Monthly Archives: July 2014

  1. Mountain-Grown American Assyrtiko

    Mountain-Grown American Assyrtiko

    Can the signature white wine grape of Santorini, Assyrtiko, thrive in the high elevation of the Tahoe National Forest?
  2. #sommchat Roundup: Antony Moss MW on the Duty of a Sommelier

    #sommchat Roundup: Antony Moss MW on the Duty of a Sommelier

    Master of Wine Antony Moss talks about how he got started, his mentors, and the first duty of a sommelier.
  3. Wine news July 31, 2014

    Wine news July 31, 2014

    Wine news July 31, 2014
  4. The Tippler Ten: Richard Jennings' Favorite Places to Wine and Dine in San Francisco Bay Area

    The Tippler Ten: Richard Jennings' Favorite Places to Wine and Dine in San Francisco Bay Area

    Grape Collective editor Jameson Fink recently talked with the uber-prolific and thoughtful wine taster about his favorite spots in the area he calls home.
  5. SpeakEasy: Richard Jennings, RJ on Wine

    SpeakEasy: Richard Jennings, RJ on Wine

    Richard Jennings of RJ on Wine explains how his palate endures 40,000+ tasting notes and reveals the most exciting wine region in California.
  6. Wine news July 30, 2014

    Wine news July 30, 2014

    Wine news July 30, 2014
  7. Did Prohibition Prevent Missouri From Becoming Napa Valley?

    Did Prohibition Prevent Missouri From Becoming Napa Valley?

    Prohibition dealt a near knock-out blow to Missouri wine, which was a thriving industry for 100 years prior. Did it prevent this state from rivaling today's Napa Valley?
  8. Wine and Identity: Constructing Authenticity in the Glass

    Wine and Identity: Constructing Authenticity in the Glass

    Thoughts on the book "Wine and Identity: Branding, heritage, terroir".
  9. Women Winemakers of Burgundy

    Women Winemakers of Burgundy

    Women Winemakers of Burgundy
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