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Welcome to Wine.com, the #1 online wine store since 1998. Our mission is to become the trusted resource for the wine enthusiast, whether shopping for yourself or sending a gift. We strive to offer you a great selection, low prices, convenient delivery and information that helps you enjoy wine with confidence. Originally founded in 1998 as eVineyard.com, we purchased the Wine.com name in 2001 and have grown into the #1 online wine store by annual revenues, (source: Internet Retailer Top 500 Guide). We’ve served millions of customers, from casual enthusiasts to collectors to Fortune 100 companies. Our headquarters is in San Francisco, CA, and we have fulfillment locations in ten states. Our 100 year-round employees are experts in their fields -- wine buying, software development, logistics and service – so that we can deliver you a customer experience second to none. We hope you enjoy your visit! – Description from CFabi

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  • Is the menu at 14:39 what you were referencing? If so, it looks this version of the film was cropped, since you can't see the whole menu.Yes, Alan, that's it, and, as you said, the menu is cropped on the YouTube copy.  However, here is another copy.  Check 14:52.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBfK43dCaHUMy old brain has lost many cells.  It i... Read More

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  • Hey EMARK, I found "The Rains Came" on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-yfOLoUAxcIs the menu at 14:39 what you were referencing? If so, it looks this version of the film was cropped, since you can't see the whole menu.Thanks for the idea. Read More

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  • Hoping to shift gears from my current career in HR to one in wine. Currently looking into:- Wine educator- Importing- Wine writingJust curious if others have made a similar shift, and would be interested in sharing any advice!Thanks Read More

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  • Thank you for all the interesting ideas. I will try reaching out to some of the experts suggested and see if anyone responds. Thank you for the great links STEPHEN HARVEYD9sus4, I am a huge reader of English mysteries and a BBC TV lover, and, yes, sherry, cocktails, whiskey and brandy come up a lot. Yet, I've read historical accounts that during... Read More

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  • Hello,I am a writer working on a historical piece, and wondered if anyone had any ideas about what fine wines and champagnes Londoners would have been drinking in the late 1930s. Surprisingly hard to find!Thanks,Alan Read More

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  • Interesting Article on Australian Wine Exportshttp://www.beveragedaily.com/Markets/Chinese-demand-continues-to-boost-Australian-wine-exports   Read More

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  • My wife is quite a food fan and watches lots of food lifestyle programmesLast night one of the programmes had a segment focussed on the Californian Wine Industry - now being on Fox I am not sure of its dateThe main thrust was that due to continuing drought conditions in California and increased temperatures Californian Wine was being produced wi... Read More

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  • https://hbr.org/2017/07/a-study-of-the-champagne-industry-shows-that-women-have-stronger-networks-and-profit-from-them?utm_content=buffer04b39&utm_medium=social&utm_source=linkedin.com&utm_campaign=bufferInteresting Article on CHampagne Grape pricingAs an aside we seem to be almost totally devoid of female commentaryWHen last active on the forum... Read More

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  • Roy Piper did a good video on the cost associated with producing a $150 Napa Cab. It really comes down to economy of scale. The higher your production numbers the better the profit margin. But this is considering direct to customer sales. Distributors eat up a large portion of the profit so DTC is really preferred when you get into higher end wi... Read More

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  • Drink it. Unless you can prove beyond doubt it was cellared that for the last 40 years in a temperature and humidty controlled environment it won't fetch much in the open market. Personally I'd be kinda po'd if I saved a wine for my kid and when I gave it to him he tried to flip it. C'est la vie.http://www.winebid.com is a good place to start. Read More

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