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03/15/2012

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Beatrice Russo

he probably wont note it here and you didn't link it in your post, but your colleague, @dobianchi wrote a nice piece about Los Pilares as well.

http://goo.gl/iO3oG

WineHarlots

Alice,

Great interview.
I haven't tasted this, and it's in my own backyard. My bad!

All the best,

Nannette Eaton

Bullfightschool

i picked those grapes. the carignane. the '11 will still have the funky tint. he wrong.

Alicefeiring

Thanks for the link, Beatrice. And Also glad that the funk will persist!

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