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TonyO | Aug 17, 2007 06:23 PM

Faced with the following choices, I'm curious what you all would pick:

First Course:

Fried Wellfleet Oysters with creme fraiche, pickled shallots, and roasted bacon

A. Perrier Jouet Grand Brut , NV ..................................$60
B. Chablis, 1er Cru "Les Lys" , Defiax, 2004 ..............$65
C. Merry Edwards Sauvignon Blanc, "Meredith Vineyard Estate" 2005.................. $50
D. Weisser Burgunder, "Spatlese Tocken", Rebholz.................................................. $45

Second Course

Heirloom Tomato Salad with pickled watermelon, fromage blanc, and mint

A. Piper Sonoma Brut, NV ..............................................$25
B.Sanford Chardonnay, Santa Barbara, 2004..............$30
C.Gruner Veltliner, "Steinsetz", Gobelsburg..................$30
D. Leeuwin Estate, Sauvignon Blanc, "Siblings", 2004..........$28

Third Course

Grass Fed Rib-Eye with duck fat potatoes, wild mushrooms, and pickled onions

A. Taz, "Fiddlestix" Pinot Noir, Santa Rita Hills, 2004............................$45
B. Goose Ridge Vineyards, Estate Cabernet Sauvignon, 2004...........$35
C. Neyers, "Tofanelli Vineyard", 2004......................................................$50
D. Renard, "Unti Vineyard" Grenache, Dry Creek Valley, 2004............$48
E. Stag's Leap Winery Petite Syrah, 2004...............................................$45
F. Cline, samll berry Mourvedre, Contra Cosat County, 2004................$40

Ah, life is full of choices ! I will give the actual choices later this weekend (with any additions and comments).

Cheers!

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