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Between the Vines focuses on timely viticulture, business management, and Integrated Pest Management issues to help vineyards achieve commercial success. The podcast covers timely topics and research updates throughout the year. It is brought to you by the Lake Erie Regional Grape Program. This regional Extension team is a collaboration between Penn State and Cornell University.
 
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.
 
We interview guests on the good, the bad, and the ugly of coming up in the hospitality industry. Our guests share their experiences on the road to success in hospitality and other relevant industries. We share and pair the guests with a bottle of wine, cause that's what hospitality is. Pour one with us and press play. Each no-frills, heart-to-mic episode features someone in the industry whose story will motivate and inspire you on your path to success. New Episodes Every Other Tuesday @ 7 pm ...
 
Every season Hermeneutics takes on a new form. We began by learning how to speak Christian and then examined essays and sermons by Stanley Hauerwas. Now, we're exploring the Gospel of John. Simply put, on this season of Hermeneutics, you'll find three friends talking about the Gospel of John.
 
The Italian Wine Podcast began as a storytelling project dedicated to the Italian wine world. It started in March 2017 in the lead-up to major Italian wine events: OperaWine and Vinitaly, and has since become an award-winning show, recognized as one of the most frequently listened-to wine podcasts out there. Italy has more native grape varieties concentrated within its borders than any other country in the world, and Italian wine and grape diversity is a story worth telling. Meanwhile, the p ...
 
Welcome, my Creepy Kitties, to Twisted Teatime! A podcast of stories sinister and strange! Wherein I, your host, The Mad Catter, regale you with Creepypasta's, classic horror tales, and even a few original pieces. So sit back, enjoy a goblet of fermented grape tea, and settle in for some relaxing musical screams.
 
The love of wine has never been so lighthearted and fun! Grape Encounters is a bold departure from conventional wine education and enjoyment. Not long ago, wine tasting was regarded as something done by people with specially trained palates, sophisticated sensibilities and lots and lots of disposable income. Today, wine is being consumed by hundreds of millions of people who drink it simply because it is what they like. Grape Encounters is about the colorful people, the places, the ambiance ...
 
Open Up & Pour is a podcast featuring interesting people who are enthusiastic about wines and spirits and who know a good thing when they taste it. In each episode the founder of the People’s Choice Drinks Awards, Janet Harrison, chats to one or two guests, from industry insiders to regular punters, to find out what it is they love about their favourite tipple. The theme song, King of Wine, kindly supplied by The Original Rabbit Foot Spasm Band. Open Up & Pour is a Dap Dip production.
 
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 ...
 
Join two semi-professional boozehounds, Tiney and Laura, as they drink their way to becoming certified beer judge and master sommelier. Each episode of Grapes and Grain looks at one topic through both beer goggles and rosé-colored glasses to see how the libations are similar and how they’re different. Grab a drink, tune in and join the party.New episodes every Tuesday Boozeday.
 
Grapes of Passion is a podcast hosted by two women, Angelina and Penelope, who regularly get together to drink wine and talk about sex. Join them for classy wine reviews and an exploration into all the aspects of sex you never learned about in school. Sex toys, fetishes, insecurities, fantasies...and if you subscribe to their Patreon page, you will have the pleasure of listening to exclusive content including personal experiences, uncut interviews, and more.
 
A show about four friends who love three things, Wine and Star Wars. Join Anne, Emigh, Jason, and Scott as they journey through the world of wine and discover why they love this beverage (and Star Wars) so much. And remember, it's just grape juice. Visit our website: www.winewarspodcast.com Twitter: @winewarspodcast
 
Wine 101 is a wine podcast for the everyday wine lover. Once a week VinePair's tastings director Keith Beavers will breakdown everything from how wine is made to wine regions of the world in easy-to-digest fashion giving the listener the confidence they need on their wine journey. Follow Keith on Instagram for episode previews and general wine lover musings @vinepairkeith See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
What We’re Tasting is a weekly podcast from Wine Enthusiast. Three highly rated wines are the focus of each episode, providing a jumping off point for deeper discussion of a country, region, grape, producer, and style. Our expert guests will entertain and educate, adding personal insight and experience to help you increase your wine knowledge. We’ll also go beyond the bottle to discuss food pairing, wine country travel, and trends.
 
