Fatemeh from the food blog Gastronomie has posted the theme for the next Wine Blogging Wednesday coming up on November 2nd. Her challenge is to pick a wine that fewer than 250 cases were made. Hmm, I just received a bottle today that was from a batch of just 84 cases; perhaps this will be the choice? Or maybe IÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢ll visit Solo Vino to select an obscure bottle such as the Alsatian Pinot Noir from last week, who can tell? All I can say for sure is that the usual three bottles will be a supreme challenge.
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Blacksmith Cellars 2001 Cabernet.
It only had 110 cases and was quite brilliant. If you can find it, try it. It’s (for lack of a better word) scrumptious.
Nord Estate Wines’ Green Island Pinot Noir. Almost always less than 250 cases.
Thanks for the tips, Leab. Maybe finding 3 will not be that much of a problem afterall…
Pat Uphues says
Ledson 2001 Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve
123 cases produced
If it’s available this is an exceptional Cab.
Darrel F says
Here is something off the beaten path –
Shenandoah Valley California (Amador County)
Empress La Petite Morgan Nebbiolo
2003 126 CASES $15.00
Sold Out (no surpise with 126 cases !)
Since I’ve been enjoying your free podcast, I’ll donate the wine if
you’ll review it.