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RP vintage 1990 and...
« on: 10/17/2007 08:43 PM »
If you ever get the chance and enjoy wine might I suggest a bottle of any red wine from the "DAO" region of Portugal. Or if you have deep pockets nothing beats a bottle of Brunello di Montalcino. What do others tend to drink with the Rocky vintage series?
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RE: RP vintage 1990 and...
« Reply #1 on: 10/17/2007 08:58 PM »
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pieman - 10/17/2007  10:43 PM

If you ever get the chance and enjoy wine might I suggest a bottle of any red wine from the "DAO" region of Portugal. Or if you have deep pockets nothing beats a bottle of Brunello di Montalcino. What do others tend to drink with the Rocky vintage series?


I'm a pretty big fan of red wine - mostly California Cabs, some Merlots, some Zins, and a little Pinot.  Can't really get into the whites.  But if i'm drinking with a cigar then I usually like to have a bolder beer (hoppy) or a good Cab.  The last RP I had was with a bottle of Avalon or Benziger - good inexpensive Cabs.

Although i do occassionally buy non-california wines - most recently Italian and Chilean.  I can't remember having on from Portugal.  I'll look out for DAO.

-Paul