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    Re: Found Some Pappy Van Winkle 20Yr On The Way Home

    Isn't that the part number for the label?
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    Re: Found Some Pappy Van Winkle 20Yr On The Way Home

    Quote Originally Posted by callmeox View Post
    Isn't that the part number for the label?
    That makes sense. If there was a bottling code it would most likely be stamped on the bottle.
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    Re: Found Some Pappy Van Winkle 20Yr On The Way Home

    Yeah, it probably is a label code.
    I have the same number on several different Pappy's and Old Rip's.
    But it is worth a try when trying to get the current release of Lot B to get the,
    04.6084.01
    over the,
    04.6084

    Also ask a high volume retailer about his inventory turn over.
    ovh

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    Re: Found Some Pappy Van Winkle 20Yr On The Way Home

    According to Julian 'this year's bottling should have a pressure sensitive label rather than glue on, and the front label is lower on the bottle than it should be- not quite centered'.

    Time to go hunting.

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    Re: Found Some Pappy Van Winkle 20Yr On The Way Home

    Here's what Julian said in another Lot B thread:

    Quote Originally Posted by jvanwinkle View Post
    Just so you guys don't go crazy trying to figure out codes, the # in the Lot B front label is a part # for that front label. All of our labels have a part #.
    Thanks for the favorable reviews. I agree-It's a really good bottling!
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    I assume that's the code that we're talking about. the .01 may mean that it is the new pressure sensitive label that Skunk is referring to.
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    Re: Found Some Pappy Van Winkle 20Yr On The Way Home

    I just set my 2 different bottles of Lot B side by side and the Autumn '08 label is lower than the other one.
    Also the font of the 04.6084.01 is smaller than the 04.6084
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    Re: Found Some Pappy Van Winkle 20Yr On The Way Home

    Quote Originally Posted by OscarV View Post
    Yeah, it probably is a label code.
    I have the same number on several different Pappy's and Old Rip's.
    But it is worth a try when trying to get the current release of Lot B to get the,
    04.6084.01
    over the,
    04.6084

    Also ask a high volume retailer about his inventory turn over.
    They are label codes and revisions. I went down this path on the PVW 20yrs. PVW does a good job making it hard to distinguish between release years. As far as I can tell, the PVW 23yr is the only one with a distinct.. err ... distinction between runs.

 

 

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