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BC Wines and Vines is a podcast for and about the BC wine industry. Talking farming, winemaking, and business with winemakers, farmers, and businesspeople. Whether you're in the wine industry or just passionate about wine, learn with us about the entire life cycle of the wine industry. This podcast is sponsored by Vintality is a supportive hub to help you realise all your vineyard aspirations using quantitative data gathering and analysis, precision viticulture tools, community connection wi ...
 
A high-seas vino-centric video series showcasing a wide variety of Napa Valley's saltiest characters including vintners, brewers, distillers, restaurateurs, mixologists and other interesting wine & food personalities expounding insider tales of the treasures and bounty found within the Napa valley. Directed by Judd Finkelstein. Music by Gordon Lustig.
 
Interviewing cidermakers importers, orchardists, foodies, farmers and cider enthusiasts around the world. Let’s delve into the semantics of cider…or is it hard cider, cidre, sidra or fermented apple juice? The truth is out there in Ciderville and we are going to find it. We toast in celebration of cider; As a libation, a gift from the gods, a taste of terroir, and a hard pressed good time. Ready to quench your thirst? Grab a glass and join this chat! See you in Ciderville!
 
For the last decade as a chef in Baltimore, Spike Gjerde has cooked with an unwavering commitment to the Mid-Atlantic—its land and waters and its community of growers. Choosing to work within his region meant that when life gave him lemons he bought verjus instead. Through this work, Spike has returned millions of dollars back to area farms and in turn discovered a distinctive Chesapeake terroir that he’s on a mission to preserve and advance. With ORIGINS, Spike presents the story of this fo ...
 
A wine podcast bringing the joys of wine to wherever you are in the world. This is the place for fun, casual wine conversations, with tips, wine facts and wine tasting to inspire your next bottle of wine or vineyard visit. Listen to Winemakers, Sommeliers and Master of Wines who share their extensive knowledge, talking about wine regions and their terroir, their favourite wine pairings and winemaking techniques. This podcast is ideal for anyone starting their wine journey and studying WSET l ...
 
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. To see new episodes sooner and to see all of the hundreds of back episodes in your feed, it is important to FOLLOW or SUBSCRIBE the show. It is free to do either, the show is free. Contact info- Email leviopenswine@gmail.com Instagram @leviopenswine Twitter @drinktothatpod Website illd ...
 
From the creators of That Boutique-y Whisky Company, That Boutique-y Broadcasting Company brings you Uncorked: Whisky Sessions - a podcast show all about whisky. Pour yourself a dram and sip along as That Boutique-y Whisky Company’s global brand ambassador and Icon of Whisky, Dave Worthington and Dr Whisky (Dr Sam Simmons, Master Blender) contribute to the biggest whisky conversations of the past, present and future. Every episode is filled with delicious-y dram and distillery discussion, gu ...
 
If you’re fascinated with cheese, and you want to take your knowledge of farmhouse cheese-making to a new level, read on..... Andy & Kathy Swinscoe at the Courtyard Dairy have recently been recording a series of in-depth video interviews with some of Britain’s foremost cheese-makers, aiming to get chapter and verse on making traditional cheese, sustainable farming, terroir, and some behind-the-scenes exclusives. The one-hour interviews explore British farmhouse cheese in depth. This series o ...
 
“The Cottonmouth Club Presents” features Master Bartender and Mixologist Michael J. Neff talking with professionals from around the globe about hospitality and humanity through the lens of bars, bartenders, spirits and cocktails. Interspersed with Neff’s unique viewpoint are conversations and sketches, all created and performed by the amazingly talented staff of The Cottonmouth Club itself.
 
A boozy podcast with bite! Each week, host Prairie Rose, founder of the award-winning cocktail and spirits blog Bit by a Fox, will talk drinking culture, imbibing through history, and what’s trending today in the world of intoxicants. She’ll talk to the personalities and experts behind the booze - from scientists and historians to master distillers, wine makers and industry insiders. Every week She'll uncover the hidden stories behind the glass, with plenty of cocktail party fodder to spare. ...
 
Denise is a London based wine blogger, originally from California. As a professional wine blogger, she meets the movers and shakers of the wine world. From the iconic European houses to the New Zealand boutique family vineyard, they all come to London. This podcast is an effort to get to know the personality behind the wine. They might be quirky, funny, charming, or taciturn but above all, they are always generous with their time and wine, wine people are some of the most interesting around. ...
 
