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  • Elaine Chukan Brown
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  • Elaine Chukan Brown
1 May 2018

At the end of last year Jason Lett of Eyrie in the Willamette Valley and I sat down for lunch. He brought with him two bottles to taste, both a bit of a risk because of their age, but they were chosen partially for that reason. I'd told him I wanted to talk about the ageability of Willamette Valley wine so he selected two very old…