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Fundraising is tough. It’s tough to work out what people would actually want to buy. It’s tough to get creative about what events to throw. It’s tough to recruit people to help with the fundraising. ...and it’s even more tough to collect the money and reconcile it all against the products that actually went out for sale. You’ve tried and you’ve tried again. You’ve told yourself selling chocolates and earning a few dollars here and there is just too much work. You’ve told yourself asking people for tickets to an event is too much work. What if we could help you fundraise in a way that can go viral? We could help you raise money by offering a product that most people want, already buy or know someone who would want to buy? One day, when sitting in a bottle shop watching hundreds of people buying cases of wines and...

June 08, 2017 written by Angelica Nohra 0 comments

Today is a really significant day for me. It's International Women's Day! Why is that significant? It celebrates the lengths the ladies before us have had to go to encourage Women's Freedom of Expression, women's voting rights, women's right to work and so much more.  Something I also celebrate today is the amazing women who were responsible for the delicious Champagne that we love today. I want to acknowledge 3 women in particular, you may have heard of them; Madame Barbe-Nicole Cliquot (née Ponsardin), Louise Pommery & Madame Lily Bollinger! These women pioneered Champagne (along with Mr Henri Abelé by the way) and the latter two ladies built up Champagne empires after their husbands died. All three women were true fighters for innovation and had a vision that not many other people had. I honor those women today!  Another woman I honour today is a lesser known woman. Her name is...

March 08, 2017 written by Angelica Nohra 0 comments

For our honeymoon, my husband and I were lucky enough to spend a month in Tuscany. It was a brilliant idea because we got to experience things outside of the typical Florence, Pisa and Siena (ALL beautiful places with a rich history and I'm sure you have heard enough about them so lets delve into some more obscure places). Tuscany is a magical place and it's exactly as you would expect it from the movies. I remember growing up watching romantic movies set in Tuscany and thinking "wow, the rolling hills, the vineyards, the coastline...is it really like that?" I have to say, it's exactly that! I highly recommend you spend at least 2-3 weeks travelling around Tuscany and believe me, it's best if you have your own car. Yes, Italians are insane on the road but a car will allow you to step outside of the tourist areas and...

October 03, 2016 written by Angelica Nohra 0 comments