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Grape Collective Points of view. Not points. Points of View. Not Points. Grape Collective launched in 2013 to offer compelling stories about wines and the people who make them.

Our columnists include experienced wine journalists like Dorothy Gaiter, John Brecher and Monty Waldin. But Grape Collective isn’t just another wine magazine stuffed with plaudits and point scores. We take a different tack. Our writers choose the wineries, winemakers, regions, and wines they're driven to write about, telling us why each wine matters. And then we source those wines to make them eas

Our columnists include experienced wine journalists like Dorothy Gaiter, John Brecher and Monty Waldin. But Grape Collective isn’t just another wine magazine stuffed with plaudits and point scores. We take a different tack. Our writers choose the wineries, winemakers, regions, and wines they're driven to write about, telling us why each wine matters. And then we source those wines to make them eas

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9 Women Who Changed the Wine World"Two of the great loves in Dorothy Gaiter’s life—her husband, journalist John Brecher,...
10/27/2022
9 Women Who Changed the Wine World

9 Women Who Changed the Wine World
"Two of the great loves in Dorothy Gaiter’s life—her husband, journalist John Brecher, and wine—converged at pretty much the same time. In the early 1970s, Gaiter and Breacher were working in the newsroom of the Miami Herald, where the city editor often assigned them to work together on weekends. Brecher was reading a book about wine, and the two would peruse it as they sat “shoulder to shoulder” at work. “For us, it was love at first sight,” Gaiter says."

In an industry long dominated by men, women are making meaningful inroads, but their journey is far from over. Here are nine women who’ve changed the world of wine—and are boosting the female leaders to come. The post 9 Women Who Changed the Wine World appeared first on Worth.

Do wine and food pairings work? Read  latest at GrapeCollective.com banner by
10/25/2022

Do wine and food pairings work? Read latest at GrapeCollective.com banner by

The Ultimate Wine-Food Pairing Guide (or Not)"Major League pitcher Joaquin Andujar is widely credited with saying, “You ...
10/21/2022
The Ultimate Wine-Food Pairing Guide (or Not)

The Ultimate Wine-Food Pairing Guide (or Not)
"Major League pitcher Joaquin Andujar is widely credited with saying, “You can sum up the game of baseball in one word: you never know.” As we near the season when people start getting especially nervous about the “perfect” wine pairing with this dish or that meal, we’d urge you to keep that one word in mind." Dorothy Gaiter John Brecher

The Ultimate Wine-Food Pairing Guide (or Not)

Giusi Murabito on Etna's Agricultural Diversity"The diversity is also related to all the influences that we have experie...
10/20/2022
Giusi Murabito on Etna's Agricultural Diversity

Giusi Murabito on Etna's Agricultural Diversity
"The diversity is also related to all the influences that we have experienced in so many years of invasions and sharing of different ideas and opinions arriving from Spain, from France, from northern Italy as well. "

Giusi Murabito on Etna's Agricultural Diversity

Tis the season! 👻 🎃 Come grab fun treats 🍬 at the Montclair location to get you in a spooktacular mood with  ‘Orangette’...
10/14/2022

Tis the season! 👻 🎃 Come grab fun treats 🍬 at the Montclair location to get you in a spooktacular mood with ‘Orangette’ from their Piquette Project and Mimolette 12 mois D’Affinage Vieille!

From Morehouse to MS - Chris Gaither’s unique wine journey by  read at GrapeCollective.com banner by
10/14/2022

From Morehouse to MS - Chris Gaither’s unique wine journey by read at GrapeCollective.com banner by

Repost from Dorothy J. Gaiter John Brecher]•Posted  •  One of the greatest pleasures of this trip to South Africa was ge...
10/13/2022

Repost from Dorothy J. Gaiter John Brecher]

Posted • One of the greatest pleasures of this trip to South Africa was getting to spend time and get to know better the legendary couple Dorothy J. Gaiter John Brecher] - Dorothy Gaiter and John Brecher. Thanks for your kindness, curiosity, and companionship!
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  Richard Kershaw is one of the few Masters of Wine who makes his or her own wine and the only one in South Africa — and...
10/12/2022

