When marketing to, for either goods and services or a job you must consider the environmental sustainability of your company. Millennials have grown up with more awareness about where there products come from, making companies feel obliged to disclose that information. The decision to buy from or work for your company could depend on those… Read More »
We keep hearing about the short attention spans of modern readers and viewers. We hear about the competition to be heard in all the noise of the net. Yet in the last few months we are hearing more and more about how people want long form content, not the typical 140-character sound bit of today.… Read More »
While Champagne or other sparkling wines are the traditional wines for special occasions like Valentine’s Day, sometimes you are looking for something different. This article by J.M. Kurt offers some German alternatives Wine Talk: Some German Wines for Valentines – Woodbridge Town News (press release) Wine Talk: Some German Wines for Valentines – Woodbridge… Read More »
Whipping up the perfect Valentine’s Day meal – CTV News CTV presented a show on creating a Valentine’s meal for that special someone. Here are my pairing suggestions. Wine matches for Chateaubriand would include big reds such as an Australian or Californian Cabernet Sauvignon or a Bordeaux such a wine from Pauillac, France For the… Read More »
Should You Bring a Colleague to a Networking Event? I was just reading an article called Should You Bring a Colleague to a Networking Event? The article presented two points of view. First, taking someone with you provides a way of introducing one another to others at the event; this is always a good thing. On… Read More »
Have a happy and prosperous New Year —- and don’t blow out any eyes with that Champagne.
Canada’s Top Wine Review Site I do reviews for this site as well. Natalie Maclean has been described as “Canada’s most read wine writer.” Her site is by subscription but interesting things to see for free as well. Click here for Natalie’s site.
Wine Spectator Top 100 Wines 2015 Each year, Wine Spectator editors survey the wines reviewed over the previous 12 months and select their Top 100, based on quality, value, availability and excitement. This annual list honors successful wineries, regions and vintages around the world. Many of these are not available in Canada, but those that are… Read More »