Yes, it’s very exciting – Millennier has moved on up to millennier.com . For my super-special subscribers who are still connected to this RSS feed and for those encountering this site through old links, here are a couple of options for you to KIT (keep in touch) without spending a ton of time in RSS land.
This link is a form for the Millennier email signup. This was designed as an alternative to RSS subscription and will offer all the same information. It also gives you the added option of choosing the frequency of emails – so if you don’t want to get an email every day there’s a new post, you can simply have an email with all posts from the last week delivered to you on Monday morning.
If you prefer RSS feeds, you can update your feed by hitting the orange chicklet on this page, or by clicking here . For the DIY’ers, the new RSS address is http://feeds.feedburner.com/millennier .
My most sincere thanks and I hope to see you over at millennier.com !
It’s true. Millennier has moved to its very own url: http://millennier.com Hooray! We’ve got a brand new look but all of the content (even the comments) are the same.
SUBSCRIBERS: You are all extra-special people to me. I’m working to transition you as seamlessly as possible, but if you experience any issues with RSS subscription, please let me know by leaving a comment or emailing email@example.com . Many thanks!
And it’s true. At last. The millennial generation is arguably the hottest topic in the US wine industry this year. IMHO, millennials will be to wine in 2010 what social media was to wine in 2009 – a game changer. And just like social media, companies within the wine industry can either adapt and thrive, or stick their heads in the sand and be left behind.
Quite frankly, NO ONE should be left behind. So for those interested in educating themselves, their co-workers, or (yikes) even their bosses, I’ve compiled a short list of resources that is designed to catch ANYONE up on the current state of the wine/millennial connection. Look at it as a bibliography for future conversations in 2010.
Obviously, if you’re looking for more detailed information on millennials and wine, you’re sitting right in the middle of a blog entirely dedicated to the GenY/wine connection. Check out the Millennier archives, if you feel like learning more.