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December 02, 2009


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Easily one of the best clarets I've ever tasted from Long Island. It is truly remarkable and worth every penny.

I had the 2004 vintage of this at TasteCamp and it was one of my top wines of the weekend (out of many, many wines). Unfortunately, it was really tough to drop a Benjamin on a bottle. Some day I'll be making that kind of bank... I hope.

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