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Vintages Release October 30, 2010

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Dessert Wine

Quinta Do Noval Late Bottled Vintage Unfiltered Port 2003, D.O.C., Douro, Portugal: Love it! Juicy fleshy blackberry preserves. Gorgeous concentration and depth. Perfect for after dinner. 677815 19% S 750 mL $21.95 Score: 91/100. October 2010. Best Value Dessert Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Croft Port Rosé Port, Douro Valley, Portugal: This rosé wine proves that port isn't just for winter and formal occasions. This is cool refreshment in a glass when served with ice; makes a great summertime drink. It offers aromas of field raspberries and sun-warmed roses. Try it and surprise yourself at how versatile port can be. 140871 19% S 750 mL $20.00 Score: 87/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Red Wine

Wayne Gretzky Estates Estate Series Shiraz Cabernet 2007, V.Q.A., Niagara Peninsula, Ontario, Canada: Vintages Wine Panel: From the lauded 2007 vintage comes this well-made Shiraz/Cabernet blend from The Great One’s winery. The Shiraz plays forward on the nose with aromas of blackberry, pepper and underbrush. The Cabernet is nicely represented by cassis, with the Shiraz contributing peppery spice. Dry, crisp and fruity with soft tannins for balance. Medium-full bodied with a crisp, medium-long, fruit-filled finish. A great wine to enjoy while tuning in to Saturday-night hockey. My note: A lip-smacking tasty red with chocolate and dark plum notes. Full-bodied and hulky like a left-wing defenseman. (Can you tell I don’t watch hockey?) Very satisfying and worth the money. Shiraz Cabernet food pairings: rich pasta sauce. Drink: 2010 - 2014 162180 12.5% XD 750 mL $22.85 Score: 88/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Carabella Pinot Noir 2006, Chehalem Mountains, Willamette Valley, Oregon, United States: Packed with sweetly ripe cherries and raspberries: like running through a field on a summer day with your senses soaking in the sun. Medium-bodied and satin smooth. Love this wine. Drink: 2010 - 2015 180125 14.5% D 750 mL $29.95 Score: 92/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Luis Felipe Edwards Gran Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon 2007, Colchagua Valley, Chile: Vintages Wine Panel: For their Gran Reserva wines, the winery sources the very best grapes from their estate vineyards. Barrel aged in French and American oak for 12 months, this Cabernet displays aromas of black plum, cassis, eucalyptus and vanilla. Dry and silky, with subtle oak spice giving the wine dimension. The producers indicate that these are the wines they reserve for their family gatherings. Enjoy at your own family gathering. My note: Aromas of dark chocolate and black plums. Full-bodied and smooth with a satisfying finish. Cabernet Sauvignon food pairings: grilled steaks, roast leg of lamb, game meats. Drink: 2010 - 2014 169847 14% XD 750 mL $16.95 Score: 89/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Mr. Riggs Shiraz Viognier 2007, Adelaide Hills, South Australia, Australia: Vintages Wine Panel: Ben Riggs has been crafting fine wines for over 15 years – and now under his own moniker. His Shiraz/Viognier sports aromas of blackberry, coffee, pepper, and ripe, smoky cherry. The palate is rewarded again and again as you sip. A nicely balanced, medium-full-bodied red with a smooth finish. My note: Juicy, full-bodied whom with aromas of black berries and fruit. Very smooth and mouth-watering. Ready to go when you are. Shiraz Viognier food pairings: roast beef, veal parmesan. Drink: 2010 - 2015 186098 14.5% D 750 mL $24.95 Score: 92/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Glaymond Asif Cabernet Sauvignon 2007, Barossa Valley, South Australia, Australia: Juicy and dark with mouth-watering flavours of dark chocolate and black plums. Full-bodied and tasty! 