Hello and Welcome to The Winedude - a show for those Excited about wine tasting but too poor to be a snob... Designed to introduce, educate and show the new tasters that there are no rules to wine tasting. Just drink what you like, and like what you drink - Don't let Anyone tell you whats good or bad...just enjoy ypur wine and have a good time... We will take you to backroad wineries in California and introduce you to some great wines picking up some special friends on the way.....
 
Hang out in the (virtual) park every Monday with three Grape Friends as they try and make the wine world a little more palatable for everyone. Each week we tackle three wines on a theme, offer tips on how to find them in your local wine shop, and answer listener questions. Remember, there are no dumb questions in wine!
 
Jamie King, AKA, The Slay Coach is your no Bulls**t unicorn Business Coach Combines Mindset +Spirituality + Actual Strategy to help you scale your business quickly! Jamie went from 3 years of $2-3K months as a bored fitness coach to a quarter of a million dollar business, in under year, while raising 3 tiny humans. Her passion is teaching women how to build a well balanced soul business, while not lose their minds on their kids (or fur kids). This podcast is a must subscribe for any soul dri ...
 
A deep exploration into all things wine, with a fun, friendly approach. From grapes, vines, regions, pairings, to the importance of the correct stem ware. Raise a glass with your hosts, Pam and James as they share with you in a genuine and inviting manner. You'll get good practical information, while learning the how's and why's without the snobbery.
 
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Up Next! Rivesh Chalise is a natural-born hustler who was born and raised in VA. He’s also known our host for over 10 years, so he’s considered a brother to us. He’s doing a lot in the world that is pretty groundbreaking. So much we can't even tell you, you need to listen to this episode to find out. Ok well.. we'll tell you this much. We'll talk a…
 
2 Samuel 11.26-12.13a, Psalm 51.1-12, Ephesians 4.1-16, John 6.24-35; How important is it to know the whole story? What does the joy of salvation look like? Why is there so much denominational disunity? These questions and more on this episode of Strangely Warmed with guest April Little. April is the co-host of the Reclaiming The Garden podcast.Hos…
 
Our guest for #316 is Brian Kaylor. Brian Kaylor, Word&Way Editor & President since 2016, is an award-winning writer and sought-after expert on issues of religion, politics, and communication. He also hosts the award-winning podcast “Baptist Without An Adjective.” In addition to articles and editorials for Word&Way, his writings have been published…
 
Binding things together entails more than one thing! Also, the hyssop (or "eizov"), and its uses in the process of purification. Also, materials that might usually be used for food (and therefore be able to be rendered impure) and use them for roofing, there are ways to use them in ways that won't be rendered impure. For example, grapes are obvious…
 
John Herndon of Tortoise on his solo work as A Grape Dope, his recent record, Arthur King Presents A Grape Dope: Backyard Bangers, living in Los Angeles, how he got into music and drumming, future plans, and much more! Supported by you on Patreon, Pizza Trokadero, the Bookshelf, Planet Bean Coffee, and Grandad's Donuts. Support Y.E.S.S. and Black W…
 
On this episode of Spoon Mob's Chefs & Guests podcast series, Ray talks with certified sommelier Kendeigh Worden about how she got her start with wine, leaving her teaching career, making the jump to the wine industry, taking the certified sommelier exam, her time working in restaurants around Columbus, how covid helped her focus on her passion, bl…
 
Poet turned sommelier turned poet, Amanda Smeltz left Pennsylvania to study at Marquette in Milwaukee. She stayed in Milwaukee, one of the world’s great food and wine capitols to learn hospitality before returning to New York. A longtime Brooklynite, Amanda worked at groundbreaking Roberta’s in Bushwick, Daniel Boulud’s Bar Boulud and Boulud Sud, a…
 
Sleeping under a bed - is doing so an obstruction to fulfilling one's obligation of sleeping in a sukkah? Does it get in the way of the schach above? Part of this halakhic discussion includes the story of Tavi, the servant of Rabban Gamliel, who was not Jewish. His sleeping under the bed is used to "prove" that the bed is an impediment. Also, leani…
 
