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  • March 10th, 2010

    Wine News – Week of March 10

    It’s Cincinnati Wine Festival week!  Super excited about this weekend.  Looking forward to tasting a lot of wines with good friends.  In the meantime here is some wine news to whet your appetite for this weekend.


    Cincinnati Wine Entrepreneur Finds Inspiration In Heritage
    A great story of a former P&Ger who is now President and CEO of Heritage Link Brands, a wine importer that distributes African wine in 41 states.

    Wine Bars 2.0
    From the Food & Wine magazine blog, this is a quick read on the latest in wine bar trends including new style tasting rooms and places where you can get wine on tap.

    Wine-Girl’s 3rd Annual Wine Festival Survival Guide
    For those of you attending the big Festival this weekend, Michelle Lentz of Wine-Girl.net offers a great guide to get the most out of your experience.

    30 Wines in 30 Days (Wines you should know)
    Wine for Newbies is launching a series starting April 1, each day focusing on a different varietal.  Great way to get a Wine 101, especially if you drink each lesson!

    See you at the Wine Festival!  Also, feel free to follow Uncorked Cincinnati on Twitter for regular updates and random tidbits.


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