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What do you look for when you’re picking out a wine?

Hints of tobacco, notes of ripe cherry and dried currant, and a great mouth feel.
Something that’s cheap, so I won’t feel guilty after drinking the whole bottle.
A great label with an artistic touch and keen descriptors always gets me.
I don’t care, just hand over the box.

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The following article was posted on February 20th, 2013, in the New Times - Volume 27, Issue 30 [ Submit a Story ]
The following articles were printed from New Times [newtimesslo.com] - Volume 27, Issue 30

Avoid flat lining

Maria Hooper - Atascadero

In response to Roberta Fonzi’s concern about the word Atascadero being “hard to read” in the newly suggested logo (“Welcome to the Heart of the Central Coast,” Feb. 14), I ask, “Where were you when the Chamber of Commerce put up the freeway welcome sign as you approach the city from the north?”

You can only read “Atascadero” if you know what it’s supposed to say.

If Atascadero is the “Heart of the Central Coast,” I suggest you have bypass surgery.