Offsite storage

The cupboard is largely bare now, barring an eclectic collection of undrunk rosés forlornly waiting for summer to return, opened fortifieds from my WSET diploma fortified exam a couple of years ago now that are surely irredeemably oxidised, and some odds and ends whites, being mostly a random walk in chardonnay.  Perhaps the Madeiras are still good ... This is the difficulty, I see, with my temporary arrangement with offsite storage.  I am hoping some reds arrive in the mail as the nights get cooler.
Wine Thoughts
April 28, 2014
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  1. Should have started investing in reds sooner. I normally use Pinot to transition through autumn eating as much mushroom and duck as the wife will let me.

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  2. Well, that is a very sensible way of managing things and is rather what I should have done :) Stay away from those Canberra mushrooms though :/

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