Harleen Singh Rawal
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At 4:55pm on December 14, 2008, Margie Tosch said…
Hi Herleen!

Welcome and thanks for joining - I believe you are our first from India! India is a place I hope to be able to visit in the future. Ahh, the food....

At 8:51am on December 23, 2008, Anna Maria said…
Hi Harleen, I'm new on this network too...
I work for a winery in Sardinia (Italy), what about you?
Hope to hear from you and, why not, work on exporting sardinian wines to India!!!
Difficult, far away, but not impossible!
Anna Maria
At 12:28am on December 27, 2008, Arijit said…
Hi Harleen,
Nice to read from you.
Thanks and wish you too a belated Christmas. I have been in Bangkok for about nine months now. Which Taj property are you working now. I used to be Executive Chef of Jai Mahal Palace (Taj leisure division) at Jaipur.
At 3:55am on December 28, 2008, Arijit said…
Hi Harleen, thanks.
I am not in Linkedin. The economic crash down has impacted everywhere. Apart from that, Thailand have some internal political issues, for that about 32% of tourists have cancelled their trip to Thailand. As a result Bali and Kuala Lumpur is over flooded.
Catch you later.
At 7:56am on January 1, 2009, Mathew McIntyre said…
Hi Harleen, things are going great. the Industry has suffered a minor slow down right now but things will get better. A great wine promotion is a wine paring contest between restaurants and hotels. If you can find a wine producer to sponsor an event in your hotel, where Chefs compete to produce a dish the best pairs with wine, this always draws a lot of attention
At 7:57am on January 1, 2009, Mathew McIntyre said…
My company also produces video recipes which can be used to promote cooking with wine and how to use wine in cooking.
At 12:21pm on January 3, 2009, Phil Morich said…
Hello Harleen, Happy New year to you! The Northwest region of the USA has been hit very hard, lots of closures and layoffs. Hopefully we can all come out of this trend very soon. Right now all of my clients are refocusing on running their operations very tightly. We are staying open later, opening earlier, trying to reduce costs and labor across the board, as well as giving more real value to our customers. Value that they can see and experience. Good Luck and Great eating!!!
At 7:49am on January 5, 2009, Rock N Roll Chef said…
Holla From Chicago! How far are you from Bangalore? I've been conversing with a talent buyer there about some shows.

At 9:45am on January 5, 2009, A. Stanley Constantine said…
sure buddy.. nice meeting ya in here
At 9:49am on January 5, 2009, Erika Goodell said…
Hi there!

We have around 22 wineries in our immediate area. We run our wine tours differently than most in our country. Most of the tours and limos here give you a "starts as low as XX" rate and you don't really know what the cost is until the end of the tour, as everything is an additional fee.

We assume that not everyone is so wealthy they don't need to budget so we quote a rate up front that is all-inclusive.

Our tours run $125 per person weekends, $115 per person weekdays.

We pick up the guests at their location, escort them through their tastings at 3-4 wineries (depending on how long they like to linger at each one), take care of all tasting fees (which can run from nothing at one winery to $12 per person at another), provide bottled water and soda in the van, and serve a generous cheese, fruit, and local hand made chocolate plate during the tour.

We find that four wineries is more than enough for one afternoon, and they are very fun to run!

I would imagine you have all kinds of tours you could run for your guests! It's a greatly appreciated service for very little overhead.



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