The Wine Consultant

+1 916-721- 9463 8039 Greenback Lane
Citrus Heights, CA 95610
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The simple goal at The Wine Consultant is to forage, critique, procure, and then share our discoveries reflecting the diversity of wine produced from distinctive places throughout the world. Of course, our central location in California gives us countless opportunities to source the west coast for new wines. Every year, we travel at least twice for extended trips to explore the local gastronomy of fine wine producing regions in the Southern Hemisphere and Europe. We admire and respect traditional, minimalistic, non-intervention winemaking and viticulture practices. At the same time, we understand and appreciate when modern techniques and approaches can produce a 'better' wine, but without compromising its expression of origin or terroir. As the name suggests, The Wine Consultant offers a range of consulting services including business startups, marketing strategies, menu planning, cellar design, inventory management, software design, and insurance appraisal. Of course, the brick and mortar store at Read more »

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  • Believe it or not, it’s a good time to be a winemaker in Russia. That’s according to a recent Bloomberg Business story, in which reporters Ilya Khrennikov and Jason Corcoran detailed the state of the country’s wine industry, noting a resurgence.  “Spurned over Ukraine and squeezed by recession, Russians are starting to measure patriotism by the ... Read More

    From the article Mother Russia: Wines on the Rise in Land of Putin


  • This past month the Indian Wine Academy published a brief history of the country's modern wine industry, one that encompasses a mere 15 years.  Writer Subhash Arora penned the story for India's food and wine magazine UpperCrust. His history concluded with a synopsis of the country's wine industry.  “The wine drinking culture is on the increase, ... Read More

    From the article Indian Wine School Reviews 15 Years of Country's Vino History


  • The script reads like a fiction novel. A fine arts graduate, a server and former environmental consultant plan to use crowdfunding, their own funds and loans to raise the capital they need to open their winery. The threesome began their journey by securing square footage in an old mill in Castlemaine, Australia, which had spent many years bounci... Read More

    From the article From Wool to Carpets to Vino: Crowdfunded Aussie Trio Buys Factory To Make Wine


  • Hi, everyone! I am new to this particular wine blog.  I would like to introduce myself.  I am a newly married, living in the burbs, "Atlanta" resident. The hubs and I moved out to Duluth from the Brookhaven, Buckhead area.  We are sad to be out of the hustle and bustle, but happy to finally be somewhere "quiet" that we can call home!!!We are BIG... Read More

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  • The Indian government's palate is winning the bars and minds of the people. According to the English-language Indian news site Deccan Herald, the country's policymakers are promoting the conversion of liquor-focused bars in the state of Kerala into watering holes which focus on wine and beer. This is good news for Karnataka, one of India's two t... Read More

    From the article Raising the Bar: Indian Government Promoting Creation of Wine & Beer Parlors


  • Hailed by one viniculture expert as a disease with the potential to be more devastating than phylloxera, grapevine trunk disease's effect on the world of wine has prompted the International Council on Grapevine Trunk Disease (ICGTD) to make a call for submissions for “applied solutions to control grapevine trunk disease,” ICGTD's website said.  ... Read More

    From the article Call Goes Out For Solutions to Grapevine Trunk Disease


  • With China's continued rise in the world of wine, the newcomer faces a variety of obstacles, not the least of which are a bevy of new-kid-on-the-block stereotypes about the burgeoning oenological nation. In effort to dispel these caricatures, CNN On China reporter  Kristie Lu Stout talked with wine producers in China earlier this year to get a f... Read More

    From the article CNN Reporters Tackle Erroneous Stereotypes About Chinese Wines


  • One glass of wine can go a really long way. Andrew McMurray, a representative for single-serving wine purveyors ZIPZ Wine, secured $2.5 million of funding in the most recent episode of the popular American investment television program/game show Shark Tank. According to several news sources, the $2.5 million, 10 percent equity investment by Shar... Read More

    From the article Winetrepreneur Zips Up $2.5 Million on Shark Tank


  • The south of France may soon be home to the region's first Chinese-run winery. This week China-based BHC International Wine Assets Management, an avid importer of French wines, made an offer to purchase Anne-Marie and Guilhem Durand's Chateau La Bastide in the country's Languedoc region.  The winery is situated in the north end of the Corbieres ... Read More

    From the article A First: Chinese Company To Buy Languedoc Winery


  • Phylloxera isn't the only vineyard disease poised to suck the life out of the world's vines. Renowned viticulture expert and consultant Dr. Richard Smart pointed to the dangers of trunk disease during a presentation this past week at the International Workshop on Grapevine Trunk Diseases in Adelaide, Australia. According to one local wine indust... Read More

    From the article Trunks Beware: Expert Sounds Alarm On Disease


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