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A rather interesting list of wines to try. I think that, just maybe, he's trying to out-Bonne Jon. Does this mean that Asimov's also arrogant & self-centered???
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I sure hope he is!
I can strongly recommend that Merkelbach!
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I've had earlier vintages of Left Foot Charley - good stuff.
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Fun list. I've enjoyed the A Vito Ciro, Merkelbach, Faithful Hound (for hound's bday celebration!). Brovia Dolcetto, and especially the Filliatreau in various vintages. I have the Burlotto Pelaverga in my "to drink" queue when I return to wine soon.
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Bloomer Creek is a" way under the radar "small prodction Finger Lakes winery that makes some very tasty wines..kinda hard to find tho..
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