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- Drew - 02-06-2001 01:22 AM

For those interested, a link to Northwest wines that medaled in the 2000 San Francisco International Wine Show.

http://www.winepressnw.com/tasting/00-sf.html

Drew


- winoweenie - 02-06-2001 08:40 AM

Drew-Bugger, Eat your heart out. Thanxs to CCK I`m the proud owner of a prescription to a great mag titled NorthWest Wines. (hehe I had them dudes las week!) Boy, had to strip down to the skivvies here the last three days. Temps in the high 70`s to low 80`s. Howzzit up thar? ( Giggle)WW


- Innkeeper - 02-06-2001 09:29 AM

Sitting here reading the same mag, contemplating going out and shoveling a foot of snow off my walks.


- Drew - 02-06-2001 10:47 AM

We look more like the Northwest than the Northwest usually looks like....rain and rain. At least it's not snow.

Drew


- Innkeeper - 02-06-2001 10:56 AM

Well it's drop dead gorgeous here. Walks are shovelled, one parking lot clear, vehicles around front, waiting for side lot to be plowed, and two feet of snow pack in the front yard. Almost time to sip a Northwest Riesling.


- winoweenie - 02-06-2001 10:21 PM

The replies` seem to indicate that your weather isn`t replicated by the sunny&warmer we be blessed wif` here.WW I Hate that!


- ddf68 - 02-08-2001 11:00 AM

Our cold snap has finally ended here and it's positively balmy. Overnight lows above zero, we've even been getting some melting during the day, and the frozen pipes have finally thawed. It's perfect--cold enough for stews and red wine, but not too cold. That's my weather report. My question is why'd the weenie choose a white wine climate?

ddf


- Drew - 02-08-2001 04:16 PM

He turns the air conditioning way up!!

Drew


- winoweenie - 02-08-2001 06:25 PM

DDF, White wine climate? If it`s 78 outside you put on your shorts or swimmin` thongs , take a red from the cellar (55*) and cool-down. Lived in Denver for 15 years, fought too many snow-storms.....Desert be KEEN!! WW


- ddf68 - 02-08-2001 06:53 PM

I have polished off a few reds in the cellar on warm summer days. I just can't seem to work myself into a proper red wine frenzy when it's hot out.

ddf


- mrdutton - 02-09-2001 12:01 AM

That's when you break out the young stuff like the Beaujolais and sip them suckers on the back veranda under the umbrella.....

Just make sure there's some BBQ Chicken and Hamburgers on the grill and that the wine is chilled to a proper 60 to 65 degrees.

Come on summer!!!


- Innkeeper - 02-09-2001 12:13 AM

Winter in Maine is great. No tourists. Just got back from a performance of Carmen by the London City Opera Company at the Maine Center for the Arts in Orano. Wonderful!


- chittychattykathy - 02-17-2001 03:33 PM

Well, we have our first, and most likely only, "snow storm" of the year here, whopping 6-8 inches. (Hey, no laughing, that's a lot for us.) Amazes me to see how paralyzing this little amount of snow can be for folks around here.
IK, Carmen, what a great opera!
Glad you boys are enjoying the mags.