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  • Here for business, but finding the time to work in some wine escapades. Last year I met several Chicago wine people at a Burgundy tasting, and earlier this year some more at La Paulee. So on short notice I decided to let them all know I was coming to town, and luckily I got a good tip on an excellent restaurant near my hotel, Nico Osteria. Have ... Read More

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  • So I'm in a marketing class that has been hired by a local wine company within the city (free labor for them, yay!). They're trying to market more towards the millennial demographic. My Professor described millennials as anyone born after 1982 (seems broad, I know) to 1994, the legal drinking age for this particular task. The class was given a s... Read More

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  • The hipster haven of Williamsburg is now home to Brooklyn's  – and New York's – first wine-wielding Starbucks.  The coffee superpower launched this month its “Starbucks Evening” menu at the Brooklyn location, in which a special menu that offers wine, beer and small plates of food will be available nightly after 4 p.m. The Wall Street Journal res... Read More

    From the article Starbucks Gets Bottle Shoppish in Brooklyn

  • Yount Street Glass isn't where you go for a glass of Merlot, Cabernet or any other drink for that matter. In fact, the wine itself has nothing to do with what's going on within the walls of the tiny Yountville (Calif.) business.  The wine bottles that once carried your favorite varietal, however, are on center stage for two artists who transform... Read More

    From the article That Merlot Looks Quite Nice on You: Duo Makes Bottle Jewelry

  • Thanks for your comments!@DMCKER: How I ended in China is a long story. But to say it simple, I wanted to get lost in a different culture with a different language. French is my mother language so I could have chosen France but the daily life experience would have been different :)I'm sorry I don't really know the origin of the expression "heroi... Read More

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  • Hi everyone! Let me introduce myself briefly. I come from Valais (the viticole area in the South of Switzerland), but I'm currently studying cinematography in China. I had to make a documentary as a homework assignment so I decided to develop the subject of "Heroic Viticulture" (mountain viticulture) from Valais.I've just uploaded my work online... Read More

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  • Now California's wine paradise has its very own airline. Earlier this week Wine Country Airlines debuted its new website ahead of the company's Aug. 1 inauguration day in which the company will fly its first routes after several delays.  In an article with the Lompoc Record's Kenny Lindberg, airliner boss Patricia Kerrigan talked about the forth... Read More

    From the article Flying In Style: Wine Country Airlines Launches

  • There were three of us, or actually 2 1/2 since my wife didn't drink much and doesn't like whites. The burgers were going to be 50/50 bacon/beef, which opened a world of possibilities so we decided to go all-American. Halcón Vineyards Prado to start, a 50.50 Marsanne/Rousanne blend that would have gone really well with the mushroo... Read More

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  • This past month the wine world suffered a blow when famed Calistoga wine writer George Starke died of aspiration pneumonia.  He was 93 years old.  The legend had been a wine writer for 50 years, a Napa Valley Register article said this week. His weekly column “Up and Down the Wine Roads” was a regular in the St. Helena Star and the Register up u... Read More

    From the article Industry Personalities Reflect on Loss fo Wine Writing Legend in George Starke

  • After a tryst with the new girl in town, several Bay Area wineries are going back to their first love.  This past Thursday, the San Francisco Business Times ran a story about wineries making the switch from synthetic closures to cork after two-stepping a few songs with the synthetic Siren. Reporter Chris Rauber approached the shift through the e... Read More

    From the article So Long, Synthetic: Some Bay Area Wineries Switching Back to Cork

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