Best Vintner podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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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!
 
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Napa Valley Rocks
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Narrated by wine educator and author Karen MacNeil, and featuring more than two dozen vintners and industry experts, "Napa Valley Rocks" will further your understanding of Napa Valley and its place within the world of wine.
 
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Wine Booty
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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.
 
The Ultimate in Foodies Radio! Join hosts Nancy J. Reid and Lisa D. Smith (BigBlendMagazine.com Editors) for our monthly Foodies radio show featuring interviews with Chefs, Bar Tenders, Gourmet Artisans, Vintners, Sommeliers, Distillers, Restaurant Owners, Cookbook Authors, and more!
 
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Musical director, Gordon Lustig is live in-studio. A legend of radio and an inspirational personality to Judd, Pete Polyester calls in. A surprise appearance from Wine Snob Robot, too!
 
Fresh farm to studio conversation with the dynamic Napa Farmers Market manager, Cara Mae Wooledge.
 
Judd and Loren eat the donuts and discuss the merits of venturing outside of one's familiar environment to gain experiences and perspectives in the world.
 
Unexpected twists and turns as we get to know this prominent Napan's life story with plenty of laughs along the way.
 
With deep roots in Napa Valley, Liz shares her experiences of being an engaged community member in this fun and lively episode.
 
James Beard-award-winning, World Chocolate Master, Team USA member, ukulele player, swell guy... Chef Stephen Durfee joins us with sweet stories from the kitchen.
 
Our musical director returns to the studio to share stories of his career along with some new tunes.
 
Alicia Garcia returns to the show with a surprisingly easily flowing converstaion about death and dying. Through her experience as a hospice social worker, she shares stories and offers advice on coping with those faced with mortality. We even find some laughs in it all.
 
Etta Williams and Alicia Garcia, co-founders of Children's Museum of Napa Valley, come in to tell us all about the plan for this forthcoming wonderful place. A lively chat to be sure!
 
Napa Superior Court Judge (Ret.) Ray Guadagni returns to the show to talk about is new book, Tuna The Wonderdog. Napa history, personal stories, and fond remembrances of his beloved pooch.
 
Sir James Forbes is back to talk about Whisky. Joining the conversation is Executive Director of Napa Valley Museum Yountville, Laura Rafaty, a Scotch aficionado who is bringing exciting and engaging programing to the museum.
 
A difficult, but necessary discussion about how we, as a community and as individuals, can cope with tragedy and combat hate.
 
Movie writer and teacher, Bob Cumbow, digs in about vampire films, a subject he has taught at Seattle University. We get into the history and evolution of the vampire as cinema icon along with some great viewing recommendations.
 
Judd catches up with old pal, Norman Cabrera, a master of movie monster makeup and masks. Horror buff, Kelly Doren, joins the conversation with an expert's perspective. We'll also hear a track from Norman's band of surfin' undertakers, The Ghastly Ones.
 
Local artist/horror aficionado, Kelly Doren and Eyal Alony, programming manager for screambox.com join Judd to usher in October with a conversation about favorite scary movies. Listener discretion advised!
 
Local artist/horror aficionado, Kelly Doren and Eyal Alony, programming manager for screambox.com join Judd to usher in October with a conversation about favorite scary movies. Listener discretion advised!
 
Ezekiel Hampton is a man of many talents. We get to know him through the world of wine, philanthropy, and his various and eclectic musical offerings.
 
Napa's local legends of surf, Guitarzilla come in to talk music, guitars, and good times. We'll spin a couple tracks, too.
 
Defending BBQ champion, Vince Sanchez of Woodhouse Barbecue, meets his challenger, Tedd Romero of Sticky Business Barbecue face-to-face in our studio. Will sparks fly? Where there's smoke, there's fire! Serious and smoky talk all in support of music education in our public schools.
 
July is tiki-talk month and we welcome Eve Bergeron, granddaughter of the man who helped invent the pop-culture genre, to the Wiki Wiki Grog Shop. We'll hear her story of growing up in the Trader Vic family, including the invention of the Mai Tai!
 
Doug has been a newsman and writer in Napa Valley for a generation. He has just written the incredible story of his parents' meeting during WWII. Set in concentration camps and the backdrop of Nazi Germany, this amazing tale is a bit of light in an otherwise dark chapter of human history.
 
