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March 29, 2013


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Alissa Leenher

These all sound very interesting. I like what he was saying about letting the fruit speak and not over-oaking. It seems the heavy oak is almost expected in CA cabs and it sounds like this label give him more freddom of expression, as an artist and for the fruit. Great piece, Meg. I am not sure if you read my piece about being a Winemaker Groupie, but if you did, you know how this kind of conversation makes me happy. Well done.

The Drunken Cyclist

In my brief time with Jeff I found him to be both passionate and serious, engaging and intense. I also loved that Kiwi accent, but I am a sucker for accents....

Meg Houston Maker

Jeff was a lovely correspondent. I was so pleased to speak with him, and agree his accented English is divine.

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