Of Sarah Palin and Palin Syrah: An Alaska Governor and a Chilean wine

Friday, October 03, 2008

Just weeks ago, Palin Syrah was a modestly popular organic Chilean wine that went for about $13 a bottle. Then came the Republican National Convention, and the announcement that a very popular Alaska Governor named Sarah Palin was John McCain’s pick for running mate. And Palin Syrah was suddenly not-so-popular. The Takeaway talks to Chris Tavelli — the owner of Yield Wine Bar in San Francisco.
Guest: Chris Tavelli, co-owner of Yield wine bar in San Francisco

Contributors:

Noel King

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