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  • kingkanu says:

    5/21/2014 6:08:00 PM - Hi Ivjohn, that is correct, we did stay at San Grimignano, there was some local spelling without the g

  • lvjohn says:

    5/21/2014 11:10:00 AM - Might you have stayed in San Gimignano? I cannot find any record of San Griminano anywhere. Thanks for you informative and detailed notes on your trip to Tuscany.

  • kingkanu says:

    6/5/2013 6:22:00 AM - thanks for the tip ! i don't think we saw that producer when we visited last month, we'll check that out, there is a site in the UK that specialises in NY state wines although they don't have the greatest selection, it is still handy to get a few things, particularly the cab franc, we liked quite a few of those.

  • Champagneinhand says:

    6/4/2013 7:21:00 PM - I tasted a really nice PN from the NY Finger Lake region. Reminded me a lot of Fixin. Cherry Juice, a touch of forest floor and early notes, but super elegant, and needing a bit more time in the cellar. Best PN from the East Coast I have ever had. Maybe like Burg with a splash of Oregon. Ravines Wine Cellars. 1 of 3 vineyards up here that make PN, with average yield low like 30 HL/Hectare. Total of 4-5 acres total for the vineyards.

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