Silver Lining Playbook

An entrepreneur’s journey

Silver Lining Playbook
Alexandra Schrecengost left her job in corporate wine marketing to found two inclusive virtual companies. Now she has also launched her own red wine and olive oil labels. (Evan Sung)
From the Apr 30, 2022, issue

During the COVID pandemic, Alexandra Schrecengost gave up corporate wine marketing and combined passion and purpose to found two inclusive virtual companies in 2020. Wine Spectator senior editor MaryAnn Worobiec traces the entrepreneur's journey, as she grew her offerings from virtual wine and beer tastings and cooking classes to corporate gifting of artisan prodcuts to the launch of her own Zinfandel and olive oil labels.

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