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Planning for Fall Harvest #561 08/21/05 06:26 PM
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Lisa Shea Offline OP
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The fall harvest of grapes is right around the corner. Many home winemakers buy commercial grapes from which to create their own wines. Are you planning on making any wines this fall? It's easy and fun!


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Re: Planning for Fall Harvest #562 10/29/05 02:20 PM
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im fortunate enough to live in the wine hub of the pacific northwest (walla walla tricities area) surrounded by wineries and the wonderful smells right before the harvest.
i used to make wine at home, and i really enjoyed it. but a project better suited when you have a significant other to share it with.

Re: Planning for Fall Harvest #563 11/05/05 12:26 PM
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Harvest time is here in Nelson County Virginia USA.We have a great selection of French style wines at DelFossewine.com where I work. Please visit when in the area for wine tastings and mountain scenery. 'Must now go to work and give away wine...tough job but someonehas to do it.
Peace, Capt. Mike Patterson


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