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Decanter Nov 2018

 

The November edition of Decanter is out. And we've 20 or so of the featured, rated wines, so we have. And there's a few well-priced autumnal nuggets to be had.

The full selection available from this month's edition appears at the foot of this page.

For our full, filter-able list (by price, organic/biodynamic, overnight delivery etc) of over 330 Decanter-rated wines from the last two years, please click here

The two main, blind-tasted panel reviews are

  • Value Red Burgundy (which is to say, less than £25 a bottle ... such is the apparent definition of 'affordable' red Burgundy these days); and
  • South African Cabernet Sauvignon.

Like last month's South America special, this is alas an edition thin on Exceptionals and Outstandings, and there are none in these two panel tastings. This might not be an entire surprise: there's a good reason why most South African Cab Sauv is married with other grape varieties (normally as a Bordeaux blend) and we know of old that 95-point scores in Burgundy can - but, honestly, seldom are - achieved by wines at lower price points (indeed, Pinot Noir, as an overall class, never fares that well - a combination of finicky grapes and fickle judges, we might respectfully submit).

That said, there are some very fine Highly Recommendeds in both reviews: the 2016 Burgundy harvest was much hit by frost, but this primarily reduced quantity rather than quality and, whilst arguably not of the very highest order, South African Cab Sauv is highly consistent (there are 30+ scoring 90 points or more across no fewer than five vintages).

What do we have?

Well, for starters, the top-scoring Burgundy (one of only two to land 94 points) from Chateau de Santenay, which we have at a UK-best £22.50. This, a 2016 commune/village-level Mercurey from the Cote Chalonaise, is no great surprise either - the Chateau's Premier Cru Mercurey was a Best in Category at the 2017 DWWAs. We have only 120 bottles available (we may be able to secure more soon, but cannot be certain) so it's worth moving quickly, although there is plenty of the 2015 vintage (which, as we know, was a fine year - but the 2015 was not submitted to the panel).

Chateau de Santenay

Mercurey (rouge) 2016

£22.50

Further down the listing, and providing the best value in it, is the 90-point £12.55 Domaine de Monterrain Macon-Serrigny 2015, which exposes an oddity in the review ... which is that not all of the red Burgundies are Pinot Noir. This, being a red 'Macon-something', is a Gamay. It's not everyone's tasse de thé, Gamay, but if it's yours, this is a very fine, tradtionally-fermented version from a great vintage at a great, great price. Among more typical Bourgogne AC fare, we also have the 90-point Boisset Les Ursulines 2016 at £18.

Pick of the South Africans - 95% of which hail from Stellenbosch - is the 93-point Strydom Rex, a big, bold, beautiful and unmistakably New World Cabernet. At £19 a bottle, we'd also point out the two entries from Thelema, those ultra-consistent producers of high-scoring, Decanter favourites: the 2015 lands 92 points and the 2014, 90.

There's also some super wines hidden away in the main features of the magazine: 

  • There's an article on Australia's Adelaide Hills region, and Shaw + Smith - producers of the famous/brilliant M3 Chardonnay - see their marvellous 2015 Shiraz clock 95 points - some wine, this, at £23;

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Chateau de Santenay Mercurey Rouge (Vielles Vignes) 2016 (1x75cl)

** SAT 20 OCT, 8am - SADLY, SOLD OUT AGAIN **

** See also Chateau de Santenay's excellent Premier Cru Mercurey - rated as a DWWA 2017 Best in Category - and the 2015 vintage of this same village-level wine **

Awarded 94 points and Highly Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their November 2018 edition tasting of Best Buy Red Burgundy (see blue link below).

Chateau De Santenay Mercurey Rouge (Vielles Vignes) 2016 - Nov 2018 Decanter review

NB: Decanter have titled this wine Vielles Vignes, this being a term that is not obviously used by Chateau de Santenay in their description or naming. We assure you that this wine is the Decanter-reviewed one - a quick check on the producer website should assure and, as you can see, the VV term appears on the label of the bottles we receive!

