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April 05, 2010

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Great story...and a real testament to the power of wine to bring people together.

Scott - That's exactly what I thought. Wine is unique in its ability to transform into something more meaningful in certain circumstances. If you and I had opened that magnum of '81 Palmer, we likely would have been thrilled to enjoy a gracefully aging Bordeaux. But for Morten and Hernan, the bottle meant something much stronger.

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