Reaching New Heights in 2011

It seems as if the blog is beginning to take off without any help from me. I know I am far off from having the amount of views and shares as I’d like, but I’m glad to see that people are finding Notable Wine without me having to actually put a message in their inbox! It’s kind of exciting. It makes me want to create new, fresh, and relevant content for all my viewers. I have had some great ideas in the past, and I keep coming up with new ones, so now the biggest challenge is getting these ideas onto the page, organizing them, and making them entertaining enough for you to enjoy and share with your friends!

My plans in the wine business for 2011 are as follows: To find a nice portfolio of about 15-20 Excellent Value Wines of high quality that deserve a share in the market. To market and sell these wines next to some of the highly marketed (but not as high quality) wines, and come out on top… This is no small task, and it will take some creativity. I believe with the help of all my friends in the wine business, I can help make this year a successful one for all those I come in contact with. I am searching out new products and companies to get out to the market, so I hope you are as excited as I am.

As far as the music goes, I have been steadily growing year after year. I plan to make 2011 my most successful DJ year thus far, and plan to work some very exciting wine events to really show what “Notable Wine” is all about. This week I plan to get together with good friend and Drophouse Studio owner, Tony Tee to work on a Notable Wine Promo video/audio segment. We are going to really pinpoint the purpose of Notable Wine, have good conversation, good wine, and talk about all the great things to come!

Stay tuned for some great updates coming in February… and as always, if you have any suggestions, questions, comments, requests, or even feel like telling me about your latest wine or music experience, don’t hesitate.

Cheers!

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