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June 23, 2011


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I'm sure your list will include those wineries that don't send you samples.

Silence: Of course it will. Thanks for commenting, be it anonymously.

Based on your IP address, you're in government, so maybe you need to be careful with what you say publicly.

I was a fan of Vintage NY before I was into wine...boy, do I miss that shop! Are there plans to expand Empire State Cellars elsewhere than the East End?

We applaud Jim and Peconic Bay on their new endeavor and wish them much success in the future. These types of stores are vital to the growth of the New York wine industry and we look forward to seeing a Finger Lakes presence on Long Island.

Many other regions have regional and cooperative tasting rooms and retail outlets, and given the success in these other markets, I expect more of these venues will open throughout New York in the coming years.

Cheers to New York wine!

Morgen McLaughlin
President, Finger Lakes Wine Country

This is a wonderful opportunity for NY Wines. I applaud Jim for taking this step. This fills a huge void left after Vintage NY closed. I hope to see other locations open up strategically throughout NY.

Super exciting! Congratulations to you. Most beneficial to NY wine. Would love to see several of these in the state, helping to sell NY wine and not Wine in Supermarkets!

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