Why your wine business needs CRM

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I work in technology, but my heart is in wine. Every day I see things in the wine business that frustrate me; every day I see how archaic some things can be. The wine industry is notoriously behind the times when it comes to technology, and is even slower to adapt to new methodologies. What – read full article –

Pulling it all together

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Now that we have seen the grapes come in and the base wine made, it’s time to pull it all together.  It’s time for the assemblage! Assemblage is the process of choosing which case wine will be blended to make each sparkling wine.  Each base wine can be classified in to different levels of wine, and the – read full article –

Where do we go from here?

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I’m a wine blogger.  I’m a wine writer.  I’m a wine lover.  All of these things are true.  As a wine blogger, I sometimes become discouraged with the lack of traffic, and total death of the comment as interaction.  Recently, however, I have been reframing this doomsday mentality with the new social media.  is it true – read full article –

The People's Wine

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So I’ve told you a bit about Cava, and a bit about the history of Segura Viudas. Now, let’s dive in deeper. While Cava is Spain’s sparkling wine, it is also the national beverage. It’s a drink for the people, and isn’t reserved for special occasions. Cava can be seen every day, in bars, in restaurants, – read full article –

Cava cools you off…

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It’s hot here in Spain, even though it’s only March. There hasn’t been much rain, and you can feel it all around. The rivers are dry, the air is dry, the vines are dry. One critical observation about Spain is there is an inordinate amount of smog at atmospheric gunk. While I believe most of – read full article –

The Lone Ranger no more! **WINNER – The Wine Hiker**

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Rhone baby.  That is the word of the month!  Happy March 1st, and happy Rhoning.  If you haven’t guessed by now, you should have your wine glass packed, and your taste buds ready for a Rhonetastic celebration! On March 24-25th more than 100 producers of American Rhone wines will be on hand in San Frnacisco – read full article –