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My thoughts are with you for a surprisingly wonderful harvest.

Voie de Vie

Go Mother Nature, go! Do your magic so the harvest will be "fruitful." :)

Susan Carter

Just drank a bottle of Lunatique (while watching & listening to the world premier of the Frozen Planet at the Hollywood Bowl) & hope this years harvest will will as good.

Kathleen from Connecticut

Bon chance avec ton recolte (harvest) or is the word (vindage)?



Jean-Marc, I wish you all the best of luck with this season's grapes. Please ask Kristi to post pictures of the progress from time to time. I will miss being there in the thick of things, but I will be undergoing knee surgery about the time that you are picking the rose grapes this year. It will speed my recovery to hear how things are progressing and I am hoping that you have a peak season and a splendid crush! I hope that your shoulder has healed well and that you suffer no further injuries!
Take care,

joyce minosh

Joyce and the "ladies from Boston" wish you a successful harvest.

Pat - Roanoke, VA

Wishing you a beautiful, bountiful harvest in '12!

Suzanne, Monroe Twp., NJ

Cicadas bring good luck, no? I hope all goes well as these grapes come to fruition. Maybe 2012 will be the best vindage yet for DRB!

Chief Grape

Thanks a lot for all wishes.
Weather is perfect now...a bit of wind and some sun.
Caroline : We will post lots of pictures during harvest of course. We will miss our 2011 "Harvest Queen" (like we will miss all previous pickers, like Denise who also commented above with "Voie de Vie")

Dave Kapsiak

Thanks for the update- I hope you had a nice Quatorze Juillet. I celebrated mine with a bottle of your Dentelle.

Jens from Copenhagen

Good luck with your new life on the coast. I feel a little sad though, to realize that we have been sitting below the mulberry tree for the last time tasting the wines of Domaine Rouge-Bleu. Hope to see you all here in Copenhagen one day.

Natasha Golinsky

Queen's University flies the flag for the arts in Northern Ireland and beyond.

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