Regular readers will know that Kermit Lynch is one of my wine heroes. A staunch defender of small, traditional French winemakers, Kermit has been importing great wines for years, and selling them out of his shop in Berekeley. He hasn't sprung for a full e-commerce experience yet, but you can get his charming newsletters online now, which are definitely worth checking out if you aren't familiar with them. Visit his site here.
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