It’s Monday, Let’s raise a glass to the beginning of another week. It’s time to unscrew, uncork or saber a bottle and let’s begin Exploring the Wine Glass! Today on Allure of the Pour, I sit down with Katy Wilson, owner/winemaker of LaRue Wines. Katy produces ultra-premium Pinot Noir and Chardonnay exclusively from the Sonoma Coast. Join me as we talk about what it was like to grow up in agriculture and how when all the stars align, you have to listen to them and start your own label. While you’re listening, please take a moment to swipe subscribe rate and review! Music by Kēvens Official Video Follow me on Instagram! Follow me on Twitter! SUBSCRIBE ON iTUNES STITCHER | iTUNES | GOOGLE PLAY | SPOTIFY | PODBEAN GIVE US A RATING AND REVIEW STAY IN THE KNOW - GET SPECIAL OFFERS Thoughts or comments? Contact Lori at email@example.com. Please like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/exploringthewineglass Find us on Twitter, Instagram , Pinterest, and Snapchat (@dracaenawines) Want to watch some pretty cool livestream events and wine related videos. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel. Find out more about us and our award winning Paso Robles wines on our website. Looking for some interesting recipes and wine pairings? Then head over to our wine pairing website. Thanks for listening and remember to always PURSUE YOUR PASSION!Sláinte!Please support our sponsor Dracaena Wines - Our Wines + Your Moments + Great Memories Use code 'Explore' at checkout to receive 10% off your first order
Katy Wilson! How You Can Earn £6000 a Month Just Through Direct Mail?
Property Sourcing Profits Podcast
David is with Progressive Deal Packager co-trainer Katy Wilson who has just begun her fourth year as a property professional. With a six-figure deal packaging business and a property portfolio worth 1.5million, Katy is a hugely successful property professional who shares some great advice about how effectively use direct mail and explains why she is able to successfully secure deals at below market value. If you are wondering about deal packaging then hear how successful you could be if you learn from the experts and follow the process. KEY TAKEAWAYS As a deal packager it’s not about the property it’s about the vendor and how motivated they are to sell. Financial difficulties and needing to move to a care home are motivators for vendors. It’s good to build relationships and work with people who can bring you multiple referrals. Direct mail gets fantastic response rates and it is very cost-effective. The key is always about the motivation it’s not about the vendor wanting to sell it’s about them needing to sell. A letter that looks handwritten gets a better response. As property people we look at property differently you can help people who are motivated because they want and need to sell. When you are beginning there are high-value tasks and low-value tasks that need completing and you need to focus on the high-value tasks. When you make an offer, educate the estate agent /vendor as to why you are making a lower offer. Explain what needs to be done. Go through a list of what needs to be done and reverse engineer to explain the offer. The reality is if you are doing a good deal it will progress quickly. BEST MOMENTS ‘As a deal packager the world is your oyster and anything is possible’ ‘If you commit to working with Progressive deal packaging for 2 years you can be in the same place as Katy’ ‘Sending a second letter after the first letter has a really good return rate’ VALUABLE RESOURCES Property Sourcing Profits Podcast https://www.progressiveproperty.co.uk/ https://unlimited-success.co.uk/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/progressivepropertycommunity/ ABOUT THE HOST David is a property expert with over 25 years’ experience and his own portfolio of 26 units. His current rent roll is in excess of £10k per month. He is also a partner in a Deal Sourcing and Packaging business in the North West of England and has sourced over 250 properties for investors since 2004. In recent years he has, by necessity, had to develop an expertise in LHA strategies. This area is increasingly becoming a niche for him, and he enjoys empowering other landlords by sharing the knowledge he has gained. The ultimate purpose when sourcing properties in this sector for investors is to minimise risk while maximising profit. He has had to find answers to the challenges of Tenant Find, Management, ensuring rents are paid and the transition to Universal Credit. These are strategies he uses in his own business and also on behalf of investors. His investor clients regularly achieve annual gross yields of over 20% with high occupancy rates and voids resolved, sometimes within hours. CONTACT METHOD https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-siegler-7b126316/ https://www.facebook.com/DavidSieglerInvestments/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode Seven: Inspiring OT's for OT Week with Katy Wilson
Pro In Practice: Personal Development for Independent Therapists
We are celebrating OT Week (#ChooseOT) as well as celebrating Katy Wilson's 5 Year PT Kids Anniversary! Katy answers the RCOT's Question for OT Week; Why do you love being an OT? As well as giving hints and tips to anyone thinking about OT as a career option! Katy tells us how working with PT Kids over the last 5 years has helped ignite her passion for the profession and what she loves best about working in independent practice with Team PT Kids. If you're considering private practice as a career option; then it's well worth hearing Katy's advice and experience: listen from 09:09 onwards. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.ptkids.co.uk
EP.24: Katy Wilson Crushes it as a Winery Owner and Winemaker!
