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David Vergari

Cool! Your comments are greatly appreciated and spot-on as well. The Van der Kamp's efforts to grow quality Pinot Noir are second to none. I am one of the fortunate few to make wine from their grapes.

Van der Kamp Pinots are tight and take awhile to open. The good news is this means staying power and makes for loooong aging. For example, I have not released the '06 yet! Shoot, some folks will have '08s available by the time my 2006 Van der Kamp is ready. Oh well. You can't rush quality.


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