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- allie - 11-10-2000 03:08 PM
Hi-I'm new to this-I just received a bottle of Chateau Margaux Premier Cru 1990 for a wedding gift and am wondering about it. Is it good? Should I keep it for a while? Thanks for your help!
- ddf68 - 11-10-2000 04:09 PM
You have good taste in friends. Chateau Margaux is one of the most prestigious wines in the world--with prices to match. It is also of very high quality. In a good vintage, which 1990 is, Margaux can easily improve in bottle for 20 years. If you have adequate storage conditions--constant temperature in the fifties or low sixties--you may want to hold onto it for at least a few years. You are in for a glorious wine experience. Cheers!
p.s. I notice you have also posted this question under Collectibles. The inhabitants of this board prefer messages only to be posted in one place.
[This message has been edited by ddf68 (edited 11-10-2000).]
- allie - 11-10-2000 04:23 PM
Wow, I am excited. Thank you for the information. Sorry about the double message posting, now I know. In a regular house without a basement, any ideas on where to store the wine. I appreciate your help with this.
- Innkeeper - 11-10-2000 04:33 PM
Would have sworn we saw this question someplace else before. In regard to the follow up question; in the bottom of the most central closet in the place, so long as it doesn't have a heating duct in it. If you want to hang onto it for several more years, you might want to check into how much a local retailer would store it properly for you.
- allie - 11-10-2000 04:43 PM
Thank you-I had posted both my messages at the same time not knowing that was not acceptable. Sorry Thanks again for your help! I will check with the local wine stores. This wine board is wonderful.
- winoweenie - 11-10-2000 07:10 PM
Hi Allie and welcome to the board. Sorry the more acerbic members have chided you on youre double posting. I, being of a kinder and gentler spirit would never do this. I`m also open as Palladin used to say, "Have Vinium-Will Travel. LETS OPEN THAT SUCKER! " WW
- chittychattykathy - 11-11-2000 09:38 PM
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needs. What a kind man you are, I like your style. K
- Drew - 11-11-2000 10:06 PM
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- winoweenie - 11-13-2000 07:53 AM
AW SHUCKS FOLK, jes` doin` whatfer any kind, considerate,handsome, intelligent, wino would do. WW