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Monthly Archives: February 2015
At the end of the day, the greatest wine is red.
I promise, I am not trying to be provocative. This is a past Masters of Wine question, and due to that fact, and the fact it seems like it will be a lot of fun to tackle… I’m taking the … Continue reading
Posted in Dame Wine Tagged Carbonnieux, GreatestWine 2 Comments
Is choice of wine bottle closure dependent on effectiveness or marketing?
It is funny how the universe seems to push you to write about a certain topic. A couple of weeks ago, on February 2nd, a few guys representing the PlumpJack winery group visited Sherry-Lehmann with the release of their new … Continue reading
Posted in Dame Wine Tagged closure, natural cork, Odette, PlumpJack, screw cap, technical cork 1 Comment
How would you sell wine to a Martian?
Sometimes these unorthodox questions are thrown around in the wine industry. It seems the key is to understand a customer that was truly foreign to the seller, and use selling tactics that were based on the understanding of that foreign … Continue reading
Posted in Dame Wine Tagged Marlborough, New Zealand, Oz Clarke, Waitaki 2 Comments