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Morey Hot Wire Leash

Don't lose your board – stay attached with this leash. Urethane cord Dual swivel Comfortable neoprene wrist strap Durable Velcro fastener Multiple cord colors For more information on surf leashes, read Understanding Surf Leashes

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Pierre Morey Monthelie 2011 750ml

This wine is from France, Burgundy region, Cote De Beaune sub-region and Monthelie appellation. Pierre Morey is one of Burgundy's most highly regarded citizens and one of its most accomplished vignerons. His family has lived and worked in Burgundy since the 16th century and has been making wine in Meursault since 1793. Born in 1948, Pierre began a lifelong love affair with wine, working alongside his father until he felt confident to establish his own Domaine in 1971. In addition to managing his family's vineyards, he also inherited the metayage (sharecropping) responsibilities to farm vineyards owned by Domaine des Comtes Lafon. In the late 1980s just as the metayage agreement was expiring, Pierre was hired as manager and cellar master at the venerable Domaine Leflaive. Over the next 20 years, he and co-manager/owner Anne Leflaive elevated the reputation of this Domaine to new heights until 2008, when according to French law, he was forced to retire.Fortunately for all wine lovers, this law does not apply to Pierre's 27-acre Domaine. The estate vineyards vineyards are well placed in Meursault, Monthelie, Pommard and Puligny-Montrachet and have been farmed organically since 1992 and biodynamically since 1997. In 1992, after the metayage agreement with Lafon ended, Pierre established a small negociant company called Morey-Blanc, which features appellations that complement those of his Domaine, including Aloxe-Corton, Corton-Charlemagne, Meursault 1er Cru Charmes, Montrachet, and Saint-Aubin. For each of these chosen appellations, fruit and musts are purchased from excellent growers under rigorous terms and conditions and the wines are made in the Morey cellars, where they are fashioned in the same style as the Domaine wines. Pierre's daughter, Anne Morey, is co-manager for Morey-Blanc, and also at Domaine Pierre Morey. Their wines are known and prized for their purity, elegance, concentration and longevity. PINOT NOIR Wine French Still Wine

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Grand Wine Cellar
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Free Hand Leash

Hurtta Free Hand Leash is an awesome leash with a padded handgrip that is adjustable in length depending on your dogs size. Hurtta Raspberry Free Hand Leash was especially designed for running and Nordic walking! So for all those Joggers and speed walkers, come and get it!

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SwimTime Speedster Bodyboard -35%

Surf the waves or sled down hills in style! Grab on to the two soft grip handles and get ready for some serious action in the water or snow with this inflatable, nylon covered body board. Reinforced skid pad bottom provides speed and stability. Year

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Reflective Pet Leash

Make evening walks a safe trip for both you and your pet with our reflective accessories. Made from durable polyester webbing, our Reflective Pet Leash is offered in two widths and a variety of bright colors. Each is 6' long. Personalize with pet's name and phone number or address so your pet can...

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L.L.Bean
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Pierre Morey Pommard 1er Cru Les Grands Epenots 2006 750ml

