Moscato and Music Launch Digital Sips
Moscato and music? Yes, of course for the launch of Digital Sips. Moscato has become a favorite wine for many, but especially for the young millennial generation because of the wine’s deliciously sweet and fresh taste with peach and citrus or even hints of honey and red berries like the Gallo Family Vineyards Moscato Pink and Red wines. You will fall head over heels with these wines alone even if you keep it simple with their original White Moscato wine which goes perfect with a plate of different cheese and a fruity dessert such as cheesecake topped with strawberries. If you wish, be even bolder and try something new today by looking up some refreshing wine cocktail recipes for an extra twist.
This past Wednesday, April 30, we celebrated our Digital Sips VIP Launch party at the GE Monogram Design Center right in Chicago! Kicking the party off with some amazing spring wines, we followed up with a reception as Wine Channel TV CEO and Host, Jess Altieri interviewed a panel of our VIP guests whom are known for their contributions in the music and tech industry and everyone discussed how taste and tech collide in this digital media age. When taste and tech collide, one thing we keep in mind is discovering who in the field of digital technology and winemaking are becoming the leaders to clear new paths for future entrepreneurs. At the Digital Sips VIP Launch, we spoke with Music Dealers CEO, Eric Sheinkop, someone is making waves for up and coming solo artists and bands while helping brands find the right sound for their marketing media promotions. Sheinkop has been helping Fortune 100 brands for years to find the right music they need to set the tone for a commercial to reach out to their target market. Are you a fan of True Blood? You can thank Sheinkop and Music Dealers for finding the right artists to have their music featured during the episodes of this hit TV show.
Other panelists that Jess spoke with about taste and tech at the Digital Sips VIP Launch included Howard Tullman, CEO of 1871; Eric Sheinkop, CEO of Music Dealers; and Damon Ranger, Grammy and Emmy winning Producer. Thank you to everyone who came to the launch reception and party to discuss how taste and tech collide in the music technology industry!