64022 15% XD 750 mL $29.95 Score: 90/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Oliverhill Petite Sirah 2007, Mclaren Vale, South Australia, Australia: A humongous wine with huge black fruit flavours that are liqueur-like in concentration. Smooth and supple. 191585 15.5% D 750 mL $46.95 Score: 90/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Felicité The Newton Johnson Family Pinot Noir 2009, W.O., Eilandia, Walker Bay, South Africa: Vintages Wine Panel: As this wine shows, the Robertson sub-appellation of Eliandia and the Ward attached to the cool-climate Walker Bay, Upper Hemel-en-Aarde Valley, are making remarkable advances with the finicky Pinot Noir. This version from the Newton Johnson family features classic cherry, earth and vanilla aromas and flavours. Dry, fruity and very clean with just a hint of tannin. This is a good choice if you want to enjoy a red wine with fish. My note: Gorgeous wine for the money. Big mouth-watering acidity with tart cherries, but I love it! Supple and medium-bodied and a spicy finish. Can’t believe they priced it this low. Pinot Noir food pairings: lamb stew, fish. 173005 13.5% D 750 mL $14.95 Score: 89/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Château Ducla Supérieur, Domaines Mau Cabernet Blend 2008, A.C., Bordeaux, France: Vintages Wine Panel: Hidden away within Bordeaux are many little gems. While the Latours and the Margaux of the world get all the hype, wineries such as Château Ducla create fine wines vintage after vintage that can satisfy on so many levels: cost, drinkability and food-matching versatility. My note: A simple, tasty, robust red with juicy dark berry aromas. Smooth and satisfying. Cabernet Blend food pairings: lamb, pork roast, grilled steak, gourmet sausages. Drink: 2010 - 2013 162461 12.5% XD 750 mL $14.95 Score: 87/100. October 2010. Best Value Red Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Château De Raousset Gamay 2009, A.C., Morgon, Beaujolais, France: Vintages Wine Panel: Award-winning wines have been crafted at Château Raousset since the 1860s. The Morgan exhibits a ruby-violet colour, and offers aromas and flavours of blackcurrant, plum, cherry, candied fruit and banana chip. This is a smooth, medium-bodied wine with a bit of spice on the finish. A thoroughly enjoyable Beaujolais that pairs well. My note: Lovely cherry spice and mouth-watering berry aromas and flavours. Medium-bodied and silky smooth. Love it! Gamay food pairings: chicken in an orange balsamic sauce, grilled whitefish. Drink: 2010 - 2013 183665 12.5% XD 750 mL $16.95 Score: 89/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Château de Beaucastel Coudoulet De Beaucastel Syrah Blend 2008, A.C., Côtes Du Rhône, France: Wildly delicious! This wine has it all: juicy, black cherry fruit, mouth-watering acidity, full-bodied weight yet it’s not heavy or hot. Fabulous balance and structure and so versatile with food. If you’re coming over, please bring a bottle of this with you please. Drink: 2010 - 2018 48884 14% XD 750 mL $29.95 Score: 94/100. October 2010. Favourite Red Wine Tied Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Terre Puglia Cantine Di Marco Primitivo Di Manduria 2007, D.O.C., Puglia, Italy: Vintages Wine Panel: Cantine di Marco has been in the wine business since 1872. Their Primitivo di Manduria possesses beguiling aromas and flavours of red plum, blackberry, hay and candied fruit, with soothing notes of vanilla and spice. This is a full-bodied red with a lush centre and good length.. My note: Packed with purple plums and blue berries! Very New World, with a vibrant fruit-forward style. Full-bodied and smooth. Terrific party wine. Primitivo Di Manduria food pairings: seafood jambalaya, fusilli with tomato-and-basil sauce. Drink: 2010 - 2014 181248 14% XD 750 mL $14.95 Score: 88/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Riserva Chianti Classico 2006, D.O.C.G., Tuscany, Italy: Vintages Wine Panel: This wine is basically a selection of the very best Sangiovese grapes from Antinori’s