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  1. Katems
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    This is great, and I’d love to taste the wine that the Roricks make, since it’s the only 100% varietal in the country! That’s interesting and wonderful.
    There is a small amount of St. Laurent planted in Ontario, and since this year’s weather has been so… odd… there’s hope that it could be a good year for it. I’ll be harvesting at a vineyard in Prince Edward County next month and will report back!

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  5. Eliza Coleman
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    Hi there! I just discovered your blog via Sao Anash and I LOVE it! Your writing style and content are beautiful and such a unique, fresh approach to a wine blog. I wanted to see if you know where this wine is available for sale at retail in SF (if it is)? I did not see any “where to buy” info on their site.
    Best,
    Eliza

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