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August 05, 2011


Terroirist CY

So true, it's always the case. Grapes & therefor wine needs time & pations, there's no hurry when working with vineyards, grapes, wine. I've never tried this house but I'll look for it, it seems from what you've written that Xavier's wines are something that we should all seek more, rather than the conventional, oaky, fruity, tannic "bombs" that they give 90s+ in the spectator, Parker's Advocate & the likes.


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