Richard Kershaw is one of the few Masters of Wine who makes his or her own wine and the only one in South Africa — and he doesn't just make wine, he focuses on the right clone in the right soils of cool-climate Elgin, in the Western Cape. The modern wine industry here is still so young that people like Kershaw will long be remembered as pioneers who began to figure out what grows best where. If you see his wines, grab them. There's real passion in that bottle.

https://grapecollective.com/articles/from-morehouse-to-master-sommelier-chris-gaithers-journey-in-a-changing-wine-worldF...
10/10/2022
From Morehouse to Master Sommelier: Chris Gaither’s Journey in a Changing Wine World

https://grapecollective.com/articles/from-morehouse-to-master-sommelier-chris-gaithers-journey-in-a-changing-wine-world
From Morehouse to Master Sommelier: Chris Gaither’s Journey in a Changing Wine World By Dorothy Gaiter John Brecher
"Chris Gaither, 38, is only the fourth Black person in the world to earn the Master Sommelier diploma and his wife of seven years, Rebecca Fineman, 43, in 2017 became the 25th woman to attain the title of Master Sommelier in the Americas chapter."

From Morehouse to Master Sommelier: Chris Gaither’s Journey in a Changing Wine World

Wines of Crete  - Falling back to spring forward by  checkout the column at GrapeCollective.con banner by
10/07/2022

Wines of Crete - Falling back to spring forward by checkout the column at GrapeCollective.con banner by

What a photo!  and
10/06/2022

What a photo! and

https://grapecollective.com/articles/wines-of-crete-falling-back-to-spring-forwardWines of Crete: Falling Back to Spring...
10/06/2022
Wines of Crete: Falling Back to Spring Forward

https://grapecollective.com/articles/wines-of-crete-falling-back-to-spring-forward

Wines of Crete: Falling Back to Spring Forward
"Rather than planting more well known varietals that would sell easier on the international market, like Syrah and Sauvignon Blanc, these Renaissance men and women choose to plant indigenous grapes native to their lands, like Patchwork of olive groves and grape vinesVidiano and Liatiko. " By Brittney Abell

With a history dating back thousands of years, Cretans have been producing wine since the time of King Minos and the Minotaur.

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09/29/2022

Has your palate changed - take the test read new column at GrapeCollective.com banner by

Excited for fall!
09/28/2022

Excited for fall!

Great interview with  and  - the beauty of Piedmont
09/27/2022

Great interview with and - the beauty of Piedmont

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09/22/2022

Loire Valley Vintners are embracing organics by check it out on the website GrapeCollective.com banner art by

Loire Valley Vintners Are Embracing Organic Wine"There’s no way I would use chemical products that could hurt me or anyo...
09/22/2022
Loire Valley Vintners Are Embracing Organic Wine

Loire Valley Vintners Are Embracing Organic Wine
"There’s no way I would use chemical products that could hurt me or anyone else working in the vineyards. People in the office at conventional wineries often don’t consider the vineyard workers who are the ones exposed to dangerous products. When it’s yourself out there you think about it differently.” By Lisa Denning
https://grapecollective.com/articles/loire-valley-vintners-are-embracing-organic-wine

France is one of the leading countries of organic viticulture, with 17% of its vineyards being farmed organically as of 2020 (Beverage Daily), and that number is rising. French wine growers are reacting not only to market demand, but to what they are seeing in conventionally farmed vineyards where c

It’s Cava O’clock!! Come down to the Montclair location today to celebrate a world renown sparking and their cheeses to ...
09/17/2022

It’s Cava O’clock!! Come down to the Montclair location today to celebrate a world renown sparking and their cheeses to match! .do

Great to see Paola and Roberto  in New York - excited to have their wines at Grape Collective
09/16/2022

Great to see Paola and Roberto in New York - excited to have their wines at Grape Collective

Big, big week for us over at the Montclair location! From the 16th to the 23rd, we will be celebrating Discovery Cava we...
09/15/2022

Big, big week for us over at the Montclair location! From the 16th to the 23rd, we will be celebrating Discovery Cava week with an extra special celebration this Saturday, the 17th for the Annual Sidewalk Sale!! Come discover! .do

