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A delicious meal in a pleasing setting is one of the great pleasures in life. Whether you enjoy haute cuisine in a white tablecloth restaurant or soul food in a down-home atmosphere, your positive culinary experience is a product of the efforts of trained professionals in the hospitality and food service industry.

The University of Arkansas – Pulaski Technical College Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Institute (UA-PTC-CAHMI) is here to help you embark on your career journey. We are a world-class culinary, baking and pastry, hospitality, and wine training center with highly skilled faculty and staff committed to providing you with the positive, comprehensive and challenging hands-on experience you need to prepare for a variety of exciting positions in the culinary, baking and pastry, and hospitality fields. UA-PTC-CAHMI prides itself on being a student-centered institution, one where your career goals are our reason for being here.

The University of Arkansas – Pulaski Technical College Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Institute is accredited by the American Culinary Federation Education Foundation and the Accrediting Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration. UA-PTC-CAHMI graduates enter the workforce with the most widely recognized culinary and hospitality credentials in the nation.

University of Arkansas – Pulaski Technical College Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Institute
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A Wine Lover’s Guide to Visiting Bordeaux

With harvest time approaching in Bordeaux, Sotheby’s wine specialist Fr d ric Guyot du Repaire took some time out to write for The Modern Concierge’s #JetLife magazine for private jet firm Air Partner plc about some of the magnificent wine experiences available in the region. At around 90 minutes’ flight time from many European capitals, the beautiful French city is ideal for a same-day-return vineyard lunch, relaxing weekend or longer stay – but with thousands of producing vineyards it’s useful to have some inside knowledge in order to make the most of your time there. Click ahead to read about how you can experience the very best of Bordeaux. This article originally featured in The Modern Concierge LAUNCH SLIDESHOW

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A Century of Champagne Bollinger Comes to Auction

NEW YORK – On 19 November 2016, Sotheby’s New York will present “A Century of Champagne Bollinger”– a selection of rare wines that have never before left the winery’s cellars in A , France. Bollinger is known for producing great Champagnes with a powerful, sophisticated and complex style, as well as for being James Bond’s favourite for over 40 years. We are delighted to share selected highlights from the sale, including a bottle from the 1914 vintage recently discovered in a disused gallery cellar under the village of A , dubbed one of the “lost treasures of Bollinger.” LAUNCH SLIDESHOW

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Know Your Wine: A Guide to Bottle Sizes

In this edition of Sotheby’s Cellar, Eli Rodriguez takes us to Sotheby’s Wine retail store where bottles of all formats – from 350 millilitre half bottles to 18 litre Melchiors – are available for purchase. Watch the video to discover the best format for your occasion, and why when it comes to wine, size does matter.

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A Crystal Magnum Decanter of Special Louis XIII Cognac

Louis XIII has collaborated with Herm s, Puiforcat and Saint-Louis to create an exclusive blend of Louis XIII cognac, to be offered in a one-lot sale on 1 October in Hong Kong. Specially crafted by cellar master Baptiste Loiseau, the blend comes in a custom Saint-Louis decanter etched with 19th-century maps of Asia and is beautifully displayed in a bespoke coffret by Herm s. With a starting bid of HK$800,000, all proceeds will go directly to The Film Foundation, a non-profit organisation founded by Martin Scorsese and other leading filmmakers with the goal of preserving and restoring classic films.

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The Spirit of Cinema

Digital might live forever, but film was not made to last. Celluloid is extremely fragile; half of all films made before 1950, and over 80 per cent made before 1929, are lost forever. Enter director Martin Scorsese, who in an effort to save and restore the irreplaceable, established The Film Foundation in 1990 with filmmakers Robert Redford, Steven Spielberg, Stanley Kubrick and others. This autumn, the non-profit gets a stylish helping hand from Ludovic du Plessis and cognac house Louis XIII, which has created an exclusive blend called L’Odyss e d’Un Roi, a gesamtkunstwerk in three editions to be auctioned by Sotheby’s.

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Sotheby’s Wine business comprises the most experienced and successful team in wine auctioning. Sotheby’s has been selling wine in London since 1970, in New York since 1994 and in Hong Kong since 2009. The department takes pride in offering only wine in the best condition and with excellent provenance, and the team’s well-earned reputation has attracted many of the most prestigious collectors and discriminating buyers in the world.

