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Re: TB: Feu Du Ciel

In a message dated 1/17/2004 7:17:30 PM Central Standard Time, jpapillon@earthlink.net writes:

I got over it.

Me too.... mostly. While I was not drinkin' French wines it was too hard to get Australian wine so I started drinkin' Mississippi muscadine wine bottled in Natchez, Ms. and do not think I will be able to change back now.

It comes in a cobalt blue bottle. Empties look real good with a stalk of Feu Du Ciel stuck in 'em. Problem is I can't drink enough to hold all the stalks and my wife don't drink and never looks at flowers in the yard.

Bill Burleson

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