Popular Bubbles in San Francisco

We all like to celebrate with a few glasses of champagne, and in fact, we should probably drink more of these wines from the United States, France, Spain and Italy.  Below is a list of some sparkling wines that pop up on wine lists throughout the Bay Area.  I will continue to update this.

Popular Bubbles at San Francisco Restaurants

United States Sparkling Wine

Roederer Estate, Brut, Anderson Valley, Non-Vintage

Retail Price: $18 at K&L Wine Merchants & $19 at Artisan Wine Depot

Ratings: Wine Spectator 89

  • $41 at Harris’ Restaurant
  • $44 at 5A5 Steak Lounge
  • $45 at Bistro Jeanty
  • $46 at Boulevard
  • $48 at Absinthe
  • $50 at Alexander’s Steakhouse San Francisco
  • $52 at Alexander’s Steakhouse Cupertino
  • $50 at Quince
  • $52 at Kokkari Estiatorio
  • $56 at Farallon
  • $64 at Chez TJ
  • $70 at Evvia

89 points Wine Spectator: “Crisp and refreshingly minerally, offering tart Gala apple and lemon aromas and focused flavors of yeasty citrus and anise. A hint of cherry lingers on the finish. Drink now through 2013.”

Roederer Estate, Brut Rose, Anderson Valley, Non-Vintage

Retail Price: $22 at Artisan Wine Depot and $25 at K&L Wine Merchants

Ratings: Wine Spectator see comment below

  • $60 at Wayfare Tavern

According to Wine Spectator: “A creamy, festive wine, with a soft salmon hue, floral raspberry and strawberry aromas, and succulent, easygoing cherry and spicy vanilla flavors. Drink now through 2012.” One of the San Francisco Chronicle’s Top 100 Wines of 2009 and a standout again in 2010: “The regular Roederer Brut remains perhaps the best deal in California bubbles, but the Rosé is the standout – although this latest tasting revealed it a touch riper than last year. Woodsy notes add to a dark-stone minerality that underlines cranberry, tangerine and pear flavors. It’s got that quintessential brightness, with a bit of creamy vanilla at the end.” As with all Roederer Estate wines, the Brut Rosé is comprised of 100 percent estate-grown grapes. Oak-aged wines from the Estate’s reserve cellars are added to the blend, creating a multi-vintage cuvée in the traditional Roederer style. The Roederer Estate Brut Rosé is full and round with smooth flavors and fine persistent bubbles. The extra measure of Chardonnay contributes elegance and austerity, which balance nicely with the delicate fruitiness of the Pinot Noir.

2007 Schramsberg, Blanc de Blancs, Napa Valley

Retail Price: $28 at K&L Wine Merchants

Ratings: Wine Spectator

  • $64 at Bistro Jeanty
  • $76 at Farallon

According to the Wine Spectator: “Sleek and layered, offering vanilla and Meyer lemon tart aromas and supple citrus flavors, with hints of caramel and anise. Drink now.” (11/10) The aromas are sweet and inviting with fresh lemon and lime, followed by pineapple and ‘Jolly Rancher’ green apple. The generous nose is accentuated by a salty minerality that leads way to the yeastiness of fresh from the oven bread. The 2007 Blanc de Blancs delivers delicious flavors of green apple, fresh honeydew melon and lemon custard. The palate finishes with a pleasant acidity that is crisp, long and lingering.

 2007 Schramsberg, Blanc de Noirs, North Coast

Retail Price: $30 at K&L Wine Merchants

Ratings: Robert Parker 89

  • $60 at Harris’ Restaurant
  • $64 at EPIC Roasthouse
  • $70 at Farallon
  • $75 at Kokkari Estiatorio

89+ points Robert Parker: “Composed of 74% Pinot Noir and 26% Chardonnay, the 2007 Blanc de Noirs exhibits more structure and body as well as a firmer, more muscular style. The Pinot Noir component takes away some of the charm and finesse of the Blancs de Blanc, but it adds more weight. This sparkler should drink well for several years.” (12/10) 89 points Wine Spectator: “Rich and full-bodied, displaying delicate raspberry aromas paired with spice and lemon, with supple flavors of baked apple, cherry and brown spices. Drink now through 2014.” (11/10)

Domaine Carneros, Pompadour Rose, Carneros, Non-Vintage

Retail Price: $35 at Wine.com

Ratings: Wine News 92, Connoisseurs’ Guide 90

  • $48 at EPIC Roasthouse
  • $50 at Evvia
  • $80 at Kokkari Estiatorio

Winemaker’s Notes: Rosé is meant to be enjoyed at a fairly young age, when the fruity character is still predominant yet there is enough age to make the wine round and balanced.  The wine’s aroma has hints of wild strawberries and roses with notes of peach Although a pale pink in color, Brut Rosé is not sweeter than our other wines. It is a true Brut.

