Thomas Pellechia was winemaker at his Finger Lakes farm winery (1985–93), owned a wine shop in Manhattan (1999–2004), writes two regular wine columns in Upstate New York newspapers and has written feature articles for national and international magazines, as well as four blogs and three books (a fourth to be released in 2014).
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