Ruarri Returns… and Hello to Meghan

ruarri.jpgHello after a long break from being at the glass’s rim. Grapethinking had a bit of a re-group, and for those of you who have been visiting of late you will have noticed the fantastic work that Jake has done with the site and have appreciated how our project has matured.

2007 was a tremendous learning curve for us, and 2008 will be the year that our vision of millennial marketing comes to life and we look forward to sharing it with you all.

There’s quite a bit to catch up on from my side, seeing as I haven’t written a post in a while, but we have plenty time for that.

I’d like to introduce a friend of mine to you all, Meghan O’Malley. Meg has just moved to Paris and has agreed to write on our blog about her -centric experiences over there, so we’re very privileged to have her for us. I first met Meghan in Cape Town, whilst she was on a university exchange from New York. In fact, we first properly met on the Warwick Wine Estate for a tasting of their selection.

Since then, our friendship and wine have been inextricably linked, which makes for easy birthday shopping! Meg will probably be gracing us with her presence on a weekly basis, and when she leaves Paris will be spending a year in the Hamptons wielding her wine-knowledge on the power-set of New York, which I hope she’ll keep us in the loop on.

From my side, my weekly post is coming back into effect starting now so stay tuned. And, as has been the case for all of 2008 so far, Jake and Greg will continue to be part of our stellar line up.

ps. For those of you interested – I just got back from and if you’d like to check out my pics ->then here’s the link<- unfortunately, as Moroccos is under Sharia, there is no alcohol – so I drank a lot of coffee and virtually no wine…

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  • greg m

    Ruarri,

    Great to have you back.

    Love the new look man.

    Great post. I have missed your stories, thoughts, and opinions.

    Loved the pictures….what a great looking country.( Morocco)..please share a story or two…I have never been to Morocco and would love to here more.

    How was the food? How were the people? No wine? How was the coffee?

  • greg m

    Ruarri,

    Great to have you back.

    Love the new look man.

    Great post. I have missed your stories, thoughts, and opinions.

    Loved the pictures….what a great looking country.( Morocco)..please share a story or two…I have never been to Morocco and would love to here more.

    How was the food? How were the people? No wine? How was the coffee?

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