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Bin 009 speculation begins

Might it be?

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It definitely is. But where is it definitely?

Domaine Cheysson

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says a Google image search… good to see you around!

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I just saw that. It must be Tim’s turn…

The only Chiroubles I’ve tasted was delicious :pray:

Chapeau if it is a blanc or a cremant.

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Yes, or a nice older vintage from the back catalogue

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Or a Rose Beaujolais… ticks the box for ‘unusual’ for Bin series. And it is springtime.

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Maybe a low intervention 2020 vintage?

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My hoped for purchasing strategy nicely summed up

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Any news on this subject @laura? Will we see any further announcements in the near future?

News… Surely you mean clues…

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In the very near future indeed! Keep your eyes peeled on social media in the next few days. :smiley:

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HA !!! I’ve guessed it, but don’t want to spoil the speculation for others.

If I’m right, it’s unusual & food friendly. Last time I had a bottle was in a restaurant in Macon… and never seen again since then. It was 1984 possibly, I was 19 & on the way to climb the Gran Paradiso in Italy.

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You will win lots of fake internet points if you tell us all what it is!!!

Hmmm, she’s giving nothing away :thinking:

That can only be one thing: a still wine from Reykjavík, probably made from a white grape varietal with an umlaut on its name.

There’s really no other option.

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It is the next Bin #6. Chiroubles is the Tasmania of Beaujolais.

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Post it and blur the name of the grape, it’s as close as we can all get to opening a sealed envelope together on the big day!

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