French Champagne

Billecart-Salmon, Brut Reserve, Champagne, Non Vintage

Retail Price: $45 at K&L Wine Merchants and JJ Buckley

Ratings: Wine Enthusiast 92, Stephen Tanzer 90

  • $110 at Bistro Jeanty
  • $115 at Farallon – Magnum for $230

 92 points Wine Enthusiast: “The tiny mousse tells a lot about the quality of this impressive Champagne. It is quite full in style, with flavors of white currants and a rich, but still bone-dry aftertaste. It is a perfect food Champagne, with structure and a good tension between richness and elegance.” (12/05) 91 points Wine Spectator: “Aromatic and spicy, with cedar, honey and ginger notes matching a firm structure and lean, intense character. Fine length. Drink now.” (11/06) 90 points Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar: “Pale gold. Fresh peach, pear and nectarine on the nose, with a complicating note of white flowers. Fleshy, plush and ripe, with strong peach and ripe pear flavors in a more powerful and less restrained style than last year’s release. Firms up on the finish, picking up a mineral note and showing very good balance and length.” (Nov/Dec 06) 90 points Parker’s Wine Advocate. This is a very good price on this elegant Grand Marque. This cuvee is mostly chardonnay, rich and also clean and refreshing. The wine has a lot of pretty green apple fruit, a creamy texture and elegant, tiny bubbles. (Gary Westby, K&L Champagne buye

Billecart-Salmon, Brut, Rose, Non-Vintage

Retail Price: $75 at K&L Wine Merchants

Ratings: Wine Enthusiast 92, Robert Parker 90

  • $156 at Spruce
  • $160 at Gary Danko
  • $165 at Alexander’s Steakhouse San Francisco
  • $165 at Farallon

92 points Wine Enthusiast: “A bone-dry but delicious wine, with red fruits and a beautiful onion-skin color that just hints at rosé. Lovely acidity completes the serious and highly enjoyable wine.” (12/05) 92 points Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar: “Light orange. Tangerine, pear and flowers on the nose, which is complicated by a note of fennel. Broad and sappy but dry, with lively orange and strawberry flavors and a subtle note of spice cake. Weightier on the finish, which features an exotic note of spicy herbs. This Champagne’s delicate touch will make it work well with simple seafood dishes or even sashimi.” (12/10) 90 points Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate: “The NV Brut Rose emerges from the glass with the essence of freshly cut flowers, berries and minerals in a mid-weight, gracious style. It shows gorgeous inner perfume, along with persistent notes of chalkiness that frame the long, sublime finish. Year in, year out, this estate’s NV Brut Rose is one of the most consistently outstanding wines in the region. This is Lot 337014 -3671A. Disgorged June 30, 2010. Anticipated maturity: 2011-2015.” (12/10)

Billecart-Salmon, Brut Rose, Mareuil-sur-AY

Retail Price: $85 via Wine Access and $160 Magnum at K&L Wine Merchants

Ratings: Wine Spectator 90 & Robert Parker 90

  • $155 at Absinthe
  • $160 at EPIC Roasthouse
  • $165 at Quince
  • $195 at Waterbar
  • $225 at Alexander’s Steakhouse Cupertino
  • $240 at Evvia

Billecart-Salmon, Brut Reserve, Mareuil-sur-AY

Retail Price:

Ratings:

  • $110 at Absinthe
  • $125 at Quince

Bollinger, Special Cuvee, Ay, Non-Vintage

Retail Price: $50 at Napacabs.com

Ratings:

