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Two Guys Talking Wine

Two Guys Talking Wine

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We're both wine writers living in Ontario Canada. We are past-presidents of the Wine Writer Circle of Canada. We travel. We drink wine. And we know things. We're going to share that knowledge with you. Opinionated and Wine fueled content is what you will find here. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People

Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People

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In the spirit of ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ this podcast is a biographical style interview with interesting people that will focus on their love/hate/curious relationship with wine and the fascinating lives they’ve lived so far. Oh and plenty of wine tips and recommendations.
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The Unreserved Wine Talk podcast features candid conversations with the most fascinating people in the wine world. Your host, award-winning journalist Natalie MacLean, dives into how it feels to compete in the nerve-wracking World's Best Sommelier Competition, the shadowy underground of wine forgery, the zany tactics of a winemaker who hosted a funeral for cork, and more. Nestled in these colourful stories are practical tips on how to choose wine from a restaurant list, pair it with food and ...
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Enhance your salon experience with the Splitting Hairs Free Salon Education Podcast, where beauty trends, technology, and engaging salon discussions come together in a weekly show. Tune in to join hosts Matt Beck, Christina Cavalcanti, Brian Haire, and Karlie Warehime for a blend of informative and entertaining content. New episodes drop every Monday at 10am EST - don't miss out! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/freesaloneducation/support
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Man Cave Happy Hour

Man Cave Happy Hour

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Welcome to Man Cave Happy Hour – Whiskey, Spirits, and the stories that go along with them. Join Jamie, Matt, and August as we broadcast live in studio and from our favorite lounges, pubs, distilleries, and happy hours. We will talk to distillers, ambassadors, entrepreneurs, bartenders, mixologists, the people that make and enjoy spirits and cocktails. Produced at the Podcast Your Voice Studios
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The Full Pint Podcast is your weekly destination for beer industry news rundowns and interviews from the most interesting beer-lebrities in the US. Check out our website thefullpint.com for up to date craft beer news, reviews and event information.
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This podcast is hosted by Max VanArnam, son of VanArnam Vineyards' founders and owners Allison and Kent VanArnam. In this podcast we talk about a wide range of wine topics including growing grapes and making wine here in Washington state.
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I am your host Mattia Scarpazza and I found Looking Into Wine to share knowledge about wine. Focus is on areas that sparked my interest throughout my study years and I wished I’d had more time to explore in more detail. Now it’s time! Each episode explores a specific topic in detail and how it is relevant to the wine trade. What to expect? Interviews featuring experts and professionals to guide us through regions, grapes and challenges of vine growing, my own research and much more.
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Craft Beer and brewery reviews, mixed with a little pub chat from The Brit and Yankee Pub Studios located somewhere in Chicagoland, presented by Landlord Phil Clark (The Brit), and co-hosts, Chuck Fort (head brewer at Church Street Brewing), and Ken McMullen (head brewer at Hopvine Brewing). Nominated for 2007 and 2016 Podcast Awards, we podcast for the love of beer!
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FoodCrush

OnMilwaukee

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Get hungry. On the FoodCrush podcast, OnMilwaukee Dining Editor Lori Fredrich and Culture Editor Matt Mueller tackle the ins and outs of dining, food facts, interesting ingredients and myriad topics related to food and beverage. Expect smart talk, lively debate and plenty of fascinating conversations with some of the scene’s most interesting people.
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GUNWASH

Heritage Radio Network

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HEYWHATSUP™? GUNWASH is the future of talk radio; a weekly 90 minute explosion of dark humor, eye-opening interviews, dancehall reggae and psychedelic sounds. Tune in for unguarded insight from the artists, musicians, troublemakers and curators shaping culture in the 21st century. Design, typography, astrophysics, dancehall reggae, conspiracy theories, illustration, drums, nuclear engineering, disco, Polo Ralph Lauren, crime, the 1990's, iconography, iced coffee, late night downtown, drummer ...
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Welcome to "Real Talk on Real Estate " with Barry Mathis & Rachel Wesp, where we meet Entrepreneurs from the Real Estate Industry and local Business Owners on their journey to success. We discuss the common ground that we all share as we strive towards our unique destination, the uphill climbs that make up our backstory, the mountaintop experiences that mark our successes and the potholes and ruts that challenge each of us. Subscribe and Listen as we take a road trip together and remember th ...
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Hosted by international Cabaret and Burlesque artists Miss Bettie Bombshell and Tash York. "Friends With Benefits" based in Melbourne, Australia covers all things showbiz in the independent scene including cabaret, burlesque, drag, comedy and those associated in this crazy biz. Each episode we will invite a new special guest to join us to enjoy glasses of red wine and to talk shop. We want to know their stories, their tips, what their best / worst performing moments and then to top it all of ...
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Good Government Show