The Basque Country in northeastern Spain lies on the Bay of Biscay and abuts the Pyrenees Mountains, a mere 18 mi/30 km from the French border. Until about a decade ago, this area was relatively unknown as a wine region. But with the rise of Basque cuisine, an increased interest from wine buyers in native varietals, and a desire for lower alcohol, …
 
Ep. 621 Rebecca Lawrence interviews Jodie Hellman in this episode of VoicesMore about Jodie:Jodie is an avid traveller and she especially loves Italy and attending the massive trade shows such as Vinitaly and visiting wineries all around the country. Currently she is the Sales Consultant for Johnson Brothers Distribution – Nevada - selling wine, sp…
 
Janet Beveridge Bean and Rick Rizzo talk about Eleventh Dream Day and their new album, Since Grazed, critical thinking, basketball, overcoming pain, neurology, Neil Young, future plans, and more! Supported by you on Patreon, Pizza Trokadero, the Bookshelf, Planet Bean Coffee, and Grandad's Donuts. Support Y.E.S.S. and Black Women United YEG. Follow…
 
In the ongoing discussion of the mats and their acceptability as schach, we find some rabbinic interlude, which brings us to: Who's Who: Rabbi Hiya. Plus, more on the mats themselves. The question of whether they are acceptable continues to revolve around the potential they have to be rendered impure - regardless of the variety of materials that ca…
 
Ep. 620 Monty Waldin interviews Andrea Vincenzo of Azienda Capoano on this episode of Biodynamic & Organic.More about the Capoano Winery:A small company with long big history, Baroni Capoano is a winery specializing in the production of small batches of very high-quality wine, with a very varied selection. The Capoano family, which gives the compan…
 
2 Samuel 11.26-12.13a, Psalm 51.1-12, Ephesians 4.1-16, John 6.24-35; How important is it to know the whole story? What does the joy of salvation look like? Why is there so much denominational disunity? These questions and more on this episode of Strangely Warmed with guest April Little. April is the co-host of the Reclaiming The Garden podcast. Ho…
 
When something comes off a sukkah, it's treated like a sukkah - whatever does that mean? The Gemara offers 4 possibilities, including a discussion of shade vs. sunlight. Also, 2 mishnayot - the first of which is undermined by a contradictory beraita and R. Yosi's practice. The second mishnah allows for sukkah mats for schach, as long as they've bee…
 
This episode of the Podcast is a Zoom recording with Lance Vande Hoef who represents the grape machine harvest equipment for Pellenc in the US. We recorded this podcast with video in order to make it available as a Youtube video to show some of the Pellenc equipment in action. Pellenc makes tractors, harvesting machines, destemmers, sorters, and ha…
 
Ep. 619 Steve Raye interviews Deborah Parker Wong in this episode of Get US Market Ready With Italian Wine People.More about Deborah Parker WongDeborah Parker Wong, DipWSET was appointed National Editor, USA for the Slow Food Slow Wine guide in 2020. As global wine editor for sister publications the SOMM Journal and The Tasting Panel magazines, she…
 
It's finally ready for the masses! We recorded this show in Chris's backyard next to the studio with an audience of friends. Eric Carter-Landin was gracious enough to be the host of this mess. We take you through some of our history the best we can with our alcohol couded memories. The audio is not studio quality as it was a live show with an audie…
 
Deal me in! Tarot card reader Jenna Lynne Roberts joins the You Tried Dat?? crew to try some ranch flavored snacks: Farmstand Ranch Kettle Chips, Zesty Ranch Veggie Straws, and Spicy Ranch Doritos 3D Crunch Chips. They also discuss how Jenna got into Tarot before she gives each member of YTD a Tarot card reading. Find Jenna at Present Path Tarot an…
 
Lavud... What if you have a gap of less than 3 tefachim in the middle of the schach? Specifically, if your sukkah is larger than the minimum. Which leads to a discussion of the purity issues of a sukkah in this way, and the absolute heritage of how impurity works in this kind of case. Note the methodology here, in terms of seeking halakhic parallel…
 
