This is the second in a two-part series that considers the role and status of the millennial demographic in the future of the wine business. You can read Part I here: “Millennials We Need You”
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If you have tuned in to any wine news over the past weeks and months, there exists a heightened level of concern around the lack of engagement, consumption and overall interest by the millennial demographic with the wine category.
A Balanced Glass? These past few weeks have been a lot more about a balanced heart. Here’s what threw things a little off-kilter for me in the heart department: The SevenFifty Daily post about the Career and Salary Survey Report.
It’s that time when the Northern Hemisphere’s vineyard workers, cellar hands, winemakers, and grape growers gear up to capture another year of bounty. <<click on image to read more>>
Last Saturday I had the tremendous honor to offer closing comments at the first-ever Bâtonnage Forum, the sold-out, gritty, stir-the-lees conference in Napa that was convened by the indomitable Stevie Stacionis and her team.. <<click image to read more>>
Change and growth are intrinsic to a healthy career trajectory.
However in a small and tight-knit industry like wine, where "success" may be judged based on technical knowledge, networks, connections and tenure, maintaining your sense of self through transition can be tough.