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JB

Great wine...we were going to do it for WBW#35 but left it at the office. Wondering where you found it for $11? That is a great price.

yeastbeast

An excellent choice. I, too, was impressed by this wine's QPR. Sadly, our Costco ran out of it almost instantly, before I had a chance to lay down a few more bottles. Let me know if you see it in the SF shops.

ryan

Nice find. If you ever get to visit the region as a whole, it's so hot and arid you'd wonder how anything can grow there.

BTW a side note I notice you mention a Spanish Hot Sauce, what is it? I live here in Spain and the one complaint all of us expats have is that Spaniards don't like or understand hot sauce! I have mine sent from home back in the states!

Cheers,

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