  • $110 at Kokkari
  • $110 at Evvia
  • $140 at Quince
  • $158 at Chez TJ

Delamotte, Brut, Non-Vintage

Retail Price: $37 at K&L Wine Merchants

Rating: Wine Enthusiast 92

  • $78 at Wayfare Tavern

92 points an an Editors’ Choice, Wine Enthusiast: “There is good bottle age here the wine full and ripe with an integrated dosage that is relatively high. Flavors of sweet pastry go with white nectarines and pears. It’s so deliciously balanced, finishing with a soft, fresh aftertaste.” (12/09) 90 points Wine Spectator: ‘Light-weight and detailed, offering apple, peach, lanolin and mineral notes. Well-structured and intense, with a long, mineral aftertaste. Drink now through 2010.” (12/08)

Krug, Brut, Grand Cuvee, Non-Vintage

Retail Price: $140 at K&L Wine Merchants

Ratings: Wine Spectator 95

  • $190 at Gary Danko
  • $210 at EPIC Roasthouse
  • $295 at Waterbar
  • $295 at The French Laundry
  • $299 at Chapeau
  • $350 at Farallon
  • $365 at Quince
  • $400 at Alexander’s Steakhouse Cupertino – SOLD OUT
  • $410 at Absinthe
  • $450 at Spruce

95 points Wine Spectator: “A smoky, intense wine, with layer upon layer of coffee, roast nut, golden piecrust, ripe apple, honey and spice flavors. The richness is balanced by a focused freshness, perfectly poised like a high diver about to jump, standing above the crowd and showing the interplay of power and control in an elegant package. Drink now through 2026.

1996 Krug, Brut, Reims

Retail Price: $378 via Wine-Searcher

Ratings: Wine Spectator 99

  • $520 at 5A5 Steak Lounge
  • $680 at Gary Danko
  • $725 at Absinthe
  • $1,250 at The French Laundry

Wine Spectator: A powerful, majestic Champagne. Deep and compelling, with aromas of whole-grain toast, coconut and dried citrus that draw you in. Lean and racy on the palate, with a creaminess that’s yet to be integrated. A classic ’96, with ripe, exotic aromas and a steely structure. Still a baby, with the long, resonant finish confirming its potential. Best from 2009 through 2040. 10,000 cases made. –BS

Laurent-Perrier, Brut, Tours-Sur-Marne, Non-Vintage

Retail Price: $30 at Artisan Wine Depot

Ratings: Wine Spectator 90

  • $82 at Wayfare Tavern
  • $100 at Evvia

90 points Wine Spectator: “Lovely. Candied citrus, ginger and mineral aromas and flavors integrate well with the lightweight, elegant frame. Beautifully displayed, from start to the long finish. Drink now.” (10/03) 90 points Robert Parker (12/02)

Louis Roederer, Brut Premier, Reims, Non-Vintage

Retail Price: $37 at K&L Wine Merchants, Magnum $90 at K&L Wine Merchants

Ratings: Wine Enthusiast 91, Wine Spectator 90

  • $92 at Waterbar
  • $95 at Quince
  • $108 at Alexander’s Steakhouse Cupertino

91 points Wine Enthusiast: “Although this tastes younger than some recent bottlings of this great nonvintage, it is still a fine wine. Its apple flavors meld effortlessly with citrus, grapefruit zest and just a touch of toast to show the depth of flavor that will emerge after a few more months in bottle.” (07/09) 90 points Wine Spectator: “A delicate Champagne, with spring blossom, smoke, yellow apple and anise flavors set on a fine-grained texture. The moderate finish is fresh and juicy, with the smoky note lingering. Better than previously reviewed. Drink now through 2019.” (06/11) From the makers of Cristal, this is a rich, toasty style. Roederer grows two thirds of the fruit that it needs for this Champagne on their own extensive 500 acre estate. Their vineyards are spread throughout the Champagne region with holdings in the Cotes de Blancs, Valley of the Marne and Mountain of Reims. The Brut Premier comes only from grand and premier cru sites, and does not go through malolactic fermentation. It is 56% Pinot Noir, 33% Chardonnay and 10% Meunier. It is aged three years on the lees and a generous six months on the cork before release. (Gary Westby, K&L Wine Merchants)