In May 2009, we combined our retail and auction wine businesses under the “Sotheby’s Wine” name. With a retail store in the lobby of the Sotheby’s New York offices as well as a complementary website, we offer a full range of buying and selling services across both channels, and are able to sell in any quantity at a fixed price and for immediate delivery, in addition to our regular auctions. Sotheby’s Wine is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sotheby’s Inc.

For sellers, Sotheby’s offers the option of both auction and private sales. We provide proposals to prospective consignors on how to maximize the value of your wine, and we arrange to ship your wine to our temperature-controlled warehouse where we offer complimentary storage until their sale.

Buyers can be confident that all the wines Sotheby’s offers have been carefully inspected by our experienced specialists. We are happy to provide advice on cellar management as well as make recommendations on wines for investment, laying down or current drinking.

Sotheby’s Wine department holds over 20 sales each year in London, New York and Hong Kong.

SOTHEBY’S UPDATE REGARDING KURNIAWAN CASE: Sotheby’s has not accepted any consignment of wine in any of its worldwide selling locations from Mr. Kurniawan, either under his name or a known alias.

CONSIGNMENTS

If you wish to enquire about the possibility of offering a work in one of Sotheby’s Wine: Auction & Retail sales, please click here.

NEW YORK: +1 212 606 7050 LONDON: +44 (0)20 7293 6423 HONG KONG: +852 2822 8174

Sotheby’s Wine business comprises the most experienced and successful team in wine auctioning. Sotheby’s has been selling wine in London since 1970, in New York since 1994 and in Hong Kong since 2009. The department takes pride in offering only wine in the best condition and with excellent provenance, and the team’s well-earned reputation has attracted many of the most prestigious collectors and discriminating buyers in the world.

In May 2009, we combined our retail and auction wine businesses under the “Sotheby’s Wine” name. With a retail store in the lobby of the Sotheby’s New York offices as well as a complementary website, we offer a full range of buying and selling services across both channels, and are able to sell in any quantity at a fixed price and for immediate delivery, in addition to our regular auctions. Sotheby’s Wine is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sotheby’s Inc.

For sellers, Sotheby’s offers the option of both auction and private sales. We provide proposals to prospective consignors on how to maximize the value of your wine, and we arrange to ship your wine to our temperature-controlled warehouse where we offer complimentary storage until their sale.

Buyers can be confident that all the wines Sotheby’s offers have been carefully inspected by our experienced specialists. We are happy to provide advice on cellar management as well as make recommendations on wines for investment, laying down or current drinking.

Sotheby’s Wine department holds over 20 sales each year in London, New York and Hong Kong.

SOTHEBY’S UPDATE REGARDING KURNIAWAN CASE: Sotheby’s has not accepted any consignment of wine in any of its worldwide selling locations from Mr. Kurniawan, either under his name or a known alias.

CONSIGNMENTS

If you wish to enquire about the possibility of offering a work in one of Sotheby’s Wine: Auction & Retail sales, please click here.

NEW YORK: +1 212 606 7050 LONDON: +44 (0)20 7293 6423 HONG KONG: +852 2822 8174

Sotheby’s Wine business comprises the most experienced and successful team in wine auctioning. Sotheby’s has been selling wine in London since 1970, in New York since 1994 and in Hong Kong since 2009. The department takes pride in offering only wine in the best condition and with excellent provenance, and the team’s well-earned reputation has attracted many of the most prestigious collectors and discriminating buyers in the world.

In May 2009, we combined our retail and auction wine businesses under the “Sotheby’s Wine” name. With a retail store in the lobby of the Sotheby’s New York offices as well as a complementary website, we offer a full range of buying and selling services across both channels, and are able to sell in any quantity at a fixed price and for immediate delivery, in addition to our regular auctions. Sotheby’s Wine is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sotheby’s Inc.

For sellers, Sotheby’s offers the option of both auction and private sales. We provide proposals to prospective consignors on how to maximize the value of your wine, and we arrange to ship your wine to our temperature-controlled warehouse where we offer complimentary storage until their sale.

Buyers can be confident that all the wines Sotheby’s offers have been carefully inspected by our experienced specialists. We are happy to provide advice on cellar management as well as make recommendations on wines for investment, laying down or current drinking.

Sotheby’s Wine department holds over 20 sales each year in London, New York and Hong Kong.

SOTHEBY’S UPDATE REGARDING KURNIAWAN CASE: Sotheby’s has not accepted any consignment of wine in any of its worldwide selling locations from Mr. Kurniawan, either under his name or a known alias.

