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September 08, 2010

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Lenn - Glad you enjoyed. I could have gotten you a bottle of Henri Bonneau - my true CdP love, a notch higher than the Felix - but it would have broken the bank. I think you and I share the same preferences for CdP; I find a real divide between this style and the massive, inky, boozy style that is becoming more pervasive. I say: Let the market have their new-world style, and keep prices down on authentic wines like this.

The Outdoor Ale sounds amazing - I really wish I'd gotten to the Brew Fest ever. Think there'll still be some of that stuff around in December?

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