17 Burst results for "Giulio Gallo"

"giulio gallo" Discussed on The Unofficial Shopify Podcast

The Unofficial Shopify Podcast

06:43 min | 10 months ago

"giulio gallo" Discussed on The Unofficial Shopify Podcast

"Today. The official shot by podcast. We are going to talk about a delightful beverage. We're gonna talk about t not just any macho talk to erica gower who is A incredible man with quite quite the background. Here's a delight to talk to you. But he's gonna tell us how and why his specialty macchia company decided that direct to consumer was a way better choice for them than traditional wholesale how they communicate with their customers in a phenomenal way. How they have amazing educational resource a full library with an unbelievable info about macho in it. An how email and storytelling as been there their best growth strategy eric. How're you doing. I'm doing just fine shirt. It's such a pleasure to be here. No i'm glad. So what's what's your story. What's the name of your your brand it his breakaway macho breakaway macho. And what does breakaway macho sell for. Muscles really great macho. Most people think matches macho in the way that the nineteen seventies. A lot of people thought kind of like wine was wind. You had your your your earnest and giulio gallo in the jug. And the carlo rossi. You're too young to remember those days but you know in the same way that that wine has really and coffee another example. You know it used to be you know in. My mother would put on her part of a maxwell house coffee you know and then sometime in the nineteen eighties starbucks and pizza kind of more. European style coffees came along and then the third wave coffee came along with the blue bottles and the verbs and all those fancy coffees and something very similar happened with. Masha it. It started off as a kind of just like this beverage out of milk and sugar in it because the call he tended not to be so good and it had these associations of health and so people kind of wanted. It appears some people. Stop drinking coffee in an effort to get a little healthier macho but people didn't really realize that in japan. It really is this kind of it. Can be epicure inexperienced. A lot like good wine or good coffee a is and so there was nothing on the market like that first of all. It's hard to find it. Hard to find. Farmers that can actually produce really really high quality but i limited fan for quite a long time. I was there for nearly twenty years. All in and i got to know quite a few of them and One thing led to another. And i started drinking tons of the good stuff and turning my friends onto it. I i the food world. I am a cookbook writer. And so i'd love chef friends. And i started giving them to them and they were like holy crap. This is this is so good. I just can't believe how good this is. A business was born. I never really meant to to To start the business in that way it was really demand led thing among my friends. So you you went to japan. You discovered that you loved macho so you've got your own interest here and you wanted to share that experience sharing it with friends and they said okay. We like it. How do we get more of it. And this is what led to a business. That's exactly what happened and you was this before after you. You were in japan for you said close to twenty years. Now you're you're back in in california In in marin and did you to do the business start in japan or the us sort of the us. I had come back from japan in two thousand and two and was was doing a private chef. And as as i mentioned is writing cookbooks. And i had a column in the san francisco chronicle. Most people in japan experienced mantra in a ceremonial context. And as i said the t. almost as a secondary role in ceremony but for me it was just this wild kind of drinks. Like you know it's not like other teas you grind up the entire leaf so it's green tea. That's that's Not oxidized it's just you take the green lead. The green tea leaves steam them for six seconds. You dry them in these crazy dryers that looked like medieval Big hair drying rooms. It's really trippy. And then you store them store. Those those Steamed dried leaves in paper bags. They're like ten kilograms each in freezers in the in the in the t. processors japan. That's how they do it. And so you put a little hot water in that powdered tea and you whisk get around either with a traditional whisk. Funny little bamboo tool that is used or is our preferences an electric whisk and we saw it up into this really really foamy drink with hot water and you drink it. So it's it's got a lot of texture and mouse feel. It's almost like a really thick espresso. Yeah it has like a Like a soft velvety taste it and it is this like the the straight powder is just this brilliant lovely. It's like a micro powder ground so fine it. Is this just bright. Bright green that this it is a very attractive color. It looks like this must have. There's no way you did this without food. Coloring is the level of green or passing it through fukushima. Yeah it's got like a black light glow to it. So how do i still. I could buy much at the store. I'm guessing it's not great. I can get much at starbucks. What how do. I tell the difference between good or bad macho because i think this is where your brand has really excelled is in being able to communicate the difference and get people hooked on the difference. So let's start there. I'm i'm a consumer. I'm like yeah. I've had much at starbucks. I like it. You're saying you've got you've got the better stuff. What's the difference. How do i tell so. We got the bright color. And obviously if i try them side by side it'd be say like one is subjectively better you know when consumers into the here's an even a fancied market you know i mean whole foods is not offense he market but but fancier whole foods and engine. That and you might see a macho in there. You've no idea what it is. It might say product of japan which is a good sign. But you can't look at the color because it comes in a tin usually usually comes in metal ours comes in glass. I can tell you why two minute but you really don't know what you're getting can't look at it. Let's not tastes. You're just sort of trusting maybe usually based price whether it's any good or not and you know it's it's a gamble so i feel sorry for consumers that way and then if you go into starbucks you say gimme a give me a macho. They'll this thing is is. It's typically i mean. They still do this in the early days. They used to. Just mix the really quite bad quality macho with powdered sugar. It was kind of like we're break odd colored drink and you know frankly. That's what a lot of the the macho isn't the united states You go into any cafe. And if they've got a macci drink it's unlikely they're paying what they probably should be paying for good macho for the sole reason..

