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The Seattle Food and Wine Experience


Qwest Field

This weekend Mutineer Magazine will attend the Seattle Food and Wine Experience at Qwest Field in Seattle. Given the 1 and 5 record of the under-achieving Seahawks, the opportunity to drink away one’s sorrows should make this event a hit. See the full post »

4 comments 10.23.2008 |

Wine Biz Radio


Wine Biz Radio

Wine Mutineer Alan Kropf will be on Wine Biz Radio tonight to talk about all things Mutineer Magazine, though I’m sure we’ll chat about the Wine Bloggers Conference as well, which Mutineer Magazine will be attending. You can listen live on Talkshoe or hear the show on 91.3 FM KSVY this Friday from 4-5pm.

Hosted by the infamous Kaz and Randy, and combining irreverence with great radio journalism and just a hint of insanity, Wine Biz Radio is the real deal. Check out their website here: winebizradio.com

3 Headed Jack Rabbit, Draught Wine


3 Headed Jack Rabbit

Word on the street is that Constellation Wines has released a draft wine fountain to promote its Jack Rabbit Wine. As far as I can tell this is a UK phenomenon…crazy Brits. Apparently, “draught wine is currently growing by 5%”. This new draught dispenses three varietals of wine: Chardonnay, Merlot, and White Zinfandel…bleh. I want a wine draught that dispenses Barolo, Sauternes, and Oregon Pinot. See the full post »

1 comment 10.22.2008 |

Washington State University Research Lab



“Washington’s wine industry got a boost from researchers at Washington State University (WSU) last week. The university opened its new $500,000 enology research lab at its Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center in Prosser, Wash. The Working winery will be the largest experimental noncommercial winemaking facility in the Pacific Northwest.” Reported in the Wine Spectator See the full post »

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How Not To Stomp Grapes on Live TV


Our Director of Operations Jeff is a simple man with simple tastes, and as such, this video rocked his world. I mean, the lady is stomping grapes on live TV, then she is flat on her face making what appears to be the sounds otters make. This “grape stomper” is clearly not a trooper – she doesn’t even try and get up to continue stomping.

What’s better is that the news anchors really don’t care, they’re thinking “wow, that was really terrible”. Why they insist on stomping the grapes on a raised platform I don’t know, and using the small buckets they are using will get them each like 5 awesome bottles of wine…makes for damn fine entertainment though.

1 comment 10.20.2008 |

This Guy Chops A Glass of Champagne With an Axe


Terry Chops Glass of Champagne With Axe

The only word that comes to mind when I see this is ‘epic’. I mean, Terry is a big dude to begin with, plus he has chosen to wield a large, sharp axe, all culminating into www.terryschopshop.blogspot.com. I am inspired to try this myself with one of our kitchen knives, but I envision glass shards flying into my eyes and deadly glass dust soiling the office floor…bad idea. See the full post »

1 comment 10.16.2008 |

Wine Bloggers Conference



Wine Mutineer, Alan Kropf will be present at the Wine Bloggers Conference in Sonoma happening Oct. 24-26. Co-organized by Open Wine Consortium, this event is going to be pretty awesome, bringing bloggers from all over together in the name of blogging. See the full post »

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Open Wine Consortium


Open Wine Consortium

Mutineer Magazine has sowed its seed on the Open Wine Consortium, an on-line community for all things wine. Check out the Open Wine Consortium yourself here and join the new-fangled Internet wine craze. Look for an article on the OWC and other beverage technological endeavors in the upcoming issue of Mutineer Magazine as well as here on the Mutineer Magazine Blog.

Check out our profile here.

1 comment 10.14.2008 |

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