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December 06, 2004


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There used to be quite a bit of "Napa Gamay" planted out here in Northern California. Lots of it showed up in "field blends" alongside zinfnadel, Alicante, carignane and whatever else the oldtimers wanted to plant in their vineyard then pick all at once. I recall drinking a few varietal Napa Gamays too...they were most light, quaffable affairs...pefect chilled during the summer.

Nice blog!! Will need to add it to my set of links


Hi Len,
Thanks for the plug! Beacon Hill Wine & Spirits now has a blog site: http://beaconhillwine.blogspot.com It's a community tasting forum - check it out!

Thanks, and cheers!

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