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A podcast delivering wine perspectives ex-chateau. Insights, analysis, and perspectives on news and trends in the wine industry beyond winemaking, such as marketing, finance, and consumer trends. From noted wine blogger Robert Vernick (@wineterroir) and leading wine business consultant and author of Luxury Wine Marketing Peter Yeung (@winebizguy), this podcast navigates the business of wine with unique perspectives and insights. Get access to library episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/p ...
 
Um raio cheese da Serra Gaúcha. Radionovela Colonews, a oficina da imaginação, um programa que não pronuncia os dois erres. Produção - Estúdio SONA Elenco (em ordem alfabética): Angelo Boscari Jr. “Mestre” - Voz Rodrigo Marcon - Voz e direção Gustavo Andrighetti - Voz André Costa - Roteiro e voz The brazilian nice guys who live in the colony.
 
A wine podcast bringing the joys of wine to wherever you are in the world. This is the place for fun, casual wine conversations, with tips, wine facts and wine tasting to inspire your next bottle of wine or vineyard visit. Listen to Winemakers, Sommeliers and Master of Wines who share their extensive knowledge, talking about wine regions and their terroir, their favourite wine pairings and winemaking techniques. This podcast is ideal for anyone starting their wine journey and studying WSET l ...
 
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To download the transcript CLICK HERE Welcome back to part 2 with TWO TIMES winner of the IWSC Communicator of the year award Joe Wadsack. We are jumping over to mainland Portugal, talking about two wine regions Vinho Verde and Bairrada and the delicious sweet and fortified wine Moscatel de Setúbal. This is an episode as equally entertaining as it …
 
“Wine is an emotional sale, not a rational one.” according to Katherine Cole, Communications Director of Vin Agency, making storytelling and the immersive nature of web design critical for DTC wine sales, according to Katherine and Jon Krauss, Creative Director of Vin Agency. They explain how website design can improve brand messaging and create mo…
 
To download the transcript CLICK HERE This is part 1 with Dr Laura Catena, managing director of Catena Zapata. She's a fourth-generation Argentine Vintner, has graduated from Harvard, and has a medical doctorate degree from Stanford University. She uses science to work with nature and promotes Malbec across the world. She has been an emergency phys…
 
From weddings to concerts to a golf course, Wente Vineyards has a whole portfolio of experiences to share the Wente brand with consumers. Aly Wente, VP of Marketing & Customer Experiences, shares how Wente thinks about managing the portfolio of experiences and how they embed wine and the Wente brand into everything they do. From becoming more of a …
 
To download the transcript CLICK HERE This is Part 2 with Dr. Jamie Goode where we are discussing more parts from his third edition 'Wine Science' Book. You can read his articles on thousands of wineries over at his blog wineanorak.com In this episode, we are discussing the advantages and disadvantages of using native (wild) yeasts versus cultured …
 
After spending two decades promoting the wines of Washington State, Allen Shoup founded Longshadows, a collective of partnerships leveraging internationally renowned winemaking talent to express the best of the Columbia Valley. Director of Winemaking, Gilles Nicault, describes how the partnerships work from both a business and winemaking perspectiv…
 
To download the transcript CLICK HERE This is the first part with Dr Jamie Goode, who has a PhD in plant biology, was originally a science editor and then got the wine bug. Since then he has travelled to thousands of wineries, founded the incredibly successful wine blog https://wineanorak.com/ which features wineries, wine regions and wine topics o…
 
Family-owned businesses are notoriously hard to keep family-owned over multiple generations. Wente Vineyards in Livermore Valley, California, has managed to keep it going for 5 generations. Partially through having fewer children, but also through structures put in place to keep the family connected and business family-owned, Aly Wente, VP of Marke…
 
As designer and Executive Director of sustainability non-profit Napa Green, Anna Brittain is passionate about taking action on the 7 pillars of sustainability. Spreading the word about how pursuing sustainability can save money is critical. Anna describes how she defines the 7 pillars of sustainability, what makes Napa Green unique, gives concrete …
 
WELCOME BACK TO SERIES 3!!!!!!!! To download the transcript CLICK HERE I decided to start with a bang and am chatting with TWO TIMES winner of the IWSC Communicator of the year award Joe Wadsack. Get strapped in as you are about to be taken for a ride. If you don't know Joe, you certainly will after this. He will be taking you through a few of his …
 
