Grapes The Wine Company

+1 914-967-9245 11 Purdy Avenue
Rye, NJ 10580
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Grapes The Wine Company was founded in the fall of 1997 with the intention of making the world´s greatest wines more accessible. We strive to offer wines of all styles, of exceptional quality, and of great value. Our aim is to make the enjoyment of the finest and rarest wines an easy and pleasurable experience for all. By tapping into our extensive and growing network of relationships from around the world, we offer the opportunity to discover the newest and most exciting wines from both established and emerging regions. Peruse the website and contact us if you have any further questions. – Description from iskicm

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  • For today's Wine and Music pairing I chose a refreshing 2006 California Chardonnay and a flavorful Dub album which was released in 2007. The wine is fermented in 100% stainless steel and therefore has minimal oak influence. Unoaked wine is known to emphasize the natural flavors of the grapes, along with elements of the soil in which they grew. ‘... Read More

    From the article Unoaked Dub


  • The website for Roots Run Deep says this about its flagship wine, which they call Educated Guess - "We use our knowledge, intuition, and years of experience to make the best possible decisions; however at the end of the day it still remains an "Educated Guess"."This philosophy resonates with me in regard to pairing music and wine so I thought it... Read More

    Forum post in the topic The Terroir of the Tune


  • I don't know why, but when I think of rosé wine, I always get the image of college kids (myself included) drinking from a box. Am I the only one to have this preconceived notion that rosé is for amateurs? As it turns out, I'm wrong and can happily admit that I enjoy drinking rosé wine. This is a wine that is fun and floral and fruitywhats the... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Rosé 101


  • I know we've talked about this a couple of times before, but i couldnt track down the thread (we'll be adding search into the forums pretty soon, it just grew faster than we expected).Boisset Family Estates, the 3rd largest winery in France is really pushing all boundries with some of their products. This month's Fast Company magazine has a grea... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wine Packaging


  • http://www.brooklynpaper.com/stories/31/15/31_15_red_hook_will_be.htmlBrooklyn's third winery is opening soon, in Red Hook. It will join Brooklyn Oenology in Greenpoint and Bridge Vineyards in Williamsburg.Fantastic! Read More

    Forum post in the topic Brooklyn Wineries (really)


  • I'm vacationing in Oregon this summer. Are there particular wineries around the Portland area that are recommended or especially worth seeing? I've never been to Oregon but I love the Pacific Northwest. Read More

    Forum post in the topic Oregon!


  • [Alesha Hall, currently completing her Masters of Food Studies at NYU, is the latest addition to the Snooth team. She has a background in food, wine and marketing and will help the company marketing and PR efforts. Please join me in welcoming her for her inaugural post - Philip]I was never much a believer of the whole Biodynamic Wine movement, b... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Biodynamics of wine


  • Estate / Winery / Vineyard - these are the most common winery name words we see, and its interesting as each evokes an image. Sadly, there's no regulation here so the name is rather irrelevant.You'd rather hope and expect that a wine company with 'winery' in their name actually made wine, and that 'vineyards' meant they grew grapes. When I see '... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Whats in a name


  • Cesari Amarone 2003

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    Maybe its the food and company I usually have when I am drinking Amarone, but I truly love this style of wine. Big, intense and robust. Cesari Amarone is complex with flavors of fruit that lingers and warms (both mouth and spirit). Most people expect this style to be overly sweet since its made with grapes that have been dried for several mon... Read More

    Wine review by Agent White


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