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November 18, 2009

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Adam,

I don't know about the Classic Vintage Sauternes, but we can pull off the Foie and a moderately priced bottle!

Adam, at the winery, our neighbor ranches sheep, and so we have a steady supply for our tasting room lunches. We often pair our Cortes de Cima blend or our 100% Syrah varietal with boned stuffed leg of lamb, served with sliced roasted pumpkin and grilled green peppers, all from our own garden! cheers, Carrie

my twitter@cortesdecima log-in above didnt work!

George, any time!

Carrie, that sounds fantastic! Hope to make it there sometime.

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