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August 17, 2010

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Ryan O'Connell

I had the same experience. I've still got vines going through veraison, but the dark grapes are already pretty ripe. I caught my doggy eating some the other day! Glad to know I'm not the only one. :)

lagramiere

Ryan, it seems to be like that everywhere, just got an email from Cambie saying the same thing in the Vaucluse. It's going to be a rollercoaster this year!

SonomaWilliam

So glad I discovered this blog, love the dream you are living, ridiculously jealous, and as a guy loving life in the heart of the Russian River Valley, I don't say that often.

Gorgeous head trained grenache - my fave varietal! Made a barrel (my first) this year, can't wait.

Bad boars! At least they have good taste. Are you allowed to roast them? :)

cheers,
William, Simple Hedonisms Wine Blog
www.simplehedonisms.com

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