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06/12/2012

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Darnking113

You are not the only one! I head out to the California wine country every few years looking for a new small batch wine from a small producer. I usually settle myself in vacation rentals in Sonoma County (http://www.itrip.net/sonoma-county-vacation-rentals/ca, if you are interested), and use that as my home base to explore. And man have I not been disappointed at all either! There is so much to find there, and so much to take in when you go there! I would recommend this over and over!

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