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  1. katems
    katems at | | Reply

    wine as a peasant’s food… i like that idea. it’s true in a historical sense, and very far from true in the current landscape of consumption. i think wine used to operate on two levels – the wine for the gentry, and the wine for everyone else. maybe there’s a uniformity to wine now that goes beyond judging it’s quality (the ‘plastic surgery’ comment), into every aspect of drinking it.

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  3. doug wilder
    doug wilder at | | Reply

    It is Montelena, not Mt Helena.

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