder out tomorrow.
Best of luck, DaleW. My brother had that done years ago; hopefully, they can do the operation with only a small incision.