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Best David Bordeaux podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best David Bordeaux podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Drunken Fist is a martial arts podcast that gives you the chance to pour yourself a drink and hang with two martial arts instructors as they share their knowledge and personal experiences.
 
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. Erin Scala contributes amazing original segments. Crush Wine & Spirits is the retail partner. To see all the back episodes from episode 1 in your feed, and to see new episodes sooner, it is important to SUBSCRIBE. It is free to subscribe. Contact info- Email leviopenswine@gmail.com Ins ...
 
The Connected Table SIPS! gives you a taste of something delicious. Hosts Melanie Young and David Ransom taste and talk about wine, spirits, beer, coffee and more with leading winemakers, distillers, brewers and growers from around the world. We like to Eat, Drink & Explore and want to share our discoveries with you. Listen to our short SIPS! anywhere, anytime. The Connected Table SIPS! Podcast is brought to you by Talk 4 Podcasting (www.talk4podcasting.com/) on the Talk 4 Media Network (www ...
 
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 ...
 
MGMT/BOOKINGcontact@keysmusicparis.comClaptone, Tchami, Kungs, Watermät, Wankelmut, Laurent Wolf, YALL, Joachim Garraud ... ​Tant d’artistes de renommée aux côtés desquels vous avez probablement vu Aleks CAMERON​ ! DJ/Producteur Parisien de ​House music​, Aleks CAMERON est un visage connu de tous depuis les années 2000, où il s’est fait connaître en performant dans les plus grands clubs de la capitale comme​ ​le ​Queen, Mix Club ​ou le​ Redlight. Installé à Bordeaux depuis 8 ans, il a rapide ...
 
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Mary Ewing-Mulligan is the President of International Wine Center, located in New York City, and a co-author of the "Wine For Dummies" books. Mary discusses her introduction to working with wine, employed by an Italian government agency responsible for promoting Italian wine. She explains the situation for Italian wines in the United States at the …
 
Everyone has sustainability and health on their mind when choosing food, especially red meat. Quality starts at the source of origin, including consideration for the environment and animal welfare. Matt Luxton, Director of Sales for Silver Fern Farms, New Zealand’s largest meat purveyor, explains what we need to consider when shopping for meat. Sil…
 
Christophe Roumier and his family run Domaine Georges Roumier, located in the Burgundy village of Chambolle-Musigny in France. Christophe discusses the arrival of his grandfather in Chambolle-Musigny, and the beginning of the Roumier family history with wine. He talks about his family's work for the Comtes Georges de Vogüé domaine, also in Chamboll…
 
India has a rich heritage in craft spirits and is the birthplace of the gin & tonic. Located in the foothills of the Himalayas, Radico Khaitan is India’s oldest and largest distillery. Company President Sanjeev Banga explains how India’s biodiversity helps define its styles of spirits and discusses two brands: Jaisalmer Indian Craft Gin, made with …
 
The Langhe region in Italy’s southern Piemonte produces many outstanding wines, notably DOCG Barolo and DOCG Barbaresco. Made exclusively from the Nebbiolo grape, each wine follows strict production and aging guidelines to create their distinctive styles, complexity and elegance. Matteo Ascheri, president of Consorzio di Tutela Barolo Barbaresco Al…
 
The two smallest winemaking appellations in the Côtes de Bordeaux are Francs and Sainte-Foy. Francs sits just north of Castillon and exclusively produces reds wines, primarily from Merlot but also Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Sainte Foy, located south and west of Castillon, produces both red and white wines. Both regions reflect a more la…
 
East of St. Emilion, along the north side of the Dordogne River, lies the picturesque wine region of Castillon, named for the Battle of Castillon in 1453 which ended the 100 year war between England and France. The third largest appellation in the Côtes de Bordeaux by volume, Castillon is a red wine region. Merlot comprises 70% of the plantings whi…
 
Nestled on the right bank of the Garonne river, the southernmost winemaking appellation within the Côtes de Bordeaux is the region of Cadillac. Named for the Duke of Cadillac, who was a well-known lover of wines, it is the second largest appellation by production volume in the Côtes de Bordeaux. Red wines rule here, with Merlot and Cabernet Franc b…
 
