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  1. Katherine
    Katherine at | | Reply

    That Grenache sounds so yummy!

  2. Evan LaNouette
    Evan LaNouette at | | Reply

    Great work! I really enjoyed reading Sonja’s soulful connection between her fruit and the intentions she has to interpret them in her wine, and thus herself. Wondeful approach.

  3. Shawn AKA Wandering Wino
    Shawn AKA Wandering Wino at | | Reply

    Fantastic post! I’ve got to say, I love love her Grenache from Ballard Canyon!

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