How Much do YOU Know… About PINOT ??? #Infographics & Guide to #PinotNoirhttps://t.co/OM3AnZEnAn@AngeGardienVin pic.twitter.com/5HaH2I8OJu— Julien Miquel #Wine (@JMiquelWine) 22 Décembre 2015
The chosen Startups went through #33entrepreneurs as well as #BonAppetech. As I missed the first wave being only second in Montreal for the 33USTour, I had to hit the battleground again to be part of the Grande Finale in California ! We practice our pitch and play to our strength like the tagline of the contest suggests!
We knew technology and product were good, but it’s how you explain user benefits the trick. So we asked our customers!
TOP LEADERS AND THINKERS
The future of wine may not be e-commerce and who is going to be the next amazon of wine? First because it might be simply be Amazon itself (with drones with obviously Cellier Domesticus technology inside). The Uber of wine shopping is not exciting, it is as most convenient for the distribution chain of value. For the sustainability of certain grape or even vineyards we need to have a better use of our ressources and energy. Climate and wine industry depend on it.
ANALOG MAY DISRUPT DIGITALWe don’t really dream of Drones delivering bottles of wine to our door. Why, because it’s human being at the vineyard, in a caviste, a restaurant or by friends pouring the wine and sharing their experience that makes it enjoyable and very unique. Drinking wine is a face to face thing. That global experience about wine makes it so divine. In my opinion Vino Volo the airport wineshop nailed it with understanding that the staff must be trained and communicate well about wine. Even in an airport
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|Hit the wave of change! Let’s play with the power and goodness of nature.|
Let me share a secret about my favorite #wine #region for a weekend, only 4 hours from Montréal and less than 3 from Toronto!
Closson Chase new Chardonnay vintage kickoff private party was a very pleasant event, with serious collectors form Toronto or Ottawa, very enthusiast about previous vintages. It was a good opportunity for me, to discover their new Chardonnay and to meet the passionate team making the wine.
|Me in « Enchanted Chardonnay »|
|Keith sucking barrel into the beer Pichet|
With a nice group of music under the tent and excellent bouchées, introducing the new vintage, Seaton McLean told us that CCV Chardonnay 2013 just received 94 points from Decanter in next September Edition. People behind CCV are tenacious pioneers facing challenges like the frost damage in last May, but the owners have been patient enough to get their maturity, a hard work and a loyalty that pays off.
|Link to Chardonnay South Clos 2013|