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"giulio gallo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:01 min | 11 months ago

"giulio gallo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Talented as well. But I'm having that, you know, actually, you know, I was lucky enough. When I came out here. I fell in love with a woman who I kept saying, you know, Talk about pinching yourself. Thiss woman was the lieutenant governor of the state of Nevada on and we just became friends on that friendship, ultimately lead to a wonderful marriage and a wonderful partnership. And This is really you know, every once in a while and I make jokes about it, But I mean it from the bottom of heart. Look up. Look up to heaven. You sure it's me? God, yeah. Yeah. You know, it's me, right? You don't You don't have me confused with anybody else. This many things shouldn't be happening to me that it was. He didn't get kicked out of church. Just the quiet quiet, so it's been It's been a most enjoyable journey and hopefully will continue and I've still recording and doing what I enjoy doing most. So that's singing. Have you have you thought about what's next? I mean, You got you got a variety show. You've already got the chicken. Least we went past the chicken. Oh, yeah. Yeah, I got a chicken. He's making fun of me because of a couple of times at the restaurant did bootlegger which is family owned. Obviously. My mother law is going to be 102 in March, and they named a dish after me. That's now you know you've made it here when they name off when they name a dish after you. On away. It's a chicken, though. You know, he could have picked another like a nice big steak, Angus or something. No chicken dish. Well, one thing I do know one thing I do know about myself. Maybe That's why the one thing I wasn't was chicken. Yeah, I took shots, you know, And that's what you gotta do in life. You have no shortcuts. Yeah. So Have you thought about what's next? Are recording reporting? Yeah. I mean, I still enjoy doing the show. I certainly don't want to go on the road and do what a lot of my friends are forced to do. Yeah. You know, I'm I'm comfortable in my life, my lifestyle. I'm surrounded by people who care about me and loved me and I feel his family about them Family and friends on DH. I'm doing what I enjoy doing the most and even Dan Slider said to me. I remember he's Easton in the seventies. One night. We're probably having a couple of Glasses of wine with Ernest and Giulio Gallo are our friends and the wife is, um, and saying to me, you know? I remember when you said watching Johnny Carson. I could do that, and I looked, And I said, Really? Did I ever say that? He says all you remember in the 19 seventies You said that, he said, You thought you could be more like a Johnny Carson would sink. And I go well, You know, sometimes your subconscious will lead you in a direction that you're not even aware of my I guess Maybe that was a goal, which I was not even cognisant of, but I find myself working towards it on I one of the greatest gift you can have is to is to learn from those that are better than you are at what they do. And so one of the gifts If I have something to be proud of is my ability to surround myself with people that are really, really good what they do, and they make me feel even better about what I do on. Uh and I think that's important life. I always you and I have visited at lunchtime and I said, Make sure you do that Don't ever be in Don't ever be afraid to surround yourself with people won't feel threatened by it learned from it, and you'll be surprised at how much better that makes you was not only a performer, a producer, but is the person in general. Exactly. And I mean, those were valuable lessons to learn. I'm trying to teach him to now have a my daughter Is 42. I have a 21 year old grandson. And I'm I'm trying to mentor him, You know, try to.

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"giulio gallo" Discussed on Business Wars

Business Wars

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"giulio gallo" Discussed on Business Wars

"July second nineteen, forty, one, Modesto. Black. Fan circulates the stale air and room three of probate court in the town hall. Judge Hawkins puts down his gavel and reads from the final accounting of Joe Gallo Juniors Guardianship Estate. I Order Ernest Giulio Gallo to pay the sum of twenty thousand dollars to their Ward Joseph Gallo that represents his share of gala winery earnings from the sale of his stock, which was co mingled with company. Funds. Once this is done, the guardianship is over. The judge looks up from the paper and surveys his courtroom. Only. One person is there earnest's lawyer who is nonchalantly sprawled on the wooden bank in the back of the courtroom Cortisol jarred. Decades from now, questions will surface about this day in court. For one, why does the legal records state that Ernest Julia and Joe Junior were all there? Joe Junior will swear he never knew anything about this hearing or for that his mother left him a third of the estate. He and others will suspected. Ernest created a sham legal proceeding to throw his brother a bone. All part of earnest's plan to keep Joe from demanding his share of Ian. J. Family Business Prophets. which by then were already climbing into six figures. But in the summer of Nineteen Forty, one, twenty, one year, old joe trusts that his older brothers will take care of him. He lives with them on the family ranch and let them handle the families joint holdings while he draws a meagre salary cleaning out fermenting tanks. But the menial labor and earnest's callousness nauseam. Meanwhile Overseas World War Two is brewing. States gets involved Joe plans to enlist and finally escape earnest's relentless.

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"giulio gallo" Discussed on Business Wars

Business Wars

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"giulio gallo" Discussed on Business Wars

"It's June nineteen thirty-three Fresno California. Giulio Gallo pulls his truck in the driveway of his father's rundown far. Their patches of weeds in the hard baked fields, the unpainted front porches sagging. So badly, the steps of collapsed under the yard. Giulio is twenty three years old lean and strong. His skin is leathery from childhood spent working the vineyards under his father's brutal rule. He's here to save his kid brother Joe from a similar fate. But there's someone he has to see first. Giulio finds his father in the Barn Joe Senior Pacing beneath the Hayloft. Dad I'm here to get Joe Junior I'm bringing him home with me. I bring Mama too. But I know she won't leave you. Joe Senior walks up to Giuliani standing inches from his face. He Jabs his finger into his son's chest. Who Do you think you are telling me what to do with my son but Giulio stands his ground he's just a kid. He should be in school besides I don't know why dragged him and Mama to this dump when we have a perfectly nice ranch modesto, his father's steps back and spits on the ground Julius feed. Giulio turns in disgust then heads for the house. Joe. Hey, Joe, where are you? Joe? Junior. Runs down the stairs and launches himself. Did you arms for a bear? Hug He's pint-sized. Thirteen. Is hand-me-down overall drag on the floor medicine ghetto. Go Get your things I'm taking it back to Modesto. But Julia I want to stay here dad and mom are getting along fine now. Giulio shakes his head. Is a little brother is their father's favorite. The one joe senior never backhands out of the blue. Joe. Junior wasn't even born yet when their father would pick up Giulio earnest and hurl them across the parlor. Or beat their mother. Susie with the handle a Ho. Earnest and I don't think it's safe quick down I'll help you pack. As Julia loads, his brothers Suitcases Baseball Mitt into the back of the truck their father runs up and grabs. Julia Czar. How am I supposed to run this place by myself? I need him to help with the farm Giulio Jerks arm away. Isn't it enough. You worked in earnest to the bone who were kids you've always been a bully. He's coming with knee and that's that Joe get in the truck. The time has passed when Julius father could physically impose his will on his middle son. After a moment, he takes a step back. Giulio. Gets behind the wheel of the truck and Joe. Junior slips in next to him. His mother here's the raised voices and the engine start. Suzy, runs toward them drying her hands on her apron. She Leans breathlessly into the window to whisper Giulio. I don't care what happens to me. All I want is for you boys to work together and get along..

