What We're Buying Now

Two suits are on the subway riding home after work.  One guy says to the other, I got a hot stock for you.  You should buy Bear Stearns.  The other guy looks up from the paper and says, How much did you buy?

Advice and reviews are fine, but putting your money where your mouth is means more.

This is by no means a reflection of the best wine we've had lately, but it is a sampling of what we've been spending our hard-earned shekles on.
2007 Columbia Crest Grand Estates Cabernet Sauvignon Columbia Valley
Stupid-yummy and not a flaw to be found. Super deal available everywhere. $11

2008 Loimer Lois Gruner Veltliner
Not at all austere, packing body but light on its feet...great summer wine $15
Highly Unusual, Extremely Satisfying $28

Barbaresco May Cross Your Mind, But Not For the Price Tag $15

2006 Piazzano Ventoso Toscana
Italy in a glass.  Nothing crazy, but classically perfect.  What's not to love at $10?
Colombard? Wow!  Fruity nose, great acids keep it in check - balanced and awesome $9

2006 Huntington Petite Sirah California
Smooth, balanced, and felxible.  Easy with (or without) pretty much anything.  Crowd pleaser.  $8

We also took advantage of the free shipping on 2 cases or more sale and put in a huge (5+ cases), cellar-stocking order with Cameron Hughes of predominately Cabs including:
Elegant and high class. Collectible capable of improving with extended aging. Unbelievable at $16.

Immediate Gratification Cab that hits all the pleasure points. $12

Monster, chewy, textured, different, and irresistable. Unreal deal. $12