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Post  Terence T-Bone Livingston on Mon Jan 26, 2009 1:57 am

Philip Robert wrote:Big welcome to Senor Llama, great to have more and more winemakers added to the fray

Did you just say "fray?"
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Post  Brian Loring on Mon Jan 26, 2009 1:59 am

Terence T-Bone Livingston wrote:But do you think for your first post it's appropriate to "attack" somebody on another board??? Ha ha...
Isn't that what this board is for? Very Happy Sorry... KL brings out the worst in me.
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Post  Roy Piper on Mon Jan 26, 2009 2:08 am

I am waiting for threads where we attack the other board in it's entirety, not just particular people. Laughing
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Post  Peter Cargasacchi on Mon Jan 26, 2009 3:23 am

Terence T-Bone Livingston wrote:
Brian Loring wrote:
Ben Sherwin wrote:I'm not sure that is fair to Keith. Brian talked openly about some practices that Keith doesn't (and many others don't) agree with as a matter of course.
As Chris said, Keith took quotes completely out of context and twisted my words to further his agenda - on his website. In fact, it was pretty close to libel, which he (as a lawyer) should understand.

I don't mind the debate. Bring it on. But to run to another site and misrepresent the truth in order to show how "smart" you are is pathetic.

Welcome to the Jungle, Brian. But do you think for your first post it's appropriate to "attack" somebody on another board??? Ha ha...you missed some fun Tequila drinking a few weeks ago with Carg. Will remind you when we do it next time, as I'm sure you'll have some tasty Tequila to share!

T-Bone

Brian do drink tequila! But Julia, aka "Danger spouse" smashed and broke two fingers that midsummer night a couple weeks back. It was a fun night right up to the blood part.
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Re: Winemakers

Post  Terence T-Bone Livingston on Mon Jan 26, 2009 3:28 am

[quote="Peter Cargasacchi"]
Terence T-Bone Livingston wrote:
Brian Loring wrote:
Ben Sherwin wrote:.


Brian do drink tequila! But Julia, aka "Danger spouse" smashed and broke two fingers that midsummer night a couple weeks back. It was a fun night right up to the blood part.

This is true, Peter. There is now a new sign posted on Santa Rosa Road, just in Julia's honor after that Full Moon Evening.

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Post  Peter Cargasacchi on Mon Jan 26, 2009 12:08 pm

[quote="Terence T-Bone Livingston"]
Peter Cargasacchi wrote:
Terence T-Bone Livingston wrote:
Brian Loring wrote:
Ben Sherwin wrote:.


Brian do drink tequila! But Julia, aka "Danger spouse" smashed and broke two fingers that midsummer night a couple weeks back. It was a fun night right up to the blood part.

This is true, Peter. There is now a new sign posted on Santa Rosa Road, just in Julia's honor after that Full Moon Evening.


Dude, PLEASE!!!???

(My testicles are hanging from that sign.)
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Post  Bob Kaminski on Mon Jan 26, 2009 1:45 pm

Brian Loring wrote:

I don't mind the debate. Bring it on. But to run to another site and misrepresent the truth in order to show how "smart" you are is pathetic.

He must have a small Wiener then Cool.
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Post  Linda Baehr on Mon Jan 26, 2009 2:27 pm

Roy Piper wrote:I am waiting for threads where we attack the other board in it's entirety, not just particular people. Laughing

May I direct you to the Asylum? Very Happy
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Post  Mark.Ricca on Mon Jan 26, 2009 2:31 pm

Does anyone know Rudy Marchesi @ Montinore?

He's a former Jersey boy.

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Re: Winemakers

Post  Bob Wood on Mon Jan 26, 2009 2:57 pm

Mark.Ricca wrote:Does anyone know Rudy Marchesi @ Montinore?

He's a former Jersey boy.
I don't, but I can be there in about half an hour and introduce myself.
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Post  Zachary L A N G on Mon Jan 26, 2009 4:07 pm

If winemakers want, I think it'd be fun for the members here if somewhere in the signature line it said what wines you make...Most people here know most of you, but for those that don't, it'd be fun to match the names with the wines.
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Re: Winemakers

Post  Brian Loring on Mon Jan 26, 2009 5:04 pm

Zachary L A N G wrote:If winemakers want, I think it'd be fun for the members here if somewhere in the signature line it said what wines you make...Most people here know most of you, but for those that don't, it'd be fun to match the names with the wines.
OK... see signature below. Very Happy
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Post  Zachary L A N G on Mon Jan 26, 2009 5:18 pm

Beautiful!!!! Thanks Brian
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Re: Winemakers

Post  Bill Tex Landreth on Mon Jan 26, 2009 5:25 pm

I thought Loring made wine for Pali as well.