Valley Park Productions

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We’re from the government; we’re here to help you! It’s true, ask the millions of people across the country who have been touched by government services that gave them a ride to the supermarket, or got them a library book, or built them a house, or gave them a new suit for a job interview. Because all of those services are provided by your government every day in every state, county, and town, it’s all because Good Government provides good services and creates good projects for Americans. Th ...
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On this episode Matt Sanders, founder and former owner of Vintage Wine Bar in Tulsa, OK stops by the Tasting Room. Matt and John touch on a range of topics, spanning from owning your own business and ultimately realizing you need a fresh start, to what you should say to the sommelier when ordering wine at a restaurant.…
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From Châteauneuf-du-Pape to Morocco this episode of the ‘Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People Podcast has range! My guest is Anne Charlotte Melia Bachas. Anne is the Winemaker and Owner of Chateau Font du Loup in Châteauneuf-du-Pape while her father Charles has founded Domaine du Val d’Argan, a winery in Morocco. We talk about those earl…
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How do you choose the best wine pairings for dessert? When should you summon the sommelier? How can you improve your smell vocabulary and learn to distinguish between different aromas? In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm being interviewed by Scott Sexsmith of Up Close & Personal and Matt Cundill on You May Also Like. You can fi…
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In this episode we venture back up to Lake County and the village of Lake Villa, where we visit with Harbor Brewing Company Founder Kyle Wenzel, and Head Brewer Adam Brose. HBC has been around for over 5 years and has built a large following in their taproom, plus the biergarten located at Winthrop Harbor where you can find awesome beer and views o…
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How did the French region of Burgundy come to the world’s attention as a wine region in the first place? What’s the golden rule for buying Burgundy, especially Pinot Noir? What’s behind the sometimes eye-watering stratospheric prices of Burgundian wines? In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm chatting with one of Ireland’s leading…
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In our newest episode of the Splitting Hairs Free Salon Education Podcast, hosts Matt Beck, Christina Cavalcanti, Brian Haire, and Karlie Warehime dive into a mix of thought-provoking and trendy topics that are currently shaping the hairdressing and beauty industry. This episode is a treasure trove of insights, discussions, and a bit of fun that we…
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Danny and Andy are back to talk beer shop on items including: A quick look at the Firestone Invitational Beer Festival invite list. Wakefest postponed + speculation. Side Project Invitational paused + speculation. Pizza Port Swami's 12 Pack! Bagby Beer morphs to Green Cheek Beer Oceanside RIP NB SF CanArchy Collective no more. Well wishes to Wayne …
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This year, The Brit has asked a panel of brewers and chums to help him taste, chat about, and arbitrarily pass judgement on a range of barley wines. We have gathered them from across the USA, plus we have a couple that come from the UK, home of the barley wine style. Joining The Brit are, from Art History Brewing Tom Rau, Ed and Mike Seaman from Br…
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Why is Pinot Noir considered the holy grail of wine? What makes the French region Burgundy so complicated, and how can we untangle it? What would surprise and delight you about how both the wine and the region have changed in the past five years? In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm chatting with one of Ireland’s leading wine wr…
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Michael took the opportunity to leave the Canadian cold to visit the island of Cyprus. Nobody told André that Cyrpus is different than Cypress - and he makes a bunch of Cypress Hill jokes. Did Michael learn anything about these wines? The answer may surprise you. You can support Two Guys Talking Wine on Patreon at www.patreon.com/2guystalkingwine H…
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Dive into the latest episode of "Splitting Hairs" with the FreeSalonEducation.com team, powered by Minerva Beauty. This episode is a mix of hairstyling wisdom, intriguing debates, and a dash of personal mishaps. We kick things off with a hilarious recount of Brian's airplane wine story, setting the tone for an episode filled with laughter and learn…
