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October 06, 2010

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Great and nice post thank you.

Why yes, Morten, yes we do. Very interesting post. We'll probably stop by Ravines in a week or two on our annual trip to the Finger Lakes.

Man, I gotta admit I never thought about the FL wineries adding acid, just one of those things that you never think about on your own and certainly one that most people would probably react to with a "nah, they don't need to do that up there..."

Another sign of global warming, perhaps...?

BTW - for my money, vintage variation IS interesting so long as it doesn't go overboard (hello, Burgundy!) and hand-in-hand with exorbitant prices (HELLO, BURGUNDY!!!).

Cheers!

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