GrapeRadio – 2009 James Beard Finalist in Two Categories

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GrapeRadio has been selected as a finalist for the third consecutive year for an award in the category of Video Webcast by the James Beard Foundation.

Click here to access our James Beard nominated video:
The Art of Blending

In addition, we have also been selected as a finalist by the James Beard Foundation for an award in the Audio Webcast or Radio Show category.

Click here to access our James Beard nominated audio show: Thomas Jefferson and Wine

The James Beard Foundation Awards are the nation’s preeminent honors for culinary professionals. More than 60 awards are given out each year in the categories of cookbooks, restaurants and chefs, design and graphics, broadcast media, journalism, and achievement. Nominees and award winners are selected by their industry peers, with more than 600 culinary professionals involved in the voting process.

Thank you to all of our fans who have given us such great support over the years.

2 Responses to “GrapeRadio – 2009 James Beard Finalist in Two Categories”


  1. 1 Laura Mar 23rd, 2009 at 2:48 pm

    Congratulations to the GrapeRadio team! The James Beard Awards are the Oscars of wine and food. My vote is on GrapeRadio to beat Martha Stewart!

  2. 2 Johnna Barrett Sep 16th, 2009 at 5:14 pm

    What an honor! Congrats to you Grape Radio.

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GrapeRadio is a wine talk show. Show topics cover issues such as the enjoyment of wine, wine news and industry trends - the hallmark of the show is interviews with world class guest (winemakers, vineyards owners, wine retail / wholesale leaders, restaurateurs and sommeliers). The scope of the show is international so expect to hear many guests from around the world.

GrapeRadio has received numerous awards and honors including the 2008 James Beard Award for excellence in Journalism.

GrapeRadio has been the subject of numerous news reports by: The New York Times, Business Week, CNN, The Financial Times of London, and Wired Magazine.