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November 19, 2010


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Thanks Evan!

Credit for this blog's existence, as well as a third of the posts and the idea of getting us to add music selections, goes to our own KELBY RUSSELL. He has a very gentle way of cracking the whip.

Evan - thanks for this post about the Fox Run blog. I'd not checked it out before and found it a treat to read. It's been added to the list of blogs (along side NYCR of course) that I'll visit regularly.

And thanks to Peter and his crew for taking the time to post.

We'll be at my parents in the Finger Lakes for Thanksgiving and hope to stop in at Fox Run next week.

Hope all of the NYCR crew has a fine holiday.

That is a good one! I think a lot of us have become accustomed to seeing winery blogs which are simply marketing pieces and aren't interested in sharing information with readers. Off the top of my head there is at least one other really good one (Vellum, a Napa Cab) although I know it falls way outside of the NY angle of this blog. I hope they find the blog to have a good ROI so it continues, more information from smaller producers like this is always greatly appreciated.

Mark: You are absolutely right...but I'll go one further -- we're used to winery blogs being useless.

It's not really surprising that Peter and Tricia would be key to a quality winery blog. They are smart, fun, engaging people and that comes across on their blog as well.

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