"Nobody Cares, Work Harder" Let's Celebrate with La Fête Du Rosé. Brought to you by Donae Burston.
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Aired Nov 24, 2020. We discuss the Power of forging your destiny. Leaving corporate to pursue your developed purpose and mission. Mr. Burston has curated all of his talents in order to build his family business of winemaking. A conscious capitalist $2.00 of every bottle purchased goes to a travel fund for underserved kids. An amazing story. He helped LVMH and the Ace of Spades Jay-Z's champagne break records in consumption and now he is bringing Rosé parties for all people globally. Buy your bottles at www.Lafeterose.com--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/maxlife-sylvain/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/maxlife-sylvain/support
Founder of La Fête du Rosé Donae Burston Joins DTS
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If you like wine you'll like La Fête du Rosé a company working hard to give back to the community and change the American stereotype of drinking Rosé.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Baltimore native Donae Burston has worked in the luxury spirit industry for over 15 years. From brands such as Dom Perignon and Veuve Clicquot to Hennessy and Moet & Chandon, Burston is no stranger to the business. In that time he’s seen the ins and outs of how spirit brands market to people of color, more specifically to Black people.
Get A Word In Ep15: Atlanta with Donae Burston, May 2020
Get A Word In
Josh and @thurstonburstoniii of @lafeterose talk rosé and what it actually is. NEWSFLASH it IS a wine and it's NOT just meant for day drinking.... Although day drinking is awesome.... and we should all be doing it more. They talk about breaking down barriers and marketing stereotypes to create new normals where everyone is included. What does luxury mean? How can companies be socially responsible and make positive changes? And how will businesses reach consumers? Pour yourself a glass and enjoy. @alchemy_agency www.lafeterose.com #getawordin #coronachats #rosé #rose #lafeterose #wine #daydrinking #marketing #hospitality #luxury #sttropez #miami #atlanta #thelafeteway #thisissttropez
The Color of Wine Presents: Donae Burston Founder and CEO of La Fete du Rosé
The Color of Wine Podcast
In this episode we had the pleasure of speaking with Donae Burston Founder and CEO of La Fete du Rosé. In this episode we speak to Donae about: Rosé, Rosé, Rosé !!!!! Lessons from Corporate America Marketing to the Community And so much more…………… Donae’s Bio Donae Burston is a luxury wine & spirits leader with over 15 years of industry experience. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Donae achieved a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in Mathematics from Clark Atlanta University in 1998. He concurrently completed a second degree in Industrial Engineering from Georgia Tech, before he began his career in the information technology sector, initially consulting on Healthcare Systems. In 2003, Donae entered the alcohol industry, working on the promotional side of a number of iconic brands in the U.S, before he joined the luxury group, LVMH. During his 10+ years with the company, he worked across brands such as Dom Perignon, Veuve Clicquot, Ruinart, Moet & Chandon, Belvedere Vodka and Hennessy Cognac. While with LVMH, in 2011, Donae created the first-ever luxury champagne bar in a sports arena at American Airlines Arena during the Miami Heat’s championship run. In 2016, Donae became the Regional Director of the Southeast U.S, Caribbean and Latin America regions of Armand de Brignac Champagne in which he was responsible for the brand’s commercial and marketing goals in each territory. While with Armand de Brignac, he achieved a 206% increase of sales in the Southeast U.S. for the brand. Throughout his career, Donae found that in general, the wine industry was not embracing the multicultural consumer (in messaging, marketing/event participation, social media, etc). As an African-American man himself, he wanted to create a quality product inspired by his zest for life and travel that honed in on catering to the margin that had been overlooked, particularly when it came to rosé. With a commitment to create a St. Tropez rosé that is both authentic and exceptional, in 2017 Donae went directly to the esteemed Domaine Bertaud Belieu winery. After several trips and a number of blending and tasting sessions, in summer 2019, La Fête du Rosé was born - a brand that speaks to all demographics with a focus on targeting the multicultural audience; hence the name “La Fête” – which translates to “the rosé party” – one that everyone is invited. Donae splits his time between Miami and Atlanta, where he lives with his fiancée and their 2 year old son, Noah. For more information: https://lafeterose.com/ Social Media: Instagram: @lafeterose Facebook: @lafeterose
036: A Toast with Donae Burston of La Fête du Rosé
UNGENTRIFIED with Kent Johnson
What Hot Boy/Girl Summer would be complete without a sip of rosé? On this episode of UNGENTRIFIED, I am joined by Donae Burston (), CEO of La Fête du Rosé (), and we discuss what got him into the wine industry, whether being labeled a “Black owned business” can negatively impact opportunity, and what fast food item pairs well with rosé. Listen and give us your opinion! Guest: Donae Burston, CEO of La Fête du Rosé ( / ) Website: Resources/People/Articles Mentioned in Podcast: Black Coffee Prince Kaybee HBO’s 1994 documentary, Gang Bangin’ in Little Rock MTV’s Sex in the 90s series The Black Godfather on Netflix Black & Abroad’s “” campaign of UNGENTRIFIED: “What Wine Goes With Leaving the Country” with certified wine expert Tanisha Townsend Pick up a bottle of La Fête du Rosé in Atlanta at Tower Liquors and Whole Foods locations in metro ATL. If not in the Atlanta area, you can order directly on the website at . Follow the conversation: @ungentrifiedpod on / @kentwjohnson on / #ungentrifiedpod Email us your questions/comments at .