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March 23, 2006


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I had the 2004 Vignetta last night, thought it was pretty good - it was $17 or $18 at Stew's. Well worth the price. However, considering that Vineyard 48's lower-cost blend (48 Red) is about $10, i'm not sure i'll be purchasing this one again so quickly. Vignetta & 48 Red are both lower priced than most of the Bordeaux-style blends on the local market, so I find them to be great values. I definitely think Vineyard 48 is an "up and comer", I had the 2004 Riesling a few weeks ago, and found that to be outstanding.

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