Seed Wine Launches Next Phase of Profile Series with Holstee’s Michael Radparvar

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Inspirational entrepreneur Michael Radparvar of Holstee gives Seed Wine his recipe for fulfillment

Holstee Manifesto

We realize that living a mindful life and living fully is one of the hardest things to do. It’s a continuous balance between being ambitious and being content.

Starting with hand-picked grapes, Seed Wine has mindfulness infused in every bottle. Holstee co-founder Michael Radparvar has a similar appreciation for life’s details. That’s why he was a natural choice for the newest installment of Impact Stories, Seed Wine’s profile web series featuring inspiring and outstanding individuals. Michael recently chatted with Seed Wine about achieving the delicate balance between contentment and ambition.

Never one to miss an opportunity to connect with a like-minded entrepreneur, Seed Wine’s Tony Hartl reached out to Michael on whim — and the two became fast friends. If Holstee sounds familiar, it’s because the company’s bold manifesto went viral.

Far more than a mere corporate creed, the manifesto is a call to live your life with purpose and passion. It’s credited with inspiring the likes of Google and Airbnb, along with millions of people across the globe. Holstee began by making T-shirts but has evolved into something much bigger: a business in the art of inspiration.

“We realize that living a mindful life and living fully is one of the hardest things to do,” Michael says. “It’s a continuous balance between being ambitious and being content.”

Learn more about Michael’s unique life philosophy and view high-resolution images at

About Seed Wine: Launched after a serendipitous sojourn to South America, Seed Wine is the brainchild of Dallas entrepreneurs Tony Hartl and Alex Chang. The boutique Malbec is harvested with the world’s best winemaking techniques: hand-picked grapes, ancient canal irrigation, and 43-year-old vines. Click here to review tasting notes and place an order.

Together with business partners Thomas DelMundo and winemarker Giuseppe Franceschini, Tony and Alex have the audacious goal of making the best Malbec in the world. But they aren’t stopping there. Every time a bottle of Seed Wine is purchased, a child in Mendoza receives a new schoolbook. It’s the tangible way that Tony, Alex, Tom and Giuseppe are planting seeds for the future in Argentina.

Interested in Seed Wine? Click here to learn more and place an order.

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