Monthly Archives: February 2011

Top Ten Signs Wineries Need Social Media

When playing cards as a kid, I initially struggled with the term ante. Eventually I gave in, and although nothing of value was coming back to me immediately for the hard-earned lawn-mowing cash I was handing over, it was required … Continue reading

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Ten Worst Wines of 2010 – Really?

What the heck? Why would anyone in their right mind even think of doing that? That’s just not nice – period! You know what, we agree! Things like people and wines are probably misrepresented or misunderstood more often than not … Continue reading

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California bids Adieu to Robert Parker

It’s a bittersweet loss for many, as Robert Parker Jr. has announced his tire-bouchon is being passed to a respected associate in the rating of California wines. There is no doubt in my mind that Robert Parker has been THE … Continue reading

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WineMatch’s Washington Road Tour

I’m really excited to take WineMatch on the road after six years in the making. The reasons are many, but unless you have already been to Washington, the fresh fish markets and fish throwing at Pike’s Place in Seattle, the … Continue reading

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A Wine Consumer’s Point of View

At the end of the day, perception is reality when it comes to a consumer’s willingness put down his or her hard-earned cash in return for a winery’s goods. But the consumer is confused. Let me explain exactly why and … Continue reading

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