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November 28, 2011

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I like Julia's selection better than Brian's. Next time you get the urge to drop $25 on a foreign wine, I can point you to a a few local producers who have great whites... and you dollars will go further.

@Duncan well I did actually bathe in Niagara Escarpment chardonnay after my meal but I didn't post a photo here

Bryan's passion for local wine goes only as far as his personal hygiene obligations, it seems.

Duncan - If that were the only consideration, we'd fail to experience so much of the wider wine world, no?

Evan - I would definitely encourage people to drink wine from all over the world. It is one food product that transports well and it is certainly fascinating to try many of these wines. However, "NY Cork Report" sets an expectation for at least some NY wine. And then there is the irresistible urge to give Bryan a hard time because he sets himself up so nicely....

I gave for Thanksgiving to a friend of mine who loves toscan wines, a bottle of my favourite wine, from Bolgheri, named Campo Alla Sughera. The best for my opinion is Arnione 2007 DOC Bolgheri Rosso Superiore.

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