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- Paul Lukacs Wine columnist, The Washington Times and Wine Review Online; Author, "American Vintage: The Rise of American Wine," and "The Great Wines of America"
- Michael Franz Editor, Wine Review Online
- Gregory Jones Professor and Research Climatologist in the Department of Environmental Studies at Southern Oregon University
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