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  1. Bob Ehrlich
    Bob Ehrlich at | | Reply

    Hawk;
    Lovely review–gives me a feel for the passion and expertise of Murray.. It’s a crapshoot using natural yeasts and cutting back on the sulfur–hope the results work our from year to year. What is his total production-? My guess is maybe 1000 cases.

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

    Bravo! So well written, I kept reading despite knowing the story :-)

    The Watch Hill is amongst his top wines IMHO. I unscrewed an ’07 Reserve Syrah very recently and was showing nice bottle age. It is fantastic to see someone like Andrew with so many accolades to remain with such humility and kindness.

  3. John Breatle
    John Breatle at | | Reply

    lovely and great article! Andrew Murray Vineyards one of the best red and white wines! Would love to learn more about wine pairings though.. Read one of the reviews I also found was this: http://www.santabarbaravacationinfo.com/top-3-santa-barbara-wineries/ Thanks to this too. Cheers!

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