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September 22, 2010


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Congratulations to Barbara Shinn. All the naysayers were wrong. She prevailed and now can truly enjoy the fruits of her efforts. And soon we all will also be able to enjoy them.

Very nice looking grapes with good numbers. Best wishes to their going organic. I hope they make a version without the oak too.

I certainly don't envy them all of that hard work; but that won't stop me from enjoying the fruits of their labors! :)

Nice, we look forward to your thoughts on these wines when they're ready to taste.

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