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"giulio gallo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:28 min | 1 year ago

"giulio gallo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"About life and business. Hi. Welcome back to the mentors radio show. I'm Tom Laurie. And today we're with Len Fisher, the CEO of Title 21. Company that she was a co founder of and a primary investor from the Get Go. But her story is particularly interesting is that she didn't come into biotech from biotech. She was in the world of retail or marketing. I should say brand marketing of I scream and wide. So you get your MBA. And then you want to believe you went to work for an ad agency. I went to work after business school for Gallo Winery was added. You see before business, yes, which no. From what? I understand you were fired from that first job. Yes, I waas. So it's kind of a funny story because I was the writer that got to work. On Pittsburgh Brewing Companies campaign when they introduced light beer. Now I am dating myself there. It was hugely successful. This icy light radio. Campaign. The icy light was the sales were going through the roof. The president calls me and shortly after this big success, Pittsburgh Brewing Company they're thrilled. He calls me into his office in here. I think he's going to compliment me for doing a great job. Well, he actually told me that the ad business was tough and they were needing to cut about 15 positions. This would be the first cut. And he said, But land will pay you for the next two weeks and you can come in and use the office While in that moment, I quickly pivoted. Just because Hey, I didn't have a job anymore. My dad had counseled me for years. Go Get your MBA. Do something. Get out of that flaky advertising business, So I actually used the offices. H. P. M. Creamer to study for the G. Mac that was being held given Literally two weeks from them. Then I got into business school, The Cat's graduate school of business and started started my marketing and strategic planning curriculum. And then, after graduating from pit business school, I called up Apple. I called up Ernest and Giulio Gallo and I said to them, I said, you know. Creativity and business is a very popular topic. I've actually been payed for my ideas. It's a copywriter. And now I'm like Teo moved out west to the Bay Area because I just love all the opportunity out here, especially when I was young seen all the steel mills closed down in Pittsburgh. So Gallo offered me a job. What's interesting story and I have to laugh because my dad was in that flaky advertising ended up retiring from it so There's a personal connection there. If you're just tuning in, it's you're listening to the mentors Radio. More information is available on the Web at the mentors radio dot com. I'm tongue glory, and we are with Len Fisher from Title 21. So You get fired, You pivot. You get your MBA where they're particularly with the pivot After you're terminated. How did you Emotionally deal with that. Well, you know, I From from when I was very, very young. I've always been blessed with a lot of faith. A lot of faith that that sometimes it's the only way for God to get you the miracle When the universe moves you I probably would have never left that. That job Just because I love to write And, you know, I thought I was doing pretty well. So so, you know, I quickly realized that you know my love of learning, and I wasn't going to allow anybody else to define who I am. And who I want to become. So I just always kind of was a public man about it. And that has served me really well in life because even in adversity I have abundant faith and I just moved through it and I'm open to whatever may come and taken as much control as I possibly can, in the mean time, which is hard to do in life. So you went from school out here to E and J. Gallo. And then you found your way to Dreyer's Yes. Yes, and I was extremely happy. That's Dreyer's ice cream. But, yes, I was extremely happy at Gallo at a very early age. I was given a lot of opportunity. I had big ad budgets. I got toe workforce with Saatchi and Saatchi and develop ad campaigns. Beautiful animation 32nd spots for tots sparkling wine. I had to oversee the the Canadian business for both retail and the restaurant business. And I was really enjoying my time there. And one day a headhunter contacted me and I said, I'm happy. I'm absolutely happy. And he said, Well, I don't usually do this, Lynne, but I'm going to tell you the name of the company. It's Dreyer's grand ice cream. And I said, You know what? That's the on ly name that would pique my interest. And so next thing you know it. I'm I'm a Triers interviewing. My father always gave me very good advice as my mentor. You said. Go find Someone who's really smart, really a good person and go learn from them. And so it was less about leaving Gallo and more about joining Dreier's a great company culture. To actually work for my boss, Jim Farrell, who happen to be a Cornell engineer under crowd in a Harvard MBA and a really wonderful person. And He went on at dryers and put together The Mars Candy, I think was just Mars, Snickers and Eminem's and things and for everybody out there. That's why you can buy ice cream with Snickers and Everything I did lend led That effort. Tell us a little bit about that. That's a big change for ice cream to start mixing candy like that Retail candy? Yeah, it surely Wass. In fact, I'll never forget because it was at a leadership development off site. I was very involved in leadership development at driers. I was fortunate enough to be part of that development of that curriculum. So there was our initial offsite with the senior management will in that. I think they got to know me a little bit better. And talked about talked about more about what we want to do. What impact and so I was approached to say, Hey, listen, Lin I think since I had that experience of working for Gallo, a privately held very successful company and Eminem Mars today is still privately held. So they thought that I would be a good bridge builder because I was I was the general manager of the joint venture, so I worked 50% for M and M. Mars and 50% for Dreyer's grand ice cream. And I was the advocate for it for that business and basically had to work quietly because nobody could know about this joint venture. Remember? Nestle own 25% of Dreyer's at that time, so we had to keep it very quiet. So all the work I did in the product development with the sales force, getting the feedback. All the consumer research had to be done very quietly, and then we launched it. And to the surprise of everybody, and it became a big big success and sold lots of lots of Snickers and Mm Ice cream Now did you have Children at that time? He did. And I just must have been a hero. Oh, they still question my decision. Why would you ever leave? A job where there's abundant ice cream and candy, right? We were always thie the most favorite house on the block because we gave out big chocolate. So we're going to come right back to talk more with Len Fisher, who is the CEO of title 21, her pivot from ice cream and candy to biotech. Are you concerned.

