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11/10/2010

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Campbell

Lovely article Alice. Your perceptions of Australian wine lean towards the prehistoric, but I always enjoy reading you.

Campbell.

Karen-and Gough

We might be a bit troglodytic in this neck of the woods, but we do have the Voice of the People Spring 2010 23 Ltr demijohn sitting on the bar (our 4th arriving this week). Good to see we are at least in tune with you folks in NYC! Settlers Tav Margaret River...although its only $6 glass here...

Karen-and Gough

oh! and by the way - its seriously delicious! Fresh and juicy...

Alicefeiring

How do people respond to the wine?

Dave Brookes

Nice write up Alice...I had a look through Tom's wines last weekend in the Barossa and again last night with the lads from the Natural Selection Theory...they are doing some interesting stuff.

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