This year, Nomacorc is again a supporter of the Drink Local Wine Conference. We asked Jeff Slater, director of global marketing at Nomacorc to tell us a little bit about their company and why they support local wine.
That’s right ladies and gentlemen, we’ve hit the big time. How do I know? Because we’ve been mentioned in the Financial Times. None other than Jancis Robinson is helping draw attention to wines made in states other than the “big 3″.
Leading up to the DLW 2013 conference in Baltimore on April 13, some may wonder why Maryland wine matters, or why they should make the trip to attend the conference. Guest blogger Carlo Devito offers his perspective.
Our friend Christian Schiller of Schiller-Wine gives us a preview of what we can expect, and what we should seek out (Blue Crab, yum!) at this year’s Drink Local Wine Conference on April 13 in Baltimore. In his article, Christian gives a little history of Maryland wine, four ways to eat blue crabs, and a summary of [...]
This week, as part of our fifth annual Regional Wine Week, we’re running posts outlining some of the biggest changes in regional wine since we started wine week in 2009. Today, DLW co-founder Dave McIntyre writes about the changes in regional wine marketing –- from practically nothing five years ago to programs like Virgina’s, among [...]
This week, as part of our fifth annual Regional Wine Week, we’re running posts outlining some of the biggest changes in regional wine since we started wine week in 2009. Today, DLW president and co-founder Jeff Siegel writes about the change he has seen since that first wine week. By Jeff Siegel The New Mexico [...]
How about this for news? There have been some 4,000 downloads of Olivia Wilder’s Internet radio show, which she did live from the Nomacorc-Colorado Twitter Taste-off during DLW 2012. That’s the most ever in our history. Kyle Schlachter at Colorado Wine Press talks about Joe Roberts’ look at local wine and local food, while Joe [...]
Joe Roberts, 1 Wine Dude, weighs in on why local food and local wine don’t always get along: “To understand why this isn’t such a no-brainer, I think we need to first look at local restaurants as not actually being that local…” And video, from Kim Kolb — one here and one here. The complete [...]
Or so notes Ruth Tobias on her blog, Denveater. Her post neatly encapsulates the pairing local food and local wine, something we have been pounding away at for years. Thanks, Ruth, for taking the concept and advancing it one step more. There are more posts about the conference, including Todd Godbout’s look at the Nomacorc-Colorado [...]