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February 01, 2006

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Lenn,

Next time you are in Cincinnati, stop by the shop/warehouse. The temperature is currently 65 degrees (good for wine - cold for typing) and out of 400 labels I think only a few are "big names" like Cuvaison, Grgich Hills, Hanzell, Santa Margherita, Taittinger, Simi, Guenoc.

Jens...believe me, you're on my radar. Of course, the next time I'm in Cincy will be the first time :)

But, maybe I can get some Steelers/Bengals tix next year...I have some friends here on LI that want to go to a Steelers game...but they are IMPOSSIBLE to get in the 'burgh!

What dedication! Sounds like it was well worth the drive. (do they ship to NY for future reference?)

apparently the NYC (e.20's across the street from Theodore Roosevelt's childhood home) site has had some delays and won't open til springtime....alas.

Tyler,

Nope...no shipping. But Greg did mention that once the NYC shop is open, they may have a pick up location somewhere on Long Island.

Chris,

Thanks for the update. I highly recommend visiting the shop once it's open. I know I plan to!

Lenn, I can certainly understand you having to leave Long Island to find a great wine store. The one I've bought from on LI quite a few times is from Bottle Bargains in East Northport.(I know Mitch, the owner). This store focuses on very cheap prices (they buy what's on sale in huge quantities) and does not have a great selection, but occasionally they have a treasure or three at a great price. Haven't been to LI in a few years, though.

I heard they are open!

Lenn, thanks for the mention- just got some delicious spanish reds under $10. As always we search for quality and variety here at Grape Culture.

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