First off, everyone here at Palmeri Wines hopes you had a wonderful holiday season and entrance into the New Year! Especially if they were filled to the brim with fermented grape juice!
2013 is undoubtedly going to be an incredible year for Palmeri Wines. Harvest was exceptional, we are gaining more recognition as a boutique winery, and our personable wine club community is honestly too enjoyable. There are some exciting changes as well, which will only increase our guaranteed “yummy factor” and have you beg for some more of our delicious red wines.
This post, however, is my last post. Hopefully there comes a time in every internship where the intern moves on from that enjoyable entry position of getting the coffee, filing the paperwork, cleaning up after the office dogs, and becoming wow-ed by the endless possibilities in the evolving and passionate field, such as the wine industry.
I had such a great time composing informative and intriguing pieces weekly through a unique perspective on the perceived (and sometimes rightfully perceived) pompous wine world. A little wine 101 from an intern provided a basic background for everything people want to know about wine – a bit of a “wine-telligence.” This blog hopefully provided a more approachable perspective on the sometimes intimidating industry through the teachings of varietals, fermentation process, appropriate stemware, and cellaring, for instance. One does not need to be a wine connoisseur (AKA snob) to woo their first date with exquisite varietal and food pairings. And one mustn’t fear looking like a fool in front of their mother-in-law with improper wine stain clean up technique. This blog hopefully helped give insight where insight was needed to embark on that delicious journey down the wine-dy road.
So whenever you get thirsty, think of Palmeri Wines, because we are certainly thinking of you (and will think about you more and more with each additional bottle you purchase…)! Drink up, you amazing person, drink up!