Monthly Archives: September 2016

  1. Wine news September 30, 2016

    Wine news September 30, 2016

    Wine news September 30, 2016
  2. Beaujolais, One Of The Wonders Of The Wine World

    Beaujolais, One Of The Wonders Of The Wine World

    Dorothy Gaiter tries 2015 Beaujolais. "Some of the wines were quite fruity, minerally and spicy, as expected of grapes grown in granitic soil, and some possessed unexpected profundity."
  3. Wine news September 29, 2016

    Wine news September 29, 2016

    Wine news September 29, 2016
  4. Wine news September 28, 2016

    Wine news September 28, 2016

    Wine news September 28, 2016
  5. Fabian Schwarz of La Magia

    Fabian Schwarz of La Magia

    Monty Waldin talks to Fabian Schwarz about organic winemaking, the growth of Brunello di Montalcino as a brand and the unique terroir of La Magia.
  6. Robb Report and The Trump Wines Vs Clinton Vineyards Tasting Story - Is Imitation The Highest Form Of Flattery?

    Robb Report and The Trump Wines Vs Clinton Vineyards Tasting Story - Is Imitation The Highest Form Of Flattery?

    What's the right word for someone who lifts your story, then pitches you on it? That's what happened this week when Grape Collective received an email pitch from publicists for the Robb Report for a story on their site that closely parallels one we ran nearly two months ago.
  7. Wine news September 27, 2016

    Wine news September 27, 2016

    Wine news September 27, 2016
  8. Wine news September 26, 2016

    Wine news September 26, 2016

    Wine news September 26, 2016
  9. Wine news September 23, 2016

    Wine news September 23, 2016

    Wine news September 23, 2016
  10. How the Wente Chardonnay Clone Became America's Choice

    How the Wente Chardonnay Clone Became America's Choice

    Fifth generation winemaker Karl Wente on how a Chardonnay clone his family brought into the US in 1915 is responsible for 80% of America's Chardonnay plants.
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