Today I'm reflecting on the strength of the triangle of small business. The triangle is used as the building blocks of many structures. It's one of those things that now that it's been put in your head you'll see triangles in everything throughout your day like in this palapa.
So how what is the triangle of small business? Let's begin with Bodega La Azul a winery about the size of a two-car garage based in the Uco Valley in Mendoza, Argentina. It's a family-owned winery with a poem of love as part of the label. Bodega La Azul produces 833 cases of their Reserva a blend of Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon. They are side one of our triangle.
Side two of the triangle is us. We work with small wineries like Bodega La Azul to bring their excellent wines to the United States. We share the cool stories behind these small wineries to provide you with a connection when drinking these great wines. Because of the small production you won't find our wines in the larger restaurants or stores, which leads us to third side of the triangle.
We work with small restaurants, retailers and wine bars. These are the places that you frequent enough that they know your name and what you like. They are the places that you want to go when you want to celebrate. Here are two examples of this third side as others are recognizing their hard work:
Oz the incredible chef at Cueva Bar is featured in the current edition of San Diego Home and Garden, plus pictured with one of our favorite foods...empanadas.
Also, The Rose Wine Pub on 30th is recognized by a local blogger with a description of one of our
wines and suggested pairing with their scrumptious food.
Experience the triangle of small business. The people behind them have cool stories and want to