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22 February 2005

A Man After My Own Palette

CavemanThe Caveman is fond of that old world wine funkiness - as opposed to the new world wine superfruit.  If you would rather reach for a Hermitage Blanc over a ginormous Chardonnay, I think you'll enjoy his posts.  And by the way, although he tastes wines that I can only dream about here in my Utah wine-desert, he writes with 0/zilch/nada wine snobbery.  Cheers, Caveman!

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Lenn

Funny...Caveman and I were just "discussing" (via email) his wine selections...and how even in NY (not the city) I can't find most of them.

I do think I've got him convinced to visit LI sometime though (he has a friend here).

We need to have a wine blogger field trip, don't we?

beau

Oh a field trip sounds great. And LI/NYC would be a great location.

thecaveman

Hey Beau,
Thanks a lot for the kind words, it's nice to be recognized by other wine affecianados that I hold in esteem. I'm all for a little field trip, get together, drunk-up! NYC is perfect, though I would love to welcome you all to my home turf in Montreal... so you, me, Lenn, anybody else?.. springtime in NY? sounds good to me.
Bill

Lenn

Red is Life is a NY-based wine blog...and there are several food bloggers in NYC.

I do want to visit Montreal sometime though. In fact, rumor has it that my bachelor party might be there in late April :)

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