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September 15, 2011

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Is this Rich messing with our minds or what? :)

Bryan: I don't think so, my friend. I know that it sounds a little 'hocus pocus' but I know that the folks at Bedell don't think so.

I've never seen such a scary way to start a pied de cuve, must give it a try!

I must say this is quite strange. Isn't the additions of these various items going to effect the pied de cuvee?

It also seems rather contradictory. If you're using indigenous yeasts then it is usually as a way to express the terroir of the vineyard. Not sure what shells from the beach have to do with their vineyard sites.

Also adding water?

Strangeness.

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