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There is a great champagne and a very ripe Rioja.
For a perfect long evening, you just need awesome wines.
Today we taste a Belle Epoque as well as Nebbiolo from the 2019 vintage.
After the vacation, we return to old habits and taste great wines.
We have Roederer Cristal, a Spanish Orange wine, an awesome Pinot Noir and a Burgundy.
For a birthday, you have to open great wines.
The wine of the evening was the 1967 Monte Real Blanco Reserva Semidulce, but we also had a great Champagne and three great reds.
There are ripe Dom Perignon, Karl Erbes and Chapoutier. We still don't know why Karl Erbes hasn't sold out long ago, given its quality and value for money.
This time we have a mature Champagne, a very good Bordeaux and a sensational Barolo.
Let's have a long evening with wines from different countries.
Here we have a Duval-Leroy Champagne, a Viognier from Germany, a Klaus Keller Riesling, two old Masi Amarone and a mature Tignanello.
A sparkling wine made from Riesling with long yeast aging and a relatively young Champagne offer a very contrasting tasting this time.
We are tasting Grand Siecle, Bricco del Drago, Ürziger Würzgarten and a fantastic sweet wine from Martinelli.
Let's have a look at Jean Pernet Champagne, Heymann-Löwenstein Riesling Uhlen R, two great Reds from Burgundy and perhaps the best Red from Austria.
This time we tasted 2007 Comtes de Champagne, a mature Grüner Veltliner, a classic Chablis, an unknown Californian wine, 1971 La Conseillante and 1967 Suduiraut.
One sparkling and several white wines started a phantastic evening: a 100% Pinot Meunier Champagne, Burgundies from Meursault and Puligny-Montrachet and a great white from Piedmont of the Timorasso grape.
Sparklings from the Champagne mature very well. Here we have two examples from Jean Pernet and Paul Bara, one non-vintage and one from 2004.