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A thematic tie-in + a philanthropic touch

The winery offers a free screening of a movie thematically linked to its identity, and it attracts attention: http://insidescoopsf.sfgate.com/blog/2011/12/30/free-wine-free-movie-wrapped-in-a-bow-from-st-helenas-bello-winery/

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Keep reviewers current with your wines

San Francisco to Spring Mountain may not be that far, but sending samples to Vinography can result in a thoughtful analysis: “…. Doggedly focused on making wine the old-school way regardless of modern trends, the winery also doesn’t see much

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Human interest can get you places

Make sure you’re ready when The Wine Spectator calls: Suzanne Phifer Pavitt and Shane Pavitt’s wedding is included in a round-up of vintner weddings on May 31, 2011: “….We asked three winemaking couples how they chose what to serve at

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An author or celebrity + kids = news

A personality with a book to sell and a worthy cause make news: Gary Vaynerchuk visited V. Sattui to talk to local schoolkids on October 24, 2009: http://www.winecountrygetaways.com/napablog/gary-vaynerchuk-pep-talk-to-8th-graders-at-v-sattui/

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Pitch the archivists

About.com adds a new winery to its database: http://wine.about.com/od/californiawinerie1/p/Kelly-Fleming-Winery.htm

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Specialize for the specialists

By watching the web for writers who specialize in Napa Cabernet and following up, a great visit and review is the result: http://www.livingnapacabulous.com/2013/03/10/a-special-look-at-buccella-wines-2010-releases/

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