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  1. Winey the Elder
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    Bless you for this. I have been constantly amazed at the “ink” given to winery owners and vintners and so little devoted to the people who most often work the land. The graciousness and nobility of the farmworkers should not go unnoticed and this post was such a blessing and so poignant.

    Gracias a la vida.
    WtE

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