5th Anniversary Giant International Grape Vat

Please post the varieties you tasted today (and any more information about the wines) in the comments below. With NYC reporting in, we’ve almost doubled last year’s 159! We are the world, we are the grapes. . .

running total:

314!

Alfrocheiro
Alicante Bouschet
Alphonse Lavallee
Ansonica
Aramon
Arinarnoa
Aspiran
Aubun
Barbera
Bourboulenc
Bobal
Bonarda
Brachetto D’Acqui
Cab Sauvignon
Cabernet Franc
Canaiolo
Cardinal
Carignan
Carmenère
Catarata
Chardonnay
Chenin Blanc
Ciliegiolo
Cinsault
Clairette
Colombard
Cornalin
Courbu
Fié Gris
Frappato
Gewürztraminer
Grenache
Gros Manseng (syn: Izkiriota)
Hondarribi Beltza
Hondarribi Zuri
Italia
Kerner
Lacrima Di Morro
Lladonner pellut
Malaga Blanc
Malbec
Marsanne
Mayolet
Merlot
Mollard
Morrastel Bouschet
Mourvedre
Muscat Blanc
Muscat de Hambourg (Black Muscat)
Nebbiolo
Pecorino
Petit Bouschet
Petit Manseng (syn: Izkiriota Ttippia)
Petit Rouge
Petit Verdot
Picpoul
Pinot Gris
Pinot Noir
Ribolla Gialla
Riesling
Romorantin
Roussanne
Sangiovese
Saperavi
Sauvignon Blanc
Syrah
Tannat
Tempranillo
Terret Gris
Terret Noir
Tinturier
Touriga Nacional
Varousset
Vernaccia
Vinhão
Viognier
Zinfandel
78. Pinotage 11:57 AM EST
Casetta
Prieto Picudo
Groppello
Gamay
Kiralyleanyka
Savatiano
Baco Noir
Mencia
87. Dornfelder 4:03 PM EST
Palomino
Pedro Ximénez
Valiant
91. King of the North 4:28 PM EST
Cayuga White
Rkatsiteli
Sereksiya
Norton
Seyval Blanc
Pignolo
Castelao
Nero D’Avola
Falanghina
Gaglioppo
Schioppettino
Silvaner
Susumaniello
Pugnitello
Cjanòrie
Montonico
Arrufiac
Petit Courbou
Rubiana
Graciano
Fer Servadou
Tinto Cão
Regent
Feteasca Neagra
Ruché
Pelaverga
Negrette (syn: Negretto)
Aligote
120. Siegerrebe 5:12 PM EST fron Twitter #wine100 mainly thanks to the Puget Sound Chapter!
121. Hondarribi Zuri Zerratia 5:06 PM EST
Grüener Veltliner
Negroamoro
Touriga Franca 5:23 PM EST
Roupeiro
Cercial
Rabigato
Nerello Mascalese
Fiano
Greco Bianco
Grechetto
Procanico
Piedrosso
Agiorgitiko
Zweigelt
Freisa
Garganega
Loureiro
Trajadura
St. Laurent
Corvina
Rondinella
Charbono
Arinto
Aglianico
Trepat
Macabeo
Xarello
149. Parellada 7:00 PM EST Washington DC tasting list
150. Cortese 12:30 PM EST
Taminga
Airen
Roter Veltliner
Black Monukka
Sercial
Boal
Tinta Negra Mole
Coda di Volpe
Savagnin (from Klevener de Heiligenstein)
Godello (syn: Gouveio)
Bacchus
Kisi
Symphony
Teroldego
Roussette du Bugey
Obaideh
Merwah
Athiri
Cabernet Pfeffer