Lauverjat Menatou-Salon:A family battles historic forces by  check it out At GrapeCollective.com banner by
09/14/2022

Lauverjat Menatou-Salon:A family battles historic forces by check it out At GrapeCollective.com banner by

Lauverjat Menetou-Salon: A Family Battles Historic Forces; ‘We No Longer Have Seasons’"In a world of wines made by giant...
09/09/2022
Lauverjat Menetou-Salon: A Family Battles Historic Forces; ‘We No Longer Have Seasons’

Lauverjat Menetou-Salon: A Family Battles Historic Forces; ‘We No Longer Have Seasons’
"In a world of wines made by giant corporations and billionaires, it’s easy to forget that many winemakers today are still small farmers, families, and that winemaking is often a story of ordinary people struggling against overwhelming natural forces to create their art." Dorothy Gaiter John Brecher
https://grapecollective.com/articles/lauverjat-menetou-salon-a-family-battles-historic-forces-%E2%80%98we-no-longer-have-seasons

We tend to be skeptical of shortages – there is supposedly a Champagne shortage every holiday season, until there isn’t – but maybe the current talk of a Sancerre shortage will open the door a crack for consumers to try some other Loire wines, like Menetou-Salon, which can be red and rosé, fr...

Mario Paoluzi of  on rediscovering Mount Etna traditions - check it out at GrapeCollective.com banner by
09/08/2022

Mario Paoluzi of on rediscovering Mount Etna traditions - check it out at GrapeCollective.com banner by

Mario Paoluzi: Rediscovering Mount Etna's Traditions"Paoluzi teamed up with well-known and highly regarded oenologist Sa...
09/05/2022
Mario Paoluzi of I Custodi: Rediscovering Mount Etna's Traditions

Mario Paoluzi: Rediscovering Mount Etna's Traditions
"Paoluzi teamed up with well-known and highly regarded oenologist Salvo Foti to produce wines from Etna's indigenous grapes using traditional methods dating back centuries." I Custodi delle vigne dell'Etna
https://grapecollective.com/articles/mario-paoluzi-of-i-custodi-rediscovering-mount-etnas-traditions

Mario Paoluzi is the owner of I Custodi, an artisanal winery located on the northern slope of Mt. Etna in Sicily. I Custodi refers to themselves as the "keepers" or the "guardians" of Mt. Etna's vineyards. Their mission is to preserve the land and traditions of the region as well as to respect the p

 - It is about giving back  by  read at GrapeCollective.com banner by
09/02/2022

- It is about giving back by read at GrapeCollective.com banner by

Indigené Cellars: It’s All About Giving Back – and AmphorasRaymond Smith, owner of Indigené Cellars, a winery in Carmel ...
08/26/2022
Indigené Cellars: It’s All About Giving Back – and Amphoras

Indigené Cellars: It’s All About Giving Back – and Amphoras
Raymond Smith, owner of Indigené Cellars, a winery in Carmel Valley and a tasting room in Paso Robles has a story quite unlike any other we’ve heard over the years, featuring bottling lines, the value of mentors and even a soul food supper club for at-risk youth in San Francisco. By Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher
https://grapecollective.com/articles/indigene-cellars-its-all-about-giving-back-%E2%80%93-and-amphoras

Raymond Smith, owner of Indigené Cellars, with a winery in Carmel Valley and a tasting room in Paso Roble, he has a story quite unlike any other we’ve heard over the years, featuring bottling lines, the value of mentors and even a soul food supper club for at-risk youth in San Francisco.

An incredible wine journey from Hong Kong to  .winemaker.etna is making incredible natural wine with old vines at high a...
08/24/2022

An incredible wine journey from Hong Kong to .winemaker.etna is making incredible natural wine with old vines at high altitude - check it out at GrapeCollective.com banner by

Tyrion is smart, he drinks and he knows things! Grab a few last minute bottles and snacks before the House of Dragon pre...
08/21/2022

Tyrion is smart, he drinks and he knows things! Grab a few last minute bottles and snacks before the House of Dragon premiere tonight!

