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Podcast #4 – Bryce McNamee of Boutique Wine Collection

This week we bring you an interview with Bryce McNamee of Boutique Wine Collection. I had the chance to interview him down at Vinoble in Jerez. We mainly discussed his business, the perception of Spanish wine in the US market, and a bit about other issues like tourism and emerging wine regions.

Taken from Bryce’s Site:

Boutique Wine Collection is an American based wine importing company. It is dedicated to fleshing out undiscovered and exceptional wines that demonstrate the highest quality available from all corners of the wine making world. This stems from a passion for wine and the want to share it with others.

Each wine in the boutiquewines.info portfolio has been found and selected by Bryce McNamee, the owner and sole proprietor of Loest & McNamee, Inc., which is currently based in Philadelphia and has an office in Stellenbosch, South Africa.

So enjoy the interview and let us know what you think!

Ryan Opaz

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