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California's Great Reds
In Search of the Perfect California Cabernet
Posted: June 1, 1993
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By the way, I don't miss long-boarding, and I'm just as happy things turned out this way. When I moved from San Diego, I gave my "log" to my next-door neighbor, a real hot-dog surfer. He had always marveled at its size and could never believe they ever made surfboards that big. But then, I taught him everything he knew about wine. My guess is that he's still searching for the perfect wave; but then, I'm still in quest of perfect Cabernets.
James Laube is a senior editor of The Wine Spectator and is the author of California's Great Cabernets.
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