24 April 2014

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By Dr. Vino of Dr Vino's wine blog 5 months ago.
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Chris Sacca . Sacca, who has been described by the WSJ as "possibly the most influential businessman in America," is an angel investor who holds stakes in Twitter, Instagram, Kickstarter and Uber. (He also is an investor in Next Wine, LLC , which owns myessentialwine.com .) Betts says that they were up late after drinking "a lot of good wine" when Sacca urged him to consider how to bring his wine knowledge to a broader audience. …

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By Mike Veseth of The Wine Economist 11 months ago.
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…of their real estate investments and buy into the more credible U.S. currency. The WSJ reports that

In May last year, Argentine President Christina Kirchner strictly limited access to U.S. dollars and other foreign currencies in a bid to stem capital flight. With the Argentine peso facing about 25% annual inflation (government figures, widely discredited, set the rate much lower), and an unofficial exchange rate that has effectively devalued the peso sharply, demand is high for dollars. …

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By steve of STEVE HEIMOFF| WINE BLOG 12 months ago.
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…that experts exist, and they seem to be saying that people like this wider emphasis on lifestyle. The WSJ article quotes a VP of marketing at Banana Republic (which is owned by the Gap) as saying that his company has started advertising again in Bon Appetit and the other food magazines, after not doing so for years during the recession, because the "fresh [new] format and content...caters to an audience that's broader than just recipe readers."

So, too, wine magazines …

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By Dr. Vino of Dr Vino's wine blog 1 year ago.
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John Kapon ( Acker, Merrall); Jay McInerney ( WSJ); Doug Polaner (importer and distributor); Dennis Rosen ( State Liquor Authority).

In all, 145 votes were cast. I coded all vote-getters into industry subgroups. As a group, media came out on top with 35% of all votes. Sommeliers (and restaurateurs) came in next with 31% of all votes. Distributors and importers received 22% of the votes while retailers received a scant 7.5% collectively.

Slicing the numbers a bit more, …

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By zyvajeutre of 1 year ago.
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Supreme Court and its chief justice, mulberry factory shop , the WSJ notes that " Tolo TV is part of the Moby Group, cheap christian louboutin .

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Jackson Family Wines, owner of Kendall-Jackson and LaCrema brands, among others, may be investing in Oregon's wine industry through a couple vineyard acquisitions in the region. Peter Bouman, real estate broker with Oregon Vineyard Property, told WSJ that Kendall-Jackson is closing soon on two vineyard properties in the Eola-Amity Hills, and possibly looking at a few additional properties. "This would be about a 1,500-acre play, of producing vineyard properties, if it all comes down," he says.

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By Christopher Watkins of 4488: A Ridge Blog over 1 year ago.
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So, I was readin' the ol' WSJ the other day, and I came across an article about my man Stephen Tanzer. As any reader of this blog will likely know, I've been a Tanzer man a long, long time; since even before my days at Ridge (hard to believe there WAS such a time!). I certainly [...]

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"It's Pinot. It's the ultimate high-IQ red, smoothed into the contours of a Cleopatra." Andrew Jefford, The World of Fine Wine Issue 36 "It's hard to overstate Burt Williams's influence: since its creation, Williams Selyem has been the mothership of Sonoma Pinot Noir." Jan McInerney, WSJ December 1-2 "We don't ...

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Burt Williams Receives Overdue Recognition in WSJ Jan McInerney published a tribute to Burt Williams in the December 1-2, 2012 issue of the Wall Street Journal titled, "How Burt Williams Became Pinot's Patron Saint." As he points out in the article, the last wine Burt made, the 2009 Morning Dew ...

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By Neil Pendock of Pendock Uncorked over 1 year ago.
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…interviewed me in...

Cartier: great interview in the WSJ. Pity about the title The Monday interview in the Wall Street Journal with Bernard...

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