Archive for the Tag 'US'

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Labor Day and Caring

Another Labor Day weekend, and I feel the need to take it back to where it originally started… It’s about Labor and who’s caring about who’s working, and the conditions under which people are working. I wish some big trade union kahuna would figure out that if that unions could just get into any of […]

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Silicon Valley Bank’s Wine Division Findings Point to “Value Being in Vogue”

Throughout the Silicon Valley Bank report, written by Rob McMillan, founder of the wine division, are references back to the Jerry Maguire film, all leading to “Show me the money!” Well, that’s what we’re all needing right now… A beacon in the economic storm that we’re all currently navigating in our fragile sailboats; one sheet […]

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Delia Viader ~ Viader’s Daring

I once wrote of Delia Viader of Viader,  Her Heart is in the vineyards; her soul is in the bottle! Nothing has changed along those lines, but the fabric of her story has become more rich and vibrant with additional experiences, since we last met two and a half years ago. Yesterday, I began a story […]

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The Economics of Importing: Regency Wine Group Sees a Bright Future

Two favorite links for this week: Winemaker Jeff Miller: Will This Wine Age? Winewriter Nikitas Magel: Grapes & Gastronomy Regency Wine Group While wanting to learn and write about wine importers, in order to better understand this side of the wine business, I expected to hear about how bad things are out there in light […]