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The boys are joined by Jamal Rayyis to discuss the limits of terroir at the Finger Lakes Excursion Riesling Festival in July 2021. This is a live recording, and we thought it was the best. Please seek out and drink more wines from the Finger Lakes and please keep asking questions about wine. //// LIST//// Set #1 "Australian Style" 2019 Pikes Tradit…
 
The boys are joined by the wonderful Chris Christensen from Bodkin and Where's Linus, to discuss "terroir," "what's bothering Duck," and Sauvignon Blanc being good actually. This is a madhouse episode, please be prepared to get weird. Please buy Chris' wines, we love them (also the Gewurtztraminer Duck drank 2 days later was UNREAL.) ////LIST//// B…
 
Who is Cider Culture Mary Bigham Owner and Publisher of Dishworks LLC, founded Cider Culture in 2014 which is an online publication that has weekly cider news post for newbie cider fans to commercial makers. Mary is a Pennsylvanian who also happens to live in the largest apple growing region of the state, Adams County. Cider Culture is her passion …
 
Cider Fueled Road Trip Day 1 We begin the road trip in New York state on the west side of the Hudson River at Stone Ridge Orchards one of the three farms that is under the umbrella of Hudson Valley Farmhouse Cider. The other two orchards are Breezy Hill, on the east side of the Hudson River and Drumlin located in Milton, NY, on the west side of the…
 
Join Steve, Nick and I as we delve into the world of wine and whisky investment. Started 10 years ago, Steve Bishop began Elite Wine and Whisky in London. Joined a year later by Nick Green, these two, and their team navigate the world of investments, focusing mostly on Scottish whisky, Bordeaux and Burgundy. We chat about investing in Californian w…
 
Grab the slippers, the house is on fire! In February of 2021, Nicole and Felix Todd had a chimney fire at the their home and the damage done made it unlivable. Having a fire even in the best of times is an ordeal, but during a pandemic is a whole other ball of wax. Felix ran out of the house in his socks, because fires are that scary and when it is…
 
The boys welcome Jon Bonné to discuss his upcoming book, The New French Wine. You should all absolutely be prepared to buy it, because if you don't we'll buy every copy with our patreon money. ////LIST//// Domaine La Bancale, VDF, 'Chair Blanche Marnes Noires,' 2019 // Domaine des Ardoisieres, IGP vin des Allobroges, 'Silece,' 2020// Chateau Masser…
 
An Apology? By a Cider Judge Busted! I am the cider judge who has been holding onto a memory from nearly 20 years ago. At that time there were very few commercial makers of cider and in turn there were very few entries into competitions. The apology stems from my time back then when I was one of the rare cider judges here in the states, thinking I …
 
Click HERE to download the transcript! Welcome to the last episode of Season One of Eat Sleep Wine Repeat ( don't worry - I will be back on 16th August!) In this episode I am talking with top Sommelier Andre Luis Martins who is Head Sommelier at The Calvary and Guards Private Members Club in London. He is a judge for the Sommelier Wine Awards, The …
 
This episode we’re joined by John Skinner, the proprietor of Painted Rock Estate Winery and president of the Okanagan Wine Initiative. John and Painted Rock have won numerous awards, from Ernst and Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year to Decanter’s 2020 Canadian Wine of the Year. John is one of the foremost champions of BC and Canadian wine, both in ad…
 
First episode in our new office ft Patrick Cappiello and Miguel de Leon. Extremely interesting and holy shit good wine. I’m at Kevin’s house rn and I can’t do a good bio I’ll fix this tomorrow ok? ////list//// La roche Blanche, vdf Blanc, ‘Sauvignon no.2,’ 2014// Dard & Ribo, crozes hermitages, ‘Les Rouges des battes,’ 2018//// Support the show (ht…
 
Join Jonah Beer and I as we discuss the fine wine world that is Napa Valley. Jonah shares the last couple decades of being involved in all things Napa, and his decision to leave Frog's Leap Winery after 18 years. In this episode, we delve into his wine journey from washing glasses at Stag's Leap Winery, to become general manager of Frog's Leap, to …
 
It's an EARNEST EPISODE despite their best efforts as the boys are joined by Andrew Yandell of Good Juice Club to discuss organic farming. If you're one of the mean wine meme accounts influenced by us, you can't make fun of us for believing in something, sorry nerds. Go and buy wine from Andrew's stellar wine club - it's basically the bomb. ////LIS…
 
We couldn't have picked two better guests with the recent news that Port Ellen, Brora, and Rosebank are set to reopen. Dr. Whisky and Boutique-y Dave are joined by none other than the legendary Colin Dunn of Diageo, and Gordon Dundas of Ian Mcleod Distillers. Past and future collide as the futures of these once lost distilleries are set to be rewri…
 
Click HERE to download the transcript. Today's episode is all about the English sparkling wines that are made by Langham Wine Estate down in Dorset. I am talking with head winemaker Tommy Grimshaw, who is one of the youngest winemakers in the UK. He we educate us all on the winemaking techniques of traditional method sparkling wine (as in Champagne…
 
