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The Urban Grape | The Urban Grape

You may have seen on Instagram last week that I posted my musings on how I love a fresh new start to the year, and having the time to think about how to make our business stronger and more efficient. Well, TJ and I have done that, and what we’ve realized is we have some job openings! Please read below to learn more about our available positions, and send in a resume as soon as possible!

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Introducing URBAN COMMUNITY!

 

The Urban Grape | Urban Community - FB

It is with great excitement that we introduce you to The Urban Grape’s newest initiative, Urban Community. Founded just this month, but brewing in our minds for years, Urban Community’s mission is to establish month-long campaigns with non-profit organizations in the neighborhoods surrounding the South End, with the mission of expanding their outreach, awareness, and fundraising efforts.

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Biodynamics: Trend or Lifestyle?

 

The Urban Grape | Biodynamic Wine

*Our staff member Julie wrote this fantastic piece for the blog about the biodynamic “trend.” What does it mean to make a biodynamic wine, and does it really make a difference? Julie delves into this subject, but ultimately we encourage you to taste and decide for yourselves! 

[Above, some of Julie’s favorite biodynamic wines available at The Urban Grape]

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A Visit with Robin Lail

The Urban Grape | Dougies and Robin

I think my husband is in love with a Napa legend, and I’m pretty sure she loves him back. I’d like to be jealous, but the fact of the matter is, I think I love her too. No, we’re not in the middle of some bizarre love triangle, though how juicy would that be? We’re just lucky enough to know Robin Lail.

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Five Star Reviews Make Our Day

The Urban Grape | Five Star Review

On-line reviews are interesting – as a business you love to read the good ones, you hope to learn something from the mediocre ones, and you usually have to have a thick skin for the bad ones. You really haven’t lived until you’ve read a furious one star review that takes you to task for refusing to accept thousands of dirty beer bottles filled with leaves and cigarette butts (true review).

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