Subject: China wine market NOT double the US - Public Perception of CA Wine-Producing Regions - Economic Confidence Index in the U.S. Remains Lower - Jerusalem Fire in Lake County grows to 14K acres - Hill gets year in jail -- AUGUST 12, 2015 - WINE NEWS FETCH
Date: 2015-08-11 18:47:44
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DAILY NEWS FETCH - August 12, 2015
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Could ship-to-store purchases be the future of direct wine sales? Scroll down to see some surprising numbers from Daily Data.
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Ship-to-Store now attracts two in five US digital buyers
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TODAY'S FEATURED WINE...
... is a cautionary tale of the dangers of wine by the glass.
Lately, I've had some really awful glasses of what might actually be decent wine.
And they were all by-the-glass at places that should know better.
Like ordinary consumers, I find by-the-glass is a great opportunity to try new wines without having to buy a whole bottle.
But mishandling wines sold by the glass by a restaurant or bar can trash your reputation.
These Bounty Hunter wines by the glass (above) were mishandled, old and stale. But a consumer would think they were representative of the wines ... and avoid them.
Read the rest of the article: How by-the-glass wine sales can trash your reputation
WINE REVIEW POLICY: For winery tasting samples, gifts from friends or family or samplings at a party or event, review it truthfully, but only if I like it. If I have paid my own very-hard-earned money on a bottle, the gloves are off and it gets what it deserves ... whether perfect or puerile.
Please click this link to check out Lewis Perdue’s wine preferences.
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