Taking risks and expanding the table read about  by  at GrapeCollective.com banner by
08/20/2022

Taking risks and expanding the table read about by at GrapeCollective.com banner by

Wine Writers’ Symposium: Taking Risks, Earning a Living and Expanding the TableRuth Reichl, food writer, eater, cook: “T...
08/13/2022
Wine Writers’ Symposium: Taking Risks, Earning a Living and Expanding the Table

Wine Writers’ Symposium: Taking Risks, Earning a Living and Expanding the Table
Ruth Reichl, food writer, eater, cook: “The things that are the most worth doing are the things that frighten you the most.”
https://grapecollective.com/articles/wine-writers-symposium-taking-risks-earning-a-living-and-expanding-the-table

Wine Writers’ Symposium: Taking Risks, Earning a Living and Expanding the Table

Small is beautiful on Etna.  on how the rapid growth on Etna has impacted small family producers. Check it out at GrapeC...
08/09/2022

Small is beautiful on Etna. on how the rapid growth on Etna has impacted small family producers. Check it out at GrapeCollective.con banner by

Produttori Etna Nord: On Mount Etna Small is Beautiful"My family, and that of Piero, the winemaker, and Giuseppe, starte...
08/06/2022
Produttori Etna Nord: On Mount Etna Small is Beautiful

Produttori Etna Nord: On Mount Etna Small is Beautiful
"My family, and that of Piero, the winemaker, and Giuseppe, started 150 years ago. You can see in our palmento Etneo. And of course, between the '70s and '90s everybody stopped going to Etna. So there wasn't big business." Davide Di Bello
https://grapecollective.com/articles/Produttori-Etna-Nord-On-Mount-Etna-Small-is-Beautiful

Produttori Etna Nord: On Mount Etna Small is Beautiful

🍷 & 🧀 tasting today at the Montclair location!  Valpolicella Superiore +  Manchego! We’ll be tasting today from 2pm to 7...
08/05/2022

🍷 & 🧀 tasting today at the Montclair location! Valpolicella Superiore + Manchego! We’ll be tasting today from 2pm to 7pm!

The Black Guy Wine Experience  - Packing 50 lives in 54 years by  banner by  read it at GrapeCollective.com
08/03/2022

The Black Guy Wine Experience - Packing 50 lives in 54 years by banner by read it at GrapeCollective.com

Who doesn’t like a bit of sunshine
07/30/2022

Who doesn’t like a bit of sunshine

The Black Wine Guy Experience: Packing 50 Lives into 54 Years"MJ Towler, host of the Black Wine Guy Experience podcast, ...
07/30/2022
The Black Wine Guy Experience: Packing 50 Lives into 54 Years

The Black Wine Guy Experience: Packing 50 Lives into 54 Years
"MJ Towler, host of the Black Wine Guy Experience podcast, had us on for Valentine’s Day and proved to be an extraordinarily fine interviewer. So we listened to other interviews he’d done and were impressed again and again." Dorothy Gaiter John Brecher
https://grapecollective.com/articles/The-Black-Wine-Guy-Experience-Packing-50-Lives-into-54-Years

The Black Wine Guy Experience: Packing 50 Lives into 54 Years

The challenges and rewards of making wine in England  - by  - check it out at grapecollective.com banner by
07/29/2022

The challenges and rewards of making wine in England - by - check it out at grapecollective.com banner by

