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kevviek

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Yeah I did look at that, the blurb on the 2008 matches about being produced for family and friends. But the price of $36…. Even that would be a bit of a stretch for those mof_’s to claim $70.
The 2008 RSR is $21/btl in dozens on the Reschke website…
 

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olympicwiz

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The 2008 RSR is $21/btl in dozens on the Reschke website…
It isn't. It was. Maybe. And not 2010. Who knows. RSR was meant to be sold to members only before CW wines got their mitts on it.

This website had been defunct for a while now and RSR was offered to members only, so it is of purely academic interest.

Presently CW is the new owner of the Reschke business as the Reschke family was engulfed in a bitter internal feud. CW currently officially sells it for $75.


Which we all know is a bit of a BS model. I see that they have some of the older Reschke museum stock made my talented Peter Douglas (ex Wynns).

He is long gone from the business so these would be the last stocks made by him. The true value probably lies somewhere in between.

These would be the last of the Mohicans. Happily grabbed a pack.
 

beefarmer

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I nearly got excited with the 2010 but alas, I will leave it to others. What is interesting were all the variations of Reschke Cabernets in the 2010 vintage, which was good. Wines valued at $120 together with others at $20, like the Vitulus. Chuck in the Bos, this RSR and others too. This shows a few things. Firstly the ability of a grower to market his products in many areas. Let's be honest, who would not like to put out a bottle of wine, costing five to seven bucks at the maximum at $120 instead of $20. Secondly it shows that there is an abundance of grapes available to be able to do that as they would be a lot of farting around with fermentation, barrels, age of oak and all that jazz. You see the beauty here in post picking 'manipulation' or 'treatment' options. But we as consumers can taste it so easily. Yes we do inhabit different taste worlds, but good is good. It's as simple as that. Whether its a nine bucker from the mafia or an eight hundred bucker from North Barossa.
 
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misohoney

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Any ideas on this one?

1. Black Market Pinot Noir 2018 (pre-arrival), (East Coast), Tasmania



94 points - James Halliday Wine Companion

5 Red Star Winery - James Halliday Wine Companion


This producer is known for being one of the best Pinot Noir producers in Tasmania. The unique microclimate where this fruit is harvested retains significant warmth, relative to the cold climate of Tasmania, producing wines with great richness, ripeness and intensity. Couple this with extended time on skins and maturation in French oak, and what you get is a very serious, powerful and dark Pinot Noir.



"Expect cherries and plums on the palate supported by savoury asian spices, pronounced tannins and a long, complex finish." - Nic Brown, Vinomofo Wine Dealer.



Alcohol: 14%

Cellaring: Drink now until 2030



Cellardoor price is $45 per bottle. Vinomofo is $19.90 per bottle in dozens.

(Set to leave warehouse on 3rd November)
 

olympicwiz

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Any ideas on this one?

1. Black Market Pinot Noir 2018 (pre-arrival), (East Coast), Tasmania



94 points - James Halliday Wine Companion

5 Red Star Winery - James Halliday Wine Companion


This producer is known for being one of the best Pinot Noir producers in Tasmania. The unique microclimate where this fruit is harvested retains significant warmth, relative to the cold climate of Tasmania, producing wines with great richness, ripeness and intensity. Couple this with extended time on skins and maturation in French oak, and what you get is a very serious, powerful and dark Pinot Noir.



"Expect cherries and plums on the palate supported by savoury asian spices, pronounced tannins and a long, complex finish." - Nic Brown, Vinomofo Wine Dealer.



Alcohol: 14%

Cellaring: Drink now until 2030



Cellardoor price is $45 per bottle. Vinomofo is $19.90 per bottle in dozens.

(Set to leave warehouse on 3rd November)
as a wild guess Pinot Noir 2018 - Cape Bernier Vineyard
 

DoreenQ

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The Cape Bernier only got a Halliday score of 89 (and the alcohol percentage is a little different). I can't find a perfect match, but some close options (all have 94 points from JH) are Spring Vale, The Ridge and Freycinet Louis.
Any ideas on this one?

