FlowsEase Wine Pourer Client Featured in Forbes

For many wine consumers, the temptation to drink the same few grape varieties, from the same places where those wines are most well-known, is overwhelming. But the wine world is far bigger than that, and the dual factors of an exponentially growing consumer base and a changing climate that is allowing the successful cultivation…

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Wine Tasting Room Essentials

Any experienced retailer will tell new entrepreneurs that a key to being successful is offering customers something unique, which ultimately differentiates them from their competition. In today’s market place, with the number of options consumers have in terms of purchasing retail goods and services.

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Wine Tasting Room Tips

Wine Tasting Room Tips

Recently, a friend of mine who just started to get into wine asked me about tasting room etiquette. Is it mandatory to buy bottles? It is appropriate to tip? How does she ask for “the good stuff”? Go ahead and swallow. There’s no need to spit. “It’s not all about education,” Jones says. “It’s okay to drink a little and have some fun.

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American Wine

American wine has been produced for over 300 years. Today, wine production is undertaken in all fifty states, with California producing 89 percent of all US wine. The United States is the fourth-largest wine producing country in the world after France, Italy, and Spain.

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Wine Aerator

An aerator’s purpose is to expand the surface area of wine, which allows the air to mingle with it. Aerators force air to be circulated throughout it, the end result is a wine with an expanded aromatic profile and/or softer tannins.

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