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Two wineries — Columbia Crest in Washington and La Crema in California — recently launched crowdsourced wine projects in which online voters get to decide everything from the types of grapes used to produce the wine to the design of the label on the bottle. Being a home winemaker just got a lot less messy.
Chenin Blanc India "It's groundbreaking for our industry," says Caroline Shaw, chief marketing officer and executive vice president of Jackson Family Wines, parent of La Crema. She sees the project as "lifting that curtain that I think gets people so intimidated when they see a wine list." In the La Crema project, which launched last month, voters already have decided to make pinot noir, which beat out chardonnay by a mere 78 votes, and have further picked the Russian River appellation as a source of the grapes. Within three weeks of launch, the effort had attracted nearly 15,000 registered visitors and about 135,000 page views.
Late Harvest Chenin Blanc (dessert Wine) India Decisions yet to come on the wine, which will be released in fall 2015, include fermentation style, what kind of barrel aging should be used, what the wine should be called and how it should be labeled.
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Connecticut wineries make a good portion of their money selling bottled wine, but they use their tasting rooms and promotional campaigns, like the CT Wine Trail, to raise brand awareness.
Cabernet Shiraz India The wine grapes shown above are from the Cassidy Hill Vineyard in Coventry, which has chosen not to be on the CT Wine Trail.
Rosé India The Connecticut Wine Trail for years has served as a key marketing tool for the state's wine industry, helping drive interest and promotion to many of the state's vineyards.
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