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August 25, 2008

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Jason,

I found your article to be quite interesting, you obviously have a passion for the finer things in life. I am just curious if you used Mr. Riedel's decanter for all of the wines you tasted. In my experience, I find that the better Finger Lakes wines have subtle flavors and allowing said wines to aerate in the glass would be a superior way to enjoy them. Also, I am curious to know the style in which Mr. Riedel poured the wine into the decanter. Where I come from we have a saying that a decanter is only as good as the pour (meaning to allow a good splash so the wine can oxidate while pouring).

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