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Pull Eighty Pinot Noir 2009

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This label is a tribute to Patrick Edward Crowley. PEC served as President of the New York Central Railroad from 1924-1931. His reputation for demanding a hard day's work and maximum efficiency led his friends and colleagues to coin his initials into a nickname, Pull Eighty Cars. In the early 1900s most locomotives typically pulled only thirty cars but on a flat grade were capable of pulling eighty. PEC demanded that all his locomotives over-deliver on the norms of his day. We hope that this Pinot Noir does the same.

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This label is a tribute to Patrick Edward Crowley. PEC served as President of the New York Central Railroad from 1924-1931. His reputation for demanding a hard day's work and maximum efficiency led his friends and colleagues to coin his initials into a nickname, Pull Eighty Cars. In the early 1900s most locomotives typically pulled only thirty cars but on a flat grade were capable of pulling eighty. PEC demanded that all his locomotives over-deliver on the norms of his day. We hope that this Pinot Noir does the same.

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