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November 24, 2007


We also went to a winery (Roxy Ann) for a wine tasting and to pick out a case of something... We have been at it longer than you in terms of drinking wine (also prefer dry reds) but are not connoisseurs. Our daughter and our son-in-law are more knowledgeable. When we are in Medford, which we were for Thanksgiving, we take advantage of their experience.

We bought though a wine from up here despite going all that way-- an Anthony Dell Pinot Noir from McMinnville. We buy a case like that every couple of years if that often. Otherwise we buy from the grocery store and frankly I am happy with either. But it's fun to visit the wineries especially at Thanksgiving.

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