Chianti Classico vineyards (excluding those used for their top-end Badia a Passignano). Look for raspberry, plum, strawberry, dried meat and new leather aromas and flavours. This dry and fresh, youthful wine will still benefit from cellar time (3-5 years), but if you decant it (2 hours) you can enjoy it tonight. My note: Very classic chianti with yart cherry liqueur and some dark spices. Full-bodied and smooth. This would be amazing with almost any tomato-sauce or Italian dish. Chianti Classico food pairings: game meats, bison steaks, grilled lamb, tomato sauce, Italian dishes. Drink: 2010 - 2016 512384 13.5% XD 750 mL $29.95 Score: 89/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Ruffino Riserva Chianti Classico 2005, D.O.C.G., Tuscany, Italy: I’m loving this wine more than I have in any other vintage so far! It’s juicy, ripe yet balanced. Lovely dark berry fruit and spices. Full-bodied with a long finish. Drink: 2010 - 2017 353201 13.5% XD 750 mL $43.95 Score: 91/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Mocali Brunello Di Montalcino 2004, D.O.C.G., Tuscany, Italy: Juicy and delicious with over-flowing ripe cherry fruit, smoke and spices. Full-bodied and wonderful! Drink: 2010 - 2019 64956 13.9% XD 750 mL $46.95 Score: 92/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Ornellaia Le Serre Nuove Dell'ornellaia, Bolgheri Superiore Merlot Cabernets Sauvignon 2008, D.O.C., Tuscany, Italy: Vintages Wine Panel: This estate has a track record envied by wineries all over the world. Demand today for the wines of Tenuta dell’ Ornellaia has never been higher. Le Serre Nuove, a blend of Merlot, Cabernets Sauvignon and Franc, and Petit Verdot, is a bright and fruity wine with red and black berries tinged by subtle oak nuances of chocolate and clove. My note: Tasty with dark fruit. Needs cellar time. A little short on the finish but none the less satisfying, especially for those who collection verticals of this wine. Drink: 2012 - 2017 606194 12.5% XD 750 mL $59.95 Score: 89/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Bottega Amarone Della Valpolicella 2006, D.O.C., Veneto, Italy: Vintages Wine Panel: The Bottega family has been in the wine business since the 1920s, and their expertise shows. This Amarone greets you with a chicory/coffee nose, then reveals flavours of raisins, plums, and spiced cherry, with hints of tobacco and leather. The flavours replay nicely on the palate, with lovely purity, up to its smooth, dry finish. My note: Beautifully sculpted and flavoured. It sure doesn’t taste as alcoholic as it is. Full-bodied is probably an understatement. This wine has amazing and endless flavours of black cherry liqueur blackberry preserves, smoke and spice. Amarone Della Valpolicella food pairings: lasagna, zesty beef casserole. Drink: 2010 - 2025 181537 16% XD 750 mL $41.95 Score: 95/100. October 2010. Favourite Red Wine Tied Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Cabriz Reserva Dão Sul - Soc. Vitivini. Touriga Nacional Tinta Roriz Alfrocheiro Preto 2007, D.O.C., Dão, Portugal: Vintages Wine Panel: From the Dão region, this dry wine is made using some of the grapes normally associated with Port, namely Touriga Nacional and Tinta Roriz, plus Alfrocheiro Preto. It has a lovely nose of spicy berry-fruit and light leather, followed by aromas and flavours of blackcurrant, ripe cherry, black licorice, vanilla and woodspice. There’s good length to this medium-full-bodied red. My note: Big juicy New World style red with lusciously ripe aromas of fleshy berries and purple plums. If you like Australian shiraz, you’ll love this. Some smoke and spice to finish. Touriga Nacional Tinta Roriz Alfrocheiro Preto food pairings: rich beef, lamb dishes. Drink: 2010 - 2013 21410 13.7% D 750 mL $16.95 Score: 89/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Condado De Haza Crianza Tempranillo 2007, D.O., Ribera Del Duero, Spain: Vintages Wine Panel: Owner Alejandro Fernández is a legendary figure in Ribera