To all of my The Feiring Line Subscribers.
Last week there was a request to update your information.
The more elaborate reason for this is we lost the interface with Amazon and so there is no way to keep you in my data base (as Amazon rightfully so, doesn't transfer your CC#'s to my new provider.)
So, in truth, unless you take a few minutes from your day to update your information per the link we sent out last week, the TFL is absolutely in danger of continuing.
Technology has sunk many an institution and if you don't help, this, and not a lack of interest, might sink the newsletter.
For new signups, nothing has changed, so get off your duff and subscribe! As Jon Rimmerman of la Garagiste said,
Now then, if you are seeking wine journalism that is neither ill-informed nor overwrought – a parcel of pages that are well written, interesting and worth every penny of their subscription cost – I urge you to take a chance on the periodical below...for education's sake alone. You’ll come out on the other end far more knowledgeable than you were before with actual insight and new-found inspiration.
How many newsletters can legitimately make that loaded claim and back it up (Jancis, but few others)? Where most fail, the journal below succeeds in spades. It gives notice to worthy up-and-coming winemakers, their vineyards and their particular movement with both the positive and negative illuminated (yes, even those dreaded no-dosage Champagne houses)... Subscribe and be enlightened."
With great appreciation,