Grignolino
Tinta Barroca
Uvalino
Verdejo
Catwaba
175. Semillon (5:00 AM EST)
Montepulciano
Poulsard
Kalecik
Narince
Oseleta
Chardonel
Trebbiano de Lugana
Malvasia Bianca (syn: Malmsey)
Orange Muscat
Muscat Canelli
Vignoles
Chessalas
Muller-Thurgau
Solaris 1:11 PM EST
Cesanese
191. Moschofilero 6:17 AM EST Thanks to Diane and Mark Freeland via email
Bukettraube
Roscetto
Friulano
Verdicchio
196. Traminette 1:09 PM EST Thanks Raj and Columbus, OH! – yes, didn’t anyone have a Lambrusco or Champagne?
197. Frontenac 2:46 PM EST
Budeshuri
Roobernet
Torrontez
201. Monica 3:32 PM EST Thanks to Doppel Member Tad Dibbern via email
202. Mauzac 2:15 PM EST Thanks to Donald and Teresa Corbett
203. Vranac 4:22 PM EST Thanks to Mary Williams
Albarola
Albarossa
Aleatico
Alicante
Ancellotta
Arneis
Avanà
Avarengo
Barbera bianca
Becuet
Bianchetta Tevigiano
Bianchetta Veronese
Bombino Bianco
Bombino Nero
Bosco Nero
Brocciola
Brunello
Bussanello
Canina
Carica l’Asino
Cataratto comune
Catarrato
Chatus
Colorino Nero
Cormalim 1
Cornarea
Croatina
Crovassa
Dolcetto
Doux d’Henry
Durasa
Durasca (Dolcetto di Boca)
Enanto
Erbaluce
Favorita
Franconia
Friesa di Chieri
Friesa di Nizza
Gargiulo
Grillo
Incrocio Manzoni
Lambrusca di Alessandria
Lumassina
Maiolica
Malvasia di Casorzo
Malvasia di Schierano
Malvasia Istriana
Malvasia nera lunga
Manzoni bianco
Marzemino
Michele Pagliari
Lambrusco Maestri
Moscato bianco
Moscato giallo
Moscato nero di Acqui
Moscato Rosa
Nascetta
Nebbiolo ( Bolla)
Nebbiolo ( Rosè)
Nebbiolo (Lampia)
Nebbiolo (Michet)
Neretta Cinese
Neretta cuneese
Neretto di Bairo
Nero Buono
Nero d’Ala
Neyret
Pampanuto
Pelaverga (di Pagno)
Peleverga piccolo
Petit Arvine
Pigato
Pignola Nera
Pinot bianco
Pollera 1
Portugieser
Prosecco
Quagliano
Raboso Veronese
Rebo Nero
Refosco da Peduncolo Rosso
Riesling italico (syn: Welschriesling)
Riesling Renano
Rossese
Rossese bianco
Schiava
Schiava Gentile
Schiava grossa
Sylvaner Verde
Timorasso
Tocai Rosso
Torbato
Trebbiano Toscano
Uva di Troia
Uva rara
Veltlimer Fruhrot
Verduzzo Trevigiano
Vermentino
302. Vespolina 5:28 PM EST 103 additional thanks to the Giribaldi Cento Uve
Mune Mahatsa (syn: Folle Blanche)
304. Txori Mahatsa Thanks to Doppel Member Henry Richardson
305. Blaufrankisch Thanks to Marni Rubin and the Redwood City, CA group
Carrucante
307. Souzo Thanks to Ted Judd
Kalecik Karasi
Zierfandler
Dolomiti
Osalecta
Plousard
313. Moscofilero Thanks to the NYC group at Snooth

