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Wine for Normal People
Ep 401: Easy Wine Cocktails to Make You the Hero of Holiday Hosting

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 35:00


Wine is essential to the Thanksgiving meal, and of course we discuss some pairing strategies as we do every year. Our quick “greatest hits” is from the TV spot I did with WWLP in Massachusetts, where I discussed wine pairing – check it out here: https://www.wwlp.com/massappeal/picking-the-perfect-wine-for-thanksgiving/  After we do a review, the focus of this show is how to wow the crowd with easy wine cocktails. You can use what you have on hand or grab a few basic items and you'll become the holiday host of the season. We talk about these marvelous cocktails, with tips on how to make them, but as promised the links to the recipes are below.   1. Apple Cider Mimosa: The key to this one is to make sure you rim the glass with sugar and cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice. It's not hard to add sparkling wine to apple cider, but the festive rim with it's delicious spices will make the drink shine. Here's the link to the recipe: : https://wine365.com/fall-cocktails/   2. Cranberry Mimosa: A variation on a theme, this time you want to use a little less cranberry juice and more sparkling wine to ensure the blend doesn't taste too tart or bitter. Again, the key to a delicious drink is going to be the sugar-rimmed glass. Recipe: https://stressbaking.com/wprm_print/6796   3. Kir/Kir Royale: A classic wine cocktail from Burgundy, this couldn't be easier to make. No recipe needed – 2 parts Aligoté, Chablis, or an unoaked, fairly neutral wine with excellent acidity, to 1 part Crème de Cassis (dark red liqueur from blackcurrants) and you're in business. If you want to go nuts, go for the Kir Royale and use Champagne or sparkling wine instead of dry white!  Photo: Kir Royale from Pixabay   4. The New York Sour: According to Liquor.com, this drink has been around for at least 140 years (and they claim that despite the name, it originated in Chicago!). It's a spin on a Whiskey Sour – the classic with rye or bourbon, lemon juice, simple syrup, and, for a touch of salmonella, a raw egg white. This drink is the same ingredients, but after the Whiskey Sour is shaken and poured, you very slowly pour red wine on top and you get a pretty looking red wine float, which also adds some great fruitiness and acidity to the drink. Here are details: https://www.liquor.com/recipes/new-york-sour/ Photo: Unsplash 5. Hot Spiced Wine: I love this recipe because it include kirsch/cherry brandy. The base of the drink is red wine and kirsch but the get and go is all about the spices you add – peppercorns, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, and various citrus zest make this wine cocktail really sing. A perfect wine for a cold, fall day. And you can make a huge vat of it ahead of time and reheat it for guests! Check out the recipe here: https://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/hot-spiced-wine     6. Murderer's Row: I know I should have introduced this one for Halloween, but the fact that this cocktail includes Port, and I really love the idea of serving Port with dessert (but I understand you may not want a lot left over!), makes it an MVP for a big holiday meal. Crush up blackberries, then grab some Port, bourbon, lemon juice, pear juice, and simple syrup, shake it up and you will be the hero of the night…and feel free to rename the cocktail to (YOUR NAME HERE) Row! Recipe:  https://wine365.com/fall-cocktails/ Photo: Unsplash 7. The Paysan from the now closed restaurant, Poste in Washington, D.C.: As I say in the show, Chambord with anything pretty much wins the day for me. This wine cocktail is like a dream come true – fruity red, cranberry juice, orange juice and Chambord with zests of various citrus fruits and BAM! A delicious wine cocktail is born. Here is the link to the recipe: https://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/paysan   8. The Francophile: I have no idea why the recipe here calls for Rioja when it's called the Francophile so I've changed it to incorporate Bordeaux (Merlot-based, basic Bordeaux is perfect. It should have some tannin and acidity to offset the brandy). This is another variation of mulled wine, this time with Calvados, the apple-brandy that is an AOC and is required to be aged in oak before it's released. You can go high rent or get another apple brandy, but either way, the combo of Calvados, Bordeaux, cinnamon simple syrup ,and lemon juice heated up will make you the hostess with the mostess/host with the most. Here is the recipe: https://www.liquor.com/recipes/francophile/ Photo: Unsplash   Happy Thanksgiving or happy fall – either way, we are grateful to you for listening and for your support!!   ________________________________________________ Thanks for our sponsors this week: Wine Access: Access to the best wines for the best prices! 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The Grape Nation
Christophe Baron, Bionic Wines

The Grape Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 79:28


Christophe Baron's family dates back to the mid 17th Century in Charly sur Marne in Champagne. He studied viticulture in Champagne and Burgundy. After meeting an American in Burgundy, Christophe was convinced to head west to Oregon and Washington and discovered their stony vineyards. He bought his first vineyard, Cayuse in 1997, now farming biodynamically. Christophe has unstoppable energy, ambition, curiosity, and a respect for the land. His Bionic Wine's portfolio is mind-boggling including Champagne Christophe Baron, Cayuse, Hors Categorie, Horsepower, and No Girls. Christophe's wines have reached cult status along with critical acclaim. The question to Christophe— is all that enough and what's next?Photo Courtesy of Christophe Baron.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support The Grape Nation by becoming a member!The Grape Nation is Powered by Simplecast.

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine
Maintaining Ex-Chateau Quality w/ Denis Houles and Erik Portanger, 1275 Collections

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 49:56


Having experienced the difference in taste from wines sourced ex-chateau versus the secondary market, Denis Houles, CEO of 1275 Collections, is on a mission to create a new wine asset class of pristine conditions wines. Denis and Erik Portanger, Head of Strategy at 1275 Collections, tell us about the industry-wide issues around provenance, particularly with transportation and storage, and how 1275 leverages technology and direct chateaux relationships to build a solution to keep the wines as if they never left the chateaux. Detailed Show Notes: Denis' backgroundHe grew up in the south of France, fell in love with wine in BordeauxMIT engineering grad lived in Rome, got a Stanford MBA, and worked at McKinsey & Company in LondonBelieves in working in what you're passionate about and founded Claret Club in 2003 - a private members club centered around wine, having chefs crafts food around the wine instead of vice versaErik's backgroundA financial journalist for the Wall Street Journal in London was about to also write about personal passions, which was wineHe went to 1st Claret Club even in 2003 with Chateau Palmer and had his 1st wine epiphany1275 Collections OverviewFully documented, fully transparent way of collecting pristine wine from chateauxBased in the freeport of Geneva - wines held in bond, no sales taxes until removedPurchase directly from chateaux or negociant, sometimes get back vintages“Internet of Bottles” - NFC chips with credit card grade security, for provenance and monitoring of temperature and humidity, pairs with a mobile appData per bottle and case, only tracked while in 1275's controlProvenance: issues with storage and transportationProvenance is more than just not being fake, but also how many hands the wine has passed through and storage conditionsFine wine often moved between warehouses in trucks - often unrefrigeratedLVMH launched its own traceability platform called AuraOctavian Vaults in the UK - requests for photos of bottles has increased ~30% each year for the last few years, highlighting the growing consumer awareness of strong provenanceProvenance premiumSome are high, e.g., DRC from Drouhin cellar sold for ~$500k/bottleHistorically, the premium is meager - ~2-3% because most wines are bought and sold by tradersPremium increasing over time - auctions and library wines sold from chateaux selling for higher premiumsTraceability solutionsPure trackingComprehensive - tracking and monitoring (temperature, humidity)eProvenance is a B2B solution for wineries and importers1275 Collections believes a fully traceable stock of wines will come1275 believes wine damage from storage/handling is a more significant issue than counterfeit winesWine StorageThere is minimal research on the impacts of storageThe more researched area is the impact of transportation  - road transportation is worse than cargo shipsLack of transparency and accountability in the industryKey things to track - temperature, temperature fluctuations (change pressure in the bottle), humidity, circulation of air (to prevent mold), lack of contaminants (free of bad smells) - mostly TCA1275 Business ModelEnd-to-end solution for people who want a great wine collection, direct from estates with technology to have full traceabilityCollections start at €25,0002% annual management fee (includes sourcing, transportation, insurance, and storage)For €100,000+ - a one-off advisory fee of €4,000 and lower management fees (1.4-1.8%)~€15M+ under management currently (October 2021)

Bill Handel on Demand
The Bill Handel Show - 7a - The Contents of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Package and Burgundy vs. Maroon

Bill Handel on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 28:37


Bill Handel talks about President Biden's bipartisan Infrastructure Package and its contents. Schools are embracing more COVID-19 testing over quarantine in efforts to keep kids in class. Police have a took to take guns away from potential shooters, but many aren't using it. And what's the difference between maroon and burgundy? One gunman's lawyers are arguing they're not the same.

I Have A Podcast
Damien Fahey and I Have A Podcast (Part 2): I Want My MTV

I Have A Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 15:48


We're hanging out with Damien Fahey! We talk about ways to create your own opportunities, finding creative flow, the importance of taking inventory of the talent you're surrounded by...  Conversation Timestamps: 00:13 - Damien Fahey Intro by Vinnie 00:41 - Preparing for My Audition  01:28 - Waiting My Turn 02:00 - The Moment I Knew I Wanted This 03:41 - Seeing Signs 04:00 - Staying In Touch After An Audition 04:44 - Just Have Fun 05:31 - Nothing Happens Overnight 06:54 - Bring Your Dad to Work 08:00 - Burgundy, but Damien 09:01 - Times Square, NY  09:51 - Getting THE Phone Call 11:25 - When You Know, You Know 13:35 - Getting Creative In Castings 14:30 - The Secret Sauce 15:40 - What Happened After MTV Was...  Follow DAMIEN FAHEY Instagram: www.instagram.com/damienfahey Follow VINNIE POTESTIVO LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/vinniepotestivo Instagram: www.instagram.com/vinniepotestivo Clubhouse: www.joinclubhouse.com/@vinniepotestivo Follow I HAVE A PODCAST: Instagram: www.instagram.com/ihaveapodcast YouTube: www.youtube.com/vpetv Episodes, show notes & transcripts: www.ihaveapodcast.com   Connect with VPE, INC: Vinnie's Services: www.vpetalent.com Connect with IHAP: ihap@vpetalent.com LEAVE US A REVIEW: www.ratethispodcast.com/ihap

