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January 11, 2008

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Thanks for breaking down the "boutique" thing -- a completely overused term. Almost as bad as "hand crafted."

Is Roanoke the north fork's only boutique winery or are there others?

There are others...but I think that they best exemplify the concept.

Salt-cured black olives?

Man, your taking the blog tasting note thing to another level.

Salt-cured black olives?

Man, your taking the blog tasting note thing to another level.

blimey mate, look at that packaging!

Yeah...I did a story on their labels and the artist behind them a couple years ago:

http://lennthompson.typepad.com/lenndevours/2005/08/twenty_square_i.html

a fascinating story. A huge difference to http://www.spittoon.biz/protero_feedback.html

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