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June 24, 2010


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Nice piece!! Great job, Lenn!

Another shocking turn of events. Musical chairs out on the Cutchogue/Peconic Boarder. We will now wait and see where Pindar turns.

Les was making strides and because of him Pindar's wines were excelling. Good things await Les and I hope good things await Pindar Vineyards

Congratulations Les!

Great choice by Raphael! Congratulations, Les!

Will certainly be interesting to see what Mr. Howard can do at a real winery that is clearly dedicated to making quality wine.

I'm of the belief that his talent was wasted the last few years.

Michael: Shocking might be a little over-stated. Raphael is one of the real jewels of the North Fork. We all knew that was going to be a hot job once it opened up.

Anonymous: I think you're being a little hard on the folks at Pindar. I haven't had any myself, but I know that Les is very proud of many of the wines he made there. Quality is up across the Island and Pindar has Les to thank for that.

That said, I'm sure Les looks forward to a more streamlined portfolio where he can focus all of his attention and talents.

Smartest thing Raphael ever did.

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