Archive for the Tag 'Diaz Communicaitons'

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Steve Heimoff has left the building to explore the world of wine

This new position for Steve couldn’t have happened to a more deserving person… And, congratulations to KJ for recognizing that his talent will enrich all of their story lines. They simply made him that once-in-a-lifetime offer that he couldn’t refuse.

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Wine Writer Sue Straight

[Image of Sue Straight from San Francisco Chronicle wine judge Website.] Most of us know her as a wine writer, wine judge, a singer in her funky, down home bands, and a friend. But, when I first met Sue (over 20 years ago), she was working at Lambert Bridge Winery, with consumers on their direct […]

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Three wine picks from Wilfred Wong, Cellar Master at BevMo!

Today’s Three wine picks from Wilfred Wong marks the first wine blog entry by my friend and colleague Wilfred Wong, who is the Cellar Master at BevMo! Wilfred’s palate is highly regarded; his opinions matter a great deal. Please enjoy. Winery images have been borrowed from the respective wineries’ Web sites; for emphasis and their promotional […]

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LYTEshow replaces electrolytes after enjoying wine

LYTEshow replaces electrolytes after enjoying wine… And you deserve to know about it. Electrolytes… From Discovering Health: “Electrolyte is a “medical/scientific” term for salts, specifically ions. The term electrolyte means that this ion is electrically-charged and moves to either a negative (cathode) or positive (anode) electrode:” Continuing…. Electrolytes are important because they are what your […]

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Sometimes, Being Obvious With Marketing Is Just the Best Way to Go ~ Cheeseburger Red

When I decided that I wanted a wine blog, I thought about what the name was going to be. It just seemed that calling it what it was would be the most simple and direct way to go… “Wine Blog” I had bought a piece of sculpture years before, and I knew that I was […]

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Cool weather could be an advantage to this year’s Oregon wine vintage

Carefully watching Oregon’s weather isn’t a pastime. I’m keeping up with what’s happening to our Willamette Valley client Oak Knoll Winery and its neighbors [Image: Patty Skinkis] Just getting a press release from Oregon State University giving me up-to-the-minute info about their 2011 growing season, therefore, was a fascinating read. Then I realized, this is […]

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You won’t believe how many more Portuguese grape varieties I’ve found! (Part 2)

Image via Wikipedia First of all, I can’t believe how many of you were interested in the original blog posting about how many grape varieties there are in Portugal. Secondly, the re-tweeting of this one was immense. I’m totally surprised by the interest beyond my own. (Thanks!) Now, Part 2… The bottom line is that […]