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This time the evening brought a surprisingly fresh Assyrtiko, a large Gräfenberg and sensational Californians.

Here we have Boekenhoutskloof The Journeyman and Shafer Hillside Select.

Now we have various wines, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from California, a Barbaresco and a modern Ribera del Duero.

We are tasting Grand Siecle, Bricco del Drago, Ürziger Würzgarten and a fantastic sweet wine from Martinelli.

Here we have a mixture of Rhone, Mosel, Rheinhessen and California.

In addition to Riesling from Rheinhessen and three Californian wines, this time we have Ygrec and Petrus.

The wines of Flowers are hard to find in Europe. So I bought my bottles 10 years ago in an auction. Now we drink my last bottle.

This was an evening of great wines.

Martinelli is one of the top producers of Zinfandel. As a friend of Zinfandel, you shouldn't miss these wines. These wines are hard to find in Europe, so purchasing them from the mailing list is recommended.

Our wines from the Kongsggard mailing list have just arrived.

Since the wine tasting in Paris in 1976, it has been clear that sensational Chardonnays come from California.

Two great red wines saved the long evening, Paolo Scavino 1995 Barolo Rocche dell‘Annunziata and Occidental 2016 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir Cuvée Elizabeth.

This time we have two Chardonnays from California and Germany and two Rieslings from Germany.

Our wines from the Kistler mailling list have just arrived. And we taste a surprising Greek wine.

The Kistler Pinot Noir was imported by us using the mailing list.

The white wines are from California, Rhone and Mosel. We brought the Nebbiolos back from our Piedmont short trip.

We had a great evening with Argiolas Turriga and Kongsgaard Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon.

This time we have Pinot Noir, Barolo and Portwine.

During the blind tasting it appears to be three California wines. But one is from Bordeaux.

Three great wines for dinner in ascending order.

Which wine goes best with a nice venison roast? Barolo, Californian Pinot Noir or a Chateauneuf-du-Pape?

We compare the very rare "Traumzeit Großes Känguru" from W.E. Frank wines with one of the top Chardonnays of Kistler.

Here we have two great red wines from La Spinetta and Gaja and a Beckstoffer To-Kalon.

We compared two Pinot Noir from Burgundy and California in the same price range.

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.

This time we tasted Chateauneuf-du-Pape versus California.

Now it is time for two bottles which we bought at the last online auction.

It is a strange combination - Barolo Riserva and Pinot Noir from California.

New vintages in Tuscany, especially 2016, were praised. The Super Tuscans of 2015 did not really convince us. So what about Chianti Classico and Flaccianello? Finally three different Californian reds.

Older vintages of Monte Bello were traditional Californian Reds. The new vintages seem to be modern and fruity.

For us the Gloria Ferrer 2007 Carneros Cuvée is the best sparkling of the new world and also most probably the best sparkling outside the Champagne. Sadly the 2007 vintage is not available anymore, so we were very excited when the new vintage 2010 arrived.