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Wine Picks

for February 15, 2000
(Wines that taste best right now!)

by Fred McMillin

 

White Wines

$10 Maximum  
4th - Chardonnay, Bargetto, Central Coast, '98, $7
3rd - Chardonnay, Napa Ridge, North Coast, '98, $9
2nd - Sauvignon Blanc, Firestone, Santa Ynez Valley, '97, $8.50
1st - Chardonnay-Semillon, Hope Estate, Australia, '98, $8

 $15 Maximum  
2nd - Chardonnay, Guenoc, California, '97, $12
1st - Sauvignon Blanc, Handley, Dry Creek Valley, '98, $12
     

 $20 Maximum

2nd - Pinot Blanc, Napa Wine Co., Napa Valley, '98, $18
1st - Chardonnay, Handley, Anderson Valley, '97, $16 (pictured)

   

Red Wines


$20 Maximum
2nd - Pinot Noir, Bouchaine, Carneros, 96, $20
1st - Zinfandel, Beaulieu, Napa Valley, '97, $16

$25 Maximum
3rd - Merlot, Chateau St. Jean, Sonoma County, '97, $22
2nd - Merlot, Philippe-Lorraine, Napa Valley, '97, $25
1st - Cabernet Sauvignon, Philippe-Lorraine, Napa Valley, '97, $25

Unlimited
1st - Lake William red blend, Jarvis, Napa Valley, '97, $58


The Best Buy was the Hope Estate Aussie Chardonnay blend. The Best Wine was the Jarvis Lake William.

 
 


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