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Best Fermentation Nation podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Fermentation Nation podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Homebrew PodCast
 
Homebrew PodCast
 
Welcome to the Ferment Podcast - Conversations about Worship and Transformation. In this wide ranging podcast our host Adam Russell sits down with thought leaders, creatives, entrepreneurs, and other innovators digging into their personal stories of spiritual transformation. Current roster of guests include John Mark McMillan, Audrey Assad, David Ruis, James Duke, Carol Wimber-Wong, and many others.
 
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The Grape Nation
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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 ...
 
The Farm Cooking School is a space where cooks of all levels come together to learn about food, farming, and community. On this podcast we explore all facets of this unique local food system.
 
LivingHomegrown is all about Living Farm Fresh Without the Farm™. Through canning and preserving, artisan food crafting and small-space food growing, you can enjoy the flavors of the season and live a more sustainable lifestyle no matter how small of a space you call home. Hosted by TV canning expert and national PBS TV producer, Theresa Loe, this weekly podcast alternates between solo episodes and interviews with the rock stars of the DIY food movement and each episode helps you live closer ...
 
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Byron Bates was waving the “natural wine flag” before it was a thing. He introduced natural winemakers via his wine lists in NYC over 20 years ago. He left the floor to bring these wines to the US thru his Goatboy Selections. Byron is the driving force behind Wild World New York, A Fermentation Festival in Brooklyn. Join Heritage Radio Network ...…
 
Josh Williams is the Lead Pastor of the Elm City Vineyard in New Haven, CT and serves on the Executive Board for Vineyard USA. Originally from Iowa, Josh moved to New Haven to attend Yale and later Yale Divinity School where he earned his M.Div. He was the first intern at the Elm City Vineyard where he started prayer groups on Yale’s campus and ...…
 
Victor Urrutia is the CEO of Compania Vinicola del Norte de Espana also known as CVNE or CUNE. He is fifth generation and only the seventh person to run this family business. CVNE is a storied Rioja producer dating back to 1879. Under Victor’s tenure, CVNE has combined traditional winemaking methods with modern innovation. The Grape Nation is p ...…
 
John Elmer is a church planter and lead pastor of the Vineyard Church in Syracuse, NY. He and his wife Gwen started the church in 1991 with six people in their living room, and that church has prospered into a multi-site church with four locations and 1500+ in attendance across ten services. John also oversees the northeast region of Vineyard c ...…
 
Gianluca Bisol is the President and CEO of Bisol Prosecco Superiore in Conegliano Valdobbiane in the Treviso/Veneto region of northeast, Italy. This revered Prosecco house dates back five centuries to 1542 and 21 generations. Join Heritage Radio Network on Monday, November 11th, for a raucous feast to toast a decade of food radio. Our tenth ann ...…
 
Matt Nall is a drummer, producer, husband, and father of two. In addition to drumming for over 20 years in both live and studio settings, Matt is a key part of the Campbellsville Vineyard worship community. He also serves as technical director for Campbellsville University’s theater department. On this practical episode, Matt and our host Adam ...…
 
Jancis Robinson and Hugh Johnson are wine writers and journalists…that sounds a bit pedestrian! Jancis and Hugh are collectively the most awarded, influential, and respected writers in all of wine. Their awards, books, articles are too numerous to mention. Jancis and Hugh have revised “The World Atlas of Wine” and the 8th Edition is now availab ...…
 
This week's guest is Josh Baldwin, worship leader and songwriter with Bethel Music. On this week's episode, Josh recounts his childhood growing up the son of a worship pastor as well as his first worship team experience as a drummer at the age of 12. Josh shares key insights into bringing our true selves to our worship leadership, and he and ou ...…
 
The Ferment continues its "conversations" series with Adam & Heather Russell. On this episode, they address the topic of friendship in all its various shapes and sizes, exploring the reality that even Jesus surrounded himself with a group of friends during his time on earth.By The Ferment Podcast
 
Elena Penna Currado Vietti is partner at Vietti Winery and wife of winemaker Luca Vietti. Vietti is one of the oldest producers in Barolo with an impressive list of vineyard sites in the region. They also have played an important role in “Cru” Barolos and the survival of Arneis. Join Heritage Radio Network on Monday, November 11th, for a raucou ...…
 
