We could learn a lot from Linda.
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Image 1: A collection of mock-up photos of some of my Everything Nice 2.0 line of #sweatshopfree tanks and tees from my @etsy shop, printed and shipped by @printfulhq ~~
Image 2: My dear friend sweetly posing in the Coffee & Wine & Everything Fine tank on #nationalwineday 🍷
Image 3: Me posing next to a statue of a frog playing the violin (because why not?) on a recent trip to a botanical garden, wearing my Brilliance & Fight & Everything Bright tee. The tri-blend fabric is super soft and comfortable! ~~
Image 4: Me posing next to a statue of an extinct Mammoth (apparently I like statues? 🤷🏻♀️) on a recent trip to an historical/archaeological exhibit, wearing my Ambition & Heart & Everything Smart tank top. ~~
Just wearing those words -Brilliance, Fight, Ambition -declaring loud and clear the kind of woman I aspire to be, makes me feel a little braver, a little bolder. ~~
@igrannapp from @winefolly: Happy #NationalWineDay ! Whether you're in the wine industry or have just been meaning to get more into wine, we're here to help out. Our Wine 101 guide is a great resource that can help you get started or round out your knowledge. Cheers! (link in bio)
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Repost from @stemwinegroup using @RepostRegramApp - Happy National Wine Day! We have volunteered to celebrate with a glass of Napa Cab from our friends at the BNA Wine Group. We hope you enjoy a glass of your favourite wine today! Salute! @bnawinegroup #NationalWineDay
Aloxe-Corton, Burgundy, France: I wish more of the wineries in France had us do our tastings outdoors, but they’re all so excited to show off their cellars that are centuries old and filled with miles of wine, that you can’t really blame them! We did three formal wine tours, a full day in Cotes du Rhône, a half day in Burgundy, and a half day in Champagne, and with all of the tours, our tour guide was the one pouring the wines at each vineyard. My understanding of why that is, because each winery is so small, they can’t afford to hire a dedicated staff member to greet visitors and pour tastings. I felt like it was a very symbiotic relationship between the wineries and the tour guides. The guides get paid well to trolley wine lovers around, and don’t have to grow any wine themselves - they just develop relationships with a handful of wineries, and then bring their groups there, presumably paying for the bottles that are drank out of what we pay for the tour. The wineries are the opposite, where they have the facilities, cellars, and wine, but no staff member can be spared from the labor intensive work in the vines, so they get a salesperson in for a few tours a day, and are usually lucky and sell a few bottles. In the US nearly every wine tour I’ve been on, if you buy a bottle or two, the price of the tour or tasting was waived. So I have to assume that our guides are very happy when we buy wines, as they probably don’t have to pass on their portion of our tour fee that went towards that tasting. But hey, at least that incentives them to take their guests to wineries they really love! Have you ever done a tasting conducted by someone other than a winery employee? Is this the norm in Europe, or only on guided tours? #hungerlustfrance#burgundy#grandcru
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When it comes to producing your favorite bottle of wine, climate change can have a huge impact. Click the link in our bio to learn more about the effects environmental changes have had on the past, present and future of one of history’s most storied beverages. #NationalWineDay
Beaujolais Wine Region, France: These trees felt like they were straight out of a Dr. Seuss book! We saw them dotted around this part of France here and there. I was speculating on my insta stories what they were, and my fiancée’s dad thinks they are French Sycamore Trees which they also have in Tucson, AZ! Anyone else agree? The small building you see in the back was part of the Beaujolais winery in the Moulin a Vent region that we were able to wander in for a tasting. The tiles you see on top are traditional in the Burgundy region and are glazed 3 times: the first to harden them, the second to seal in the color, and the third to give them a shiny glazed finish! I’ll be posting another famous building from Beaune soon that also boasts the tiles. #hungerlustfrance#beaujolais#sycamore