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Traveller Whiskey - Chris Stapleton and Buffalo Trace. Jamie, Matt and August are joined by George to talk about the amazing Traveller Whiskey from Chris Stapleton and Buffalo Trace. https://linktr.ee/ManCaveHappyHour www.ManCaveHappyHour.com Jamie Flanagan @DJJamieDetroit Matt Fox @fox_beazlefox Merch www.WearingFunny.com…
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If I think about the people who had the biggest influence on me when it comes to wine, Brian Perry, the Beverage Manager and Head Sommelier for The National Club is right at the top of the list. There is so much to admire about Brian. I’ll always appreciate the fact that when I joined the club, I was the youngest member at the time and as a sports …
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On the latest ‘Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People’ Podcast I sit down with one my wine mentors, Brian Perry, the Beverage Manager and Head Sommelier for The National Club. Brian has a remarkable story from bartending with little wine knowledge to running one of the largest wine programs in Canada. This episode went long so I have split…
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Welcome back to Splitting Hairs, the free salon education podcast powered by Minerva Beauty! In today's episode, we're diving deep into the latest innovations shaping the world of haircare. From Dyson's groundbreaking blow dryer to the standout hairstyles at the Grammys and the exciting potential of AI technology, we've got a lot to cover. As your …
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It was during Covid in December of 2020 when we first checked in via Zoom with Josh Grubbs at Black Lung Brewing. Since then he has opened his primary brewery and taproom in Round Lake Beach, and has expanded to a satellite taproom in Fox Lake beside beautiful Lake Nippersink. After our short recording hiatus, we wanted to restart our podcast episo…
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Why do the wines change when you’re pairing them with kale versus other greens? Why should you avoid storing wine in the fridge? What’s the best question you can ask a sommelier in a restaurant? In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm chatting with Vanessa Price, the author of Big Macs and Burgundy: Wine Pairings for the Real World…
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Michael and André sit down with Andy Peay of his eponimous winery. They discovered the cool climate Pinot Noir (and Chardonnay) at a recent Rogers and Co. tasting. So they decided they needed to find out what the heck is going on in a part of California that is delivering stunning cool climate wines. Strap in and discover the Sonoma West Coast. Lea…
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On this week's Tasting Room, John Pierce, founder of "Coffee at Heirloom", gives John & Austin details on the new venture... Austin's viral Gustungling video & everyone's infatuation with Seth Rogen... & another round of 'Guess That Beer!'... with a correct guess!
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Snacks, Drinks, Bourbon, Whiskey, Vodka and so much more. Some of our Michigan/Detroit Favorites. August and Jamie Try Flying Ace Bourbon and more. https://linktr.ee/ManCaveHappyHour www.ManCaveHappyHour.com Jamie Flanagan @DJJamieDetroit Matt Fox @fox_beazlefox Merch www.WearingFunny.comBy Man Cave Happy Hour
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Welcome to the first episode of Tasting Room AFTER HOURS, where John visits with special guests outside of the normal Tasting Room Podcast. Up first is Cat Cox, owner of Country Bird Bakery. She and John discuss her art background, venturing out and opening her own business, and what could be next for the renowned baker.…
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Have you ever wondered which wine pairs best with your favourite guilty pleasure snack? Why are Cheetos and Twinkies great for learning about food and wine pairing? How can everyday foods encourage you to try wines you may have otherwise avoided? In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm chatting with Vanessa Price, the author of Big…
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Really cool origin story with my guest on the wine podcast, Wine Importer Emily Craig, owner of Emily Craig Import Agency. Emily went from graduating with a Science Degree, to working a harvest in Nova Scotia to working for some of the largest Canadian wine importing companies in Canada to starting her own boutique wine important company. Oh, and s…
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When it comes to wine, what do descriptors like the musty attic, rotten eggs and Band-Aids mean? How does a wine's packaging make it more susceptible to faults? Are there ways you can fix a faulted wine at home rather than throwing out the bottle or returning it? In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm chatting with Keith Grainger,…
