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Voie de Vie

Glad you've gotten your trip almost nailed down. It seems like the Pacific Northwest portion is still a little up in the air. Let's hope there is a dinner somewhere in there.

BTW, will you also be showcasing the latest Banneret? I know the '09 won't be ready for a while, but I still need to taste the latest vintage from my own particular grape-picking Waterloo. :)


Kirk Woodyard

Can't wait for another tast of Lunatique in DC on March 8. Love the "Pure Grenache"

Marika Ujvari

Why...Oh why do you always leave out Colorado?????

Jane Wallace

Yes Come to Colorado - Denver

Jean-Marc Espinasse

Sorry for my CO friends but no stops (again) this year. For this, I would need to find a distributor and even, I am not sure I now have enough wines to offer...unless it is small guys and with a strong nature-organic spirit. Let's find this rare pearl !
In the meantime, we have plenty of retailers in surronding States (MN, OR, CA, TX that you can see at http://a-la-recherche-du-vin.typepad.com/domaine_rougebleu/2008/03/o-trouver-nos-v.html)that may be able to ship to CO. Don't hesitate to ask them (or myself) in case you would like to get a few bottles

Pat Cargill

While we wait for glorious Spring, my friends and I recognize you, Chief Grape, as the Official Harbinger of Spring 2011(le printemps arrives aux etats-unis: 20 mars, 20:23 hours). We look forward to seeing you again in D. C. the 8th.

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