« Pinot Noir in New York: It Takes Location, Expression and Passion | Main | Taste Live on March 31: Finger Lakes Pinot Noir »

March 10, 2010

TrackBack

TrackBack URL for this entry:
http://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00d8341d0dbb53ef01310f86d7f3970c

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Q&A: Kitty Oliver, Marketing and PR Director, Heron Hill Winery:

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Wonderful to read about Kitty, who is one of the most impressive and professional people in the Finger Lakes industry. I have no doubt that John Ingle recognizes what a talent she is. Kitty, fun stuff, and thanks for your hard work and responsiveness to writers.

Kitty Oliver has always inspired me. I filled her spot at the architecture firm in LA when she left and they were definately big shoes to fill. I am so glad to hear she is doing so well back in NY and that she is applying her talents. Cheers to that!

Kitty,
I'm not surprised to hear this magazine would do a feature on you. I remember you made an impression on me the first time I met you. You have an engaging personality whether at work or when you entertain at your home. It is a very nice article....

Great article and Kitty's made me hunger and thirst for hot chili chocolate and port. And I definitely have to try the Cabernet Franc too.
Thanks.

Thanks for all the great feedback! It's been an amazing experience working so closely with writers all over the country. I can appreciate their talent and admire their drive. Nika - I hear you're doing a fabulous job at the architecture firm! I miss everyone there (and the beach), but have loved the shift into wine. Winemakers and Architectural Designers share a lot of similarities! Both are striving to create the perfect piece of art. Deb, if you hadn't given JP and I the chance at creating our own dream home on your old plot, we'll we'd be no where close to where we are now :). Karen, enjoy the chili chocolate for me! I'm sure I'll be traveling down to Erie next summer to stock up.

The comments to this entry are closed.

Long Island Restaurant Week

The Cork Reports are protected under a...

  • Creative Commons License

Empire State Cellars


A Taste of Summer


Experience Finger Lakes

NYCR Advertisers




Become a NYCR Sponsor