Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Some Things I Actually Don’t Have…


Sometimes the New York Times features wines and regions that I actually don’t sell. Like Eric Asimov’s most recent column on Spätburgunder, Pinot Noir as it’s known in Germany name. The column highlights the difficulty of finding these wines for sale here in the US. I would concur. I don’t even sell one – and I like to think I sell one of everything.

Now Spatburgunder is on my list of “wines I’d like to sell” (a.k.a. the grid) but I haven’t yet found one to put on the shelf – at least at a price I thought I could comfortably sell it. This thought is echoed in the accompanying blog piece.

Well really, I’m echoing quotes from the blog….it’s odd to be behind the curve on something!

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