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Robert Parker On Charlie Rose: The Transcript

The worlds most influential wine critic, Robert M. Parker, Jr. appeared on Charlie Rose recently for a good amount of time. The transcript to the interview has been posted on the bulletin boards of Parker's web site, and is an interesting read for those who follow the movements of The Nose or those who want to learn more about him.

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Noah wrote:
02.21.05 at 9:04 AM

I think this is the second time on Charlie Rose. I've got it TIVOd and am going to watch it tonight. Did you happen to see the first time he was on?


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