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05/11/2012

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StevenMirassou

Love the passion, Alice. But the inference that "natural" winemakers are the only ones who love their wines is crap.

StevenMirassou

Alice:

I guess it pays to read more carefully...previous comment is not what you wrote. Sorry for that.

Alicefeiring

Thank you Steve, because if that was what I wrote or even what I thought, I would deserve to be tarred and feathered.

Www

looking forward to reading your reports.

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