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Guest: Anthony Sannino, Winemaker from Sannino Vineyard
Guest Bio: Owner and winemaker at Sannino Vineyards established in 2006. Member of the American Wine Society and graduate of the Wine Educational Program at U.C. Davis in 1998.
Segment Synopsis: Host Kristen Jarnagin dives into the Fall season on Long Island sharing tips for the best leaf peeping spots and a look at what’s harvesting on the vine with Sannino Vineyard Winemaker, Anthony Sannino.  For an overview of the segment and more, please visit www.discoverlongisland.com/blog/
About Discover Long Island:
Discover Long Island is the official Destination Marketing and Management organization charged with furthering the $6.1 billion tourism economy for the region. The organization contributes to the economic development and quality of life on Long Island by promoting the region as a world-class destination for visitors, meetings and conventions, trade shows, sporting events and related activities.
About Kristen Jarnagin, President & CEO, Discover Long Island
With more than 20 years of experience in the tourism and hospitality industry, Kristen Jarnagin oversees the official regional organization charged with furthering Long Island’s $6.1 billion tourism economy. A Long Island transplant from Arizona, Jarnagin’s vast knowledge of the tourism industry spans from state tourism marketing, branding a luxury resort and serving as a lobbyist for tourism advocacy.
Kristen and her team at Discover Long Island work to promote a positive perception of Long Island across the globe, which draws lucrative visitors, stirs business attraction and drives economic development throughout the region. 
She’s twice been named one of the Top 50 Women in Business on Long Island and is a graduate from the acclaimed Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University.  Her favorite pastime is discovering Long Island with her two daughters and reigniting the passion for this place we call home for Long Island natives.