Ethan Millspaugh

Ethan Millspaugh

Ethan Millspaugh

Ethan Millspaugh is a writer, filmmaker, and artist from Dallas, Texas. In 2012, his art book #UNTITLED2012 was published by MoMA artist Edgar Endress and the Provisions Library in Washington, D.C., and - in 2013 - his first short film NOVEMBER premiered at The Johns Hopkins Film Festival in Baltimore, Maryland and online at NoBudge.com and appeared at film festivals across North America. He has written articles for NoBudge Films, BlindSpecs, and MoniTourism. His most recent artwork #AUGUST2014 premiered at Galerie Protégé in New York, New York, and his second short film AUGUST premiered at Galerie Protégé in New York, New York and online at YouTube.

  1. A Snapshot of Vinsobres

    A Snapshot of Vinsobres

    Located in Southeastern France, Vinsobres is the most recent addition to the Southern Rhône wine region, having received its appellation d'origine contrôlée (AOC) status in 2006 (following the Beaumes-de-Venise AOC in 2005).
  2. A Snapshot of Châteauneuf-du-Pape

    A Snapshot of Châteauneuf-du-Pape

    Located in Southeastern France, Châteauneuf-du-Pape is one of the oldest and most renowned appellations in the Southern Rhône wine region, having received its appellation d'origine contrôlée (AOC) status in 1936 (along with the Tavel AOC).
  3. A Snapshot of Malta

    A Snapshot of Malta

    Located just 50 miles south of Sicily in the Mediterranean Sea, Malta is currently one of the world’s smallest and most densely populated countries.
  4. A Snapshot of Gigondas

    A Snapshot of Gigondas

    Located in Southeastern France, Gigondas has been inhabited since prehistoric times.
  5. A Snapshot of Vacqueyras

    A Snapshot of Vacqueyras

    Located in Southeastern France, Vacqueyras is one of the more recent additions to the Southern Rhône wine region, having received its appellation d'origine contrôlée (AOC) status in February of 1990 (following the Côtes du Luberon AOC in 1988, and preceding the Crémant de Die AOC in 1993).
  6. Surfing Pinterest, The Top 50 Wine Labels Part II

    Surfing Pinterest, The Top 50 Wine Labels Part II

    Picking up where we left off with our 2015 article “Perusing Pinterest: Top 50 Wine Labels, Part 1,” Grape Collective takes a look at another 25 of the top 50 wine labels in part two of our two-part series.
  7. Perusing Pinterest: Top 50 Wine Labels, Part 1

    Perusing Pinterest: Top 50 Wine Labels, Part 1

    Picking up where we left off with our 2014 article “Perusing Pinterest: Top 25 Wine Labels,” Grape Collective takes a look at 25 of the top 50 wine labels in part one of a two-part series.
  8. 10 Urban Wineries to Visit

    10 Urban Wineries to Visit

    With America’s 21st-century urban winery revival now in full swing, Grape Collective takes a look at ten urban wineries to visit in 2015.
  9. A Snapshot of Provence

    A Snapshot of Provence

    As the first Roman province located outside Italy, Provence takes its name from the Italian “la nostra provinicia” (“our province”) and, today, is the world’s largest wine region specializing in dry rosé.
  10. Why Urban Wineries Matter

    Why Urban Wineries Matter

    Today, urban wineries are at the forefront of a new wave of American winemaking sure to have a ripple effect on both American wine culture and commerce.
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