If you’re reading this blog, please note, it’s my personal journal about being in the wine business…
Okay, I have a love/hate relationship with the show “Scandal.” The intrigue, I love. The fast talking is like a bad Seinfeld episode…
Sorry, Peter, that I’ve called you “wacky.” I mean it the best possible way. When I’m dead and gone, I hope people refer to me as having been “wacky.”
Having our own wine PR and marketing company has brought visibility to who Jose and I are; but, it’s having my wine blog and being on Facebook that has stretched and magnetized who I am as a brand.
Tweet [Image borrowed from the San Francisco Chronicle Website. Image by Lea Suzuki.] A great idea turned into a reality ~ Wilfred’s Weekend Wines It all began with a conversation started last past Saturday, from an epiphany that I had while reading my Facebook page. There was Wilfred Wong posting wines that he had tasted […]
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 […]
Tweet When asked about what makes for a great brand’s name, this story immediately comes to comes to mind, filed in the most creative department… A vineyard is a Hard Row To Hoe, and no one knows that better than Don and Judy Phelps of Manson, Washington. So much so, in fact that that’s what […]
Tweet Ah… Winemakers Being a champion of the underdog has always been a calling. It stems from being one myself, and it was Life Lesson # 2. Life Lesson # 1 comes at the age of two, when we don’t get our own way. We can either get over it and learn that that behavior […]
Tweet Wine sales reps, want to simplify? If you’re a wine wholesale dinosaur, you can move on. I have nothing here for you… Only those who love to innovate… you know, those early adopters… are the ones who will want to read any further; because you’re open to great new ideas and how to streamline […]
I get asked everything, as this Email shows. If I’m asked, I’ll find an answer… somehow.