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September 03, 2007


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Come visit!
(PS, the email in the first post was incorrect).


Great blog! Wonderful news about the Steinway(s).
Happiest of Holidays and a prosperous 2009!
Love from all!

Bob Stewart

I thought I was your most feared tennis opponent. Think about it. Las Vegas!


What about Luna Merlot 2002?

awadagin pratt

opus one is a fine wine, though inconsistent. definitely needs time in the bottle, (10 yrs, is a good starting point)
and generally some air time once opened


Opus One, a fine wine.

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