Jasper Morris Inside Burgundy
Burgundy with Jasper Morris MW - The Wine Conversation

Jasper Morris Inside Burgundy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 38:48


Episode Summary:-Jasper Morris MW, one of the world's leading experts on Burgundy, talks to Sarah Kemp about the region and the new edition of his award-winning book, Inside Burgundy, which has just been published. The first edition was published over ten years ago and Jasper discusses the updated book and the aspects of Burgundy which have been affected by climate change.In the new edition, he has gone into more detail on lesser-known areas, such as Monthélie, Fixin, and the Maconnais, and tells Sarah he regrets not being able to cover Beaujolais, but, he notes, “after 800 pages, a book has to be bound by hand.” The new edition is 150 pages longer than the first, and describes more than 1,200 vineyards and 300 wine villages, as well as appraising 700 domaines. He discusses how climate change has affected the vintages and discloses how the producers have responded to new conditions. Jasper explains how the changing patterns of airflow and wind has meant that the polar air currents are much weaker and are sliding down, and how there are now fewer southwestern winds, but more north and south, which are both dry. “People have to manage extreme weather events, plus a generally hot and dryer climate,” he says. Jasper also talks about the different measures the producers are taking to deal with the new climate conditions, including electric cables (which are already used in Chablis, but need large water supplies), mobile wind turbines and smudge pots, though, he adds, some producers are reluctant to use them, as they are petro-chemical based. The rise of Aligoté is something that Jasper tells Sarah he is in favour of, as it is properly Burgundian, and takes longer to ripen, which brings freshness and acidity. He believes that canopy management is crucial, and rootstock needs looking at, as some rootstock is failing. He reports that the picking window has changed and producers need to be ready to go earlier than before. “People are going to have to be a lot more intelligent about their picking dates,” he states. The use of whole bunch and partial bunch fermentation is also discussed. “2014 and 2017 had wider windows for picking because the sugars weren't galloping, and that's why those two are amongst my favourite two white Burgundy vintages,” Jasper reveals. He explains he likes early-ripening sites less than before and has found that Pommard “is hitting a wonderful streak of exciting wines.”Sarah asks him what had surprised him most when writing the second edition. “Aligoté has leapt forward,” he replies. They discuss premature oxidation and Sarah asks if it has gone away. “No, but it nearly has,” he replies. Jasper then talks about how the different vintages are developing for both reds and whites, which vintages to keep and which to drink, plus his favourites. Finally, the question of value is raised by Sarah and Jasper advises to look at some of the best producers in lesser communes. He also suggests there is true value to be found in Monthélie, Saint-Romain, the Hautes Côtes and the Maconnais.“It was this frost in 2021 which has made people realise quite how serious it is.”— JASPER MORRIS MWSubscribe to my website and get full access to my scores, tasting notes, detailed write-ups on producers and much more:https://www.insideburgundy.com/register/Daily updates on our Instagram: @insideburgundy#JMIBLive #JasperMorris

The Daily Good
Episode 408: Paris heads toward more cycling, a great coffee fact, the beauty of the canals of Burgundy, the powerful and good genius of Lin Manuel Miranda, and more…

The Daily Good

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 16:49


Good News: The government of the city of Paris is moving into the second phase of their plan to make the whole metro area 100% cyclable, link HERE. The Good Word: A truly thought-provoking quote from George Bernard Shaw. Good To Know: A pretty impressive fact about coffee… Good News: At the COP26 conference, over […]

The Travel Diaries
Jessica Nabongo, first black woman to visit every country in the world

The Travel Diaries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 61:43


Jessica Nabongo is the first black woman in history to have visited all 195 countries in the world. On top of that, she travelled to 89 of these countries solo. All by the age of 35. She's an influencer, photographer and businesswoman, and shares with us what she learnt throughout this epic journey. From Tuvalu and Eritrea to Turkmenistan and Djibouti, Jessica's travel diaries literally take us all over the world.Destination Recap:Punta Mita, Mexico UgandaQueen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda,Lamu, KenyaJapanMt Fuji, JapanHiroshima, Japan Bali, IndonesiaNamibia Islamabad, PakistanLahore, PakistanIran especially IsfahanColombiaCubaMerowe, SudanSenegalEritreaMasawa, EritreaTuvalu Lake Assal, Djibouti The Door to Hell, Turkmenistan South SudanMoldovaBelarusTashkent, Samarkand & Termez, UzbekistanVenice, ItalyGreenlandSantiago de Cuba, CubaFor more of Jessica's adventures you can pre-order her first book on Amazon. It will be published by National Geographic and is out in May 2022. In the meantime, you can follow her on Instagram @jessicanabongo. Jessica's new project, The Nabongo List: is a new luxury, travel membership that gives you the best in local, luxury and unique experiences all around the world, curated by JessicaA big thank you to today's sponsors for their support of the podcast.DK Eyewitness - What better way to find that next adventure than with a DK Eyewitness book? Get new editions of their award-winning DK Eyewitness and Top 10 travel guides, or for the intrepid explorer, there's Outdoor Europe. Click the link, or visit your local bookshop.COMO Hotels and Resorts - COMO's collection of 14 luxury boutique hotels and resorts are in some of the world's most desirable destinations. A new hotel has been announced for 2022, COMO Le Montrachet in Burgundy, France. Find out more about COMO's beautiful hotels and resorts by visiting Comohotels.comAdnams - The home of premium gins. Get 10% off your first purchase with Adnams using code TRAVEL10.Freddie's Flowers - Get your first two boxes half price, at just £12.50 each with the code TRAVEL50 at freddiesflowers.comBritish Airways x Visit Florida - Book your trip with confidence at BA.com/FloridaAnd to hear future episodes as soon as they're released don't forget to hit subscribe or “follow” on your podcast app of choice.To find out who's joining me on next week's episode, come and follow me on Instagram, I'm @hollyrubenstein - I'd love to hear from you. If you can't wait until then, there's always the first five seasons to catch up on, with guests from Michael Palin and Heston Blumenthal, to Sir Ranulph Fiennes to Hugh Bonneville. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Fine Wine Confidential Podcast
EPISODE # 28 CORRY CRAIGHILL/SEPTENARY WINERY & ASHLEIGH WHITE/GLEN MANOR VINEYARDS

Fine Wine Confidential Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 42:02


Both Corry Craighill & Ashleigh White have had an interesting start to their careers in the wine industry.  Corry has made wine all over the world and Ashleigh has worked on the West Coast and the East Coast of this country.While Ashleigh had the good  fortune to have her uncle, Jeff White turn the family farm into a vineyard, thus providing her with an opportunity to take a shot at winegrowing-- Corry started by working in the tasting room at Jefferson Vineyards for her first taste of what the wine industry is about.  In my opinion they both have years of success ahead of them and I am sure will make a positive contribution to the future of winegrowing in Virginia.HIGHLIGHTS OF THE INTERVIEW:a). Corry details the early start to her career when she worked in the cellar or vineyard at Blenheim Vineyards, in Australia, where she says because of the size of the operation she hated it. In South Africa and after that back to Blenheim, then Oregon and Central Coast of California.  worked with Michael Shaps and even did a brief stint in Burgundy.  All of this at a fairly young age.b). Ashleigh describes working in California in the Central Coast with Raj Parr and Sashi Moorman, and then back to the vineyards and cellar at Glen Manor Vineyards.  While she never intended this to be her career path, she is loving it and is all in.c). Corry is voted winemaker of the year in Loudoun County in 2019 when she was at Sunset Hills and then takes the position at Septenary and leaves Loudoun for the Monticello AVA and Charlottesville.d).  Both Ashleigh & Corry offer their opinions on the present and future of Virginia wines and provide an interesting perspective from the younger generation.Much, much, more.  Check it out by listening the the Episode or read the Transcript.

A Cork in the Road
Episode 5.2 - Winemaker Cabell Coursey, Coursey Graves

A Cork in the Road

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 34:15


This episode features winemaker Cabell Coursey of Coursey Graves in California. Originally from Atlanta, GA, Cabell talks about how he first cut his teeth in the vineyards and cellars of Burgundy, New Zealand, and Willamette Valley before establishing his California career making benchmark wines in the Napa and Russian River valleys. He talks about why he believes in wines that have a sense of place and how he strives to make wines with transparency, revealing not only the character of the vineyard and vintage, but also the history and potential of his craft. We discuss how his care and attention dedicated to each growing season transcends from the vineyard to the cellar. The Coursey Graves 40-acre estate is surrounded by the rugged terrain of Bennett Mountain with southwestern exposure and a volcanic soil composition of red clay, basalt boulders, and shattered rock. Even after two dozen harvests, Cabell recognizes how each one still shapes him as a vintner and winemaker. He also shares what he likes most about coming back to visit his family in Atlanta and how exciting it is to see the Southeast wine scene continue to evolve. Follow @courseygraves to see updates from their estate and learn more about their wine portfolio by visiting www.courseygraves.com. Recorded October 25, 2021 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/acorkintheroad/support

The Black Wine Guy Experience
The BYOB King! How Mark Iacono built Lucali's into an NYC institution brick by brick and bottle by bottle

The Black Wine Guy Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 86:24


The BYOB King! How Mark Iacono built Lucali's into an NYC institution brick by brick and bottle by bottleMJ's guest is a chef and owner of the one of the most sought after pizzerias in all of Brooklyn, Mark Iacono. Born and raised in Carroll Gardens, Mark Iacono grew up fully immersed in Italian American culture. He was a regular neighborhood kid. He enjoyed his grandmother's cooking, playing centerfield, and trips to the local candy shop with his father. Then in 2006 without any experience in the culinary arts or restaurant business, Mark opened his now iconic pizzeria, Lucali - its location in the very same storefront of the candy shop his father had taken him to throughout his childhood. Lucali has become a B.Y.O.B. destination for wine collectors — the front window is lined with empty Burgundy bottles, including a 1971 La Tâche. Mark's clientele include the likes of Jay-Z and Beyonce, Paul McCartney, and David Beckham. Mark has appeared in New York Magazine, Insider, the Today Show, Late Night with Seth Meyers and Netflix's Ugly Delicious. He hosted (3) seasons of Thrillist's Really Dough? series.Mark and MJ discuss the possibilities of unexpected culinary education and running a business in your childhood neighborhood. A huge thank you to Mark IaconoCheck out his restaurant at www.lucalibrooklyn.com Follow them on IG @lucali_bkThis episode's in studio wine:Le Redini2017 Tenuta degli Dei Dei Le Redini______________________________________________________________Until next time, cheers to the mavericks, philosophers, deep thinkers and wine drinkers! Don't forget to subscribe and be sure to give The Black Wine Guy Experience a five-star review on whichever platform you listen to.For insider info from MJ and exclusive content from the show sign up at Blackwineguy.comFollow MJ @blackwineguy Thank you to our sponsor Paso Robles, that region of wine country with many diverse microclimates that allows for a stunning array of grapes to thrive in. It's made up of over 200 family owned wineries, making a beautiful variety of wines. Love this podcast? Love the cool content? Get a producer like mine by reaching out to the badass team at Necessary Media. www.necessarymediaproductions.com@necessary_media_ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

DOTJ - Drinking On The Job
Episode 129: Double Zero Wines, the new Gold Standard for Domestic Chard and Pinot

DOTJ - Drinking On The Job

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 38:20


00- Double Zero Wines- are  profound! Their  global vision of excellence extends beyond Oregon into Burgundy and Champagne.  They use wine making techniques that have been around  for 100's of years in France.  It helps to have a connection to DRC,  Coche-Dury and Roulot. 

