OL in Northern Virginia???????????


I'm judging Virginia wine for Tasters Guild on Sat May 21 @ Holiday Inn in Chantilly, so I'm staying at the hotel night before.
Would love to gather together with AFW members @ Mark's Duck House in Falls Church on Fri May 20th. I could bring some Italians or just have a casual tasting-dinner with no theme. About 7:30 would be good.
How much does MDH charge for corkage and how far ahead do you need to book?
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Joseph B. Rosenberg
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Jeez, I'd love to attend but there's that small matter of several thousand miles of land in between. ;^(
FWIW, as long as you're in the neighborhood be sure to try the "Naked Mountain" Chardonnay. I tasted that at a wine bar at Dulles Airport late last Millennium, and it was so *nice* I bought their last 3 bottles and brought them back with me to California. That's high praise from someone who _makes_ Chardonnay!
Tom S
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About 15 years ago, I thought the Harpers made the best chard in VA since then Linden and a bunch more wineries have emerged---At the time I wanted to bring Naked Mountain into MD but the winery didn't want to do the paper work. They're in Md now with a company set up by Williamsburg winery. Do they still have a label that is very primitive?
I was in Cal last Sept 3rd--cracked up rental car & ended up in hospital---I'm set to return maybe in 2006 to see friends in Sacramento & Redding & go to Taylor's refresher and maybe friends in LA........where are you located?
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As of a few years ago their label was pretty simple. Black IIRC.
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I'm in Burbank, one block from Disney Studios.
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