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April 13, 2011

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The Sawmill Creek Riesling from Red Newt that I tasted a month or so ago was stellar. I'll have to look for some of these other wines on our next trip up there in a couple of weeks.

Paul: The challenge sometimes is KNOWING which wines are SMC. Very few seem to label them as such.

Can't hurt to ask though.

What fun evening that must have been. I regret I wasn't a "fly on the wall" for that one - think of the potential learning experience! Can I volunteer to be the consumer representative for the next one.....? ;-)

We have used Sawmill's grapes in the past and have labeled them as such prominently on the back label with the other details of the wine. Giving the growers recognition is important, epecially so when they are as committed to the finest quality, as Sawmill is.

Our Sauvignon blanc is labeled with the SMC designation and I am sure that moore wines are to follow. Tim Moore - Inspire Moore Winery.

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