This magnificent property, which dates back to the 9th century, is also known as Château Philippe le Hardi, as it was once owned by the first Duc of Burgundy. Despite its long history, the property had fallen on hard times until it was taken over by the French bank Crédit Agricole in recent years. They have invested heavily, bringing in a new team to support the general manager, Gérard Fagnoni, and putting the emphasis on quality. The property has 98 hectares of vineyard, 72 of which are in Mercurey. These are remarkably well made and good value wines from the Côte d'Or and Côte Chalonnaise.

The property has 98 hectares of vineyards, 72 of which are in Mercurey. The soils are rich in clay, but the limestone is still very present as well as some areas of marl. These characteristics give the red wines of Mercurey power and a beautiful structure.

Most of the fruit from their vineyards was hand harvested. On arrival at the winery, the grapes were cold soaked for seven days at 8°C to extract colour and flavour from the skins. Temperature controlled fermentation lasted 12 to 14 days with daily pumping over, finishing with a rack and return, or délestage, to impart the grainy tannins that give the wines a lovely structure and length. The wine was then aged in oak barrels for 13 months, of which 20% were new, before being bottled in January 2017.

Dark ruby in colour, this wine is bright and lifted with excellent concentration. the nose is elegant with aromas of ripe red fruit including cherries and a touch of oak. The palate is full with great structure and an attractive chewy and grainy character. The finish is long and fresh.

** WE HAVE A NEW ALLOWANCE OF THIS WINE. IT IS NOT IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE BUT WE EXPECT TO BE ABLE TO HAVE THIS WITH CUSTOMERS BY 30TH OCTOBER. WE HAVE (RELUCTANTLY) LIMITED AMOUNTS AVAILABLE TO 12 BOTTLES PER CUSTOMER. ** 

£22.50

Chateau de Santenay Mercurey Rouge (Vielles Vignes) 2015 (1x75cl)

See also Chateau de Santenay's excellent Premier Cru Mercurey - rated as a DWWA 2017 Best in Category.

The (short-on-supply) 2016 vintage was awarded 94 points and Highly Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their November 2018 edition tasting of Best Buy Red Burgundy (see blue link below). The 2015 vintage is also excellent (better?) but was not submitted for test.

Chateau De Santenay Mercurey Rouge (Vielles Vignes) 2016 - Nov 2018 Decanter review

NB: Decanter have titled this wine Vielles Vignes, this being a term that is not obviously used by Chateau de Santenay in their description or naming. We assure you that this wine is the Decanter-reviewed one - a quick check on the producer website should assure and, as you can see, the VV term appears on the label of the bottles we receive.

This magnificent property, which dates back to the 9th century, is also known as Château Philippe le Hardi, as it was once owned by the first Duc of Burgundy. Despite its long history, the property had fallen on hard times until it was taken over by the French bank Crédit Agricole in recent years. They have invested heavily, bringing in a new team to support the general manager, Gérard Fagnoni, and putting the emphasis on quality. The property has 98 hectares of vineyard, 72 of which are in Mercurey. These are remarkably well made and good value wines from the Côte d'Or and Côte Chalonnaise.

The property has 98 hectares of vineyards, 72 of which are in Mercurey. The soils are rich in clay, but the limestone is still very present as well as some areas of marl. These characteristics give the red wines of Mercurey power and a beautiful structure.

Most of the fruit from their vineyards was hand harvested. On arrival at the winery, the grapes were cold soaked for seven days at 8°C to extract colour and flavour from the skins. Temperature controlled fermentation lasted 12 to 14 days with daily pumping over, finishing with a rack and return, or délestage, to impart the grainy tannins that give the wines a lovely structure and length. The wine was then aged in oak barrels for 13 months, of which 20% were new, before being bottled in January 2017.

Dark ruby in colour, this wine is bright and lifted with excellent concentration. the nose is elegant with aromas of ripe red fruit including cherries and a touch of oak. The palate is full with great structure and an attractive chewy and grainy character. The finish is long and fresh.

£22.50

Domaine de Monterrain, Macon-Serrieres 2015 (1x75cl)

Awarded 90 points and Highly Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their November 2018 edition tasting of Best Buy Red Burgundy (see blue link below).

