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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.
 
The Grape Nation is your weekly wine journey…where, we will enlighten, inspire, and motivate the listener to enjoy and drink more wine. WE BRING WINE TO THE PEOPLE! The show will take a straightforward; “un-snobby” approach to wine through usable information and guest experts in their field. Each week we will delve into a relevant wine topic, speak with a wine notable, and ask our guest to answer our weekly “Wine List”. We will taste, and discuss a different wine on-air each week and invite ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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!
 
Northwest Wine Radio is a weekly, hour-long show featuring interviews with those part of the local wine industry. Winemakers, industry reps, chefs with great food pairings and recipe ideas — all these people telling the stories behind the bottle. We’ll also introduce you to the brewers, distillers, and cider makers of the region in this light-hearted show that makes wine and other craft beverages more approachable and fun!
 
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 ...
 
Join wannabe-wine-snobs Sandi and Dave for fun, light-hearted yet informative discussions about wine tasting, wine travel, wine education, winemakers and wine events! Broadcasting from the second largest wine producer in the United States, Washington State (and beyond)! Then go deep into the world of wine with in-depth storytelling and interview segments with wine industry professionals. Let's Decant this!
 
PULL CORK. PRESS PLAY. ENJOY! The Winemakers Podcast hosted by Louise Houghton from Cellar Media reinvents how you discover and enjoy wine from the best winemakers around the world... In this trailer for Season 1 of The Winemakers Podcast you will get an early taste of the stories of our six winemakers as we dig into the unique soils and edgy character of Paso Robles, California. Experience the winemakers of Paso Robles in our first season, featuring six premium podcast episodes that have be ...
 
In-Depth conversations with authors, musicians, artists, artisans and dreamers. The Wine Muse is every 3rd Thursday of the month with cohost William Pollard. Linda Rez got her start in print journalism as editor of a weekly newspaper. During her time there she started a column called "The Devil's Advocate" where she invited two different people every week with polar opposite view points to weigh in on the same topic, side by side. She believes the truth can only triumph if every viewpoint is ...
 
Sisters, Sandy & Michelle, are on a mission to try two new wines per week. While tasting and reviewing, they share helpful hints as well as tips and tricks to wine tasting and selection. Periodic guests spanning the spectrum of the wine world, from the hobbyist to the wine insider will bring an additional perspective by sharing their wine stories as well as their interpretation of the wine tasted. Each episode uses the Wines To Find simple method for curating wines. Taste along with us and s ...
 
I, your host Mattia Scarpazza, 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.
 
Next Economy Now highlights the leaders that are taking a regenerative, bio-regional, democratic, transparent, and whole-systems approach to using business as a force for good. Popular guests include Resmaa Menakem (NYT bestselling author of "My Grandmother's Hands"), Robin DiAngelo (NYT bestselling author of "White Fragility"), Vincent Stanley (Patagonia), Winona LaDuke (White Earth Reservation), Autumn Brown (AORTA), Varshini Prakash (Sunrise Movement), and Aaron Tanaka (Center for Economi ...
 
The Fine Wine Confidential Podcast tells the story of how the modern-day Virginia wine industry has progressed during the past forty-five years and is now achieving Thomas Jefferson's aspiration to produce world-class wine. Fred Reno interviews many of the Old Dominion's prominent winery owners, winemakers and viticulturists. In their own words, you the listener, will learn why Virginia is the most exciting wine-growing State in the country today.
 
In The Drink is a weekly podcast focused on better understanding the world of delicious alcoholic beverages through interviews with some of the most engaging people in the industry. It is hosted by Food & Wine Sommelier of the year and NY restaurant owner Joe Campanale. Who also happens to make a little wine in Italy himself, called Annona. Joe will be talking with winemakers, sommeliers, brewers, beverage directors, bartenders, distillers and journalists to hear first hand what goes in to m ...
 
