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The law affects our lives and our society in many unique and profound ways. Reasonably Speaking, produced by The American Law Institute, features interviews with legal experts on some of the most important legal topics of our time. Each episode takes you through the law in action, beyond courtrooms and casebooks. Whether you are a legal scholar or a concerned citizen, this examination of the relationship between our laws and our society will leave you with a better understanding of how we go ...
 
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We recorded this 6 weeks ago with the amazing Maia Fleming, the queen of Somerville. It was the first episode recorded of the savoie season and is the last one to drop. I’m pretty sure it was the most delicious too? 6 weeks ago is a long time ago, and the world has changed. Please safely visit Maia at Rebel Rebel in Somerville, and drink all the bu…
 
Each hermit, a monk who is or who will be a priest, has his own living space, called a cell, usually consisting of a small dwelling. Traditionally there is a one-room lower floor for the storage of wood for a stove and a workshop as all monks engage in some manual labour. A second floor consists of a small entryway with an image of the Virgin Mary …
 
Well it happened again. We got surprised by the year becoming BAD. We should have learned. This is a year end review/ laying groundwork for next year ep. Don’t get mad at us if it’s your first episode This is just being silly for once. //// LIST//// Delmore wines, Central coast Pinot, 2020// Brovia, Barolo, ‘Unio,’ 2014//// Support the show (https:…
 
David Hatzopoulos, AKA "Big Dave from Chambers," came through fucking bossed up to talk about Mondeuse, his life, and what's going on with Kevin's big toe. Oh no, fuck, we accidentally open 5 bottles (again), so frankly, we're experts now too. Go visit David at Chambers Street wines (they ship, don't be a dork), but more than anything, make sure yo…
 
The boys welcome Roland Benedetti of Living Wine to eat too much cheese and drink 6 bottles of Jacquere in an afternoon. We really recommend doing that sometime soon for everyone -- it's incredible for your brain and mood. Roland has forgotten more about his home, the Savoie, than we could ever hope to know, so it was an absolute treat to hear the …
 
Erica Catubig lives in NYC and we didn't know because we're terrible and it's so great that Duck creeped on her instagram and made her come on because she's fucking awesome folks. This week, her philosophical genius was integral to a discussion of the mercurial-est ass grape in the Savoie, Altesse. It's like the Shiv Roy of grapes, in that Duck can…
 
We haven't recorded in a month but I'm sure you can't tell. It's a celebration of the gooiest grape, Roussanne AKA Bergeron AKA Ecto Drooler featuring the incredibly sweet and cool Joe Robitaille of Homespun Foods in Beacon. Yes folks, we're beginning our Savoie Season on Kevin's upstairs couch and IT IS EVERYTHING. This is the first of six episode…
 
ITS THE WILDWORLD EPISODE, AND BOY DID OUR BOYS WORK IT. This weeks episode is a hodgepodge of different interviews with booze luminaries about what beverages inspired them. Duck keeps calling it bricolage, but fuck that guy. Thank you to our guests: Alice Jun from Hana Makgeoli, Andy Brennan from Aaron Burr, Cooper Anderson from Austin Winery, Nik…
 
This was recorded at WildWorld, so all praises due to the gods there. The boys are joined by Adrienne Friesen of Grape Witches Imports and Jirka Jireh from Industry Sessions to drink some incredible new rosés, talk about the spirit of bricolage and invention embodied at the festival and most importantly, get really fucking insane. There's a lot of …
 
The boys welcome their friend and mentor Amanda aka shitty wine memes to discuss the works of Adam Sandler and wines with the word "Sand" in their names. Please buy stickers from @shittywinememes////list//// McDonald's Coke, NV Sandhi, Santa Rita Hills Pinot Noir, 2019// Sandlands Vineyards, Contra Costa County, 'Carignane,' 2019//// Support the sh…
 
We recorded this a month ago with fan favorites Emily Schultz and Jesse Shapell. This is probably the giggliest episode in a long time, as we all struggle to discuss wines from the Northeast while also trying to shoehorn Jewish mysticism in and mostly just have a really good time drinking mostly hybrids. This season is all about having fun and bein…
 
Sara and Jennifer from Little Trouble Wine Co join the boys to discuss the maxim it takes a lot of bad beers to make good wines. If you ever wanted a semi-definitive rating of gas station beers, well, fuck, you're in luck. Even more fun, we play a lot of games this week, so get ready to learn a lot about horses. Luckily, the bad beers have worked: …
 
The boys are joined by Taylor Stember and Lynne Fahy from Keuka Spring and Anthony Road to discuss winemaking in the Finger Lakes, the future of blaufrankish and being the future of winemaking in America. Ditching the shadow of big riesling is hard, but holy shit the wines were singing, helping make the case that the FLX are the most overlooked win…
 
