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April 02, 2008


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Hey Lenn,

Glad to see you've been enjoying Gasnier's wines. I thought I might be the only one to cover one (the 2003 Cuvee Fabrice) and am pleasantly surprised not to have been. I'm curious though, as your picture does not match the title of your post. Have you been drinking the 2006 "Les Graves" or the 2005 (or 2006) "Vieilles Vignes"?

I'll have a winery profile, based on a visit with Gasnier back in 2004, finished and posted in the next couple of days. Stop on by and check it out when you have a chance.


I visited Gasnier back in 2000 (or was it 1999) and was pleasantly surprised.

Reading your post makes me want to go there again.


I really love a good cabernet franc. A lot of people I talk to about it much prefer it in blends due to a perceived lack of depth, but I really like that clean crisp feeling it gives you. I'll definitely be on the lookout for this one, but I'm not sure if I'll find it in my part of the world, alas.

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