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Bordeaux 2009 in NYC

#1 Post by Dinesh Goyal »

Hey guys

Just wanted to check if there would be any interest in doing a Bordeaux tasting in NYC.

I was thinking the theme could be 2009 vintage but open to any other ideas.

Right now just checking if at least 3-4 people would be interested. If there is an interest in the general concept, we can start figuring out the details (theme, venue, date etc).

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Date Options


1. Week starting Jul 24th: Su, Mo, Th, Fr
2. Week starting Jul 31st: Su, Mo, Th, Fr
3. Week starting Aug 7th: Su, Mo, Th, Fr
4. Week starting Aug 14th: Su, Mo, Th, Fr

Venue Options
1. Noreetuh (no corkage on Sundays)
2. Peking Duck House
3. Balvanera (no corkage on Mondays)
4. Nice Matin (no corkage on Mondays)

If you are interested, please reply back with

1. Day of the week that you strongly prefer or doesn’t work at all

2. Most preferred and least preferred week

Edit 3

So far tentative interest from @David Schliecker @Thomas Rippe @Mike Reff @J0hnEhrl1ng @Joseph Grassa @jeff davidson @JC J o u a s
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#2 Post by Thomas Rippe »

I'm interested.

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#3 Post by Dinesh Goyal »

Thomas Rippe wrote: June 20th, 2022, 12:21 pm I'm interested.
Hey Tom, Great. Let’s see if we can get a couple of more people to express interest.

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#4 Post by Brent C l a y t o n »

During the summer?
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#5 Post by Dinesh Goyal »

Brent C l a y t o n wrote: June 23rd, 2022, 4:41 pm During the summer?
Lol. Hopefully.

I was hoping once we have 3-5 people signed up, we will start working on dates and see what works best.

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#6 Post by J0hnEhrl1ng »

Hi Dinesh, I am interested depending on the date picked. I have a busy summer.
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#7 Post by Mike Reff »

I think that there would be more than enough interest, throw out some dates.

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Mike Reff wrote: June 24th, 2022, 9:55 pm I think that there would be more than enough interest, throw out some dates.
Edit

Dates are in the original post.
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#9 Post by Joseph Grassa »

I and my wife could be interested. We don't really have much on the Bordeaux end though. Only the sweet stuff, and mostly splits of Chateau Guiraud, Lafaurie-Peyraguey, Chateau Suduiraut, La Tour Blanche, but we do have multiples of each.
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#10 Post by Thomas Rippe »

I can't do Wed or Thurs nights. The other five days are fine. Fingers crossed.

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#11 Post by Dinesh Goyal »

Thomas Rippe wrote: June 25th, 2022, 9:49 am I can't do Wed or Thurs nights. The other five days are fine. Fingers crossed.

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I'm interested.

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#13 Post by Dinesh Goyal »

@David Schliecker @Thomas Rippe @Mike Reff @J0hnEhrl1ng @Joseph Grassa

Seems we have enough interest. I have thrown out a few dates. Please let me know if those work for you.

Also feel free to suggest a venue.

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#14 Post by Joseph Grassa »

Looks like we should be good to make any of the Tuesdays or Fridays, besides the 21st of July.
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#15 Post by Mike Reff »

Just curious, why 2009? Do you want to see where they are at at this stage? I do not know many venues that are byob or with a low corkage...

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Mike Reff wrote: June 26th, 2022, 6:26 am Just curious, why 2009? Do you want to see where they are at at this stage? I do not know many venues that are byob or with a low corkage...
Mike, that’s right.

But feel free to throw out other ideas.

As for restaurants, I have asked a couple of people for ideas. Two that I can think of are Noreetuh and Peking Duck house

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#17 Post by Juliec »

Posting to keep this on my radar. Will check in to see if there is room (and I can source) when a final date is selected.
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#18 Post by J0hnEhrl1ng »

Dinesh Goyal wrote: June 26th, 2022, 6:33 am
Mike Reff wrote: June 26th, 2022, 6:26 am Just curious, why 2009? Do you want to see where they are at at this stage? I do not know many venues that are byob or with a low corkage...
Mike, that’s right.

But feel free to throw out other ideas.

As for restaurants, I have asked a couple of people for ideas. Two that I can think of are Noreetuh and Peking Duck house
I definitely enjoy Noreetuh. I'll get back to you about the dates, a few seem promising.

As for 2009, are you wanting everyone to double decant a head of time? Or is your goal to see how the wines evolve throughout the night, pulling the cork at the restaurant?
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J0hnEhrl1ng wrote: June 26th, 2022, 10:58 am
Dinesh Goyal wrote: June 26th, 2022, 6:33 am
Mike Reff wrote: June 26th, 2022, 6:26 am Just curious, why 2009? Do you want to see where they are at at this stage? I do not know many venues that are byob or with a low corkage...
Mike, that’s right.

But feel free to throw out other ideas.

As for restaurants, I have asked a couple of people for ideas. Two that I can think of are Noreetuh and Peking Duck house
I definitely enjoy Noreetuh. I'll get back to you about the dates, a few seem promising.

As for 2009, are you wanting everyone to double decant a head of time? Or is your goal to see how the wines evolve throughout the night, pulling the cork at the restaurant?
I am going to double decant mine. Don’t want to be prescriptive. My personal opinion is that 2009 vintage is still young and double decanting would help.

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#20 Post by Thomas Rippe »

Noreetuh is corkage free on Sundays. I enjoy PDH.

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#21 Post by JC J o u a s »

I’d be interested in checking on the 2009 vintage and if you are willing to switch the day of the week, Balvanera an Argentine steakhouse does BYOB Mondays as does Nice Matin and they would both seem entirely more appropriate.

https://www.balvanerarestaurants.com/
https://nicematinnyc.com/
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#22 Post by David Schliecker »

Any of those dates would work for me.

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#23 Post by Dinesh Goyal »

JC J o u a s wrote: June 26th, 2022, 3:10 pm I’d be interested in checking on the 2009 vintage and if you are willing to switch the day of the week, Balvanera an Argentine steakhouse does BYOB Mondays as does Nice Matin and they would both seem entirely more appropriate.

https://www.balvanerarestaurants.com/
https://nicematinnyc.com/
Sure. Let me add Sunday and Monday as well to the option set and see what people say.

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#24 Post by jeff davidson »

I'm interested

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