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"giulio gallo" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"giulio gallo" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"Just because you thought nationally that was more recognized. I think it was just like the shooting locations. Yeah I love I love to know. This guy has an ax to grind. He's not thank you. I will show up for free locations basically okay so the real story. Yeah so I I. I love one country and so the real stories. We did go on a trip for my fiftieth. Those ladies and we he went to cinema. And then while we're on that trip I don't if it was amy poehler. Emily Spivey wrote a one of those to the idea like we should do this movie so then they actually actually went off and wrote it but I do think it was. I had nothing to do with the production so I would have been in Sonoma's but I I think you know when they go off and scout locations and all that it has to do with stuff like I know nothing about but but Nick Wilkinson in the winter. Yeah so let's see the movie. We went to our Tessa. That wasn't talking about your actual check. We went into on my gosh forget it. Oh ooh Oh my God. It's like oh I'm going to remember it by the end because we had an amazing time and there was one of the servers there was an opera singer. Only we didn't know it and so he busts saying happy birthday in opera. Oh my God. What's this place called? I'm going to remember what no okay. Yes when did you first realize funny Lou Reed ahead a super shy in. I don't know maybe maybe like seventh grade. English teacher Miss Westcott and she was funny and Silica alike. That's when I started like chime in and little comments on the back and I don't know maybe maybe around the maybe around seventh grade but then like even undoing plays like when I was interested in theatre I was not good at drama. Like wasn't good these serious but then when it was a comedy scene I've felt like Oh. Oh I know how to make this thing funny. Even I love getting a script and Warfare Theory even like when front of an audience and you realize doing the show night after night. Like what's what's so weird like at my tournament like this. It gets a huge laugh. And if I don't do that just all those little machinations I love figuring that yeah do you think Do you think that like are. Are you good in life with like like like like. Yeah you're making a choice on no no. No I mean like on stage. Wouldn't you say like you're not good with drama. You're better with comedy in real life or you afraid of serious things. View of non confrontational can't kind of Well that's a good question but no I I feel like I'm a real real per. I'm you know avoiding emotions. But I don't think I'm the best person to portray that there was just a it's more like I'm not the person to be like like whoa whenever I find it hard to cry on cue and all that stuff right. So that's what I honestly finding it hard to cry on. Cue is probably really healthy. Because I like being able to cry and the only person that I ever knew who really could cry on cue really well was my cousin amy and she she did. It just usually do not get busted for weed. And she was amazing at it and then we would say to her like cry and she would just go and tears flowing down and I. It always unnerved me. I felt like that can't be healthy. Can't be good for your mental health. Here we go next question. Trying to think of the vineyard still driving me crazy earnest and Giulio Gallo manage schevitz woods mischievous wineries Rachel when you were talking about like the negative reinforcement you felt at second city and you're kind of at this crossroads between between therapist and performing. How did you encourage yourself to keep creating even when it felt like? It wasn't paying off. Well it wasn't like I mean there. There is enough paying off that it wasn't like Oh fail it was just more like.

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"giulio gallo" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

Chapo Trap House

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"giulio gallo" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

"It was like fucking it. It was like giulio gallo or something so scam him like if we're not gonna get a raga get redistribution just make like a gun and say that it was like pat garrett's. Take it to him in a company. That's like reverse ghostbusters that promises to put actual ghosts in his ghost. We will populate relate your your fantasy community with all kinds of spook spirits in falter guys. We'll put john astin from the frighteners yes so yeah he's dead. We won't have to kick around anymore but like i said i guess i mean like the the point is if you have a political vision and are ruthless and you have billions of dollars you can enact it and i think there are lessons that the left can learn from even without the money. Maybe we can do this on the cheap deep but the world they created the one we're living in now is the one in which private wealth can dominate all public concerns and any democratic nick. There is no democratic. Check whatsoever anymore on it. They're free to amass as much wealth as possible through the despoiling of the natural environment and the corruption of politics at every single level so congratulations they won. He's dead. We unfortunately are all still alive and then he'll come back and we'll fucking mech suit and six six months they find out a way to like. They've found some like nazi scientists to use a fucking lightning rod to bring them back to life all right well. Let's close out with a <hes> more hopeful note with this week's reading series which is a doozy that comes to us from across the pond courtesy the of the telegraph the bloody tori paper in to this one is really good. It's by guy named charles moore and we she just take a look at charles and more and just how would you describe him to our audience. A little charles less pedophile the alleged that trump thing where you can see the lines from the from the spray tan like around his eyelids no he has sort of a <hes> a a here's a lurch like quality to him that photo from the g seven of all the leaders looking up. That's probably one of the best views of trump's raccoon raccoon. I tand than i've ever seen. I found another picture recently where you could see from an seen press conference that he did that. We talked about last episode where the line on the side of his face were the ten year behind the ear. I i've ever seen it. I'll i'll. I'll try to remember to tweet later. I it's really thinking about what trump's morning routine must be like his face image. I mean why is it that all of these summits all these g summits they make every world leader like pose for a photo in the most embarrassing way possible like they're doing a fucking rockets. They should do rackets canes and top hats. I mean at this point. I'm just gonna soom all some sort of a cult ritual that we don't understand understand the meaning of i mean i'm just glad though that they all get together and they can just see like how like sexy and hot trump is way back right time. We can't deny it so <hes> this article comes courtesy of the g seven. This is charles moore writing in the telegraph. The headline is boris has brought a miraculous changed changed the political weather as the remainder world order falls apart and of course the photo that <hes> illustrating this article is trump and johnston sitting across the table from each other both looking at each other like harpo and groucho doing the.

