The Executive’s Guide To Wine: Part I

May 5, 2015
Lisa Travnik

It’s finally cocktail season. After a seemingly interminable winter here in New York, the alfresco café doors are opening and meeting clients out for a drink after work no longer comes with the fear of being snowed-in and missing the train home, or trudging through those horrible craters of brown slush that form at every intersection.

But that doesn’t mean there aren’t still a few anxieties that come along with the entertaining season. No matter how many business dinners I attend, it never ceases to amaze me how much stress the wine list can create for many people. It’s an interesting phenomenon that incorporates equal parts performance anxiety, budget consciousness and fear of the unknown. And it’s rampant in Corporate America, despite the fact that business dinners remain a vital part of day-to-day business development.  Read more in Joe Harpaz latest article in Forbes.

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