Sunday, May 17, 2015

Getting To The Bottom Of What The J.LOHR Wines Are Today : Their Personality, Their Style, Their Indivuality, Their Own Definitions : Cheers!

It was great to revisit all these J.LOHR California wines more than a year ago today, and here I am just getting around to posting these pictures that I took of the whole experience, from start-to-finish one morning in Cleveland Park, Northwest, Washington D.C., 20008 @ Cleveland Park Wine & Spirits in our nation's capitol! Cheers, and enjoy! I cannot wait to try them soon again in late May or early June with either or both Matt our sales rep of National republic or with Jerry Humphreys himself! Thanks to you both in advance.

I am especially looking forward to trying the dry red Valdiguie indigenous grape variety that, for years , was confused with the Gamay grape there in California.

There in the photo above is Ravinder Sharma that was the manager of Cleveland Park Wine  Spirits until he left almost two years ago. It was great to work with you Ravi! Cheers to you. Thanks for the good times we shared working together.

This is what I have posted so far tonight, Sunday May 17th, 2015, and I will post more soon and write about that, too. Stay-tuned, cheers,  TONY

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