I’ll have to look here in Denver at AppleJack's to see if they’re carrying the wine. If not, we’ll pass on the info that Hugh has provided here.
So people have been asking me where to buy Stormhoek in the USA.
Because of my deep involvement with blogging, Web 2.0 and all that, naturally the place I would most like to sell it would be Silicon Valley, California.
But thereâ€™s a slight problem. The shop I would most like to sell it in, K&L Wines in Redwood City, doesnâ€™t carry it.
The only thing to do is get enough people in Silicon Valley to contact the store, and very politely, ask the South African wine buyer, Jim Chanteloup, to start carrying it.
So if you're involved with Silicon Valley, please give Mr. Chanteloup a call or drop him an e-mail [contact details here]. Maybe explain why youâ€™re calling. Maybe tell him all about Stormhoekâ€™s connection with bloggers, Web 2.0, Silicon Valley, TechCrunch etc etc.
Tell them itâ€™s distributed by Palm Bay Imports in New York, if he wants to know where to order it.
If you could help me spread the word on this, I would appreciate it. Thanks.
Just a note in passing as this movie was shot in and around a couple of local High Schools, (Main North, and Glenbrook North),in north suburban Chicago where I attended High School.. One of the High schools I attended, New Trier West, is in the John Candy Movie, “Uncle Buck.”
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