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Fancy, but Not Pricey!

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Replica Wine Shameless Innovation For The Greater Good

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Drink Up: Replica’s Changing the Landscape of the Wine Industry One Bottle at a Time

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Just Right was recently featured in the September 19th issue of In Touch Weekly!

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Taste Testing Fake Wine

 

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Knockoff Wine Shamelessly Replicates the Expensive Stuff for Half the Price

 

Do you really care about the label? Replica likes what’s in the glass. Mental_Floss performs a blind tasting to put the imposter wine to the test.

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“Maybe Jackson Family Wines should buy the formula.”

 

W. Blake Gray sets out to discover if imitation really is the sincerest form of flattery.

Wine just as good as the famous stuff for half the price: it’s a sales pitch that never gets tired. But is it true?A Colorado wine company, Replica Wines, is marketing a lineup of wines engineered to taste like some of the most popular wines in America: The Prisoner, Meiomi Pinot Noir, Kendall-Jackson Vintners’ Reserve Chardonnay. In the pipeline are replicas of Rombauer Chardonnay and Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio.

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Would You Buy Cheaper ‘Replica’ Wine?

 

Two companies are making knockoff wines — and one of them is doing it without the use of grapes

Got Dom Perignon taste on a Carlo Rossi budget? You’re not alone, and some companies are hoping to cash in by selling cheaper “replicas” of high-dollar wines.

 

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CAN SCIENCE BUILD A FAKE WINE THAT’S JUST AS GOOD AS THE REAL THING?

 

A new business called Replica Wines claims to produce “master forgeries” of well-known wines, deploying a throng of chemical instruments and a huge flavor database to blend near-identical versions of the wines from different grapes.

 

Can Science Make Your Favorite Wine Cheaper?

 

Winemakers aren’t going to be happy. There’s a new brand in town, Replica, and they are “unapologetically recreating your favorite wines.” Over the past four years, Replica’s parent company has used laboratory techniques to empirically analyze 60 taste and aroma markers in 2,000 wines, creating the largest database of its type in the world.

 

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YOUR FAVORITE WINE, COPIED. FOR A FRACTION OF THE PRICE.

 

There are two types of drinkers:

Those who care about the bottle (see this), and those who care what’s in the bottle.

This is for the second group.

 

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Just Right was recently featured in the September 19th issue of In Touch Weekly!

TechInsider

Taste Testing Fake Wine

 

WATCH THE VIDEO


Bustle

Knockoff Wine Shamelessly Replicates the Expensive Stuff for Half the Price

 

Do you really care about the label? Replica likes what’s in the glass. Mental_Floss performs a blind tasting to put the imposter wine to the test.

Wine-Searcher-Logo_grey_transparent

“Maybe Jackson Family Wines should buy the formula.”

 

W. Blake Gray sets out to discover if imitation really is the sincerest form of flattery.

Wine just as good as the famous stuff for half the price: it’s a sales pitch that never gets tired. But is it true?A Colorado wine company, Replica Wines, is marketing a lineup of wines engineered to taste like some of the most popular wines in America: The Prisoner, Meiomi Pinot Noir, Kendall-Jackson Vintners’ Reserve Chardonnay. In the pipeline are replicas of Rombauer Chardonnay and Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio.

READ MORE

 

 

eater-full.0

Would You Buy Cheaper ‘Replica’ Wine?

 

Two companies are making knockoff wines — and one of them is doing it without the use of grapes

Got Dom Perignon taste on a Carlo Rossi budget? You’re not alone, and some companies are hoping to cash in by selling cheaper “replicas” of high-dollar wines.

 

READ MORE

Popular Science Final LOGO

CAN SCIENCE BUILD A FAKE WINE THAT’S JUST AS GOOD AS THE REAL THING?

 

A new business called Replica Wines claims to produce “master forgeries” of well-known wines, deploying a throng of chemical instruments and a huge flavor database to blend near-identical versions of the wines from different grapes.

 

Can Science Make Your Favorite Wine Cheaper?

 

Winemakers aren’t going to be happy. There’s a new brand in town, Replica, and they are “unapologetically recreating your favorite wines.” Over the past four years, Replica’s parent company has used laboratory techniques to empirically analyze 60 taste and aroma markers in 2,000 wines, creating the largest database of its type in the world.

 

READ MORE

 

masthead-md-insidehook-primary@2x

YOUR FAVORITE WINE, COPIED. FOR A FRACTION OF THE PRICE.

 

There are two types of drinkers:

Those who care about the bottle (see this), and those who care what’s in the bottle.

This is for the second group.

 

READ MORE

 

In the News

TechInsider

Taste Testing Fake Wine

 

WATCH THE VIDEO


Bustle

Knockoff Wine Shamelessly Replicates the Expensive Stuff for Half the Price

 

Do you really care about the label? Replica likes what’s in the glass. Mental_Floss performs a blind tasting to put the imposter wine to the test.

Wine-Searcher-Logo_grey_transparent

“Maybe Jackson Family Wines should buy the formula.”

 

W. Blake Gray sets out to discover if imitation really is the sincerest form of flattery.

Wine just as good as the famous stuff for half the price: it’s a sales pitch that never gets tired. But is it true?A Colorado wine company, Replica Wines, is marketing a lineup of wines engineered to taste like some of the most popular wines in America: The Prisoner, Meiomi Pinot Noir, Kendall-Jackson Vintners’ Reserve Chardonnay. In the pipeline are replicas of Rombauer Chardonnay and Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio.

READ MORE

 

 

eater-full.0

Would You Buy Cheaper ‘Replica’ Wine?

