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September 07, 2008


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Hi Len;

I got the picture. You don't like not knowing the vineyard source. As a small producer of Hudson Valley Wines I'm not able to lock in multi year contracts with the larger growers in the North Fork and my own vineyard is not large enough for full production of this wine yet so it is a mix of the two AVA's.

While you're burning all that gas going up to the Finger Lakes why don't you stop and visit in your backyard sometime?

Jonathan Hull

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I'll admit, I didn't try the Cabernet Franc last year, but I did this year, and it is the best red wine from NY I've had. I moved here from the Pacific NW a bit more than two years ago, so I know good wine! Applewood makes some very good stuff, I certainly recommend that wine lovers make a visit to this beautiful part of the state, a short drive from the NYC metro area.

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