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CoCo Noir Wine Shop & Bar is a woman and BIPOC-owned urban wine shop and online store located in downtown Oakland, CA in the heart of the Black Arts Movement Business District. The company brings culture, life, and global experience to amazing wines, foods, and art. CoCo Noir is committed to always providing and sourcing the best wines produced by …
 
Guest: Laura Carpenter Wines: 2028 Semillon, 2020 White Zinfandel and 2018 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir We are joined by Laura Carpenter of Carpenter Wines to taste three of their offerings. Laura shares her journey from her beginnings in hospitality, to earning her Level Two Certification from the Court of Master Sommeliers to creating her own wines an…
 
After studying food sciences and a brief stint in brewing beer, Samra Morris made the switch to wine and never looked back. Samra is from Bosnia and after getting married, she came to the US and found her true calling in wine. Good thing, seeing how she is making tasty wine for Alma Rosa in [...]By Ray Fister
 
Jay McInerney burst onto the literary scene in 1984 with Bright Lights, Big City, his novel based on an era both in his life and the life of New York City. A dozen years later McInerney surprised a lot of people by turning to writing about wine. He won over many early doubters, displaying a novelist’s eye and a wine lover’s enthusiasm for profiling…
 
This episode features WSU Food Scientist Charlie Edwards. Charlie is a teacher, researcher, and expert in wine microbes. I was finally able to have the high-level conversation about Brettanomyces that I’ve been longing for on the podcast. We also talked about wine bacteria, techniques to find points of contamination in a winery, the books he has au…
 
Rob and Len are joined by behind-the-scenes mastermind Mike to pursue some millennial agriculture fantasies, step on some grapes, and grit their teeth through a bit of sus localization. Will they taste victory, or find themselves sprawled in an alley with a bottle of $8 chardonnay wondering why they thought they could drop out of school and join a …
 
Camille Riviere was raised in Paris and the Loire Valley. She fell in love with wine at an early age, so like any good mom, she enrolled Camille in wine classes. She interned, worked, and studied her way through France. Camille made her way to the United States working at Morrell and Frederick Wildman learning the business side. Her realization and…
 
In today’s episode of Next Economy Now, your host, Ryan Honeyman, gets together with Erin Heaney, executive director of Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ). https://surj.org/ Erin shares about her family history of involvement in activism, from the struggles in Northern Ireland to Union groups in America, and how her queer identity has connected h…
 
Milla Handley was a very unique woman. Opening a winery under her own name in the Anderson Valley way back in 1982, demonstrated her pioneering spirit. Today Milla’s daughter Lulu operates Handley Cellars with a strong commitment to making the very best wine, with the least amount of interference. For my two cents, all wine [...]…
 
While visiting Wyoming for work and rest, Ilona Thompson had the opportunity to sit down with executive chef, Nate Singer. Nate has worked with some of the best from coast to coast and studied under many great chefs. He is a trained chef and butcher and has much to say about healthy eating and farming. You'll want to listen to all four of these epi…
 
While visiting Wyoming for work and rest, Ilona Thompson had the opportunity to sit down with executive chef, Nate Singer. Nate has worked with some of the best from coast to coast and studied under many great chefs. He is a trained chef and butcher and has much to say about healthy eating and farming. You'll want to listen to all four of these epi…
 
While visiting Wyoming for work and rest, Ilona Thompson had the opportunity to sit down with executive chef, Nate Singer. Nate has worked with some of the best from coast to coast and studied under many great chefs. He is a trained chef and butcher and has much to say about healthy eating and farming. You'll want to listen to all four of these epi…
 
While visiting Wyoming for work and rest, Ilona Thompson had the opportunity to sit down with executive chef, Nate Singer. Nate has worked with some of the best from coast to coast and studied under many great chefs. He is a trained chef and butcher and has much to say about healthy eating and farming. You'll want to listen to all four of these epi…
 
In one of our biggest panels ever, Rowan, Fraser, Len, Jon, and Mike are joined by Sin Vega to discuss the many city builders currently stewing in Early Access, or which had a long tenure there. What is the role of Early Access for this genre, and why does it seem to be such a popular starting point? Also, what would we like to see in the next gene…
 
In one of our biggest panels ever, Rowan, Fraser, Len, Jon, and Mike are joined by Sin Vega to discuss the many city builders currently stewing in Early Access, or which had a long tenure there. What is the role of Early Access for this genre, and why does it seem to be such a popular starting point? Also, what would we like to see in the next gene…
 
Guests: Kerith Overstreet of Bruliam Wines, Laura Barret of Clif Family Wines, & Wesley Steffens of Correlation Wines Wines Tasted: 2018 Starmont Rosé and 2018 And Why am I Mr. Pink Taped on #NationalRoséDay, this Rosé focused episode shares clips from interviews with three different winemakers on the different processes of making rosé, food pairin…
 
Vineyard development begins with the soil. Steve Vierra, Director of Vineyard Operation at Derby Wine Estates and Certified Professional Soil Scientist, has developed many vineyards since the 1990s and always begins with a site evaluation to determine what is actually plantable. This includes a deep dive into all aspects of the prospective vineyard…
 
