Last week, we looked at the idea that wine recommendations may not matter any more in a world filled with apps and algorithms that tap into the wisdom of the crowd for everything from electronics to books to music to, yes, … Continue reading
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OK, you’re going to have to open that bottle of bubbly, whether you’re a fan of the stuff or not. So why not make it worthwhile and build a meal around it, complement it, and make it less of an … Continue reading
Here are a few fun articles to share with your wine-loving audience and end the year on a light note.
The greatest gift of any kind may be education – it is quite possibly the closest thing anyone has to a silver bullet for whatever societal problems are at the top of your list. But it’s also a great gift … Continue reading
In an age of “user-generated content” and computer algorithms, does offering advice to your wine shop customers even make sense any more?
Not the most seasonal of meals, salad, but that’s precisely the point. Sometimes, after a season’s worth of overindulgence, a light, bright salad is exactly the perfect meal.
We’re down to the wire on gift giving time, so here are some ideas worth sharing with your (desperate) fans, followers and customers.
No, not the Ebenezer Scrooge spirits. Whiskey, gin, vodka … Not everyone loves wine. And even though wine lovers are probably the most important part of your audience, you’re overlooking an opportunity if you don’t carve out at least a … Continue reading
You may feel you don’t stand a chance in an era of online behemoths, but there are advantages to being small, nimble and personal.
From Al Gore and climate change to vandals in Italy, a less-stodgy consumer view in the US, and the on-going cork debate, we have surprisingly wide-ranging news from the wine world this week.