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Wednesday
May082013

Tasting the Dyer Vineyard Vertical 1996 - 2010

On May 4th, 2013, I spent time with Bill and Dawnine Dyer at their Diamond Mountain property tasting every release of their wine. Please select the image below to learn about how the wines are doing.

 

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