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Default Sutcliffe wines

Spent the whole of Monday with John Sutcliffe of Sutcliffe wines in
Cortez, CO. Very interesting wines and interesting guy with his hand
in a lot of things. Was impressed with his whole lineup and quite
surprised about how good these wines were for being in the southwest
of Colorado. I would highly recommend any of his wines but especially
the Chardonnay, Merlot, and a Meritage.

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