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September 01, 2011


Hunter Goss

Great post that makes me hungry; especially the last photograph with the cheese, bread and wine.

Your photographs do a great job of telling the story, but I also enjoy the comments and background you add. I'm slowly going through all of your posts and discovering new wines and vignerons (I think that's the right term) from regions I already know.

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