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In December, we drink Champagne at closing at K&L- and we prefer to drink it out of magnum when possible. The highlight this year was the Ariston Aspasie Blanc de Blancs Brut Champagne (1.5L) magnum ($74.99) that we had on Christmas eve. This single vineyard beauty comes from the Gouttes d’Or, a very steep east facing parcel in the little village of Brouillet. It was creamy, delicate and perfectly refreshing! We all say to cheers to you, and hope your holiday is filled with fun and friends!

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Mar182011

Hope for Japan

As if a devastating 9.0 earthquake wasn't enough. The subsequent tsunamis and now potential nuclear disaster in Japan should make us all grateful for the relative security with which we all live. People in Japan are without clean water, food or shelter. But there is hope. And that hope springs from the millions and millions of people around the world doing whatever they can to assist relief efforts. Rather than tantalzing you with some food and wine pairing, or encouraging you to buy a bottle of this or that, I ask that you take the $10 you would might have spent on wine today (or a pint at your local pub, or a latte, whatever) and to donate it to one of the many organizations that are working diligently to help the survivors in Japan. From the Red Cross to Shelterbox to WANDAA, there are a wide variety of groups helping in the relieft effort. Check out Crowdrise.com to find a project you support, or create your own. Together we can all bring a little hope to Japan.

Leah Greenstein

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