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"giulio gallo" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"giulio gallo" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Me take some booms smack smack dry yacht back then as my parents got older, they would have gin and tonics which my dad's name is Jim. So he would call them. Jim. Very clever. I get it other than they liked. He used to drink cream Sherry would drink cream share us. Well, it used to you may probably still does everyone have cream Sherry. Yeah. My mother never drank. My father never drank nobody in my family ever came home into the daily drinking. It was always you have any. Did you have any alcohol in your house beer in their frigerator? Nobody really touched. And then they beer probably was stale. And then there was always bottles of Gaul. But I knew that that was just for the holidays. So nobody really had like a couple of things like I think there is a half a bottle of colusa Tanqueray gin. There was a lot of wine drinking going on. But I mean from the earnest and Giulio Gallo big jokes. Like, nobody was like would you like a one of their wines able wine, and I drank when I was younger like I would drink go to parties and do that. And then whenever I was bartending when we'd be off we'd go out and drink and put the hammer down, but I never really drink more than one day in a row. Unless I was on vacation or doing something force myself. I was like, oh, that's too. And I was in my twenties or a couple of times, I'd go hell you doing this again. Yeah. Yeah. I just got a little. Yeah. And now, I just spent no every once in a while be like, oh, yeah. Like like, I said, I haven't Mexican food of an ice beer or something. But see I don't drink beer anymore. So I think maybe that's why I'm not drinking during the day every day, but at night, I'll definitely have of whiskey on the rocks. Nice Bloody Mary your pool and have a nice Bloody Mary with back. I just found a picture of Brad Pitt's, brother. Yeah. And what is his name from that male nurse show? L nurse show. What's that guy's name? Zach. Dr Zach Braff. Yeah. Mix them in with Doug. Pit equals. Brad pitt. They did that thing. I think it was act raff plus the guy from Nickelback equals Dax Shepard. That's right. Yes. Right. Anybody.

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"giulio gallo" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"giulio gallo" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Its low priced wine and spirit lines to e and j Gallo as in earnest and Giulio Gallo, it may be a family owned business. But that doesn't mean mom and pop. Marketplace's Megan McCarthy Carina reports the wine bottles on store shelves seem like little works of art each with its own unique label and Avakian description notes of Bramble with a hint of vanilla spice. You imagine them coming from a rustic farmhouse with rows of tended vines and an obsessive winemaker dedicated to the craft like the one described by Paul giamati character in the wines. Knob classic film, sideways, only the most patient end. Nurturing of growers, Nick simply really takes the time to understand Pinos potential can then coax into its fullest expression. But that's not really how the business works. These days says, rob MacMillan a wine industry analyst with Silicon Valley Bank. The vast majority of one you find in grocery stores it's made into production style, and it's not offensive. It's not craft wine. It's mass production. One. He says the forty five billion dollar wine industry has come to be dominated by Gallo and constellation and a handful of other major players that together represent about seventy five percent of all wine sales, but sales have been dropping for cheaper wines. Like those Gallo plans to buy says, Stephen Rana, a beverage industry strategist with Dutch, rob O Bank. It is a challenging time for the lower end of the market people are generally drinking less but better the Callow Macy's opportunity with younger consumers in their twenties and early thirties who may just be starting to develop a taste for glass. Of wine to pair with their KADO toast. I'm.

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"giulio gallo" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"giulio gallo" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Our to hear more, you can get it wherever you get your podcast. Coming up. We lost our higher speed rail in competition with airlines and also with auto trips the slow progress of high speed rail in California, but first let's do the numbers. The Dow Jones industrial average rose one hundred sixty six point six tenths percent to close at twenty six thousand three eighty four. The NASDAQ lost three points, essentially, flat to finish seventy eight ninety one and the s&p five hundred found five points. Two-tenths percent end at twenty eight seventy nine tesla shares reversed eight point two percent. The company announced it delivered fewer cars than Wall Street expected during the first quarter Facebook picked up one point four percent after Guggenheim partners upgraded. The stock its shareholders are getting accustomed to Facebook's privacy issues. Target says it will raise its minimum hourly wage by one dollar to thirteen bucks. 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This is marketplace, I'm Amy Scott wines, like clo-, DuBois ravens, wood and stone Sierra are standbys on grocery store shelves, and they're part of a one point seven billion dollar deal between two major players in the wine industry. Constellation brands known for corona beer says it plans to sell thirty of its low price wine and spirit lines to Ian, j Gallo as in earnest and Giulio Gallo, it may be a family owned business. But that doesn't mean mom and pop. Marketplace's Megan McCarthy Carino reports the wine bottles on store shelves seem like little works of art each with its own unique label and evocative description notes of Bramble with a hint of vanilla spice. You imagine them coming from a rustic farmhouse with rows of tended vines and an obsessive winemaker dedicated to the craft like the wind described by Paul giamati character in the wines. Knob classic film, sideways, only the most patient. And nurturing of growers Nick, somebody really takes the time to understand Pinos potential can then coax at Inuits fullest expression, but that's not really how the business works. These days says, rob MacMillan a wine industry analyst with Silicon Valley Bank. The vast majority of one you find in grocery stores it's made into production style, and it's not offensive. It's not craft wine. It's mass production. One. He says the forty five billion dollar wine industry has come to be dominated by Gallo and constellation and a handful of other major players that together represent about seventy five percent of all wine sales, but sales have been dropping for cheaper wines. Like those Gallo plans to buy says, Stephen Roenick, cleave a beverage industry strategist with Dutch Robbo Bank. It is a challenging time for the lower end of the market people are generally drinking less but better but Gallo Macy and opportunity with younger consumers in their twenties and early thirties who may just be starting to develop a taste. For a glass of wine to pair with their KADO toast. I'm Megan McCurdy Carino for marketplace. Out

