Keith McCall. (GeekWire Photo/Dan DeLong)

Keith McCall delves deeper into the intersection of wine and technology.

The Seattle-based technical vet recently acquired and took over the operations of everyvine, an 8-year-old site used by wineries to market and sell their wine grapes and produce. McCall moved the company’s operations to Bellevue, Washington and relaunched the site on Thursday.

The company complements McCall’s other Seattle-area business, Pollen Systems, a vineyard monitoring company that uses drones, sensors and data tapes to help grape growers assess vineyards and analyze vineyard growth. crops, excessive or insufficient watering and the presence of pests or diseases. .

McCall is seeding Everyvine at the moment and has two other employees.

“I have enjoyed building everyvine since 2012 and am thrilled that Keith and his team are revitalizing the site,” Jordan Thomas, expert cartographer and founder of everyvine, said in a statement. “They continue to expand on my vision that if winemakers have the tools to share the right kind of information about their vineyard, and each vine provides the right kind of analysis, quality wine production can thrive.”

McCall previously founded Azaleos, a Seattle-based email management startup launched in 2004. Avanade acquired the company for $106 million in 2010.

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