I don’t normally write teaser posts, but this is something that I think you’ll look forward to.

Yesterday, the New York Times published a piece by Howard Goldberg that serves largely as a "Long Island Wine 101" Basic info with some "helpful" links on the Web for more information.

As I read through it, several things caught my eye as I’m sure you can imagine. But, because I’m on deadline for several projects over the next couple of days, I’m not sure when I’ll be able to craft a post about it.

But, I think my post will be thought provoking, both for wine lovers and for members of the Long Island winery community. There seems to be a scourge of "status quo" thinking in that community, one that keeps it from reaching its true potential. I’m hoping to change that… or at least make people think.

Like I said, I’m not sure when I’ll have time to put this treatise together, but you’ll be the first to see it.

In the meantime, go read Mr. Goldberg’s piece and start really thinking about it yourself.