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hi wine julia ,i am julia
and run the wine business also
hope we have opportunity
Excellent article...Fantastic wines...
That's what I do, lol! Kids in the day, write at night. Sleep? What's that? ;-)
Wow you're up very late or very early. Lol
Still interesting andfor well written description on the wines. Will read your others too, but back to ZZZs for me now.
Thanks, Eric! I enjoyed yours as well.
Great article, love all the pics and the map. Looks great!
I'd love to meet Sarah!! She makes some excellent wine!
Sarah is our winemaker! If you haven't met her yet, I can certainly arrange that :) Great article. We love the Joel Palmer House!!!
Thanks for clarifying that, Jen. I just googled and saw that that particular picture is of laminate flooring; albeit, it is still gorgeous!
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