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April 11, 2012


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We drank a bottle of Shinn '09 Wild Boar-Doe last night. Powerful wine, hasn't settled down yet. Still have two bottles left, along with two of the '08. I definitely plan to hold onto all four for another few years to see what happens.

Paul Z,
The 2009 vintage was particularly interesting here at Shinn. Because of extended hang time and a very late harvest the stems in our clusters were completly ripe, allowing us to add a portion of them to fermentations. This could account for some of the 'power' you describe.

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