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July 20, 2006


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Lenn, why do they call it Roanoke Vineyards? When I see Roanoke, I think of that location in Virginia both in the current sense and the historical "lost" colony. Is there a town or a village on Long Island called Roanoke? If I saw it on the shelf, I'd think Virginia wine...

Jason...Roanoke Vineyards is next to Roanoke Avenue and in an area of Riverhead called Roanoke Landing :)

I can understand the confusion though...most (including myself) would make that association.

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