Learning there’s a lot more to discover    .dourakis
07/28/2022

Learning there’s a lot more to discover .dourakis

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What is it like to visit Napa and Sonoma today? Here are some tips from a trip to celebrate our 43rd anniversary there, where we honeymooned. The best restaurant? Hard to beat a sandwich a local bottle of wine on a picnic. Our latest column at grapecollective.com! https://bit.ly/3EDUFHG Grape Collective
What is it like to visit Napa and Sonoma today? Here are some tips from a trip to celebrate our 43rd anniversary there, where we honeymooned. We also left with one unanswered question: Is mayo and mustard on every sandwich, even for breakfast, a thing in California? Our latest column at grapecollective.com! https://bit.ly/3EDUFHG Grape Collective Lang & Reed Napa Valley Bruliam Wines Cain Vineyard & Winery Corison Winery Napa Valley Vintners
We celebrated our 43rd wedding anniversary with old white wines at the incomparable Crabtree's Kittle House in Chappaqua, N.Y. We have written before https://bit.ly/3sxd1pb about our long-time love of older white wines, which develop a kind of wise personality that speaks to us. Kittle House has an amazing list of these, some at such reasonable prices that we can afford two (and an Uber) for a special occasion.
We started with 1999 Meursault from François d'Allaines (made when we'd already been married 20 years -- wow). At first, it looked like an orange wine and smelled as we'd expect, of pleasantly bracing oxidized orange peel, almonds and some underlying rich fruit. As the minutes passed, its transformation was amazing: It got lighter, in color and taste, with acidity coming to the fore, like lemon meringue. In time, it eased into a gorgeous, balanced wine (12.5 percent alcohol) that was so fetching we felt we were absorbing it into our very beings. It was the last bottle, the sommelier said.
We ordered a second Meursault, a 1997 Michel Picard Hospices de Beaune, that was a darker orange and smelled heavier, with a nose of sweet potato brown sugar that drips onto the bottom of the oven. We hoped it would lighten up like the first, but it never did. It just seems like an oakier, bigger wine even in its youth, grown into a pretty brawny old-timer. We enjoyed every moment of it.
Old whites are always a risk and you should never order one unless you have some idea what you're getting yourself into. For us, that's part of their appeal, the journey that awaits inside these special bottles, on this night, uniquely for us. They were our entertainment for the night. What a great tasting, great night and great 43 years and counting. Grape Collective
We celebrated our 43rd wedding anniversary with old white wines at the incomparable Crabtree's Kittle House in Chappaqua, N.Y. We have written before https://bit.ly/3sxd1pb about our long-time love of older white wines, which develop a kind of wise personality that speaks to us. Kittle House has an amazing list of these, some at such reasonable prices that we can afford two (and an Uber) for a special occasion.
We started with 1999 Meursault from François d'Allaines (made when we'd already been married 20 years -- wow). At first, it looked like an orange wine and smelled as we'd expect, of pleasantly bracing oxidized orange peel, almonds and some underlying rich fruit. As the minutes passed, its transformation was amazing: It got lighter, in color and taste, with acidity coming to the fore, like lemon meringue. In time, it eased into a gorgeous, balanced wine (12.5 percent alcohol) that was so fetching we felt we were absorbing it into our very beings. It was the last bottle, the sommelier said.
We ordered a second Meursault, a 1997 Michel Picard Hospices de Beaune, that was a darker orange and smelled heavier, with a nose of sweet potato brown sugar that drips onto the bottom of the oven. We hoped it would lighten up like the first, but it never did. It just seems like an oakier, bigger wine even in its youth, grown into a pretty brawny old-timer. We enjoyed every moment of it.
Old whites are always a risk and you should never order one unless you have some idea what you're getting yourself into. For us, that's part of their appeal, the journey that awaits inside these special bottles, on this night, uniquely for us. They were our entertainment for the night. What a great tasting, great night and great 43 years and counting. Grape Collective
"Sometimes you just fall in love with a wine, right? If it’s a magnum and it’s a Burgundy, that helps, but we’d guess most wine lovers remember a bottle – or two, or three – that they simply fell for, regardless of price or pedigree. That happened to us recently and here’s the story, which, like any good love story, has some angst in the middle but ultimately a happy ending." Our new column at grapecollective.com. https://bit.ly/3LSfHEY Grape Collective Bouchard Père & Fils
We tasted a white Burgundy and it touched us so deeply that we bought a magnum the next day. How did that work out for us? Our latest column at grapecollective.com! https://bit.ly/3LSfHEY Grape Collective Bouchard Père & Fils
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Hai già guardato le video presentazioni di alcuni dei giudici? Quest'anno tra gli oltre 70 giudici della giuria internazionale ci saranno 14 Panel Chairs. Qual è il loro ruolo?

I Panel Chairs decretano il punteggio dei vini dopo una attenta discussione con i propri colleghi del panel. Nel caso in cui i vini siano candidati per un punteggio di 90 o superiore, i Panel Chairs passeranno il testimone ai General Chairs, che proseguiranno nella valutazione.