On Kubhula RAW, the hosts go back to the basics and dissect various random topics in an unfiltered, unapologetic and unruly way. Judging everyone and everything, and with political correctness and sugar-coating out of the picture, the rawness bubbles to the surface. Disclaimer: If you are a caring, kind, sensitive person - this is not for you! Sign…
 
Revolutionized by eliminating taxes on wine in 2008, Hong Kong has become a significant wine investment and trading hub for China and Asia in general. Polly Aylwin-Foster and Ian Ford of Nimbility Asia go deep into all aspects of the Hong Kong ("HK") wine market. From the HK wine consumer, the retail landscape, cross border transactions with China,…
 
Drinking wine since Roman times, the UK market for wine is both mature and competitive. Changes happen slowly, and old traditions remain as the market evolves. Katy Keating, Managing Director of Lay & Wheeler, one of the UK’s oldest wine merchants, gives a deep dive into the UK wine market. She explains the history of wine drinking, its impact on w…
 
Navigating a very fragmented and dynamic Chinese wine market is challenging. Ian Ford, Founding Partner, and Nichole Mao, Partner of Nimbility Asia, help guide wineries to the right pathways for import partners and building demand in China. They also discuss how important domestic Chinese wine production is, the market for US wine in China, and the…
 
As one of the biggest alcohol markets in the world, China is slowly waking up to wine. Ian Ford, Founding Partner, and Nichole Mao, Partner of Nimbility Asia, walk through how the Chinese wine market has changed, what has led to success, and the current wine trends in the country. With significant growth potential, the Chinese market is a critical …
 
Vinho Verde has been on our shelves as long as I have been in the wine trade - a long time! That said, I always thought of it as a wine and not a region. A few brushes in the past with poor quality Vinho Verde styles then led me away from both wine AND region. Poor choice. My loss! On a recent visit to Ireland the good folk from Aveleda transported…
 
Celebrating its 100th year in 2022, Vinmonopolet, the retail wine monopoly of Norway, is tasked with reducing overconsumption of alcohol while enabling a growing food and beverage culture in Norway. With over 32,000 selections, covering 95% of the population, and educating customers with podcasts and other programs, Trond Erling Pettersen, category…
 
While traditionally a beer and spirits market, wine has now risen to equal footing in Norway. As a category manager for Vinmonopolet, the retail wine monopoly of Norway, Trond Erling Pettersen describes the wine culture in Norway, the four categories of wine consumers, and the major trends for wine consumption. Detailed Show Notes: Wine in Norway W…
 
To download the transcript CLICK HERE PLEASE vote for me at The Peoples Choice Podcast Awards. Voting is open ONLY FOR JULY 2022. I am in the ‘ARTS’ Category. CLICK HERE TO VOTE and thank you so much!! This is the last episode of Season 2. Season 3 will start in September. I am finishing on a high with Fergus Elias, the head winemaker of Balfour wi…
 
Operating your own winery is expensive. The custom crush business model enables small wineries to solve this. Robert Morris, the founder of Grand Cru Custom Crush in Sonoma County, explains the benefits of the custom crush model, how it works, and how Grand Cru has changed the custom crush game. Support the show via Patreon! Detailed Show Notes: Ro…
 
To download the transcript CLICK HERE PLEASE vote for me at The Peoples Choice Podcast Awards. Voting is open ONLY FOR JULY 2022. I am in the ‘ARTS’ Category. CLICK HERE TO VOTE and thank you so much!! This is part 2 of my viticulture series. If you haven’t heard part 1, go back to episode 98. However, if you are ready for part two, we are going be…
 
Building a global brand takes a lot of effort and investment. Even with the network of >400 negociants on La Place de Bordeaux, wineries have to make significant investments in brand building and press. Rebekah Wineburg, Winemaker, and Diego Garay, Director of Exports for Quintessa in Napa Valley, discuss their journey towards selling in 50 countri…
 