Domaine De Monterrain, Macon-Serrieres 2015 - Nov 2018 Decanter review

Domaine de Monterrain is a small domaine owned by the Ferret family. This domaine has been passed down from father to son for over 5 generations. Patrick and Martine Ferret are the current owners and take great pride in tending their 10 hectares of hillside vineyards situated around the village of Serrières in the Saône et Loire. 9 hectares of vines are planted with Gamay and, as a new venture, 1 hectare was planted in 2003 with Chardonnay grapes. Harvesting is carried out manually. The Ferret family takes great pride in its Mâcon Serrières which is produced in an easy drinking style typical of the area.

The vines are grown in granitic soil, which warms up quickly and retains the heat well. The soil's high levels of acidity works to minimise the acid levels in the grapes, which works well with acidic varieties like Gamay.

The grapes were harvested at optimum maturity levels. Fermentation took place in temperature controlled vats, preserving the integrity of the primary aromas and the nuances of the terroir from which it hails. Following the fermentation, the wine was then left to mature in tank for a minimum of six months prior to being bottled.

An easy drinking style of wine made from the Gamay grape. Light bodied and fresh, with notes of spice and minerality leading to a dry finish. A great match with cold meats, garlicky stuffed mushrooms, roasts and mild cheeses such as Brie and Pont l'Evêque.

£12.55

Jean-Claude Boisset Bourgogne Pinot Noir Les Ursulines 2017 (1x 75cl)

The 2017 vintage was awarded 90 points and Highly Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their November 2018 edition tasting of Best Buy Red Burgundy (see blue link below).

Jean-Claude Boisset Bourgogne Pinot Noir Les Ursulines 2017 - Nov 2018 Decanter review

Jean-Claude Boisset was radically transformed with the arrival in 2002 of viniculteur Grégory Patriat, one of the best viticulturalists / winemakers of his generation in Burgundy. Grégory had spent the previous three years working in the vineyards at Domaine Leroy and still spends a great deal of his time in the vineyards, paying his growers by the hectare in order to ensure low yields. He also prefers to work with organic growers, as he finds they produce better fruit. Unlike other Burgundian négociants, Grégory specialises in making wines from 'lieu-dits' or tiny plots of vines, something which accounts for the limited production of most of his wines.

The fruit for this wine comes from old vines, all from the Côte de Nuits, which ensures that the quality of the blend is far higher than that of a standard Bourgogne. The vineyard management here is stringent and uses specific techniques to control yields, guaranteeing good concentration of flavours in the grapes. These techniques include debudding, cluster thinning, little or no use of fertiliser and environmentally-friendly vine protection.

The grapes were hand harvested using small 20kg crates. Sorting took place in the vineyards and then again on the sorting table upon arrival to the winery. Grapes were 100% destalked but not crushed and put into vats using gravity. Total maceration lasted for 23 days including one week cold maceration at 12°C to develop aroma and good colour, with pigeages (punching down of the cap) when necessary. Fermentation took place with indigenous yeasts. The wine was aged for 14 months on the lees without racking off, in French oak barrels (10% new oak). The wine was lightly filtered but unfined and bottled using gravity.

A fresh, great value Burgundy with lovely roundness. The nose is aromatic and inviting with notes of fresh raspberries and hints of black pepper. The freshness continues through to the palate with more red fruits and lovely supple tannins.

£18.05

Strydom Rex Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 (1x75cl)

Awarded 93 points and Highly Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their November 2018 edition panel tasting of South African Cabernet Sauvignon (see blue link below).

Strydom Rex Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 - Nov 2018 Decanter review

Since 2006 Rianie Strydom and her husband Louis Strydom have proved themselves to be highly acclaimed winemakers at the Haskell and Ernie Els estates. In 2006 they acquired their own vineyards. They wanted to experiment and they had a dream to one day produce their own wine. They have now succeeded – and what a success and celebration of great wine it is. Rianie Strydom says “Our logo explains what we stand for. Family, strength, tenacity and reaching for the stars; relentlessly pursuing excellence in winemaking and life."

