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Wow - a Blaufrankish, excellent, but extra points for finding one outside of Europe! And Long Island to boot - how exciting.

Just looking at all the entries - should get the overview up by the weekend. Lots of interesting stuff being sampled.

I had a feeling you were going to do the Blaufrank.. I am surprised more northern wineries aren't doing it also. While I have only tasted Austrian Blaus, I can't get enough. Looks like a NewYork visit might be towards the end of the month.. I'll let ya know.I would love to taste one.

Bill

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