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« on: October 18, 2004, 09:29:54 pm »
Anyone else looking forward to this film?  I LOVE Paul Giamatti.  I think he's such an awesome actor.  He was so good in "American Splendor"!
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« Reply #1 on: October 19, 2004, 04:07:53 am »
Yep...this definately looks like a great movie.   :D

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« Reply #2 on: February 01, 2005, 06:00:54 am »
I was recommended to watch this by a winemaker :wink: The characters and
story were authentic enough to impress him! Its 'screening' here now  8)



I think I'll check it out Sunday afternoon; it sounds a very entertaining film!

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Muddy Water "Hare's Bredth" Pinot Noir 2006
« Reply #3 on: April 03, 2008, 07:39:31 am »
Hi peeps

I thought the 'Sideways' thread was the most appropriate place to add TNs
(Tasing Notes) on a 'New World' Pinot Noir so here goes... Hare's Bredth '06

Relatively deep ruby-red with evident clarity and a youthful edge. The nose
starts off with masses of concentrated cherry and damsom plum fruit with a
twist of spice and that irrepressable forest floor/sous bois note. An evolving
wine that starts to show off beetroot, rhubarb, violets and a myriad of all of
the best attributes of Red Burgundy ;to think this wine only retails @AU$55!

The Zerrutti Supertaster wasn't of size sufficient for the wine, so I put it into
a Lipton Ice balloon and it started to show so much more complexity! Clearly
a brooding pinot with much more enjoyability ahead of it. Best cellared for a
year or 5, to develop into something really interesting. The limitation will be
the degree of filtration... its going to lack complexity with this much fining :oops:

95.5 / 100 just the same... this from a winery with a 'Mojo' label below it!


Peace

Aaron