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April 01, 2005

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thecaveman

Any idea how long these things age? I had one producer tell me that either you drink them young or wait at least 10 years.
Caveman

Bertrand

Their dry reds , as the following link says, age 5 to 10 years , and the fortified wines 20 to 40 years . Some of the dry reds we tasted were already so enjoyable after a few years . I guess having several bottles of a given cuvée would allow to check it along the years...
http://64.233.183.104/search?q=cache:rqziTW7FeqwJ:membres.lycos.fr/vin/actis98/rectorie.htm+la+rectorie++ans&hl=fr

Mr. Bayona

Dear Sir:
I'm looking for a marc made of corinth grape that I tasted some years ago in a Spanih Restaurant. Have you ever heard about it?
I will be very pleased if you can give me any information about this splendid liquor.
Thanks in advance
Mr. Bayona

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