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LAST DROP: IN THE PINOT

I was warned that the romance of hand-harvesting typically wears off after the first vine, but it didn’t.

ew York City made me a sommelier. It taught me speed and precision. Seriousness. It rewarded nothing but excellence, and there were many

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