del Duero. His 100% Tempranillo features aromas of blackberry, espresso, cedar and mineral. The wine is a fine combination of ample fruit, good depth and firm tannic structure. Fernández recommends serving this wine with lamb, roast suckling pig, sirloin steaks, or semi-cured sheep cheese. It will also reward 3-5 years in a cellar. My note: I love the mature taste of this wine: leather, spice and smoke with a backdrop of dried red fruit. Chewy and savoury and ready to drink now. Tempranillo food pairings: lamb, roast suckling pig, sirloin steaks, semi-cured sheep cheese. Drink: 2010 - 2016 963348 14% XD 750 mL $24.95 Score: 90/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Taja Reserva Mähler-Besse Monastrell 2005, D.O., Jumilla, Spain: Vintages Wine Panel: Mähler-Besse’s Taja Reserva is made mostly with Monastrell (the local name for Mourvèdre), plus dashes of Tempranillo and Cabernet Sauvignon. It is matured for 12 months in oak barrels and then given a further 24 months of bottle ageing before release. A definite crowd-pleaser, this is a perfect choice for pizza or pasta night. My note: A simple, robust, tasty red for quaffing not analyzing. Dark fruit and some oak. Monastrell food pairings: pizza, pasta. 243329 14% D 750 mL $14.95 Score: 86/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Greg Norman California Estates Pinot Noir 2008, Santa Barbara County, California, United States: Vintages Wine Panel: A fine choice, this classic Santa Barbara Pinot is chock full of aromas and flavours of black cherry, smoked meat, spice, coffee and a hint of tar. It is round and ripe with just enough tannin and acid to give it a nice freshness and short-term ageability (1-3 years). My note: Sweetly juicy cherry fruit that finishes dry and ultimately satisfying. Juicy, luscious and ready drink apart from the golf course. Pinot Noir food pairings: stuffed veal tenderloin, grilled tuna steaks, grilled salmon. Drink: 2010 - 2015 687988 14.2% D 750 mL $24.95 Score: 92/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Sanford Pinot Noir 2008, Santa Rita Hills, Santa Barbara County, California, United States: Vintages Wine Panel: Sanford was the first producer to plant Pinot Noir in the Santa Rita Hills area. That was 1971, and today we are truly fortunate to be able to enjoy the fruits of their labour. Lovely and bright with cherry and strawberry eau-du-vie notes on the nose. Medium bodied and dry, this Pinot is beautifully balanced with complex smoky fruit and gentle tannins. My note: Stunning with gorgeous depth of satin cherry flavour. Not heavy but packed with flavour. A hedonist’s dream. Pinot Noir food pairings: herbed pork roast, grilled salmon steaks. 206680 14.5% D 750 mL $44.95 Score: 93/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Austin Hope Winery Hope Family Vineyard Syrah 2008, Paso Robles, California, United States: Vintages Wine Panel: This superbly well-structured Syrah delivers on all counts. Deep black/purple in the glass, it is loaded with black fruit and pepper aromas. On the palate, it is simply brimming with lovely plum, black cherry and pepper. The medium tannins and acidity are in perfect balance, and the long, smoky finish is truly beautiful. My note: Gorgeous depth and concentration of fleshy black berries and fruit. This is so darn tasty, just try it. Syrah food pairings: spicy gourmet sausages, roast beef with roast potatoes. Drink: 2010 - 2015 686121 15.5% D 750 mL $39.95 Score: 92/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Edward Sellers Cognito Mourvedre Syrah 2006, Paso Robles, California, United States: Vintages Wine Panel: This blend of 45% Mourvedre, 20% Syrah, 20% Zinfandel and 15% Grenache has aromas of bumbleberry and rhubarb pie that will have your mouth watering with anticipation as you nose this wine. Best of all, these delectable notes are echoed on the very fresh and complex palate. This wine has so much to like, and so much to get to know. It will also be a happy camper