When someone says “it’s not just white” that you can pair well with chicken, we’ll forgive even a beer recommendation. Not that the recommendation is bad, but it’s not really our brand … Tasting Table’s article, What to Drink with … Continue reading
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Did you know that in the US, there are 62 chemicals that can be added to wines without having to be accounted for on the label? Also, Semillon, Malbec in three styles, is there a quintessential summer red, and WWJD.
Carving out a unique (at least to your market) and interesting niche is a critical part of building a vialbe retail wine business. You do want to be careful not to bite off more than you can chew, though.
Following up on last week’s column, we came across another reminder that if you’re not willing to be creative, someone is going to come eat your proverbial lunch.
Prosecco going from strength to strength, looming USDA cuts, property purchase in California with potential long-term implications, and weed and wine.
Much maligned in the wake of the movie Sideways, Merlot didn’t deserve the hate it got.
The best corkscrew, by category. Horses and grapes, ducks and grapes. Best and worst celebrity wines. And more …
You’ve got to have some confidence to tell your wine shop customers that a wine you’re recommending tastes “taste like sunshine” and “tells of brighter days ahead” but that seems to have worked for at least one Brooklyn shop.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock – and hibernating – for the past decade, you know that retail is undergoing a seismic shift brought about largely by the internet and ecommerce. What do these changes mean for your wine shop?