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November 11, 2005

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Lenn

I see some 04 Channing Daughters in there!

I'd not hold on to those TOO long. 04 wasn't a particularly great year for acidity in whites...and I think that weakens the cellar-ability.

Plus...they are just plain tasty today!

Jennifer

Thanks for the tip Lenn. Rest assured, those are definitely on the menu for the various holiday celebrations this month and next. And as soon as I can remember to do it, I'll call CD to get on their list for the wine club--I don't want to feel like I've got to horde anything!

weekendwino

Me thinks you need more Finger Lakes wine in there. With your interest in organic foods, you should check out Four Chimneys Winery on the west side of Seneca Lake. They lay claim to being America's first modern era organic winery. Making wines from certified organic, pesticide-free grapes and fruits and with low levels of sulfites in the process. I really like their fruit wines, especially Celestial Peach & Honeydew Moon.

Jennifer

Weekend Wino--I know, I know. I need to up the quota on the Finger Lakes wines--I've got some more buying to do. But these photos don't show all the Silver Thread I have down there. As for Four Chimneys...I've got some Pear wine in the fridge. I like them, but don't love them--despite my trying. I'll keep trying though.

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