Archive for the ‘Imports’ Category

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Organic Wines from importer Véronique Raskin

Tweet From yesterday’s post: Today’s organic wine options are superlative: The Organic Wine Company Organic Wines from importer Véronique Raskin As we tasted through the wines that Véronique Raskin presented to Sue Straight for Sue Straight (Wine Wench), Mindy Joyce (Sugar Fly Marketing),  Jose and I to taste, the first wine instantly reminded me Sarah […]

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Today’s organic wine options are superlative

Tweet Jose and I, with our friends Sue Straight (Wine Wench) and Mindy Joyce (Sugar Fly Marketing), recently tasted 17 imported, organic wines. It’s always insightful, when the wines are from another countries. And this time, most especially, since they were all organic. I’ve been an organic proponent since the 1960s. It just made great […]

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Organic wines and a bird defect

Tweet I just don’t get out much lately. I’ve got so many things to do that joining others… taking that precious time… has been eluding me for a while. Jose and I just made the time, with our friend Sue Straight (Wine Wench) and her friend Mindy Joyce, to taste 17 imported organic wines. What […]

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Do you ever wonder, “Why do imports seem to cost less than domestic wines?”

Tweet Here are some thoughts… Do you ever wonder, “Why do imports seem to cost less than domestic wines?” Each day I analyze who’s clicking onto my blog, from aggregated sources. I found my story, the one about Marlene Rossman, an extraordinary wine writing talent, coming through to be from BabyBoomerKnowledgeCenter.com. I re-read the story […]

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Non-GMO wine – Score!

Tweet Natural Merchants has receives Non-GMO Project Verification for 29 core wines imported from Europe. Yeah! If you don’t know, I’m a huge Non-GMO wine proponent. Who knows where these experiments will go, and honestly, we’re the guinea pigs. That just boils my butt… I’ve got kids and grand kids who have problems with digestion. No-one […]

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musings of lavender and wine publicist advice with Tenuta Polvaro

Tweet This past week, I spent many hours working, writing, meeting people, enjoying children, and harvesting some lavender on Sunday… which brings me to musings of lavender and wine publicist advice with Tenuta Polvaro. I felt guilty cutting some fresh lavender from my garden bees; but, then I remembered that the lavender is very much […]

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Amelasio Tempranillo es una seductora

Tweet Amelasio Tempranillo es una seductora (a seductress): an enchantress, femme fatale, temptress, siren all describe this wine… With its deliciously ample and full bodied flavors, this wine was a just delightful one to enjoy. Brought to us (imported) by Vinos & Bodegas of Ciudad Real, Spain, the 2010 Amelasio Tempranillo’s color is cherry red with […]

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Are you thinking of importing wine?

Tweet Are you thinking of importing wine?  Then, you need to read and bookmark this blog post, and get the book. I’ve yet to see anyone articulate it so well. that’s because Deborah M. Gray falls into the category of been there, done that, and wrote the book on it. “How to Import Wine, An […]

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Chile ~ Wine & Food ~ New Arrivals

Tweet With so much time away from my blog and work, I have so much catching up to do. Yesterday, the Foods From Chile consolation prize arrived… a box of foods from that country, which also includes a great canvas tote bag. These canvas bags have replaced paper bags in my Big John’s supermarket. They […]

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Embarking on my own Greek (Wine) Odyssey

Tweet En Oeno Alethea ~ In wine, there is truth… Odyssey (Greek: Ὀδύσσεια, Odysseia)… Dictionary.com’s Greek word for “a long series of wanderings or adventures, especially when filled with notable experiences, hardships, etc.” I’m thinking that the wine will negate any hardships… This blog posting has been inspired by Eklektikon, a Greek import company, that […]