Subject: TWE CEO paid $4.45m as it returns to profit - Lawyer for book club says women considering lawsuit against wine train - CAs Katrina Is Coming - Chinese Satisfaction Rebounded After Last Crisis - Are women better tasters than men? -- SEPTEMBER 1, 2015 - WIN
Date: 2015-09-01 13:55:36
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Lewis Perdue's Rating of Mutt Lynch Cellars: Petite Sirah: Dry Creek Valley - Sonoma County - California: Perotti Vineyard: 2011: United States
The fruit was locked in tighter than solitary at the Pelican Bay SuperMax and the tannins were as prickly as the guards.
I love Petite Sirah and had high hopes for this, but it showed no varietal character and had the balance of a two-legged chair.
I keep thinking the fruit should be on parole after a four-year sentence.
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