Ed Lewine on how Brooklyn's eclectic Red Hook Winery overcame Superstorm Sandy.
Edward Lewine is a journalist, book author and wine importer in Brooklyn, NY. For more than 15 years he has contributed to The New York Times, where he currently has a column, Workspace, in the Sunday Business section. Lewine has written two nonfiction books and his writing has appeared everywhere from Details to Fast Company. For the past two years he has been importing wine, olive oil and cheese from Spain.
- April 01, 2014Categories: FeaturesTags: sandy , red hook winery , mark snyder
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