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Best Disgorgeous podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Disgorgeous podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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John McCarroll and Kevin Diamond are booze industry paragons and total hunks. Follow their journey as they open rad wine, kick back, and learn valuable lessons about being true to their own appellations.
 
I'm a wine writer, educator, and podcaster...but mostly a wine lover!
 
Weekly Appellate Report Podcast Hosted by Brian Cardile, Esq.
 
The only podcast that brings you on-air horror movie reviews and interviews with Death Metal musicians, as well as horror greats, all in one body bag.
 
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The boys re-re-invite James Sligh to discuss red wine from the Jura. If you like discussing the habits of the fey, dinosaurs, aquatic jurassic life, and things that make podcasters mad, please enjoy this episode. This is officially also our pinot noir Stan episode, sorry to the rest. Please go take James’ classes at Compagnie des Vins Surnaturels i…
 
Attorneys on different sides of two pending suits over California's new worker classification law discuss aspects of AB 5 and the challenges it faces. Jim Manley (Pacific Legal Foundation) seeks to enjoin the law on behalf of freelance journalists whose First Amendment rights, he says, the new law violates. Stacey Leyton (Altshuler Berzon LLP) is d…
 
We got Asimov on//// LIST/// Phillipe Bornard, Arbois Pupillin Melon le rouge-queue, ‘Fut Neuf,’ 2007 // Domaine de Monbourgeau, l’étoile, ‘Cuvee Speciale,’ 2014// Jacques Puffeney, Arbois Savagnin, 2011 //// Support the showBy Disgorgeous
 
California's new law prohibiting mandatory arbitration clauses in employment contracts is on hold for now due to a Chamber of Commerce suit in the Eastern District. Our guests Cliff Palefsky (McGuinn, Hillsman and Palefsky) and Ryan Derry (Paul Hastings) discuss whether federal courts will find the law preempted by the Federal Arbitration Act.…
 
We consider the upcoming, long-anticipated SCOTUS fight over the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Jolina Cuaresma (UC Berkeley Law; Georgetown Law), a former CFPB attorney and industry advisor discusses why the agency should remain independent but how Congress' design of a single bureau director may have backfired; Ilan Wurman (Sandra Day O'Co…
 
***** ALERT***** LIVE SHOW JANUARY 20th at 21 GREENPOINT in BROOKLYN NY. TIX: https://rockagainstthetariffs.brownpapertickets.com ***** The boys welcome Amanda Smeltz, AKA Bustopher Smeltz, Bev director of Cafe Alto Paradiso and Estella and your sommelier's favorite sommelier for her second soon to be legendary episode. This time, she kicks off Jur…
 
Damn 2019 sucked huh? Good thing it's smooth sailing ahead for 2020!!!!! The boys discuss the upcoming proposed tariffs and worry about their future. If you're an economist, Kevin wants you to tell us what's up. Duck would prefer you to know that there is no such thing as "the economy." This episode has very strong depression energy. Love you all, …
 
The boys are joined by Front of House Pod (@fohpod), Kelly Sullivan and Lilliane Devane to discuss Prosecco AKA Becky bubbles. Not sure if we get to the ‘fundo’ of a V maligned appellation, but boy do we have a grand old time discussing our various brain disorders, how podcasts get made, working on holidays, and, of course, astrology. We are so imp…
 
The boys are joined by Birk O'Halloran of Iconic Wines and Rockwell Vermouth to discuss Irish things, Spanish drinks, and vermouth, which is great, wow go buy some. Hope you're ready to learn a LOT about Moses, because there's an uncomfortable 8 minute tirade where you're forced to. Stay tuned for the thrilling conclusion when the trio plays "will …
 
{Content Warning: Sexual Assault} It’s a very special mic takeover by Jirka Jireh, Sarah Fernandez, Claudia Leung and Miguel de Leon to discuss Julia Moskin’s article in the New York times about Anthony Cailan and the culture of sexual assault in the natural wine community. It’s v good content and almost makes up for that “hey” nonsense from last w…
 
Finally, the boys get to have an episode without guests or experts, just living for the moment and vibing. The theme came when they were drunk, but I guess it’s wine that reminds them of the film “how to train your dragon,” which neither watched. Of course, this means high VA wine from Italy and no cuts. Sponsor us, Dreamworks. Come to Niche Niche …
 
