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Best Emilie Steckenborn podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Emilie Steckenborn podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Alaya Tea is a women-owned tea company that sources organic and biodynamic loose-leaf teas directly from people and planet friendly farms in India. Their tea is picked fresh and sent in small batches without preservatives and packaged using biodegradable materials. Today, we’ll be speaking with co-founders Esha Chhabra and Smita Satiani about the w…
 
We’re taking a leap forward today and discussing crickets and insects as an alternative and sustainable food solution We’ve got to ask ourselves: can our current food system successfully carry the weight of an increasing hungry population?Are we limiting ourselves with sourcing protein from only meat and is the what other sustainable protein soluti…
 
In today's podcast we'll be discussing data and the importance of measuring what matters. Paul Mabray, the CEO of Emetry joins us to discuss how wineries can leverage data analytics to better answer questions and understand their consumer. Emetry is analytic software for the wine industry that provides unique insights aimed to drive business revenu…
 
Today we speak with Randy Ullom and Maggie Curry from the Kendall Jackson-Winery team about how COVID-19 is shifting the way we engage with our customers online. Randy Ullom is the Winemaster at Kendall-Jackson Winery and shares his best practices on how to bring the winery experience to your doorstep. We also speak with Maggie Curry, Director of M…
 
Laiba is China’s first handcrafted bottled cocktail brand. In today’s podcast, we speak with Alexander Petersen, Co-Founder and CEO of LAIBA Beverages about the untapped potential of bottled cocktails. We also discuss how COVID-19 has created unimaginable growth and demand across Asia. Check them out on Instagram @laibabeverages Find out more: http…
 
Have you ever wondered what are the shifting consumer behaviors towards alternative protein in Asia? Today we speak with industry leader and expert Sonalie Figueiras about plant-based, cultivated and whole food meat, seafood and dairy alternatives in Asia. Sonalie Figueiras is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Green Queen, Hong Kong's largest eco …
 
Peter Marks MW is one of America's leading wine educators. He is currently a Partner and Vice President of Education for the Napa Valley Wine Academy. Today, he joins us to discuss his journey becoming a Master of Wine and his tips on what skill sets are needed to become a top wine educator. We also discuss how COVID-19 is fueling the rise of onlin…
 
With nearly half a billion people over the legal drinking age of 25, India most certainly seems like an attractive market for wine brands. However, with its high wine taxes and its complicated and fragmented regulatory landscape, India remains a difficult market to enter. Today, Ruma Singh, Wine Writer and Founder of Between the Vines, gives us a g…
 
Globally, we buy millions of plastic bottles per minute, yet 91% of plastic bottles are not recycled. Today, we speak with Cassia Patel, Program Director at Oceanic Global Foundation about cost effective options to support a plastic free hospitality. Oceanic Global launched The Oceanic Standard, an easy step-by-step guide for restaurants, event spa…
 
New Zealand is leader in sustainability, low alcohol wines and expressive Sauvignon Blanc, but that's not all! In today's podcast we speak with Charlotte Read, GM of Marketing, and Natalie Potts, Market Manager for Asia at New Zealand Winegrowers about the countries latest innovations. Show notes 05:50 -- NZ & Sustainability 07:50 -- Low alcohol wi…
 
Pillitteri Estates Winery is a family owned winery in the heart of Niagara, Ontario. They are the world’s largest estate producer of Icewine and the official wine supplier for Team Canada. Pillitteri Estates Winery has been working in the Chinese market since 1999, establishing itself as the world’s premier brand of Icewine. In this podcast we sit …
 
Today we speak to industry expert Jamie L. Evans about the world of cannabis in F&B. In this podcast we break down Jamie’s journey from wine to cannabis and what are the similarities between the two. We also discuss her latest book: The Ultimate Guide to CBD: Explore The World of Cannabidiol. Jamie Evans is the founder of The Herb Somm, a cannabis …
 