To download the transcript CLICK HERE PLEASE vote for me at The Peoples Choice Podcast Awards. Voting is open ONLY FOR JULY 2022. I am in the ‘ARTS’ Category. CLICK HERE TO VOTE and thank you so much!! This is Part 2 with Laura Felluga, granddaughter of Livio Felluga, the rebuilder of the Friulian viticulture. This episode is all about the grapes v…
 
Co-operative wineries, popular throughout Europe, are generally associated with higher volume, lower quality wines. Not at Domäne Wachau, where Winery Director Roman Horvath MW has been leading the quality vision for its family growers to great success. Roman discusses how co-ops work, how they pay their growers to get to zero income, and how manag…
 
To download the transcript CLICK HERE PLEASE vote for me at The Peoples Choice Podcast Awards. Voting is open ONLY FOR JULY 2022. I am in the ‘ARTS’ Category. CLICK HERE TO VOTE and thank you so much!! This week I am joined with Laura Felluga who is the granddaughter of a great man: the man who reestablished and rebuilt the wine culture in Friuli. …
 
A lot can be learned through collaborating. Even how to stay calm during a pandemic when your Italian partner is in the thick of it. Calm with the perspective of 26 generations of winemaking and having survived two World Wars. Juan Munoz-Oca, Head Winemaker for Ste Michelle Wine Estates, Washington State's leading wine company, describes what he's …
 
To download the transcript CLICK HERE This episode is Part 2 with Paul Kalemkiarian who is the owner of the original wine of the month club. We dive into the modern day history of drinking habits in the US and it’s reputation around the world. We look at how The 1976 Judgement of Paris put California on the map, and Paul goes into detail laying out…
 
Seeing the opportunity of bringing solutions in the financial markets to fine wine, James Miles, CEO and Co-Founder of Liv-ex, launched the London International Vintners Exchange (“Liv-ex”). Through standard contracts, guaranteed trades, and a plethora of data, Liv-ex is making the fine wine market more transparent, efficient, and safe. Though the …
 
To download the transcript CLICK HERE This episode is Part 1 with Paul Kalemkiarian who is the owner of the original wine of the month club, based out of LA, California. During his 32 years in the trade he has tasted up of 100,000 bottles and learned many things along the way. In this episode he is talking about many of the changes of the years in …
 
To download the transcript CLICK HERE This is Part 2 with Master of Wine Stage 1 Student, Melissa Worrall. Earlier this year she went to Rust, Austria for a 1 week residential. She is going to tell us all about this, what is expected from her and the emotional journey of being on it. Then we are going to talk about how to identify the 3 main variet…
 
After two years and over 100 episodes of XChateau, Robert and Peter reflect on how the wine industry has changed, the major themes that have popped up in the show, and some of the lessons they have learned in the process. From the changes to social media, the spectrum of fine wine to everyday wines, and the importance of social issues, XChateau has…
 
To download the transcript CLICK HERE I am joined today by a good wine friend of mine, Melissa Worrall. We did our WSET diploma together and now she embarks on the next stage: Master of Wine. There are different stages and she is on Stage 1, so she will explain what is required of her, the types of things she is studying right now in details, and h…
 
Jonathan Mitchell is among the most likeable, knowledgable and enduring personalities in the drinks trade in Ireland. His family business, Mitchell and Son, is not just the longest running of its kind but is unique in its offering. In this podcast Jonathan guides us through the remarkable history of his family from an early 1800's bakery in Fairvie…
 
As the winemaker’s last choice before wines go in the bottle, cork has played an important role in wine ever since bottles could be made with consistent necks. The consistency of corks is another challenge that Diam is tackling. Francois Margot, Director of Sales, North America describes how Diam is creating corks with choices and consistency for a…
 
To download the transcript CLICK HERE This episode is all about vine growing and vineyard choices. Firstly we will look at the annual growth cycle of a vine so you can fully understand what happens each year, and at every stage. I will be breaking down the different categories of climates out there and then looking deeper into the meso-climates of …
 
Interview with Carlos de Jesus, Director of Marketing and Communications for Amorim Corks in Portugal, the largest cork company in the world, which celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2020. We discussed the various uses of cork, the differences between corks and other closures, and how the business of cork has evolved over the decades. This episode…
 
To download the transcript CLICK HERE Welcome back to part 4 of our four-part series on the Finger Lakes wine region. Again I am joined by Richard Rainey, Managing Partner of Forge Cellars. He continues his reign of energy and gives us more information on Seneca Lake (the deepest, largest lake of the Finger Lakes). We will talk about why his wines …
 
