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U.S. Wine and Spirit Industry Newsletters

Here’s a handy list of the most important wine and spirit industry newsletters in the U.S. Wine and Spirit Daily (WSD) ($380/year) Highly regarded, original content, often from news releases, focuses on breaking news headlines. Industry News Update...

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What’s Next, Next?

Liza Zimmerman did a great job of summarizing a “look over the horizon” based on one of the panel discussions held this week at Vinexpo New York in an article that ran on Wine-Searcher’s Newsletter. (You can read the whole article…and its worth it…here:...

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Metrics that Matter

One of the big challenges we face with new-to-the-U.S. and new-to-the-World suppliers is a practical understanding of social media marketing objectives and metrics. In the olden days (ca. 2010) fans and followers were what got counted, reported and used as a yardstick. Unfortunately those metrics...

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Chiaretto, Italy’s Surprising Rose’

I visited the Bardolino region this year with a group of other journalists and came away, surprised, delighted, and with a whole new appreciation of what makes Rosé, well Rosé.  My memory of the category was tainted with the bottles of Mateus and Lancer’s  we drank in college (and...

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Vinitaly International Academy Debuts in Los Angeles

Vinitaly International Academy (VIA) will run a new Italian Wine Ambassador certification course in Los Angeles, California, from February 18th to 22nd, 2019. The new course will be taught by VIA Faculty members Sarah Heller MW and Henry Davar and will feature lectures, guided tastings, tasting...

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Alice Feiring Sponsors New Wine Writer Competition

One of my favorite wine writers and a global leader in the natural wine movement, Alice Feiring has started a new competition called the Feiring Line Wine Writing Award. The competition is teed up for new writers who, as Alice says, “haven’t taken the plunge.” I’ve made my...

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Bologna Business School MBA has scholarships available

For those of you interested in graduate education in the wine and food business, the Bologna Business School should be a priority to consider.  And the really good news is that they still have scholarships available for next academic year.  Here’s a link to more information on the program: ...

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