The boys are joined by Mike Lucia of Rootdown to discuss white mutations of popular red wines. A lot of that got cut, however, as our hangover brains were nourished with life-giving alcohol and a new topic emerged. “What if…” we thought, “we asked… our guest… about himself?” The answer is, we actually have a v interesting conversation about the mec…
 
Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP partners John W. Berry and Elaine Goldenberg, securities experts with experience in the SEC and U.S. Solicitor General's Office, discuss the appeal 'Liu v. SEC,' where defendants who ran a fraudulent investment-for-visa racket claim their $27 million disgorgement order was beyond the agency's authority. Plus, Tom Hiltachk…
 
Listen up bucko, there is no way you are going to get out of this having learned about the terroir of Franciacorta. You’re going to have to do that on your own, because the boys gleefully spent about 45 minutes derailing guest Chris Struck’s attempted monologue about it. Instead, you’re going to hear three powerful wine divos in the prime of the po…
 
BONJOUR les binches! Les mecs are joined by Etienne Calsac, the Avize Assassin to discuss french primary schools, secondary fermentation, and tertiary syphilis. It's a very vinous episode in the sense that its thicc and complex, but not in the sense that we discuss too much about wine. Instead, we drink a bunch of different bubbles from around the …
 
Cases claiming discrimination on the basis of religion and on the basis of sex are before SCOTUS this term; will the high court a Montana constitutional provision blocking any aid from religious institutions? Will Title VII be read to protect transgender workers from adverse employment actions? Offering opposing views in the cases of 'Espinoza v. M…
 
The boys are joined by Mike Roth of Lo-Fi Wines to finally pierce the veil and drink Cabernet franc. The boys are so hungover, honestly, this was a mistake. Luckily Mike knows a ton about sustainability, organics, theology and elephant seals. Kevin made one single square of pizza for everyone and Duck has self loathing. Please buy Mike’s wines earl…
 
Does the Constitution mandate an insanity defense? Or a unanimous jury in criminal cases? And where does the evolving juvenile jurisprudence stand on life-without-parole sentences? Six attorneys - five amici and one counsel who argued before the Court - offer competing views.Guests include: Rachel Van Cleave (Golden Gate Univ.), Bradley Hubbard (Gi…
 
The boys are joined by Toronto’s grapewitches to drink Syrah! It’s duck’s lucky day. Long and mostly uncut ep, so your lucky day. Discussion topics: hot winemakers, Canada vs us, Whatever the heck a wine agent is. Please come see us all today at wild world nyc at Berg’n. Also, please follow @grapewitches and go to their cool events! Patreon.com/dis…
 
Listen, before you get mad… have you considered that we’re baby? MICRO EP ft two insanely nervous boys discussing their wines before a sold out dinner at vinegar hill house. What fun it was. Everyone who WAS there got a secret extra 3 hours of content and hot takes, so like, next time come to our events?? Also, please note that this was supposed to…
 
The boys are joined by Brooklyn Beer’s Brewmaster and bestselling author Garret Oliver to discuss the intersection between wine (bad) and beer (cool, good, fun). Everyone’s munching on ciabatta and ricotta, so this is a long episode with a lot of digressions — expect some cool chatter about socialist beer movements, ancient grains, Duck having bad …
 
Two prominent ERISA cases appear on OT 2019's securities docket, and will determine key parameters of future suits over retirement investment plans. Blaine Evanson (Gibson Dunn & Crutcher) joins us to discuss both appeals, 'Thole v. U.S. Bank' and 'Intel v. Sulyma.' And Adam Wolfson (Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan) explains what's at stake in 'M…
 
Six guests offering competing views on three cases from OT 2019's immigration and border issue docket.Mark Rosenbaum (Public Counsel) and Josh Blackman (South Texas College of Law) discuss the consolidated DACA appeals set for argument in November.Regarding Kansas v. Garcia, in which Kansas' high court said a state statute used against unauthorized…
 
