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alicefeiring
Wine writer. Author: Dirty Guide to Wine, For the Love of Wine, Naked Wine and Battle for Wine and Love, as well as The Feiring Line, the real wine newsletter.
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alicefeiring 9h
Collins has a made a true to form statement that allows for wiggle room. She doesn’t think it’s right but she didn’t say that she would not vote.
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alicefeiring 11h
Long Beach, LI boardwalk. Heavily populated and about 10% mask wearers.
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Adam Parkhomenko 23h
Lindsey Graham says this video doesn’t exist but here it is and we are all retweeting it.
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alicefeiring Sep 18
Replying to @mmfa
Harpies
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alicefeiring Sep 18
I was being ironic.
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alicefeiring Sep 17
Replying to @pmabray @megmaker and 2 others
Oh why do t you to just go straight to Finnegan’s Wake?
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alicefeiring Sep 16
Over 50? As if that was a strange thing?
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alicefeiring Sep 11
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alicefeiring Sep 9
Replying to @pete_wells
Sukkah Season. Good title.
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Adam Parkhomenko Sep 8
It took only 16 minutes for twitter to label this new ad as sensitive content. Please retweet it far and wide.
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alicefeiring Sep 8
Replying to @ModFarm
And Georgian!
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Aaron Ayscough Sep 5
narrator: “they were all the same wine.”
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alicefeiring Sep 5
thanks! I was selfishly hoping I got the chance to work on this piece.
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alicefeiring Sep 4
And I'm tired of tasting paper.
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Anthony Wilson Sep 4
Re: my father: I think that there are still many people who consider themselves to be in the know who aren't even aware of his work, and I hope the coming years bring growing interest, both by individuals and the academy, to help him get recognition that he deserves.
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alicefeiring Sep 4
Replying to @A_Ayscough
❤️ muscadet.
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alicefeiring Sep 4
Replying to @A_Ayscough
It’s unclear to me how slavery was part of the wine economy. Probably for the wealthiest but bordeaux and Nantes ports were shipping points for crossing the Atlantic.
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alicefeiring Sep 4
Replying to @A_Ayscough
Nantes was the major slave port in France. Much more important in slave trade than Bordeaux.
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alicefeiring Sep 4
Replying to @A_Ayscough
But what about the precious stash of Muscadet?
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Lisa Donoughe Sep 4
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