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February 01, 2006



I can't remember anymore how I found your blog, but I do enjoy it. I especially enjoyed this article, as I am in a similar situation. My dad owns our tiny winery in Missouri, USA, and I am the winemaker. We live in a small little community started by the French in 1735, and I am fascinated by France.

I am thinking about starting a winery blog...

Thank you for sharing this.


If I can get my hands on a Bouzeron Aligoté I'll give it a
shot. Still considering France, if you're a wine lover,
consider a home in the wine regions. The cheese itself was tastier
in contrast the wine was weaker.

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