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06/03/2012

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Felipe Méndez

I feel happy as a chilean to see Viejas Tinajas praised on your blog. Mainly because I know it deserves so. Maybe it has earned a few more words considering how quixotesque this effort is in an overwhelmly industrial wine country like Chile.
Kudos on Marcelo Retamal, its winemaker, not only because of this lovable wine, but for his bravery and commitment on real wine.

PS: This TypePad thing is a real PITA, Alice.

Alicefeiring

Thanks Felipe, but would you do me a favor and tell me about the problems with TypePad?

Felipe Méndez

Well, I took me a while to do something I used to do right away. But it's nothing, really.

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