Tuesday, November 23, 2010



Chris Partridge said...

I don't mind if I do...

Baydog said...

Russian River Chardonnay 2009
Top White Wine $10 and Under
"Exceptional Value"
World Value Wine Competition, 2010

Available at Whole Foods, ABC, Grape Moments and Gusto retailers

They've got to make a red too, no?
Note to self: Go to Whole Foods

O Docker said...

Maybe you can sign up Baydog to do regular wine reviews here.

This is the next one I want to hear about.

Tillerman said...

And a perfect gift for all those Laser sailors aged 55-64 in your life.

proper course wine review staff said...

Splendid aromas of apples, pears and hints of tropical fruit are gracefully layered with a touch of French oak. The brilliant acidity serves to grace the wine with elegance, while the ripe fruit supplies a full mid-palate richness.

Enjoy paired with Calamari and house-made Aioli or any shellfish 'especially' lobster in drawn butter, linguini with fresh clam sauce or garlic shrimp. Grilled or baked fish or scallops pair well as do dishes like chicken piccata or fettucini Alfredo.

Mojo said...

As it happens, Grandmaster would also be a fitting reference to "a big red-headed kid that first walked though the back kitchen door and started peeling shallots."

As many of us know, shallots would have languished in relative obscurity and would probably remain there today had they not been peeled to perfection by an enterprising and dedicated San Francisco restaurateur and then brought to the world's attention by a passionate San Francisco writer.

... I mean New Jersey. Cheers Baydog!

Baydog said...

My wine review would look a little something like Phil Hartman's Frankenstein:

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