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Bordeaux, France — A poster who went by the pseudonym of “Post Malone Wine” (not his real name) posted this on Facebook this week: I was planning to post this in a few minutes to get some reactions on the post I made.
But I think this will go viral in a short while.
The poster, who has since been identified as the owner of a social media marketing company called Malone Media, is apparently the son of a prominent politician, Pierre Malone, and the son-in-law of another politician, Emmanuel Macron.
He claims he is working on a documentary about the politics of the wine industry, which will tell the story of the malonné grape, or the vine that produces it.
But it will also cover the politics and the rise of social media in the wine business.
The post, which has since gone viral, says that he’s writing the documentary in the hopes that it will make his father’s influence felt and make his grandfather proud of the vine.
“We need to get out in the field,” the poster says, before he goes on to describe his efforts to track the post on Facebook.
He adds: I’m not going to be a fool.
I am not going give up.
The Post Malone wine blog is another social media post that shows how the wine market can be manipulated and the political motivations behind it.
According to its posts, the Post Malones wine blog uses a platform called “Foursquare to track wine news and events, track the status of your social accounts, and provide a live feed of all the social events happening in France.”
It’s not clear what information the Post is publishing or what its audience is.
The company’s owners claim that the blog posts are not political, but the blog has a history of publishing posts on politics, including on social issues such as same-sex marriage.
It is not clear how the Post’s business model works, but Malone says he does not want to be “part of a conspiracy to take over the wine scene.”
The Post’s owners are known to the French wine world as the Malones.
The family owns about 20 percent of the Malone Group, and is the owner and majority shareholder of a group of brands, including Château de L’Orge, L’Espagne, and Cabernet Sauvignon.
The Malones are well-known in the French media.
In 2012, for example, the Daily Mail ran a story titled “The ‘Bordeaux wine’ post maloney wine” about a post on the blog that claimed that the Maloney brothers had purchased Châté de Léger, a vineyard in Châtelier.
The site later retracted the article, saying the family’s ownership was not in question.
In 2015, France’s highest court upheld the conviction of Pierre Malones on charges of corruption for allegedly embezzling millions from his father, the then-president François Hollande.
Malone was found guilty of stealing €1.6 million, but was acquitted of the other charges of fraud.
A court in France has since ordered the Malonns to pay the fines, while another case against the brothers is pending.