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L.A. Becomes Iridesse Capital of the World!

Posted by oenophilus on March 26, 2008

After my little jaunt down to Los Angeles (see Oenophilia – Selling Wine in L.A.), I came home to the arms of my adoring wife. Why so affectionate and adoring, you ask? In the course of four days, I had sold more Iridesse that in the last six years combined. That means that soon more people will have heard of us than ever before. That includes our national fan/hate club that arose out of the A.P. article you can read below.

El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Angeles de Porciúncula – also known as L.A. – has wine shops and wine bars with brilliant buyers who have naturally-talented, astute, well-trained, excellent palates. Did I mention how extremely good looking they are? If I keep this up will they buy even more? Never mind. Just know that you can now find our wines at Wally’s in L.A., Fireside Cellars in Santa Monica, Heritage Wine Co. in Pasadena, and drink them up at Bottle Rock in newly-trendy Culver City! If you are looking for a flash from the past, don’t pass up a chance to pick up some of our original Vina de la Cruz 2000 Napa Valley Sangiovese at Roberto’s Wine Expo in Santa Monica.

Wow. That said, we are poised to release our next few wines in the coming months. Where shall I sell those? Hmmmmmmmm.


2 Responses to “L.A. Becomes Iridesse Capital of the World!”

  1. Alex Horan said

    Nice one!!! Congratulations to you both!

  2. Basin Taps said

    wine bars are great. my father installed a wine bar in my home and my wife also loved it ~.-

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