The boys are joined by Broken Arms games to discuss their absolutely delightful winemaking simulation, 100 Days. Buy it on Stadia or Steam right now, and everywhere else hopefully this fall! Sorry we all sounded sweaty it was very hot and we chose nebbiolo. ////LIST//// Giulia Negri, Langhe Nebbiolo, 'Pian delle mole,' 2018//// Support the show (ht…
 
Getting Cider into the Spotlight This episode is Part 4 of the 4 Part series from CraftCon 2021 panel discussion on Bringing the Bellies to the Bar. In Part 1 we discussed "Who is Cider's Audience?" and "Who would you like the Audience to be?". In Part 2 we delved into Strategy for marketing cider. In Part 3 we we hear what both entices the panelis…
 
Tempted by Cider This episode is Part 3 of the 4 Part series from CraftCon 2021 panel discussion on Bringing the Bellies to the Bar. In Part 1 we discussed "Who is Cider's Audience?" and "Who would you like the Audience to be?". In Part 2 we delved into Strategy for marketing cider. And in this episode we hear what both entices the panelist and wha…
 
You can download the transcript HERE This episode is breaking down what is Cap Classique (also known as MCC) and it's history in South Africa. If you want to skip ahead: 1.22: What is Cap Classique and MCC 2.28: The History of Cap Classique 4.45: A brief look at the grape variety Chenin Blanc 6.08: Back to the History of Cap Classique 8.55: My Wine…
 
Duck's on vacation so Kevin is gonna attempt to describe this one. It's our final episode of Loire-dew Valley, and we've got a heady episode to go out on. Our son Jesse Shappell is in person for this most-expensive episode. We discuss pyrazines, the ephemeral experience of wine made for its own sake , and the unbearable lightness of clos rougeard. …
 
Dominik Sona is the General Manager of the Koehler-Ruprecht winery, which is located in the Pfalz region of Germany. Dominik speaks about his family history in the Pfalz and his winemaking work early in his career for a winery, Villa Wolf, in that area of Germany. He also discusses the situation for the Koehler-Ruprecht winery in 2010, when he bega…
 
Listen to Part 1 of this 4-part series by going to episode 274: Cider's Audience. Brand Strategy for Cider Brand Strategy has the same goal no matter what you are selling. In short it is to get your product or services out in front in the market place. The key is to have a strategy before you hang the "open for business" sign. This episode is Part …
 
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Who is your audience? No matter what business venture, knowing your audience (targeted consumers) is key to one's success and is the first topic of conversation for the panel discussion titled Bring the Bellies to the Bar as presented at CraftCon 2021. This virtual conference was hosted by the Three Counties Perry and Cider Association took place i…
 
Don't forget you can download the transcript HERE This episode I am joined by winemaker extraordinaire Lenz Moser. He comes from an Austrian winemaking family who really changed the wine landscape for Austria. He is currently chief winemaker for Chateau Changyu Moser XV in China, and certainly putting the wine region Ningxia on the map. You will le…
 
The boys re-step into the ring with Christy Frank but this time they are allowed to swear. I don't think we made the obvious jokes re: Pineau d'aunis, but duh, we were thinking them. The wines fucking rip and we weren't expecting that, which is a really pleasant surprise. You should probably go get some if you get a chance. Thank you to all our new…
 
Climb Every Mountain Wendy LeBlanc and Patrick Mann met in Washington State before moving to Germany to settle into the 1785 homestead owned by Patrick's parents. One would think that living near the 14,000 foot (4267.2 meter) mountains of the Pacific Northwest made this cidermaking couple inured to big mountains. They on the other hand blame the m…
 
There is no nice way to say it: this is the grumpiest Duck has been on the pod, ever, so sorry. Kevin, luckily, steers the ship of state with aplomb and the boys welcom Luke Allen Wylde of Statera Cellers and Lares Wines to discuss bubble techniques, technical winemaking, and how shitty it must be to have losers drink your wines. Support Luke at al…
 
Join Eric, Justin and I as we talk about wine and cigars. So many similarities in how to approach both areas, we delve into some of those in our chat. As co-hosts of their own show, they have a great podcasting style, as they are known to shoot the breeze about all sorts of cigar topics and about life in general. Based in New York, they publish a n…
 
Blend Cider is Like Building an Orchestra Ryan Monkman of FieldBird Cider in Ontario has helped Ria sort through the process of getting cider that has been conditon for over two years into the bottle! Now that we have learned how to make sure the cider is completely fermented, know the exact amount of sugar remaining in the cider and have done the …
 
You can download the transcript by heading HERE In this episode I am joined by Ollie Horton who left his life in the UK to go surfing in Lanzarote and then fell in love with the wines there. He now runs Wine Tours Lanzarote and also has the online wine shop https://wineshoplanzarote.com/ which sells the best Lanzarote wines to the UK and Ireland. L…
 
