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March 23, 2007

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Nice shout out for the Rkatsiteli. It is one of my favorites, and I think that this variety, along with Gewurztraminer, should be grown all over the colder wine growing regions. Both well in this climate and they often show very well, even in cooler growing years.

I haven't been able to find any other producer than Dr. Frank's which makes Rkatsiteli, and you can only get it from their website or from a site visit.

There's a small winery in Hammonton,NJ that has been producing a very nice Rkatsiteli for many years. I know I have been enjoying it for quite some time. Tomasello Winery. They have a web site.

There's a small winery in Hammonton,NJ that has been producing a very nice Rkatsiteli for many years. I know I have been enjoying it for quite some time. Tomasello Winery. They have a web site.

There's a small winery in Hammonton,NJ that has been producing a very nice Rkatsiteli for many years. I know I have been enjoying it for quite some time. Tomasello Winery. They have a web site.

There's a small winery in Hammonton,NJ that has been producing a very nice Rkatsiteli for many years. I know I have been enjoying it for quite some time. Tomasello Winery. They have a web site.

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