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Caribou Crossing - Single Barrel pick from the Wine Garden. Know as the "Blanton's of the North" this fine Canadian Whiskey get event better as a Single Barrel pick from the "Brotherhood of the Barrel" and Big Tony at the Wine Garden. https://www.facebook.com/TheWineGardenSCS https://linktr.ee/ManCaveHappyHour www.ManCaveHappyHour.com Jamie Flanaga…
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We are back today with President Andy Carter where we tackle a big pile of beer mail. We asked for beer related questions and we answer them on this edition of our mailbag show. Questions include: Czech lagers Bottle shares Regional pilsners The secondary beer market Cleaning draft lines Hangar 24 The rising cost of beer at the tap room And tons mo…
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How can you tell when a wine is mildly corked versus you just don’t like it? Which main types of wine faults and how can you identify them? Why are inexpensive wines actually less prone to faults? In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm chatting with Keith Grainger, author of Wine Faults and Flaws: A Practical Guide, which won the …
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On this episode of the Tasting Room, John and Austin touch on today's Yelp! culture, how to capture the 2013 craft beer feeling again, and some of their favorite restaurant experiences. Plus the guys welcome Christina Winkle to the show to talk about her podcast, Chew. Sip. Repeat.
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Tommy Calvert is a Bexar County Texas Commissioner. And he doesn’t just stand out because he’s tall. He stands out because he gets things done. Not just in his home of San Antonio, Texas, but as you will hear around the world. GoodGovernmentShow.com Bexar.org Thanks to our sponsors: National Association of Counties (NACo) Kutztown University Ourco …
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What does a healthy relationship with wine look like? Which tricks can you use to lower the alcohol content of your wine? How have my thoughts on overdrinking changed over the years and over three books? In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm being interviewed by author Molly Watts of the Alcohol Minimalist Podcast. You can find t…
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The first show of 2024 has us speaking with a natural wine producer ... Michael and André have learned that natural wine is currently in the process of being defined. Which is great news for the consumer. That producer is Xavier Amirault - and his wines are delicious! Michael discovered Xavier on a recent trip to the Loire so he was thrilled to hav…
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I love how Assistant Winemaker for Domaine Queylus Brooke Husband can make winemaking technique and the difficulties of Wild Fermentation sound so interesting. On my latest interview Brooke does such a great job blending (Pun intended, sorry) the human element that goes into making great wine. Lotta range in this episode from the importance of wine…
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Which types of global dishes can you pair with South American wines? What’s one of the best but little-known Chilean wine regions you need to try? Which types of wine do they make in other South American countries, such as Uruguay, Peru, Bolivia and Brazil? In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm chatting with Amanda Barnes, author…
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Jamie, Matt and August head to the shelf for Just a Taste of Peerless Rye Whiskey. We've been sitting on this one for a bit. It comes in hot. Joining us for the taste are Spencer and Rob "Chief 1 Love" Griffin. Rob updates us on his latest products and endorsements. Cheesecake and personal groomer, things get deliciously weird. https://thegonutz.co…
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First a racist shooting left 10 dead. Then a once a century blizzard left 31 dead. Through it all Erie County New York executive Mark Polencarz managed the county through two tragic crises. Hear how he did it. GoodGovernmentShow.com SonomaCounty.CA.gov Thanks to our sponsors: National Association of Counties (NACo) Kutztown University Ourco Executi…
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Find me a better winemaking couple than Ann Sperling and Peter Gamble! I sit down with the vino power couple about their work with On Seven Estate Winery, a Niagara boutique winery obsessed with Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Great interview for anyone interested in learning about how Niagara is perfectly suited for world class Burgundian style wine an…
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How did the South American wine industry develop? What might surprise you about the variety of wines produced in South America? How has Argentina's flagship red wine, Malbec, changed over the past five years? In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm chatting with Amanda Barnes, author of The South America Wine Guide. You can find th…
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