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High Definition Video Podcast Understanding Wine. Video interviews with famous wine makers. Travel videos of wine country complete with wine vineyard profiles. Wine ratings and reviews in the style of Wine Spectator, Wine Advocate, Wine Enthusiast, and Robert Parker. Visits to Napa Valley, Sonoma Valley, Bordeaux, France, Burgundy, Italy, Germany, and many many more.
 
Inside Winemaking was created to provide direct access to the people in charge of creating world-class wines. Napa Valley winemaker, Jim Duane, hosts interviews with some of the top winemakers in California and beyond. Each episode of Inside Winemaking features a winemaker, grape-grower, or technical wine pro and dives deep into their background and expertise. Wine newbies and expert enophiles will be entertained by winemaking stories and learn more about the growing grapes and making wine.
 
The whimsical crime of Napa Valley is discussed over a delicious bottle of local wine. Join hosts Hillary and Chris as they break down the police log while inviting guests to talk about both wine and crime on the table. Enjoy the local perspective about the over use of leaf blowers, seizing squirrels and alcohol induced behavior for your wine filled comic relief.
 
I’m a Cuban-American writer and podcaster with a passion for food, wine, and travel. This podcast focuses mostly on the Miami food scene, but nothing is off-limits. Dining at Michelin-starred restaurants nationwide and nibbling on pastelitos in Hialeah are all part of my canvas. Follow my colorful South Florida journey, right here, on The Whet Palette.Cheers,Brenda
 
Drinking, eating and having fun in Napa Valley while meeting the personalities and characters that make the wine country the charming, tempting and intriguing destination that draws visitors from around the world. Having grown up in Napa Valley and being vintner/proprietor of Judd's Hill, Judd has the scoop on what's happening and who's who!
 
Obsessed with Wine is a weekly podcast hosted by California wine enthusiast, Wesley Cable. Wesley dreamed of being a winemaker in Napa Valley but since that didn't happen, Wesley created this podcast to pursue his passion for everything wine and winemaking. Each episode includes an interview with smart, talented, influential, people with a focus on their wine journey and the wines they are involved in every day. We taste and talk about amazing wines from all over the world. You can find an O ...
 
Meet the who’s who of Napa Valley as Latife Hayson shines a light on one of the most beautiful and coveted lifestyles in the world. Her video podcast, “Napa Valley Inside Out," give you a glimpse of some of the most beautiful and coveted lifestyles in the world. Latife Hayson is an elite luxury Napa Valley real estate agent with the innovative Compass Brokerage. She specializes in the sale and acquisition of luxury estates, vineyards, and wineries. Latife interviews vintners, entrepreneurs, ...
 
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A high-seas vino-centric video series showcasing a wide variety of Napa Valley's saltiest characters including vintners, brewers, distillers, restaurateurs, mixologists and other interesting wine & food personalities expounding insider tales of the treasures and bounty found within the Napa valley. Directed by Judd Finkelstein. Music by Gordon Lustig.
 
Season one of The Meritage podcast is all about The Chardonnay Classic. Learn from Master Sommeliers and winemakers while indulging in premier experiences in iconic Napa Valley. From May 20-22, 2022 the resort reunites wine enthusiasts’ minds and palates to celebrate the greatness of Chardonnay. One of the world’s most beloved, dynamic, and delicious grape varieties. This annual gathering will feature some of the finest domestic and international producers of Chardonnay and will take place a ...
 
A former sommelier interviews incredibly famous and knowledgeable wine personalities in his tiny apartment. He gets them to talk candidly about their lives and work, and then shares the conversations with you. To see new episodes sooner and to see all of the hundreds of back episodes in your feed, it is important to FOLLOW or SUBSCRIBE the show. It is free to do either, the show is free. Contact info- Email leviopenswine@gmail.com Instagram @leviopenswine Twitter @drinktothatpod Website illd ...
 
Wine Access Unfiltered takes you behind the bottle and into what we really love about wine: the intimate moments, unforgettable occasions, and hilarious stories that the best bottles bring about. Hosted by former PRESS wine director and Napa Valley insider Amanda McCrossin with appearances by our Master of Wine Vanessa Conlin, we’re popping corks in a whole new way: with comedians, star athletes, hit songwriters, and other wine lovers from all walks of life.
 
