In 2012, we had the privilege to introduce you to some of the most exciting and influential names in the wine, food and wine lifestyle world. On our very special year-end edition of Grape Encounters, we’re really serving up the good stuff! Special guests include mega wine importer and
Economically speaking, there hasn’t been a lot to celebrate in 2012, but if you’re a wine lover, it really has been a good year! All kinds of innovative winers and products have been introduced to wine lovers. We’ll recap some of the things we think are amazing and worth savoring!
Today, Grape Encounters Radio is going to the Dogs, Literally! A few months ago we spent an afternoon with Jean-Charles Boisset, one of the most powerful and influential names in the wine business both here in the US and in France. Well, Jean-Charles and his wife Gina Gallo of the
On today’s show, Grape Encounters will introduce you to a website that eliminates host David Wilson’s number one pet peeve when it comes to wine tasting. It’s one of those things that you probably have thought would be awfully nice and the forward thinking entrepreneurs at tastingroom.com have made it
On this week’s Grape Encounters, learn how much wine consumption in France has dropped (while it continues to grow and grow in the US). Have the French adopted our old wine drinking habits… and have we adopted theirs? Speaking of the French, join us for a visit with Sophie Gayot
On this edition of Grape Encounters radio, we’ll talk about which wines are really hot this year with an expert from the Wine Institute. We’ll also talk about leftovers… both edible and drinkable and what to do with them, but first, we’ll share a little bi-partisan wine story from Capitol
Hurricane Sandy ravaged vast stretches of land on the East Coast. This epic storm also tore through much of New York’s vineyard land. To better assess the effects this monster storm had on the Empire State’s wine business we talked to Steve Shaw of Shaw Vineyards in the Finger Lakes