314. Grenache Blanc Thanks to Jeff Grossman

What do you think?

72 COMMENTS

  1. Trying KWV’s 2009 Cafe Culture Pinotage for #wine100: Coffee, chocolate, raspberry, light black pepper spice. Tasty! Happy birthday WCC!

  2. Casetta (known locally as Foja Tonda)

    This is a variety indigenous to Vallagarina in Italy’s Adige Valley. It was close to extinction in the 1980s when winemaker Albino Armani rediscovered it — and successfully petitioned the government to reinstate it for cultivation in 2002. Lovely with red meat, mushrooms, and local cheeses such as Asiago.

    Happy Birthday, WCC!

  3. Walter Salvadore and I are launching the South Jersey (USA) Chapter of WCC today as the charter members with two additional candidates qualified. We are celebrating the 5th Anniversary event with a Raul Perez 2007 Prieto Picudo from Castilla-Leon, Spain.

  4. Tasting Agricola Provenza’s GROPPELLO at a tasting at the Fireside Deli.
    Groppello is a red grape native to the Garda Lake region. This one shows pleasant red fruit, herb and black fruit flavors. Fruity upfront, acidity kicking in in the finish. Medium body.

  5. Happy B-day WCC! Our contribution today from Wines by Jennifer’s Greater Kansas City Chapter is:

    1. Kiralyleanyka from Hungary
    2. Savatiano from Greece
    3. Baco Noir from Southern Oregon
    4. Mencia from Bierzo, Spain (Palacios, yummy!)

    Congrats again, and VVV!

    Don and Jennifer and friends

  6. We are celebrating today with Ampelos Epsilon Huber Vineyard Dornfelder. Deep, dark and delicious!

  7. Happy Birthday Karen! Casetta is very very obscure! You and Andrew must be easily over 200 by now!

    Amazing! 10 more obscurities with the exception of Gamay, but yes Philippe le Hardi (medieval Duke of Burgundy who outlawed Gamay) be damned!

    VVV!

  8. Enjoying a 2008 Xarmant Txakolina Xarmant Arabako Txakoli, a delightful Basque Country white blend of Hondarribi Zuri, Izkiriota, Izkiriota Ttippia, and Hondarribi Zuri Zerratia. All four of those are new for me (been saving this one for today!). Very Vinho Verde-esqe – refreshing, a little spritz, lime peel, oyster shell, saline, and a bit floral.

  9. 2007 Tres Sabores Sauvignon Blanc
    2006 Wolfgang Vienna Gru-Vee (Gruner Veltliner)
    2004 Carina Cellars Syrah
    2007 Masseria Pietrosa Salice Salentino (Negroamore)
    2007 Valtostao Legon Roble (Tempranillo)
    Emeri Pink Moscato D’Asti (Muscat blanc)
    Quinta do Portal Ruby Porto (Touriga Franca and Tinta Roriz)

  10. Don’t forget the Cortese that we drank as our aperitif – a nice little quaffer.

  11. Aglianico
    1999 Radici
    A monster for an Italian red
    I am from Australia and drank it last night
    Now it is morning – I am lazy

  12. Happy fifth birthday! In about an hour Margaret and I will open a 2000 Moschioni Pignolo to have with her lasagna. That will be a new grape for us, giving us 141 grapes from Italian wines, and 233 grapes overall.

  13. We had the pleasure of tasting the Kiralyleanyka varietal in a ’06 Kamocsay wine from Hungary with new and old friends at Wines by Jennifer (Kansas City’s newly-formed chapter). Thanks Jennifer and Don!

  14. Just back from a trip to the outback and on the way home dropped in to Trentham estate and tried a Noble Taminga 2006.

    Taminga is a white variety bred by CSIRO (Australian Science Institute) does well in warm climate and TE have made a lovely wine capturing the floral characters of the variety in a the botrytis sweetness. Six other wineries use this variety in Australia, as well as TE near Mildura.

  15. just finished a wonderful wine made with the lacrosse grape. this is a variety has been created just for the upper midwest region of iowa, minnesota, and wisconsin. it is a nice light bodied , semi-sweet white with a hint of grapefruit.

  16. We toasted with a Spanish 2008 Ercavio Blanco, Tierra de Castilla White Wine, which is 100% local variety Airen. An Eric Solomon selection, great with our Long Island seafood!

  17. ROTER VELTLINER
    2003 Mantlerhof (Austria)

    MUSCAT DE HAMBOURG
    1999 Weltevrede Estate (South Africa)

    BLACK MONUKKA
    2003 Rotta (California)

    Congratulations to our new multi-century members! IDEA: Why don’t we all put our lists online and thus share what grapes have gotten us over (and well over!) the Century mark? Particularly beyond the 250-grape level, it’s helpful to see what others are finding actually being produced so as to aid the hunt. Steve, can you establish a place on the site for “life lists,” hopefully ones that can include not only grape varieties but specific wines and wineries?

    Chris (Dopple) and Nancy (member) in Arizona USA

  18. Hit up the Madeira cabinet after dinner.
    4 of their most common 5 grapes consumed: Sercial, Boal, Malmsey and Tinta Negra Mole.

    Now if only I could get my hands on some Bastardo…

  19. Happy 5th Birthday! In your honor we opened a bottle of Croatian wine made from Plavac. Unfortunately, the bottle was corked. So we toasted with a bottle of Prosecco instead. Cheers!

  20. Steve,

    My wife and I are back from the Washington, DC tasting. Won’t repeat those grapes for your records, but we did sip a Coda di Volpe to get one more for the list.

