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  1. sethmlong
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    I truly appreciate your reviews, such a visceral way to experience your tastings. Bravo!

  2. Katems
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    Great comic! So good that you had the opportunity to do this. I’d like to try the 09 Klein cab sauv in a few years too, from what I read here.

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