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    How can a list be complete without bubbles? Laherte is quite dry, with green apple, pear, and minerality. Delish.

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This wine is loaded with barnyard, cherry, plum, gamey leather and a super hint of tomato juice, I like this wine a lot $29.99

  • Peter Cargasacchi

    I'm thinking about doing the 2012 Apocalypse version of this label in Elvish runes and invisible ink that needs to be passed through flame before the print shows up... Thanks Gary!!!