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"giulio gallo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"giulio gallo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Its low price wine and spirit lines to e and j Gallo as in earnest and Giulio Gallo, it may be a family owned business. But that doesn't mean mom and pop. Marketplace's Megan McCarthy Corinna reports the wine bottles on store shelves seem like little works of art each with its own unique label and Avakian description notes of Bramble with a hint of vanilla spice. You imagine them coming from a rustic farmhouse with rows of tended vines and an obsessive winemaker dedicated to the craft like the one described by Paul giamati character in the wines classic film sideways. Only the most patient. End nurturing of growers, Nick somebody really takes the time to understand Pinos potential. Can then coax Phyllis expression? But that's not really how the business works. These days says, rob MacMillan a wine industry analyst with Silicon Valley Bank. The vast majority of winding you find in grocery stores it's made in the production style, and it's not offensive. It's not craft line. It's mass production. One. He says the forty five billion dollar wine industry has come to be dominated by Gallo and constellation and a handful of other major players that together represent about seventy five percent of all wine sales, but sales have been dropping for cheaper wines. Like those Gallo plans to buy says, Stephen Rana, cleaver beverage industry strategist, with Dutch, rob a Bank. It is a challenging time for the lower end of the market people are generally drinking less, but better, but Gallo Mason opportunity with younger consumers in their twenties and early thirties who may just be starting to develop a taste for a glass of wine to pair with their avocado toast. I'm Megan McCurdy Carino for marketplace. No, no. One of the hardest things for.

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"giulio gallo" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"giulio gallo" Discussed on KCRW

"Grocery store shelves, and they're part of a one point seven billion dollar deal between two major players in the wine industry. Constellation brands known for corona beer says it plans to sell thirty of its low priced wine and spirit lines to Ian, j Gallo as in earnest and Giulio Gallo, it may be a family owned business. But that doesn't mean mom and pop. Marketplace's Megan McCarthy Corinna reports the wine bottles on store shelves seem like little works of art each with its own unique label and Avakian of description notes of Bramble with a hint of vanilla spice. You imagine them coming from a rustic farmhouse with rows of tended vines and an obsessive winemaker dedicated to the craft like the one described by Paul giamati character in the wines. Knob classic film sideways. Only the most patient and nurturing of growers Nick somebody really takes the time to understand Pinos potential can then coax its fullest expression, but that's not really how the business works. These days says, rob MacMillan a wine industry analyst with Silicon Valley Bank. The vast majority of winding you find in grocery stores it's made into production style, and it's not offensive. It's not craft wind. It's mass production. One. He says the forty five billion dollar wine industry has come to be dominated by Gallo and constellation and a handful of other major players that together represent about seventy five percent of all wine sales, but sales have been dropping for cheaper wines. Like those Gallo plans to buy says, Stephen Rana, cleave a beverage industry strategist with Dutch, rob Bank. It is a challenging time for the lower end of the market people are generally drinking less but better the Gallo Macy and opportunity with younger consumers in their twenties. And early thirties. Who may just be starting to develop a taste for a glass of wine to pair with their avocado toast..

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"giulio gallo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"giulio gallo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Next Brian Lehrer show democratic presidential hopeful Andrew his proposal for universal basic income has helped him go viral online. We'll see what else is running on. And he'll take calls. Also, jogging stroller wasn't recalled over safety concerns after the Trump administration in the Brian Lehrer show at ten AM on WNYC. You're listening to marketplace on WNYC coming up next. It's all things considered with the VPN crash report. Whether Pete Buddha judge will run and the history of passing as white in the United States coming up next. This is marketplace, I'm Amy Scott wines, like clo-, deba- ravens, wood and Estonia are standbys on grocery store shelves, and they're part of a one point seven billion dollar deal between two major players in the wine industry. Constellation brands known for corona beer says it plans to sell thirty of its low price wine and spirit lines to Ian, j Gallo as in earnest and Giulio Gallo, it may be a family owned business. But that doesn't mean mom and pop. Marketplace's Megan McCarthy Corinna reports the wine bottles on store shelves seem like little works of art each with its own unique label and Avakian description notes of Bramble with a hint of vanilla spice. You imagine them coming from a rustic farmhouse with rows of tended vines and an obsessive winemaker dedicated to the craft like the win described by Paul giamati character in the wind snob classic film sideways. He's only the most patient and nurturing of growers Nick simply really takes the time to understand Pinos potential. Can then coax into its fullest expression. But that's not really how the business works. These days says, rob MacMillan a wine industry analyst with Silicon Valley Bank. The vast majority of wine do you find the grocery stores it's made into production style, and it's not offensive. It's not craft wine. It's mass production line. He says the forty five billion dollar wine industry has come to be dominated by Gallo and constellation and a handful of other major players that together represent about seventy five percent of all wine sales, but sales have been dropping for cheaper wines. Like those Gallo plans to buy says, Stephen Rana, cleaver beverage industry strategist, with Dutch, rob a Bank. It is a challenging time for the lower end of the market people are generally drinking less but better the Gallo Macy's opportunity with younger consumers in their twenties and early thirties who may just be starting to develop a taste for a glass of wine to pair with their KADO.

