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You’ve got to be pretty confident – a la the New York Times – to call a long-form article, “How to Drink Wine.” But you can still get a lot of mileage out of the idea without being nearly that … Continue reading
We’ve written about this a bit lately, including an article on consumer ratings and reviews of your wine shop. So I was excited to see another wine business expert weighing in on the topic.
Immigration in California, wines of New Jersey, Oregonians asking for a handout, Canada is ready for its closeup, and if Millennials aren’t changing the way you sell wine, you may not be selling wine very much longer …
We’ve spent plenty of time offering oddball pairing ideas for the fun of it – the best wine for various kinds of cake, the best wine and Halloween candy pairings, and son on – but there is a more serious … Continue reading
Hangovers and thinking person’s wine, affordable Burgundy, reasons to drink more wine, and what the stars say you should be drinking this month.
Here’s an idea inspired by a post on Wine Pages website in the UK. It will help your customers understand their palates while you learn more about their preferences. That’s good wine shop marketing!
We talked last week about the value placed on peer ratings and reviews, but that was about reviews for products. You might consider tapping into that power for your wine shop and not just the wines in your shop.
Fighting wine counterfeiters, the perception that Pinot makes, the Riesling revolution in New York’s Finger Lakes, and who drinks more wine than we do?
Cake and wine are quite possibly the perfect food and drink pairing ever imagined. Or the worst abomination facing humanity since that old friend of Rudolphs’s …