Wine Makers Show : le podcast sur le vin
#53 - Francine Picard - Domaines Picard

Wine Makers Show : le podcast sur le vin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 63:49


Les domaines Picard font partie de ces grands noms de la Bourgogne. Francine, à la tête de ces derniers,  met tout en oeuvre pour faire exprimer les grands terroirs Bourguignons. Alors qu'elle grandi dans le vin, Francine commence sa carrière très loin du raisin et du vignoble. Elle y revient toutefois et se consacre désormais pleinement aux domaines.  J'ai passé un excellent moment avec Francine, à la découverte d'une partie de la Bourgogne et de son travail. Je la remercie encore pour ce moment et je vous souhaite une excellente écoute.  Suivre nos aventure : Retrouvez tous nos articles sur www.vin-survin.fr  Suivez nous sur Instagram

Redskins Talk
BRONCOS PREVIEW: Going back & forth on Deshaun Watson, evaluating the Denver game and a 1-on-1 with Jamin Davis

Redskins Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 53:30


JP Finlay, Mitch Tischler and Pete Hailey kick off this Washington Football Talk with a few smaller topics before getting into one major topic and then closing the proceedings out with a few more smaller topics. At the start, they look at the NFC playoff picture — yes, the NFC playoff picture — and where Washington fits before debating which injured player's absence has been the most harmful. Then, it's major topic time, and that major topic is Deshaun Watson. Should the Burgundy and Gold pursue him or is he off limits? Not surprisingly, there's a lot to unpack there. And then to wrap up, the hosts hit their 100 Chips, Over/Unders and Benjamin Franklin segments before tossing to JP's 1-on-1 with Jamin Davis, where the rookie explains how the game is beginning to slow down for him. If you like podcasts where JP reveals his new retirement dream and there's a totally bizarre junkyard/bed analogy, then this is the episode for you.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Grape Nation
William Carroll, Gramercy Tavern

The Grape Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 69:18


St. Louis born William Carroll headed east and grew up in Irvington, NY. William literally went from bus boy to Burgundy expert and everything in-between. He did fine wine sales, studied at Le Cordon Bleu, worked at Restaurant Lasserre in Paris, and headed back to NY for a lengthy stint at Dan Barber's Blue Hill at Stone Barns as Beverage Director. William recently left North Fork Table to become the Beverage Director and Asst. GM at Danny Meyer's legendary Gramercy Tavern.  Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support The Grape Nation by becoming a member!The Grape Nation is Powered by Simplecast.

Boozy Biddies Talk Wine
59: Rudy Kurniawan and the Biggest Wine Forgery

Boozy Biddies Talk Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 19:48


After the full episode on wine fraud and forgery, the biddies watched the documentary “Sour Grapes” discussing Rudy Kurniawan and his operation behind pumping the elite wine collectors market with fraudulent Burgundian wine. Spoiler alert, in this minisode, they summarize the documentary and provide their personal opinions on the faults in the wine auction system and the billionaire boys club buying up Burgundian and Bordeaux wines. For more information: boozybiddies.com/59

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine
Balancing the Head and Heart of Wine Investing w/ Tom Gearing, Cult Wines

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 59:18


As the wine investment business leader with $275M of assets under management, Cult Wines has been a pioneer in the space for over a decade.  Born out of a passion for wine, Tom Gearing, CEO and founder of Cult Wines, tries to balance the head and heart elements of investing in wine with actively managed portfolios by CFAs and experiences with some of the top wineries of the world.  Tom shares all the details and great examples of why people should consider investing in wine, the Cult Wine investment process, and where Cult Wines is heading.  Detailed Show Notes: Tom's backgroundfounded Cult Wines w/ his brother in universityFather was an investment banker with a passion for wine, especially BurgundyTraveled a lot to Burgundy as a childStarted an import company - Burgundy CellarThe early 2000s - started Financial Wines - an online price transparency tool, but ran out of funding after the dot com crash2007-2008 - during Financial Crisis - people looking for alternative investments - Tom realized wine was a safe haven and should be more investableBased in the UKWhere the Wine trading is very well establishedThe UK has tax free status for wine trading for anyone in the world - can keep wine in a tax free warehouse where you don't pay taxes (sales tax, VAT) upfrontAsian collectors used London to build collections before shipping itBrexit impact - mostly operational (shipping is a lot slower) vs. tax,Why invest in wine?Those with a passion for wine - Build a fine wine collection, can drink it, or sell it in the futureThose not passionate about wine - wine prices are more consistent and tend to go up in value because the supply goes down over time (people drink it), tends to be insensitive to financial market fluctuations (went up in value in 2009) - suitable for diversificationVs. art/cars/other alternative investments, wine is more attractive:Accessibility - lower barriers to entry - hundreds or thousands of dollars for wine vs. millions for fine art/carsLiquidity - better than other alternative assetsPrice transparency - more trading publicly and more visibility (though, still not as good as it could be)Wine investment serves as a storage/aging function for the fine wine market with pristine provenance and authenticityCult Wines OverviewNot a retailer - acquires wines on behalf of clientsThree warehouses - London, Paris, BordeauxEU changed storage laws in 2016 to hold wines without paying VAT (similar to the UK)Have own warehouse and staff to ensure provenance and authenticity of wines (e.g., caught heat damage on a shipment of Scarecrow wine and made a claim with freight forwarder immediately)Has own photography studio and processes 250 cases/day, and photos are immediately uploaded for inspectionInvestment processHas a managed portfolio service (min $10k investment)Gather client objectives - risk profile, investment duration (3-5 years, 5-10 years, 10+ years), how wine fits into their entire portfolioBuild a personalized, customized portfolioStore wine in physical warehouses (clients own bottles or cases, the physical asset b/c it's hard to have liquidity for funds where people have fractional ownership of a fund)Get access to investment platformTop-down investment process - actively managed portfoliosCult Wines has a Chief Investment Officer (CIO), and all portfolio managers are Chartered Financial Analysts (CFA)Constantly reviewing the market and making asset allocation decisionsE.g., Trump Tariffs on European wine - team thought Bordeaux would go down in price, proposed reducing allocations from 40% -> 30% and re-allocate to Italy, which looked undervalued already and had no tariffs; in 6 months, AUM of Bordeaux went from 40%->36% and Italy 6%->13% and Bordeaux prices went down 2-3% and Italy up 12%Assets Under Management (AUM) - $275MUK/Europe is the biggestAsia nextAmericas (smallest, but newest)FeesAnnual management fee - starts at 2.95%/year (with $10k investment), 2.75% (with $35k investment), 2.5% ($150k investment), 2.25% ($500k investment)Benefits - portfolio allocation, customization of the portfolio, investment platform access, customer support, storage & insurance, trading on the platform (no feeds on trading to align Cult Wines interests with clients)Higher tiers get more experiential benefits - access to producers, client-only events, educational activities, vineyard visitsWine Buying35% direct from winery/new vintages65% secondary market - from existing investors, trusted suppliers/brokers, and trading platforms (e.g., Liv-Ex)Wine Selling / Delivery~20% of wines have been delivered to people, can ship to 45 states, clients pay delivery feesSome clients use Cult wines as a global cellar - e.g., a Japanese collector sent wines to the US when he was going to be there to visitWine sales channelsCult Wines buys for other clients - for wines they believe will appreciate moreTrade team - sells to other wine merchants, brokers, traders, importersRetail/Direct to Consumer - listed on Wine-Searcher and Cult Wines website for saleTeam - ~100 people totalInfrastructure based in UK (including ~24 tech and product folks)Regional offices - relationship managers, portfolio manager (all CFA level; Hong Kong, Singapore, 2 in London, New York)8 in North America (3 in Canada, 5 in New York)Company's Growth1st 5 years - establishing proof of concept2nd 5 years:2014 - acquired competitor, Premier Cru Fine Wine Investments, doubled AUM and business2016 - opened Hong Kong office2018 - opened Singapore office2014-2019 - $7 -> $50Mm in AUMNext 5-year phase (18 months in) - “reborn, evolution”Fine wine investment is limited by market inefficiencies: accessibility, liquidity, price transparencyFocused on projects that will improve inefficiencies and that will naturally make the wine investment space growTypes of wine for investmentOpportunistic trading - capturing inefficiencies in pricing - there may be opportunities to buy in one region and sell in another at a profitBenchmark wines - based on scores (with critics weighted differently by the impact), vintages, the value of an established baseline of wines (e.g., Bordeaux, Burgundy)Finding new opportunities - wines with high quality that have a good chance of increasing in value, e.g., Pierre Gonon St Joseph - was 30-40 euros 3-4 years ago, now $150/bottleAuction houses - don't work with them muchHard to get certainty of provenanceA lot more mature/older wines which have already gone up a lot in valueCosts are prohibitive (10-20% on a transaction)But the best place to get the highest/best prices (e.g., 1945 DRC from the Drouhin cellar got ~$500k / bottle)Next for Cult WinesLaunching new platform for managed investment serviceBespoke, public blockchain for security, authenticity, and speed of secure transactionsContinue to build North American offices (opened Spring 2021) in Canada and New York

