Monthly Archives: September 2011

Rad Grapes welcomes Gioia Wines

Ok, finally…I’m home early enough to have a family dinner, enjoy a couple glasses of wine and time to post and let you know what’s new…quite a few new wines actually. The delicious Gioia Wines from Santa Barbara, made by … Continue reading

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Why You Conspicuously Avoid the Cheaper Wine

I found this great little article in all places at Smart Money and thought it was totally worth sharing? Why? Because the article supports and reaffirms what Rad Grapes is all about – Quality always sells, especially when priced well. … Continue reading

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Downfall of a Cult Californian Winery…

There are a number of Cult California wineries that are at a loss regarding the fact that Robert Parker has announced he will no longer be covering California wines, as he would be concentrating solely on Bordeaux and the Rhone. … Continue reading

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Follow Rad Grapes on Twitter…

I have really busy so far in September and not posting as much on the blog, as you can see….more posts coming soon I promise. In the meantime, if you are not following us on Twitter @Radgrapes, the you are … Continue reading

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A 9/11 Tribute to my friend Waleed Iskandar

On this 10th anniversary of 9/11, my eyes still well up anytime the thought of that fateful day even crosses my mind. Sitting in shock 10 years ago today and watching the television images of death, destruction and despair, I … Continue reading

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Why the Eurozone may break up in the near future…

Having grown up in Europe and the fact that I still have family in Europe, I have always had somewhat of a vested interest in staying up to date with whats going on across the pond. That and the fact … Continue reading

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