Best vintner podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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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!
 
Join two non-wine snobs as they embark on home wine making, and explore area wineries and establishments. Interviews with wineries and wine makers, and tips and tricks along the way.
 
We have captured some of the voices of the Austrian wine country and invite you to listen in. Vintners, wine lovers and travelers share their stories and love of Austrian wine.
 
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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.
 
Founded in 2002, AmaWaterways is the premier river cruise line in the travel industry with luxury river cruise ships operating all over Europe, along the Mekong River between Cambodia and Vietnam, in Africa on the Chobe River in conjunction with land safari programs and on the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar, formerly Burma. This archive of podcasts includes multiple interview with AmaWaterways VP Gary Murphy, travel journalists, and wine experts & vintners who have hosted the popular AmaWaterway ...
 
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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In this episode, Randi and Nathaniel discuss the cunning cassowary–that’s right, that awful flightless bird that lives in the land down under. Cassowaries have the reputation of being quite dangerous, although a human hasn’t been killed by a cassowary since 1926. The fear of cassowaries probably comes from their horrific, Uma Thurman-esque feet ...…
 
Dan Caddigan - UI Architect at Indigo, Vintner and Cornhole Champion.. Need we say more? [I guess if we have to say more..] Indigo Agriculture's tech team is a case study in building an identity and engineering culture from scratch while joining a company that isn't just about software. As one of the first "tech" employees hired into Boston's u ...…
 
The “Drinking Stories” podcast is back. This episode features local vintner David Ramey, who opened his Ramey Wine Cellars in 1996 after helping put the Matanzas Creek and Chalk Hill wineries on the map. The varietal is gaining more attention, especially as it’s a featured grape of the new Petaluma Gap wine region. David also talks about why so ...…
 
Check, Please! Bay Area Season 13 episode 2 airs Thursday, May 3 at 7:30pm on KQED 9. See other television airtimes. And never miss an episode by subscribing to the video podcast. Note: This digital episode is longer than the broadcast episode, so there are special scenes included that you won’t see on air! We stay in San Francisco for all thre ...…
 
This season is prime time when it comes to Arizona food and wine festivals, and we hit one of the coolest and most creative of the year for this weekend’s show, live from the Professional Chili Cook-off and Winemaker Faux “Chopped” Cooking Challenge at the beautiful Kief-Joshua Vineyards in Elgin! Lori Reynolds, Ann Roncone, Matt Russell, Gary ...…
 
Today's First Thing podcast touches on these top stories:Astro 76 mistakenly pumped gasoline into diesel vehicles.Smoke taint worries Rogue Valley vintners.Complaints at Kelly Shelter drop dramatically. Full stories at www.mailtribune.com.Listen to other Mail Tribune podcasts at www.mailtribune.com/podcasts.…
 
Our third episode, in which we're joined by our friend, co-producer, and engineer for our upcoming Let You Down EP, Blake Studdard of Atria Creative. Join us as we chat about the process of recording the EP, briefly recap the Oscars results, and realize how much Jonny is a crier. Wine of the week: Sterling Meritage 2014 https://www.vivino.com/w ...…
 
Legendary, Masterful, Award Winning, Unsurpassed Quality, Unique Vintners, A Work of Art in a Bottle, these are just some of the words that describe Opus One wine and Michael Silacci's wine making. Michael will join Stu on tonite's show to discuss how he makes such incredible wine. Call in at 215-383-5748 nd join in the conversation with Stu an ...…
 
The first episode of Drank The Podcast. Two guys from Wisconsin with a combined 40 years of experience in the industry of alcohol give you the scoop on what's underrated, what's overrated, and what is happening in and around the world of wine, booze (mainly bourbon) and beer. "Don't Believe The Hype" section focuses on The Prisoner Red Blend. W ...…
 
Food Republic Today is a new daily podcast focused on everything that's happening in the world of food and drink. Co-hosts Richard Martin (creator and editor of FoodRepublic.com) and Krista Ruane (Culinary Creative Director at Zero Point Zero) discuss the day's headlines, then Richard digs a little deeper into a subject in his topic of the day. ...…
 
Bruce and Ronda Prothro, founders of Prothro Family Wines, have a pretty amazing story of how they met in a cable car in San Francisco, moved to Austin, and took their hobby and passion of winemaking and turned it into a full-time thriving and well-respected family business that recently won two major awards. We talk with the couple about their ...…
 
There is a misconception that the alcohol industry is dominated by men, but in 2016, gin sales rose by 16% largely thanks to premium brands, many of which are managed or produced by women. As if to prove the point, having just recently spoken with Mary Beth Cole from Foraging Vintners, a local artisan alcohol producer in the South of the Island ...…
 
As part of our Women Today at Food Fest series, Christy has been out and about meeting with some of the Island's exciting new producers and exhibitors at this year's event. This is the full length interview with Mary Beth Coll from Foraging Vintners, a brand new craft wine producer which has found a home in the old Coal Shed buildings in Port E ...…
 
Find out how wine is made and how to pick the right wine for your tastes.Wine is an integral part of the Mediterranean diet. The process of winemaking begins in the vineyard. The goal is to get the vine to produce grapes of uniform maturity, making it easier to produce a delicious wine. Many Napa Valley wineries start the harvest day in the mid ...…
 
On this episode of HRN On Tour, Kat doesn't have to travel far to get a taste of the international! She heads over the East River to the James Beard House to catch up with two of Atlanta’s best chefs: Matthew Basford of the rustically elegant Canoe, and Nick Leahy of Saltyard, whose aesthetic leans toward modern and sleek. Matt and Nick teamed ...…
 
LLN Reports on the California Cannabis Green Rush with an interview with Marie Roth, Exec Director of the SLO County Cannabis Assn. Marie sensed one thing in her time studying the people of cannabis history it's that regulation cannot stop the insatiable and inherent desire to cultivate this plant. Some of us love to grow roses, or tend to our ...…
 
Musical vintners as we tie-in Napa Valley with Hawaiian rockabilly and return guest, Jerry from DEVO.
 
