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March 12, 2009



Thanks for this interesting post. I actually have a thing for blind tasting, usually out of bottles though; blind tasting out of vats seems like another dimension to it. A pretty cool one! Cheers, Alex


check this out: http://www.flbiognostics.com/consulting_services.php
"Our team of biochemistry and genetics experts is here is help you craft the wine that matches your vision perfectly. If you are looking to re-create that award winning vintage from last year or are looking to purchase a new vine you will benefit from our expertise." This must be a good thing. Now we can comment directly on the client's 'vision'.


Thanks, Putnam. This is amazing indeed how they're not shy to print that on their marketing pages. They asking for a backlash that will come when the consumer awakes.

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