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine
Making Wine Investing Accessible w/ Anthony Zhang, Vinovest

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 37:04


A serial entrepreneur, Anthony Zhang, was pondering alternative investments and fell into wine.  With superior returns to the S&P 500, less volatility, and low correlation with the stock market, wine investment seemed like a perfect category to democratize with technology.  Anthony tells us why people should consider investing in wine, the Vinovest investment process, and how wine investment may impact the wine industry.  All with a mission of lowering the cost and barriers for the average consumer to invest in wine. Detailed Show Notes: Anthony's backgroundHe grew up around the world, childhood in Beijing and Hong KongWent to USC for college and founded EnvoyNow, a food delivery service for college campuses with investment from Mark Cuban and Peter ThielWas considering alternative investments and was attracted to wine over others (e.g., art, cars)Wine investing challengesHard to get access to the winesFees for auctions, shipping, and storageInvestment thesis - fine wine has outperformed the S&P 500 over the last 20 years, has half the volatility, and has a low correlation with the stock market (i.e., is a good hedge); wine also has a decreasing supply over time, which enables appreciation over timeVinovest investment processChoose how much to invest, how long to invest in (e.g., 5 vs. 20 years), and your risk appetite (e.g., blue-chip wines like 1st growths or Grand Cru Burgundy or “emerging markets” like newer winemakers, ownership changes, etc.…) => this helps determine which wines to invest inInvest in whole bottles or cases, not fractional bottles or fractions of a portfolioAcquire, store, and insure winesVinovest can help sell wines as wellFees - all-inclusive 2.85% / year asset management feeAccess/procurement of winesShipping and wine storageInsuranceAverage bottle price ~$200-600/bottleAcquire wines below retail by buying direct from negociants or wineriesCurrently managing ~$50M (as of Sept 2021)Can take physical delivery of wines - but often stored in Europe, so can arrange for batch delivery with others to reduce shipping costs (from hundreds of dollars to Vinovest's insurance company inspects and authenticates the winesVinovest only buys in-bond so can track the previous ownersKey players in the wine investment spaceMainly in Asia and EuropePrivate Banks have wine funds, UK (Vin-X, Wine-ex, Cult Wines)Vinovest differentiation - more technology-driven, collect more data and aggregate it to create automated investment strategiesTo address wine funds that fail - each investor owns their wines with an audit trail that shows the wine is theirs Wine investment impact on the wine industryWine prices may increase as more players enter the investment marketClimate change is  increasing prices through lower yieldsIt won't impact commercial wines (e.g., $10-20 bottles), but fine winesAuction houses - the modern investor isn't okay with paying 20-25% premiumsRegulationUS - wine is classified as a collectible, like art or rare coins, and is subject to capital gains tax when sold (self-reported)Int'l - some countries, like the UK, France, and parts of Asia, wine is classified as a “wasting asset” with an expiration date (often 50 years) and is capital gains tax-freeNext for Vinovest - want to continue to educate consumers on the benefits of wine investing, intends to create a low entry point to make wine investing more accessible

Tabletop Bellhop Gaming Podcast

CanCon - Spending $50 Canadian on Board Games We've got a listener with a gift certificate for a store here in Windsor looking for game suggestions. Not only do we have some suggestions for them, but we also go on to talk about what we would buy if we had similar gift certificates. Along with this, we've also got a review of Yardmaster, a card-driven train game, and an all-digital gaming week in review. Episode 150, recorded October 13th, 2021. Join us Wednesdays at Nine PM Eastern at https://www.twitch.tv/tabletopbellhop. If you enjoy the show consider tipping the Bellhop at: patreon.com/tabletopbellhop More detailed show notes: https://tabletopbellhop.com/podcast/ep150/ Disclosure: Links may be affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Games mentioned may be review copies provided by publishers. CHECK IN Check out City of the Great Machine from our sponsor CrowD games: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/crowdgames/city-of-the-great-machine-rl SUGGESTION BOX Send feedback to moe@tabletopbellhop.com Ugly games that play great: Ask the Bellhop Segment: Full podcast episode: La Granja, Castles Of Burgundy, Santa Maria, Urban Sprawl, Suburbia, Dominion, Gorinto Preview On the Blog: On YouTube: Buy Gorinto, Quacks of Quedlinburg Review On the Blog: Buy Quacks, ASK THE BELLHOP “Mr. Bellhop, I am looking to buy a board game for my friends and I and I must buy it at Brimstone Games (on account of my sister buying me a gift certificate from them). I am looking for a cooperative game or a competitive game that is not so cutthroat. Do you have any recommendations for a game, and do you know sites that I can visit to do further research? Thank you in advance for your help.” Board game selection at Brimstone Games, For the rest of you who aren't in Windsor, these links go to Amazon For Dave, Flash Point Fire Rescue, Scooby-Doo Escape from the Haunted Mansion, The Game, Galaxy Trucker, D&D Dungeon Mayhem, Legendary Encounters X-Files, Legendary Encounters Big Trouble in Little China, Telestrations 12 Player Party Pack, Marvel Champions, Gloomhaven Jaws of the Lion, For Moe Unlock! Star Wars, The Quacks of Quedlinburg The Alchemists, Planet, Mariposas, The Mind Extreme, Just One, Age of War, For Sean, One Deck Dungeon, Sushi Go, Sushi Go Party, The Mind, Azul Summer Pavilion, Hogwart's Battle Charms and Potions, Holi Festival of Colors, Where can you find game suggestions online? Tabletop Bellhop, Board Game Geek, Board Game Atlas, Board Game Atlas Critics (give us a follow!), Send questions to questions@tabletopbellhop.com THE GAME ROOM: Yardmaster On the blog: Get the print and play for FREE: THE BELLHOPS TABLETOP Patchwork, On BGA, Clans of Caledonia, On BGA, Terra Mystica, On BGA, The Castles of Burgundy, On BGA, King of Tokyo, On BGA, PARKS, On BGA, FIND US: Sign up for our newsletter: https://newsletter.tabletopbellhop.com Webpage: https://tabletopbellhop.com/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/tabletopbellhop/ Twitter: twitter.com/tabletopbellhop Instagram: www.instagram.com/tabletopbellhop/ YouTube: www.youtube.com/tabletopbellhop?sub_confirmation=1 Twitch: twitch.tv/tabletopbellhop

Redskins Talk
POSTGAME POD: Washington loses yet again, and they do it in an uninspiring way yet again, too

Redskins Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 48:46


Hopefully this Washington Football Talk is more memorable than the Burgundy and Gold's loss to the Chiefs. JP Finlay, Mitch Tischler and Pete Hailey get things started by passing on an interesting note about Mitch's tie and then falling into a rabbit hole of sadness about the state of the franchise and the direction its going. That then leads into more down discussions about the faith each host has that Washington will make 2021 a positive season. Eventually, they go through their usual postgame staples, Mitch gives you a rousing update on DeAndre Carter and, to close, you'll hear JP's 1-on-1s with Chase Young and Sean Taylor's father, Pedro, plus a great mashup of guys like Joe Gibbs, Santana Moss, Ed Reed and Reggie Wayne reminiscing about Sean over the years that Mitch put together. If you like podcasts where JP relays an unbelievable story about something he thought was real but actually wasn't and Pete gives it his all after a long wedding weekend, then this is the episode for you. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Redskins Talk
CHIEFS PREVIEW: Reacting to this sad Sean Taylor situation before looking ahead to Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs

Redskins Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 52:31


JP Finlay, Mitch Tischler and Pete Hailey have quite a bit to discuss on this particular Washington Football Talk. Unfortunately, as usual, the first topic doesn't have to do with the upcoming matchup, but rather the club's horrific handling of Sean Taylor's jersey retirement. Following a tremendous intro by JP, the three hosts spend the first 15 minutes or so of the show bashing the Burgundy and Gold for botching something that should've been so easy and so celebratory. After getting that out of their systems, the trio turns their attention back to football, which includes segments on whether this weekend's meeting with the Chiefs will actually stay close (Mitch thinks so) and if the current message that Ron Rivera is emphasizing is the wrong one (Pete thinks so). Then comes the typical pregame segments and an adult question from Pete that he poses to his two adult cohosts. And lastly, things close with JP going 1-on-1 with Chase Young and Ron Rivera (the Young chat happened on Wednesday, while the Rivera interview came on Monday). If you like podcasts where Mitch makes a ridiculous claim (even by his standards) and JP quotes both "Of Mice and Men" and Bane, then this is the episode for you.14.2839.34See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Nothing Concrete
From the Archive: Peter Strickland (Biophilia, The Duke of Burgundy and In Fabric)

Nothing Concrete

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 43:48


This week, we bring together three interviews with film director Peter Strickland, focussing on the three occasions we've had the pleasure of gaining some time and insight in his company - let's explore the concert film Biophilia followed by the surreal storytelling of The Duke of Burgundy and finally, In Fabric. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews and discussions with artists, with our longstanding producer and podcaster, Ben Eshmade. Subscribe to Nothing Concrete on Acast, Spotify, iTunes or wherever you find your podcasts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Big 550 KTRS
Altair Travel & Cruises: Cruising wide open

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 12:26


Pat Blassie with some exciting cruise opportunities including the brand new Celebrity Edge Cruise! Also, learn more about the Essence of Burgundy and Provence tonight at their virtual happy hour by signing up: https://www.altairtravel.com/product/happy-hour-with-amawaterways-altair-featured-trips-october-12

Game Brain: A Board Game Podcast with Matthew Robinson and his Gaming Group
Round 13, Turn 10: "Castles of Burgundy" with Elder

Game Brain: A Board Game Podcast with Matthew Robinson and his Gaming Group

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 118:02


0:00:00 - Introduction: Welcome Professor Elder0:05:45 - This Week's Game Night: Tabannusi, Imperial Struggle, Terraforming Mars, Imperial Steam, Furnace, Babylonia, Tichu0:13:21 - This Week's News: Lord of the Rings--Fantasy Flight Games Revised Core Set; Pax Unplugged, World Series of Board Games, World Boardgaming Championships (WBC,) Blood Rage, Ra, 7 Wonders, Cataan, Diplomacy, Cole Wehrle: Arcs - Collapse and Conflict in the Void; MythWind, Expanded Horizons Expansion and Magical Miniatures; Gutenberg. 0:40:42 - Games on the Brain: Tabannusi, Furnace, Glass Road0:50:32 - Review of Castles of Burgundy1:11:20 - Forgotten Classics: Puerto Rico, Through the Desert, Tigris and Euphrates, Tikal, Aman Rae, Alhambra, Reef Encounter, Carcassonne, Princes of Florence, Princes of the Renaissance, 5th Avenue, Power Grid, Taj Mahal, Boomtown, Louis XIV, Wildlife, Pillars of the Earth1:57:09 - Sign off

IMPACT by DIFFA/Dallas
Burgers and Burgundy TONIGHT!

