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October 12, 2009

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Had both the Damiani wines and still have a Meritage left on the rack. This is my favorite FLX winery and the one that brought me back to Finger Lake reds. Their Cab/Sauv '07 and the Pinot Noir '07 are among some of the best in the region. I missed out on the '07 Cab/Franc. I also got to taste a Syrah while on a visit and that one blew me away. Until then I would usually turn my nose up to Syrahs.(just not one of my favorites) but, Amy was able to change that.
BTW, this regional wine week, I'm drinking White Springs, Anthony Road, Fox Run and Damiani. Waiting for wife's meal plan to chose which ones.

I liked the 2005 Peconic Bay Merlot too, but I really want to get my hands on the 2001 Peconic Bay you mentioned a few weeks back. Any ideas on how an upstate NY guy can get his hands on some? Are they holding it for just wine club members?

Joe, we love how into Finger Lakes wines you are...always curious to hear about what you're drinking and liking.

Steve, I THINK that the 2001 Oregon Hills Merlot is sold out now (fairly recent happening). I know that Jim Silver, PBW's GM reads the blog though, so maybe he can confirm.

We'd be pleased to send some 01 Merlot to Steve. jim@peconicbaywinery.com is my contact email.

Jim- Check your e mail! Thanks Lenn. Steve

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