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August 29, 2011


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I saw at least two other winemakers post on Facebook that there was no damage of note in their vineyards. And having watched many rows of Macari from my windows yesterday, I can say that the same appears true there.

Overall my take is that healthy vines will have done fine and the loss of trees is more due to age and type. Lots of Norwich Maples on the North Fork and they are not known for having strength as they get up in years.

Sorry, NORWOOD Maples.

Lenn, it's good to see grapes on the vines. I was wondering how well everyone fared. Hope you get your power back soon!

It is good to hear that our Vineyards on Long Island are OK. Just in time before most wine events happening. We are looking forward to visit the east end soon to enjoy all of the wine tastings and dinners.

I interviewed a Maryland winemaker the other day - he's on the DelMarVa peninsula, and said they really had a lot of rain (which drained off) and some wind.

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