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September 23, 2009

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I am right with you, man, only your experience is practical while mine is mostly academic. To me, the more you know about wine and winemaking the more you appreciate it.

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Your ruminations are so very appreciated. As I stand in our vineyard and see the vines with their fruit, I always go back to the philosophy that here, we just happen to be growing grapes... and we just happen to be fermenting them into wine. The fruit is what is important, from that comes a balanced wine.
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great article. this site has been really helpful to my wine and beer making techniques.

thanks.

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