This wine is made using 100% Cabernet Sauvignon. It is matured for 18 months in French oak, 40% of which is new.

The Rex is a full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon with flavours of red cherries, cassis and hints of tobacco. There is great balance between the wood and fruit. This wine is a masterpiece in expressing the royal nature of the Cabernet Sauvignon grape.

£25.50

Thelema Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 (1x75cl)

Awarded 92 points and Highly Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their November 2018 edition panel tasting of South African Cabernet Sauvignon (see blue link below)...

Thelema Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 - Nov 2018 Decanter review

... with additional comments from one of the most impressed judges (see blue link below).

Thelema Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 - Nov 2018 Decanter individual comment

Gyles Webb bought Thelema, a charming dilapidated fruit farm, in 1983 with the help of his wife’s family. Fruit orchards were pulled out and vines were planted. The manor house was restored and the first wines under the Thelema label were released in 1988. The terroir of the area in combination with Gyles Webb’s wine making style result in flavourful, flamboyant, complex and long-lasting wines with a distinctive South African character. In 2000, Gyles moved into the role of cellar master and handed over the winemaking duties to the talented Rudi Schultz.

For the full data sheet and technical information from the winemakers themselves, click the blue link below.

Thelema Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 - fiche technique

£18.85

Raymond Vineyards, Reserve Selection, Napa Valley, Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 (1x75cl)

Awarded 91 points and Highly Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their April 2018 edition review of 2014 Californian Cabernet Sauvignon (see blue link below).

Raymond Reserve CS 2014 - April 2018 Decanter review

The yet-to-be-released-in-the-UK 2015 vintage was awarded 90 points and Highly Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their November 2018 edition review of 2015 Californian Cabernet Sauvignon (see blue link below).

Raymond Reserve CS 2015 - Nov 2018 Decanter review

Raymond Vineyards, founded in 1970, is one of the Napa Valley’s pioneering estates. The Raymond family arrived in Napa in 1933 and have become deeply connected to the valley’s winemaking origins. In 1970, they established a 36 hectare estate in Rutherford, which now comprises 121 hectares in Rutherford, St. Helena and Jameson Canyon. Raymond’s Rutherford and St. Helena estate vineyards are certified organic and biodynamic; and 100% of the winery’s power comes from renewable solar energy. Five generations of the Raymond family have created a Napa icon, with an enduring reputation for elegant wines with a beautiful balance of finesse, opulence and complexity.

In honour of the Raymond family’s first harvest in 1974, 40 years of exceptional wines are celebrated with the 2014 Napa Valley Reserve Selection Cabernet Sauvignon. The 2014 vintage in Napa Valley was one of the earliest harvested vintages in years. A warm spring led to early bud break and created the perfect environment for flowering and fruit set. With warm days and cool nights, the ideal balance of acidity with optimum, bright fruit flavours was achieved.

The grapes for the Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon were sourced from the vineyards in Rutherford and St. Helena, as well as select nearby growers. The estate vineyards are located on gravelly alluvial fan soils with good drainage, necessary for growing excellent quality Cabernet Sauvignon. The vineyards are diligently monitored throughout the growing season to balance the crop size and quality. Shoot thinning and leaf removal early in the growing season, followed by cluster thinning at véraison, help to achieve evenly ripened grapes with concentrated flavours.

This wine spent between 21 and 63 days on the skins, then was aged for 19 months in 100% French oak, of which 30% was new. The balance was aged in twice and thrice used French oak. The final blend includes a small proportion of additional varieties for added depth and complexity. The wine was bottled unfiltered, contributing greater texture and presence to the mid palate.

The 40th Anniversary 2014 Reserve Selection Cabernet Sauvignon opens with fresh aromas of cherry, candied violet and red fruits with a touch of sandalwood and maple. Enveloping on the palate with flavours of blackcurrant and cocoa nibs this wine is juicy with melting tannins and a kiss of minerality on the finish. Serving Suggestion A great match with roast pork tenderloin or hearty pasta dishes.

£34.50

Carrick Bannockburn Pinot Noir 2015 (1x 75cl)

Awarded 93 points and Highly Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their November 2018 regional profile of NZ's Central Otago  (see blue link below).

