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August 29, 2007

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Wow. I'm sure he's taking on a lot of debt, but also every wine maker's dream - owning a legendary winery.
Kathleen
Albany, NY

mmm Gruner Veltliner...

I've actually never had Gruner Veltliner, Bryan. Your "mmm" has made me curious!

Lenn and Jason,
Thanks for the (hopefully not bad) news. After reading your post, I blogged about the news here:

http://mcduffwine.blogspot.com/2007/09/hermann-j-wiemer-vineyards-sold-to-new.html

I've only recently been turned on to the charms of Wiemer's Dry Riesling and hope that the new owner will be able to maintain the estate's track record for quality.

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