Tom Wark’s post “Time to Embrace the Elitist Character of the Wine Drinker” makes several crucial points that I wholeheartedly endorse: I want to suggest
Margaret Rand raised this issue on Tim Atkin’s site last month, in an article titled “In Search of Familiarity”. Rand argued that familiarity is far
Each week we bloggers are on the look out for profoundly meaningful conflict to write about. This week it took the Internets only until Tuesday
Well that’s a loaded question. It depends on whom you ask. Consumers would say pricing is out of alignment with quality. Winemakers might say there’s
Alphonso Cevola’s post last week on the future of Italian wine got me thinking more about the aesthetics of branding, which I wrote about recently.
It is obvious from research done on consumer preferences that many consumers are attracted to the design features of the objects they buy independently of