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rjquillin wrote:Despite having some already, I might be coursed into some form of a split.
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Cyradia wrote:This was interesting...I haven't been keeping up with it, but is it turning into a pretty good general rule of thumb to skip the 2010 and 2011 reds? CA only or all the west coast (i.e., did Washington and Oregon also have bad years)?
In Northern CA, 2010 and 2011 are less than stellar. Good news is 2012 should be great and 2013 look excellent. I'm not sure about WA and OR as I don't purchase enough from either to pay much attention.
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