Spoiler alert: Yep! Well, sometimes. Learn how one African ant species nurses its wounded soldiers, yielding a surprising survival rate, in this classic episode of BrainStuff, based on this article: https://animals.howstuffworks.com/insects/ants-rescue-treat-wounded-comrades.htm Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.c…
 
Chinese 5-spice powder can contain a lot of things (including more than five spices), but it's all rooted in ancient medicine and philosophy. Learn more in this classic episode of BrainStuff, based on this article: https://recipes.howstuffworks.com/food-facts/chinese-five-spice-powder-tasty-and-not-necessarily-five-spices.htm Learn more about your …
 
Welcome to Fireside Chat with Alison Napjus, a Clubhouse Saturday Special - this special episode is hosted by Stevie Kim - recorded on Clubhouse and replayed here on the Italian Wine Podcast!About AlisonAlison Napjus joined Wine Spectator in 2000, and was promoted to senior editor in 2012 and tasting director in 2016. She is lead taster for the win…
 
Looking for the stages that clarify the previous mishnah. A bed can, of course, be rendered impure and then be purified. Even if the bed is dismantled... Whereas, mats woven from various reeds and grasses - which are apparently too small. And lastly of those cases - digging into a grain pile to make a sukkah, depending on the measure of the hole yo…
 
It's rare that all of a plane's engines fail, but when they do, a pilot can still glide the aircraft to a safe landing. Learn more in this episode of BrainStuff, based on this article: https://science.howstuffworks.com/transport/flight/modern/how-far-can-plane-go-no-engines.htm Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.co…
 
Episode 618 - Day 1 - Part 1 of Professore Attilio Scienza's Seminars at the Vinitaly International Academy (Translated into English by Francesco Marchio).Welcome to another installment of #everybodyneedsabitofscienza. Class is in session! Follow the Professore in his advanced Wine Seminars during the Vinitaly International Ambassador Certification…
 
A daf with 2 mishnayot. The first has 3 different disputes in the span of the one mishnah, which focuses on wooden boards that can be used for schach, depending on the finished product. How wide can the board be? What if you remove a board? And most importantly, perhaps, how do we apply other basic sukkah concepts to this new scenario of sukkah. Al…
 
On this week's episode of Spoon Mob's Chefs & Guests podcast series, executive chef Matt Walton of The Guild House joins the podcast to chat about his family connection to restaurants, how he got his start, going to Ohio State University before enrolling at the Culinary Institute at Bradford, working at Marcella's and The Refectory at the same time…
 
Matthew Panzarino returns to the show. Topics include: Apple’s new MagSafe Battery Pack, the Amnesty-International-Led exposé of NSO Group’s state-sponsored phone hacking, the Safari 15’s controversial new UI and Apple’s response, and a look back at year one of Apple Silicon for Macs. Also: pizza. Sponsored by: Hello Fresh: America’s #1 Meal Kit Sq…
 
Ep. 612 Welcome to this special On The Road Edition in which Federica Boffa of Pio Cesare talks with Stevie Kim about the Winery in the area of Alba. This is Part 3 of Stevie's visit to Pio Cesare and her Part 2 of her discussion with Federica!More About Pio Cesare:Pio Cesare has been producing wines for 135 years and through five generations in it…
 
Steph Yates discusses Cots and her new album, Disturbing Body, being quieter, loving alone time, vulnerable videos, working with Sandro Perri and Scott Merritt, future plans, and much more! Supported by you on Patreon, Blackbyrd Myoozik, Pizza Trokadero, the Bookshelf, Planet Bean Coffee, and Grandad's Donuts. Support Y.E.S.S. and Black Women Unite…
 
A follow-up to the hyssop/"eizov" discussion. Also, continuing the case of one who harvested grain and then decided not to eat it, but to use it for schach. Where both action and intent can be relevant, and action demonstrates intent. Plus, turning straw over with a pitchfork. Which leads into a comparison between the prayers of tzadikim and a pitc…
 
Ep. 616 Rebecca Lawrence interviews Francesca Massone in this episode of VoicesFrancesca Massone talks about her decision to dedicate a wine label from her famous winery to the Royal Ballet in London; she is a winemaker, but she is also a philanthropist and supporter of the arts, this is the story of how she has been able to marry all these element…
 
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