I missed this while I was out of the blogging game for a couple weeks, but Jeff Miller of Long Island Business News wrote a piece about Lisa Granik's semi-recent op-ed in the New York Times.
I'm heavily quoted in the piece, even though I wasn't interviewed directly. Instead, Miller used quotes from my own response to the op-ed. He also used information from responses sent to the Times by local vintners.
Regardless, his story sure doesn't make Ms. Granik look like she knows what she's talking about--particularly given the quote from Richard Olsen-Harbich (who also contributes to this blog) that Miller uses to close the story:
“It is presented after one of the most successful years ever for Long Island wine -– from top reviews in the Wine Spectator and Robert Parker, record sales in winery tasting rooms and to a record number of placements on Manhattan’s best wine lists. Excuse me, what planet has this woman been living on?”
Read the full story.
Note: I've linked to the Google cache version of the story because the LIBN still thinks you should be a print subscriber to view their website. I guess they still think that it's 1997.