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April 20, 2009

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Very nice read. Jim, it was a Peconic Bay Merlot that first convinced me that Long Island could make very, very good Merlot. Cheers, and keep up the fine work.

I had forgotten about that 2001 Oregon Hills Merlot that I gave you last spring. I remember you digging it though.

I made a mistake, the Gruuad-Larose is a St. Julien, not a St. Emilion.

All of this LI Cab Franc and Merlot has me convinced that everything is a St. Emilion!

This industry is not growing up as many expect because of some reason for local popularity and world open market that does not allow many country like Bangladesh I am living......When it becomes better than some bubbler's and dry stick industry????

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