- posted 9 years ago
In north Atlanta suburbs for a couple of days seeing parents. Not
checking bags, so bringing wine not convenient, but went to Harry's
market, a large "Fresh Market" with a better selection of wines than
the regular supermarkets, But the GA markups are brutal compared to
NY. I ended up with 2 French wines where I only thought I was paying
30% more than NY.
With beef tenderloin, baked potato, and asparagus, the 2007 Thivin
Cote de Brouilly ($27), Sweet red berries, smoke, good acids, nice
length. I enjoyed first night, didn't hold up so well overnight. B
With roast chicken, root vegetables, and a spinach/mushroom salad, the
2007 Trimbach Riesling ($20). Lighter framed than some vintages,
citrus and a touch of petrol, good length, mineral. B
Glad to be back to my cellar/stores soon.
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