I swear to god, it's becoming more and more clear we only have seen like 3 movies. The boys are joined by Lauren Friel, owner of Rebel Rebel, Wild Child, and Hello Dear Annie, to discuss Romorantin, which, as we all can agree, is a grape that we have done enough research on to have thoughts. It was a silly delight. ////LIST//// Francois Cazin, Cour…
 
The Yeast and Sugar Slurry Ryan Monkman of FieldBird Cider in Ontario continue on with helping Ria get ready to bottle cider that has been conditioning for over 2 years! In this episode we discuss the amount of sugar to add, what kind of yeast to use and how to make what is known as a "slurry". The slurry - a mixture of water, yeast and sugar But l…
 
And....we're BACK, talking about some of my favorite subjects: bourbon, very fancy thousand dollar mint juleps, and the Kentucky Derby! This week's guests are Chris Morris and Elizabeth McCall, the Master Distiller and Assistant Master Distiller, respectively of Woodford Reserve, the official bourbon and Presenting Sponsor of the Kentucky Derby. On…
 
Bottle Safely to Avoid Bottle Bombs If like me you grew up in a house where your parents made homemade everything, chances are they also dabbled in making homemade soda, wine, beer, and cider. Mine sure did and I still recall hearing the popping of root beer bottles in the root cellar. Thankfully, we did have a separate room where the exploding gla…
 
To download the transcript click HERE This episode I am joined by the Global Export Director of Villa Sandi, Flavio Geretto. Villa Sandi is one of the most important producers of the Prosecco region with an extensive history. You will learn all about them and then we will be talking about the different regions of Prosecco and specifically looking a…
 
The boys are joined by the world's favorite sommelier, Miguel de Leon, to discuss Sancerre again -- but this time, it's the good kind. Forget sauv blanc, baby, we're talking pinot noir, and honey, these wines whip. Huge insane people energy episode, but frankly, if you're not going to get weird about pinot noir on limestone, what are you doing talk…
 
Join Daryl and I for another edition of The BBQ Sessions. A short episode this time, we delve into talking a bit about fortified wines, wine and cigars and I tell Daryl about some of my recent podcast guests. Mostly you hear us drinking rosé and drooling over the pistachio crusted salmon. Get ready for a fun conversation. Pull up a chair, grab a gl…
 
The Ask Ryan Series is back! In Spring of 2020 the first Ask Ryan series with Ryan Monkman of FieldBird Cider was posted. This year we return with Ryan once again to dive into more cidermaking questions. In this segment we return to more questions about oak barrels and cider and the technique known as Bâtonnage. The question: Is it okay for gross l…
 
The boys have started another season, and this one is a doozy: welcome to the Loire. It's their first in person episode in over a year, so you know there's gonna be a LOT of social anxiety. Luckily, they are talking about grolleau, which is fun and delicious and cool, but probably doesn't need the same attention as, like, chenin (do not dm me about…
 
Cider Canada / Cidre Canada Barry Rooke knows that the Canadian cider market is growing and believes in it so much that he and his partner Wendy co-founded The Cider Crate, a website that hosts their blog, a map of cidermakers in Canada, a podcast. His full time work is as Executive Director - National Campus/Community Radio Association and he is a…
 
The boys talk Massachusetts rivalries, sports, and wine distribution nitty gritty with Sam Decker of Wine and Peace. Wine and Peace, the self - described "Etsy of Wine," is probably going to be the thing that destroys your boys' careers, so this is a little bittersweet. Seriously, these guys are wonderful people to buy wine from, and anything that …
 
Don't forget you can download the transcript HERE if you want to read as we go along! This episode is all about rosé wine. We will touch on its history, then talk about the different styles, the different ways to make rosé, some great food pairings, the regions and the grapes. My winery of the week is Chateau Musar who are certainly a winery you ne…
 
George Skouras is the owner and winemaker at Domaine Skouras, located in the Peloponnese of Greece. George explains how his interest in wine first developed, and discusses his time as a student, working and living in France. He then talks about the early period of his career, making wine on the Greek island of Cephalonia. He describes a key meeting…
 
Fermenting with Quince Was Aphrodite’s Forbidden Fruit a quince or the apple? She's not talking, but cidermakers are in this panel discussion on “Fermenting with Quince” that was recorded for CiderCon2021. Quince a.k.a. Cydonia oblonga is the sole member of the genus Cydonia in the family Rosaceae. Quince is a ‘pomme’ fruit with the likes of apples…
 
Buy American Cider. Buy it for your friends. Buy it for your enemies. Don’t stop buying it until the heat death of the universe. You need this book. ////List//// Liberty Ciderworks, Washington, McIntosh, 2019 // Keepsake Cidery, Minnesota, 'Orchard Reserve,' 2020// Fenceline Cider, Colorado, 'Whip and Tongue,' (presumed 2019)// Anxo, Washington D.C…
 
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