Archive for the ‘Bordeaux’ Category

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PR 101 ~ Did you say thank you today?

Tweet PR 101, let’s talk the basics… This blog has me jumping though some interesting hoops. I get asked all kinds of questions, and I do my best to answer them, because I also learn something in the process, too. Hi Jo, my boyfriend is a  wine lover and blogger and has mentioned to me […]

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Social media is quicker than going to the library and using the Dewey Decimal System

I get asked everything, as this Email shows. If I’m asked, I’ll find an answer… somehow.

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Rutherford Dust with Theatre of the Mind, a 90 degree sojourn on a 100 degree day

Tweet We arrive in Napa Valley and it’s over 100 degrees in the shade… I wonder, “What is this going to be like… I could so easily have stayed in the office (because of the heat). But, I messed up the year before with my promise to be there, and it wasn’t going to happen […]

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Investing in fine wine ~ What a sensible investment, given the times we’re in

Tweet I don’t have the space for a wine cellar, nor is my house the right, consistent temperature… Like I could even live in 55 degrees all of the time, 365 days a year; nor could I live in cave conditions, blocking out all daylight. So, I was never going to be collecting wine; however, […]

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Educate Your Palate By Trying Old World Versus New World Wines ~ The Red Version

Tweet This is a lead-in from two earlier posts, because it sets the stage, if you didn’t read either blog: Wine and Lunch With the Somms and Sellers ~ Young’s Market Style Looking to Quickly Educate Your Palate? Try Tasting Old World Versus New World Wines ~ The White Version My friend Chang Liow of […]