CellarTracker & GrapeStories Integration

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I am pleased to announce the integration of Washington Wine Report reviews as a content channel within CellarTracker and Grape Stories. The integration will provide their users access to reviews from this site from within the CellarTracker/GrapeStories systems.

In six short years, Eric LeVine's CellarTracker (and now GrapeStories) has revolutionized the way many people approach and think about wine. The site allows users to enter their own tasting notes and see the notes of others. On any given day, the user community adds more than 1,500 wine reviews; the site itself contains 1.5 million reviews. It is, quite simply, one of the most important places for on-line discussion about wine (see a post about CellarTracker written prior to the launch of GrapeStories here).

I am excited about the opportunity and look forward to continuing to be a part of this vibrant user community.

Sean P. Sullivan


  1. I've been meaning to send you a congratulations, ever since I noticed the announcement in Cellartracker. It's great to see your reviews appearing in the CT notes. I'm glad to see you receiving the respect you deserve, and I think this will be a great boon for Washington wines.

    Congrats, Sean! :)

  2. Thanks so much Sean, I am very happy to be collaborating with you!

    Eric LeVine

  3. Sean, congrats on yet another validation of the terrific work you're doing covering Washington wine.

    In addition to your coverage being integrated into Grape Stories, I was excited to see your feature in Seattle Met magazine. You've clearly demonstrated the merits of truly writing about wine versus merely blogging about it.

    Keep up the great work connecting consumers to Washington wines.