After growing up around a restaurant family and finishing college in Maryland, Jaimee headed west to pursue the arts. Jobs at Locanda and RN74 in SF changed her course, where she found her love for wine. Jaimee traveled to intern in Europe, went on to assist Pax Mahle, started her eponymous wine label, and was made winemaker of storied Stony Hill V…
 
This week’s guest is Adégnimika (Adé) Carrena, owner of Dounou Cuisine. Born in Porto-Novo, Benin, Adé started her culinary journey here in the United States when she was adopted at the age of 10. Though then she cooked just with her family. She says her passion did not grow until a few years ago when her perception of food changed. “I saw that foo…
 
Host, content creator, and producer Joslyn Davis joins the podcast to tell us the story of building Clevver - Youtube's first and biggest entertainment new channel to rebuild after some unexpected shifts. To launching her own YouTube channel and creating her own company with Lily Marston - our shared channel, and overshare podcast. TOPICS INCLUDE: …
 
As most of you know many ventures have their beginning while a winemaker is employed by an understanding vintner. From there a brand new effort is born! Will Wetmore has taken that opportunity to build his own brand called the Veer Wine Project. This is our second venture into Idaho wine country and it’s been [...]…
 
Join me on a road trip to southern Oregon's Rogue Valley wine region. Ashland was a wonderful town to be based in during our week there. I met up with Dan Marca of Dancin Vineyards, who offer excellent Pinot Noir, Italian varietals and food, west of Medford. And I sat with Eric Weisinger who bottles a good number of Rhone varietals. He's been at hi…
 
A transformation has been taking place in the vineyards and wineries of Portugal during the last twenty years, bringing hundreds of new wines onto the international market. Indigenous grape varieties that were once obscure are now becoming mainstream. Thought of as a country that produced mainly red wine, Portugal is now proving that it has produce…
 
Back after another break, but with every so many tales to tell!!! In addition to an update, Elle has a meeting poll for you: what are your wine/cheers-ing superstitions? She will also share a glass of Ehlers Estate Cabernet Sauvignon, explore tortilla chips in another On the Food Side, and finally has a Final Five questions with sommelier Alissa Bi…
 
You can’t talk about wines from the Priorat region of Spain without recognizing the impact the Perez Family has made in the last four decades. Sara Perez is the wine maker and owner along with her family of Mas Martinet, one of the five founding wineries in the Priorat. Sara farms organically, is a magician with the Garnacha and Carignane grape and…
 
Don Chigazola is back on California Wine Country with Steve Jaxon and Dan Berger. He is an Italian wine merchant. His company, Chigazola Merchants, imports small lots of fine Italian wine from small family producers located all over Italy, which he sells mainly through the Chigazola Merchants website, to his subscribers. Some wines are also in a fe…
 
The United States has a culture that is individualistic, competitive, and materialistic. To move forward to a less oppressive environment we need to radically shift our values and learn to work together. Here to discuss these important topics today is Yana Ludwig, cooperative culture pioneer, intentional community advocate, and oppression activist.…
 
[2021 - Season 8 Episode 324] History, heritage, and a lot of ladies await you when you visit a unique wine operation that's been around in some form or another since the 1850s. This week's guests share the stories of Lady Hill Winery of St. Paul, Baer Winery of Woodinville, and Terramarr Brewstillery in Edison. Join host Brian Calvert for all this…
 
Dominik Sona is the General Manager of the Koehler-Ruprecht winery, which is located in the Pfalz region of Germany. Dominik speaks about his family history in the Pfalz and his winemaking work early in his career for a winery, Villa Wolf, in that area of Germany. He also discusses the situation for the Koehler-Ruprecht winery in 2010, when he bega…
 
Ric and Derek talk about their first ever trailer finishes which somehow both involved selling DVDs. Also, they discuss the trailer for Dear Evan Hansen, and how it walks the line between serious drama and musical.Trailers Discussed: Dear Evan Hansen, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, West Side Story (2021), Constantine 90 Sec Home Vi…
 
Guest: Sam Parra & Palmetto Wine Sellers Rocky "The Wine Guy" Wines tasted: 2020 Parra Albariño & 2018 Rego Do Sol Albariño We are joined by Parra Wine Company's owner and winemaker, Sam Parra, to discuss his Willamette Valley Albariño and Palmetto Wine Sellers owner, Rocky "The Wine Guy" to taste an orange Albariño. Listen to learn about the Albar…
 
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