Situated in the northwest corner of Bordeaux across the Garonne River from the Medoc, Blaye is a land of family farms and undulating landscapes planted to just shy of 15,000 acres of vines in 41 communes, making this appellation the Cotes de Bordeaux’s largest region by production volume, predominantly red wines. Blaye has held historical significa…
 
Home to some of the world’s most well-regarded fine wines, Bordeaux is the largest AOC in France with 6500 growers and 65 appellations. At the heart is Côtes de Bordeaux, a flagship appellation of 950 producers. Created in 2009, the AOC Union des Côtes de Bordeaux comprises four distinct sub-appellations- Blaye, Cadillac, Castillon, Francs and Sain…
 
Bordeaux is one of the world’s most renowned wine appellations with more than 6000 producers. For 30 years, the Bordeaux Wine School has been the premier education source for learning about Bordeaux. Located in Bordeaux City and online, the school educates more than 85,000 people annually through its global network of over 250 accredited tutors. Ma…
 
Bérénice Lurton is a fourth-generation winegrower of Bordeaux’s renowned Lurton family. Her father, Lucien Lurton, acquired a collection of famous estates that he shared among his ten children. In 1992, Bérénice assumed stewardship of Château Climens at age 22. Considered a jewel of the Sauternes region, the 16th century Château Climens is a premie…
 
Elisabetta Gnudi Angelini is owner of four historic Tuscan wine estates: Borgo Scopeto (Chianti Classico) Carpazo and Altesino (Montalcino) and Doga delle Clavule (Morellino di Scansano). Being a successful vintner is a fruitful third career for Elisabetta, who worked in the pharmaceutical industry and in the arts before studying oenology. Elisabet…
 
Giacomo Oddero and his family operate Poderi e Cantine Oddero, in the La Morra area of the Barolo appellation in Piemonte, Italy. Giacomo, who was born in the mid-1920s, remembers the difficulties encountered in the Barolo region in the aftermath of World War II, as well as the specific changes that helped set the Barolo area on a path to prosperit…
 
Founded in 1834, Champagne Boizel has been family-run for six generations-185 years. Located on the Avenue de Champagne in Epernay, Boizel works solely with Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes sourced from the region’s top Grands and Premiers Crus. Wines are aged sur lie for at least three years and often longer to achieve balance and complexity. 5th …
 
From his medieval Castello di Vincigliata in Fiesole, Bibi Graetz crafts his wines on a hillside overlooking Florence. His four organically farmed estates of both owned and leased vineyards contain many old vines. Graetz also produces white wines from native Ansonica and Vermentino varieties on Isola del Giglio off the Tuscan coast. In 2019 he acqu…
 
This is a bonus episode in honor of Justin's birthday. To celebrate Justin's birthday, Justin talks about a special type of knife that he carries with him for self-defense. David shares the non-knife he carries. Show Notes: https://www.DrunkenFistPodcast.com/By David Bordeaux and Justin Plavic
 
Ask any product marketing expert how important design and packaging are for selling a food or beverage brand, and the answer will be: "Extremely!" Many people don’t realize the thought process involved in creating packaging that is functional, sustainable and eye-catching. Heather Fritzsche, Co-Founder and CEO of The Spearhead Group, a pioneer in d…
 
As Prosecco’s leading wine estate, Villa Sandi produces wines for all occasions: Prosecco DOC Treviso, Prosecco Superiore Valdobbiadene DOCG and flagship cru, La Rivetta Cartizze DOCG. Export Director Flavio Geretto discusses what distinguishes the Cartizze style and the DOCG’s location and vineyards situated on a steep hill in the heart of the reg…
 
In 1851, stylish young entrepreneur, Charles Heidsieck (known as Champagne Charlie), founded his namesake Champagne house in Reims to produce cuvées blended from 40 percent reserve wines averaging 10 years old. Only 60 crus from Champagne are blended to create all Charles Heidsieck Champagnes. Brand Ambassador Philippe André discusses the label’s s…
 
Sicily’s renowned producer, Donnafugata, is run a family passionate about wine, food and culture as a way of life. Donna-Fugata, translates to “woman in flight” which refers to the story of a queen who found refuge in the part of Sicily where the company’s vineyards are located today. Fifth generation family member, Jose Rallo, discusses the vineya…
 
