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12/25/2010

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AndrewWiese

Lovely to read the full story of your fighting the good fight and finding a wine-personality match!

Alicefeiring

Thanks for coming back for the full edition. --Alice

Chezmatze.wordpress.com

That's really a wonderful story. Just that very day I've had the first Selosse of my life, ...the Brut Initial. It seemed like "ripened" excentrism to me in the way that it makes you more relaxed but not less powerful when you're ageing. A beautiful one. By the way, I still keep my first Sugarcubes' album on vinyl...

Tri_pops

great to finally hear the full story!

Alicefeiring

Happy to oblige. And I hope she got to drink it!

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