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- Kcwhippet - 09-28-2002 12:32 AM

www.winespectator.com/Wine/Daily/News/0,1145,1841,00.html

I knew there was a reason I haven't been too fond of BV wines lately ... and I thought it was just me.


- winoweenie - 09-29-2002 06:32 AM

Hi KC. Not familiar with the article but my last experience with the 97 Rutherford and PR was very positive. Haven't had the 99s' yet. Amplify. WW


- wondersofwine - 09-30-2002 08:44 AM

Many of their wines suffer from TCA--apparently a cellar problem and may be confined to one particular cellar where some of their high end wines are fermented. I think the article said '97 to '99 wines may have been affected. In 2000 they used a different cellar or something.


- winoweenie - 09-30-2002 05:41 PM

Thanks... I'll open some 97s' in the near future. WW


- wondersofwine - 10-02-2002 09:27 AM

To their credit, the winery is trying to make good on spoiled bottles. If your '97s are damaged, check on your options.