2002 Louis Roederer, Cristal

Retail Price: $225 at K&L Wine Merchants

Ratings: Robert Parker 94 & Wine Enthusiast 98

  • $375 at Boulevard
  • $420 at Lardoise
  • $465 at Harris’ Restaurant
  • $595 at Alexander’s Steakhouse Cupertino
  • $640 at Gary Danko

94 points Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate: “Seriously precocious nose with notes of apple blossom, fresh strawberries, clotted cream, cashews and lightly toasted hazelnuts plus a barely detectable hint of oak. Great concentration of apple crumble flavours with very fine bubbles and a crisp backbone of acid. Long creamy finish.” (05/09)

2004 Louis Roederer, Cristal, Brut Champagne

Retail Price: $189 at K&L Wine Merchants

Ratings: Robert Parker 97, Wine Enthusiast 97, Steve Tanzer 94

  • $325 at Waterbar
  • $550 at Gary Danko

97 points Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate: “The 2004 Brut Cristal has put on quite a bit of weight since I first tasted it earlier this year. It is a powerful, structured Cristal layered with considerable fruit. Chardonnay seems to play the leading role in 2004, at least today. Cristal is often accessible young, but that is far from the case here. This is a serious, painfully young Cristal that will require considerable patience. Readers who are willing to spend some time with the wine today will find a super-impressive, complete Cristal. The 2004 Cristal is 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Chardonnay. This is Lot L033331E100008, disgorged January, 2010. Anticipated maturity: 2014-2034.” (12/10) 97 points Wine Enthusiast: “Exceptionally rich and dense, an exceptional wine that reveals itself in layers, from the first fruit attack to the mineral texture and the way it gradually fills the mouth. Selected from old vines, there is a great flavor in this wine, with the promise of many years’ aging.” (12/10) 94 points Tanzer’s IWC: “Light, bright gold. Spicy citrus and orchard fruit aromas are complemented by chalk, white flowers and a touch of smokiness. Taut, linear lemon and orange rind flavors give way to deeper pear in the mid-palate and pick up notes of honeysuckle and toasted grain with air. Still very young but shows excellent promise. Finishes with good mineral cut and sappy persistence.”

2004 Louis Roederer, Brut Vintage, Reims

Retail Price: $65 at K&L Wine Merchants

Ratings: Robert Parker 90 & Wine & Spirits 93

  • $150 at Quince

93 points Wines & Spirits: “The bold fruit flavors make this a wine of primary colors for now, from peach to kiwi, grapefruit and strawberry. The fruit is fragrant and lush while the wine’s acidity keeps it mouthwatering and completely dry. A zesty Champagne that’s built to age, tame it with food if you open it now-roast salmon with chanterelles and cream would contrast it well.” 90 points Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate: “The 2004 Brut emerges from the glass with attractive layers of fruit that come together in a gorgeous expression of perfumed fruit. This silky, textured and totally finessed Champagne is another impeccable wine from Roederer. The 2004 growing season was long and yields were higher than normal, yet Roederer has achieved a wonderful balance in this wine. The 2004 Brut was made from the estate’s north-facing vineyards and 40% of the wine was aged in oak. This is Lot L032125A00017, disgorged in December, 2008. Anticipated maturity: 2010-2016.” (12/09) 90 points Wine Spectator: “Crisp and green, in a grassy, verdant way. Shows plenty of lime, orange peel and apple notes, with a touch of fresh-cut grass or chive. Balanced and elegant, with subtle length. Drink now through 2018.” (11/09)

2004 Louis Roederer, Blanc de Blancs, Reims

Retail Price: $65 at K&L Wine Merchants

Ratings: Wine Specator 90

  • $150 at Quince
  • $182 at Chez TJ

90 points Wine Spectator: “A firm Champagne, displaying a floral quality to the biscuit, pear and light spice notes. This shows fine balance and good drive to the acidity, straight through to the delicate finish. Drink now through 2012.” (12/10) This all Chardonnay offering is unique in representing all the villages in the Cotes de Blancs, from Vertus in the south up to Cuis and including Mesnil, Oger, Avize and Cramant. It has lower pressure than most Champagne, only 4 to 4.5 atmospheres as opposed to the 6 found in a normal bottle. It represents a little less than 2% of Roederer’s production.