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"giulio gallo" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"giulio gallo" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"We will know if it's a bus by the end of July by the middle of July July first to the fifteenth when you signed bandage allies summer league, right? And we'll know by July fifteenth if they succeeded or fair realistically will know by July fifth. Yeah. For all intents and purposes, never quickly everything happened last year, George off the market LeBron the market right out of the gate. Yours was July one LeBron nine one of them. Yeah. No. They don't both on the night you were here met. But the LeBron deal wasn't. No. When I was on the air that Saturday night. Lebron hadn't happened yet. Run hadn't happened yet that the next night on Sunday. Yeah. Yeah. But but still that's those were the that was July one in July two. So we'll you're on the air June thirtieth. I was on the June thirtieth midnight. Yeah. Nine PM. I what is it is Friday. Thank you to everybody who came out to quarter men's galley yesterday. That was a full house Ireland. Yeah. They and it was fun because the dodgers should take kept it in home runs. Right. The way somebody tried it. It was the end of the month before they had eight home runs last year's eleven games in while. Hey, how're you doing in your in your battle against Michael? Oh, let me see my battling Mike, right? So here's the thing. We normally are what's my battle against Michael Kay. This this proves my entire point. Okay. They're having a host bracket here. But Mason doesn't even know what I'm talking about. Because they set it up in way that no one can vote you have to like hashtag stuff and do stuff. So they put in for some reason your matchup, they they can vote, but you have to go looking for it. I just want looking for it. And I couldn't find down fifty four forty six. And I think it's that's a race. It goes till Sunday. Yeah. And Michael being here, one o'clock in we are wine taste testing. Michael says that he can tell the difference immediately between two buck Chuck and came as I don't believe he can't. But we're all three of us are going to do. It turns out swell. Mason brought in a bottle of three dollar wine. Michael brought in a bottle of one hundred seventy five dollar wine. And and so we're going to go there and sonatas walking it. What are you doing man? You can't tell the difference between crappy wine and good wine. Don't even know what I'm looking for. Are you serious now? I don't know like oak to you all that. We're in find out. I think I can. Yeah. I to me wine is wine you drink to get drunk. I mean, there's that. Yes. Absolutely. I my like my wine in a Brown paper bag. That's how I like my white cardboard box. No, no, Brown paper bag next level. Oh, yeah. No. I actually bought a can of wine. Now, they're serving one hand can. Yeah. Trey one I'm not I'm not making this up at one year. Mason had a barbecue. And Dave singer brought a box of wine Barbara now boxes of wine have become. No, they have you know, like, your this is this is Toledo coming out in no capital. T Ernest Giulio Gallo says the gallery trailing business trailer park. Mason coming to the end of the line ever ever. I don't know game box of wine to apart. Agreed is this you not wanting to besmirch singer because he could get you on television. Has never gotten me on television..

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"giulio gallo" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"giulio gallo" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"But we had a plan of we've two hours to get fucked up before this thing starts because we're going to be there to the lock in winter like six in the morning or something, right? And so I bought one of those he gone bottles of whatever I go out to the car. I graduate driver to my Buddy's house. We're all gonna meet up, you know, and whatever we had bought to drink. We're gonna pound it. And then go together, I opened up the trunk of the car exploded. I was like it was somehow managed to still stay in in the bottle itself like liquid. So I was just like all right, then how did explode. What are you talking about? Like, the cork came up shot out of it. Yeah. Out of this thing and. I mean, it was it was crazy. And that's how hot it wasn't there in this thing. And I was just like well bucket. I guess what do we do? Now. I drank this two hundred degree wine. Try ported over. I try to put it for smites and just get this down on never forget, the taste nights. And that was. That was one of my final Gallo always comes back, and you the headache. You get off of that is insane. And it doesn't matter. What age you are? So that never goes. No, no. If I drank a glass of Gallow right now, I would instantly have a hangover as soon as you're done drinking. And you're right. Like when you don't know so. You go to college. It was the boons form and all that shit. Right. And then you move on to real life after college, and the I I got invited a friend of mine moved to L A before me, and she invited us to like, this this nice like classic party and lows feels it was up in those feels and you know, it was like, hey, brings some one or some potluck or whatever this thing, and we're just out of college. So we're like fuck. Yeah. And we'd have any money. Now there we brought one of those you didn't we didn't know because we thought we knew her from college. You know, she's cool. She was a year older than us, maybe or something, and she graduated earlier whatever the circumstance where she was in LA before she was there for a year. She was already in the system of like, hey this. Definitely. Yeah. And you remember that first time have like you're not loss and you're like holy shit. I'm an asshole that nights we brought a huge bottle of Ernest Giulio Gallo. And then the melon was the other thing that she told us about this party like we can advance. So we're gearing up like it's a college party like we're getting fucking crazy. This is awesome and sold golden grain and Californian Ellie liquor stores cheapest fucked to like ever clear. Yeah. So so we think when we carve a hole through a watermelon, and you stick the entire bottle into the watermelon. Right. Still do that do you mean still high school thing or a college thing? I'm yeah. Everybody's right. And you let it so can you put it in the freezer, and you let it really soak into that that Mellon we called it melanoma. So we carved it up and served it at the party. And we just said, hey, it's it's, you know, infused watermelon slices and like walking in with the Gallo. They were not impr-. I mean, they were just yeah. Really angry with the watermelon though. They didn't really didn't really know what's happening thought it was. So so people will some people who bid into it. We're like, oh my God. This is like others. We're like, oh, maybe this is strong vodka. Whatever people were vomiting like the rest of the night. Like, we never. Invited back to bet. Nah. That from that nopal. We're really really sick. Because look let's face it, unless you're just out of college or partying like that. Like, you don't really party like that anymore, and these people certainly weren't partying like that. They were not expecting the melanoma, and it took down and entire party where the point to where me and like my four buddies like it was laughable to us..