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Re: Winemakers

Post  Mark.Ricca on Mon Jan 26, 2009 7:37 pm

Bob Wood wrote:
Mark.Ricca wrote:Does anyone know Rudy Marchesi @ Montinore?

He's a former Jersey boy.
I don't, but I can be there in about half an hour and introduce myself.

He's really good peeps Bob. Used to own Alba here in Joisey. Montinore is all Bio now and his PNs are spot on.

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Post  Steve Manzi on Mon Jan 26, 2009 9:35 pm

Zachary L A N G wrote:If winemakers want, I think it'd be fun for the members here if somewhere in the signature line it said what wines you make...Most people here know most of you, but for those that don't, it'd be fun to match the names with the wines.

Actually, I think that there should be a forum, where you have threads set already.....meaning no new threads can be set up without the moadorators approving them.

For instance:

Loring Wines: And Brian is there to talk about his wines, without feeling like he is spamming his wines.

Edmunds St. John: Ditto

Etc.

I think this is a great idea!

Thoughts?
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Post  Brian London on Tue Jan 27, 2009 12:56 am

I just sent an email inviting Mike Hirby, Jeff Ames and Helen Keplinger to join in the merriment...
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Post  Cris Whetstone on Tue Jan 27, 2009 1:06 am

Brian London wrote:I just sent an email inviting Mike Hirby, Jeff Ames and Helen Keplinger to join in the merriment...
Killer. Thanks Brian and good to see you here.


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Re: Winemakers

Post  Mary Baker on Tue Jan 27, 2009 1:12 am

Steve Manzi wrote:Actually, I think that there should be a forum, where you have threads set already.....meaning no new threads can be set up without the moadorators approving them.
For instance:
Loring Wines: And Brian is there to talk about his wines, without feeling like he is spamming his wines.
Edmunds St. John: Ditto
Etc.
I think this is a great idea!
Thoughts?
Personally, I think the mailer threads are the appropriate place for brand excitement. Brian, Justin Smith, StevEd and others are always very generous about responding to questions regarding shipping, winemaking practices, etc. Having "protected" threads would cause undue conflict, alienate other wineries who post excellent content but aren't board favorites, and cause undue work for the moderators. Maybe instead of mailer excitement threads, just merge all generic discussion about one winery into one massive fan thread?

Eh, sorry to be such a wet blanket Steve, but it's been tried before on a couple of different fora. Giving every winery that registered their own thread just resulted in a lot of unused space for mods to watch over (Wall*E). Plus, this board is a lot more welcoming to ITB participation (we even have our own category!) so I don't think that will be as much of an issue.
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Post  Zachary L A N G on Tue Jan 27, 2009 1:37 am

I was in touch with Jamie Kutch and he said he's going to check us out when he can "stop for a second to breathe"

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Re: Winemakers

Post  Nate Weis on Tue Jan 27, 2009 1:44 am

I'm here now. Be gentle.

You're all worthless and weak.

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Post  Brian London on Tue Jan 27, 2009 1:47 am

Cris Whetstone wrote:
Brian London wrote:I just sent an email inviting Mike Hirby, Jeff Ames and Helen Keplinger to join in the merriment...
Killer. Thanks Brian and good to see you here.
Good to be seen...

I just invited Russell From (Herman Story) and McPrice Myers to post up as well.
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Post  John Holdredge on Tue Jan 27, 2009 2:29 am

I invited Rod Berglund.

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Post  Linda Baehr on Tue Jan 27, 2009 4:37 am

Nate Weis wrote:I'm here now. Be gentle.

You're all worthless and weak.

Only the strong survive. I have faith in you. Smile
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Post  Cris Whetstone on Tue Jan 27, 2009 4:43 am

John Holdredge wrote:I invited Rod Berglund.
Tell him to bring more of those oldies from the Swan library. That 68 Cab and Zin were something.

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