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11/26/2010

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The first wine book I ever read was Wine Buyers Guide by the same two co-authors... I think it got me off to a pretty good start!

Dave Pohl

Joe Roberts

Alice, I think it would be more likely a TWENTY-five page thread :-).

Sasha Smith

Isn't he also the sage that brought us "cheese is milk's leap toward immortality?"

Alicefeiring

He was indeed!

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