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March 08, 2011


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Love me some Puffenay, man. you're right, def not for the novice drinker though. It's actually made like a sherry, aging under Flor and all. Puffenay's Poulsard is amazing as well. I have a feeling you and I will be drinking both these at a restaurant near us very soon!

Lenn I think you should give the Jacques Puffeney Arbois pinot a try. I had the 2006 about 6 monthes ago. Wonderful stuff!

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