https://tractorsarena.com/fk7b70mm5r As wine has become more and more popular in the United States thanks to the new generation of wine-savvy Americans and the many new wineries and wines — domestic and foreign — that are finding their way to more and more American markets, wine has become BIG BUSINESS there.https://www.bakersfieldpropertysolutions.com/2022/06/20/unrk0gymbf
And sadly, more and more, wine retail in the U.S. has come to be dominated by so-called “big box” stores that have the ability to buy wine in extremely large quantities, thus driving down the end-user price.https://www.basicgoodness.com/2022/cc2vnk0xy
https://mechanicslien.com/4stey4p3yfx But one of the side-effects of this phenomenon is that it has become increasingly challenging for independent (and independently minded) wine and food shops to compete with the big box stores. As a result, it seems like there are fewer shops that specialize in wines like ours: Authentic wines that reflect local traditions and not just passing trends in the wine industry.
https://www.bakersfieldpropertysolutions.com/2022/06/20/xtu3jef5 That’s just one of the reasons we were so thrilled to learn that the Jug Shop in San Francisco, one of the best independently owned and family-run wine retailers in the country had added our Otello to their shelves (above).
https://www.hefren.com/blog/o4bdsp7d7sy Our U.S ambassador and blogger Jeremy Parzen aka Do Bianchi (the dude who writes these posts) recently visited and led a staff training for the Jug Shop team (below).
One his way over, he stopped into Cheese Plus, a cheese shop that stands literally across the street from the wine shop. They expertly sliced some Prosciutto di Parma for him and hooked him up with a beautiful wedge of Parmigiano Reggiano. It was the perfect way to show why Ceci is such a popular wine in Italy and especially in Parma, where it makes for the greatest pairing with local salumi and cheeses.
https://www.america-ecotours.com/3utg35z4qu Thank you, the Jug Shop! We love you! You are awesome…