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Offline wotavidone

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Re: My test of the Mighty Pizza Oven
« Reply #50 on: August 30, 2012, 06:49:48 PM »
Most responders to this thread seem to have completely missed the single most important feature of Craig's report!
Did you notice the refreshments on page one? a 2001 Greenock Creek Cab Sav. A good South Aussie Barossa valley red, well aged too.
Let me tell you, it lends a lot of serious credibility to this MPO test and review, knowing the tester has impeccable taste in wine. ;D
How did you lay hands on this gem, halfway across the world?
It is not all that easy to find here, and I'm only 125 miles up the road from Greenock.


Offline TXCraig1

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Re: My test of the Mighty Pizza Oven
« Reply #51 on: August 30, 2012, 07:44:29 PM »
Most responders to this thread seem to have completely missed the single most important feature of Craig's report!
Did you notice the refreshments on page one? a 2001 Greenock Creek Cab Sav. A good South Aussie Barossa valley red, well aged too.
Let me tell you, it lends a lot of serious credibility to this MPO test and review, knowing the tester has impeccable taste in wine. ;D
How did you lay hands on this gem, halfway across the world?
It is not all that easy to find here, and I'm only 125 miles up the road from Greenock.

I've been drinking their wines for some time - one of my all-time favorite vintners. I think the 2001 is the first vintage I purchased. I love the rasiny note to their wines. I don't have much cab left but still a good amount of Alices and Apricot shiraz. You Aussies make some incredible wines.

CL
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