Welcome to VINTed with Scout Driscoll. Come along with Scout on her journey into the wine world where she talks sales and marketing with top leaders in wine. Get ready for industry insights on marketing, design, and answers to the ultimate question.... "what moves wine?" In Season One: • Branding and Marketing for Wineries • Ops Talk: Pricing, Pitfalls, and Scaling Your Winery • Shaping Your Winery's Strategic Brand Story • Leveraging Design Thinking and Insights to Drive Wine Sales • Virtua ...
 
Welcome to the DJ WILLIE "Monthly Podcast". Every month mixing the hottest tracks so you can listening everywhere you go, while you are driving, at the gym or at home. DJ WILLIE best identifies as an Open-format DJ. He is not restricted by genre, music release date, or audience, as he thrives in finding music that appeals to a variety of audiences. You can find him pleasing crowds anywhere from local Napa Valley venues, to anywhere else in the bay area. Follow hin on social media at SNAPCHAT ...
 
Welcome to The Wine Vault. Join us each week for a new podcast episode highlighting some great (and not so great) wines. While we’ll focus on value wines, occasionally we’ll stray into the exotic. We are The Wine Vault, after all. Raise your glass and join us, on The Wine Vault. Cheers!
 
The Wine Enthusiast Podcast takes you on a tantalizing trip into the world of wine, beer and spirits. Drink up engaging, behind-the-scenes stories reported and recorded by Wine Enthusiast’s editors. In each episode, we explore emerging trends, provide educational tidbits, and introduce you to the passionate people who craft, shake, ferment, and pour their beverage of choice. Inside every bottle is a story.
 
The flagship news podcast of the San Francisco Chronicle. Producer/host Cecilia Lei and director of news Demian Bulwa discuss the biggest stories of the day with Chronicle journalists and newsmakers from around the Bay Area. | Get full digital access to the Chronicle: sfchronicle.com/pod
 
Hosted by international garden design sensation Jamie Durie and featuring Chef Michel Nischan's James Beard award-winning "Homegrown" cooking segments, The Victory Garden equips viewers with the confidence and inspiration to roll up their sleeves, get their hands dirty, and live outdoors. With so many Americans aspiring to care for the environment and create their own outdoor living spaces, The Victory Garden's unique fusion of garden design, earth-to-table cooking, and eco-conscious how-to ...
 
Sommeliers Jeremy Troupe-Masi & Savannah Vento-Chun and winemaker Collin Cranor [Nottingham Cellars, Grape Culture] are joined by chefs, farmers, winemakers, and more. TTG strives to be a leader in bringing you closer to the California Food & Beverage scene. Working alongside the many movers and makers of the industry. Jeremy and Savannah use their experience and passion for community to push the historic Livermore Valley into regional maturity. We invite our guests and listeners to join us ...
 
Property Management Brainstorm provides tips and advice to property managers, homeowners, and property investors about renting and managing their residential investment properties, tenants, and vendors. This podcast series is conducted in an interview discussion format by Bob Preston – president, owner and real estate broker of North County Property Group, a top ranked San Diego property management company. Bob interviews top professionals and experts in their respective fields related to th ...
 
The Active Lifestyle Marketer is a resource geared towards helping active lifestyle brand executives grow the reach, engagement, and effectiveness of their marketing in an ever changing digital landscape. Each episode features an interview with an active lifestyle brand or agency executive, so you can get a glimpse into the strategies, struggles, challenges, and successes of running active lifestyle brands. The Active Lifestyle Marketer is geared towards helping brands and agencies engage wi ...
 
A podcast, about.... well ... murder, True crime and other cases that have caught our attention over the years. Who are we? We're a husband and wife of 13+years. Come hang out with us, if you love true crime, sarcastic, dark humor mixed with bit of foul language and some dad jokes. if you don't... well, bless it. Written by Brandi and Douglas Produced and edited by Douglas
 
The Paper Machete is a free, weekly “live magazine” covering pop culture, current events and American manners. Part spoken-word show, part vaudeville revue, The Paper Machete features comedians, journalists, storytellers and musical guests performing in the back room of a Chicago bar. The show was created and hosted by writer Christopher Piatt (pronounced like hot apple PIE-it). In June 2011 The Chicago Reader named The Paper Machete “Best Comedy Variety Show of 2011.” The Paper Machete podc ...
 
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This is Talk Sup – a podcast that listens to superintendents. We connect superintendents to their communities by listening to their priorities, challenges, and what motivates them personally. Hosted by Monica Brady-Myerov, CEO and Founder of Listenwise, an award-winning listening skills company for middle and high schools. Get a free 30-day trial at Listenwise.com.
 
