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December 16, 2010


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This is just a really great thing. I am upset now that we decided to not stop in there while we headed out of Ithaca a few weekends ago. I hope that this helps the region, and breaks it down for new visitors. It really is a complex terroir, and I hope it helps educate all of us in some way.

Why does Long Island not have something like this?


How exactly is David "spreading the gospel?"

I have never received one press release during the whole process and not one release to announce its opening. I do, in fact, write about wine in two separate Finger Lakes newspapers, not to mention national magazines--plus, I've known David for more than 20 years!

I'm baffled.

Good question Mark, I bet it would be hugely popular (if LI had one too.)

Is this center independent from NYWGF, local wine trails, etc? If so, I love the concept and wish someone would do something like that here on Long Island.

Having a center here that could pick the wines it wants to offer -- hopefully without "having" to stock the not-so-good stuff, would be amazing.

I brought visitors here shortly after the opening -- wine aficianados very familiar with big California wines -- and they very much appreciated the chance to sample a range of some of the best wines our region has to offer. Congratulations to David Sparrow!

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