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January 16, 2007

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FYI- The Raphael La Fontana is predominantly Merlot

Right...but it's not a varietal merlot :)

But, I guess it's probably cost-effective for them.

Ask Rich, but I think in most years the La Fontana contained a high enough percentage of merlot to be varietally labeled, and if not, it was well over 65% merlot. My point being,of course, it IS a LI merlot, with or without that name.

Who at Blue Zoo made this happen? They must be from L.I. How bout some investigative journalism? :)

Actually, there is a wine distributor in Florida that focuses on NY wines...that's how it happened :)

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