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Wine consultants have become essential to the production of Napa Valley's signature product: Cabernet Sauvignon. As more wineries rely on a handful of elite winemakers, the field has become more competitive. Senior wine critic Esther Mobley joins host Cecilia Lei, to explain how the economics of winemaking factor in and why some fear the wines coul…
 
For the final episode of season #1 of the Obsessed with Wine podcast, I welcome Quixote Winemaker Robert Smith to the show to talk about the history behind this unique winery and his amazing journey from working as a cellar intern and then going right into winemaking. Robert and I also discuss the amazing wines they are making at Quixote including …
 
A handful of chefs have been running small restaurants out of their homes for years. They're often low-income people of color operating underground, serving their specialties to neighbors and homesick immigrants. But pandemic lockdowns prompted a surge in interest — and a government move to inspect and license the businesses, with uneven results. C…
 
The San Francisco school board formally admonished new board member Ann Hsu for her comments, which blamed Black and brown families for racial gaps in academic achievement. The debate over whether she should resign has been heated and emotional. Chronicle columnist Justin Phillips joins host Cecilia Lei to discuss what's missing from the scandal's …
 
Dry Creek Vineyards Dry Creek Valley Cabernet Chateau Haura In this episode, Rob, Scott, and Becky seek to discover the differences between how Cabernet is presented in California and France. To do this they review the Dry Creek Vineyards Cabernet from California, and the Chateau Haura from Graves in Bordeaux, France. So come join us, on The Wine V…
 
People's Park in Berkeley is a symbol of the city's long legacy of activism and protest but UC Berkeley is constructing new development on the site to address its student housing shortage. Protesters clashed with police as construction began on Wednesday. Chronicle reporter Michael Cabanatuan joins host Cecilia Lei to discuss what went down and why…
 
Brooke Jenkins was appointed by a mayor intent on busting up the city's open-air drug markets. So it was no surprise when Jenkins announced her plans to increase punishment for dealers, while calling her predecessor, Chesa Boudin, too lenient. Chronicle reporter Megan Cassidy joins host Demian Bulwa to outline those plans and explain why many progr…
 
After years of mismanagement and scandal, federal regulators decertified San Francisco's huge nursing home. Now the hospital is dealing with botched patient transfers and the potential end of critical care to patients. Chronicle columnist Heather Knight calls the bureaucracy "draconian." She joins host Cecilia Lei to explain why and how patient fam…
 
Erica Gies is a Bay Area native, a National Geographic Explorer, an independent environmental journalist, and the author, most recently, of "Water Always Wins: Thriving in an Age of Drought and Deluge." Gies details how we have over-engineered and mechanized water delivery in California. She explains how both our agriculture and our built environme…
 
The onset of the pandemic offered a brief silver lining — lower rents. But it didn't last. The average price of a 2-bedroom apartment means you need to make $61 an hour to afford one. Reporter Lauren Hepler joins host Cecilia Lei to talk about what happened. | Unlimited Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit m…
 
A candid look at some of the restaurants we visited in June. Once again, the hubs and dining partner-in-crime, Lawrence, joins me as co-host for this developing Miami restaurant review series. Dale! Click play to listen! Phuc Yea L'Atelier de Jöel Robuchon Ariete The Surf Club Korner 67 Lion and the Rambler Visit me on my other platforms: THEWHETPA…
 
Terrible shirts like Permanently Tired, I'm strong like my Coffee, I'm not single I have a Dog. etc.... beyond brutal! Check out my Patreon for 3 extra Podcasts a week for as little as $5 at Patreon.com/jimflorentine. Check out Jim on tour: Aug. 2 The Starboard Dewey Beach, DE Aug. 4 Brokeridge Bellmore Long Island, NY Aug 5 Chaz and AJ comedy bene…
 
As monkeypox cases spread across California, the virus is inflicting an uneven toll on gay and bisexual men, according to new state data. But while San Francisco declared a state of emergency, members of the LGBTQ community are furious at limited vaccine access — and fearful of discrimination. Chronicle reporters Dustin Gardiner and Tony Bravo join…
 
Cantine Spinelli Abruzzo IGT Cabernet Sauvignon In this episode, Rob and Scott abandon their search in California for a great value priced Cabernet and instead look in Italy at the Spinelli Abruzzo Cabernet. Will Italy prove to be superior in every way to base Cali Cabs, or will they long for a bottle of Liberty School? We shall see... on The Wine …
 
