Thank you for reaching out. I've got a community that's reflected in an e-column called TuttiFoodie; reaches about 25,000 people nationwide, most of whom seem to be pretty passionate about it. I built the list via word of mouth…
Hi everyone. I'm new to the group. I'm the publisher at www.tuttifoodie.com , a 'zine style e-column for adventurous food lovers.
Today was a scorcher, so I tossed together this bright, simple dish. It was a perfect way to cool down…
TuttiFoodie is a 'zine-style blog for adventurous food and drink lovers nationwide. The site has 20,000+ subscribers who're upscale, literate and passionate about specialty, artisan foods, wines and spirits. Besides sending out an informative and cheeky e-column, we host hip events, contests and sweepstakes centering on food (hello, www.chocolateadventure.com) or wine (stay tuned: we've got a big digital sweeps coming up, with a trip for four to the Australian wine country as the grand prize. )
How would you classify yourself in the wine trade?
Tech Company, Media, Blogger
What city is Home?
Bay Area, California
What you want to get from participating in FohBohWine?
I'd like to be part of the community; to share thoughts about food and wine, let you know what's going on at tuttifoodie and learn who you are, and what you're doing in the world of wine.
Faves at the moment: Cardinal and Lokoya. Take a sip--you'll never look back.
Me: I'm a web entrepreneur with deep roots in food and wine. I've spent almost my whole career building brands in digital media, by developing innovative online content and brand strategies for big consumer food and wine brands.
I have master’s degree from Oxford University, England, in social anthropology (focused on food and culture); am an award-winning author of a memoir (HarperCollins); and spent years studying Chinese in mainland China a long time ago.
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* Keep all arguments courteous and avoid personal attacks.
* Forum moderators reserve the right to remove any post at their discretion. If the abuse is habitual we can also disable or ban any user from the network at our discretion.
It is rare that people are banned, but it does happen occasionally, mostly for "spammy activities" such as announcing dating sites on others' comment pages.
Our company is opening channels into China for exporting wine. We are able to tap an unique market for distribution but also delving into the regular market. High volume is mandatory, but we have an order for a smaller exploratory shipment. If you have a slate of bottles that you think would work well, please contact me if your wineries want to take part. Looking for low end and high end bottles. State-side or abroad. I would be happy to answer any questions via…