About

We at M&M Wine Grape Co., online as Juicegrape.com, are working to change the way you view the business of making wine. We are a privately-held, family business with a collective passion for wine and winemaking.

As M&M Wine Grape Co., we serve all areas of the market for your winemaking needs; wine grape products, equipment, supplies, and logistics. Our product knowledge and logistical network allows us to serve wineries and winemakers alike. We believe that nothing should keep someone who is interested in crafting their own wine from the best products, equipment, supplies, and knowledge that are available.

When you work with M&M Wine Grape, Co. you will quickly learn that we are a business focused on customer service that provides both products and services. We understand our success resides in our ability to serve your needs and support your plan for growth. We also respect the fact that you have a choice. We see ourselves as a strategic partner in your success whether you are a commercial winery or a 5 gallon carboy customer.

M&M Wine Grape Co. is a member of the M&M Family of Wine. The M&M Family of Wine encompasses the “family” of wine related businesses under our management that are in addition to M&M Wine Grape Co., M&M Wine Distribution is dedicated to Wholesale Wine Distribution in CT, The M&M Center for Winemaking & Appreciation provides Hands-on Winemaking Experiences, educational seminars, and wine event planning. Collectively, we are working to bring winemaking and appreciation to a whole new level!

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  2. I am James Pennington. I came with Ray and his Brother Jim last weekend. We are hobbists. Not professionals. We purchased about 26 cases of Cab.
    When we go to bottle, I will be putting on my own label. Can I give credit to LM in some way such as, “Made in Concert with Lanza Musto Winegrowers of Wood Valley Ca”?

  3. Hello James, If you are re-selling this wine then yes, you must add Suisun Valley to label if it is more than 80% Suisun Valley fruit. Also, this label will need to be approved by the TTB. If this is for home consumption you can word it any way you would like. However, it would be best to describe it as “Made in Concert with Lanza Musto Vineyards of Suisun Valley, CA”. Thank you again for purchasing from M&M Wine Grape Co. and Lanza Musto Vineyards! Happy Winemaking! 🙂

  4. Hello Lanza-Musto –

    We purchase our grapes from CFP Winemakers in Pittsburgh and I’m looking for some additional information. Given the unusual growing conditions in California this year – can you provide grape/fruit analysis data for your grapes? Please let me know.

    Thank you in advance.

    Best regards,

    Jeff Peluso
    (412) 977-7497

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