2005 Louis Roderer, Brut Rose, Reims

Retail Price: $60 at K&L Wine Merchants

Ratings: Wine Enthusiast 94, Wine Spectator 90

  • $155 at Quince

94 points and one of the Wine Enthusiast’s Top 100 Wines of 2010: “This is a crisp, high-wire-walking wine, just so poised. its youtful red fruits, laced with citrus, taste so fresh, with a strawberry bite. At this stage, it is intensely enjoyable as young Champagne, but it does need to age for several years.” (12/10) 90 points Wine Spectator: “A lively wine, with a raisin bread-like note to the ripe current, nut and whole-grain toast flavors. Fresh and vibrant, with a clean, floral finish. Drink now.” (11/10)

2002 Moet & Chandon, Dom Perignon, Brut Champagne

Retail Price: $140 at K&L Wine Merchants

Ratings: Robert Parker 96, Wine Spectator 95

  • $295 at Wayfare Tavern
  • $320 at 5A5 Steak Lounge
  • $325 at Farallon

96 points Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate: “The 2002 Dom Perignon is at first intensely floral, with perfumed jasmine that dominates the bouquet. With time in the glass the wine gains richness as the flavors turn decidedly riper and almost tropical. Ripe apricots, passion fruit and peaches emerge from this flashy, opulent Dom Perignon. The wine’s volume makes it approachable today, but readers in search of more complexity will want to cellar this for at least a few years to allow for some of the baby fat to drop off. Geoffroy describes the vintage as very ripe and adds that some of the Chardonnay showed the ill-effects of the hot growing season in it the somewhat burned, dehydrated fruit that came in that year. This bottle was disgorged in July, 2009. To be released summer 2010. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2032 .” (03/10) 95 points Wine Spectator: “A rich and smoky Champagne in a graceful package, with a beautiful, fine-grained texture to it and layers of flavor-biscuit, candied lemon peel, coffee liqueur, chamomile, pine crystallized honey and wood smoke. This is the haute couture of the Champagne world-all about elegance, texture and attention to detail. Drink now thorugh 2027.” (12/10)

Nicolas Feuillatte ,Brut Rose Champagne, Non-Vintage

Retail Price: $37 at K&L Wine Merchants

Ratings:

  • $80 at 5A5 Steak Lounge
  • $92 at Wayfare Tavern

This rosé is made from 60% Pinot Noir, 30% Meunier and 10% Chardonnay. It has great fruit on the nose and the Pinot Noir mark is strong in this elegant bottle of bubbles. It is quite dry and light for a wine with this much flavor. (Gary Westby, K&L Champagne buyer) 92 points Wine Spectator: “Exotic notes of candied orange peel, cinnamon and kirsch mark this intense rosé. This stays lightweight and elegant, with a silky texture and lingering aftertaste of dried berry and spice. Drink now through 2012.” (Insider, 11/17/10) According to the Wine Enthusiast: “A strawberry-fruited wine, with a pink sunset color and light, very fresh fruit. The aftertaste is soft and gentle.” (12/31/2007)

2000 Perrier Jouet Fleur de Champagne Brut Epernay

Retail Price: $90 at JJ Buckley, Wine-Searcher $134

Ratings: Robert Parker, Wine Spectator 91

  • $240 at 5A5 Steak Lounge
  • $295 at Alexander’s Steakhouse Cupertino 

Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
December 2009
The 2000 Brut Fleur de Champagne Cuvee Belle Epoque is a touch rounder and more generous than the Blanc de Blancs Cuvee Belle Epoque Fleur de Champagne. Here the fruit takes on darker shades of flavor, richness and density from the Pinot Noir. The wine offers terrific persistence and a long, creamy finish… —Antonio Galloni

91 points, Wine Spectator
November 2009
Subtle and creamy, with peach and apple flavors shaded by grapefruit and yeast accents. This is compact, despite being ripe, and finishes firm and crisp. Drink now through 2018. 2,000 cases imported. –BS

2002 Perrier Jouet Fleur de Champagne Brut Rose Epernay

Retail Price: Wine-Searcher $275, Sherry Lehman $370

Ratings: Wine Spectator 89

  • $500 at 5A5 Steak Lounge

Wine Spectator: Perrier Jouet Fleur de Champagne Brut Rose 2002 offers strawberry, candied cherry and citrus notes that are allied to a vibrant structure in this rich rose, which is nicely balanced, with a lingering finish. Drink now through 2015. 4,000 cases imported. Wine Spectator, Score: 89