Hannah Williams is the Beverage Director at Blue Hill at Stone Barns, a two star Michelin establishment. As a Certified Sommelier and named one of Wine & Spirits Magazine’s Best New Sommeliers of 2019, Hannah shares her thoughts on what skill sets are needed to become a great Sommelier. With the recent global pandemic of COVID-19, there’s no doubt …
 
Molly Troupe, America’s youngest female master distiller discusses how she found her passion for creating small batch gin and whiskey at Freeland Spirits. Based in Portland, Oregon, Freeland Spirits is one of the very few woman owned and operated distilleries in the US. In this podcast we discuss what steps you can take to find your passion and wha…
 
Wine bottles are heavy, spatially inefficient, and generally not made from recycled materials. In fact, the biggest portion of a wine bottle’s carbon footprint is a result of its packaging, not its production or transport. If we are to build a sustainable industry, the vast majority of wine packaging needs to innovate. In this episode we speak with…
 
As a dynamic and growing segment of the overall alcoholic beverage market, the wine industry attracts a range of talented people yet appears to struggle in cultivating top female talent in middle management and executive positions. Deborah Brenner wants to change that. In this podcast we speak with Deborah Brenner, Founder and CEO of Women of the V…
 
Today we discuss making Sake in one of the most unlikely of places. Sake is a Japanese alcoholic beverage made from polished rice. It's a complex and delicate beverage that is making its way in trendy bars and restaurants around the world. William Stuart, CEO & Brewer of Colorado Sake Co. speaks with us on how he had to change Colorado laws to make…
 
Karen MacNeil is one of the most celebrated personalities in wine. She is the author of the best-selling wine book: The Wine Bible, which has sold over one million copies. She is the only American to receive all major wine awards given in the English language. TIME Magazine called Karen “America’s Missionary of the Vine” and she also received an Em…
 
In 2019, Gus Jian Zhu earned the prestigious title of Master of Wine (MW) making him the first Chinese national to earn the title. With only 389 members around the world, the MW is one of the most rigorous examinations in wine. In fact, he passed all the exams on his first attempt! Gus is a wine educator and holds a Master of Science in Viticulture…
 
Claudia Masueger encapsulates the energy needed to thrive in wine retail in China. Originally from Switzerland, Masueger came to China in 2008 with little more than suitcases full of wine to discover if the Chinese market was interested in wine. Today, CHEERS Wines has over forty locations across China. In today’s podcast, we sit down with Claudia …
 
Today we sit down to discuss two very different wine making countries: Australian and Austrian. Campell Thompson is the Founder of The Wine Republic and one of the pioneers of cool climate and craft wines into China. He started importing Pinot Noir from Yarra at a time when the market was only focused on big and bold Barossa Shiraz. He was also one…
 
Today we speak to cult status producer Sasa Radikon. Based in Friuli Italy, Sasa’s family was the region’s pioneer of “orange” wines. Today, Sasa joins us to demystify natural wines, how it’s made and how to serve them. Orange wine is simply white wine made using a red wine method. This means that the white grape skins are used during the winemakin…
 
Baijiu is the most sold spirit in the world, yet people typically don’t know much about it outside China. On today’s podcast we sit down with William Isler, CEO of Ming River Baijiu to discuss China’s flagship spirit. Isler shares his story on how we fell in love with Baijiu and how it prompt him to open one of the most famous Baijiu bars in China:…
 
Today we talk about your favorite spread: nut butter, but also how NAKED Nut Butters is spreading support to local communities. In 2016, Founders Katie Tarrant and Meredith Sides turned an obsession into a business. They created high-quality nut butter that not only tastes great but supports the local community. They work alongside a Chinese NGO ca…
 
CALLING ALL WINE LOVERS! South African wines are more exciting than ever. In today’s podcast we sit down with Marcus Ford, Asia Market Manager of Wines of South Africa to discuss all there’s to know about SA wines. Working in the wine trade in Shanghai for since 1999, Ford started off as a Sommelier at M on the Bund and then Co-Founded fine wine re…
 
