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April 20, 2010

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“For another thing, we’ve changed the level of toast on our barrels. We’ve cut way back, from heavy toast and toasted heads (the ends of the wooden barrels) to a medium toast.”

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Great read! The wines sound lovely and it was such fun to experience Winemaker Phelps via your words. I remember when Chris was 'experimenting' with fermenting Sasparilla in his garage...

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Such a colorful and thoughtful description of your tasting experience at Swanson's Salon. We are honored to win "Wine of the Month"! Thanks for coming out to visit and we look fwd to seeing you when the Sip Shoppe opens this summer..

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