Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Italian Wine Merchants

Although it's only been a few (great) months and a mere 34 posts (!) I'm afraid I will soon be ending my blog "Over a Barrel" on erobertparker.com. I won't be leaving the blogosphere altogether but joining the great team at Italian Wine Merchants, where I will be the Director of Communications, effective July 27th.

I'd like to thank my wonderful friend Bob Parker, first and foremost, for allowing me - and my blog- to be part of the erobertparker family, which has been tremendous fun. I'd also like to thank his behind-the-scenes talent (thank you, Joe and Mark) for putting the nuts and bolts of this blog together.

Finally, I'd like to thank everyone who has taken the time to read my posts- especially those who took the trouble to respond. I hope we can (all) connect again on the IWM site.
I look forward to keeping in touch.
Ciao!
Lettie

12 comments:

  1. Congrats on the new job! Definitely keep in touch.

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  2. Congrats, and good luck.
    Cheers,
    Gregg

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  3. Good Luck!

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  4. Fantastic Lettie! I've enjoyed reading.

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  5. Aww, well the best of luck to you on your next adventure.

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  6. Hi, congratulations and good luck! Thanks as well for posting, I am definitely enjoying your posts, they're quite informative too, so you're welcome! I'd love to share your blog to my friends in Foodista if you won't mind? Just add the foodista widget for wine at the end of this post, and that should do it! The widget will direct readers to your blog when they go looking for wine posts :-) Keep em coming, cheers, Amy from Australia :)

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  7. I think the good wine feels from the first sip. I love to drink wine in a dinner or an speciall reason. Actually i am reading about it . This blog is very interesting. costa rica investment opportunities is a site that i wanted to share with you.

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  8. When a matter is related to a barrel is very concerning to me, due to the fact that I enjoy when having a hard drink which was taken out from a barrel, such as wine.
    Pretty interesting article by the way!

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