“I just had to do something,” said Carrie Chan, co-founder of Avant Meat, a company devoted to the development of cultured meat in Hong Kong. Today we speak with Carrie Chan, Co-Founder of Avant Meat, China's first-ever cultured meat technology company. founded in 2018, alongside Dr. Mario Chin, they chose to produce fish, fish fillets, and especia…
 
Today we sit down with Rudy Guo, Executive Director of Oysterliscious Group in Shanghai. We discuss his journey in the F&B industry and the growing obsession of oysters in Asia. Based in Shanghai for over eleven years, Rudy Guo shares with us how a simple fast food from Qing Dynasty now fetches hundreds of RMB for his top oyster. Today, we discuss …
 
Emilio Restoy Cabrera, is CEO of a value-oriented wine and spirits conglomerate: Zamora Company. The Spanish Chemical Engineer, Marketing Expert, and MBA has climbed the corporate ladder of his own family business. He is the third generation running the business. After overseeing domestic sales, marketing, and international accounts, Emilio carries…
 
Mate is a traditional South American caffeinated drink that rose in popularity in Germany under the name Yerba-Mate. Today, Daniel de Smeth is bringing his favourite drink to Asia. In this podcast we discuss what exactly is Mate and how it sparked a revolution in the Berlin club and startup scene. We also discuss how his new product: Highlite got s…
 
Dan Siebers is an accomplished sommelier and China market expert. He’s been in the industry since the late 1990s and has seen it all. Dan has seen the market shift at a spectacular pace, which has given him a very local and up-close perspective on the market, its past, its present, and the future of wine in China. In this podcast we discuss the mar…
 
First launched in Beijing and now in Shanghai, Baozza is becoming a hot trend. It's the perfect example of assimilation of cultures. Baozza is still a very traditional bao, made with great care to preserve its characteristic softness and fluffy texture. The pizza stuffing is also traditional because Alex uses imported Italian tomatoes and mozzarell…
 
In the last few weeks, Australian wines have officially taken over France as China's most imported country by volume. This might come as no surprise for those living in China who've witnessed the effort of Australian wine producers paving the way and a strong marketing campaign lead by Wine Australia. Today we sit down with Wine Australia's Regiona…
 
“Who wants to try, honestly, Chinese Cabernet Sauvignon? But what about Chinese Marselan? I think there’s something here, an opportunity.” Today we sit down with Julien Boulard, a China based wine educator, Master of Wine Candidate and Director of Zhulian Wine Consulting. In this episode we discuss everything you need to know about Chinese wines fr…
 
Dragons are real and they come from Inner Mongolia. Today we speak with Daniel Brooker, Owner and Maker of Dragon's Blood, a gin produced in Chifeng in Inner Mongolia. With two distinct creations just released on the market, he’s taking his approach as a Chef and blending it into the world as a master distiller. In this episode we discuss the name …
 
A messy problem with a green solution. In today's podcast we sit down with CEO of MotionEco, Shu Tong about how his company sources used cooking oil in China and converts into biodiesel. This is the core issue: China has lots of food waste. It includes massive amounts of used cooking oil. The oil is often collected illegally and traded unethically,…
 
In today's episode we sit down with Lewis Harding, CEO of Coffee Exchange to discuss one of our favorite beverages, coffee. Coffee Exchange is a marketplace that connects, often isolated producers, with eager buyers and roasters in China. Currently based in Shanghai, Lewis spent 10 years in finance and entrepreneurship before finding his true calli…
 
Today we sit down with Bob Betz, Master of Wine, Consulting Winemaker and Founder of Betz Family Winery to discuss his journey and Washington State wines. Bob has played A leading role in Washington's wine industry for the last +40 vintages. Mr. Betz is without a doubt part of Washington wine’s history, and his journey has allowed him to work side …
 
