Best Cru podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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Cru shares the stories of the people behind wine. Each week we share with you one interview with an influential person in the wine industry. Guests include Brian McClintic MS, Whitney Adams, Michael Cruse, Richard Betts MS, Jeannie Cho Lee MW, Marissa A. Ross, and Dustin Wilson MS. Subscribe on iTunes and to our email newsletter at http://crupodcast.com/crumail
 
A podcast about wine & restaurants, hosted by Cru Cellars owners Jen and Torrey. Each week we taste a new great wine, interview a player in the restaurant scene or in the wine business, and review a restaurant in the Tampa Bay area. We also like to call winemakers, teach you wine words that make you sound smart, answer wine questions, and discuss wine trends. The best wine bar in Tampa Bay wants to show you how to drink great wine with any budget. Subscribe now.
 
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Grand Cru
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Pinto Cru
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Pinto Cru é um podcast sobre coisas muito interessantes.
 
This podcast will bring you the best vibes in House music mixed by the DJ’s we believe in.
 
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WKU Cru
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Sharing our faith. Multiplying our faith. Reaching our campus for Christ.
 
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Citywide CRU
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Talks from the monthly gathering of all the Campus Crusade movements in the Atlanta area at The Church of The Apostles to unite and proclaim the goodness of God.
 
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Maryland Cru
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Podcast by Maryland Cru
 
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Chef David is the Owner and Executive Chef of IL Ritorno, a modern Italian restaurant in St. Petersburg. He’s cooked at the James Beard House, and he’s been recognized by The Washington Post, Southern Living, Wine Enthusiast, USA Today, the Tampa Bay Times. He’s worked for celebrity chefs (including Wolfgang Puck), in Michelin star restaurants, ...…
 
He’s been named “Best Chef of Tampa Bay” in three different years by Tampa Bay Magazine. Chef Tyson was also appointed as a Chef Ambassador to the Deputy Mayor’s “Healthy St. Pete” initiative (Chef Tyson uses Zoe’s Edible Garden at All Children’s Hospital to educate kids about healthy eating and where food comes from). Parkshore Grill has been ...…
 
Dan O'Brien has worked throughout the wine industry, first starting in high-end restaurants in the North East, eventually moving out west to San Francisco to start the Grand Award winning wine program at Cavallo Point. From there he started the Cultivar wine label, was the estate director for Long Meadow Ranch & Larkmead Vineyards, started the ...…
 
Chef Ted has quite a Tampa Bay pedigree. The Le Cordon Bleu graduate worked at Mise en Place before becoming Executive Sous Chef at Chez Bryce. He developed menus for Ciro’s Speakeasy & Supper Club, Boca Kitchen Bar & Market, and Copperfish Seafood Grill & Oyster Bar. Just before he opened The Mill, he was overseeing all the dining and bar faci ...…
 
When he was a young man, Chef Chad struck out for New York from Kentucky. There he attended the French Culinary Institute before working at Montrachet and the Savoy. Now, as Executive Chef of Epicurean Hotel and Haven, he oversees multiple menus (which he created) for a few of the most iconic restaurants in Tampa. The accolades he’s racked up i ...…
 
My latest session live at Salon Daome Montreal, I hope you will enjoy it. :)
 
Chef de Cuisine Jonathan Atanacio grew up in NYC and went to culinary school at The Art Institute. He worked with Francois Payard, became Chef de Cuisine at Aquagrill in Soho, and then Executive Sous Chef at Todd English’s Olives. If he looks familiar, you might have seen him on “Chef Hunter” on The Food Network. Better to be the hunter than th ...…
 
Executive Chef Rachel Bennett just opened The Peabody in St. Petersburg. I mean, like, days ago. How she managed to scrape herself together enough to get to the Cru Studio to do a stupid onion chopping contest is a testament to her energy and dedication (and, apparently, wrinkle cream). As a graduate of HCC’s culinary program and the kitchens o ...…
 
When Executive Sous Chef Adam Beckett moved here from the Bay Area in California, he jumped at the chance to work at a Mina project. Locale Market and FarmTable Cucina in St. Petersburg is, as he puts it, “2200 square feet of awesomeness.” Well, multiply that by the second floor and all the outside seating and you have awesomeness on an exhaust ...…
 