 

Two companies are making knockoff wines — and one of them is doing it without the use of grapes

Got Dom Perignon taste on a Carlo Rossi budget? You’re not alone, and some companies are hoping to cash in by selling cheaper “replicas” of high-dollar wines.

 

READ MORE

Popular Science Final LOGO

CAN SCIENCE BUILD A FAKE WINE THAT’S JUST AS GOOD AS THE REAL THING?

 

A new business called Replica Wines claims to produce “master forgeries” of well-known wines, deploying a throng of chemical instruments and a huge flavor database to blend near-identical versions of the wines from different grapes.

 

Can Science Make Your Favorite Wine Cheaper?

 

Winemakers aren’t going to be happy. There’s a new brand in town, Replica, and they are “unapologetically recreating your favorite wines.” Over the past four years, Replica’s parent company has used laboratory techniques to empirically analyze 60 taste and aroma markers in 2,000 wines, creating the largest database of its type in the world.

 

READ MORE

 

masthead-md-insidehook-primary@2x

YOUR FAVORITE WINE, COPIED. FOR A FRACTION OF THE PRICE.

 

There are two types of drinkers:

Those who care about the bottle (see this), and those who care what’s in the bottle.

This is for the second group.

 

READ MORE

 

In the News

TechInsider

Taste Testing Fake Wine

 

WATCH THE VIDEO


Bustle

Knockoff Wine Shamelessly Replicates the Expensive Stuff for Half the Price

 

Do you really care about the label? Replica likes what’s in the glass. Mental_Floss performs a blind tasting to put the imposter wine to the test.

Wine-Searcher-Logo_grey_transparent

“Maybe Jackson Family Wines should buy the formula.”

 

W. Blake Gray sets out to discover if imitation really is the sincerest form of flattery.

Wine just as good as the famous stuff for half the price: it’s a sales pitch that never gets tired. But is it true?A Colorado wine company, Replica Wines, is marketing a lineup of wines engineered to taste like some of the most popular wines in America: The Prisoner, Meiomi Pinot Noir, Kendall-Jackson Vintners’ Reserve Chardonnay. In the pipeline are replicas of Rombauer Chardonnay and Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio.

READ MORE

 

 

eater-full.0

Would You Buy Cheaper ‘Replica’ Wine?

 

Two companies are making knockoff wines — and one of them is doing it without the use of grapes

Got Dom Perignon taste on a Carlo Rossi budget? You’re not alone, and some companies are hoping to cash in by selling cheaper “replicas” of high-dollar wines.

 

READ MORE

Popular Science Final LOGO

CAN SCIENCE BUILD A FAKE WINE THAT’S JUST AS GOOD AS THE REAL THING?

 

A new business called Replica Wines claims to produce “master forgeries” of well-known wines, deploying a throng of chemical instruments and a huge flavor database to blend near-identical versions of the wines from different grapes.

 

Can Science Make Your Favorite Wine Cheaper?

 

Winemakers aren’t going to be happy. There’s a new brand in town, Replica, and they are “unapologetically recreating your favorite wines.” Over the past four years, Replica’s parent company has used laboratory techniques to empirically analyze 60 taste and aroma markers in 2,000 wines, creating the largest database of its type in the world.

 

READ MORE

 

masthead-md-insidehook-primary@2x

YOUR FAVORITE WINE, COPIED. FOR A FRACTION OF THE PRICE.

 

There are two types of drinkers:

Those who care about the bottle (see this), and those who care what’s in the bottle.

This is for the second group.

 

READ MORE

 

In the News

TechInsider

Taste Testing Fake Wine

 

WATCH THE VIDEO


Bustle

Knockoff Wine Shamelessly Replicates the Expensive Stuff for Half the Price

 

Do you really care about the label? Replica likes what’s in the glass. Mental_Floss performs a blind tasting to put the imposter wine to the test.

Wine-Searcher-Logo_grey_transparent

“Maybe Jackson Family Wines should buy the formula.”

 

W. Blake Gray sets out to discover if imitation really is the sincerest form of flattery.

Wine just as good as the famous stuff for half the price: it’s a sales pitch that never gets tired. But is it true?A Colorado wine company, Replica Wines, is marketing a lineup of wines engineered to taste like some of the most popular wines in America: The Prisoner, Meiomi Pinot Noir, Kendall-Jackson Vintners’ Reserve Chardonnay. In the pipeline are replicas of Rombauer Chardonnay and Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio.

READ MORE

 

 

eater-full.0

Would You Buy Cheaper ‘Replica’ Wine?

 

Two companies are making knockoff wines — and one of them is doing it without the use of grapes

Got Dom Perignon taste on a Carlo Rossi budget? You’re not alone, and some companies are hoping to cash in by selling cheaper “replicas” of high-dollar wines.

 

READ MORE

Popular Science Final LOGO

CAN SCIENCE BUILD A FAKE WINE THAT’S JUST AS GOOD AS THE REAL THING?

 

A new business called Replica Wines claims to produce “master forgeries” of well-known wines, deploying a throng of chemical instruments and a huge flavor database to blend near-identical versions of the wines from different grapes.

 

Can Science Make Your Favorite Wine Cheaper?

 

Winemakers aren’t going to be happy. There’s a new brand in town, Replica, and they are “unapologetically recreating your favorite wines.” Over the past four years, Replica’s parent company has used laboratory techniques to empirically analyze 60 taste and aroma markers in 2,000 wines, creating the largest database of its type in the world.

 

READ MORE

 

masthead-md-insidehook-primary@2x

YOUR FAVORITE WINE, COPIED. FOR A FRACTION OF THE PRICE.

 

There are two types of drinkers:

Those who care about the bottle (see this), and those who care what’s in the bottle.

This is for the second group.

 

READ MORE