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December 30, 2010


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Dale Cruse

I've had both the Billecart-Salmon Brut Rosé & the Ruinart Rosé, but not the Ruinart Blanc de Blancs. For my New Year, I'm opening Champagne Delamotte NV Brut & Pol Roger "White Foil" NV Brut, both of which made my Top 10 Bubbles Of the Year list that I plan to publish later today.


Can't wait to read your list. More bubbly in 2011!


If you've been wondering whether or not this could well be possible to grow grapes in your garden, or if you would like to begin your special grape business, but you are undecided about or know what to do. Here are some ideas about what considerations to start on before proceeding to planting grapes.
Location: This is naturally the first thought that we need to do in order to start growing grapes. The location determines precisely how your fruit will grow. You will also find grapes in which grow in specific places, so plan your local area first instead of just being hasty and simply plant your seed-stock anywhere. You will probably have to consider the drainage, required slope, vines, and trellises.

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Taking a page out of Dale’s book, my wine resolution is to toast in New Year 2011 with a champagne not typically in my fridge.

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