Swirls: World Series wine, Facebook, Twitter & wine, Tunisian wine, Chicago Tribune columnist’s farewell

SWIRL: For the record, the San Francisco Giants poured, or mummshall we say, sprayed, Mumm Napa Brut Prestige at their World Series Victory celebration the other night. 

SWIRL: Wine PR and marketing firm Benson Marketing rolls out “Mission Control,” a social media program for wine and spirits producers that want to extend their brands through Facebook, Twitter and other sites. Cost: $1,500 a month.

SWIRL: Here’s something I didn’t realize. Tunisian wines, which have a French influence, are now being exported to the United States. Wine Enthusiast interviews a New York-based importer who is promoting them.

SWIRL: Bill Daley of the Chicago Tribune bids farewell to wine writing with some final thoughts on the experience and some last tips for wine lovers.

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