FL/TN gametime?

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    I have been to a game at Lexington and really enjoyed the experience. Fans were great with me. Spent the whole weekend and toured one of horse farms on a Sunday afternoon near Winchester was having an open house. It was something like 125 years old.
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    Sure -- but they do have a South African wine section at Whole Foods... slowly, they are becoming accepted in the US. Stellenbosch is about equal to Napa Valley now in quality of wine -- and just as pretty an area. What's your fave?
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    I have seen Chocolate Block at Whole Foods... if there's one in your area!
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    I can find my fave, the Rust en Vrede estate, here. But some of the others, Blauklippen Cabriolet, and a good cheapie, Arniston Bay are hard to come by.

    Went to a good number of the wineries in '05. Some were great (Rust en Vrede, Ernie Els), some :):cough:: Spier ::cough::) were utter crap.

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