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May 13, 2008


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An entire book about beverage closures! Right away I'm gonna say the writer has to be some sort of magician to make this interesting. We shall see. Usually my eyes glaze over and I lose my balance after the sales guys start to pontificate about the integrity of their product. I generally have about 5 minutes more stamina when the product is represented by attractive young women. Otherwise . . .
I will endeavour to obtain this tome and digest it.

And my wine library grows and grows and grows!

I saw this at B&N yesterday and nearly bought it, but the buy local girl in me resisted. Now I guess I'll have to make a trip to the Indie bookstore heaven! (Twist my arm why don't cha). Looking forward to a good read.

I'm looking forward to reading this one, Lenn! Thanks for the great choice.

I'm also looking forward to this read, and my first WBC. Thanks to Dr. Debs (or blame to her, as the case may be) I put up a blog just to get in on this and WBW. ;->

Thanks for reading the book. I got thinking that if you wished, maybe I could call into your discussion and answer some questions about my book. Don't want to get in the way but willing to help if you wish.

Aaaaaaand yet *another* book I've not already read.

Lenn, I would have expected more empathy from someone who has a young one around. Now I'm gonna need to read another WBC book between diaper changes.

Curse you WBC hosters!!!


I thought this was an excellent book and blogged about it several weeks ago - http://winecamp.squarespace.com/journal/2008/5/10/put-a-cork-in-it.html

Can I still play?

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