I don't keep close tabs on the cellar but I am pretty sure I know what I have put in the cellar over the years. The Stags leap was one of those weird ones that I managed to build around. The 1994 that Henry mentioned triggered a memory of what i had. I am
wines over the CNY weekend----each an example of great wine making The '82 Chateau Lafite was the epitome of elegance,combining the mid-body refulgence of dark fruits ,complexity, with a velvety finish with years to '94 Cask 23 from Stags Leap,stunned wi
NickO in this instance (sorry, Ray Davies!). My new friends who showed up today. The 30 year old Teeling which is as great as advertised. I might not open those Midletons for a very long time. I hope I have the discipline to make this whiskey last!
65% alcohol with genuine colour. Smells like many bourbons a bit like nail polish, but only a little. Dilutet down to 48% alcohol it retains almost all taste of 65 %. 65% is too much alcohol to drink, way too much! Smell: quite sweet, hardly any smoke, ex