Carrick Bannockburn Pinot Noir 2015 - Nov 2018 Decanter review

Carrick has always been about place. The name derives from the gold mining town and the mountain range to which Carrick looks. The wines are of Central Otago and its subregion, Bannockburn. Carrick's own vineyards are nestled around the winery and every effort is made to allow the wines to express their place and their providence. 

Vibrant fruit with fragrant aromatics are the hallmarks of this wine. The vintage was a little light with red fruits to the fore. The wine shows texture and a lingering finish.

To see the winemaker's notes for this wine please click on the blue link below.

Carrick Bannockburn Pinot Noir 2015 - fiche technique

£28.40

Prophet's Rock Cuvee Aux Antipodes Pinot Noir 2015 (1x75cl)

Awarded 94 points and Highly Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their November 2018 regional profile of NZ's Central Otago  (see blue link below).

Prophet's Rock Cuvee Aux Antipodes Pinot Noir 2015 - Nov 2018 Decanter review

Founded in 1999 by Mike and Angela Mulvey, Prophet’s Rock is one of New Zealand’s most exciting producers, creating premium, artisan wines in Central Otago. Committed to showcasing the characteristics of their vineyard sites in the Pisa and Bendigo sub-regions, their vineyard-focused approach combined with minimal intervention in the winery, is creating world class wines of great structure, elegance and complexity, with considerable ageing potential. Taking its name from a prominent local landmark in Central Otago, named after pioneering goldminer ‘Bob Prophet’, the winery is a beacon of quality winemaking in the region thanks to its world renowned winemaker Paul Pujol. 

The Cuvée Aux Antipodes is the meeting of two winemakers from the two hemispheres, Paul Pujol and François Millet. The Old and the New World seemingly so distant, join here in a human and winemaking adventure with a common passion for Pinot Noir and the beauty of its terroirs.

The grapes were sourced from the Home Vineyard which is located on a high-elevation, steep glacial terrace in the Bendigo sub-region of Central Otago. This stunning site has clay and pedogenic lime soil, featuring schist and quartz.

Cellaring will reward collectors over the next 10+ years from vintage.

£70.30

Shaw + Smith Shiraz 2015 (1x75cl)

Awarded 95 points and Outstanding status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their November 2018 article on Australia's Adelaide Hills (see blue link below).

Shaw + Smith Shiraz 2015 - Nov 2018 Decanter review

Established in 1989 by Martin Shaw and Michael Hill Smith MW, Shaw + Smith's aim is to make contemporary, high quality wines that stand among the best of their type in Australia. The wines are made exclusively from fruit grown in the Adelaide Hills, one of Australia's coolest and most exciting regions. Shaw + Smith specialise in grape varieties suited to cooler climates, such as Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, and also make fantastic wines from Shiraz and Pinot Noir.

The fruit was sourced from vineyards in the warmer, drier parts of the Adelaide Hills, notably Macclesfield and from low yielding vineyards in Balhannah, near the Shaw and Smith winery. Soils here are shallow red/brown loam over schist and clay. The vines are planted at a density of 2,700 - 5,500 vines per hectare and are hand pruned with vertical shoot positioned canopies. Low yields of two kilos per vine were achieved by aggressive pruning and pre-harvest bunch thinning.

2015 was a remarkable vintage. Above average winter rainfall ensured a good start to the growing season, while warm weather in late December/early January was moderated by useful rain on the 13th of January. The season concluded with mild, steady conditions and delivered fruit of wonderful quality to the winery.

The grapes were hand picked and fermented as a combination of whole berries and whole bunches in open fermenters, with gentle plunging and minimal working. The wine was aged in French oak for fourteen months, of which one third was new.

The 2015 vintage is true to style with particular opulence and generosity: a reflection of an excellent warm yet even season. It is a medium bodied wine with vibrant fruit and spice.

£23.30

Framingham Pinot Gris 2016 (1x75cl)

Awarded 91 points and Highly Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their November 2018 article on Sweetness in Wine (see blue link below).

