What are you opening for NYE 2021?

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What are you opening for NYE 2021?

#1 Post by Brian S t o t t e r »

Assuming many of you are opening bubbly, but sadly I only have a single bottle of Champagne on hand and plan to wait until later in January to open.

We plan to open a 2018 Goodfellow Beloved Acre Whistling Ridge Pinot Noir and 2019 Willi Schafer Graacher Domprobst Spatlese #5 with a cheese & charcuterie board dinner.
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#2 Post by Tomás Costa »

We're going out so I wouldn't know yet, but this restaurant has a great cellar (especially the stuff that's not on the wine list).
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#3 Post by Tom G l a s g o w »

I had planned on opening a 2010 Burg, but opened it tonight by mistake. Either Dom ‘08 or Bereche NV with a few years on it.

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#4 Post by luc@sl@belle »

Krug 167eMe
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Peter Michael Pinot
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#5 Post by Rodrigo B »

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#6 Post by Nicolas G. »

We plan on opening a NV Cruse Tradition and a 2014 Donum RRV reserve Pinot. Haven’t had the tradition yet so I am excited to taste it.
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#7 Post by Ken Leiter »

2007 Huet Vouvray Pétillant Brut

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N.V. Laurent-Perrier Champagne Cuvée Rosé Brut.
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#9 Post by MikeHill »

2006 Taittinger Comtes
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Excited for the Taittinger after the positive press on the board. All December I’ve been popping the good stuff, both as a celebration of 2020 ending and in preparation for dry January.

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#10 Post by Geoff F. »

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We're gonna see how good the storage at a local QFC was (it was in a locked wine room). If either/both suck it'll probably be whatever grower fizz we have handy.
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#11 Post by D@ve D y r 0 f f »

1978 "Domaine de L'Hermite" (Gray) Hermitage
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Possibly others TBD, especially if the Hermitage is shot.

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#12 Post by Mich@el Ch@ng »

08 comtes

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#13 Post by Matthew Hemming »

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#14 Post by Merrill Lindquist »

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#15 Post by Ed Steinway »

Frank Bonville Les Belles Voyes 2012 will be the bubbly. Red wine still TBD.

I hope everyone has a fantastic and safe New Years!

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#16 Post by EmilDyrvig »

16, 17 and 18 Kongsgaard Chardonnay
99 Cheval Blanc
99 Mouton Rothschild

Haven't decided on bubbles yet.

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#17 Post by LoriMcLaughlin »

2004 Billecart-Salmon BdB Brut to start! Others still under consideration....

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#19 Post by Joseph Grassa »

another exciting 48 hours before we go most of January dry

Tonight
2012 Chateau de Vaudieu Chateauneuf du Pape Amiral G
2005 Pierre Usseglio Chateauneuf du Pape

Tomorrow
2008 BOLLINGER LA GRANDE ANEE

I'm a complete novice with champagne. Any suggestions on how long to open prior? Anything I should get for pairing? Any thoughts or tips, even what should be obvious is appreciated. Thanks in advance!

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#20 Post by Anthony C »

2000 Vietti Barbaresco with dinner.

If we decide to stay up (unlikely), I have a few bubbles or sauternes to choose from.
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#21 Post by Andrew S »

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#22 Post by jtfriedman »

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#23 Post by Frederico L e e »

Ulysse Collin Les Pierrières? But may change to beer as someone in the house screamed for a different meal style, Chinese hotpot. Will see what ends up.

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#24 Post by alan weinberg »

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#25 Post by D@vid Bu3ker »

We’re having lasagne, so not Champagne. That will come tomorrow when we have gougeres and Krug.
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#26 Post by jtfriedman »

Joseph Grassa wrote: December 31st, 2020, 8:05 am
I'm a complete novice with champagne. Any suggestions on how long to open prior? Anything I should get for pairing? Any thoughts or tips, even what should be obvious is appreciated. Thanks in advance!
Hey Joseph, it comes down to personal preference and the quality of the champagne. For something like the 2008 Grande Annee, I would recommend removing it from fridge temp, popping it, and letting it warm up for about 10-15 minutes. You could allow longer, but I also like to watch it evolve while warming up in the glass.

Pair with something salty and rich. Oysters, fried chicken, petit filet. Sushi is my personal pref. But tbh, it will go with just about anything.
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Tomás Costa wrote: December 30th, 2020, 4:52 pm We're going out so I wouldn't know yet, but this restaurant has a great cellar (especially the stuff that's not on the wine list).
What is this "going out" to which you refer?

I have a 1996 Dom Ruinart on tap for tonight. And will be asleep by 11, no doubt
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Neal.Mollen wrote: December 31st, 2020, 10:59 am
Tomás Costa wrote: December 30th, 2020, 4:52 pm We're going out so I wouldn't know yet, but this restaurant has a great cellar (especially the stuff that's not on the wine list).
What is this "going out" to which you refer?

I have a 1996 Dom Ruinart on tap for tonight. And will be asleep by 11, no doubt
Restaurants can operate until 10:30 pm (curfew is at 11 pm). After dinner we come home and open champagne at midnight.
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#30 Post by Neal.Mollen »

Tomás Costa wrote: December 31st, 2020, 11:01 am
Neal.Mollen wrote: December 31st, 2020, 10:59 am
Tomás Costa wrote: December 30th, 2020, 4:52 pm We're going out so I wouldn't know yet, but this restaurant has a great cellar (especially the stuff that's not on the wine list).
What is this "going out" to which you refer?

