Need a break from Coronavirus news? In Episode 75 of The Four Top, we learn that everything we thought we knew about nutrition was wrong, and discuss a time when the federal government of the United States was espousing incorrect information about how to improve the health of the general population. (Sounds familiar, doesn’t it?)
For decades, the nation’s top health authorities told Americans to avoid natural proteins and fats and dig into carbs. The result was obesity and associated diseases. After you hear our fascinating conversation with journalist Nina Teicholz, longevity expert Dr. Miles Hassell, and Olympia Provisions chief salumist Elias Cairo, you’ll be sold on the nutritional value of butter and lard and the beneficial probiotic properties of—yes!—naturally fermented charcuterie.
I’m writing an article on new trends in rosé this spring. What are you doing differently this year?
Whether you’re importing, producing, selling rosé retail, or consuming, you may be upping your marketing, doubling down on DTC, finding ways around tariff restrictions, or drinking profusely on your fire escape.
Drop me a line and let me know how selling or consuming pink is different for you in spring 2020—a spring like no other.
“The State and Feds think that the wine industry is booming because people are sitting at home drinking wines….”
In response to my first newsletter, I heard from many of you in the wine industry about how you are adapting to this trying time. A few of you shared your recipes for homemade hand sanitizer. Some spoke of a labor shortage due to (unfounded) fears—not of virus exposure, but of increased police surveillance. One of you developed a new job for an employee with underlying medical conditions. Click the button and scroll down to read more…
I work with Vin Agency, a creative firm that serves fine wineries with custom web design, brand strategy, and marketing consulting. Part of this work entails composing email newsletters and release announcements. I thought I’d share my own letter with you so you could see what I’m up to. Contact me if you’d like to learn more.