Executive Chef Chris Fernandez worked in the best kitchens of Oaxaca, Mexico and learned to cook the nation’s regional dishes and flavors. When Chef Chris came to St. Petersburg, he joined the Veytias and opened Red Mesa Restaurant. Obviously, it did very well. The city demanded more delicious Mexican food, so they opened Red Mesa Cantina… and ...…
 
The Grand Hyatt in Tampa boasts two outstanding restaurants: Oystercatchers and Armani’s. As Chef de Cuisine at Oystercatchers, Shane Clark knows his way around Gulf Seafood. Since his customers are literally looking at jumping fish from their waterside seats, the pressure is on to keep the food on their forks just about as fresh. 14 floors abo ...…
 
Brian McClintic is a Master Sommelier and documentary film star of the feature length SOMM, the follow up SOMM: Into the Bottle, and now Somm 3, coming out later in 2018. After 15 years in hospitality, spanning wine destinations such as the Little Nell in Aspen, Brian co-founded Les Marchands Wine Bar & Merchant in Santa Barbara, where he was n ...…
 
It’s a good thing that Executive Chef Rob Reinsmith worked at Bone Fish Grill while attending Le Cordon Bleu. At Bone Fish, he made such an impression on founders Tim Curci and TJ Thielbar, that they kept in touch while Chef Rob left Florida and went off to NYC. In New York, he helped open the Michelin star- awarded restaurant Torrisi Italian S ...…
 
Although he’s classically trained, Executive Chef James Maita has probably learned more from his 20 years of experience than any program could teach. Sacred Pepper is a bold restaurant, and the food he makes reveals plenty of twists. North Tampa has been energized by the contemporary American (with Italian flare) cuisine that Chef Maita brings ...…
 
It shouldn’t be a surprise that Chef Felicia (“Phe”) Lacalle won 1st prize for Best Cuban Sandwich in the home of Cuban Sandwiches mere months after opening her new restaurant, Hemingway’s, in the Heights Public Market at Armature Works in Tampa. Chef Felicia was the Executive Sous and Regional Pastry Chef at Roy’s, and Executive Chef at Samba ...…
 
The grandson of a spice merchant, Courtney Orwig moved to Florida from St. Louis and learned the art of pastry. After a few years he expanded to savory cooking, and eventually he became Sous Chef at SideBern’s (now Haven). Now Chef de Cuisine of Haven, Courtney has cooked at the Mondavi Winery, Star Chefs annual International Chefs Congress, an ...…
 
After a serving as Chef De Cuisine at Boca and SideBerns under Chef Jeannie Pierola, Chef Michael Buttacavoli helmed Council Oak at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Now, of course, Chef Michael is the Executive Chef of the award-winning restaurant, Cena. The modern Italian menu has been a hit in the Channel District, even as the neighborhood has c ...…
 
If you’re into the Tampa Bay food scene, then you already know who Chef Alvarez is. The James Beard semi-finalist for Best Chef South is the co-owner of Rooster & the Till, named the best restaurant in the Tampa Bay area by The Tampa Bay Times. From the Cincinnati Culinary Arts Academy, Chef Alvarez worked his way up to Chef De Cuisine at Mise ...…
 
As consumer advocates, Cameron Hughes Wines is passionate about bringing extreme wine value to wine drinkers at an affordable price. Cameron founded Cameron Hughes Wine with his partner Jessica Kogan in 2001. In 2004, they launched the “Lot Series” with Lot 1, a Lodi Syrah. More than a decade later, they've produced over 600 unique Lot wines an ...…
 
Executive Chef, St. Louis transplant, and Hand Model. A graduate of the Florida Culinary Institute and formerly of Sidebern’s; the enigma that is Chef Brad has brought inspired cuisine to Cru Cellars for the last 4 years. But all of that will amount to nothing if he doesn’t do well in the “Make Me Cry” onion chopping contest. It’s a shame you c ...…
 