This wine is from France, Burgundy region, Cote De Beaune sub-region and Pommard appellation. Pierre Morey is one of Burgundy's most highly regarded citizens and one of its most accomplished vignerons. His family traces its roots in Burgundy back to the 16th century and has been making wine in Meursault since 1793. Pierre, who was born in 1948, worked in the vineyards and cellar alongside his father from an early age and established his own Domaine in 1971. In addition to continuing to farm the family vineyards, he assumed responsibility for the metayage (sharecropping) agreement that is father had made with Domaine des Comtes Lafon, which continued until the late 1980s. At that time, Pierre took over as manager and cellar master at the venerable Domaine Leflaive and was responsible for all technical aspects in the vineyards and cellar there, as well as at his own Domaine, for 20 years ending in 2008. Domaine Pierre Morey consists of 27 acres of vineyards in Meursault, Monthelie, Pommard and Puligny-Montrachet, which have been cultivated organically since 1992 and biodynamically since 1997. In 1992, after the metayage agreement with Lafon had expired, Pierre established a small negociant company called Morey-Blanc, which features appellations that complement those of his Domaine, including Aloxe-Corton, Corton-Charlemagne, Meursault 1er Cru Charmes, Montrachet, and Saint-Aubin. For each of these chosen appellations, fruit and musts are purchased from excellent growers under rigorous terms and conditions and the wines are made in the Morey cellars, where they are fashioned in the same style as the Domaine wines. Pierre's daughter, Anne Morey, is co-manager for Morey-Blanc, and also at Domaine Pierre Morey. Their wines are known and prized for their purity, elegance, concentration and longevity. All the fruit for the Morey wines is hand-harvested and transported directly to the winery where it is sorted. The white grapes are lightly crushed before a delicate pneumatic pressing. The musts are then held in tank for 12 to 24 hours during which a light debourbage is done while carefully keeping the best lees, which are the main source of nourishment for the naturally occurring yeasts. The musts are then transferred to oak barrels where alcoholic fermentation takes place. After this first fermentation, batonnage is done two or three times a week until about Christmas, sometimes until the beginning of the malolactic fermentation. The first racking takes place in the fall and the wine is then put again on the fine lees. Eventual collages are scrupulously chosen. Filtration is not systematic and it depends on the vintage. Maturation lasts, depending on the vintage, from 12 to 16 months for the Bourgogne Aligote, and 16-20 months for the Chardonnays. Bottling is done by gravity. The red grapes are normally 100% de-stemmed before being placed in oak tanks. Natural fermentation, without addition of yeasts, begins after a few days of cuvaison with light punch-

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Pierre Morey Pommard 1er Cru Les Grands Epenots 750ml

This wine is from France, Burgundy region, Cote De Beaune sub-region and Pommard appellation. Pierre Morey is one of Burgundy's most highly regarded citizens and one of its most accomplished vignerons. His family traces its roots in Burgundy back to the 16th century and has been making wine in Meursault since 1793. Pierre, who was born in 1948, worked in the vineyards and cellar alongside his father from an early age and established his own Domaine in 1971. In addition to continuing to farm the family vineyards, he assumed responsibility for the metayage (sharecropping) agreement that is father had made with Domaine des Comtes Lafon, which continued until the late 1980s. At that time, Pierre took over as manager and cellar master at the venerable Domaine Leflaive and was responsible for all technical aspects in the vineyards and cellar there, as well as at his own Domaine, for 20 years ending in 2008. Domaine Pierre Morey consists of 27 acres of vineyards in Meursault, Monthelie, Pommard and Puligny-Montrachet, which have been cultivated organically since 1992 and biodynamically since 1997. In 1992, after the metayage agreement with Lafon had expired, Pierre established a small negociant company called Morey-Blanc, which features appellations that complement those of his Domaine, including Aloxe-Corton, Corton-Charlemagne, Meursault 1er Cru Charmes, Montrachet, and Saint-Aubin. For each of these chosen appellations, fruit and musts are purchased from excellent growers under rigorous terms and conditions and the wines are made in the Morey cellars, where they are fashioned in the same style as the Domaine wines. Pierre's daughter, Anne Morey, is co-manager for Morey-Blanc, and also at Domaine Pierre Morey. Their wines are known and prized for their purity, elegance, concentration and longevity. All the fruit for the Morey wines is hand-harvested and transported directly to the winery where it is sorted. The white grapes are lightly crushed before a delicate pneumatic pressing. The musts are then held in tank for 12 to 24 hours during which a light debourbage is done while carefully keeping the best lees, which are the main source of nourishment for the naturally occurring yeasts. The musts are then transferred to oak barrels where alcoholic fermentation takes place. After this first fermentation, batonnage is done two or three times a week until about Christmas, sometimes until the beginning of the malolactic fermentation. The first racking takes place in the fall and the wine is then put again on the fine lees. Eventual collages are scrupulously chosen. Filtration is not systematic and it depends on the vintage. Maturation lasts, depending on the vintage, from 12 to 16 months for the Bourgogne Aligote, and 16-20 months for the Chardonnays. Bottling is done by gravity. The red grapes are normally 100% de-stemmed before being placed in oak tanks. Natural fermentation, without addition of yeasts, begins after a few days of cuvaison with light punch-