I Panel Chairs di questa edizione sono: Sarah Abbott MW, Hayley Black IWE, Richard Kershaw MW, Christophe Heynen MW, Henry Davar IWE, Niklas Bergqvist IWE, Brandon Tebbe MS, Michael Garner, Stephen Brook, Yannick Benjamin, Christopher Barnes, Pietro Russo, Andrea Lonardi, Massimiliano Apollonio.

Per ulteriori dettagli in merito ai giudici della selezione, puoi consultare questa pagina del nostro sito: https://loom.ly/y-iEDtY
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Have you already watched the video presentations of some of the judges? This year, among more than 70 judges, there will be 14 Panel Chairs. What is their role?

The Panel Chairs decree the score of the wines after a careful discussion with their colleagues in the panel. The Panel Chairs will decide whether or not wines could be candidates for a score of 90 or higher, and then pass the evaluation to the General Chairs, who will continue with the evaluation.

The Panel Chairs of this edition are Sarah Abbott MW, Hayley Black IWE, Richard Kershaw MW, Christophe Heynen MW, Henry Davar IWE, Niklas Bergqvist IWE, Brandon Tebbe MS, Michael Garner, Stephen Brook, Yannick Benjamin, Christopher Barnes, Pietro Russo, Andrea Lonardi, Massimiliano Apollonio.

For further details on the judges of the selection, you can consult this page of our website: https://loom.ly/y-iEDtY

Sarah Abbott Hayley Black Christophe Heynen MW Niklas Bergqvist Brandon Tebbe Yannick Benjamin Grape Collective Andrea Lonardi Massimiliano Apollonio

Here Are the Names and Words You Will be Hearing in 2022 https://bit.ly/3IIgRBY by Grape Collective
Nella la sua intervista con noi durante wine2wine Business Forum 2021, Christopher Barnes, fondatore di Grape Collective, ha raccomandato a tutte le aziende di considerarsi "editori" quando si tratta di presentarsi online. Ti interessa sapere quanto i contenuti influenzano le decisioni di acquisto sul web? Nessun problema! Fino al 31 dicembre potrai vedere la sessione di Christopher Barnes su Swapcard acquistando un biglietto!
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During his interview with us during wine2wine Business Forum 2021, Christopher Barnes, founder of Grape Collective, recommended all businesses to think of themselves as publishers when it comes to presenting themselves online. Are you interested in knowing how much content influences online purchasing decisions? No problem! Until December 31st, you will be able to check out Christopher Barnes's session on Swapcard by purchasing a ticket!

This is an extraordinary Rhône-style wine. It is from Israel and it is kosher. The second photograph is of the owner-winemaker, Eli Ben-Zaken, 77, trying to save his vineyards and home. He has seen it all over the past months: fire, heat, war, climate change and Covid. How can he -- how can any winemaker these days -- remain hopeful? Our latest column at grapecollective.com. https://bit.ly/2Wrm3XS Grape Collective Domaine du Castel יקב קסטל Royal Wine Corp. Château Malartic-Lagravière - Grand Cru Classé de Graves
Most people who love wine want to learn more about it. But it can be confusing. Vintages, varietals, appellation laws—even describing what wine tastes like needs to be learned. And for wine professionals and educators, having the right qualifications and in-depth wine knowledge can make or break the landing of that dream job.
Vinitaly International Academy (VIA), a top-level Italian wine education program, is gearing up for its next USA edition September 13-15 in Boston, Houston and Seattle. Since VIA’s founding in 2015, 274 students, out of nearly 900 candidates, have passed the course, with 259 gaining the Italian Wine Ambassador title and 15 achieving Italian Wine Expert status.

Read the full write up by Read the full write up by Lisa Denning for Grape Collective here:
https://grapecollective.com/articles/vias-growing-number-of-ambassadors-are-spreading-the-gospel-of-italian-wine?__cf_chl_jschl_tk__=pmd_3168de1c58fcb181958a88c86fa81a5d1ef0e60a-1628739632-0-gqNtZGzNAnijcnBszQe6

Apply now for the upcoming VIA USA edition:
https://vinitalyinternational.com/wordpress/via-usa-hybrid-edition-2021/

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