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11 Pomino (Italy)
Torgiano (Italy)

12 Burgundy Premier and Grand Cru (France)
Chardonnay (from virtually anywhere) Gavi (Italy)
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Grechetto (Italy)
Rias Baixas (Spain)
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Semillon (Australia)
Vermentino di Gallura (Italy)
Vouvray(France)

13 Chateauneuf-du-Pape (France) Pouilly-Fuisse (France) St-Veran (France) Savennieres(France)
Vendange Tardive (France)

14 Hermitage Blanc (France)

 
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