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  1. Aaron Bader
    Aaron Bader at | | Reply

    Great post. Love the history and the pics. Thank you for bringing this history to our attention. Looking forward to the rest of the post on the tasting and anything else on this topic. Mauritson has always impressed me as a great Sonoma county producer.

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  4. Joe Becerra
    Joe Becerra at | | Reply

    We have long been a fan of the Mauritson winery and Clay and Carrie Mauritson. We have done several articles on Rockpile. The wines are great!
    Joe

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