My latest article for Nomacorc calls for greater accountability and truth in winery marketing.
In Cavalier Career, we explore the will to do good work. So what kind of work does it take--really--to bring wine to the table? Consider:. A harvest crew skilled not only at picking fruit, but hunting rabbits. Courage enough to traverse war-torn Syria in a taxicab full of ripening grapes. Nerve to skirt the law, particularly in … Continue reading “It’s important to find your lens.” In conversation with writer Cathy Huyghe
In previous posts, I've conveyed that the wine business, while deeply satisfying, remains hard work. Admittedly, it might sometimes be work with idyllic vineyard walks and glitzy parties--but hey! It's a grind, in its own way.
We are each born with a prize inside, Cracker Jack- style. The trick is to dig it out and let it shine, rather than trash it with the empty, sticky box.
Since summertime, I've been sharing tales of trailer life in Sonoma wine country via Grape Collective, an online wine magazine with quality, sometimes quirky content. I'm thrilled that my story is finding a wider audience. You'll find those posts here. Meanwhile, I'll keep adding updates here at Cavalier Career.