The winemaker of the historic Enjingi winery in Slovonia, Croatia opens a beautiful bottle of 1994 Grasevina white wine. Completely zero sulfur, the wine was showing fresh and beautiful. FOLLOW AUSTIN BEEMAN'S WINE ADVENTURE Website: http://www.austinbeeman.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/austinbeeman/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/un…
 
Residents of the Wood Street encampment in West Oakland are fighting a pending eviction after a two-alarm fire broke out on CalTrans property at the site in mid-July. About 300 people live in the encampment, which spans roughly 25 city blocks and which advocates say has been neglected for years. Now, city and state officials, who have struggled to …
 
San Francisco, which has seen a decades-long exodus of Black residents, now has a Black mayor, police chief, district attorney and president of the Board of Supervisors. Yet Chronicle columnist Justin Phillips says that the city's Black residents are not well represented in meaningful ways. He explains in a conversation with host Demian Bulwa that …
 
Diane Power Zimmerman's great grandfather bought the property that would become the Nut Tree. Her grandparents founded and ran the roadside oasis that opened in Vacaville in 1921. Turning to a lighter note this week, we look at what was once the iconic stop on car journeys from San Francisco to Sacramento and Tahoe. The Nut Tree, in its heyday, ref…
 
The story of an Ohio 10-year-old rape victim who traveled to Indiana for an abortion made headlines across the globe. It spotlighted the potential risks of mandated reporting for out-of-state abortion patients and their health providers. Chronicle reporter Sophia Bollag joins host Cecilia Lei to discuss the potential legal ramifications CA abortion…
 
Next Door douchebag wants a dress code for the neighborhood, Chappelle show cancelled, guy gives constant updates on catching covid. Who cares? Join Jim's Patreon at patreon.com/jimflorentine for 3 extra podcasts a week for $5 a month. Check out Jim on tour: Aug. 2 Dewey Beach, DE Aug. 4 Bellmore Long Island, NY Aug. 5 Orange, CT All dates at Jimfl…
 
During a 2020 Black Lives Matter protest in downtown Oakland, a federal security guard was shot and killed. The murderer was later discovered to be Steven Carrillo, a member of the Boogaloo Bois, a far right, anti-government extremist group. Chronicle reporter Joshua Sharpe joins host Cecilia Lei to discuss how Carrillo was radicalized online, and …
 
A short video from the commanding heights of Dingač Vineyard, Croatia's Grand Cru. https://www.vinumusa.com FOLLOW AUSTIN BEEMAN'S WINE ADVENTURE Website: http://www.austinbeeman.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/austinbeeman/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/understandingwine Twitter: https://twitter.com/AustinBeeman TikTok: https://www.t…
 
One of the three San Francisco school board members appointed after this year's recall is already facing calls to resign. The member, Ann Hsu, made a racist statement in a candidate questionnaire ahead of November's election, saying that one of the biggest challenges for marginalized students, “especially in the Black and brown community,” was thei…
 
Oakland’s Understory restaurant won a James Beard award. But can it change the industry? Members of the radical collective Jenabi Pareja and Diana Wu speak with host Cecilia Lei about why worker’s rights are foundational to their restaurant and why they have mixed feelings about the award. | Unlimited Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn mor…
 
When L.A. Times reporter Gale Holland and videographer Claire Hanna Collins met Mckenzie Trahan in 2018, she was 22 years old, seven months pregnant, and living in a tent above the 101 Freeway. Their recently published reporting project on Trahan, who had been living on the streets of Hollywood since she was 13, reminds us that stories about the ho…
 
Yasmin Radjy, the new leader of Swing Left, explains how Democrats have a path forward to hold the House in November's midterm elections. Radjy speaks with host Joe Garofoli about her history in San Francisco, abortion rights, and flipping house seats. | Unlimited Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megapho…
 
Episode 31 is joined by Rutherford legend Jake Coursen. The April 2022 and April 1998 police log were reviewed while the group enjoyed a delicious bottle of Jacob Franklin Petite Sirah from the Chavez Leeds Vineyard, a Zinfandel from the historic Morisoli Vineyard and a Cabernet from Hoffman Lane. Highlights of the episode include wandering cows, m…
 
