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February 28, 2011

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Any idea what happens to wine club members of the Tasting Room? Is that ending? Continuing?

Mike, that's a great question. I'll forward it to Theresa.

Thanks Len. Just to remind you, I (along with my brother Tom), met you at Paumanok last year (we were the two redheads -- a dead giveaway I'd say no?!). Thanks for the info on the Tasting Room!

Mike: Of course I remember you and Tom.

Did you attend the Paumanok dinner over the weekend? I didn't make this one, but I hear it was a lot of fun.

No we didn't unfortunately as the timing wasn't right. We are planning on attending the one in late March. We did attend the Lenz dinner last month at Jamesport Manor Inn. Eric Fry is a hoot. In speaking with him, he mentioned that his 2010's won't be available for at least 4-5 maybe 6 years years...he definitely has his way of doing things...I respect that!

Noooo! I love The Tasting Room and I hope that it comes back in some form again!

And clearly the pouring wineries thought The Tasting Room was working for them. Alie Shaper, owner and winemaker for Brooklyn Oenology said "I gained quite a bit of new business by having my wines available for tasting and purchase out on the wine trail. It has been a significant outlet for myself and my fellow wineries, and I'm saddened by its closure."

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