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  1. Making Wine on The Niagara Escarpment Arrowhead Spring and Robin Ross

    Making Wine on The Niagara Escarpment Arrowhead Spring and Robin Ross

    "In the years since we've grown grapes here, we haven't had any loss due to frost, and I've had vineyards planted here since 2006." Robin Ross of Arrowhead Spring on growing grapes in Niagara
  2. Experimentation in the Finger Lakes: Nancy Irelan of Red Tail Ridge

    Experimentation in the Finger Lakes: Nancy Irelan of Red Tail Ridge

    Emerging wine regions need winemakers who have the creative vision to push through boundaries and challenge conventions. Red Tail Ridge in the Finger Lakes is working with Teroldego and other nontraditional grapes such as Dornfelder.
  3. Long Island's Smallest: OR Winery

    Long Island's Smallest: OR Winery

    "A small vineyard would "ground me" after living through the collapse of the Trade Center on 9/11. As a survivor, I was looking for a means to readjust. It has become a focal point for my future as well as a legacy for my grandchildren." Michael Smith OR Winery
  4. Red Hook Winery: Three Years After Hurricane Sandy

    Red Hook Winery: Three Years After Hurricane Sandy

    Red Hook Winery was hit by Hurricane Sandy on Oct. 29, 2012. Three years later, they have made a full recovery.
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