Another New Year. I am hopeful as we started 2019 I notice a change in the large percentage of the consumers I speak to on a daily basis. Many but more than last year are not relying on phone apps, points, tasting notes or brand names any longer. I see many retaining the information […]Read More 2019! Wine Consumers Willing To Learn!
Good to be back from France and I hope you enjoyed my video montage of my journey. It was a Wine of A Kind Experience. For the younger ones, school started in most areas this week. For my blog followers, Wine School starts today. I hate to punish you on the first week of Wine […]Read More Wine School Started! Here’s Homework!
Both the consumer and the Sommelier in a Restaurant or Wine Retail Shop both want the same outcome. They want a great wine that meets their palate at the price they can afford. Sommelier’s are not used car salespeople. We have so much passion to make people happy and to spread the gospel to […]Read More Trust Your Sommelier
Somms like me, whether in retail or restaurants have a tough order to fill in order to recommend the perfect wine for consumers, when their only criteria many give use is to recommend a “Good Wine”. What constitutes a “Good Wine”> I look at wine from 2 perspectives. One is from a technical aspect […]Read More What Is A “Good Wine” ???
Correction in this video: I Said Nicolis AMBROSAN Amarone which we sell for $63.99 The Amarone Featured in The Video was 2010 Nicolis Amarone on Sale for $49.99 from regular pricing of $53.99 Both Great Amarones from Nicolis I Am Here To Help All Of The “Chosen People” Grape-fully yours, LarryRead More “The CHOSEN People”..Holiday Wine Gift Buying…Part 2
List Of Some “Originals” To Try Pinot Gris From Alsace France Instead Of Pinot Grigio White Burgundy Instead of American Chardonnay Red Burgundy Instead Of American Pinot Noir Primitivo Di Manduria Instead of American Red Zinfandel Right Bank Bordeaux Instead Of American Merlot Vouvray Instead of American Chenin Blanc Sancerre Our Pouilly Fume Instead […]Read More If You Only Buy Wines By Grape Name, Try The Originals!