IMPACT by DIFFA/Dallas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 7:19


Need a Friday night plan? Come enjoy burgers made by renowned chefs and delicious wine pairings with your DIFFA friends!

California Wine Country
Jeff Mangahas, Williams Selyem Winemaker

California Wine Country

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 41:16


Jeff Mangahas, winemaker at Williams Selyem Wines, is our guest on California Wine Country with Steve Jaxon and Dan Berger. Harry Duke is sitting in or Steve Jaxon today. We begin with a wine that Dan Berger has brought from his extensive personal cellar. He calls it "a baby," it is a 2010 Riesling from Robert Weil from the Rheingau. As they taste the 2010 Riesling from Robert Weil in the Rheingau, region in Germany (located east of Frankfurt). It is 11 or 12 years old now, yet it is still in transition. It will be even better in six or seven years. The Rheingau is a little warmer than the rest of the country. The hills are steep, the bedrock is slate and there isn't much topsoil. Dan Berger suggests putting it in a black glass, which changes your perception of it. A good Riesling can be considered a red wine without color. Jeff Mangahas summarized the story of Burt Williams and Ed Selyem who were making garage wine in the ‘70s and ‘81 was their first commercial release. Pinot Noir mostly, a little Chardonnay and a little Zinfandel, mostly from unique sites with terroir personality. They focus on small vineyards, unique sites, wines with personality. They suddenly won an award for the #1 Pinot Noir in the nation and they were off to the races, with great success. John Dyson bought the property from Bert and Ed in 1989. The story is on their website. https://www.williamsselyem.com/our-history/ They have a small production that is sold direct to consumer. You have to be on their mailing list to get their wines. There are only 500-600 cases of this Rochioli vineyard Pinot Noir made every year. They just finished harvest of Zinfandel this year. The weather was perfect this year and they could pick under ideal conditions. They starated around Aug. 12. Usually they are one of the first in Russian River Valley to pick. They have such diversity in their vineyard sites, and Jeff describes monitoring the sugars and ripeness and phenolic levels for each vineyard. This year's quality is very good although the crop is a bit smaller than usual. Jeff has brought a 2021 to compare to the 2019 Rochioli Pinot Noir that he brought. It is also a raw, young wine, but showcases the intensity of the year. Williams Selyem was once called Hacienda del Rio, which Dan Berger says is a pretty fancy name for it considering that it was a garage. Bert and Ed were working at the SF Chronicle when they came to start making wine. They had an innovative way of making Pinot Noir. These wines were lighter in weight and lighter in style but the flavors were “outrageously interesting.” They managed to capture the personality of the different vineyards. Ed Selyem was the wine buyer at the store where Dan Berger would buy their wine. Ed Selyem was the wine buyer at Speer's Market in Forestville, so that was the only place to find it, so Dan used to get it there. Dan Berger tells how Williams Selyem revolutionlzed Russian River Valley as a Pinot Noir region. They did it withoug adding weight or depth to the wines. That is what set Burgundy wines apart, what gave them personality, and these wines are made that way. Jeff Mangahas tells how winemaking is a second career. He had an established career as a biomedical research scientist, with a Biology degree from University of Washington. He even worked at Princeton University as a reasarch scientist for two years. But he liked wine and knew about Washington wines, even back then. He and his wife took wine tours in Europe and loved it. He went for an MS in Enology at UC Davis. His first wine making job was at Dutton-Goldfield, which was a great education. He is still friends with Dan Goldfield. At Hartford Court in Forestville in 2006 he got his first winemaking job. In 2011 he started at Williams Selyem. He worked for winemaker Bob Cabral there. “It is a dream job.” Dan Berger says that Jeff “has checked all the boxes,” because he has worked with such great expert winemakers early in h...

Tabletop Bellhop Gaming Podcast
Avenging your Justice Squad

Tabletop Bellhop Gaming Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 98:38


Avenging your Justice Squad Sean shares his tips and tricks for running a superhero RPG. After that we've got a review of The Quacks of Quedlinburg followed up with an all digital week in review. Episode 148, recorded September 29th, 2021. Join us Wednesdays at Nine PM Eastern at https://www.twitch.tv/tabletopbellhop. If you enjoy the show consider tipping the Bellhop at: patreon.com/tabletopbellhop More detailed show notes: https://tabletopbellhop.com/podcast/ep149/ Disclosure: Links may be affiliate links. As an Amazon associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Games mentioned may be review copies provided by publishers. Sponsor: Check out City of the Great Machine from out Sponsor CrowD games: https://crowdgames.us/collection/city-of-the-great-machine SUGGESTION BOX Send feedback to moe@tabletopbellhop.com Starting up a community event, https://tabletopbellhop.com/gaming-advice/how-to-run-public-play-events/ Tapestry Review on the blog: https://tabletopbellhop.com/game-reviews/tapestry/ On YouTube: https://youtu.be/_FqLVx_PX8E Log your Tapestry plays here: https://stonemaiergames.com/games/tapestry/ A Little Wordy Review on YouTube, https://youtu.be/e0kSRGlw2vQ What is a train game? discussion: https://youtu.be/5OaaUNRyYwg ASK THE BELLHOP “What are some tips you've learned for running super hero RPGs after reading multiple core rule books and running a few games?” Consent in Gaming checklist: https://www.montecookgames.com/consent-in-gaming/ Some of the games that got mentioned: Amazing Heroes, https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/352464/Amazing-Heroes?affiliate_id=164999 Base Raiders, https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/120708/Base-Raiders?affiliate_id=164999 Champions, https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/107799/Champions-Complete?affiliate_id=164999 GURPS Supers, https://amzn.to/3a7PDoc Icons, https://amzn.to/3oBykEz Marvel Heroic Roleplaying, https://amzn.to/3AapIa3 Masks A New Generation, https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/193258/Masks-A-New-Generation?affiliate_id=164999 Mutants & Masterminds, https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/116671/Mutants--Masterminds-Deluxe-Heros-Handbook?affiliate_id=164999 Prowlers & Paragons, https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/346742/Prowlers--Paragons-Ultimate-Edition?affiliate_id=164999 Super Powers Companion for Savage Worlds, https://amzn.to/3l88m9u Villains & Vigilantes, https://amzn.to/3oCsQJX THE LOBBY The comic Moe couldn't remember is Marvels from 1994, https://www.marvel.com/comics/series/2048/marvels_1994 Send questions to questions@tabletopbellhop.com 00:57:00 THE GAME ROOM: The Quacks of Quedlinburg On the blog: https://tabletopbellhop.com/game-reviews/quacks-of-quedlinburg/ Unboxing: https://youtu.be/kI8tvFk5dfE Buy The Quacks of Queldlinburg In the US: https://amzn.to/2WE2Yl5 In the UK: https://amzn.to/2YgNK6B Sorry, Canada. A new printing should be hitting stores soon. THE BELLHOPS TABLETOP Patchwork, https://amzn.to/3A9T7RG On BGA, https://boardgamearena.com/gamepanel?game=patchwork Clans of Caledonia, https://amzn.to/3l7Y5Ks On BGA, https://boardgamearena.com/gamepanel?game=clansofcaledonia Tzolk'in, https://amzn.to/3Fh3gQh On BGA, https://boardgamearena.com/gamepanel?game=tzolkin The Castles of Burgundy, https://amzn.to/3D5P8HG On BGA, https://boardgamearena.com/gamepanel?game=castlesofburgundy PATREON SHOUT OUT AND OUTRO FIND US: Sign up for our newsletter: https://newsletter.tabletopbellhop.com Webpage: https://tabletopbellhop.com/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/tabletopbellhop/ Twitter: twitter.com/tabletopbellhop Instagram: www.instagram.com/tabletopbellhop/ YouTube: www.youtube.com/tabletopbellhop?sub_confirmation=1 Twitch: twitch.tv/tabletopbellhop

Redskins Talk
FALCONS PREVIEW: How much will Curtis Samuel help in Week 4 and how bad could things get with another loss?

Redskins Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 36:27


It's time for another preview installment of Washington Football Talk show, as JP Finlay, Mitch Tischler and Pete Hailey get you geared up for the Burgundy and Gold's trip to Atlanta. To open it up, the guys explain the very pleasant news that Curtis Samuel is set to debut on Sunday, though one host is more skeptical than the others. The trio also has a debate about whether Antonio Gibson is set to have a very busy weekend. From there, they do their usual pregame segments (even though JP tries to erase one). And, lastly, they toss to JP's 1-on-1 with Kam Curl, who addresses the defense's cold start and his alma mater's phenomenal college campaign. If you like podcasts where JP passes on some wise homecoming advice and Pete undersells himself in his wildest dreams, then this is the episode for you.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Wings Of...Inspired Business
640 Data-Driven Wine: Entrepreneur Aubrey Terrazas on Using AI for the Delicate Palate

Wings Of...Inspired Business

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 35:09


Aubrey Terrazas is an 18-year hospitality professional, Master Sommelier candidate, and e-commerce entrepreneur who co-founded the digital wine service, Palate Club. Beyond leading the international wine buying for the team, Aubrey used her experience of tasting 100s of wines each year to identify over 200 wine traits—the core data that Palate Club uses to expertly match wines to your taste. Listen today to learn how artificial intelligence is changing the wine industry.