CONSIGNMENTS

If you wish to enquire about the possibility of offering a work in one of Sotheby’s Wine: Auction & Retail sales, please click here.

NEW YORK: +1 212 606 7050 LONDON: +44 (0)20 7293 6423 HONG KONG: +852 2822 8174


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Recommended Wine Retailers

The following retailers are among the many in the United States who sell fine wine. The i-Wine Review does not have any business relationship with these establishments. However, we are happy to recommend them to our readers as good potential sources for the wines reviewed in our reports.

Washington, DC

Addy Bassin s
MacArthur Beverages

4877 MacArthur Blvd. N.W.
Washington DC 20007
202-338-1433
www.bassins.com

Bell Liquor Wine Shoppe
1821 M Street NW
Washington DC 20036
202-223-4727

Calvert Woodley
4339 Connecticut Ave. NW
Washington DC 20008
202-966-4400
CalvertWoodley.com

Cleveland Park Wine Spirits
3423 Connecticut Ave. N.W.
Washington DC 20008
202-363-4265
www.clevelandparkwine.com

De Vinos
2001 18th Street NW
Washington DC 20009
202-986-5002
www.de-vinos.com

The Wine Specialist
2115 M Street NW
Washington DC 20037
202-833-0707
www.winespecialist.com

Paul s Of Chevy Chase
5205 Wisconsin Ave.
Washington DC 20015
202-537-1900
www.paulsdc.com

Schneider s of Capitol Hill
300 Massachusetts Ave. NE
Washington DC 22002
202-543-9300
www.cellar.com

Virginia

Alexandria

Bostetter’s Wine Gourmet
3690 King Street # J
Alexandria VA 22302
703-820-8600

Fern Street Gourmet
1708 Fern Street
Alexandria VA 22302
703-931-1234

Gourmet Center Delicatessen
817 King Street
Alexandria VA 22314
703-683-4838

Le Tastevin Fine Wines
1309 King Street
Alexandria VA 22314
571-970-6903
Le Tastevin Fine Wines

Planet Wine Gourmet
2004 Mt. Vernon Ave.
Alexandria VA 22301
703-549-3444
Planet Wine Gourmet

Rick’s Wine Gourmet
3117 Duke Street
Alexandria VA 22314
703-823-4600
www.rickswine.com

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Bradlee Shopping Ctr
3690-J King Street
Alexandria VA 22302
703-820-8600
www.UnWinedVA.com

Arlington

The Curious Grape
4056 S. 28th Street
Arlington VA 22206
703-671-8700
www.curiousgrape.com

International Wine Beverage
4040 Lee Hwy
Arlington, VA 22207
703-528-2800
www.iwbwine.com


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How to Survive the Wine Retail Business

I recently had the opportunity to sit down with several friends who work in retail stores here in New York City. Over the course of several days and a few long conversations, I began to think of their plight. Not only have they been fairly battered by the economic climate of the past several years, but they are constantly facing new challenges. Better Internet availability of wines, impending approval of wine in supermarkets, the need to keep up with social media’s demands (from maintaining a presence on Facebook and Twitter to rethinking in-store signage and advertising), all combine to make retail a bit of a scary place today.

I’ve put together a few thoughts on what retailers might want to consider while moving forward through 2012, but I’m also reaching out to all of you. I would love to hear what you think about the state of the retail wine business. What do you think forward-thinking retailers should be doing today to make sure their businesses are growing tomorrow?

And retailers, what can you do to help ensure your continued survival? The first point is so obvious that it can be easily forgotten.

1. Remember you are in the service business

Sounds obvious, right? But judging from my experience, this is not always the case. I’m sure many of you might respond that you are in the wine business, which while technically true is a meaningless diversion. Retail wine sales are, by definition, consumer facing commodity sales. Yes, part of that role is providing expertise, but I often see the very fundamentals of commerce being ignored. Like what? How about cleanliness, courtesy and respect?

It is that simple at its base. Keep a clean, well-organized store and consumers are likely to think more highly of you.

Treat customers with courtesy whether they are buying $5 or $500 worth of hooch. You really can’t judge a book by its cover, and I am walking proof of that!

And respect my intelligence, please. I know what corked wine is, and even cooked wine, but I do recognize that many consumers don’t. When those consumers want to return a bottle, it is often because they don’t like it, not because of the defect they claim to detect. We know that, but what I also know from my years in retail is that a minuscule percentage of wine actually gets returned. How little? In my experience, somewhere between one-tenth and four-tenths of a percent.