The boys re-welcome Regan Meador from Southold Farm + Cellar to explain the new and beautiful phenomena of limestone in the soil, specifically in Texas. Sadly, it’s clear that all they wanna do is talk about Syrah. Isn’t that just like boys? Don’t worry, there’s long digressions on potato cannon building, Bernie Sanders, and the rules and regulatio…
 
Kevin finally returns from his Iberian adventure, where he totally went “Jamon”!!!!!!! Duck is in a bad mood. It’s a classic boy chat episode, and each of your faves brings a special treat — suitcase wine from Catalonia. Frankly, we’re going to have to do a few weeks on this region soon, because we’re freaking insane about it. There’s a lot of slee…
 
A pitched legal battle has begun over California's Clean Air Act emissions waiver, which allows the state to set its own more stringent vehicle pollution controls irrespective of federal standards. The EPA claims its power to grant that waiver entails an inherent power to revoke it, and moreover says a 1975 law - the Energy Policy and Conservation …
 
The boys are joined by Collin Wagner of Vom Boden imports to discuss Mosel riesling, sweetness (not the Jimmy Eat World song), and the art of pronouncing German words. More importantly, we continue to unravel the threads of our sanity and talk a LOT about copper, synthetics, and who exactly is harmed by spraying. Maybe you haven’t noticed this yet,…
 
Under newly-signed AB 392, law enforcement officers may only use lethal force where it's "necessary." The bill's author, Shirley Weber (D - San Diego), and civil rights attorney and UCLA clinical professor Lisa Holder (L/O of Lisa Holder) describe the new standard. Plus Sacramento correspondent Malcolm Maclachlan details the last flurry of bills to…
 
BUY OUR MERCH!!! Alexis Schwartz of Thirsty Thirsty rejoins the boys to smoke too much weed and tangentially discuss the, like, concept of vermentino. There’s some tea spilt and no prisoners taken, especially as the pigatto question rages and Kevin starts yelling about sideburns. The three turn to native wisdom and deep sciences to get to the heart…
 
The boys return for season 6 and teach a graduate level seminar on new currents in Beaujolais research. More importantly, they’re here to spill some HOT INDUSTRY TEA. Duck recounts the first 12 hours of virgo season and is MAYBE party to a crime? We’re not fully sure on the legality tbh. It’s a weird energy episode, notable for being at Kevin’s hou…
 
Just-signed SB 27 seeks income tax disclosures from next spring's presidential primary candidates. Will it stand?Attorneys pressing challenges in state and federal court - Tom Hiltachk (Bell, McAndrew & Hiltachk) and Mark Anchor Albert (Mark Anchor Albert & Associates) - say the law is partisan and violates both the state and federal constitutions.…
 
R U READY 2 GET COZY? There’s a crackling fire, plenty of mezcal and two of our most allocated guests : Kacie and Emma, who, despite living with us aren’t sure if they want their last names on this. Recorded live in Saugerties New York in front of Yuma, a weird cricket who kept making noises and probably 600 ghosts. The whole squad gets into a v co…
 
The boys are joined by Tira Johnson of Terroir Tribeca to talk about Sicilian wine, Mediterranean history, and "the suicide of Jeffery Epstein." Duck legitimately is losing his mind so statistically 1/3 of you will adore it and the rest will send v worried DMs and don't worry it's fine. Yowza tho! Sicily baby! The land of a thousand stabbings! Hope…
 
Two cases last term gave SCOTUS a chance to meaningfully curtail administrative agency power; did the Court take it? Jean-Claude André, Sidley Austin LLP partner and chair of the firm's west coast Supreme Court practice, joins the show to discuss the current balance of constitutional power and how the Court may alter it moving forward.…
 
Damn there’s a lot of feet on this episode as we’re joined by Tara Hammond of black lamb wine to discuss Georgian wine. It’s probably our must unpronounceable ep yet, but holy shit did we love the wine, which was both carmillion and biological. Don’t go to Goatse, but go to patreon.com/disgorgeous. Thanks and remember to text your doctors. Buy Tara…
 
The 9th Circuit is mulling whether a JAMS arbitrator should have disclosed his part-ownership of the company, and whether such an arrangement creates a problematic incentive as to repeat parties. JAMS' Chief Legal and Operating Office Kimberly Taylor, and Prof. Katherine Stone (UCLA Law) offer competing views…
 