  21. WE JUST FINISHED OUR TASTING FOR THE FIRST STATE COASTAL CRU IN DELAWARE AND WE CAN ADD THE KLEVENER DE HELIGSTEIN GRAPE FROM ALSACE ONE, WE ALSO HAD A BOTTLE OF GODELLO FROM MONTENOVO AND SOME OF US STARTED OFF THE DAY WITH A BOTTLE OF BACCHUS FROM ENGLAND. WE ALSO SIGNED UP 27 NEW FUTURE MEMBERS. HAVE A GREAT YEAR!

  22. At the Toasted Oak in Novi, MI, we had one from the Duoro with touriga nacional, tinta roriz and touriga franca.

  23. The Aiken, SC Wrath of Grapes chapter of the Wine Century Club had an impromptu meeting of four members. The evening started with Ironstone Vineyards SYMPHONY 2005 paired with pimento cheese spread. The next course was bacon-wrapped shrimp, accompained by Perrier Jouet NV Brut (assumed to be PINOT NOIR & CHARDONNAY with other grapes in too small a percentage to take credit for). The meal of pork loin medallions in mushroom sauce was paired with Picchetti TEROLDEGO 2007 and Linne Calodo “Cherry Red” 2007 (ZINFANDEL, MOURVEDRE, SYRAH). Dessert was fresh Aiken county strawberries, lightly marinated in Brachetto D’Acqui, accompanied by (of course) Pineto BRACHETTO D’ACQUI DOCG 2007. Dishwashing was made more pleasant with a half bottle of Quady Elysium 2007 (BLACK MUSCAT).

    Cheers and Happy Birthday!

  24. Roussette du Bugey (Altesse): Nice golden color; a lovely alternative to Chardonnay.

  25. We had the Chateau Musar Cuvee Blanc 2003 (Lebanon)
    Grapes: Obaideh and Merwah
    Lovely, oxidative style (purposely) – orange peel, honey,
    almonds, still some nice acid

  26. Happy Birthday!

    2005 Kenneth Volk Cabernet Pfeffer San Benito (CA) Siletto Ranch Vineyard.

    Thanks for providing an excuse to open this forgotten and unusual bottle!

  27. One from the other list that didn’t make it to this page:
    After the Ansonica/Cataratta, I had a Grignolino.
    Then those hybrids, Valiant & King of the North.
    Finally, whatever constituents you can pick out of a Taylor-Fladgate 20 Yr. old Tawny. (Tinta Barroca?)

    VVV

    Cheers.

    PS.
    I’ve been stalled in the 220 range. It looks like I have some new leads to chase down. Thanks to all for posting your tastings.

  28. I opened a bottle of Uceline-the red Piemontese made from Uvalino grape. The owner of Cascina Castlet Winery told me she is the only one in the WORLD growing this varietal! Enjoyed delicious, minty and spicy, full bodied meditation wine with New Zealand steak n mushroom-stuffed chicken dinner at the magical Magique Restaurant in Delhi.

  29. We’ve soundly beaten last year’s number thanks to our collective discipline, genius and a boatload of wine!

    And the count is probably not over! And I need to do some more thorough synonym checks. . .

    Chris has an excellent idea about posting lists online. If anyone would like me to post theirs, just let me know.

  30. Tasted Prosecco and a lovely Montepulciano rose at a tasting of Italian wines. Then had Riesling with dinner.

  31. Good times had by all!

    Thanks Steve, for you insight to bringing fellow WineGeeks together.
    Zwiegelt and St.Laurent Are some of my favorite Grapes had last night.

    In Vino VeritaS
    ~ DC

  32. Here is one more we tasted in NY at Snooth.

    a Poulsard (also Ploussard) by Domaine De La Tournelle

    Arbois Rouges, Ploussard De Monteiller.

  33. Three more:

    Kalecik and Narince from Vikara Winery in Turkey

    and Oseleta by Masi in Verona called Masi Osar
    and is produced principally from the ancient Veronese variety Oseleta, rediscovered and replanted by Masi. This grape, with its extraordinary concentration, colour and tannin content, produces a wine of modern style, with a structure and complexity not usually to be found in the Verona area.

  34. And a few more

    A great Greek Vinsanto of the grapes Asyrtiko and Aïdani. Made in the Santorianote ancient traditional fashion.