That is still a lot of money, thousands of dollars on each million in sales, but you should take the hit. Not because of the people who don’t know what corked wine is, but because of the people who do! Treat the wine lovers and wine geeks well and they will not only return but will spread the word about your policy and attitude towards them. I’ve been on the receiving end of both good and bad publicity, there is no doubt which I’d rather see.


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Our London wine shop at No. 3 St James’s Street has changed little since it was opened by the Widow Bourne in 1698. It boasts an extensive range of wines and spirits, from around £5 up to £5,000, and a team of knowledgeable yet friendly staff who offer unparalleled expert advice, no matter what your requirements are.

The range incorporates a vast selection of wines, including those from Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne, Spain and the Rhône, as well as top Italian bottles and New World classics.

From roots as a merchant selling provisions, exotic spices, tea and coffee, No.3 ultimately became a fine wine merchant and during the past three centuries many famous visitors have passed through our doors, from Lord Byron to the Aga Khan. The shop is little changed and traces of its history – including important documents and artefacts – are on view. Berry Bros. & Rudd first supplied wine to the British Royal Family during the rein of King George III and has continued to do so to the present day and currently holds two Royal warrants; for H.M. The Queen and H.R.H The Prince of Wales.

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2012 Wine Sales in U.S. Reach New Record: Record California Winegrape Crop to Meet Surging Demand

SAN FRANCISCO — Wine sales in the U.S. from all production sources—California, other U.S. states and foreign countries—increased 2% from the previous year to a new record of 360.1 million 9-liter cases with an estimated retail value of $34.6 billion, according to wine industry consultant Jon Fredrikson of Gomberg, Fredrikson Associates in Woodside. Of the total, almost two-thirds or 207.7 million cases of California wine account for a 58% share of U.S. wine sales with an estimated retail value of $22 billion. Including exports, 2012 California wine shipments to all markets in the U.S. and abroad reached 250.2 million cases.

The U.S. is the largest wine market in the world with 19 consecutive years of volume growth, said Wine Institute President and CEO Robert P. (Bobby) Koch. Competition for retail shelf space and consumer attention is intense, so California’s high quality, record winegrape harvest in 2012 could not have come at a better time. California vintners continue to respond to growing worldwide demand with a wide array of outstanding wines from regions throughout the state and Wine Institute is supporting the effort by opening markets and eliminating trade barriers in the U.S. and abroad.

Wine shipments to the U.S. market climbed by nearly 50% since 2001 and it is likely that American consumption will continue to expand over the next decade as wine continues to gain traction among American adult consumers said Fredrikson. The amazing diversity of choices and exciting new offerings are attracting new consumers and boosting consumption. Among the key growth drivers are favorable demographics, a widening consumer base and increasing points of distribution in both on- and off-sale outlets. For example, Starbucks is now serving wine in some key markets and Amazon.com and Facebook Gifts both sell wine online.

Varietal Trends in Chain Retail Outlets
Wine sales in U.S. food stores and other off-premise measured channels from all domestic and foreign producers grew 2% by volume and 6% by value, according to Nielsen, a global provider of information and insights into what consumers buy. California wines grew faster than the overall category by a full percentage point. By varietal in the table wine category, Chardonnay remained the most popular varietal with a 21% share of volume, followed by Cabernet Sauvignon, 12% volume share; Merlot, 9% share, and Pinot Grigio/Gris, 8% share. The largest percentage gains were Muscat/Moscato, up 33% in volume with 6% market share, and domestic red blends/sweet red wines, up 22% in volume with 5% share of market. Also of note was Malbec, up 21% by volume with a 1% share.

Consumers have more access to wine throughout the country with wine-selling locations expanding by well over 50,000 from five years ago. Off-premise retail outlets grew 15% to almost 175,000 outlets, while restaurants and other on-premise outlets increased 12% to 332,000 locations in the U.S., said Danny Brager, vice president of the beverage alcohol practice at Nielsen. Retailers recognize that wine is a large and growing category, even in economically challenging times, and tends to attract upper income consumers, and all legal drinking age groups. Wine also pairs well with food, leading to larger, more profitable shopping baskets.

