All day long I pontificate and stress to wine buyers what their consumers will be wanting, thinking, and craving. I’ll link in my features and benefits with what my main focus and priority product is, I’ll give my pitch, and close like the master I am.
Does anyone like this stuff in the first place?
That fact buzzes in my head. When did we leave out the human connection to a brand, a grape, a pretty label? In all the marketing decks I study (ok, skim), there is Nielsen data, statistics on market profitability, and so on and so on. What I want to know is who is drinking it and what do they think?
I’m not attracted to over-blown wine snobs; they turn me off. I want authentic, solid, and positive people going in the same direction I am. I also want minds that look at both sides of the coin, outside the box, and well, can tend to be eccentric. Anyone that finds pleasure lifting a ton of weight for two hours in a hot gym after a full day of work is hired as a reviewer for Wine Girl Gone Wild.
Acacia Pinot Noir was in my wine bag that day, and I knew it would be a hit with this crowd. Why? Everyone loves this grape. The wine seems to hit all the high points of flavor wine drinkers are looking for. This Pinot Noir is from California; bolder fruit, medium body where others may tend to be lighter. The texture is rich and inviting. In past blogs, I discussed feeling a wine during the tasting process; where does it go on my palate, what is tugging at my senses, and how does the wine linger after I swallow it? All elements that come alive with Acacia Pinot Noir, and reasons that attracted my reviewers. California Pinots also give me a spice at the end; a harvesty warmness that makes me feel at home.
Go Here: Buy Rite Wine and Liquor; 650 Shunpike Road, Chatham, NJ. Ask for PJ. He just purchased enough Acacia Pinot Noir to last him throughout the season. (unless you buy it all…)
Have This In Your Purse: Around $20.00. You may find a sale, and you most likely will come October. DO NOT BUY A BY ACACIA – this is a different wine. The wine we tasted in this blog is the Acacia CARNEROS Pinot Noir. Just show them the blog.
To see what really happened in the gym, check the video below.
A big shout out to Brazen Athletics for allowing me to take advantage of your members and coaches after a grueling barbell club evening.
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