in a cellar for 2-4 years. My note: A big honkin' red with blackberry jam and black cherry liqueur. Full-on wine for those who want maximum alcoholic bang for their buck. Mourvedre Syrah food pairings: lamb stew, turkey casserole. Drink: 2010 - 2015 194324 14.9% XD 750 mL $26.95 Score: 89/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Haywood Los Chamizal Vineyard Zinfandel 2006, Sonoma Valley, California, United States: I like it! Combines some zesty pepper notes with lusciously ripe dark berries and plums. Round, smooth and full-bodied. Very juicy and delicious. Drink: 2010 - 2015 949255 14.8% D 750 mL $29.95 Score: 92/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Belle Glos Clark & Telephone Vineyard Pinot Noir 2008, Santa Maria Valley, Santa Barbara County, California, United States: You smell this wine and you say, “Oh that’s nice. The evening may turn out well, after all.” Lovely cherry spice notes with an absolutely seductive satin texture. Good this is good juice. The Wagner family (of Caymus fame) is responsible for the Belle Glos label. While Chuck Wagner wows wine lovers with his Caymus Cabernets, his son Joseph continues to win fans with his Pinots Drink: 2010 - 2016 652883 14.5% XD 750 mL $48.95 Score: 93/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Joseph Phelps Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon 2007, Napa Valley, California, United States: So elegant and balanced with lovely, lovely notes of classic blackcurrant, cassis and blackberry. Some smoke on a long finish. Does taste as alcoholic as it is. Drink: 2010 - 2018 189795 14% XD 750 mL $74.95 Score: 93/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Southbrook Vineyards Triomphe Syrah 2008, V.Q.A., Niagara Peninsula, Ontario, Canada: Vintages Wine Panel: This wine won a Silver Medal at the 2010 Ontario Wine Awards, and swirling, sniffing and sipping shows why. The wine finds a happy balance between the Rhône and Aussie Shiraz styles. Aromas suggest pepper, black raspberry, plum, red licorice and vanilla. Dry, with pretty, lush fruit that is almost instantly refreshed by racy acidity. The tannins act as a complement to the fruit and acid. Enjoy this medium-bodied wine. My note: Chocolate and dark plum aromas on the nose. This supple, full-bodied and tasty wine is a very pleasant quaffer. Syrah food pairings: grilled gourmet sausages. Drink: 2010 - 2015 129809 12% XD 750 mL $24.95 Score: 88/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Grant Burge The Holy Trinity Grenache Shiraz Mourvèdre 2005, Barossa, South Australia, Australia: This wine is a blend of 40% grenache, 35% shiraz and 25% mourvedre. Enticing concentration and depth with lip-smacking aromas and flavours of black cherry, blackberry and spices. Length, depth; it’s got it all. 726802 14.5% XD 750 mL $29.95 Score: 91/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Cave De Tain Syrah Blend 2007, Crozes Hermitage, Rhône, France: A lovely juicy, spicy wine with fleshy ripe cherries and smoke. Medium-bodied and satin smooth. Terrific! Gold Medal winner at the 2009 Concours des Grands Vins de France. Drink: 2010 - 2015 572230 12.5% D 750 mL $17.95 Score: 89/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Sparkling Wine

Roederer Estate Brut Chardonnay Pinot Noir, Anderson Valley, Sonoma County, California, United States: A robust bubbly with toasty notes of green apples and white peach. This sparkling wine is a blend of 60% Chardonnay and 40% Pinot Noir. 294181 12% XD 750 mL $28.95 Score: 90/100. October 2010. Best Value Sparkling Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Baron-Fuenté Grand Millésimé Brut Champagne 2003, A.C., Champagne, France: Vintages Wine Panel: The Baron family has been cultivating vineyards in the Champagne region since the 17th Century. This very affordable vintage-dated Champagne has a lovely mature style, with aromas of citrus and rye bread that join in with the honeyed flavours of buckwheat, apple, lemon and bread dough. Crisp and tangy on the palate, you’ll want to raise a glass of this well-crafted bubbly. My note: Toasty and crisp with refreshing notes of green apples, almond and white melon. Champagne food pairings: raw oysters and a squeeze of lemon. 155119 12.5% XD 750 mL $47.95 Score: 88/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