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine
Getting Inside Bordeaux w/ Jane Anson, janeanson.com

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 57:29


Accidentally filling the big shoes of Michael Broadbent and Steven Spurrier, Jane Anson, wine critic, author of Inside Bordeaux, founder of janeanson.com, and former Bordeaux correspondent for Decanter for nearly 20 years, is one of the world's foremost experts on the wines, history, and region of Bordeaux.  Having lived in Bordeaux since 2003, Jane shares her deep insights into how Bordeaux became as famous as it is, how the systems of La Place de Bordeaux and En Primeur work, and the complex terroir of the region.  She gives us insight into the content of janeanson.com and how it will be a unique look into Bordeaux, focus on the drinkability of the wines, and many of the unique features to be released. Detailed Show Notes: Jane's backgroundLiving in Bordeaux since 2003, she thought she'd only be there for 1-2 yearsJournalist backgroundDecanter's Bordeaux correspondent for nearly 20 years, wrote a weekly column since 2014, the sole Bordeaux wine critic since the 2016 vintageShe took a tasting aptitude class at the enology school in BordeauxShe chose Bordeaux because it's still a big city (lived in London before), 2 hours from the Spanish border, 2 hours from ParisJaneanson.comCan be accessed by inside-bordeaux.com or janeanson.comSaw a gap in the market for a website specializing in Bordeaux vs. ~4-5 for BurgundyValue propositionNo outside investment, no advertisingFocus on drinkabilityCovers all wines that sell through La Place de Bordeaux (including the ~90 wines that are not Bordeaux wines)Regular verticals, en primeur, in bottle reportsTwo weeks of trips during the yearOne week - for high-end collectorsOne week - “free” aimed at young sommeliers, people that want to work in the wine trade to showcase the dynamic side of BordeauxLaunch specialsa translation of memoirs of a WWII soldier in BordeauxVertical of tiny producer LaFleur Saint-Jean - lies in between Lafleur, Lafleur Petrus, and Petrus in Pomerol only sells direct, sells out immediately, had never done a vertical before1% for the Planet - 1% of revenue goes towards environmental charitiesBordeaux's rise and fallKey advantagesA port city, far enough inland to be a safe port12th century - duchy of the English crown, wines were sold in the London marketThe system of chateaux, merchants, negociants was built for exportTerroir is very complex (which may be why it's not talked about much), e.g., of the 61 wines in the 1855 Medoc classification, all of them are on two specific gravel terraces (#3 & 4) of the six terraces of the MedocMostly clay underneath with gravel on topLots of micro terroirsSt Emilion - has pure limestone, clay, and gravelIssues that have hurt BordeauxEvery vintage is not great, though Bordelais often say thatFrustrate people based on the prices they ask (e.g., 2009/2010 vintages - many people who bought lost money)La Place de BordeauxBusiness to business, sell to merchants that sell to consumersVirtual marketplace - enables access to 10,000 clients globallyIncludes chateaux, brokers, and negociantsSells wine into every level of the food chain - has specialists for on-trade, off-trade, hotels, corner shops, supermarkets, etc.…It doesn't build your brand but makes sure it gets everywhereGood at giving the illusion of scarcityCan use La Place for specific markets - La Place has expertise in the Asian markets (e.g., China, Vietnam, Japan)Very rare to have exclusivity for negociantsDownsides of La PlaceCreates a very competitive environment - low-end wines compete with each otherProtects Bordeaux well; merchants need to buy in bad years to get allocations in good yearsNo direct contact with consumers for wineriesLess effective for small guys that aren't established brandsNon-Bordeaux wines selling on La PlaceGone from nothing to 60 wines five years ago to 90 wines in 2021Provides access to global markets - shows wines next to the great wines of BordeauxOpus One - the 2nd non-Bordeaux wine on La Place (after Almaviva), sold wines since 2004, opened an office in BordeauxForced negociants to share client lists (created more transparency)1st Champagne just joined - Clos des Goisses (Philipponnat) - only 600 bottles of 1996 late releaseNo Burgundy producers (not enough volume, no need for it, and the rivalry between Burgundy and Bordeaux)Barriers to joining La Place - need enough volume to get everywhere, need to do your own brand-building work, and meeting customersAn increase in overseas wines has hurt smaller Bordeaux estates -> negociants have limited budgets and drop themMarketing Bordeaux - unlikely to be another 1855 like classification, St Emilion's classification every ten years is constantly litigated, some marketing organizations: Pomerol Seduction - 8-10 Pomerol estates that band togetherBordeaux Oxygen - young producers, targeting younger audiences, no longer activeEn PrimeurDue to export focus, Bordeaux always had samples shipped off overseasFrom the early 1980s, Parker injected excitement into En Primeur systemPeople used to make money, and now they are often better off waiting until wines are in bottle with certain exceptions (e.g., tiny production Pomerols)No longer has the same sense of urgencyTranche system - release a small amount of wine at one price, then release more later at higher pricesE.g., 2010 1st growths came out at €600/bottle (these people made money), final tranche at €1,200/bottle (these people lost money) -> destroyed interest in en primeur in the Chinese marketnon-Bordeaux wines price more consistently than Bordeaux winesLatour dropping out of en primeurSaid they wanted to store wines and release them when best for consumersStill sold to negociants / La PlaceDon't1980's know if this has worked better or notChateau Palmer - sells 50% en primeur, 50% ten years later

Sideline Junkies
DC Sports Rundown

Sideline Junkies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 50:58


Recapping The Washington Football Team's 43-21 loss in Buffalo. Whats next for the Burgundy and Gold?? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sidelinejunkies/message

Tabletop Bellhop Gaming Podcast

AMA Topics include: Games to bring on a vacation, getting back into public play, RPG artifacts, oldest unplayed games, games that would make for great movies or books and vice versa, what we like to read and more! Also a review of the Wrath Expansion for Draconis Invasion, initial thoughts on Roll Camera! And a return to Castles of Burgundy. Episode 148, recorded September 22nd, 2021. Join us Wednesdays at Nine PM Eastern at https://www.twitch.tv/tabletopbellhop. If you enjoy the show consider tipping the Bellhop at: patreon.com/tabletopbellhop More detailed show notes: https://tabletopbellhop.com/podcast/ep148/ Disclosure: Links may be affiliate links. As an Amazon associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Games mentioned may be review copies provided by publishers. CHECK IN SUGGESTION BOX Send feedback to moe@tabletopbellhop.com GWT Unboxing, Starting up a community event, Digital map making tools, Unfair ABDW review, ASK THE BELLHOP We answer a flood of questions from The Lobby What do we look forward to when getting to play in public again? What game do we want to play with Tech2674? Go Cuckoo, Space Base, Do we have minis from old RPG campaigns? A look at RPG Artifacts and Momentos, Oldest game on the pile of shame Shadowlord, Duel in the Dark, Scooby Doo Escape from the Haunted Mansion, What do we like to read? What movie or book would make a good game? Culture Series, What game would be a great movie or series? Galaxy Trucker, Unfair, What game would we be a promo in? What are we hyped about? Galaxies in Peril, Studies in Sorcery, Coyote & Crow, How many RPGs has Sean bought? What is the next con we will be attending? Breakout Convention, Best games to bring on vacation? Zenteeko, Catan Portable Edition, Oddball Aeronauts, Palm Island, The Duke, Hive, Railroad Ink, Lanterns Dice, Silver & Gold, That's Pretty Clever, Super Skill Pinball 4-Cade, Roll for Lasers, Star Realms, Buttonshy games, Tiny Epic games, No Thanks!, For Sale, 7 Wonders Duel, Lotus, Medium, Lost Cities, Bananagrams, Jabuka, A Little Wordy, Bohnanza, Sushi Go, Friday, Travel Qwirkle, Qwixx, Send questions to questions@tabletopbellhop.com THE GAME ROOM: Draconis Invasion: Wrath Expansion On the blog: Unboxing: Buy Wrath: THE BELLHOPS TABLETOP Draconis Invasion, Roll Camera!, The Castles of Burgundy, PATREON SHOUT OUT AND OUTRO FIND US: Sign up for our newsletter: https://newsletter.tabletopbellhop.com Webpage: https://tabletopbellhop.com/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/tabletopbellhop/ Twitter: twitter.com/tabletopbellhop Instagram: www.instagram.com/tabletopbellhop/ YouTube: www.youtube.com/tabletopbellhop?sub_confirmation=1 Twitch: twitch.tv/tabletopbellhop

Burgundy Radio
Burgundy Radio: A Touch Out Of Key (Camp 2021)

Burgundy Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 92:12


Steph, earl, Jackie, and Vlad get together to talk Colorado Avalanche rookie showcase games, training camp, PTOs, Logan O'Connor's new deal, roles for players like Bowen Byram and Alex Newhook, and also there's a major announcement in here too...

Redskins Talk
BILLS PREVIEW: Wondering whether the defense will get right in Buffalo and catching up with Jonathan Allen

Redskins Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 40:31


JP Finlay, Mitch Tischler and Pete Hailey have a preview of Washington's first road trip of the season for you right here. To begin, the guys discuss the two keys for the Burgundy and Gold: Whether the defense will finally wake up and what to expect from Taylor Heinicke (the latter part leads into a back-and-forth about whether his injury history is being talked about too much). After chatting about those issues, the hosts run through their Over/Unders, 100 Chips and Benjamin Franklin segments before tossing to JP's 1-on-1 with Jonathan Allen. In that interview with Allen, you'll hear the defensive lineman get very candid about his contract extension and his unit's issues so far. If you like podcasts where JP gets very upset with a spam text but also gets complimented for a new accessory, then this is the episode for you.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Wine for Normal People
Ep 392: The Greats -- Chablis