Framingham Pinot Gris 2016 - Nov 2018 Decanter review

Awarded 88 points and Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their September 2018 edition panel tasting of "Alternative" New Zealand Whites (not Sauvignon Blanc or Chardonnay) (see blue link below)...

Framingham Pinot Gris 2016 - Sept 2018 Decanter review

Please click the blue link below to see Framingham's excellent information and tasting note for this wine.

Framingham Pinot Gris 2016 - fiche technique

Rich gold in colour, this wine delights with mellow aromatics, which are reminiscent of pear, apple, quince, dough and cream, with a touch of wood smoke. On the palate, generous flavours of baked apple, quince, cream, nuts and pastry. The intense, complex and rich palate balances acidity with good weight and a silky texture, culminating in a spicy, leesy finish.

£14.50

Ovum Wines Off The Grid 2016 (1x75cl)

Awarded 92 points and Highly Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their November 2018 article on Sweetness in Wine (see blue link below).

Ovum Wines Off The Grid 2016 - Nov 2018 Decanter review

Awarded 91 points and Highly Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their September 2016 Buyer's Guide to Dry Riesling (see blue link below)

Ovum Off the Grid 2014 - Sep 2016 Decanter review

Founded in 2011 by John House and Ksenija Kostic House, Ovum was born out of the realization that Riesling in Oregon has similar qualities one would find in world class growing regions.  We set out to discover if our belief was indeed a reality, which meant producing wines that draw from all regions in Oregon. This diversity is necessary to discovering terroir through the conduit of Riesling.  Our low intervention production method is a commitment to letting the vintage and vineyard come through, for better or worse.  Native ferments, no subtractions or additions, except for SO2 - extended lees contact 8-9 months, for textural complexity. All of this is done in neutral barrels of acacia and oak, as well as cement egg. 

At Ovum, each wine is produced the same way - if the wine smells and tastes different it has everything to do with the time and place, and little to do with the winemaker.  Our hope is that through this minimal handling, and honest technique, we produce an old fashion wine in the modern world.  

Smoky mineral, salty wet rock, yellow plum. Incredibly light for 12.5%, seemingly bone dry with delineated acid.  Think Wachau Smaragd Riesling from a cool vintage.

£23.55

Trimbach Riesling Cuvee Frederic Emile 2010 (1x 75cl)

Awarded 95 points and Outstanding status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their November 2018 article on Sweetness in Wine (see blue link below).

Trimbach Riesling Cuvee Frederic Emile 2010  - Nov 2018 Decanter review

This wine was named after Frédéric Emile who became famous for providing a new guarantee of quality and authenticity for Trimbach in 1898. The prestigious signature wine of the house, the “Cuvée Frédéric Emile” is highly prized by connoisseurs and collectors.

The south and south-east facing Ribeauvillé terroirs and Grand Crus of Geisberg and Osterberg which overlook the Trimbach winery have been the source of this wine for several generations. Trimbach took the bold decision of not mentioning the Grand Cru on the label back in the 70’s. Today, Cuvée Frédéric Emile is considered a benchmark of Grand Crus Riesling even though the label does not state the names of the vineyards. 

The average age of the vines, 45 years, results in limited yields. The marl-limestone-sandstone and fossil-flecked Muschelkalk composition of the terroir, as well as the beautifully ripe grapes selected and harvested at the end of October lend this wine a remarkable personality: a dry and powerful Riesling, underlined by a mineral note and firm ripe acidity.

This wine pairs well with gourmet foods, particularly quality fish, caviar, and fine white meats.  “Cuvée Frédéric Emile” vintages age for at least twenty years.

£38.50

Gusbourne Guinevere barrel-aged Chardonnay 2014 (1x 75cl)

Awarded 93 points and Highly Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their November 2018 article on English still wines (see blue link below).

Gusbourne Guinevere Barrel-Aged Chardonnay 2014 - Nov 2018 Decanter review

For a full description of this wine, we would direct you to the data sheet/fiche technique from Gusbourne themselves (click blue link below)

Gusbourne Guinevere 2014 barrel-aged Chardonnay - fiche technique

£25.00
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