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All you ESJ fans out there!!

by Bob Parsons Alberta » Mon Nov 13, 2006 11:02 pm

http://www.sfgate.com/wine

See got your attention!! Article about East Bay wine producers.
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Re: All you ESJ fans out there!!

by Rahsaan » Tue Nov 14, 2006 5:02 pm

The Brandts spent a year in the Rhone Valley learning to make wine from Eric Texier


That was interesting. Has anyone tried their wine?

The part about great wine emanating from the East Bay is also a catchy slogan, but technically the grapes come from all the Usual Suspect CA regions..
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Re: All you ESJ fans out there!!

by James Roscoe » Tue Nov 14, 2006 6:23 pm

Rahsaan wrote:
The Brandts spent a year in the Rhone Valley learning to make wine from Eric Texier


That was interesting. Has anyone tried their wine?


We were all hoping you had! Get out there and give your palate up for the sake of science!
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Re: All you ESJ fans out there!!

by Redwinger » Tue Nov 14, 2006 7:34 pm

Rahsaan wrote:That was interesting. Has anyone tried their wine?

Rashaan,
The shoppe where I work just received today two boxes of samples Steve Edmunds graciously provided. They arrived quite cool, so we'll let them sit for a day or two and pop some corks later in the week...travel shock be damned! I'll try to post some notes then. I've heard a lot of great reports on ESJ and we look forward to representing them in Indiana...assuming they pass the palate test.
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PS: Robin, if this is too commercial, please fell free to delete.
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Re: All you ESJ fans out there!!

by Rahsaan » Tue Nov 14, 2006 7:55 pm

Rashaan,
The shoppe where I work just received today two boxes of samples Steve Edmunds graciously provided. They arrived quite cool, so we'll let them sit for a day or two and pop some corks later in the week...travel shock be damned! I'll try to post some notes then. I've heard a lot of great reports on ESJ and we look forward to representing them in Indiana...assuming they pass the palate test.
Bill


I was actually asking about the A Donkey and Goat wines.

But that's ok, feel free to regale us with ESJ TNs..
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Re: All you ESJ fans out there!!

by Redwinger » Tue Nov 14, 2006 8:02 pm

Rahsaan wrote:
Rashaan,
The shoppe where I work just received today two boxes of samples Steve Edmunds graciously provided. They arrived quite cool, so we'll let them sit for a day or two and pop some corks later in the week...travel shock be damned! I'll try to post some notes then. I've heard a lot of great reports on ESJ and we look forward to representing them in Indiana...assuming they pass the palate test.
Bill


I was actually asking about the A Donkey and Goat wines.

But that's ok, feel free to regale us with ESJ TNs..

Whoops. English as a first language can be a challenge at times for me.
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Re: All you ESJ fans out there!!

by James Roscoe » Tue Nov 14, 2006 9:15 pm

Redwinger wrote:Whoops. English as a first language can be a challenge at times for me.


No worries Bill, English gets the best of us all. Heck, the Aussies stopped speaking it years ago! :lol:
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