A great wine returns in Italy, pink wine makes a stand in New York, and we learn that China’s largest wine-growing region has the world’s largest shifting sand desert as a neighbor.
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An article I came across recently made the observation that with the advent of sites like Cellartracker, “we’re all Robert Parker now.” There’s some truth to this, of course, and the growing acceptance of peer reviews as a valid measurement … Continue reading
Though we devote most Wednesday posts to the how-to of marketing as well as some of the concepts behind the marketing we should all be doing, sometimes it’s worth looking at marketing your wine shop from the business perspective.
Troubling legislation in Maryland, huge harvests in Bordeaux and Washington State. Oregon may say no to pot-infused wine, and more.
As Food & Wine’s excellent “March Comfort Food” feature points out, sometimes March is betwixt and between – not spring yet, for sure, but hardly the depths of winter. What to eat? And what to pair with?
Lots of interesting stories for you to share with your wine shop customers this week. Including two that hit our radar at the same time and which go together like peanut butter and jelly.
Is Amazon good for the wine business? What part of the wine business is it good for?
Yes, they are the youngest generation of legal drinking age and you’ve probably got very little in common with them, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be doing everything you can to attract them.
Grocery shoppers in Arkansas will have to wait for wine, UC Davis won’t have to dump their students’ wine anymore, and it’s not just other wine businesses who are eying your vineyard properties.
From Food52, we have this delicious lamb with garlic sauce.