Without their expected guest today, Steve Jaxon, Dan Berger and Barry Herbst taste and discuss Chardonnay and Burgundy, and also discuss the value of acidity in wine and how the wine market changes from year to year especially when a great vintage like 2015 is about to hit the stores.The CEO of Kendall-Jackson, Rick Tigner, was supposed to be c ...…
 
This Jeremy D. Bonfiglio and Paul mow talk to Bob Zaney, who is playing at the Black River Tavern;The Box Factory's Jamie Bingaman and Samantha Houser about what's New at the Box; and Michael Moyer and Laura Morris from Lake Michigan College Vintners.
 
The Brew Is Out There!STYLE SHOWOn this week's episode of the Brew Files, it's the start of a two parter all about Wine making with Dave Lustig of Old Oak Cellars. In this episode, Dave gives us his history as fermentation curious brewer/vintner, walks us through procuring grapes, prepping the juice and running your fermentation. He makes good ...…
 
The Brew Is Out There!STYLE SHOWOn this week's episode of the Brew Files, it's the start of a two parter all about Wine making with Dave Lustig of Old Oak Cellars. In this episode, Dave gives us his history as fermentation curious brewer/vintner, walks us through procuring grapes, prepping the juice and running your fermentation. He makes good ...…
 
The Fat Jew (@thefatjewish) aka Josh Ostrovsky is a social media content commentator, television personality, actor, Author, musician, fashion designer, vintner, the first male plus sized model, and entrepreneur. On this episode we get into an assortment of topics. We dive into the crazy/wild stories and experiences The Fat Jew has had througho ...…
 
In this week's program, Tematica's investing mixologists, Chris Versace and Lenore Hawkins discuss the week's economic data, relevant political happenings and share where they have spotted a few of the latest Thematic Signals. America woke up on Independence Day morning to learn that North Korea is now capable of landing an ICBM in Alaska, high ...…
 
My mother and Jim Rohn are two of the human beings that had a profound and real impact on my life in my early twenties (when I knew everything already...duh). They taught me how to live a good life. Did you know there's a secret to living the good life? It's doing an activity that only 3% of the population actually does. Doing so would make you ...…
 
My mother and Jim Rohn are two of the human beings that had a profound and real impact on my life in my early twenties (when I knew everything already...duh). They taught me how to live a good life. Did you know there's a secret to living the good life? It's doing an activity that only 3% of the population actually does. Doing so would make you ...…
 
Three years after my first podcast with Mike Dunn, he helped me rope Randy Dunn into a podcast so that we could learn more about old-school Napa winemaking and the stories from a place that had far less glitz than exists today. Not one to seek the spotlight, Randy has consistently turned out iconic mountain Cabernets, which have brought the spo ...…
 
Meet Blakesley Chappellet, Author of Napa Valley Entertaining If you think Napa Valley Wines are amazing, you should see how the vintners of America’s premiere wine region party! The term “Napa Style” can often be heard in conjunction with entertaining, decorating and even dressing in a way that reflects the nature of the legendary valley. […] ...…
 
“The viticulturist has to understand how to make wines in the vineyard.” — Roger Gamache listen on itunes Listen On Overcast Listen on Google Play Highlights Why Roger started growing grapes Basic qualifications for a good vineyard site The different species of grapes What's the deal with "old vines?" Hand harvesting vs. machine harvesting Ment ...…
 
Wine Road Episode 27- Wine, food and preforming art…who could ask for anything more. In this episode our special guest Stephan Stubbins, co-Executive Producer of Transcendence Theater Company discuss performing arts in Sonoma County with Millie and Dj Bethy Beth. They taste the Wine of the Day from Zialena while Bethy Beth introduces us to this ...…
 
Katherine Cole, formerly the wine columnist for The Oregonian newspaper, published her fourth wine book in April 2017. (Photo courtesy of Katherine Cole) PORTLAND, Ore. – One of the hottest trends in the world of wine – around the globe and throughout the Pacific Northwest – is rosé. And a new book by one of the West Coast’s most celebrated win ...…
 
Steve Jaxon and Dan Berger welcome Barry Herbst of Bottle Barn and this week’s special guest, Teresa Heredia, the winemaker at Gary Farrell Winery.Steve asks Teresa Heredia to tell how she became a winemaker. She says she grew up in Pittsburgh, California, which was not a wine producing region when she grew up. She went to Cal Poly San Luis Obi ...…
 
The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) at Copia recently opened in Napa right next to Oxbow. It's the first CIA institution geared to the general public and is the ultimate Napa Valley destination for exploring, experiencing, and enjoying the world of food and wine. Visitors and locals can attend cooking and beverage classes taught by CIA inst ...…
 
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