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 42:56


One of the greatest Chardonnays (and actually white wines) in the world comes from Chablis in the northern part of Burgundy. In this show we discuss this historic region and why it is capable of making the most distinctive, minerally, terroir-driven white wines made.    Here are the show notes:  Map: https://www.chablis-wines.com Location: At nearly 48˚N latitude in the northern part of the Bourgogne region in the Yonne department between Paris and Beaune, around the village of Chablis, Serein River runs through it, with vineyards on either bank Area under vine in 2020: 5,771 hectares/14,260 acres 18% of the total volume of wine produced in the Bourgogne region Also contains: St-Bris, which makes mineral driven Sauvignon Blanc   Terroir: Terroir expressed more clearly in Chablis than almost anywhere else Valleys branch from the Serein river – left and right, hills are basis of the vineyards Right-bank: softer, bigger wines Left-bank: more acidic, less ripe, more like citrus, green apple Soils: Subsoil is Kimmeridgean limestone with layers of Marl –limestone and clay turned into rock sometimes with fossils of Exogyra virgula, a small, comma-shaped oyster. Different vineyards have different proportions of limestone, marl, clay, loam, Portlandian limestone – younger, harder, no fossils. Sites with this used only forvPetit Chablis 47 Defined Climats (can be mentioned on the label) 40 are Premier Cru, 7 are Grand Cru Photo: Chablis wines Climate: Maritime and continental Maritime influence but kind of a modified oceanic climate with continental influences from Eastern Europe Less rainfall and the winters are harsher and summer hotter than maritime   Winemaking Fermented in stainless or oak, low temperature, slow fermentation followed by malolactic fermentation Neutral oak (already been used) is used in Chablis Premier Cru and Chablis Grand Cru. Very few producers use new oak barrels since the goal is to preserve terroir     Classification: Petit Chablis (19%): 729 hectares (1750 acres) ALL of Chablis wine-growing district (catchall) – AOC 1944, least prestigious – lesser rated vineyards Soil is Portlandian limestone – harder, younger soil on a plateau at the top of slopes, above premier and grand crus Flavors: citrus, flowers, less minerally, light, acidic, saline, to be consumed within 2 years Pairings (goes for Chablis and many Premier Cru too): Oysters, seafood in citrus, salads and acidic vegetables, spicy food, vegetarian pasta   Chablis (66%): 3656 hectares (9,034 acres) of vines In the department of Yonne, on the Serein River On Kimmeridgean limestone and marl, very large - quality varies Flavors: Mineral with flint, green apple, lemon, underbrush, citrus, mint, fresh-cut hay Best within 2-3 years Photo: Chablis wines Chablis Premier Cru: (14%) - Almost 809 ha/2,000 acres over 40 sites (climat) Both sides of the river Serein, with 24 on the left bank and 16 on the right bank Mostly on slopes of the Serein, southeast or southwest facing, on Kimmeridgian chalk Can just use the phrase "Chablis Premier Cru" if blended across Premier Cru sites Right bank: Softer, fuller wines--Mont de Milieu, Montée de Tonnerre, Fourchaume, Vaucoupin Left bank: Flinty, acidic. Côté de Léchet, Vaillons, Montmains, Vosgros, Vau de Vey Can age 5-10 years   Grand Cru Chablis (1%) - 101 hectares/250 acres Contiguous site on the right bank of the Serein, south facing on Kimmeridgian limestone, with fossilized oysters, marl Seven vineyards are Grand Cru, which are each part of just one appellation, Grand Cru Chablis. The difference in these wines: Better sites, lower yields, higher alcohol, higher planting density, matured until at least March 15 of the year following harvest Grand Crus: north to south Bougros: Fresh and mineral Les Preuses:: elegant, minerally with a long finish Vaudésir: Stronger, richer wine – more body Grenouilles: Fruity with strong acidity, a fuller body Valmur: VERY fruity, balanced with strong minerality Les Clos: The most famous site: elegance, minerality, fruit, acidity Blanchot: Soft and more like white flowers La Moutonne is an unofficial 8th Grand Cru Best with 10-15 years of age Pairings: Lobster, mushrooms, shrimp, cream sauces We love this wine. If you haven't had it, definitely get one and discover what makes it a "great!"  Photo: Chablis wines _____________________________________________________ Thanks for our sponsors this week: Wine Access: Access to the best wines for the best prices! For 15% off your next order, go to www.wineaccess.com/normal   To become a member of Patreon go to www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople       To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes

Guild of Sommeliers Podcast
Remembering Becky Wasserman

Guild of Sommeliers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 28:27


In light of Becky Wasserman's passing last month, we are rereleasing this 2019 conversation Becky had with our staff writer, Bryce Wiatrak. Becky had a profound impact on the careers, palates, and personal lives of wine professionals across the globe. She will be remembered as a champion of the underdog and a pioneer who opened wine industry doors for small producers, for women, and for Burgundy. At the end of the episode, Bryce will share some thoughts about the impact Becky's friendship had on his life, including his memories of the first time they met.

Redskins Talk
POSTGAME POD: Washington's first win of the 2021 season was LEGITIMATELY INSANE for so many reasons

Redskins Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 45:55


The title of this Washington Football Talk says it all. JP Finlay, Mitch Tischler and Pete Hailey are here to recap a truly wild and truly much-needed win for the Burgundy and Gold over the Giants on Thursday. JP also interviews Taylor Heinicke and Chase Young — two decent interviews there! It's too late to write a detailed summary beyond that. If you like podcasts where you get what might be the loudest WHATTUP EVERYBODY ever and there's an extended wedding metaphor that describes this game perfectly, then this is the episode for you.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Wine Blast with Susie and Peter
Season 3 Trailer (2021)

Wine Blast with Susie and Peter

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 3:52


We're BACK! We've unearthed the microphones from under all the empty wine bottles, fish and chip wrappers, and slightly damp Speedos, ready to hit the ground running with a fantastic Season 3 line-up. We can't wait to get going, partly because our first episode (coming very soon) is different from anything we've ever done before...So if you like wine chat, a bit of a laugh, giveaways, fascinating guests, top wine tips, competitions, the odd recipe (did we say FREE WINE?) and the constant chance of over-sharing, this is the place for you. Plenty of you seem to like hanging out here (everyone is welcome after all): we've hit the Top 5 in the GB Food: All Time charts (Chartable), you guys are now listening in more than 140 countries PLUS we're up for a major podcast award! Thanks for your support, keep tuning in, here's to the power of wine + podcasting

Reading & Drinking
Episode 1: Pinot Girl by Anna Maria Ponzi

Reading & Drinking

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 35:49


In this Season 3 opener, Jill Zimorski reviews Pinot Girl: A Family. A Region. An Industry. by Anna Maria Ponzi*This episode is brought to you by Elden Selections, a Burgundy wine importer. Use the promo code SOMM for 15% off your first purchase of $200 or more. https://www.burgundywine.com/SOMM

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine
Burgundy in Context w/ William Kelley, The Wine Advocate

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 54:18


As the wine reviewer for Burgundy for The Wine Advocate and a small producer of Burgundy himself, William Kelley has a deep and insightful perspective on Burgundy.  We discuss how Burgundy became “without substitute” and why “all roads lead to Burgundy,” the rapid escalation of both vineyard and wine prices, and how what was once very contracting landholdings are now consolidating again.  History, economics, geology, and terroir all come together in this episode of XChateau! Detailed Show Notes: Listen to the beginning of Episode 62 for background information on WilliamBurgundy as vignerons vs Bordelais châteauxWilliam believes this is an illusion - historically, Burgundy vineyards were owned by the nobility and the churchToday - LVMH, AXA, and rich, wealthy people own many of the domaines and vineyardsBordeaux outside the Cru Classe are much more modest in natureThe French land reforms of 1792 (during the French Revolution) broke up large tracts of land -> led to a “morcellation of parcels”Led to emphasis on each small parcel of land and its impactCreated the ability to see the human element of winemaking (two people making the wine from the same vineyard) and the human impact on terroirMetayage system - born in Beaujolais, a form of “sharecropping” where people take half the fruit in exchange for farming the land, popular in Burgundy where people own small parcels of land and often don't live thereHigh death/inheritance taxes, which are assessed based on the value of the land lead to more vineyard sales and end up with more consolidation of land holdings, particularly into businesses that don't have to pay death taxesBurgundy as the top global winegrowing regionThe wines are good/high qualityThey pair well with a lot of food and are very versatile (vs. the Medoc)Are a social signifier - wine collectors can “one-up” others by mastering the complexities of Burgundy more than Bordeaux or any other regionGrand Cru vineyards are tiny and limited - sends the prices skyrocketing (e.g., Domaine d'Auvenay Aligote now sells for $2,500 / bottle)Bordeaux mismanaged the emerging market of China with the 2010 en primeur pricing, similar to what Hennessy and Cognac did in China, destroying the marketValue of Burgundy landHigh prices partially driven by tax write-offs for any losses, owners get the wine lifestyle “for free”Believes land prices and wine prices will continue to escalateDisconnection between land and wine pricesIn the 17th century, there used to be a saying that the value of a vineyard should equal 3 years of production - this is way different todayE.g., a famous Chablis producer's Les Clos magnum sells at €80 from the domaine, but $2,000 in the US -> lots of other people making money on the wine outside of the winery“No end in sight” to price increases for Burgundy, wine is still a relatively inexpensive luxury good (vs. cars, watches, etc.…)Climate changeNot as bad as some people think, bad weather events also occurred in the 19th centuryToday there are more viticultural techniques to combat climate change (e.g., canopy management, etc..)Price increases also more than offset the volume decreasesThe Micro-negociantPurchasing fruit is expensive - ~€3-5,000 per barrel for village wines, €550-600 for Chiroubles If some negociants get the attention of investors, they can acquire land and become domainesMore expensive to produce negociant wine vs. domaine wineGrowers in Burgundy take the yield risk (the classic arrangement is negociants buy the fruit by the barrel)A seller's market - need good relationships with growers, hard for outsiders to get good fruit Negociants have the ability to make lower appellations/vineyards more popular - e.g., Arnoud Ente Meursault La Seve du Clos is a lesser site, but Ente has elevated itDomaine vs. MaisonConsumers still put a lot of stock by it, but boundaries are blurringE.g., PYCM - started as negociant, rolled in family vineyards, but don't state “Domaine” anywhere, the idea being that all wines are worthy of the brandPrice should be driven by quality, not hierarchy (e.g., some Aligote more expensive than Grand Cru Puligny)Brand expansions can't be diluted because of the vineyard hierarchy - the Grand Crus are still high quality and drive brand reputationThe Future of BurgundyViticulture - would like to see every site in Burgundy farmed like a Grand Cru.  William wants to break glass ceilings in every appellationWinemaking - people extracting less and less, flirting with natural wine movement, lighter, softer styles of red Burgundy more popular, longer elevage is getting more fashionable (and is rooted in history - used to do 2-3 years elevage because it was the only way to clarify the wine)Price escalation impacts on other wine regions - “there is no substitute (for Burgundy),” people will look further afield, but “all roads lead to Burgundy”Insular nature of Burgundy changing - the new generation of owners are from New York, Macau, Shanghai, and Hong KongAdvice to the new generation of producers - taste the great wines of the world, including older benchmark winesChanging leadership of domaines - though marketed as a good thing, there's a lot of pressure for the next generation of a famous domain, and that tends towards being more conservative and listening to consultants vs. trying something newM&A - “everyone wants to buy as much land as they can”; don't see a lot of people wanting to go global, there's still ample price escalation in Burgundy

BSN Colorado Avalanche Podcast
DNVR Avalanche Podcast: Bowen Byram's multi-point effort paces Team Burgundy to victory

BSN Colorado Avalanche Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 53:15


Rudo and AJ recap Avs Dev camp. Bo Byram shines with a multi-point effort in scrimmage. They also go through who else shined today and who had a luck luster performence. All that and much more! 

