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April 17, 2008

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I am new to this 'Blogging' and have been suprised and pleased to read the articles talked about on this site. The passion for wine etc is fab!! Great work, keep it up.

Shinn does seem to consistently "bring the thunder", lol.

I love a good white Bordeaux. Interesting to see if it's seen any oak.

To Jon: No Oak.

To Lenn: when I was last at Shinn, they had just pressed the fresh 2007 Sauv Blanc fruit and they gave us a taste of it straight from the press. Quite cloudy and it looked unappealing... but it was quite a pleasant surprise to taste the fruit before it was fermented. I just popped a bottle of the 2006 last week and it was amazing, so I can't wait to get back to Shinn next month and stock up on the 2007!

To Jon: No Oak.

To Lenn: when I was last at Shinn, they had just pressed the fresh 2007 Sauv Blanc fruit and they gave us a taste of it straight from the press. Quite cloudy and it looked unappealing... but it was quite a pleasant surprise to taste the fruit before it was fermented. I just popped a bottle of the 2006 last week and it was amazing, so I can't wait to get back to Shinn next month and stock up on the 2007!

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