What’s all this about?
Everyvine was built because there is an astonishing lack of transparency in the winegrape community. I believe the quality of winegrapes is a function of two simple components: the combination of a high quality site with a smart grape grower. Everyvine is being built around the concept that if growers have tools to share the right kind of information about their vineyard, and the Everyvine provides the right kind of analysis, grape buyers will use the site to discover quality grapes they hadn’t considered before resulting in better prices for the grape grower and a better product for the buyers.
The mission of Everyvine is simple:
“Help organize the information of the the worlds vineyards and wineries and build analytical tools to help vineyards grow better grapes and wineries make better wine.”
Who owns Everyvine?
Everyvine was created by Jordan Thomas. Everyvine is currently a sole-proprietorship owned by Jordan. With no investment from companies in the wine industry, Everyvine serves as impartial third party with the simple goal of building a valuable tool and resource for the winegrape industry.
Where’d this come from?
Jordan worked for many years as a cartographer mapping wine regions in California and Oregon.That work lead him to an appreciation for the role geography and analysis play in the production of winegrapes. Additionally, Jordan is passionate about the application of modern statistical analysis to web enabled businesses and Everyvine allows him to explore such applications. While working on Everyvine Jordan attends the University of California, Davis in the mathematical and scientific computation program.