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Fred's best bet: Wine fit for an Egyptian god

    Andrew Lampasone is speaking very highly of a couple of cult wines from Australia he has in his Wine Watch shop in Fort Lauderdale. They’re called Amon-Ra, after the King of all Gods in Egyptian mythology.
    · 2005 Amon-Ra Godolphin, Barossa Valley, 80 percent shiraz from 85-year-old vines, 20 percent cabernet sauvignon from 60-year-old vines; list $68.75, sale $60.50.
    · 2005 Amon-Ra Shiraz, Barossa Valley, 100 percent shiraz from 100-year-old vines.
    Check them out at www.winewatch.com


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