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- txkajun - 02-03-2002 01:49 PM

Ok, I have seen the term 'cat pee' used a few times, and I must say I don't get it. I have 3 cats that live in the house with me and there is no pleasant connotation to that term that I can find. Anybody wish to clue me in? [img]http://www.wines.com/ubb2/smile.gif[/img]


- Bucko - 02-03-2002 01:58 PM

I guess it is an acquired taste! I use it to describe the strong musky/gooseberry aromas that some Sauvignon Blanc wines give off.


- Botafogo - 02-03-2002 07:33 PM

We have an Aussie customer (cute too!) who gives the best soundbites ever. Her take on Gravner's monumental Sauvignon was "Wow, this smells like a Bengal tiger marked his territory in your glass....give me some of those curried mussels!". But my favorite of all time was when she called Dal Forno Amarone "A real dominatrix of a wine...it takes control of your mouth and gives it back to you when it's done with it"!!!!!

Roberto


- winoweenie - 02-03-2002 07:36 PM

Velchomme back youse sveet talhin' lover. !!!WW


- Botafogo - 02-03-2002 08:47 PM

I'm back but my heart is still in Rio.....I almost forgot how to speak English this time, I'm getting there language wise.

I was expecting a drunken verse or two on the phone from you at half-time.....


Roberto (at work, lot's to catch up on)


- Innkeeper - 02-03-2002 08:52 PM

I think Riesling d'Alsace tastes like cat pee; Mmmmmmmmmmm.