Kathy Maskell is the leader of the Vineyard Justice Network, an organization dedicated to showcasing the work of Vineyard churches as they confront injustice. Kathy also serves as a member of the Vineyard USA Executive Team and as pastor of discipleship at Blue Route Vineyard (Media, PA) alongside her husband and frequent Ferment guest, Dr. Cal ...…
 
Isabelle Legeron is a Master of Wine, consultant, contributing journalist, and author of the seminal book on natural wine, “Natural Wine, An Introduction to Organic and Biodynamic Wines Made Naturally”. Isabelle is the founder and creator of Raw Wine and Raw Wine Fairs. She is leading the charge globally for greater transparency and promotes gr ...…
 
Our host Adam Russell sits down with Dr. Caleb Maskell, a church historian, worship pastor, and return Ferment podcast guest. On this week's episode, they discuss the ongoing impact of the renewal of the mid-1990s, specifically the "Toronto Blessing,” and share personal stories from their own visits to the Toronto Airport Vineyard (now the Toro ...…
 
Napa born Jane Lopes attended the Univ. of Chicago with a degree in Renaissance Lit. Her best laid plans to pursue a Masters Degree got sidetracked by her love of food, wine, and spirits. She worked her way thru Chicago, Nashville, and New York, ultimately landing a Somm job at the legendary Eleven Madison Park. If that’s not enough excitement, ...…
 
Costa Mitchell is a church planter, pastor, and the former National Director for the Vineyard movement in South Africa. In 1982, he was the planting pastor of the first Vineyard church outside of the US in Johannesburg. Costa came to faith in the Jesus Movement in South Africa that coincided with the movement of the same name in the US. Costa w ...…
 
Luke Boland has come through some of the most celebrated dining rooms in New York, working with Batali/Bastianich and the Major Food Group at destinations including the Grill and Del Posto to name a few. Luke is an award-winning Sommelier and Beverage professional with a keen eye towards the business. He is now the Wine Director at what is argu ...…
 
Millennial Whoa (also Millennial Whoop) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The millennial whoa (whoop) is a melodic pattern alternating between the fifth and third notes in a major scale, typically starting on the fifth, in the rhythm of straight 8th-notes, and often using the "wa" and "oh" syllables. It has been used extensively in 2010s po ...…
 
This special episode of the Ferment was recorded live at the Songs & Stories event in August 2019 in Campbellsville, Kentucky. It features a wide-ranging panel discussion on the topics of constraint, comparison, sustainable creativity, and numerous other topics. The panel includes past podcast guests John Mark McMillan, Taylor Leonhardt, Fran P ...…
 
Todd Cavallo left Brooklyn with his wife Crystal in 2016 to try his hand at sustainable food systems. He is the proprietor of Wild Arc Farm, located in the heart of the Hudson Valley, just north of NYC. Wild Arc Farm is a pursuit of sustainable food and beverage production within the small farm environment. Wild Arc is an experiment in biodynam ...…
 
Fran Pratt - "The Litanist" - is Pastor of Worship and Liturgy at Peace of Christ Church in Round Rock, TX, where she lives with her spouse and two daughters. On this episode, she recounts her journey — from growing up Southern Baptist to finding the Vineyard (replete with strong coffee and rock’n’roll) to finding significant life in the contem ...…
 
Sarah Thomas, Marie Ponsonnet, and Katja Scharnagl are all sommeliers at one of the most revered restaurants in the world, Le Bernadin in NYC. Under the tutelage of Aldo Sohm, they provide deep skill, knowledge, and personality to the Le Bernadin wine program. Katja is the Chef Sommelier, Sarah Thomas has also created Kalamata’s Kitchen, and Ma ...…
 
John Mark McMillan is a platinum-selling songwriter and recording artist best known for his songs "How He Loves," "Future/Past," and "King Of My Heart," co-written with his wife Sarah. John Mark is known for bending genres and defying categorization by carving out his own unique and independent path. With an ear for melody and a poet’s eye for ...…
 
When we talk about natural wine and the natural wine movement, Alice Feiring is an OG! Alice is a leading voice, advocate, and expert on natural wine and the natural wine movement. Alice Feiring is a James Beard Award winning journalist and author of seven books, her website the Feiring Line has been serving natural wine enthusiasts since 2004. ...…
 
