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An Interview with Jenelle Bonifield

By |November 12th, 2022|

I had the pleasure of meeting Jenelle Bonifield, an award winning photographer and wine lover on my recent trip to Scottsdale! In true wine industry fashion, Jenelle welcomed me to Arizona and we became fast friends. I asked her to sit down for a Q&A so I could learn more [...]

Cheerful Winter Gifts and Holiday Hosting

By |December 1st, 2021|

As wintertime draws near, so does the added stress of figuring out gifting and hosting responsibilities. This doesn’t need to be. Despite the winter’s chill, there are several ways to cozy up to the season and bring your “A” game for holiday time festivities. From our special events, to social [...]

Red Wines for Thanksgiving

By |November 19th, 2021|

Shall We Wine’s Founder Regine T Rousseau had the pleasure of hosting a segment on DayTime Chicago. Today, she focused on Red Wines for Thanksgiving. It seems that wine lovers are divided into two teams: Team Red or Team White. We at Shall We Wine love the wine rainbow; reds, [...]

Gifting and Gratitude with The Vice Wine

By |November 2nd, 2021|

With sweater weather in full swing, the close whispers reminding us of the upcoming holidays are here. Real talk: sometimes you’re simply strapped for time. Between the extra days in the kitchen cooking and general holiday decision making, a time that is often dedicated to spending time with loved ones [...]

Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: Brushing Off Unsolicited Opinions In Wine

By |October 1st, 2021|

Remember the wine jerk? Well, they’ve morphed into another category of impolite and insulting. Whether you’re a professional wine mogul or an everyday wine enthusiast, unsolicited opinions can pop up repeatedly despite every intention to avoid such commentary.  This is a reminder that these roadblocks are temporary—pave your own path. [...]

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