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June 16, 2006


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I've been having a lot of fun reading through the various WBWs over the past year or so. Sadly, I've never gotten around to participating in one, but I expect that to change for WBW 23.

I was curious if there was ever a WBW for "ancient world wines." I saw the new, new world one, and it made me think more about the new world vs. old world thing. Well, the French and Italians were hardly the first to be making wine.

By ancient world, I'm think Greek, Turkish, etc. Possibly also Isreali wines (I know they have a bad rap, but I've heard inklings of some good stuff of late), wines from the Caucasus region of the world. Perhaps there are more. Anyways, I think that'd be a fun one.

Definitely looking forward to participating in WBW 23!

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