Taylor Leonhardt is a worship leader and singer/songwriter based in Raleigh, North Carolina. Taylor was born and raised in Texas, where a childhood love for country music rooted deep in her heart. A strong yet subtle lyricist with silvery vocals reminiscent of Patty Griffin and Emmylou Harris, Leonhardt has taken those roots and crafted a sound ...…
 
Steve Nicholson is the long-time senior pastor of the Evanston Vineyard outside of Chicago, IL, and has served the Vineyard movement for 40 years training church leaders and church planters across the globe. Steve began ministering as a college student through InterVarsity Christian Fellowship in the early ‘70s. After graduating, he moved to th ...…
 
Shyla and Leon Powell are this week's guests. Leon is the worship pastor at the Vineyard Church in Syracuse, NY, and Shyla leads worship at the Syracuse Vineyard as well as works as a clinical therapist with the Salvation Army. This conversation runs the gamut — from personal stories about growing up black in predominately white environments to ...…
 
Jared Boyd is a pastor, spiritual director, and founder of The Order of Sustainable Faith, a missional monastic expression of the Vineyard Church. In addition to his role in Sustainable Faith, Jared is Pastor at Franklinton Abbey and is part of The Society of Vineyard Scholars. In this rich episode, Jared and Adam dig deep into the topic of dis ...…
 
Sabato Sagaria got his engines started at Cornell, The Greenbriar Hotel, and The Inn at Little Washington. The pace picked up at The Little Nell and Union Sq. Hospitality where he rose to Chief Restaurant Office and...became a member of the court of Master Sommeliers along the way. Sabato left USHG and is now the President of bartaco. The Grape ...…
 
Samuel Lane is a worship leader, songwriter, and recording artist, and is currently the Creative Director at The Vineyard Church in St. Albans in the Greater London area. For over twenty years, he has worked to refine his songwriting, exploring musicality and faith, pouring his life into crafting songs that draw people closer to God. Lane has w ...…
 
Dr. Brittany Kim is an Old Testament scholar, adjunct professor, and spiritual director-in-training based in Chicago, IL. She has taught at Roberts Wesleyan College, Northeastern Seminary, and Bethel Seminary, and is the author of Lengthen Your Tent-Cords: The Metaphorical World of Israel's Household in the Book of Isaiah. Brittany is also the ...…
 
Adam Teeter’s experience ranges from working for the Consulate General of Israel, the Brooklyn Philharmonic, Tablet Magazine, and creating Vivo in Vino, a wine and music site to name a few. Adam is the Co-founder and CEO of VinePair, a media company about wine, beer and spirits. It's HRN's annual summer fund drive, this is when we turn to our l ...…
 
On today’s episode we’re focusing on cooking with fire - from the grill, to our wood-oven, to, yep, even the sun. First up, Ian breaks down live-fire cooking at his beloved wood-burning oven, connecting the dots between the crackling skin on a stuffed pork hock and the fundamentals of what makes us human. Next, we head back down to Mexico where ...…
 
Geno Olison is the co-lead pastor of the South Suburban Vineyard on in Chicago, IL. He also helps to lead the Diversity Initiative for Vineyard USA and is an accomplished musician, co-producing both Vineyard Soul projects: We Are Ready and Generous God. On this challenging episode, Geno shares his personal story as a black man coming into mostl ...…
 
Coralie and her fourth generation winemaking husband Damien Delecheneau are the proprietors of La Grange Tiphane winery in Amboise. Coralie joined the winery in 2008. La Grange Tiphane makes precise, beautifully balanced, Terroir driven wines in the Loire valley of France. It's HRN's annual summer fund drive, this is when we turn to our listene ...…
 
Mike Pilavachi is an author, speaker, and the founding pastor of Soul Survivor, a global youth movement based in the UK. Additionally, he is the lead pastor of Soul Survivor Watford church outside of London. His long track record of pastoring worship leaders includes Matt Redman and Tim Hughes, both of whom started working under Mike's leadersh ...…
 
Chris Leon grew up with wine around the table via his Dad. His early love for hospitality and, eventually wine led him to Sonoma. He attended the French Culinary Institute, now the International Culinary Center after college, with a degree in restaurant management. Chris went on to open and operate restaurants in NYC and earned his Advanced WSE ...…
 
