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  1. katems
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    this is so fantastic!
    i love that you called it semageddon, too, as if it will never get more semillon-y than it was with the egg. i think you might be right.

  2. Seth Long
    Seth Long at | | Reply

    Wow! I’m 101 points on this. Wish I was there, Bravo!

  3. Chuck Hayward
    Chuck Hayward at | | Reply

    Props for waving the Aussie semillon flag!! Next time, I want to be invited.

    Hey, I had the 2011s and there were three different bottlings (errrrrr…. eggings??) based on the length of skin contact. Was there only one egging in 2010?

  4. Chuck Hayward
    Chuck Hayward at | | Reply

    BTW–You know you’ll need to print a shitload of t-shirts for the Aussies… More than glad to take some there next time I am visiting…

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  7. Amy Atwood
    Amy Atwood at | | Reply

    Wow, what an incredible lineup! I was lucky enough to meet Sam Hughes last year in Sydney and tasted through many of the semillon ‘eggs’ with him, as we listened to the music created to help the wine ferment. So pleased that CA finally has some semillon of it’s own. Can’t wait to taste Dirty & Rowdy’s next semillon release.
    Cheers,
    Amy

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