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11 December 2007

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Frances

We have our first experimental glass carboy of homemade Syrah port doing its business in the wine shed. Winemaker Timo and winemaker Jeff are having a fine time fiddling around with the content but I wonder if they'll be retired by the time it has aged sufficiently to drink? Oh well, guess that's the pre-retirement dinner drink taken care of, fifteen years ahead of schedule!

Suzanne

By all means, buy a few and don't forget to say hi to Bill.

Lesley

I am going to the Portworks asap, I have to get a bottle of that delicious sounding vinegar as a gift for my buddy, I know she'll love it!

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