Established in 1892, Coppo Winery is one of the oldest family-run estates in Italy continuously making wine in Piemonte for more than 120 years. Coppo is recognized for its range, from sparkling Asti wines to Chardonnays and Piemontese reds. Fourth generation family member, Luigi Coppo, discusses the family’s vineyards in the newer Nizza DOCG (est.…
 
Michael Mondavi Family Estate began making estate wines in 1999 with the purchase of Animo Vineyard in Atlas Peak. Assistant Winemaker Sabrina Massola discusses their flagship white, Animo Heritage Sauvignon Blanc, a barrel-aged wine whose rootstock can be traced to Château d'Yquem. Grapes are sourced from the family’s Oso Vineyard, we taste Animo …
 
Political visionary and businessman, Don Melchor Concha y Toro, was a pioneer of Chile’s modern wine industry. In 1987, Concha y Toro’s Guilisasti family established Don Melchor Estate in the upper Maipo Valley to make world-class cru Cabernet Sauvignon from the renowned Puente Alto Vineyard. Longtime Don Melchor Winemaker Enrique Tirado discusses …
 
Founded in 1996, Bodega Trivento in Uco Valley (Mendoza), Argentina is internationally recognized for producing high-quality wines that are also wallet-friendly. Chief Winemaker Germán di Cesare joined Trivento in 2002 and since 2008 has overseen Trivento's top-tier wines including Amado Sur, Brisa del Otono, single varietal Golden Reserve wines an…
 
Long Meadow Ranch is a family-run working organic farm in Napa Valley dating to the 1800s. The property was purchased by the Hall family in 1989 and restored. Long Meadow Ranch now covers more than 2000 acres where one can find Highland cattle, chickens, vegetables, olive trees and, of course, vineyards.Conservation and sustainability are key to Lo…
 
In this episode, David and Justin take a look at Impostor Syndrome. They share some of their experiences with it and offer help to those who may experience it. Show Notes: https://www.DrunkenFistPodcast.comBy David Bordeaux and Justin Plavic
 
Rod Berglund and his family own Joseph Swan Vineyards in Sonoma County, California, where Rod is also the winemaker. Rod explains how he first became interested in wine, and what led him to found his own winery in the late 1970s. He also discusses how he met winemaker Joe Swan, who would eventually become his father-in-law. Rod conveys how Joe in m…
 
Justin and David discuss their experiences in working with difficult students. They talk about their experiences, offer help to each other on how to handle the situations, and offer general advice to teachers. Show Notes: https://www.DrunkenFistPodcast.com/By David Bordeaux and Justin Plavic
 
In this episode of the Drunken Fist Podcast, Justin and David celebrate the 10th episode by reflecting on 10 of their funniest moments in martial arts. Show Notes: https://www.DrunkenFistPodcast.com/By David Bordeaux and Justin Plavic
 
Tomoko Kuriyama is a partner in Chanterêves, a micro-négociant based in Burgundy, which she runs with her husband Guillaume Bott. Tomoko spent over a decade working in wineries in Germany, then moved to Burgundy in France and started Chanterêves. She explains in this interview the differences between Germany and Burgundy in terms of the winemaking …
 
In this episode, David and Justin discuss if videos are helpful or harmful when used for martial arts training. Show Notes: https://www.DrunkenFistPodcast.com/By David Bordeaux and Justin Plavic
 
Anthony Hanson wrote the book "Burgundy," which was originally published in 1982, and then subsequently revised by him for another edition published in 1995. He is today a consultant for Haynes Hanson & Clark, as well as The Fine Wine Experience in Hong Kong. Anthony describes his entry into Beaune (via bulldozer) in the 1960s, and his first tastin…
 
This is the episode where David and Justin discuss training martial arts at home and what equipment or methods they use to do so. Show Notes: https://www.DrunkenFistPodcast.com/By David Bordeaux and Justin Plavic
 
Jeff Kellogg is the co-founder of Kellogg Selections, a wine distributor in North Carolina. Jeff is a former sommelier, who previously appeared in I'll Drink to That! episode 230. Jeff discusses his decision to start a wine distribution business, and the financial and personal realities around launching such a business. He also describes a changing…
 