The Go Find Out Podcast: Interviews with Inspiring Women
Crack open a bottle of Pinot and listen as I interview Katy Wilson about her journey in becoming a winemaker and starting LaRue Wines. Katy shares what challenges she's had to overcome to start her winery as well as: Her methods for staying organized as a business owner What it's been like breaking into a male-dominated industry How she's dealt with naysayers and become a wine-making consultant for several other wineries In my personal update, I'll remind you to check out National Novel Writing Month or NaNoWriMo and try your hand at writing a novel of 50,000 words in the month of November! Episode Notes & Links: Try some of Katy's amazing Pinot Noir or Chardonnay by ordering online! www.LarueWines.com You can also follow Katy on Instagram, Facebook, or YouTube to check out some virtual wine tastings! Or join her Wine Club to gain exclusive first access to LaRue Wine's new releases and library offerings prior to the official release of wines to their mailing list! NaNoWriMo Ever wanted to write a book? Your chance is coming up! Join my small group of 20 listeners to write 50,000 words in the month of November! Looking for more inspiration? You can follow this podcast on facebook, twitter, or Instagram. Interested in my fiction or articles about being an Indie-Author? Check out my author website at www.jjrussellwrites.com Want to support the podcast? Buy me a cup of coffee here!
August 27 2020 - Guest: Katy Wilson, winemaker and owner of LaRue Wines
All About Wine
Tonight's Guest: Katy Wilson - winemaker, entrepreneur - owner, LaRue WinesShow Host: Ron -Wine maker, cellar master, vineyardist and tasting expert.Questions during the LIVE show?** Please note: We are not accepting voice calls during the LIVE show. Please post your questions & comments in chat! Thank you.Visit our Facebook page and comment on the LIVE video feed - http://www.facebook.com/allaboutwinebtror chat with us on our BlogTalkRadio page during the show.E-mail the show with your questions and comments, anytime, at email@example.comWe are also LIVE on Twitch.TV, Mixer and Mobcrush.
Since 2009, LaRue Wines has focused on making high quality Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, exclusively from vineyards on the Sonoma Coast. The wines are elegant, restrained, and forever inspired by the resilience and strength of one Veona LaRue
Since 2009, LaRue Wines has focused on making high quality Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, exclusively from vineyards on the Sonoma Coast. The wines are elegant, restrained, and forever inspired by the resilience and strength of one Veona LaRue. Who is Veona LaRue? Tune in to find out as the hosts talk with Katy Wilson, vintner/winemaker, and granddaughter of Veona. Learn what Veona had to say when Katy told her she was naming her winery after her. [EP24] Alongside LaRue Wines, Katy works with several other projects. Currently, she makes wine for Anaba Wines, Claypool Cellars, Reeve Wines, and Smith Story Wine Cellars. Learn more about Katy and her wines at LaRueWines.com The post Wine Women – Katy Wilson, LaRue Wines appeared first on Radio Misfits.
Katy Wilson - Deal Packager Extraordinary and The Queen of System. For Zero to 6 Figures And How You Can do it Too
Property Sourcing Profits Podcast
In this episode, David is talking with Katy Wilson who quit her job and in a very short amount of time has built a successful deal packaging business in parallel with a growing property portfolio. They discuss how to find the right properties in the right location and using social media effectively to find investors. Katy shares some great nuggets that will benefit anyone in deal packaging in this informative and inspirational episode listen in and enjoy KEY TAKEAWAYS Before deal packaging I worked as project manager, I loved being an organised person but was living out of a suitcase so I quit my job but needed something that would have a quick return. It was then that Progressive came into my life. I wanted to build my own portfolio but deal packaging complimented that goal. In my first year, I packaged 15 deals and in year 2 I packaged fewer deals but learnt how to make more money from each deal. The right location You need to know your area, the rough streets from the good streets, Mouseprice have heat maps which show the most expensive houses in red and the cheapest in dark purple. This allows you to find the areas in the middle that are right for deal packaging Marketing strategies I target and befriend valuers within the estate agents and through the valuer, I get my properties before they go to market. I love direct mail and have my magic letter which is an amalgamation of everybody’s ideas The response rate is around 11% and I send out 200 letters a month. This generates around 20-25 calls resulting in, on average, a deal a month minimum. Investors I find all my investors online and leverage social media I post everything I am doing on Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn They all work very differently for me but they all bring in investors Post everything you do, be very active and you will start to get a following. The key is taking potential investors from just being a name on social media to a qualified investor. When I secure a deal, I work with two distinct layers of investors. I have VIP investors who I speak to regularly, I know what they are looking for and their numbers. My other level is to send the deal out my qualified investors who can then respond if it’s a deal for them and reserve it with a reservation fee. BEST MOMENTS ‘Little did I know how much money I would make’ ‘You’ll always get an up value with a new bathroom or kitchen’ ‘When you layer your valuers and then put direct mail on top you are going to do at least 2 deals a month from that’ VALUABLE RESOURCES Property Sourcing Profits Podcast https://www.progressiveproperty.co.uk/ https://unlimited-success.co.uk/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/progressivepropertycommunity/ ABOUT THE HOST David is a property expert with over 25 years’ experience and his own portfolio of 26 units. His current rent roll is in excess of £10k per month. He is also a partner in a Deal Sourcing and Packaging business in the North West of England and has sourced over 250 properties for investors since 2004. In recent years he has, by necessity, had to develop an expertise in LHA strategies. This area is increasingly becoming a niche for him, and he enjoys empowering other landlords by sharing the knowledge he has gained. The ultimate purpose when sourcing properties in this sector for investors is to minimise risk while maximising profit. He has had to find answers to the challenges of Tenant Find, Management, ensuring rents are paid and the transition to Universal Credit. These are strategies he uses in his own business and also on behalf of investors. His investor clients regularly achieve annual gross yields of over 20% with high occupancy rates and voids resolved, sometimes within hours. CONTACT METHOD https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-siegler-7b126316/ https://www.facebook.com/DavidSieglerInvestments/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on episode 219 of the We Like Drinking podcast we’ll be discussing bourbon barrel aged wines and we're talking with Katy Wilson from LaRue wines. So crack open your beer, uncork that wine, and let’s get drinking. If you like what you are hearing in this episode, consider helping us out by becoming a patron of the show. Visit WeLikeDrinking.com/pledge to get in on the action. Panel Introductions And What We’re Drinking Our guest tonight is an elite member of the 4% of California winemakers who own their winery and are also female. Not only is she the winemaker and owner of Sonoma based LaRue wines, but she is also the winemaker for Anaba wines, Claypool Cellars, Reeve Wines, AND Smith Story Wine Cellars, all of which reside in Sonoma. Please help us welcome, Katy Wilson. You can find out more about Katy @LaRueWines on Instagram or on the website at LaRueWines.com Wine, Beer, or Pop Culture Reference Pommard Wines ‘Till Sold Out Katy Wilson Interview Booze News Solomon - What’s your take on Bourbon Barrel-Aged Wine? https://vinepair.com/articles/barrel-aged-wine-good-debate/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=site Ask Us Anything We’ve been talking about the Ask Us Anything episode all month and we are excited to get it recorded for you. Look for it to drop on April first, cause that seems appropriate. Last call That’s right it’s time to break out your phones and get that last minute hook up with us. Follow us on the socials, Twitter, Instagram and our private group on Facebook known as the Tavern. Katy, one last time the best place for people to connect with you on the social spaces? Search up the show on Apple Podcast and leave us a big fat 5 star review And, visit We Like Drinking dot com slash pledge to find out more information about becoming a patron of the show and help You can also find the show notes for this episode with all the links to the stories or mentions we had at http://welikedrinking.com/podcast Or, if you’re on your phone right now, just swipe right. It's that time, so now I'll say, OK panel, let’s take one last trip around the table and get some final thoughts before we shut off the lights. Solomon John Katy Eckles Thanks again for joining us at the We Like Drinking Podcast….where you’ll never drink alone.
How to Let Wines Speak for Themselves with Katy Wilson
Cru | Weekly Wine Industry Podcast
As one of the 4% of female winemakers in California who are also owners of their own winery, Sonoma-based LaRue Wines winemaker and owner, Katy Wilson is also making waves within the 10% minority of California wineries whose lead winemaker also happens to be female. Because, not only does she manage every harvest decision, punch down and barrel regimen under her own label, she also the winemaker for Anaba Wines, Claypool Cellars, Reeve Wines and Smith Story Wine Cellars – all Sonoma-based wineries who have sought out Katy’s knack for letting the wines speak for themselves. Learn more about Katy here. With barely a dime to her name at age 26 when the idea of LaRue crossed-over from conversation to conception, Katy’s passion for winemaking has evolved into not only an in-demand wine label, but also an in-demand consulting business. Today, at only 35-years old, Katy is proving to herself and to young, up and coming women in wine that persistence and hard work really do go a long way. While Katy will tell you her story is just beginning, she’s already journeyed a colorful path to get to where she is now, highlighted by stints at Joseph Phelps, Flowers and Kamen, just to name a few; not to mention a few international harvests in New Zealand and Australia. Today, nearly a decade after launching, LaRue is an ultra-premium, 500-case brand featuring elegant and restrained single-vineyard Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from some of the top vineyard sites on the Sonoma Coast (Rice-Spivak Vineyard, Charles Heintz Vineyard, Emmaline Ann Vineyard, Thorn Ridge Vineyard and Coastlands Vineyard).