Melisa Keller is the Director of Events & Project Management for Vineyard Worship. In her role, Melisa oversees Vineyard Worship Leader Retreats and Rise events, and serves as project manager for all products and releases. In this episode, Melisa recounts her faith journey growing up in the Vineyard as the daughter of drummer Bill Dragoo, who w ...…
 
Hello all you wonderful farmers, foodies, and cooks. We’ve been busy putting together some pretty awesome episodes that dig even deeper into the soils here at the Farm Cooking School and explore more of our ever-growing food community (from chefs, to fisherman, to farmers, to just regular ol’ food lovers like you). From a celebration of the sea ...…
 
This special edition of the podcast is entitled “So You've Turned 35” featuring a candid and helpful conversation between our host Adam Russell and his wife Heather about this overlooked stage of life. This is an important episode discuss both the pitfalls and opportunities we face when life is at its fullest. Whether you are in this life stage ...…
 
Tracey Brandt moved away from a career in tech towards a love and interest in wine. Tracey and her eventual husband Jared took a wine sabbatical in France and had the opportunity to work under the tutelage of famed winemaker Eric Texier. They returned to California to continue a life in wine helping to pioneer the low intervention, natural wine ...…
 
Sarah Pemberton is a worship leader, songwriter, and — alongside her husband Grant — co-pastors the Nashville Vineyard in Tennessee. In this episode Sarah shares the origins of the Nashville Vineyard, from planting in the basement of a restaurant to acquiring the second oldest church building in Nashville. An added anecdote involves an American ...…
 
Massachussetts born Esther Mobley is the wine critic at the SF Chronicle. After finishing Smith College, Esther pursued a path in wine, working harvests, interning at one wine magazine, Asst. Editor at another, and now the SF Chronicle, where she looks at wine not just as a story, but through the people, place, and culture. Esther predominantly ...…
 
Sam Yoder is a chiropractor in Campbellsville, KY and the author of the modern Vineyard hymns “All Things Rise,” “Wonderful,” and the upcoming Vineyard Worship single, “Jesus Beautiful.” In this wide-ranging conversation, Sam shares about his journey - from being raised Old Order Amish to discovering the music of Bob Dylan and the writing of Ca ...…
 
New York City born Jenny Lefcourt got her undergraduate degree at Cornell, received her Masters while in Paris, and was pursuing a PhD at Harvard. She also met her husband in Paris where they both shared a passion for not just wine, but the people, practices and stories behind those wines. They started their wine import company in 2000. Jenny a ...…
 
Josh Ray is a producer, worship leader, and the owner of Anchour Studios in Windham, Maine. In addition to running Anchour Studio he serves as worship pastor at the Vineyard Church in Mechanic Falls, Maine. Josh and his wife Ryan have five children and live a very full life surrounded by friends and family. In this unique episode Josh and Adam ...…
 
On today’s episode we’re celebrating the warmer weather and the increase of daylight with some wild, wild love. We’ve been finding ourselves reconnecting with the great outdoors in a multitude of ways here at the farm, so we lined up a slew of our friends to give us insight on everything from moon cycles and harvesting to soil microbes and edib ...…
 
Born in Saudi Arabia to an Iraqi family, Rita Jammet grew up in Lebanon and Switzerland. She received a degree in Economics from the Univ. of Geneva working with her dad upon graduation. She met her French husband Andre with deep ties to hospitality and wine, exposing Rita to a life of restaurants, wine, and Champagne. Rita is co-owner and Chie ...…
 
Bob & Penny Fulton were founding leaders of the Vineyard Movement. Much of the Vineyard’s DNA was established in a small group that Bob & Penny started in the 1970s, a group that eventually became the Anaheim Vineyard. In this special episode, Bob & Penny share stories from their journey as well as the earliest stories of the Vineyard, a moveme ...…
 
Roberto Santana and Alfonso Torrente are two of the four winemaker/owners that make up Envinate, a wine project that focuses on exploring distinctive parcels mainly in the Atlantic-inflected regions of Ribeira Sacra and the Canary Islands in Spain. Along with Laura Ramos and Jose Martinez, they are the “New Spanish Wine”, but with a touch of th ...…
 
Paul Anleitner is a worship pastor based in Minneapolis, MN and host of the Deep Talks podcast - Exploring Theology and Meaning-Making. It was during college that Paul realized his calling to help people experience the Spirit of God through song and teaching. After his freshman year, he gave up his basketball scholarship to begin his journey wi ...…
 
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