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3/3/08 11:04 AM
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MikeZev
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3/3/08 11:25 AM
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skrump
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Nice man, nice. Did you order that at a restaurant or have it at home? I?ve had some Dal Forno wine before, I think I found some at Italian Wine Merch here in the city, pretty damn good.
3/3/08 1:04 PM
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buddy of mine just inherited a sick wine collection from his older brother who would make a yearly trip to italy just to buy cases of wine.
3/4/08 12:35 PM
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Soooooooo. What did it taste like?
3/4/08 2:53 PM
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MikeZev
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it was probably one of the sweeter wines i've ever tasted but it had a ton of depth to it. never tasted that combo before. the finish wasnt overly sweet either. the last amarone i had was a little rough around the edges until it opened up about 30 minutes after opening but this one was smooth right out of the bottle. my buddy has a case of this stuff so i'll be drinking it again!

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