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July 11, 2006

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Steve

Hope you enjoyed your visit to North America (and especially Northern California)! Looks like you saw quite a bit, and found plenty to do. Sorry to hear about your experience at Navarro--they do a terrific job with Alsatian-style varietals (Riesling, Gewurtztraminer, Pinot Gris). Their hearts are in the right place, too. Check out their website at navarrowine.com. You have fans here in San Francisco and I hope you got to meet some of them!

Noah

It kills me to see the wines you are drinking! The wines you write about in france have so much authentic quality and are so real, to see you drinking fetzer home and bogle is such a shame. These are the very wines that you rally against, full of chemicals and industrial additives. We have wonderful wine all up and down the west coast of the united states but you have to venture outside of safeway (speaking of chemicals...) to find them. Even on a camping trip you could have found better wines than that, and wines that would not have polluted your body.
Dont get me wrong, I LOVE your blog. I think it is one of the best blogs I have ever seen. Please keep it up, and if you ever come to Seattle again, e mail me and I will give you a place to stay AND plenty of good, organic, wine to drink.

Peter Matusov

Bert, I absolutely have to include you in the future plans on travel in the States!
We are not dead-set on drinking tequila every evening :)

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