Hey guys, we almost called this episode Dog Pee-not Grigio if you were wondering how our brain chemistry did while we were gone. Reunited and it feels so good! After some judicious cuts, it almost looks like the boys remembered how to do a podcast, which is nice because today. We’re eviscerating the most sacred of cows: PINOT GRIGIO. YOU WILL NOT W…
 
Sup bronomas?? We out here getting our identities stolen and stacking paper. Lean into your daddiest impulses and explore Sonoma wine with two dudes who absolutely like and respect the appellation. This episode is probably the most deranged we’ve had in a while and it feels so good. Remember to stop it halfway through because sorry sorry sorry ther…
 
A battery of amicus briefs say SCOTUS should overturn a 20-year California rule setting minimum arbitration standards; will the FAA-friendly high court agree? Karla Gilbride (Public Justice), attorney for the plaintiff/respondent, and Fred Hiestand (CJAC), a defense-supporting amicus, offer competing views…
 
One of our rare smart episodes, the boys learn how to blind taste correctly from wine goddess Christy Frank, and end up getting more than they bargained for. Expect a lot of discussion about value, responsibility towards customers, failure and the kind of guys who say “smooth” when they taste. Christy also discusses her hair secrets and refuses to …
 
OOOOOO TXAKOLINA EVERYBODY TXAKOLINA! The boys are joined by LIC Market's Alaia Ortega to finally discuss Basque wines and holy shit do they ever destroy all their natural wine credits ASAP. Everyone is too thirsty to discuss farming or whatever -- instead expect a lot of speculation on what exactly a Basque is and whether or not Franco was cool. T…
 
Fan favorite, Jesse Shapell of Win Son and Win Son Bakery, returns and boy do we need him. Kevin decided to get stoned to the bone and iron shirts (?) right before the pod, and we all know Duck can't turn the ship around. Jesse does a good job keeping the boys in lane, and wouldn't you know it, there's a real episode here and some stunning wines, i…
 
After hearing argument the California Supreme Court has ordered additional briefing in a case that could reshape the contours of the state's Private Attorneys General Act. Attorneys involved in the case, Michael Rubin (Altshuler Berzon) and Robert Olson (Greines, Martin, Stein & Richland) offer competing viewpoints.…
 
Damn this is some high af Piemonte right here damn puff puff pass lmao. The boys welcome Ryan Looper, the inspiration for the 2012 film about robots whomst kiss, to talk about Nebbiolo and interesting ways to get fired for creeping out your bosses. It’s called socialist praxis, fucking look it up, loser. Recorded at Kevin’s kitchen table and duck w…
 
Several state law enforcement agencies would like to inform prosecutors if officers have misconduct on their records, so prosecutors can seek and give to defendants any potential exculpatory evidence, as required by 'Brady v. Maryland.' But California's 'Pitchess' laws say officer personnel files can only be opened in response to court orders. This…
 
Business-owner plaintiffs suffering 'purely economic losses' from the 2015 SoCalGas leak were barred Thursday from recovering their claimed damages. The California Supreme Court, with palpable reluctance, endorsed a strict rule generally denying tort recovery to plaintiffs whose money damages aren't tied to personal injury or property harms. Amicus…
 
THE STUNNING CONCLUSION TO MUSCAMAY! The boys explore Melon from around the world (Other parts of the Loire and California) to better understand Muscadet and its many joys. Kevin brings a triggering wine out of spite, while Duck recounts a roasting from another podcast host. There's a lot of sadness in this being our last French wine episode for a …
 
Challengers claiming Los Angeles City Council District 10 was racially gerrymandered have asked SCOTUS to step in. On the show are petitioners' counsel Rex Heinke (Akin Gump), and two attorneys opposing review on behalf of Los Angeles, Robin Johansen (Remcho Johansen & Purcell), and Harit Trivedi (LA City Attorney's Office)Claim 1 hour of CLE for l…
 
The boys are starting to loathe Muscadet and holy shit does it show. Along with Brian Heiss from Heritage Wines in Fort Greene, the squad plays a game of "musky or corked" where there are no winners. Here's the deal. Gabbro and Clay soils are, if anything, overrated in Muscadet and outclassed by other soil types. Luckily, this episode turns into on…
 
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