As a 7th generation family-owned and run company, being sustainable means building towards the future for the next generations. That’s the philosophy that has led Champagne Louis Roederer to move towards organic farming with biodynamic and permaculture principles since 2000. With 100% of its historic estate (50% of total vineyard holdings) certifie…
 
To download the transcript CLICK HERE Welcome back to part 3 of our four-part series on the Finger Lakes wine region. I am joined by Richard Rainey, Managing Partner of Forge Cellars. His energy is going to make you feel on top of the world. Of course we will talk a little bit about Seneca lake, where they are based, but we will be discussing their…
 
Sparkling wine is trending at the moment and no brand best embodies the trend more than cult California sparkling wine producer Ultramarine. Michael Cruse, the founder of Ultramarine and Cruse Wine Co, explains how he developed a passion for sparkling wine that led to his accidental success. He covers how Ultramarine took off, techniques and produc…
 
To download the transcript CLICK HERE Welcome back to part two of our four part series on the Finger Lakes wine region. I am joined again by Fourth Generation Meaghan Frank from Dr Konstantin Frank. This episode we are talking and tasting their Gewürztraminer and Cabernet Franc whilst talking about over varieties they produce such as Rkatsiteli. Yo…
 
As the climate and resulting fruit quality change, winemakers must adapt to achieve the highest quality. That led the historic (246 years as of 2022) Champagne house of Louis Roederer to create Brut Premier in 1986 to overcome the challenges of underripe vintages, particularly in the 1970s. In 2022, another evolution has occurred, where the fruit i…
 
To download the transcript CLICK HERE Welcome to this four part series of the Finger Lakes, part of the New York State region. This is such an exciting region right now, producing cool climate varieties but also varieties such as Rkatsiteli (from Georgia). I am joined by Fourth Generation Meaghan Frank from Dr Konstantin Frank, and you will learn t…
 
Orin Swift is an ultra premium wine brand with a fascinating back story. It's a story that begins and continues with Dave Phinney, one of the finest wine innovators around. His vision is extraordinary and his wines are equal to his vision. They are the epitome of what 'unique' and 'original' are - all wrapped into bottles whose labels would not be …
 
Sharing a name causes confusion. Trademark and appellation laws are there to protect them. However, it can be harder to resolve when this confusion is within the same country. That’s the challenge Montepulciano (both the town and and the wine Vino Nobile di Montepulciano) faces against its bigger neighbor Montepulciano d’Abruzzo. Max de Zarobe of A…
 
Ribera del Duero is on a high plateau in the north centre of Spain. It is, in fact, the D.O. with the highest altitude in Spain with vineyards grown at a thousand metres above sea level and above. In this podcast Nacho Andrés, Export Director from Bodegas Emilio Moro, guides us along the Emilio Moro journey. It's a fabulous story that results in wi…
 
To download the transcript CLICK HERE This is Part 2 with Alistair Morrell and we are continuing our chat on why Cider is Wine, and why this is a drinks category that you need to try. If you want to skip ahead: 1.58: Are there better apples to use than others? 5.00: Talking about using grapes in cider production and tasting Berryland 2020 Cabernet …
 
The low and no alcohol wine space is growing rapidly. Enough so that a company specializing in spinning cone technology to reduce alcohol, ConeTech, changed its name to BevZero. Debbie Novograd, CEO, and Kayla Winter, Director of Product Services & Winemaking, discuss the technology, the challenges of producing good no alcohol wine, and the market …
 
To download the transcript CLICK HERE This is a slightly different type of episode where I am talking with Alistair Morrell from Cider is Wine, where he is going to convince us of just that. So much of the bad reputation is the fact that many ciders you have tried are made from fruit concentrate. Well Alistair, who has spent his whole career making…
 
With the rapidly changing social media landscape, TikTok has started (as of late 2021, early 2022) to arrive as a place for wine lovers. Wine influencer Amanda McCrossin (somm_vivant) has gained momentum in this “wild west” and now has over 100k followers. She shares her journey, best practices, and what makes TikTok special. Detailed Show Notes: F…
 
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