A Celebration on Long Island

Dec 15, 2010

On Sept. 25, winemakers had another reason to feel good: The perfect weather held, and 700 people turned out for Harvest East End, a celebration of local bounty from vineyards, farms and fishing boats. Wine Spectator was the presenting sponsor. Wine Spectator executive editor Thomas Matthews explains.

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