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November 03, 2011


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The store looks great! Congratulations!

Wow! Great job. Good luck and we'll stop by soon to stock up!

Great store - on my next trip downstate I'll swing by. If there is anything we (Winebow) can do please let me know.

Looks Terrific! Thanks for displaying our gift boxes! Can't wait to visit.
Congrats from Napa Wooden Box Co.

What a truly massive accomplishment, and a significant day for New York wine. I would hope and expect this story will get picked up in all kinds of news and wine media.

It seems that many stores have "rare wine" rooms. I have this dream that this store will have a rare wine section with older vintages. That would be great. I imagine most of the stock is new release material?

Jim, congratulations, and can't wait to visit. And we'll be sending anyone we possibly can your way.

Thanks Evan - In fact we've started that rare wine collection already. We're actively seeking ANY rarities that the wineries would care to part with for tastings, for display, and for sale. Our oldest is several 82 Hargrave Cabs in pristine condition.

Looking forward to visiting this on my next NOFO trip. I wonder if anyone has thought about creating a branch of the store up in the FLX? I'll bet LI wine would be considered "rare" upstate.

Paul is right. We're thinking an Ithaca location would be terrific.

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