Last year's Superstorm Sandy took its toll on much of the Northeast, including wineries in Brooklyn's Red Hook neighborhood. Dry Dock Wine and Spirits was hit with three feet of water and Botta di Vino had significant cellar damage, but both are open again thanks to help from customers and winemakers. "We're trying to figure out how to make sure it doesn't happen again," said Mark Snyder of Red Hook Winery.
Superstorm Sandy knocked wine stores down, not out
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