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February 16, 2007

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I guarantee that the 2005 will impress, as it was one of the best years in the FL in a very long time. I wasn't a huge fan of this 2004, but it was pretty good.

How can you say that the winters up here are too harsh? We've only have about 4 feet of snow on the ground here in Syracuse, about half of which is purely localized lake effect. The day the local districts cancelled school because there were wind gusts down to -20 was a complete anomaly, I assure you.

The 05' is very nice, I was lucky enough to sample it recently at Viticulture 2007. Though a little pricey, it is a rather unique and exciting bottling by excellent producers.

We enjoyed a bottle of this while having lunch at Fox Run when we viited last year. Very nice, were the food served at the deli @ Fox Run and this bottling.

Dezel

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