This is the episode where David and Justin discuss different types of music, what they listen to when they practice, and how music relates to martial arts. Show Notes: https://www.DrunkenFistPodcast.comBy David Bordeaux and Justin Plavic
 
Jacques Seysses is the founder of Domaine Dujac, based in the Burgundy village of Morey-Saint-Denis in France. Jacques recounts how he became interested in wine, and what led him to purchase a domaine in Burgundy in the late 1960s. He describes working with Gérard Potel at Domaine de la Pousse d'Or, as well as some of his visits to other Burgundy v…
 
Michele Chiarlo in Italy’s Piedmont region is a world-class producer of single vineyard wines. The family-run winery has vineyards in three classic appellations: Langhe, Monferrato and Gavi. Patriarch Michele Chiarlo helped establish standards of quality for DOC Piedmont and was among the first to introduce green harvest practices in Italy in 1984.…
 
This is the episode of the Drunken Fist podcast where Justin and David discuss the mythical history of Wing Chun, Justin and David butcher pronunciations, and David tried to provoke Justin by saying everything Justin just said is mostly fictional. Show Notes: https://www.DrunkenFistPodcast.com/By David Bordeaux and Justin Plavic
 
Mimi Casteel is the owner of the Hope Well Vineyard, in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. Her family owns the Bethel Heights Vineyard, also in Oregon. Mimi takes on issues like land use, agricultural practice, and vineyard work in this interview, stressing the importance of a connection with nature. She argues against reductionist approaches in the …
 
For over 40 years St. Francis Winery has produced top-quality varietal wines from superior mountain and valley vineyards in Sonoma County, earning a reputation for luscious, fruit driven wines that showcase the terroir unique to Sonoma. Winemaker Katie Madigan discusses St. Francis Winery’s commitment to sustainability and selections from its portf…
 
In this episode of the Drunken Fist Podcast, Justin and David discuss the sport of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). Show notes: https://www.DrunkenFistPodcast.comBy David Bordeaux and Justin Plavic
 
In this episode of the Drunken Fist Podcast, David and Justin discuss different tips they wished they had known about when coming up the ranks towards earning their black belts. They also discuss what it means to be a black belt. Show notes: https://www.DrunkenFistPodcast.comBy David Bordeaux and Justin Plavic
 
In this episode of the Drunken Fist Podcast, Justin and David discuss different types of martial arts and look into the reason why they practice the arts that they currently do. Show notes: https://www.DrunkenFistPodcast.comBy David Bordeaux and Justin Plavic
 
In this episode of the Drunken Fist Podcast, David and Justin discuss the worst and the best martial artists they've known. Show notes are at https://www.DrunkenFistPodcast.comBy David Bordeaux and Justin Plavic
 
In this episode of Drunken Fist Podcast, David and Justin talk about how this podcast came to be, and their thoughts on whether or not alcohol should be consumed by martial artists. Show notes at: https://www.DrunkenFistPodcast.com/By David Bordeaux and Justin Plavic
 
David Ramey is the founder and co-owner of Ramey Wine Cellars and Sidebar Cellars, both based in Sonoma County, California. David shares his career path in California wineries from Simi, to Matanzas Creek, Chalk Hill, Dominus Estate, Rudd Estate, and starting wine labels of his own. While discussing those various work experiences, David also shares…
 
Susana Balbo’s career is a history of firsts: The first Argentinian female winemaker, first Argentinean woman to become a global wine consultant and first Latin American woman to chair the W20 Summit. Her 30-year career includes serving as President of Wines of Argentina for three terms during which time Argentinian wines gained global recognition …
 
Rhône Valley rosés can range from crisp and dry to fresh, floral and fruity. AOC Luberon in the southern Rhône Valley, south of Avignon and west of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, produces versatile rosés for enjoying throughout a meal. Natalie Margan, fifth generation family member at Chateau La Canorgue in Bonnieux, discusses different styles of Lub…
 
AOC Luberon in the Rhône Valley is a popular place to visit, featuring picturesque towns, rustic beauty and 300+ days of sunshine. The region’s wine and food have a Mediterranean flair and flavor- fresh and vibrant. Regional wines include reds from Grenache Noir, Syrah and Mourvedre grapes, and whites from mainly Marsanne, Roussanne, Grenache Blanc…
 
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