Joseph tells us about the moment he decided to create the best shatterproof wine glass for wine enthusiasts, as well as the biggest challenges bringing the idea to life.
Because these dudes are that funny. Episode 77: Well, we have a fun and funny inside scoop on the how, the why and the wine that brought this popular wine-lover and beer-lover! Helena, and the company will continue to create all designs and molds for product lines.
For more about govino please visit them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, P interest, and at www. The Stotesbery investor group, comprised of family members, has purchased all assets including brand technology, product lines, distribution and customer database.
Napa Valley vintner Pat Stotesbery and his family first became Napa winegrowers in 1996 purchasing their first small vineyard only six days after arriving in Napa for what was supposed to be a vacation.
We cannot thank him enough for the support, tips and laughs while we got the podcast up and running.
A lot. Funding from the Stotesbery investor group will allow the company to accelerate expansion and broaden the product line beginning immediately. It was recyclable, light, and easy to take along when calling on accounts. The acids and tannins are gorgeously balanced, but a little on the low side.
More Supplier News. Episode 75: We love you Meg from South Dakota! TENacious Tasters: You want your podcast when you want it, and your wine when you want it. This is from the Montelupo Albese area in Piemonte, Italy.
Barbera is one of my favourite, versatile grapes. You may remember us fan-girling about the shatterproof genius that is govino. Jeff and the boys can be found every Friday morning in your downloads if you subscribe to their show. You can get a Sherry refresher back in episode 65.
It was from this experience the idea of a blown polymer, stemless glass was born. You may remember this guy from Episode 35: In fact, we love them so much that we designed custom 16-ounce glasses with our Wine Two Five logo!
Perrulli knew there had to be a better way to gracefully serve wines on-the-spot, and set his mind to finding a solution. This one is super soft, loaded with dark berries and dried red flowers thinking like hibiscus tea , and probably should be drunk now if you have it.