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  1. fish*wine*ski
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    It is really cool to see such different flavors pictured in your drawings. It gives one a sense of how different the wines really are.

  2. Alfonso Cevola
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    Coenobium wine is very nice…fun post

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  4. Joanie Karapetian, Italian Wine Geek
    Joanie Karapetian, Italian Wine Geek at | | Reply

    I absolutely love your illustrations!

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    gravner is always a winery great at advetisting in new invention in wines.
    but is he better or more kind than others ???.is yet to be seen.

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