1. Black Market Pinot Noir 2018 (pre-arrival), (East Coast), Tasmania



94 points - James Halliday Wine Companion

5 Red Star Winery - James Halliday Wine Companion


This producer is known for being one of the best Pinot Noir producers in Tasmania. The unique microclimate where this fruit is harvested retains significant warmth, relative to the cold climate of Tasmania, producing wines with great richness, ripeness and intensity. Couple this with extended time on skins and maturation in French oak, and what you get is a very serious, powerful and dark Pinot Noir.



"Expect cherries and plums on the palate supported by savoury asian spices, pronounced tannins and a long, complex finish." - Nic Brown, Vinomofo Wine Dealer.



Alcohol: 14%

Cellaring: Drink now until 2030



Cellardoor price is $45 per bottle. Vinomofo is $19.90 per bottle in dozens.

(Set to leave warehouse on 3rd November)
Any ideas on this one?

1. Black Market Pinot Noir 2018 (pre-arrival), (East Coast), Tasmania



94 points - James Halliday Wine Companion

5 Red Star Winery - James Halliday Wine Companion


This producer is known for being one of the best Pinot Noir producers in Tasmania. The unique microclimate where this fruit is harvested retains significant warmth, relative to the cold climate of Tasmania, producing wines with great richness, ripeness and intensity. Couple this with extended time on skins and maturation in French oak, and what you get is a very serious, powerful and dark Pinot Noir.



"Expect cherries and plums on the palate supported by savoury asian spices, pronounced tannins and a long, complex finish." - Nic Brown, Vinomofo Wine Dealer.



Alcohol: 14%

Cellaring: Drink now until 2030



Cellardoor price is $45 per bottle. Vinomofo is $19.90 per bottle in dozens.

(Set to leave warehouse on 3rd November)
Freycinet Louis Pinot Noir 2018 seems to be the closest match based on Halliday's review and the alcohol %! Any can you could share the link to purchase? Might have to get my hands on this!
 

misohoney

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Freycinet Louis Pinot Noir 2018 seems to be the closest match based on Halliday's review and the alcohol %! Any can you could share the link to purchase? Might have to get my hands on this!
Shoot me a PM, I'll send you my brokers details
 

Hors Ey

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Any ideas on this one?

1. Black Market Pinot Noir 2018 (pre-arrival), (East Coast), Tasmania



94 points - James Halliday Wine Companion

5 Red Star Winery - James Halliday Wine Companion


This producer is known for being one of the best Pinot Noir producers in Tasmania. The unique microclimate where this fruit is harvested retains significant warmth, relative to the cold climate of Tasmania, producing wines with great richness, ripeness and intensity. Couple this with extended time on skins and maturation in French oak, and what you get is a very serious, powerful and dark Pinot Noir.



"Expect cherries and plums on the palate supported by savoury asian spices, pronounced tannins and a long, complex finish." - Nic Brown, Vinomofo Wine Dealer.



Alcohol: 14%

Cellaring: Drink now until 2030



Cellardoor price is $45 per bottle. Vinomofo is $19.90 per bottle in dozens.

(Set to leave warehouse on 3rd November)
If you ask your broker, usually they will let you know what it is.
 

redbigot

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If you ask your broker, usually they will let you know what it is.

I agree on the Freycinet Louis being the best match, although it is $40 direct from the winery, the Halliday review lists it at $45.
 

Agenor

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Freycinet Louis Pinot Noir 2018 seems to be the closest match based on Halliday's review and the alcohol %! Any can you could share the link to purchase? Might have to get my hands on this!
May try this one too! Love my Pinots! Any Vinomofo coupon code out atm?
 

Coz

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Anyone know what these Pinots and Sparkling are?




Unfortunately one is a Sam Kim reviewed one so not expecting much ...
 

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