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December 09, 2005

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I'll have to try the Cupola, the $30 price tag seems more reasonble for a Long Island meritage that I haven't tried yet. I tend to drink wines that pair with "bigger" meats anyway.
cheers!

The Cupola is definitely, year in and year out, one of my favorite blends out here. And I'm glad to see them drop the price this year (the 2000 was $40).

I've got another bottle I'm going to hold onto. Both 2000 and 2001 were good years in these parts (particularly for reds)

The next time you're coming out this way, let me know...we'll taste some stuff together that you may not have tried. That is, if you're willing to reveal yourself.

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