Stories of local racing legend, and City Councilman,Jim Krider. Barry Martin stops in to talk about his new play, "The Tasting Room," the world-premier of which Jim and Judd just attended.
 
An inspiring conversation with some remarkable kids who are making positive impacts in our community. Bottom line is to Be Kind!
 
Let's meet the man who keeps us in the loop with what's happening in Napa Valley.
 
Reflecting on their one year anniversary of being in Napa, the Marcencias talk about the remarkable events that have shaped their Napa Valley experience along with a peek into the future of our local station.
 
Katie Hamilton Shaffer has dreams and makes them happen in real life. Enjoy this lively conversation with the force behind Feast It Forward.
 
An engaging and fun chat getting to know culinary star Chef Sarah Scott, who was part of the scene that brought food culture to the Napa Valley scene.
 
It's always lively when Judd, Loren, and Arty get together. Let's catch up with this local broadcaster and get the scoop on his new series.
 
Napa Valley's most interesting man, Dr. Alan Steen, is back to share some eloquent wit and wisdom on the occasion of his 90th birthday. He's brought along his Chicago cousins, Stuart and Marlena, to help add to his story.
 
Winemaking for fun and profit? It's all about the fun for these folks as they gear up for the annual Home Winemakers Classic.
 
He's all over the wine country music scene, so let's get to know the fine fellow making the mellifluous melodies.
 
Arthur is back to talk about the Napa Valley Distillery visitor experience, his new still, booze trends, and the importance of hospitality. Donuts, too!
 
Getting to know Napa County's most involved citizen. Elba is on so many boards, commissions and committees that we couldn't even keep track of them all. We do know that she is committed to building and strengthening our local Napa Valley community. She also likes hiking volcanoes!
 
World-renowned photographer Steven Rothfeld is our intriguing and engaging guest. With many books of photography out, he has released his first narrative that combines photos, stories and recipes to connect the reader to the place. The book, "Israel Eats," and Steven were featured on the Netfilx series, "Somebody Feed Phil." We're also treated ...…
 
Talking and tasting Scotch whisky with renowned expert, Sir James Forbes. We also get into the Lonach Highland Games which his ancestor began in 1823 AND we see how his whisky app, Dramophone, can help you get into the right wee dram.
 
Holly is a multi-faceted, talented and involved member of our Napa Valley community. This was an enjoyable chat about her Napa Valley Kid resource, her being the executive director of Leadership Napa Valley and even a bit about her father, counter culture icon and author, Paul Krassner.
 
El Frijolero, Steve Sando, of Rancho Gordo beans returns. An enjoyable chat about beans, enjoying life, creativity, running a business from the heart and more.
 
An enlightening conversation uncovering the man underneath the uniform (so to speak). We enjoyed getting to know this Napa native and hearing about his dedication to public service.
 
Judd avoids tackling any crucial issues and focuses getting to know the person behind the imposing title of District Attorney.
 
A fun chat with Supervisor Ramos about growing up in Napa Valley, why public service is important to her and more.
 
Meeting the talented Patti Coil, drama director of the Saint Helena school system. Also, remembering jazz great and friend of the show, Wesla Whitfield.
 
Dear friend of the show, Eduardo Dingler, returns to talk sake!
 
An enlightening chat with the man leading Napa's new downtown metamorphosis
 
Judd and Loren get an introduction to the world of craft coffee roasting with an expert in the field. Judd seems to get more talkative as the show goes on!
 
Chef, entrepreneur, Napa native, and co-founder of Trade Brewing, Derek McClintik shares his journey with an enthusiastic appearance on Judd's show.
 
Internationally renowned photographer, Kenny Kim, shares his tales of world travel and thoughts on creativity, entrepreneurship and being a happy professional.
 
Conchita's ancestor, William Wolfskill, was a prominent figure in early California history. She tells his story and how she retraced his journey.
 
Judd brings in as many of his family members as he can round up. Thanksgiving is the subject. It gets a bit kooky.
 
Quite the story-laden guest, Ray talks about growing up in Napa during the 1950s and 1960s, his time as a Superior Court judge and his book, The Adventures of The Squeezebox Kid.
 
Let's meet this fine fellow who leads Napa Valley Community Foundation, an organization committed to supporting non-profits and philanthropy in our community.
 
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