The Spirited Future of Port in Asia with Jorge Nunes, Winemaker/APAC Market Manager for Symington Family Estates Watch out everyone, Port is no longer for your grandparent’s generation. Listen in to learn how Port is being embarked and reborn in Asia as the best value for your money. This sweet and rich fortified wine from Portugal is driving unpre…
 
Food waste is a heated topic around the world but especially in China. We always hear stories about illegally sold restaurant waste reused for it's cooking oil or thousands of tons of food scraps wasted each day in big cities like Shanghai and Beijing. But what is actually happening in the food recycling ecosystem in China? In today’s podcast we si…
 
Champagne is a growing category around the world, but do we see the same trend in China? In this episode we explore the current situation of Champagne with Edouard Duval, CEO of East Meets West Fine Wines. Part of the Duval-Leroy Champagne House, Edouard shares some of his experiences and thoughts about the Champagne industry and the ever-changing …
 
Decanter Wine Magazine is one of the leading wine publications focused on lifestyle, industry insights, regional profiles and authoritative wine reviews. Founded in 1975, Decanter is the oldest wine publication in circulation in the UK. Today, Decanter grows its footprint around the world with its widely anticipated yearly consumer tasting and mast…
 
Elyse Lambert MS is one of the most respected female sommeliers in the world. Based in Montreal, Quebec, she earned the title of Master Sommelier in 2015. Elyse has her own radio program on Radio Canada, winner of numerous sommelier competitions across the world and is a featured columnist in various wine publications. There’s certainly no slowing …
 
Does Canada only produce Icewine? Recognized for its cold winters and cool climate wines, we discuss where this young winemaking country is headed. Today, we speak with Niagara based boutique wine producer Jakub Lipinski of Big Head Wines about the diversity of Canadian wines. In this episode we talk about the founding and development of Canadian w…
 
The idea of pure, unprocess food feels like an unrealistic concept for us in China. Frank Steffen is known as the pioneer of the vegetarian movement in Shanghai. Over eight years ago He founded Pure & Whole, formally Kush, and has since opened up several restaurants focused on plant based dishes. In this episode we discuss how he grew out of one of…
 
China is Chile's largest market for wine, through 2016-2017, overall imports into China grew 26%. Today, we sit down with the Director of Wines of Chile Asia, Julio Alonso, to discuss what makes Chilean producing regions different through the lens of poetry, food pairing, and art. Previously Julio was a lawyer working with the Ministry of Economy i…
 
Charles Zeng could be the burger mayor of Shanghai. He currently owns five Charlie’s Burger restaurants in the city and consistently serves up some of the most legit burgers, shakes, and now gourmet Jianbing — an early morning local favourite. Originally from NY, Charles got hooked on the vibrancy and energy of Shanghai. Like many, he thought that …
 
DRiNK Magazine is arguably the industry's insider view into the leading bars, personalities and hotspots in Asia. Today, we discuss with Theo Watt, Founder of Thirsty Work Production & DRiNK Magazine about his journey, DRiNK Magazine Bar Awards, Baijiu and how a trip to Sri Lanka sparked a new idea to help bring the DRiNK community together. To fin…
 
If you don't already know, China is a foodie nation. With so many various local cuisines and now, international restaurants opening up in tier one cities, there's enough selection to keep us constantly busy. But how can we navigate the thousands of restaurants in Shanghai alone? Today, we speak to Stone Shi, Founder & CEO of Bon APP!, an APP that h…
 
Beer lovers rejoice! Stone Brewing is opening up their very own taproom and promising to deliver China the freshest craft beer straight from America. Voted twice by readers of Beer Advocate as the #1 "All Time Top Brewery on Planet Earth", Stone Brewing wants to make sure you get the real deal. In this podcast we sit down with Paul Gelinas, VP & Ge…
 
If you live in China you usually ask yourself: is this milk real? Is this wine a copy? Is this vegetable really organic? Billy Chan, Founder of DropChain hopes that blockchain innovation will set us in the right direction by providing a more transparent food and beverage supply network. He believes that tracking where your consumable goods comes fr…
 
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