On Monday, advocates protested outside the U.S. Health and Human Services office in San Francisco to call out the slow federal response to the monkeypox outbreak and the low supply of monkeypox vaccines. Members of the LGBTQ community say the inattention is reminiscent of another public health crisis: the HIV/AIDs crisis of the 1980's. San Francisc…
 
As President Biden drops in the polls, some Democrats are shopping for a 2024 candidate. Newsom says he isn’t running, but the way he’s taking on high profile Republicans, including Florida governor Ron DeSantis, is making some wonder whether he’s defending Democratic ideals or prepping in case Biden fades. Chronicle reporter Sophia Bollag joins It…
 
The Prisoner Wine Company was founded in 2000 with a mission to create a bold, modern wine that breaks the rules. The Prisoner Red Blend, a mix of Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Petite Sirah, was the first wine produced by the Prisoner Wine Company. This California-style red blend quickly became popular for its fruit-forward taste and unc…
 
Five months after city voters tossed out three school board members in a landslide recall, things have changed. The board, once lambasted for infighting and focusing on issues like renaming schools, is vowing to pivot back to a core issue — student performance. And the challenges are great, including disparities among racial groups and soaring abse…
 
The Marys are thrilled to welcome a true wine dynamo and new friend to the pod! Meet Philana Bouvier. She's the President of Napa Valley-based Demeine Estates, whose impressive portfolio includes Heitz Cellar, Burgess, Stony Hill, as well as international wineries Champagne Legras & Haas, Domaine de Montille, Racine, La Chablisienne, Ca Rome, and m…
 
Racial disparities in traffic and pedestrian stops by law enforcement have been a historical problem, but now California has the data to see how bad it actually is. Chronicle reporters Dustin Gardiner and Susie Neilson join host Cecilia Lei to discuss the most recent data and how racial profiling in the Bay Area compares to other major cities in th…
 
Journalist Jim Hinch tries to look objectively at what is and isn't working with respect to our state's policies surrounding the nexus of housing and drugs. In a recent story in Zocalo, Hinch notes the fact that 50% of America's unhoused population lives in just three states — California, Oregon, and Washington. In this week's podcast, he compares …
 
In this week’s episode Assistant editor Jacy Topps talks with Iris Rideau who is recognized as the first black woman to establish a winery in the United States. But that’s not where this trailblazing vintner and author's story begins. Jacy Topps talks about Rideau’s childhood during Jim Crow, how she became an activist fighting for other marginaliz…
 
The latest Covid-19 pandemic twist is the new Omicron subvariant BA.5, which evades immunity from vaccinations, boosters and previous infections. Dr. Bob Wachter, UCSF's chair of medicine, joins host Cecilia Lei to talk about what makes this variant different, and offers guidance on future boosters and how to calculate risks. | Unlimited Chronicle …
 
Listen in as I kick off the all-new Miami Chef Spotlight series. Guest Chef James Friedberg discusses his starry journey to Miami and provides an inside look at his work and commitment to Miami's first 2 Michelin-starred restaurant, L'Atelier de Jöel Robuchon. Enjoy! Get more scoop on Miami dining by visiting my other platforms: THEWHETPALETTE.COM …
 
An Alameda County grand jury report has found that the local mental health system is making the area's homeless crisis worse. Among the findings is a lack of basic consensus on solutions, which cause mentally ill residents to cycle in and out of ERs and jails. Chronicle reporter Lauren Hepler joins host Cecilia Lei to discuss the holes in the count…
 
Audio clip of a podcast listener calling out a newscaster for his dumb slang word he used on live TV. Also, a bunch of dumb inspirational quotes that mean nothing and help no one. Sign up for Jim's Patreon for as little as $5 a month for 3 extra podcasts a week. See Jim live this week 7/14-16 in Rochester, NY and next week 7/21 in Fairfield, CT and…
 
Mayor London Breed appointed former Recall Chesa Boudin spokesperson Brooke Jenkins as San Francisco's new district attorney last week. The prosecutor has promised to bring accountability and balance to the office, but critics say the mayor’s pick is a return to tough-on-crime policies. Reporters Mallory Moench and Rachel Swan discuss with host Cec…
 
A Winemaker’s journey can be best described as challenging. Those in love with the concept of making wine usually start in the cellar or maybe at harvest. Those who know, surviving harvest is the toughest time of all since winemakers grow out of harvest. Ian McClellan knew harvest well, then became Cellar Master and now, [...]…
 
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