News & Notes
from Wines by Jennifer! I hope everybody has had a
great summer and is getting back into the school-time
As for us,
well, it's been a rather eventful summer.
a couple of family-related trips to Iowa, Georgia and
Arkansas, we spent a little time in Europe this
for new wines and ideas to bring to all our valued
a very fruitful (pardon the pun) trip it was!
in Brussels, our
first few days were spent touring Belgium, Holland,
and Luxembourg - beer country! And as you know, when
in Rome...well, let's just say we enjoyed a few wonderful
local brews. We forgot just how much we love a
good beer, so much so that we are happy to announce:
Imported Beers Are Now Available at Wines by Jennifer!
We're so excited that we'll be having
a big party to introduce these beers to you in September,
us for what's sure to be a great time!
we didn't stop there.
pièce de résistance of the trip was the next
two weeks we spent touring some of the greatest wine regions
in France: Alsace, Burgundy, the Loire Valley, and Champagne.
are barely words to describe how fabulous these areas,
wines, and people are, but we'll give it our best shot
at a very special November
Wine Club event, where we'll
be sharing stories, photos, and wines from some of
the greatest wine regions on the planet. (We've included
a few photos to whet your appetite.)
finally, we're pleased to announce the upcoming
debut of our very own:
by Jennifer Cookbook
in time for the holidays, we'll be unveiling our much-anticipated
cookbook very soon, so stay
Thanks to everyone for your continued
patronage and we look forward to seeing you very soon
at Wines by Jennifer.
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us host your next Private Party at Wines by Jennifer!
We'll design a party that is perfect for you:
Special Holiday Parties
Luncheons & Dinners
And Much More!
smiling couple after their wedding at Wines by
by Jennifer Wine Trivia Contest
the correct answer by September 30th and
win a free wine tasting compliments of Wines
In the event of multiple correct answers, the
winner will be chosen by random drawing.
famous wine region has been thought to be the lost
island of Atlantis?
to our most recent winner, Donna Harryman, who
was randomly drawn from several correct respondents
who all knew that the waiter's corkscrew was invented
Arbonne Health and
Wellness Products now available at Wines by Jennifer!
ask Jennifer if you are interested in learning more
about this wonderful line of health and wellness products.
Take charge of your health and well-being and treat
yourself right. You deserve it!
and did we mention you can make money doing it?)
by Jennifer Featured Customers
& Elaine McCoy
and Elaine are charter Wine Club members and fixtures
at our special events and Wine Club get-togethers.
are shown here in our Wine Garden enjoying the wines
and company of Kaj Ahlmann of Six Sigma Ranch, who
to conduct a tasting of his wines.
Thanks Dave and Elaine, for being
being such great customers and friends!
by Jennifer Featured Testimonial
Jennifer is the best place! The
service and ambience are simply fantastic.
Al are wonderful and Jennifer is just the best!!
a testimonial about your experience at Wines
by Jennifer and if we select it for inclusion
in a future newsletter, you'll win a complimentary
wine tasting at Wines by Jennifer.)
French, the Nazis, and the Battle for France's Greatest
& Petie Kladstrup
Paris Burning? for
wine lovers, this is a remarkable story
of France's courageous and clever vintners, who
protected and rescued the country's most treasured
commodity from German plunder during World War II.
and War tells the alternately thrilling and
harrowing story of the French wine producers
who undertook ingenious and often daring measures to
save their finest and most precious crops and bottles
as the Germans closed in on them.
Based on three years of research and
interviews with the survivors who engaged in this epic
enterprise, Wine and War illuminates a compelling,
little-known chapter of history, and stands as a tribute
to extraordinary individuals who waged a battle that,
in a very real way, saved the spirit of France.
just finished this terrific book and highly recommend
it for World War II buffs and oenophiles alike. If
you're both, you'll really love it!
discovery of a good wine is increasingly better for
mankind than the discovery of a new star.”
all, folks - see you next month!