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October 11, 2007


jason Carey

I am shocked that you are not familiar with Mosel wines. they are a hop skip and a jump from France.. anyways.. they are some of the greatest
wines in the world..


a propos your comment on Sutton Grange viognier. Do you mean leeches (sangsus) or lychees (asian fruit)? I've not yet eaten a leech but I have tasted Gilles Lapalus' viognier - a beautiful wine that's long, fresh and fruity. Leech? or lychee?


Thank you Puctum, bad spelling indeeed, I correct that right away. I never tasted leeches but I doubt they would be appropriate to describe a wine aroma...

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