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"giulio gallo" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"giulio gallo" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"PF corral BF start the morning. Speaking to the revolutionary figure of the day that goes out to earn his Giulio Gallo. Yeah. The winery they started Boone's firm, really. They're the big the gallon. Right. That was another. When you are low on K. He got to bottle of what I. Thinking about how much we just didn't consider good wine or what you know what I'm saying. I think that big gallon. We would be like guys brought one or two buck Chuck or whatever just be like, well, it's two dollars. Not even thinking how horrible. It's so true. That was you just go like you even thought like, you know, you were doing it. You were the classy person that brought the wine right look. So it started out Gallo started this off nineteen sixty one off an apple wine that was released and then over the years the company introduced numerous fruit flavored wines, obviously in malt beverages onto the Boone's farm label Joma gigantic fan of. Big fan of of the Boone's Ernest Giulio Gallo. I remember, you're right. Like that was the go-to when you didn't have any money high school graduation. I bought like a big big bottle of that. The Gallo, right? And I put it in the trunk of my car at ended up being one hundred degrees graduation night. So we had like an hour from high school are two hours to get from the end of high school graduation to the graduation party was a lock in at this thing. They don't want kids out getting fucked up drinking and driving all that shit smart. And it was fun like this rec center and everything else, and we had a really great time. So I'm not gonna I'm not knocking that whatsoever..

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"giulio gallo" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

Shutdown Fullcast

05:18 min | 3 years ago

"giulio gallo" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"Shutdown full cast. Spencer hall, and you are listening to the dulcet tones of the only college football podcast. On these internet. I wanted to just jump right off and say, I wanted to start with mistakes. We've all made mistakes and life massive. Sometimes unreachable mistakes definitely had you're listening. Yeah, you're already listening to this podcast. Come on Steve, yourself, bail out now, eject eject. No, no, no. In for a penny in for pound? No, you listen, you may. You may get the canopy like yours, but isn't that better? You know, that would be calling a time out. Maybe you should call a timeout now, go get yourself together. Oh, you need. Timeouts don't always work out the way you think. Maybe you should take another one just to be. Sure. Could you take two timeouts? The bottle says, only take one, but I don't know if one's good too of better. My grandfather really believed that so that that might explain why like I would watch him. He was like, Nyquil this good stuff and then like thirty minutes later, you're like, why is he drooling green and passed out on the couch if your grandfather were alive today, he would totally by those, Tom Brady copper pajamas. The keep misprint limber speaking always had that theory about amputations. Pardon? Like they say, you know, is arms gotta go, I'm like, well, fuck it. Get rid of both of them. I hate them both. I'm so glad you're not a doctor and it's the bone saw he might be in Kennesaw. Yeah, that's true. Jason, Kirk. In the humor says, what's the biggest mistake you've ever made it work. Boy, we're, we've launched into the where to begin portion of the program. This. I 'cause I can tell you, let's see. I've made. I've made large mistakes at work. Probably the most humorous. One I think is a one time I was working at a liquor store. I thought I could balance a one more box of wine, and I don't mean box wine. I mean when you get those big, Ernest and Giulio Gallo like wine, you know, jugs, right? The kind that will cost three ninety nine and contained four gallons of of real rotgut California, not even sharded name but like Sharda. No charred meat. Yes, Chardonnay ain't anyway. I thought I could ballots one more on those and when I put it up there it did. If you ever heard of structure sort of heave and talked to itself saying this is going down, right? Like that, shudder. Why did you do this. Oh, Spencer this was going so well. Now, I think if it speaking in a male voice, it's like, I, this. Oh, no, I'm good. No. Got this. Got this. Just look away. Look, don't look. Got rock the ship. Don't eat. Oh, Bob. I'll just absorb it all. Amid of cardboard. Collapsing tower of wine bottles is probably a good metaphor for UCLA football this year. It really is, and I was the chip Kelly. I was like, oh, no, it can surely handle this one additional option. No, so I did that. And I heard the whole thing shudder in Iran light, hell. And I watched about. Iran, the way that was not in the way of this giant wall of liquid because when they ship those giant like four, three or four gallon like bottles, first of all, the glass extremely thin. I know you think you would be getting value, but you're not in addition to that, they put them in boxes. So basically they're just loaded bombs hidden as solid boxes. They're basically little. They're like little kerosene tanks, but with wines you've just given me a great idea for transporting a bomb can always looking for those. The. That's there's too much Tennessee in this broadcast already. I got a new way of make an ordinance. You won't find this in the cave the so I moved and about this entire solid wall of thirty bottles just went. In when it broke it was it was the worst smell. I have ever experienced in my life like imagine if you could just take essence of mad dog and boil it for two hours to get it down to. It's like finest, most intense yet went, it went right to the nose. I smelled like that for like a week. It was whole rand us. It made a really cool noise that when I don't regret it. Congrats. Yeah, buddy. Good. You did it? Yeah, I'm not. It's important to try things..

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