Efforts to save New York winery prove fruitless

Hofman, Mike
August 1997
Inc.;Aug97, Vol. 19 Issue 11, p26
Examines the failure of the Bridgehampton Winery, a maker of premium wines, on Long Island, New York. The initial success of the business; The closing of the winery due to bad vineyard land and lack of cash, after new owner acquired business; The efforts of Lyle Greenfield, the owner of the winery.


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