The Cleveland Clinic took another look at the heart benefits, or the theory that there is one, from red wine. — Read on http://www.wdtn.com/news/ohio/here-we-go-again-red-wine-healthy-or-not/ Here’s a look at my research on the subject. Moderate Consumption of Wine is Good For Your Health If Jesus turned water into wine, maybe he did it for the healthContinue reading “Here we go again: Red wine healthy or not?”
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What It’s Really Like to Be a Black Wine Professional | Wine Enthusiast Magazine
From bringing hybrid wine to the forefront to prioritizing mentorship, here’s how Black wine professionals are making their mark and facing challenges. — Read on http://www.winemag.com/2023/02/27/black-wine-professional/ Really great article with lots of resources to dive into further. The focus is on Sommeliers, vineyard owners, and Winemakers so if you’re an industry professional slinging a bagContinue reading “What It’s Really Like to Be a Black Wine Professional | Wine Enthusiast Magazine”
Beckstoffer To Kalon and the Mystery Bottle | Wine-Searcher News & Features
An intriguing lawsuit pits an opportunistic wine company against a Napa heavyweight. We know which side our money is on. Read the latest wine news & features on wine-searcher — Read on http://www.wine-searcher.com/m/2023/02/beckstoffer-to-kalon-and-the-mystery-bottle Looks like I found the basis for my next book!
Should Black Celebrity Wines Be Considered Black History
Drinking Wine While Reading
Wine and Fiction Survey
The complicated relationship between BIPOC and the alcohol industry.
Working Inside The Box
Reflecting on my 20 years in the wine industry is bitter-sweet
Breaking Out of The Glass Box
All one has to do is look at the Board of Directors for any distributor, wine region, or other wine-related organization to see that these boards are not inclusive. Leadership is not given away quickly, and if the position is not directly related to selling wine, you will be hard-pressed to find an inclusive atmosphere. Equally, the largest Black-owned wineries have less than stellar records regarding personnel in positions that are unrelated to the face of the company or came from nepotism. Most of the established Black-owned wineries are with large distributors with little BIPOC throughout their organizations. Many brands that enjoy the most significant revenues from the BIPOC community have little outreach to support them these communities in their time of need; some of these brands have even expressed displeasure with Black people drinking their wines in the past.
Being Black in the White World of Wine | SevenFifty Daily
Dorothy J. Gaiter talks about her experience as a Black wine journalist in an industry that has been slow to shed its identity as an exclusive all-white club… — Read on daily.sevenfifty.com/being-black-in-the-white-world-of-wine/