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Tincknell & Tincknell, Wine Sales and Marketing Consultants
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Introducing Eco Terreno Wines of Alexander Valley. Wine distributors - interested in a new Alexander Valley brand made by Mark Lyon of Sebastiani Vineyards? 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon, 2012 Three Vine Red (Bordeaux blend), 2013 Chardonnay, and 2014 Old Vine Sauvignon Blanc. More information at: https://t.co/LqsMHxl6n9. Inquire by contacting T&T on G+.

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Well done animated GIF on which states are drinking more wine over the last 10 years. Mostly, blue states = wine-drinking states, and states that produce a lot of wine ... drink a lot of wine (no surprise there).

http://io9.com/an-animated-map-showing-which-states-are-drinking-more-1557526170

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Very cool winery in Mexico built out of recycled boats & other scrap: http://n.pr/1k0nuxi Appeals to the architect & wine geek in me!

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Great overview of advances in silk-screen labels on wine bottles by the North Bay Business Journal: http://bit.ly/1fkN8JY Great solution for small production runs. Great photo of long-time friend Mike Bergin of Bergin Glass Impressions, too.

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How alternative wine packaging is changing how and when we can enjoy wine.

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Our discussion on the complexities of pricing wine for the U.S. market. Factoring in the needs of the three-tier sales channel makes it a more complex process than most wineries or importers account for. Read more: http://www.marketingwine.com/blog/index.php/2013/10/getting-wine-pricing-right/

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Interesting twist on bag-in-box, the "bag-in-bottle." It'll be interesting to try this out when it arrives in the Bay Area.

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Two industries thrive when they realize cost savings by providing more convenience to customers: airlines and cruise lines. Reducing weight, maximizing storage, and providing luxury amenities benefits their bottom lines. Read more at: http://www.alternativewinepackaging.com/2013/06/12/convenience-comes-in-a-can/

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Europe does lead the wine industry in embracing alternative wine packaging, and it is gaining notice by the industry establishment.
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