Archive for the ‘Wine Innovation’ Category

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Mastering the World of Wine Has Never Been Easier, Thanks to Evan Goldstein

Webinar and Education – Master the World An extraordinary educator, Evan Goldstein MS might have exercised his rights to the “gold” in his name; as in, a golden opportunity not only for himself, but also for us, when he created Master the World™; Learn Like a Pro. A new seminar is coming up on October […]

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Contactless Curbside Pickup Now Available ~ Covid-19 Adaptation

Making lemonade from lemons, during Covin-19… This may be a state by state legalization issue. In North Carolina, Raffaldini Vineyards & Winery is now offering this way of purchasing wine. It does put cars on the road, so there may even be road blocks along the way to consider, as you try to argue “necessity.” […]

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SevenFifty Daily Needs To Be On Your Radar, if it’s not already

[Image above is from the SevenFifty Daily Website.] On July 17, 2017, SevenFifty Technologies, Inc., the online platform for the beverage alcohol trade, launched SevenFifty Daily, a new online magazine, covering the business and culture of drinks. SevenFifty Daily is definitely on my radar screen. Editor in Chief Erica Duecy has created a Platform for […]

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Delectable Teams Up with VinTank to Unite Wineries and Wine Lovers

Delectable Teams Up with VinTank to Unite Wineries and Wine Lovers I’ve been very enamored with VinTank, the wine industry’s think tank, since their very beginnings. I really appreciate innovation in any profession, including the wine business. I find that it seems to move much too slowly. There are those – the farmers most especially […]

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Your Winery Photo is Beautiful and Boring

Your Winery Photo is Beautiful and Boring…. But, it can be a whole lot more interesting. I’ve been helping American Winery Guide; as you may know, if you read my blog. Although my job is complete as it was initially set out, I’m still keeping up with their growth, which is quite fascinating, and independently […]

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Red Wine And Wine Gadgets For Father’s Day, including a Spirits Aerator… for good measure

TODAY: Red Wine And Wine Gadgets For Father’s Day, including a Spirits Aerator… for good measure … Yesterday, I wrote about the 2012 Simi Sauvignon Blanc and the HOST CHILL Cooling Pour Spout. Breaking it up into two separate days just makes good sense, since we all know how little time we have for blog […]

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House Band Wines 375ml Flex Pouch ~ Juice boxes grow up with the kids

House Band Wines 375ml Flex Pouch is going to make its debut in Memphis during May’s 37th Annual Beale Street Music Festival this coming May 3 though May 5, 2013.    If you think the millennial demographic isn’t coming on strong… think again.  Juice boxes grow up with the kids, as evidenced by this image. I […]

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From Barefoot Cellars to Motivational Speakers…. Learn from the best

It was a beautiful summer day in Burlington, Vermont. My sister Merry and I were pouring wine for Belvedere Winery (which no longer exists). At the time, I was Belvedere’s director of communications and a district sales manager, representing about seven states. My sales areas included Northern California, Minnesota, and Puerto Rico… just mentioning a […]

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Batonnage of a new sort at River Road Family Vineyards and Winery

Batonnage, the stirring of lees after fermentation, at River Road Family Vineyards and Winery (RRFVAW) is performed by winemakers Joe Freeman and Ed Morris in a new fan-dangled way. It’s also important to note that assistant winemaker Ed Morris worked as a cooper for 11 years, prior to coming to River Road Family Vineyards and […]

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Lisa Mattson Receives the 2012 Diaz Communications Innovator of the Year Award

Each year, since 2009, Jose and I not only watch who’s a leading innovator, but we also feel, as seasoned veterans, it behooves us to call attention to someone within the wine industry who demonstrates serious innovative leadership. In 2009, 2010, and 2011, it was pretty easy to see innovation leaders… those who were creating […]