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End of Passover,Sea Splitting

by Harry J » Fri Apr 14, 2017 9:54 am

b"sd
we can believe intelectually ww can believe emotionaly yet the highest level is when we believe even with our physical self. sometimes we can reach a point where we just jump in.then when we reach the other side we can sing.
Have a good one; H
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Re: End of Passover,Sea Splitting

by YoelA » Sun Apr 16, 2017 9:12 pm

So far

Recanati 2011 wild carignan reserve; deserving of all the acclaim it received when released.
Hagafen 2015 sauvignon blanc, one of my go-to kosher whites (the other being Hagafen's rousanne or Collage)
Hagafen 2014 pinot noir, always excellent with salmon
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Re: End of Passover,Sea Splitting

by YoelA » Wed Apr 19, 2017 9:07 pm

two more Pesach wines

2012 Lewis Pasco project #1. A verrrrrrry nice wine.
2012 Chateau Parsac (Montagne-St. Emilion) not so nice - OK fruit marred by bitter tannins in the finish

Now that Pesach is over I guess we'll be shutting this doiwn. heck, I'm the only one who posted during the holiday.

Harry, can you give me the address for Gabe's forum? I'd like ti join that one now.

And many thanks for your efforts to keep this going.
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Re: End of Passover,Sea Splitting

by Harry J » Thu Apr 20, 2017 6:14 am

golan cab '13 this winery consistently stayed under the radar.good stuff. gilgal cab 12 got a little better.gilgal syrah '12 didnt. psagot m cab'13 didnt impress,poppy fields pinot grigio oddly sweet. H
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Re: End of Passover,Sea Splitting

by Robin Garr » Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:42 am

YoelA wrote:Now that Pesach is over I guess we'll be shutting this doiwn. heck, I'm the only one who posted during the holiday.

Well, it's sad to see you all go. I'll miss you. Please know that you are always most welcome to drop by the main forum and participate with tasting notes, and to join any of our conversations.

Now, an important maintenance question: Would you prefer that we keep these pages open? Or is it better to remove them and let their memory be a blessing? Let me know, please. I don't mind keeping them, and you'd be free to drop in any time in the future; but I won't do that if you prefer otherwise.
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Re: End of Passover,Sea Splitting

by Harry J » Fri Apr 21, 2017 6:59 pm

lets keep it going
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Re: End of Passover,Sea Splitting

by Robin Garr » Fri Apr 21, 2017 10:09 pm

Harry J wrote:lets keep it going

Gladly!

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