How to read a wine label: Part Four (Chilean Wines)

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been sharing tips on how to examine wine labels from different regions. First with US wines, next France, then New Zealand. This week’s region was requested by a fellow grape geek, John. Let’s discuss Chilean wines! Chilean Wines (Classified as New World) Red grapes account for approximately 73% ofContinue reading “How to read a wine label: Part Four (Chilean Wines)”

How to read a wine label: Part Three

In week one, we discussed wine labels from the United States. Week two, French wine labels. This week, I’m going back to the New World to share tips on New Zealand wines. New Zealand is the world’s easternmost and southernmost winemaking country (cool climate). New Zealand North Island Regions Northland, Auckland, Waikato/Bay of Plenty, Gisborne,Continue reading “How to read a wine label: Part Three”

How to read a wine label: Part Two

Week one of my “How to read a wine label” series, I shared tips on how to read a wine label from the United States. This week, let’s focus on France! I won’t include Champagne region in this post since I’ve covered it in a previous blog post. France (Classified as Old World) Not labeledContinue reading “How to read a wine label: Part Two”

Viral Customer Service Stories from the Restaurant Industry

I’m so thrilled that my past work at Morton’s is still being shared as a lesson in great customer service and word of mouth marketing. Check out these heart-warming stories! Below is the full story from rewardsnetwork.com 5 Examples of Restaurant Word of Mouth That Became Big News March 26th, 2013 at 7:00 am byContinue reading “Viral Customer Service Stories from the Restaurant Industry”