When in Rome, eat pizza. When in Tampa, eat Roman-style pizza. Jeff Gigante, well-known Co-Founder of Ciccio Restaurant Group, is opening his own restaurant in Hyde Park Village called Forbici Modern Italian. Forbici (“Scissors” in Italian) is going to be a vibrant, lighter take on Italian cooking with everything from pasta to wines-on-tap. But ...…
 
Frank Family's current success would not exist without his leadership. Todd joined in 2003 and has provided consistency of winemaking, vineyard sources, and leadership in Frank Family’s estate vineyard acquisitions, which are not more than 250 acres in Rutherford, Capell and Carneros. He also has culled relationships with several great growers— ...…
 
Not many BBQ resumes come better than Lee’s. He (and I’m not making this up) left the Texas oil fields to study real barbeque under Pitmaster Roy Perez at Kreuz Market in Lockhart, TX. You know, the one that opened in 1900. That’s some slow cooking When you hear Lee speak, you know right away that he’s as Texan as… I don’t know. Texas toast? So ...…
 
“At the Wine Bar with Cru Cellars” is doing a special series on this year’s Tampa Bay Food Fight tampabayfoodfight.org. Cru Cellars is proud to host a food table and to donate a lot of the wine to this great cause. Benefitting Metropolitan Ministries’ Inside the Box Culinary Arts Program, the audacious goal is to raise enough money to fund 100 ...…
 
Our guest this week did not set out to make the beautiful wines he does. He, and is incredible team, discovered great vineyards at the edge of sensible farming and decided to bring them to light. Learn more about Ian Brand here. The farther they looked, the more they found – remote, challenging vineyards, with hard depleted soils, and intense s ...…
 
Jennifer, Sarah, and my umbrella Is she a cheese-maker from Brooklyn? An organic farmer from Oklahoma? A genetic preservationist from St. Augustine? Yes! A love of all things organic brought Sarah to wine, and wine brought Sarah to the attention of Chef Jeannie Pierola. That’s a pretty simple explanation for a really fascinating story, but you ...…
 
After a decade long career in advertising for Time Warner, Dan Petroski got a harvest internship in Italy, booked a flight and didn’t look back. For the next year, he would live as a local in his adopted home of Italy, working in vineyards. From that point onward, Dan knew that wine would take the center focus of not only his career, but his li ...…
 
Live recording of Melodik Room Session. Aug 2018. An energetic, groovy set! I hope you will enjoy yet :)
 
Im really happy to share with you a special song I created with my friend ShaR4: an amazing talent with an incredible rich angelic dreamy voice. While this is not my usual music genre, I hope you will like and enjoy this special song 😊🙌🎶You can listen, buy or download the song from all major music stores! I hope you like it and enjoy this speci ...…
 
As one of the 4% of female winemakers in California who are also owners of their own winery, Sonoma-based LaRue Wines winemaker and owner, Katy Wilson is also making waves within the 10% minority of California wineries whose lead winemaker also happens to be female. Because, not only does she manage every harvest decision, punch down and barrel ...…
 
It all started with converting potato fields into rows of vineyards in a sleepy field in the heart of California. It was during the late 1960s when a bad potato crop pushed the Bogle family to plant those first grapes -- and now, five decades later -- Bogle Vineyards has become one of the world’s most popular wine brands on the market. Learn mo ...…
 
Michael Evans is the co-founder of The Vines of Mendoza, a winery in the Uco Valley of Argentina that crafts nearly 300 custom wines each year with 130 private vineyard owners. Fifteen years ago Michael came to Argentina from Los Angeles for what he thought would be a three-week vacation. Michael fell in love with the people and the place that ...…
 
Randall Grahm, a.k.a. The Rhône Ranger, is the famous wine-maker and owner of Bonny Doon Vineyard. He’s in the Vintner’s Hall of Fame and was named Wine and Spirits Professional of the Year by the James Beard Foundation. Hi-Ho, Silvaner! When he started his quixotic quest to create the perfect Burgundian Pinot Noir in California some 30 plus ye ...…
 
David Wilson is the co-founder of Wilson Foriegner & Director of Vineyards & Grower Relations at Pahlmeyer. Learn more about David with the show notes here. David grew up on the family ranch, Rancho Chimiles, where he resides now with his wife, Christine, and their two children. David studied fruit science with an emphasis on wine and viticultu ...…
 