White Wine

Babich Wines Black Label Sauvignon Blanc 2009, Marlborough, South Island, New Zealand: Wonderfully herbal and grassy with support lime and lemon notes. So zesty and refreshing at an amazing price. Knock it back! 9142 13% XD 750 mL $17.95 Score: 90/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Alain Geoffroy Beauroy Chablis, 1Er Cru Chardonnay 2007, A.C., Burgundy, France: A zippy, pear-ripe white with a zesty acidity and purity of line. No oak. Crisp and refreshing. Drink: 2010 - 2014 733501 13% XD 750 mL $24.95 Score: 90/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Gerald Favre Vieilles Vignes Pouilly-Fuissé 2009, A.C., Burgundy, France: Vintages Wine Panel: Made in a traditional unoaked Chablis style, this wine is tangy and crisp, with aromas and flavours of green apple, lemon and fresh pastry, plus lovely mineral notes. Enjoy this taste of Chablis tonight. My note: Pure and lovely with refreshing notes of white peach, green apple and lime. Zesty and balanced with a medium body. Pouilly-Fuissé food pairings: trout almandine, angel hair pasta in pesto sauce. 187658 13.4% XD 750 mL $27.95 Score: 88/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Dr. Pauly-Bergweiler Riesling Kabinett 2008, Q.M.P., Wehlener Sonnenuhr, Mosel, Germany: Love it! Sweetly ripe peach and pear with a great vein of acidity running through it. So packed with flavour yet light on the alcohol. 189175 8.5% MD 750 mL $16.95 Score: 89/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Marco Bonfante Gavi Rasön Cortese 2009, D.O.C.G., Piedmont, Italy: Vintages Wine Panel: Cortese is an ancient variety, and the primary grape grown in the Gavi appellation. Refreshing lime, tangerine and candied fruit highlight the aromas and flavours, rounded out with some fine floral and stony notes. This medium-bodied white has a ripe fruit centre, a slight tang, and good length. Enjoy this Gavi. My note: Crisp and refreshing with mild flavours of white melon and peach. No heavy oak. Good aperitif. Cortese food pairings: calamari, salmon in puff pastry. 73866 12.6% D 750 mL $14.95 Score: 86/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Castello Della Cervaro Della Sala, Marchesi Antinori Chardonnay Grechetto 2008, I.G.T., Umbria, Italy: Vintages Wine Panel: Antinori’s family estate in Umbria is Castello della Sala. There, they produce wines such as this fine white, which is an oak-aged blend of Chardonnay and Grechetto. Lovely aromas of yellow plum, spring flowers and woodsmoke are front and centre. This dry, lithe, well-made and impeccably balanced wine is drinking beautifully now or enjoy it over the next 5+ years. My note: A rich and luxurious white infused with hazelnut, smoke, baking spices and baked apples. Full-bodied and voluptuous. Chardonnay Grechetto food pairings: grilled tuna steaks. 177120 13% XD 750 mL $54.95 Score: 91/100. October 2010. Favourite White Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

County Unfiltered Chardonnay 2008, V.Q.A. Prince Edward County, Canada: Looking at my notes, I realized that "Yes, oh, yes!" is not really a tasting note and might be interpreted as something else. However, it was sheer ecstasy to drink this Chardonnay with its rich layers of buttery, toasted almond goodness. Lovely oak integration and a long satisfying finish that leaves you plesantly yearning for more. Chardonnay food pairings: crustaceons, poultry, pasta dishes with cream based sauces. Drink: 2010 - 2014 184432 11.9% XD 750 mL $35.00 Score: 92/100. October 2010. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart


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