Or As The French Would Say: “Sacré Bleu!”

Morning all! A great article came about yesterday that played perfectly into my “Napa Pinot” philosophy from my last post. The gist of the article is how global climate change has created a much cooler California coastal region and at the same, a much warmer France. While I am still a little skeptical that this flux in cool weather may merely be a blip in the graph, having other authors believe the same thing holds a little ground. Okay, my arm hurts from patting myself on the back. Time to get back to wine. Oh, one more thing. I am sure the French are heated (pun intended) about this article, saying California is swapping climates with France. I am sure they are “sacré bleu-ing” all over wine country over then while I welcome the cool weather with a “oui oui!” But hey, they still have the soils. SUVs can’t change that. C’est la vie!

Here at MSix, we are deep in branding and marketing discussions regarding how to develop our product. One thing we have decide on is either screen printed or etched glass. We are considering Monvera for our glassing needs. Please check out the link and let us know with the poll below whether you think we should go etched or screen printed glass or neither!

Our Facebook page and Twitter account will launch next Monday morning at 8 am. “Like” and “Follow” us for your chance to win a bottle of wine from our inaugural vintage as well as stay up-to-date regarding our development and other cool wine tidbits we find!

-MSix

Don’t knock the weather; nine-tenths of the people couldn’t start a conversation if it didn’t change once in a while.
Kin Hubbard

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