Zack Klug came again to explain what wine is and where it comes from and also what philosophy does. He’s one of our favorite winemakers and his wines are dope and not only should you seek out the treasures he’s made, but get ready for what’s next baby: flx hybrids!!!!! ////List//// Liten Buffel, Niagara Pinot Noir, ‘Parking Lot,’ 2018// Liten Buffe…
 
It's the boys' harvest season and holy heck is it starting with a bang. Please welcome Megan Bell of Margins to discuss the economics of winemaking, what rosé means and how to make wine when you can't necessarily afford wine. Megan's wines are incredible, but more importantly, she has so much to say about this silly little industry. Please buy your…
 
The boys are joined by Steven Ventura from Dirty Bacchus to discuss the 20th anniversary of 9/11, the difference between Cher and Stevie Nicks and the fictional nation of Latveria. This is our first outdoor episode and it's really fucking romantic. Let him pick you out some wine soon. ////LIST//// Petr Koráb, Orange on Leaves Pet-Nat, 2020 // Benja…
 
What is a co-ferment? The boys dig deep into the phenomenon. This was an unusually delicious episode and also, sort of a thinker. Drink a lot more fruit wine, stop believing in categories and get ready for a v weird future. ////LIST//// Fable Farm Fermentory , 'Leo,' 2019 // Revel Ciders, 'Dressed up to Party'// Greenpoint Cidery, 'We're Laughing'/…
 
Holy shit this was some of the most fun wine we've had all year. Damn Burgenland what's up?? It's a solo episode and the boys talk about Covid and drink good wine. What's not to like? ////LIST//// Lichtenberger-Gonzales, Burgenland Welshriesling, 'Tres Quartos,' 2018// Koppitch, Burgenland, 'Rozsa,' 2020 // Rennasisters, Burgenland Zweigelt, 2017 /…
 
The boys are joined by the Austrian whisperer, Robin Pohlman of Wine Workshop to discuss the weirdo lunatic fringe of Lower Austria, theology and how to be cool with aromatic whites. Yeah, we fucking laughed. Yeah we cried. Yeah we learned. You're in the right place you weirdo. ////LIST//// Martin and Anna Arndorfer, Chardonnay / Nueburger, 'Die Li…
 
The boys are joined by sommelier extraordinaire Kenneth Crum to discuss Richard the Lionhearted, and, I guess, by extension, the DAC wines of Niederösterreich. It’s a heavy hitter episode as the boys try to pronounce a lot of valleys and castles and come to terms with a region that arguably led the charge for rebirth of Austrian winemaking post Ant…
 
Amanda. Smeltz. Styria. NO RULES. LETS GO!!!! ////LIST//// Strohmeir, Schilcher Frizzante, NV // Weingut Maria & Sepp Muster, Steirerland, 'Rose vom opok,' 2019// Weingut Werlitsch, Steiermark, 'Ex Vero II,' 2013// Andreas Tscheppe, SteiermarkGelber Muskateller, 'Butterfly,' 2018//// Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/Disgorgeous)…
 
It’s the first episode of our new season and holy shit are we excited to talk about Vienna, a city we have clearly never been to, and also a v small and weird little wine appellation. If you haven’t seen ‘Amadeus,’ maybe don’t listen to this episode. If we mispronounced something that’s praxis. Holy shit we love Austrian wines. ////List//// Jutta A…
 
Listen kids. This sort of content is normally only available for the Patreons, but like, we wanted to make sure our proud beer sponsors, ABC Beer Co and the Referend Bier Blendery get some love. Go drink at ABC and say hi to Zach, who is too cute to be allowed, and for the love of God get some stuff from the Referend before they become too famous a…
 
The boys are joined by the wonderful Chris Christensen from Bodkin and Where's Linus, to discuss "terroir," "what's bothering Duck," and Sauvignon Blanc being good actually. This is a madhouse episode, please be prepared to get weird. Please buy Chris' wines, we love them (also the Gewurtztraminer Duck drank 2 days later was UNREAL.) ////LIST//// B…
 
The boys are joined by Jamal Rayyis to discuss the limits of terroir at the Finger Lakes Excursion Riesling Festival in July 2021. This is a live recording, and we thought it was the best. Please seek out and drink more wines from the Finger Lakes and please keep asking questions about wine. //// LIST//// Set #1 "Australian Style" 2019 Pikes Tradit…
 
The boys welcome Jon Bonné to discuss his upcoming book, The New French Wine. You should all absolutely be prepared to buy it, because if you don't we'll buy every copy with our patreon money. ////LIST//// Domaine La Bancale, VDF, 'Chair Blanche Marnes Noires,' 2019 // Domaine des Ardoisieres, IGP vin des Allobroges, 'Silece,' 2020// Chateau Masser…
 
