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March 14, 2008


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Despite the hefty price tag I bought a few bottles of the 2004 as it stood out among the cab franc pack on L.I. My question is with only 175 cases produced, do they plan on planting more franc to increase production any time soon?

This sounds very good and just my style. 100% cab franc is also kind of interesting. I can't speak for Shinn, but as good a year as 05 was, it was also a low yield vintage for a lot of wineries. Great ripe fruit, but not that much juice.

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