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Owner of A Big Slice, online guide to wine, food and entertaining (www.abigslice.com). Co-inventor of the Bacchus Box™ Wine Tasting Kit, and the VIniCode™ method of wine description. Worked with TimeAngle Entertainment on ABigSlice TV, WJZZ 107.5 FM Atlanta on Wine Wise Video project and Wine Wise on the air, playing every Monday through Friday at 6:25pm. Developed Come to Your Senses wine class, and co-developed the Bacchus Challenge for the Atlanta Wine Club.
I'm a beverage distributor looking for contacts in the Atlanta area, as i am new here, just relocated from VA. Our product is MonaVie, one of the fastes growing Networking companies in the USA, and it is our big moment in Brasil right now, so i am heading to Brasil on April 25th, Doing Rio de Janeiro e Sao Paulo.
Please check out our website. http://www.monavie.com. We could meet some time, as I am in Atlanta area also, that way you could semple our product. Would love any advice you could offer.
P.S.: I am a Wine Lover...........
Ted, you are welcome! I will try the steamed mussels recipe and report back to you. It looks delectable on screen. You folks look like a lot of fun. Thanks for inviting us into your viral video kitchen!
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Hi there ted,
I see your photo is in front of a rack of barrels!! I work at a winery in Sonoma County that just finished a barrel tasting event. Where was this taken ( if you don't mind me asking)?
Paradise Ridge Winery
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