Sparkling Wine and Champagne
Shipments of sparkling wine and champagne reached 17.7 million cases in 2012, up 2% over the previous year. California sparkling wine grew 3% with Moscato based sparklers driving the growth. While overall total 2012 volume slowed after a major surge in 2011, sparkling wine shipments to the U.S. in 2012 were at their highest level since 1987.

U.S. Wine Exports
U.S. wine exports, 90 percent from California, reached $1.43 billion in winery revenues in 2012, an increase of 2.6% compared to 2011. Volume shipments reached 424.6 million liters or 47.2 million cases. Of the top markets for California Wines, the European Union’s 27-member countries are the largest accounting for $485 million, up 1.7%; followed by Canada, $434 million, up 14%; Hong Kong, $115 million, down 30%; Japan, $111 million, up 6%; China, $74 million, up 18%; Vietnam, $27 million, up 22%; Mexico, $20 million, up 4%; South Korea, $16 million, up 26%.

CALIFORNIA WINE SHIPMENTS 1
(In millions of 9-liter cases)

1 Includes table, champagne/sparkling, dessert, vermouth, other special natural, sake and others.
2 Estimated retail value includes markups by wholesalers, retailers and restaurateurs.
Excludes foreign bulk shipped by California wineries. Source: Gomberg-Fredrikson Associates and Wine Institute.
Preliminary. History revised. To convert cases to gallons, multiply cases by 2.3775

WINE SALES IN THE U.S.—1993 to 2012 in millions of 9-liter cases
(Wine shipments from California, other states and foreign producers entering U.S. distribution)

Sparkling Wine/ Champagne

Total Retail Value 3

Sources: Volume—Wine Institute, Department of Commerce, Estimates by Gomberg, Fredrikson Associates. Preliminary. History revised.
Totals may not add up exactly due to rounding. Excludes exports. To convert cases to gallons, multiply cases by 2.3775
1 Includes all still wines not over 14 percent alcohol; excludes Canadian malt coolers.
2 Includes all still wines over 14 percent alcohol and sake. History revised based on TTB reports.
3 Estimated retail value includes markups by wholesalers, retailers and restaurateurs.

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UK Independent Wine Retail 2015

Wine Intelligen ce UK Independent Wine Retail 2015
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“It’s strange to think that a decade ago, independent wine merchants were regarded as a dying breed. They could never compete with supermarkets on price. They lacked the breadth of offer found in convenience stores. Who just went shopping for wine?
“What many commentators overlooked, and that more accomplished wine specialists are now demonstrating, is that specialists don’t need to compete in the mainstream. Their success depends upon being different to the supermarkets and other large rivals, rather than trying to emulate them.
“Many independents based their initial business model on that of Oddbins, the iconic “wine merchant extraordinaire” that captured the imagination of many in the 80s and 90s with its quirky marketing, and introduced British consumers to exotic items such as Australian wines.
Today’s independent wine specialists are shifting that business model into different territory. Some still survive as a kind of Oddbins 2.0, but the majority have branched out into new areas. Wholesaling is an important revenue stream for many. On-site wine events and dinners help create a loyal and engaged customer base. The ability to taste wines on the premises is a major selling point.
“Are these businesses sustainable? There is no doubt that some independents are still generating small returns, and struggle to achieve growth, but in most cases this is simply because the owner is happy to tick over and enjoy a quiet life in a business that they love.
Excerpts from the report introduction
Contents
  • Introduction
  • Executive summary
  • Defining independents
  • How many independents are there
  • The independent wine range
  • New selling models
  • SWOT analysis
  • Who shops in independent specialists
  • How often do wine drinkers visit independent wine specialists
  • Reasons for shopping in independent wine specialists
  • Consumer attitude to independent wine specialists
  • How consumers interact with independent wine specialists
  • Why some wine drinkers don’t buy from independent wine specialists
  • Methodology
Methodology:
The data for this survey was collected in January and February 2014 and August 2014.Data was gathered via Wine Intelligence’s Vinitrac® UK online survey of all UK regular wine drinkers and The Wine Merchant Reader Survey 2014.
  • 1,004 UK regular wine drinkers(Aug 2014)
  • 122 Independent wine specialist readers of The Wine Merchant (Jan and Feb 2014)
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Request a single-user licence for Wine Intelligence UK Independent Wine Retail report for GBP 1,000 / EUR 1,200 / USD 1,650 / AUD 1,850 or 2 Credits online. or contact me directly for an invoice by replying to this email. Contact us for details on multi-user licences.
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