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November 30, 2019

2003 Fonsalette and more

Drinks at Que Pasa in Singapore.

2014 Réserve de la Comtesse - ripe fruit, lots of dried herbs in the first whiff, then turned smoky and minty.

Dinner at Les Amis in Singapore.

Bruno Paillard Première Cuvée, dégorgée Mars 2018 - initially a little yeasty, a little light, but later developed more on the palate.

2011 Markus Huber Riesling Reserve Berg - big petrol nose.

2003 Château de Fonsalette Rouge - opened 1 hour prior to serving.  Nice and fragrant, with a hint of metallic notes, some leather, and almost minty.  Dry and lean on the palate.

Neisson X.O. Full Proof - in a way, this was like a sweet whisky in terms of nose.

Neisson Bio - very exotic, and I definitely smelled sugar cane.

Full post on dinner is here.

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