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08.2010

Massachusetts Beverage Business

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THE LITTLE IDEA THAT MADE IT BIG

The BBC’s Dragons’ Den should be kicking itself right about now. The venture capitalist television show where entrepreneurs pitch ideas to a panel of business experts and ask for financial backing not only turned down James Nash and his “cup-a-wine” concept, they flat out told him the idea was useless. Well, Nash persevered and brought his idea to life. Now, not only is he having the last laugh, he’s laughing all the way to the [...] Read More »

RIEDEL: CASUAL AND AFFORDABLE

Love Riedel glassware but can’t quite swing their lofty price tags? You’re in luck! The elite glassmaker is introducing two new players to its Riedel Restaurant line: Degustazione and Restaurant XL. Created as an entry level restaurant collection, Degustazione offers both a red and white wine glass at an accessible price point ($2.99 per glass). Advancements in Riedel’s tools and techniques have made it possible to offer these lower prices for restaurant grade glasses. Restaurant [...] Read More »

RIEDEL: CASUAL AND AFFORDABLE

RIEDEL: CASUAL AND AFFORDABLE Love Riedel glassware but can’t quite swing their lofty price tags? You’re in luck! The elite glassmaker is introducing two new players to its Riedel Restaurant line: Degustazione and Restaurant XL. Created as an entry level restaurant collection, Degustazione offers both a red and white wine glass at an accessible price point ($2.99 per glass). Advancements in Riedel’s tools and techniques have made it possible to offer these lower prices [...] Read More »

NEW ZEALAND AND FRANCE SET THEIR SITES

Prepare for a wine blitzing! Both New Zealand and France are planning major marketing pushes in the US to promote their countries’ wines. The New Zealand government will spend NZ$1.2 million (US$816,OOO) to help the country’s top wineries grow their presence in the US. The funding, to be spread over two years, will focus on New Zealand’s top wines. The marketing initiative brings together 58 wines from 21 of the country’s most notable wineries. New [...] Read More »

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