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June 30, 2010


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Welcome to the world of wholesalers - it can be the greatest feeling to experience the impact your hard work can have on the growers you represent. The look on their face when you first tell them about a BTG pour in a well known restaurant is priceless.

Cheers and much success,

I wish there were a company doing this for wines from throughout New York, not just Finger Lakes wines. That's the kind of program the industry needs targeting restaurants all over the state and beyond, not just NYC!

Thank you Rick!

And thank you Lenn - in the future we plan to expand to other wine regions of NY, and to upstate restaurants. Currently, NYC has the smallest representation of New York state wines, so we decided to start there. Once we get a good foothold, we look forward to expanding across the state.

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