The publicity material that remained on hand might have provided an opportunity to cheat a bit and reconstruct from memory, and internet access could have fleshed that material out into something resembling an authentic review. 

But an eight or nine-day gap before I’d be able to use that line of inquiry means it’s probably best to state that I was highly impressed (once again) and leave it at that. 

I had the same problem just down the road at Pikes. The wines were impressive, the mailing list subscribed to, and actual details regarding specific wines are hazy.

In particular, visiting the two establishments leaves me in awe of people who can taste large numbers of wines in a sitting and still maintain the ability to distinguish subtle differences between high-class examples of the same style.

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