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Loring Wine Company Rosellas Pinot Noir 2004

Pinot Noir from Central Coast, California
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    Rosella's Vineyard is owned by Gary Franscioni, "The Other" Gary at Garys' Vineyard. Rosella's, named after Gary's wife, is located in Monterey County, near Soledad, Ca, about a mile north of Garys'. Gary has many different Pinot clones planted at Rosella's - and I got all 667 in 2002. In 2003, I'll probably also pick up some 777 just for fun!

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    White writing software for the aerospace industry, Brian felt that he just wasn't busy enough, so he decided to moonlight as a winemaker starting in 1999. His sister, Kimberly, decided that Brian shouldn't have all the fun, so she decided to spend her free time away from work (designing data processing systems for credit card companies) at the winery as well. As the winery grew, more and more people kept bugging Brian and... View More

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