I have a 1996 Dom Ruinart on tap for tonight. And will be asleep by 11, no doubt
Restaurants can operate until 10:30 pm (curfew is at 11 pm). After dinner we come home and open champagne at midnight.
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#31 Post by Joseph Grassa »

jtfriedman wrote: December 31st, 2020, 10:13 am
Joseph Grassa wrote: December 31st, 2020, 8:05 am
I'm a complete novice with champagne. Any suggestions on how long to open prior? Anything I should get for pairing? Any thoughts or tips, even what should be obvious is appreciated. Thanks in advance!
Hey Joseph, it comes down to personal preference and the quality of the champagne. For something like the 2008 Grande Annee, I would recommend removing it from fridge temp, popping it, and letting it warm up for about 10-15 minutes. You could allow longer, but I also like to watch it evolve while warming up in the glass.

Pair with something salty and rich. Oysters, fried chicken, petit filet. Sushi is my personal pref. But tbh, it will go with just about anything.
awesome. Thank you!

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#32 Post by Tomás Costa »

Neal.Mollen wrote: December 31st, 2020, 11:04 am
Tomás Costa wrote: December 31st, 2020, 11:01 am
Neal.Mollen wrote: December 31st, 2020, 10:59 am

What is this "going out" to which you refer?

I have a 1996 Dom Ruinart on tap for tonight. And will be asleep by 11, no doubt
Restaurants can operate until 10:30 pm (curfew is at 11 pm). After dinner we come home and open champagne at midnight.
Have fun. Where are you?
Espinho, Portugal. And we're off to a great start...
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#33 Post by Neal.Mollen »

Tomás Costa wrote: December 31st, 2020, 11:56 am
Neal.Mollen wrote: December 31st, 2020, 11:04 am
Tomás Costa wrote: December 31st, 2020, 11:01 am

Restaurants can operate until 10:30 pm (curfew is at 11 pm). After dinner we come home and open champagne at midnight.
Have fun. Where are you?
Espinho, Portugal. And we're off to a great start... IMG_20201231_192132.jpg
That is awesome Tomás. Have a great holiday!
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#34 Post by Bryce K »

2017 Paetra Riesling “K” from Berserker Day 2019.
I had to open a dry white wine to make the ravioli filling for my course tonight, and so this will be my wine for the evening (I’ll be the only one drinking tonight)! Really looking forward to it. The bubbly will have to wait until after son #2 shows up in May.
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#35 Post by DonnaM »

2010 Scharffenberger Blanc de Blancs for bubbly, and 2010 Failla Pearlessence Pinot Noir to go with dinner (duck). There’s no significance to the convergence of 2010s, just a coincidence!
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#36 Post by C. Mc Cart »

We're doing Suisse Fondue night, so either a dry sparkling ( Hinterland Les Etoiles or Pierre Peters BdB) or maybe a riesling from Austria.
Tomorrow Coq au Vin, so red burgundy (maybe a '07 L'Arlot Suchots as one is standing up).

Otherwise, we don't really consider tonight anything special, so don't look to open something out of the ordinary.

That said - Best to all, hope the next 12 months brings everyone better times.
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#37 Post by cjsavino »

Mag of NV Ruinart BdB, enough for the two of us
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#38 Post by Paul Jaouen »

2004 Comtes and a La Mouline, vintage TBD.
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#39 Post by Ron Erickson »

Closing out 2020 with a bottle of 2000 bordeaux. Debating between St Pierre or Prieure Lichine.
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#40 Post by jordan jacobs »

alan weinberg wrote: December 31st, 2020, 10:08 am 1996 Salon
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Ron Erickson wrote: December 31st, 2020, 12:44 pm Closing out 2020 with a bottle of 2000 bordeaux. Debating between St Pierre or Prieure Lichine.
I have not had the St Pierre but the PL was excellent

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#42 Post by jordan jacobs »

Away from home tonight. Dinner is Thai so a Riesling to start followed by a 94 mondavi reserve, 96 Margaux and if still thirsty an 89 Chave.

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#43 Post by Andrew K. »

Having an early Thai dinner. Brought 2017 Muller Scharzof QbA and 2014 St Urbans Hof Ockfener Bockstein Spatlese.
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#44 Post by Jay Miller »

Paul Jaouen wrote: December 31st, 2020, 12:32 pm 2004 Comtes and a La Mouline, vintage TBD.
Love, love, love the 2004.
Ripe fruit isn't necessarily a flaw.

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#45 Post by Greg K »

Jay Miller wrote: December 31st, 2020, 1:33 pm
Paul Jaouen wrote: December 31st, 2020, 12:32 pm 2004 Comtes and a La Mouline, vintage TBD.
Love, love, love the 2004.
It’s my favorite example of a champagne that appeals to wine geeks and “civilians” alike. I wish I had more.
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Louis Roederer. Never had it. I like Piper-Heidseck, mainly, but this was a deal at Costco, so why the hell not? But heard good things.
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#47 Post by Jayson Cohen »

Greg K wrote: December 31st, 2020, 1:35 pm
Jay Miller wrote: December 31st, 2020, 1:33 pm
Paul Jaouen wrote: December 31st, 2020, 12:32 pm 2004 Comtes and a La Mouline, vintage TBD.
Love, love, love the 2004.
It’s my favorite example of a champagne that appeals to wine geeks and “civilians” alike. I wish I had more.
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#48 Post by EvanLodes »

1995 Clos du Mesnil.
Happy New Year everyone.

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#49 Post by Thomas Keim »

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#50 Post by Jayson Cohen »

I’m adding a bottle—to open now.

2018 Rollin Pernand-V Sous Fretille
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