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Wine critics vs. wine consumers

April 17, 2008

There is a great post in The Pour, Eric Asimov’s blog in the New York Times: “You can please all the people, or you can make great wine”. It is the usual controversy on the critics’ role in the wine business: should consumers follow blindly their reviews or should they appreciate a wine only on […]

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Making wine at Boeing

March 4, 2008

Yes, Boeing employees are making wine! I’m not joking: it was in the International Herald Tribune issue of last weekend. What’s the deal? Thirty years ago, some Boeing employees created a wine tasting club. Nothing fancy, nothing original. In later years, it changed into a beer and wine making group offering tastings, trips, equipment and […]

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Discovering The OpenWine Consortium

February 29, 2008

A few days ago I was invited by wine professional and blogger Robert McIntosh to join the OpenWine Consortium, a new community of professionals and wine lovers more specifically dedicated to my passion, Web Marketing and Wine 2.0. Being a big fan of forums and communities, I jumped in to join and since then I […]

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