9 to 5: Lilly Holt – NH Wine

Lilly Stays

Lilly is able to have an amazing lifestyle in New Hampshire, even while being employed at an entry-level position, because of low rent and no state income tax.Lilly 9-5  With the extra money saved by the absence of state sales tax, Lilly has a blast shopping locally in Concord and making her apartment feel like home. With her disposable income, she splurges on getting her nails done downtown and bringing her friends from Boston, Connecticut and New York to indulge in local restaurants and fine wines.

Lilly Works

Lilly works with resellers to introduce new brands of wine from all over the world. She enjoys promoting, pairing and educating the variety of wines to new resellers and customers. LILLY WIne Lilly understands that purchasing wine can be an overwhelming or intimating experience but with her knowledge and personality, she is able to simplify the process.

And everyday is different working for E & J Gallo Winery. Lilly gets to be creative and have a new experience with every customer and store manager she encounters. She likes opening up people to new choices. She loves that wine brings family and friends together. Are you interested in a career with wine? Check out the New Hampshire Winery Association with local wineries and contact information.

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Lilly Plays

Being a New Hampshire transplant, Lilly is taking New Hampshire by storm and is constantly checking all three of the popular shopping outlets in Tilton, Merrimack and North Conway. Who doesn’t love a bargain on fabulous brand names? Residing in Concord, NH, Lilly is surrounded by the history of the oldest state capitol building in the United States.  She is willing to travel all over the state for the best skiing in New Hampshire as well as hiking. Just this week, Lilly has had her artwork featured at the Currier Art Museum in Manchester, NH, where she takes weekly art classes.

Are you a wine enthusiast? We want you to comment below with your favorite wine! Or perhaps you are planning a romantic home-cooked dinner and need some suggestions for a wine paring? Our young professional Lilly will respond to your comments!   Lilly 2 9-5Do you or someone you know work for an exciting NH company or organization and want to be featured in the SWP blog? Email 9to5@stayworkplay.org

 

2 Responses to “9 to 5: Lilly Holt – NH Wine”

  1. Shanon HounshellFebruary 25, 2014 at 8:54 am #

    St. Patrick’s Day is coming up, Lilly. I’m not drinking beer. Any wine pairing recommendations for traditional Irish fare? I’m talking Shepherd’s Pie, Stew, Corned Beef and Cabbage, Irish Soda Bread. I look forward to hearing from you – thanks! By the way, my favorite wine I purchase at the Co-op in Lebanon lately is Bluebird Pinot Noir. I also like Billi Billi Shiraz. After trying a white I like at The Naughty Vine in Claremont (specializing in wine, cheese & chocolate from the Northeast Region) and a red I wrote about in the past (http://stayworkplay.org/blog/best-burdicks-walpole-mountain-view-wine/), I’m open to local options, as well.

  2. LillyFebruary 27, 2014 at 9:05 pm #

    That’s a tough one Shanon since so many traditional Irish meals are beer based.

    I’d suggest, if you are looking for a light refreshing white than Starborough is a great choice. It has layers of tropical fruit on top of the crisp citrus notes, because the grapes are grown more inland in New Zealand. The bottle is bright green so you’ll see it on display in most grocery stores around St. Patrick’s Day.

    For a red paired with a hardy meal I would suggest Carnivor. This is a big, bold, smooth Cabernet Sauvignon. It’s considered “The King of Reds” and will go well with your stew. It’s not overpowering in flavor that you need to have a meal with it. I’d say start with a glass while cooking!

    I hope this was helpful!

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