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May 06, 2011

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Lenn,

Surely you must have heard about Jamesport Vineyards wine library and private tasting room too??
We have mentioned it's arrival in a few e-mails and tweets recently.

Anyway, let me fill you in along with the other NYCR readers........

Beginning June 1st, Jamesport Vineyards will have stocked our new wine library featuring bottles of wines dating back to 1986!! We have several thousand in total but will feature 150 to 350 at a time.

All of those interesting early years including '87 '88 '89 and some awesome wines from the 1990's including '95 '97 '99 Merlot, Cabernet Franc and even Pinot Noir! We'll be sure to have the "Best Reds of NYS" 2001 and 2004 Cabernet Franc as well.

We even have some bottles from the original winery- "North Fork Winery". Some Riesling from 1983!!

There is so much history in Jamesports' cellar and this being the 30 year anniversary of Ron Goerler Sr's planting of Jamesport Vineyards, we felt that it is a great time to open up the cellar for special events.

We will offer private tastings by appointment and will showcase our award winning wine with epicurean delights from many local restaurants and businesses.

Stay tuned!!

www.jamesportwines.com

Jake,

"Surely" is far from the truth in this case. I hadn't heard, but congratulations -- it sounds like another 'similar-but-different' program.

I've had some local wines from the 1980s fairly recently...and will have to come taste some more.

If you have not had the pleasure of visiting the winery furthest east on Long Island, then do come out to One Woman Winery for an intimate and unique tasting experience. Claudia Purita is the One Woman who does it all, from hand planting, tending, harvesting and making her own wonderful wines. The tasting room is in a tractor shed just off of Rte 48 in Southold and you will not be disappointed. Check out her recent (jan-feb) NY Times review and look for us in both the New York Magazine & The Post. Hope to see you there...ps did I mention she will be releasing the first GRUNER VELTLINER on the island within the next week or so??? Hope to see you there!!! K West

K West: I've tasted Claudia's wines (at Brooklyn Uncorked) but have had little luck getting in touch with anyone at the winery.

I guess I should send another introduction email.

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