2000 Perrier Jouet Fleur de Champange Blanc de Blancs Epernay

Retail Price: $270 at The Wine Barn, was $109 at Wine.com – SOLD OUT

Ratings: Robert Parker 90, Wine Spectator 91, Stephen Tanzer 90

  • $600 at 5A5 Steak Lounge

91 POINTS WINE SPECTATOR:
 “Subtle and creamy, with peach and apple flavors shaded by grapefruit and yeast accents. This is compact, despite being ripe, and finishes firm and crisp. Drink now through 2018. 2,000 cases imported.”

90 POINTS STEPHEN TANZER:
_($400) Bright yellow with a strong bead. Smoky lemon, apple and anise aromas are deepened by toasty lees and yeasty bread. Supple, deep citrus and orchard fruit flavors are brightened by a subtle lemon zest quality. Broad and fleshy on the finish, which features a bitter pear skin quality and good finishing cling.

90 POINTS ROBERT PARKER:
The 2000 Brut Fleur de Champagne Blanc de Blancs is a mid-weight offering redolent of flowers, jasmine, honey and apricots. The wine shows pretty inner perfume in an accessible, easygoing style. The Blanc de Blancs is made from two parcels in Cramant, and was disgorged on October 16th, 2006. Anticipated maturity: 2008-2015.

Taittinger, Cuvee Prestige, Brut, Non-Vintage

Retail Price: $42 via Wine-Searcher

Ratings:

  • $75 at Kokkari Estiatorio
  • $80 at Evvia
  • $85 at Boulevard
  • $85 at Farallon
  • $100 at Bix

1998 Veuve Clicquot, La Grande Dame, Brut

Retail Price: $109 at K&L Wine Merchants

Ratings: Robert Parker 90

  • $325 at Farallon
  • $325 at Alexander’s Steakhouse Cupertino

90 points Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate: “The house’s 1998 La Grande Dame reveals notable clarity and precision. This focused, poised wine emerges from the glass with well-articulated flowers, pears, smoke, crisp apples and minerals in a medium-bodied style. The wine appears to have enough freshness and sheer depth to support another decade or so of aging. La Grand Dame represents a significant step up from the estate’s other wines. In 1998 La Grande Dame is 64% Pinot Noir (Ay, Verzenay, Verzy, Ambonnay and Bouzy) and 36% Chardonnay (Avize, Oger, Mesnil-sur-Oger). This is Lot 510 2572, disgorged between December, 2006 and January, 2007. Anticipated maturity: 2008-2018.”

2002 Veuve Clicquot, Gold Label, Vintage Reserve, Brut

Retail Price: $70 at K&L Wine Merchants

Ratings: Wine Enthusiast 94

  • $150 at Farallon

94 points Wine Enthusiast: “A wine that shows an airy character. It is very open and fresh, the white fruits floating over a creamy texture and made crisp by grapefruit skin and bitter orange flavors. But it is just beginning to develop its potential, and the wine will likely fill out, as secondary flavors come through over the next 5-6 years.” (12/1/2008) Fruity and rich, this new release offers stone fruit (peach and apricot) aromatics with toasty notes of brioche and nuts. On the palate these characters are repeated along with baking spice, nice Pinot structure and bright and clean chardonnay minerality. Hits all the notes it should, and this will age over the next decade if you can keep your hands off that long.

Veuve Clicquot, Yellow Label, Brut, Non-Vintage

Retail Price: $42 at JJ Buckley

Ratings: Wine Enthusiast 89, Wine Spectator 90

  • $110 at Farallon
  • $128 at Alexander’s Cupertino

Wine Enthusiast: December 2009
Ripe, mature, easy Champagne, maintaining the Clicquot style of bottle maturity, with toast, sweet pastry and a rich, full-in-the-mouth character of white fruits. The finish is relatively soft. R.V.

Wine Spectator: “Hints of toast and biscuit accent lightly honeyed flavors of quince, apple blossom and peach in this fresh and balanced Champagne. There’s a stony underpinning, with a smoke-tinged finish. Drink now through 2013.”


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