If you travel around the U.S. enough, everything starts to look the same: same stores, restaurants and hotels. Same everything. You could call it the McDonalds/Starbucks effect. Sure, it can be comforting to have a familiar store to shop at while traveling, but my travels afford me a bit of a different perspective.
Award-winning winemaker started Cycles Gladiator in 2005, quickly growing in fame with its tasty wines, extreme value proposition and iconic label portraying a naked, red-headed siren flying by on a bicycle. After years of fame and a skyrocket in production, and a sale to a large wine company, the brand lost its way.