    Not to be confused with the Italian Vin Santo or Vino Santo (holy wine) which is a style of Italian dessert wine. Traditional in Tuscany, often made from white grape varieties such as Trebbiano and Malvasia.

  35. Prior to our event I had Von Strasser Gruner Veltliner from Napa, delicious. Also a Chardonel,(hybrid)from Ashevilla wines of North Carolina. The French Broad Chapter in Hendersonville enjoyed the following on The Anniversary.Trebbiano de Lugana, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Zin. Barbera, Petite Sirah, Alicante Bouchet, Falanghina, Chenin Blanc, Sauv. Blanc, Viognier, Marsanne, Malvasia Bianca, Orange Muscat, Muscat Canelli, Vignoles, Chessalas.

    Keith Dalbec

  36. I am surprised that Muller-Thurgau is not in the list.

    We had it in a interesting german wine called P.J. Valckenberg Madonna Kabinett Founded in 1786, the House P.J. Valckenberg is Germany’s oldest and first brand name for wine. It was not bad.

    That makes 191, plus there is one more that I can read my notes on, for 192. I think we are on our way to over 200, surely there are more to add to the list.

  37. Happy 5th… here are some more varietals… not adding the ones already reported… Bukettraube (South Africa), Roscetto (Italy – even though the bottle turned out to be corked!), Tocai Friulano, Verdicchio, Traminette… but wait a minute… didn’t anyone have Lambrusco & Champagne( Pinot Meunier) to celebrate the Anniversary?

    Seems like it turned out to be mainly Italian wine evening!

  38. I found a few possible duplicates while adding varieties from the 5th Anniversary list to my spreadsheet, also made some random notes on synonyms, spellings, and so on.

    DUPLICATE: Aglianico listed twice

    “Bonarda” without qualification is ambiguous:
    Bonarda = Corbeau (Argentina, so likely Uruguay as well)
    Bonarda = Croatina (in Oltrepò Pavese, Colli Piacentini, and Puglia)
    Bonarda Novarese = Uva Rara
    Bonarda Piemontese (“true” Bonarda)

    Cesanese is ambiguous; could be Cesanese Comune, Cesanese di Affile, or a blend (in which case would count as two)

    Charbono = Douce Noir (California); true Piemonte Charbono may not be commercially cultivated

    Chessalas (sp.) > Chasselas

    DUPLICATE: Fiano listed twice

    Gouveio = Godello (Duoro)

    Izkiriota = Izkiriota Handi = Gros Manseng

    DUPLICATE: Izkiriota Ttippia = Petit Manseng

    DUPLICATE?: Malmsey = Malvasia; also a style of Madiera sometimes made from other grapes

    DUPLICATE? Malvasia Bianca might be the same grape as the Malmsey

    Muscat without qualifcation is ambiguous. Most often it’s Muscat Blanc à Petits Grains but it depends on the wine and region.

    Negroamoro (sp.) > Negroamaro

    Piedrosso (sp.) > Piedirosso

    Roupeiro = Síria

    Roussette du Bugey = Roussette = Altesse

    St. Lauren (sp.) > St. Laurent

    Tinta Cão (sp.) > Tinto Cão

    Tocai Friulano = Friulano

    Vernaccia: ambiguous without specifying origin; the term means “our grape” and is applied to various unrelated varieties including Vernaccia di Oristano, Vernaccia di San Gimigniano, Vernaccia di Serrapetrona, and Vernaccia Nera (Serrapetrona)

  39. Shared a bottle of 50/50 from Chateau St. Croix which is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon from California and Frontenac from Wisconsin. A nice red, good body, mild tannins, and spicy fruit.

  40. Thanks, Bruce and a big thank you to Robert for thankless task of proofreading – we lost five but are still over 200!

  41. I have to come clean. Deborah and I had the 2005 Giribaldi Cento Uve – a blend of 152 grape varieties – which Tom Reagan (the sole Quattro member) generously brought to London. Tom and I thought that we should wait until the bulk of the count was done before adding it. It tops up our list with 107 additional varieties. I’ll write more about it tomorrow, but in the meantime you can read member Subhash Arora’s article on the wine: http://www.delhiwineclub.com/Wine_Feature/Piemonte.asp

  42. Last night with grilled steaks we opened a bottle Teroldego “Blood of the Dragon” from Chateau Thomas, the Indiana winery where I’m an assistant winemaker so I had the pleasure of fermenting, aging, and blending this wine. This is primarily ’08 fruit teroldego with 18% ’09. It’s a big wine, inky dark with quite a bit of fruit tones and a decent long finish. Fruit was from Lodi in CA and there is only about 15 acres planted in the state.

