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February 07, 2007


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Already voted for ya, Lenn. Good luck!

So happy for you on the nomination! I know the grapes in Long Island are shaking in their trees with excitement!

Hello Lenn,

Making my way over to vote for my favorite Steeler fan (lol).

This site deserves it : ) Hope you, Nena and little Jackson are doing great!


I just noticed at Tom Wark's site that you are a double finalist in the American Wine Blog Awards, for both Best Single-Subject Wine Blog and Best Wine Blog Graphics. Congratulations, well deserved. Good luck in the voting...

If you are interested in wine making then you need to do a little homework before you get started. Wine making is not

something that you can just plunge into and learn along the way, you need to do some research so that you know that you

are not missing any vital wine making steps or processes. If you do miss these wine making your wine could very well turn

out tasting like anything but wine.

Wine making is a something fun that you can do in your spare time and at the end you will have a glorious result. Wine

making is something that people tend to get hooked on because the very first batch is not usually perfect, it may taste

delicious but it will not be perfect. As you learn about wine making and as you get the wine making experience behind you

your wine will get better and better. You will undoubtedly pick up tips and tricks to help you improve your wine making


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