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i wanna taste that spring wines also..

Kristin

Thanks for point out the misspelling. The corrections have been made.

I think you meant to spell Veltliner as such. It is spelled incorrectly in your article. People may get confused trying to fine a Gruner Vertliner. Regardless, I enjoyed your article. Some of my favorite white wines are Sauv. Blancs from the Loire Valley.

Hi Peter,

Great information on Spring Wines! I agree with you about Pinot Grigios; in general the taste is uninteresting and somewhat blend. I will look for the Pinot Gris from Alsace.

Can you recommend a sparkling blush wine that would be a good pairing with a cheese course?

Thanks and Love, Aggie

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