    Cheers!!

    Steve Somermeyer

  43. 2007 Bosco Delle Cicale Langhe Freisa
    similar to ruche, in my opinion, geranium and rose petal nose with a little bitter Campari like finish. Juicy and feminine.

  44. In honor of the Club’s birthday, I had:
    Timorasso (grape: white) Colli Tortonesi (Piedmont) 2006 Derthona “Vigneti Massa”. Nose of spicy baked apple. Similar taste, with very long, honeyed finish. Med. Quite nice.
    Txakoli (60% Hondarribi Zuri, 20% Mune Mahatsa, 20% Txori Mahatsa) 2009 Gurrutxaga. Odd nose of lychee, rubbing alcohol, warm beer. Taste like a light, citrusy beer–it had quite a bit of dissolved CO2. Light in color & body.
    Timorasso and Hondarribi Zuri are already on the list, but I don’t see Mune Mahatsa or Txori Mahatsa.

  45. Last night, we toasted the Century Club at Savvy Cellar Wine Shop and Wine Bar in Redwood City, California. We tasted 3 different wines: a Bugianen Freisa d’Asti from Domenico Capello, a Castello di Verduno Pelaverga, and a Blaufrankisch, whose producer escapes me. I thought the Freisa might be tasted by someone else, but I was pretty sure the Pelaverga would not be on your list – amazingly, I guess someone tasted it last night. As of right now, a brief look through the list doesn’t reveal that anyone tried a Blaufrankisch, so maybe that’s our winning contribution!

  46. Macabeo, Xarello, Perellada, Chardonnay, Mourvedre, Torrontés, Carmenere, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec,
    Petit Verdot, Cataratto, Carrucante, Moscatto, Toriga Nacional, Souzo, Tannat, Cabernet Franc

    more later, as others in our group report in.

    ted

  47. Henry – great note – rubbing alcohol and warm beer! Not exactly an endorsement but 2 more grapes!

    Marni – Thanks for the Blaufrankisch – it’s hard to add grapes at this stage!

    Ted – Thanks – amazingly 2 more!

  48. I honor of the Clubs Birthday on May 8th, I toasted with an 2005 Endrizzi Teroldego Rotaliano Riserva and an 2003 Endrizzi Gropello di Revo. Both were CWC-worthy wines.

  49. Here are the grapes we tasted:

    Narince, Kalecik Karasi, Zierfandler, Dolomiti, Osalecta, Muller-Thurgau, Riesling, Silvaner, Kerner, Plousard, Romorath, Faire Sevedou, Moscofilero, Assyrtiko, Aidani, Agiorgitiko, St Laurent, 3 different types of muscat, Syrah, Mourvedre, Cinsault, Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, Touriga, Pinot Noir and Viognier, and a port (we don’t know how many grapes!)

    That’s at least 30 for us! : )

  50. Steve, The tasting was successful beyond all expectations! The increase in the number of local WCC chapters indicates it is a growing phenomenon.

    Is it possible to purchase the Giribaldi Centro Uve in the US? How much does it reatial for?

    Best,

    Mark and Diane Freeland

  51. Wow! What a turnout! Sorry to be late to the party.

    I attended a gigantic Edmunds St. John tasting, which was delightful though not too diverse in terms of grape varieties. He is most famous for his syrah-based wines but also makes excellent gamay, g/s/m blends, and a yummy vermentino-based blend.

    The only grape we drank on Saturday that I don’t see here is grenache blanc, as grown in California. (Maybe it’s here under some other name?)

  52. Thanks, Mark and Diane! The only place in the world – at least according to wine-searcher.com – is in Spain: http://www.deblancoatinto.com/control/product/~product_id=10260

    Alternatively, you can contact the winemaker, Giribaldi http://www.vinigiribaldi.it/contenuti.aspx?ID=1&lang=en

    Hi Jeff, great to hear from you and very nice that you could add a grape at this late stage! Grenache blanc brings us to 314! Steve Edmunds just submitted an application perhaps due to you!

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