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February 23, 2005


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I've got an old bottle of Welch's Purple; would that work?

Just kidding, I think I'll look to the Greeks or Austrians.

is nero d'avola obscure... perhaps not. what about frappato I guess that is obscure...nice theme lenn.

I wish I could take credit for the idea, Ron, but Andrew is the genius behind this vintage of WBW!

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