Noah Dorrance is the co-founder & chief winemaker of Reeve Wines based in Dry Creek Valley, California. In this episode, Noah shares his story of how he first got into wine. How going from college to Europe changed his life and how seizing opportunities in down times created a launch pad for other ventures. We dig into the founding of Banshee W ...…
 
Natural Wine is on everyone’s tongue, so we reached out to an expert: Gregory W. Van Hoesen. He’s the founder of City Beautiful Beverage Company, Florida’s leading source of Natural Wine. Gregory has made quite a name for himself in the Natural Wine world. Hear his take on what makes a wine “natural”, and why he’s fallen so deep for them. And w ...…
 
Never heard of Caledon Concepts? If you live in the Tampa Bay region, then you already know them by their restaurants: Cevíche and Rococo. When Dave joined the team, he was charged with re-vamping the wine programs at all four different restaurants. Cevíche and Rococo would both seem to have rigid rules for what makes the list, but Dave introdu ...…
 
My latest special mix for Grand Cru Series is here. One hour of pure progressive House and melodic techno. You have the video version as well, hope you will enjoy it :)https://www.facebook.com/mokafreedreams/videos/443889809384337/
 
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Originally from Provence, Julien Fayard is one of Napa Valley’s most respected consulting winemakers producing California varietals with French finesse. Formerly of Chateau Lafite Rothschild and Philippe Melka’s team, he lends two decades of winemaking expertise to more than a dozen different brands, including the highly-rated Le Pich and Purli ...…
 
Ryan has a thumb in every bottle: he’s made hundreds of wines over the years for customers at a custom crush facility. But he’s also worked on estate wines from Texas to Australia to Sonoma. Not enough for you? How about the time he spent in a Berkeley wine shop? Now Ryan brings all this experience to selling wine wholesale. It’s rare to meet a ...…
 
Part 3 (Last one) of my 5h set live at Techno Tuesday, it was a crazy night and for all progressive house lovers, I think this prolonged set will serve you well :) 5 hours set will be in three parts which will reflect BPM, Energy level, and sounds. Part 1 & 2: Part 1:https://soundcloud.com/mokafreedreams/grand-cru-ep-17-moka-live-at-techno-tues ...…
 
In 2014, when she was 21 years old, Jackie dove into the wine game in a big way. In just a few years she was already Assistant Wine Director of the (ahem) best wine bar in Tampa Bay, and had established herself as one of the experts of the natural wine scene in the area. Fresh off her successful mastery of the Level 3 WSET, Jackie sits down wit ...…
 
Part 2 of my 5h set live at Techno Tuesday, it was a crazy night and for all progressive house lovers, I think this prolonged set will serve you well :) 5 hours set will be in three parts which will reflect BPM, Energy level, and sounds. Part 3 coming next weeks ;)Part 1:https://soundcloud.com/mokafreedreams/grand-cru-ep-17-moka-live-at-techno- ...…
 
And you thought the Golden Ticket for the Wonka Factory was hard to get. As oenophiles wrestle in the streets for tickets to this year’s Bern’s Wine Fest (just a few short days away), Jen snagged Brooke Palmer Kuhl, Director of Bern’s Wine Fest, and Kira Jefferson, COO of Bern’s Steak House, for a fun chat about hospitality, excellence, and the ...…
 
Part 1 from my 5h set live at Techno Tuesday, it was a crazy night and for all progressive house lovers, I think this prolonged set will serve you well :) 5 hours set will be in three parts which will reflect BPM, Energy level, and sounds. Part 2 and 3 coming next weeks ;)
 
My take on the incredible musical piece of Hans Zimmer: Time from the movie Inception. Hope you enjoy it. Free Download link :https://hypeddit.com/track/ibhzhi
 
My live session with Veytik and Beyond Physical for Melodik Minds Collectiv. Enjoy :)
 
Just what is “Tampa Ramen”? And why was it first discovered in NYC (and now available in Alabama)? Noel takes us through the start of his Ichicoro empire, and how he introduced ramen to the Tampa Bay area. Thank goodness he did it right. After opening Ichicoro Ramen in Seminole Heights in 2015, new locations have been popping up like cloud-ear ...…
 
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