• http://twitter.com/geekgirlusa Cheryl Therrien

    I recognize this from Bloggy Bootcamp! :)

    • http://findingourwaynow.flywheelsites.com/ Susan Cooper

      Hey Cheryl, I thought you might. :-)))

  • http://www.bindu.ca/ Bindhurani

    Nice photos and great story about this wine. Thanks susan. I am jealous of your talents.

    • http://findingourwaynow.flywheelsites.com/ Susan Cooper

      Thanks Bindu, and I am of yours my friend.

  • Liz

    This sounds like a beautiful choice. I do believe I have seen it here, so I will double check and let you know how it tickled the pallett. Makulu Iswithi Pinotage is one of my anytime sipping wines. Hope you can give it a try too.

    • http://findingourwaynow.flywheelsites.com/ Susan Cooper

      Hi Liz, I hope you are able to locate it and can’t wait to hear your thoughts. I will definitely check out Makulu Iswithi Pinotage and do a review. :-)))

  • http://www.Empower2Go.com Martin Casper

    Interesting way to preserver the cuttings. It would be interesting to know more about why potatoes worked. Were they the only thing available? Was it because they are a starch? Is their make-up protective in nature?

    • http://findingourwaynow.flywheelsites.com/ Susan Cooper

      Hi Martin, It was the only thing available. Potatoes have a great deal of moisture that hold that moisture for a long time. As far as the rest of it, it would be an interesting thing to research. :-)

  • http://twitter.com/JeriWB Jeri Walker-Bickett

    That’s what I love most about Pinot Noir; it can be paired with almost any dish.

    • http://findingourwaynow.flywheelsites.com/ Susan Cooper

      Hi Jeri, You are so right. That is the beauty of a good Pinot Noir.

  • http://joannerambling.wordpress.com/ Jo-Anne

    Even though I am not a wine drinker I do like to read about wine and what you think of different ones

    • http://findingourwaynow.flywheelsites.com/ Susan Cooper

      Hi Jo-Ann, That’s great. It pleases me that you enjoy what I have to say about the different wines. :-)

  • Elizabeth Scott

    I have fallen in love with this winery because of your post. I am not an avid wine drinker but the photography and the passion that this winemaker portrays, makes me want to visit. I look forward to enjoying a glass of this wine.

    • http://findingourwaynow.flywheelsites.com/ Susan Cooper

      Hi Elizabeth, It is a lovely Pinot noir and one you will very much enjoy. :-)

  • http://twitter.com/Craftyandbeast Patrick Huff

    They certainly were pioneers. I admire that.

    • http://findingourwaynow.flywheelsites.com/ Susan Cooper

      Hi Patrick, They were and me too! :-)

  • Jennifer Woodard

    Susan,

    I am not a wine drinker myself, wish I were. I love the history that you give about the wine, interesting story. I have considered developing an interest in wine, but it hasn’t happened as of yet.

    .Great job,
    Jenn

    • http://findingourwaynow.flywheelsites.com/ Susan Cooper

      Hi Jennifer, Not everyone does. For me, the wine and wine stories are really interesting and fun. That said, you have made my day by telling me enjoy what I share. :-)

  • Julie

    This does sound like a nice wine. I do love the label.

  • Jamie Gall

    Absolutely love Mirassou and their wine. David Mirassou is so nice, gracious, and fun to talk to. Will be buying their wine for years to come

    • http://findingourwaynow.flywheelsites.com/ Susan Cooper

      Hi Jamie, I very much agree with you. I too will be buying this wine, now and in the future. :-)

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