Standard Issue Podcast
SIM Ep 546 Pod 171: Sex talk, para sport, and Old Jedediah Burgundy

Standard Issue Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 77:35


Talking about sexual health remains a massive taboo in British society so, as it's Sexual Health Week, Hannah jumped on the Zoom with Lisa Hallgarten from Brook, the charity pioneering healthy sex and relationships among young people. They chat about sexual health in lockdown, consent, and how to have The Talk with your young people.Jen catches up with para-athlete Libby Clegg to talk about guide dogs, the state of disability sport, and her new book My Life With Hatti. And in Rated or Dated, there's some big talk about Mick's big pick: Citizen Kane – did it really inspire Will Ferrell's Ron Burgundy? Meanwhile, in the Bush Telegraph, winter is coming, as we ponder who is the worst member of the current cabinet? Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/standardissuespodcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Game Brain: A Board Game Podcast with Matthew Robinson and his Gaming Group

0:00:00 - Introduction: Welcome Paul the Game Breaker: Fresh Fish, Pipeline0:12:24 - This Week's Game Night: Terraforming Mars, Just One, Fresh Fish, Tichu, Calima, Avalon, Wavelength, Quest0:20:42 - This Week's Game News: https://boardgamegeek.com/thread/2721966/i-have-cancelled-my-pledge-after-learning-more-abo/page/1, Fantasy Flight and Key Forge, https://www.reddit.com/r/boardgames/comments/plpq5o/keyforge_on_hiatus_due_to_broken_deck_generating/,  Prospero's Hall Rocketeer, https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/344759/rocketeer-fate-future, https://cmon.com/news/cmon-partners-with-monsoon-digital-to-launch-an-nft-trading-platform, Castles of Burgundy on BGA0:41:19 - Games on the Brain: Crystal Palace, Scout0:49:54 - Review of Fresh Fish: Original, Plenary and 2014 editions1:13:01 - Negotiating in Games: 1817,Versailles 1919, Chinatown, Sheriff of Nottingham, Bohnanza, Sidereal Confluence, Rising Sun, Churchill, Genoa, Cosmic Encounter, Oath, Diplomacy, Brass, Terraforming Mars, Great Western Trail, 18xx, Genoa1:57:12 - Game Sommelier: Maria, War Chest, The Grizzled, Roll for the Galaxy, Jaws.2:01:55 - Sign Off

Chuck Furuya Uncorked
CHUCK FURUYA UNCORKED EPISODE 25: MIKE PANG

Chuck Furuya Uncorked

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 70:54


This episode should be of interest to many who are just recently getting into wine. Michael Pang is one that initially & very casually got into wine just as a beverage to drink...which shortly after transitioned into Napa Valley Cabernet's...& then because of an AHA moment while attending a group wine tasting, segued into the wines of the Old World. His growing thirst for more first hand knowledge motivated him to visit Washington state, Napa Valley, Bordeaux, Burgundy & Champagne wine areas to explore. A few years later, he accompanied my wife & me on a wine trek to the remote Mediterranean islands of Corsica & Sardegna, and the following harvest to different remote niches in northwest Italy. He says it has been an amazing journey. Tune in & listen as he talks story about his eye opening experiences.

The Thoughtful Gamer Podcast
Ep 88: Tile-Laying Games

The Thoughtful Gamer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 45:12


Amber and Marc discuss tile-laying games since they've been playing a number of them lately. What makes tile-laying so compelling? Why is it a feature in so many of our favorite games? 1:29 -- Carpe Diem 3:46 -- Is Carpe Diem simpler than Castles of Burgundy? 9:35 -- Tile laying: what is it? 12:12 -- Variables 15:15 -- Growth 21:00 -- Information density 29:14 -- Tangent: What does "abstract" mean anyways? 37:35 -- The importance of graphic design 40:27 -- Puzzling Music: Sailing The Solar Wind by Abstraction Like the podcast? Want to watch it being recorded, live? Consider supporting it on Patreon.

The Acquirers Podcast
Wine and Whisky: Investment grade wine and whisky with Elite consultants Steve and Pat with Tobias Carlisle on the Acquirers Podcast

The Acquirers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 46:38


Elite Wine & Whisky is one of around 400 Liv-ex members worldwide, with access to the global wine trading platform. Founded in 2012 as a small operation on the outskirts of London with a few cases of first growth Bordeaux, today, Elite Wine & Whisky has added Burgundy, Italian wines, Champagne and whisky to their portfolio offering. Website: https://elitewineandwhisky.com/ ABOUT THE PODCAST Hi, I'm Tobias Carlisle. I've launched a new podcast called The Acquirers Podcast. The podcast is about finding undervalued stocks, deep value investing, hedge funds, activism, buyouts, and special situations. We uncover the tactics and strategies for finding good investments, managing risk, dealing with bad luck, and maximizing success. SEE LATEST EPISODES https://acquirersmultiple.com/podcast/ SEE OUR FREE DEEP VALUE STOCK SCREENER https://acquirersmultiple.com/screener/ FOLLOW TOBIAS Firm: https://acquirersfunds.com/ Website: https://acquirersmultiple.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Greenbackd LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tobycarlisle Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tobiascarlisle Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tobias_carlisle ABOUT TOBIAS CARLISLE Tobias Carlisle is the founder of The Acquirer's Multiple®, and Acquirers Funds®. He is best known as the author of the #1 new release in Amazon's Business and Finance The Acquirer's Multiple: How the Billionaire Contrarians of Deep Value Beat the Market, the Amazon best-sellers Deep Value: Why Activists Investors and Other Contrarians Battle for Control of Losing Corporations (2014) (https://amzn.to/2VwvAGF), Quantitative Value: A Practitioner's Guide to Automating Intelligent Investment and Eliminating Behavioral Errors (2012) (https://amzn.to/2SDDxrN), and Concentrated Investing: Strategies of the World's Greatest Concentrated Value Investors (2016) (https://amzn.to/2SEEjVn). He has extensive experience in investment management, bus

Redskins Talk
Wrapping up 2021 training camp by explaining what we learned from it AND a preview of the preseason finale

Redskins Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 31:31


JP Finlay, Mitch Tischler and Pete Hailey use this Washington Football Talk for two purposes: 1) To recap the entirety of training camp, which technically concluded on Thursday and 2) To preview the team's Saturday preseason finale vs. Baltimore. In the show, they (along with NBC's Chris Kerwin) pass along One Thing they learned over the past few weeks about the Burgundy and Gold, go through Over/Unders and 100 Chips (which leads to a deep conversation about whether 0 is an even or odd number) for the matchup with the Ravens and more. If you like podcasts where Mitch waffles over accepting a bet buyout from JP and Pete recaps a Chase Young-related scoop he got on Wednesday night, then this is the episode for you.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Redskins Talk
PRESEASON GAME 2 PREVIEW: Will the matchup with Cincy be a high-scoring night for the Washington offense?

Redskins Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 44:23


Washington's second preseason game of the year calls for Washington Football Talk's second game preview pod of the year. To begin, JP Finlay, Mitch Tischler and Pete Hailey get you up to speed on who'll be out/likely miss the team's matchup with the Bengals on Friday before going through what would constitute a successful outing for the Burgundy and Gold as well as their usual 100 Chips segment. After that, and after JP explains his daughter's remix to Rock-Paper-Scissors, the crew set their Over/Unders for the week (and add in not one but two wild card options). If you like podcasts where Mitch goes out of his way to insult a random person from his past and Pete goes out of his way to do a horrific Boston accent, then this is the episode for you.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Redskins Talk
PRESEASON GAME 1 PREVIEW: What to watch in Washington's tilt vs. the Pats, and interviews with Logan Thomas & Sam Cosmi

Redskins Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 27:06


Pssstt...... the Burgundy and Gold are playing football soon, and JP Finlay, Mitch Tischler and Pete Hailey are here to preview exactly that. To begin, the hosts each choose something they're going to be scrutinizing when Washington takes on the Patriots on Thursday night, and after realizing that they all chose an offense-related item, they then do the same but for the defense. After that, they go through a rapid fire segment where JP throws out players and the guys predict whether said player will appear for over or under 9.5 snaps in New England. After that, you'll get JP's two sitdowns with Logan Thomas and Sam Cosmi, both of which are enjoyable. If you like podcasts where you get a totally unnecessary Reuben Foster update and JP gives advice for a very certain area of life, then this is the episode for you.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

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2021 CAMP, DAY 9: Talking Steven Sims, Taylor Heinicke and more, plus JP chats 1-on-1 with first-rounder Jamin Davis

Redskins Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 31:38


After taking a one-day break (SORRY JEEZ), JP Finlay, Mitch Tischler and Pete Hailey are back to give you all the updates you care about relating to the Burgundy and Gold's 2021 training camp. Among the topics they cover in this one: The team's ever-improving vaccination rate, who's injured and who's back in the lineup, where Steven Sims stands in the wideout battle, how Taylor Heinicke's coming along and the random bird that's become a big story in Ashburn. From there, you'll get JP's 1-on-1 with first-round pick Jamin Davis, who explains where he's at in his development and what it's like playing under Ron Rivera and Jack Del RIo. If you like blogs where you get the inside scoop on Mitch the Blogger and JP brings up a maddening phone call he got on his radio show, then this is the episode for you.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.