First episode in our new office ft Patrick Cappiello and Miguel de Leon. Extremely interesting and holy shit good wine. I’m at Kevin’s house rn and I can’t do a good bio I’ll fix this tomorrow ok? ////list//// La roche Blanche, vdf Blanc, ‘Sauvignon no.2,’ 2014// Dard & Ribo, crozes hermitages, ‘Les Rouges des battes,’ 2018//// Support the show (ht…
 
It's an EARNEST EPISODE despite their best efforts as the boys are joined by Andrew Yandell of Good Juice Club to discuss organic farming. If you're one of the mean wine meme accounts influenced by us, you can't make fun of us for believing in something, sorry nerds. Go and buy wine from Andrew's stellar wine club - it's basically the bomb. ////LIS…
 
The boys are joined by Broken Arms games to discuss their absolutely delightful winemaking simulation, 100 Days. Buy it on Stadia or Steam right now, and everywhere else hopefully this fall! Sorry we all sounded sweaty it was very hot and we chose nebbiolo. ////LIST//// Giulia Negri, Langhe Nebbiolo, 'Pian delle mole,' 2018//// Support the show (ht…
 
Duck's on vacation so Kevin is gonna attempt to describe this one. It's our final episode of Loire-dew Valley, and we've got a heady episode to go out on. Our son Jesse Shappell is in person for this most-expensive episode. We discuss pyrazines, the ephemeral experience of wine made for its own sake , and the unbearable lightness of clos rougeard. …
 
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The boys re-step into the ring with Christy Frank but this time they are allowed to swear. I don't think we made the obvious jokes re: Pineau d'aunis, but duh, we were thinking them. The wines fucking rip and we weren't expecting that, which is a really pleasant surprise. You should probably go get some if you get a chance. Thank you to all our new…
 
There is no nice way to say it: this is the grumpiest Duck has been on the pod, ever, so sorry. Kevin, luckily, steers the ship of state with aplomb and the boys welcom Luke Allen Wylde of Statera Cellers and Lares Wines to discuss bubble techniques, technical winemaking, and how shitty it must be to have losers drink your wines. Support Luke at al…
 
I swear to god, it's becoming more and more clear we only have seen like 3 movies. The boys are joined by Lauren Friel, owner of Rebel Rebel, Wild Child, and Hello Dear Annie, to discuss Romorantin, which, as we all can agree, is a grape that we have done enough research on to have thoughts. It was a silly delight. ////LIST//// Francois Cazin, Cour…
 
The boys are joined by the world's favorite sommelier, Miguel de Leon, to discuss Sancerre again -- but this time, it's the good kind. Forget sauv blanc, baby, we're talking pinot noir, and honey, these wines whip. Huge insane people energy episode, but frankly, if you're not going to get weird about pinot noir on limestone, what are you doing talk…
 
Have you ever wondered what exactly goes into completing an ALI project? There’s nobody better to talk about the ALI process than four veteran Reporters whose projects may be completed at the 2021 Annual Meeting.In this episode of Reasonably Speaking, Reporter on one of our newest projects, Lyrissa Lidsky from Restatement of the Law Third, Torts: D…
 
The boys have started another season, and this one is a doozy: welcome to the Loire. It's their first in person episode in over a year, so you know there's gonna be a LOT of social anxiety. Luckily, they are talking about grolleau, which is fun and delicious and cool, but probably doesn't need the same attention as, like, chenin (do not dm me about…
 
The boys talk Massachusetts rivalries, sports, and wine distribution nitty gritty with Sam Decker of Wine and Peace. Wine and Peace, the self - described "Etsy of Wine," is probably going to be the thing that destroys your boys' careers, so this is a little bittersweet. Seriously, these guys are wonderful people to buy wine from, and anything that …
 
Buy American Cider. Buy it for your friends. Buy it for your enemies. Don’t stop buying it until the heat death of the universe. You need this book. ////List//// Liberty Ciderworks, Washington, McIntosh, 2019 // Keepsake Cidery, Minnesota, 'Orchard Reserve,' 2020// Fenceline Cider, Colorado, 'Whip and Tongue,' (presumed 2019)// Anxo, Washington D.C…
 
With the Cultists presumably stopped, the members of the group that are left standing find that they aren't alone in the cave... Music courtesy of @TabletopAudio on Twitter / https://tabletopaudio.com/about.html New episodes release every Monday. Make sure to subscribe in your favorite podcast application so you don't miss any of the action!…
 
Our friend Eric Asimov came back to discuss what the problem with vintages and how we talk about them and also, to discuss the wine industry and covid. When he left, the boys did an alcoholism. Please support our guest by subscribing to the New York Times, offer code, "Disgorgeous 420" at checkout. ////LIST//// Gerard Boulay, Sancerre, 'Clos de Bea…
 
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