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James the Wine Guy is a show about wine, food, travel and more. I believe wine is for everyone and my goal is to educate on wine, wine producers, wine styles and to demystify one bottle at a time.

JamesTheWineGuy James Melendez

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James the Wine Guy is a show about wine, food, travel and more. I believe wine is for everyone and my goal is to educate on wine, wine producers, wine styles and to demystify one bottle at a time.

    James The Wine Guy - Episode #5

    James The Wine Guy - Episode #5

    This is episode about
    US wine market sales this summer. Tariffs and potential difficulty for the 2020 harvest. July wines from my tasting table

    • 12 min
    JamesTheWineGuy Episode #4 - Napa Valley Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Pricing – Is A Price Revision Coming?

    JamesTheWineGuy Episode #4 - Napa Valley Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Pricing – Is A Price Revision Coming?

    I looked at Napa Valley Cabernet Pricing and here is the written piece about the research I completed on this region's Cabernet pricing in this Coronavirus crisis. 
    Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Pricing – Is A Price Revision Coming?  - https://jamesthewineguy.wordpress.com/2020/04/23/napa-valley-cabernet-sauvignon-pricing-is-a-price-revision-coming/
     

    • 16 min
    JamesTheWineGuy Episode #3 Snapshot of the Wine, Beer, & Spirits Marketplace in the United State

    JamesTheWineGuy Episode #3 Snapshot of the Wine, Beer, & Spirits Marketplace in the United State

    It is relevant to talk about our current Coronavirus crisis and where are things today.  The US has unprecedented growth in wine, beer and spirits and importers of these products.  The markets are large and while there are large purchases of wine, beer and spirits--will this continue?  Also, how about small producers and startups in these categories.
    I coined a new word: "Communitized" This word means that establishments having an effect in a specific community; this is derived from when markets grow replacing or taking market share from monoliths and the transfer of manufacturing and business decisions are not in a few places but distributed throughout a larger geographical area.  This phenomenon is remarkable and in such a short period of time.  This has also allowed more people to create their own businesses and giving their community an economic benefit.
    And the last portion of this podcast I'll talk about a checklist for Virtual Wine Tastings.
    (C) 2020 James Melendez

    • 22 min
    JamesTheWineGuy Episode #2 Interview with Frank Morgan, DrinkWhatYOULike

    JamesTheWineGuy Episode #2 Interview with Frank Morgan, DrinkWhatYOULike

    Frank Morgan is founder of Virginia Wine Chat, started in 2013, is an online tasting community focusing in on Virginia wine producers.  I have called Frank: Virginia's "Official Unofficial" wine spokesperson.  He has an extensive knowledge of Virginia's wine history and current state of wine production.  

    • 52 min
    JamesTheWineGuy Inaugural Podcast/Vintage Champagne & Global Climate Change

    JamesTheWineGuy Inaugural Podcast/Vintage Champagne & Global Climate Change

    My first podcast is where I give a backgrounder on why I am starting up and also I talk about research I completed on vintage Champagne and global climate change.
    Vintage Champagne and Global Climate Change – James Melendez
    https://jamesthewineguy.wordpress.com/2020/03/06/vintage-champagne-and-global-climate-change-james-melendez/
     

    • 32 min

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