June 2015

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  • Selling Wine: Bottle vs. Glass

    Selling Wine: Most People Don’t Prefer Wine in the Bottle, They Prefer It in a GlassIf you consider selling wine by the glass a necessary evil to please guests who are too cheap to buy a bottle, you’re not alone. You’re wrong, but at least you’ve got company. Many restaurateurs tolerate but do not promote […]

  • Wine Inventory With Accubar

    Wine Inventory With Accubar Simplifying the Problems of Tracking Wine Often, potential customers ask us whether AccuBar works for wine inventory as well as it does for liquor inventory. The answer is simple: AccuBar offers a combination of features for tracking wine inventory that are unique to the industry, and any operation with a serious […]

  • BC Wines

    History of British Columbia Wines Over 130 years ago, Father Charles Pandosy planted vines at the Oblate Mission seven miles south of the town of Kelowna. In the 1930’s, the industry focus was mostly sweet and fortified wines, made mainly from fruit and Labrusca varietals. The varietal mix would increase with the addition of French […]

  • A man walks into a bar – bar joke

    “A man walks up to the bar with an ostrich behind him, and as he sits, the bartender asks for their order. The man says, “”I’ll have a beer”” and turns to the ostrich. “”What’s yours?”” “”I’ll have a beer too”” says the ostrich. The bartender pours the beer and says “”That will be $3.40 […]

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    3 guys in a bar- bar joke

    “A Texan, a New Yorker, and a Bostonian are sitting together in a bar in the Yukon. The Texan tosses back his shot of tequila, throws the half-full bottle up in the air, pulls out a gun, and blows it to pieces. The other two, shocked, just stare at the Texan. He explains, “”Where I […]