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December 06, 2004


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if you've had beringer's ubiquitous nouveau beaujolais, you've had valdigue....

Valdigue is another name for that old California standby, Napa Gamay.

J. Lohr makes a great wine, which is deep, yet bright. Easily paired with meat as well as fish, or cheese. The "wildflower Estates" is entirely Valdigue.
At around $9.00/bottle, it's an incredable value.
Drinks like a more expensive wine.
Of course, the 2002 was exceptional, and I'd give blood to have another bottle of it.
Try it and let me know what you think.
Cara Leigh

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