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  1. Tyler Thomas
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    I like the expression that Grand Cru sites “match” the site better. Certainly this is true of all great sites. I also enjoyed his notation about transfiguration, though I would say transcendence. Wine transcends its original material and we get to participate and observe this process. Thanks for sharing!

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