What do the Napa Valley Wine Train and Gary Vaynerchuk have in common?

by TrevR on June 29, 2007

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It’s simple. They’re both included in our end-of-week round-up of wine-related stories that have recently caught our attention. Give us a break, it’s Friday, it’s been a long, long week and we’re feeling a bit tired…

Everything you ever wanted to know about the Napa Valley Wine Train
Today’s San Francisco Chronicle has a lengthy article on the past, present and future of the Napa Valley Wine Train. The opening paragraph tells the story:

It’s been called Denny’s on wheels and a rolling noise polluter, but after 18 years of chugging up and down the Napa Valley, the Wine Train has become as much a part of the landscape as the Robert Mondavi bell tower.

TIME Magazine on rise of Gary Vaynerchuk
None other than TIME Magazine has a feature on Gary Vaynerchuk and his wildly popular video blog Wine Library TV.

Wine Library photo from TIME Magazine
Hat tip to Tom Wark for the link.

[techtags: Napa, Napa Valley, Napa Valley Wine Train, Gary Vaynerchuck, Wine Library TV]

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