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September 28, 2010

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It was a great event. I particularly enjoyed the Grand tasting, which led into the Gala dinner and auction. Running into so many people I knew or have wanted to meet, all having such a great time in such a beautiful setting! Gorgeous sunset, delicious food all for a wonderful cause.
Monica Forrestall
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A good time was had by all! The Roanoke Gabby's Cab Franc was also tremendous! Didn't get to the Meditazione, but did enjoy Channing's 08 Tocai, McCall's reds, Grapes of Roth (all 3) and lots of Sparkling Pointe! Didn't get to try everything I wanted to... already looking forward to next year!

Congratulations to the Chairman of the event, Roman Roth of Wolffer and event organizer Donnell Brown of the Long Island Merlot Alliance along with the Long Island Wine Council and primary sponsor the Wine Spectator.

We enjoyed the Riedel Wine Glass Matching Salon at Bedell Cellars with winemaker Richard Olsen-Harbich, who always brings top insight into Long Island winemaking.

Personally the higlight was the silent auction were I had the winning bid for two bottles of Hargrave’s first vintage 1975 Pinot Noir, and then to have Lousia sign a bottle. Priceless.

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