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2010 Domaine Vincent & Sophie Morey Maranges Fussiere 1er Cru Rouge Pinot Noir Wine 750 ML Red Wine

A Pinot Noir wine from Burgundy in France. 2010 2010 Domaine Vincent & Sophie Morey Maranges Fussiere 1er Cru Rouge Pinot Noir 750ml

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JJ Buckley Fine Wines
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Stephane Magnien 2010 Morey St. Denis 1er Cru Faconnieres

This fourth generation family Burgundian domaine of 4.5 hectares (11.1 acres) with vines of an average age of 45 years, is situated in Morey Saint Denis. The family home and cellars (which are still in use) date from 1789.

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Morey Saint Denis Premier Cru Vieilles Vignes 1999 Pinot Noir Wine

Made from ancient vines in two premier cru vineyards, this is a very classy and concentrated Morey Saint Denis. It has great aromatics, tremendous ripeness and complexity of fruit, layers of very fine, soft tannins and toasty oak and a sweet, elegant finish. Wine Spectator rating: 89.

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Wine.com
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Roamer Leash

Specially designed with Wavelength webbing, this stretchy leash allows your dog to roam while being safely and securely attached to your waist.

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Only Natural Pet Store
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Edge 9903 Eyewear Sunglass Leash Display

Leash Display Features:<-b>3 Sided<-li>Holds 42 Leashes<-li>Counter Display<-li>LEASHES SOLD SEPARATELY<-li><-ul>

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Hands Free Leash

The Hands-Free Leash gives you the freedom to safely and comfortably walk your dog without having to hold on to the leash. The leash attaches to the fully adjustable belt, so your dog moves when you do.

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PetSafe
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Pedometer Safety Leash Lanyard

Quantity is one leash. Choose your favorite color! Attach this safety leash to the back of your pedometer for extra insurance. If your pedometer should happen to slip off your waistband, it wouldn't fall to the ground.

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Heart Rate Monitors USA
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Ski Leash

Some breaks will just not fit on fat powder skis that's when we recommend a ski leash.

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CampSaver.com
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Team Comp 42" Bodyboard - Black/Charcoal - 42"

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Morey Big Kahuna 44" Bodyboard

This boogieboard is certainly the Big Kahuna. With a long 44", you'll be able to ride the waves in style and control yourself with the crescent tail as much as you need to. Core: Dow. Deck: 8lb. â lxl. Slick: HDPE. Features: Power rod stringer, channels, crescent tail. Length: 44".

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SwimOutlet.com
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Morey Woody 41.5 Bodyboard

This Wham-O bodyboard may not be made of wood, but it will certainly have the strength of it. Made with a crescent tail, you can have control and power all from comfortably riding your new Morey board. Core: Phuzion core. Deck: 8lb. lxl. Slick: HDPE. Features: Channels, crescent tail. Length: 41.5".

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SwimOutlet.com
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Bodyboard 26" w/ Leash (B Series)

Lightweight, great action & easy to ride Ideal for novice to intermediate riders Closed cell Dow foam Water resistant High density Polyethylene, nylon mesh cover Assorted Graphics

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Motorcycle Russell Universal Mach 3 Brake Line-42"

High quality stainless brake lines available in street legal and Mach 3 versions Abrasion and corrosion resistant Smooth fluid transfer with a high burst strength Reduces brake line expansion which minimizes brake fade Use AN-3 fittings which are

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J&P Cycles
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