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April 03, 2007


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Dear Lenn,
Appreciate your review of our 2004 Chardonnay. Just want to update you on the fact that last year we leased a vineyard, overlooking the Hudson River, in the town of Hudson, New York in Colombia County where we had been getting our Chardonnay grapes for our Blanc de Blancs Champagne. You can see some pictures of the 2006 harvest on our website - www.brotherhoodwinery.net. There are currently 20 acres of Chardonnay, and last year we planted 8 acres of Pinot Noir and this year we planted 8 acres of Riesling. We are very excited about the vineyard and view it as a tremendous asset to Brotherhood. It is all part of a transformation the winery is undergoing - a newly remodeled salesroom, upgraded storage facilities and 140 new barrels in the underground cellars. We are definitely pumping new life into America's oldest winery! Hope you'll come and visit soon.
Yours truly,
Cesar Baeza, Winemaster
Brotherhood, America's Oldest Winery
Washingtonville, New York

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