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January 25, 2010


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Well said. This tasting demonstrated that for young regions like Erie/Chautauqua, step one is making clean, quality wines. But for regions that have made those strides, the next steps come in producing world-class wines that show a sense of place. Events like this put doubts that it's happening to rest.

"unless "too many good wines" can be considered a hitch."

You should be flogged immediately for that statement!

Looking forward to reading the outcome of the tasting.

OK, we're holding our collective breath. Not that we would want to rush a decision, but ...

Our winery is proud to have been included in your tasting, and we are proud to be among the very good wine makers in New York. As all of New York's wines get better, it's better for all of New York's wines.

Thanks NYCR! (not intended to curry favor)

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