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June 30, 2009

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Glad to see team Lenndevours rockin' the Cru-Boo aka da' Boo-Juice!

Bryan,

This needs to be said, even though it pains me to say it: Bottle Shock is one of the worst movies ever made. Ever. Seriously. Unfathomably bad acting (Pullman and Rickman were marginal, and everyone else was a disaster), way too many crane cam shots, absurdly contrived plot details, etc. I mean it was just a disjointed fruit bomb of a movie. I wanted to pour it out after 20 minutes.

Evan

At least the movie made sure you knew it was going to suck early on and didn't set up a big letdown. When I use the term memorable performances I don't want you to take that as memorably good performances.

Making it through a movie like that just shows how wine geeks will digest just about any wine related media they can get their eyes on. ie blogs lol

Why not more Gamay in Finger Lakes? I'm guessing due to the fact that we don't have enough granite outcroppings. Mediocre beaujolais usually comes from sandy soils but the real beauties seem to prefer the granitic soils. I have had one (Bloomer Creek) that was fun to drink...

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