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October 09, 2008

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Pat B

Bert,

Great story, great pictures. Thank you.

Pat B

hikalu

Nice post! I'm looking forward to tasting the wine of this year.

Craig B

Thanks for another great post. A few years ago when we were cycling in the Burgundy area near Nantoux we were motioned over to take part in the harvest of a small plot. It was much more difficult than I expected, and my wife and I lasted about 15 minutes before giving up. They were amused at our efforts and rewarded us with a bottle of white and a bottle of red - both unlabeled. The white was excellent - a bourgogne aligote. A great wine, a great memory, and in the future if anyone ever again holds up clippers and asks if I want to take part in a grape harvest I won't hesitate for a second.

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