Archive for the Tag 'Wine Enthusiast Magazine'

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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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Win a Trip to The Texas Hill Country

Everything really is bigger in Texas: It’s the No. 5 wine-producing state in the U.S., the Texas Hill Country American Viticultural Area is the second largest in the nation and its most promising wines boast supersized flavors. Visitors may flock here to sip wine, but they end up drinking in the romance of the region, too.

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Shipping wine in the US no longer a nightmare for understanding, thanks to Wine Enthusiast

Thanks, Wine Enthusiast Magazine for making shipping wine in the US no longer a nightmare for understanding. This info graphic changes that constant and complicated moving target, with the easiest way to figure this out EVER. Jose and I have helped so many clients as Diaz Communications, when they make those Direct-to-Consumer decisions. I’ve learned over […]

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Putting the Delicious in Dark & Delicious Petite Sirah®

Putting the Delicious in Dark & Delicious Petite Sirah®

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Celebrating Earth Day (April 22) by focusing on a very green wine writer ~ Paul Gregutt

It’s not easy being green, as “Kermie” likes to sing; but then, all good things take more thought, understanding, and commitment. And by a very green wine writer, I don’t mean “green” by experience; I mean green by social consciousness. Earth Day is this Sunday, and I thought that I’d not focus on green wines […]

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The 10 Most Important Wine Bloggers in the US, Paul Mabray Inspired

The most important thing to remember with any list is that it’s subjective to the author, and it’s limited by that person’s experiences. I’ve heard a lot of scuttlebutt about Paul Mabray’s 9 Most Important Wine Bloggers in the US list since it was published; and it’s a good list, based on his experiences and […]

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If you don’t want the truth, ask an employee ~ If you want the truth, ask a consultant, like Darryl Miller

I’m usually brutally honest, because lying is abhorrent to me. I think it ended when I stopped going to confession. As a small child, I’d have to make up lies; so I’d have something to discuss with the priest, who needed to bless me. “Dear Father, please forgive me, because I did this, I did […]

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Meeting someone extraordinary ~ beyond Karen Stanton is Ginny Ruffner

[Images are from the Ginny Ruffner The Movie Website. Ginny Ruffner is on the right.] I couldn’t wait to meet Paul Gregutt, of Wine Enthusiast magazine. We’ve known each other over the miles for what seems like forever. Who knows when it all began. He’s a writer in the Seattle area, and it’s my business […]

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Keynote Speaker For the Ninth Annual Petite Sirah Symposium ~ Mark Oldman

Mark Oldman, author of Oldman’s Brave New World of Wine is the Keynote Speaker at the Ninth Annual Petite Sirah Symposium, Sponsored by Concannon Vineyard, Livermore, California. Tuesday, July 26, 2011, 8:30 a.m. $100 for members of PS I Love You ~ $150 for non-members Mark Oldman, most recent author of Oldman’s Brave New World […]

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Virginie Boone ~ Wine Writer #41 ~ Wine Enthusiast Wine Critic

Before Virginie Boone was working with Wine Enthusiast, she held her own as a wine writer. I first became aware of her at the Santa Rosa Press Democrat. Windsor, California is a bedroom community to Santa Rosa, so she was one of “our own.” When I had heard that she had been hired with Wine […]