Covering Audio & Podcasting, Storytelling and Wine Events

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Local Vines Go Global: Six Ways to Make Your Wine Event Stand Out in a Busy World

The world of events is always changing. To remain relevant your regional wine event needs to change too. It’s important to try new things to make sure people stay interested and want to come back year after year. 

Photo, 4k, middle aged group of females and males gathered around a large farmhouse table in a sun-drenched Napa Valley vineyard. They are eating a homemade meal of artisanal cheeses, fresh-baked bread, and a selection of wines from the region. The men and women laugh and smile as they share their stories and memories of past experiences in the area. The group is framed by the rolling hills of the valley and the vast blue sky above. The camera captures the moment from a slight aerial angle, highlighting the vastness and beauty of the landscape.

The power of regional level storytelling in wine marketing: how it can differentiate your wines, save you time at tastings, and support a sustainable and equitable industry

By developing a regional-level story, wine producers can create a compelling 

Focus on protagonists faces. The colors are bright and dramatic. The chaotic energy of the city below them is juxtaposed with the peacefulness of the moment they share, creating a unique and beautiful connection amidst the chaos

From Chaos to Connection: How to Improve the Visitor Experience and Build Stronger Customer Relationships at Wine Trade Tastings

I remember one of the first wine trade tastings I ever attended. I was excited to try all of the different wines

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Don’t Get Lost In The Crowd: The Six Wine Stories Your Must Tell To Set Your Brand Apart In 2023

Producing close to 500 episodes of Interpreting Wine podcast over the last half-decade I’ve attracted listeners from the whole wine sales cycle, including importers, buyers, sommeliers and retailers.
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Wine and Storytelling: A Perfect Pairing for Building Stronger Customer Relationships and Boosting Wine Sales

Storytelling is a powerful tool for marketers, and in the past few years, storytelling has become an increasingly important part of
The camera focuses on the speaker, but attention given to the audience. Memorable audio elements in the room. A wide-angle shot of a co-working space room filled with relaxed people all wearing headphones and earphones, all raptly focused on a speaker on the podium at the front in front of a mic. The speaker is illuminated by a spotlight. The colors are bright and dramatic. The mood is one of anticipation and eagerness.
Raise a Glass to Increased Sales: Ten Expert Tips for Amplifying Your Appearance on Interpreting Wine podcast

Producing close to 500 episodes of Interpreting Wine podcast over the last half-decade I’ve learned many lessons.

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How to sparkle on Interpreting Wine: The 3-Step Plan for avoiding a flat podcast performance

As a wine brand, appearing on Interpreting Wine is a great opportunity to reach a trade audience in multiple geographic locations,

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