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Cork & Taylor Wine Podcast
Episode 65: Douglas Danielak, Pont Neuf/Juicy Rebound Wines

Cork & Taylor Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 49:48


I always love talking wine and also my childhood love of hockey. We get to do both as we welcome Winemaker extraordinaire, Douglas Danielak, of Pont Neuf and Juicy Rebound wines on this weeks Cork & Taylor Wine Podcast. He has a hockey name and Danielak was an earlier trailblazer for Californian Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Don't forget to Subscribe, Rate and Review! Please please It only takes a few minutes and helps me/the show grow. The more subscribers, reviews and rates helps us to get discovered! Also, follow us on our Facebook @corkandtaylor and Instagram accounts @corkandtaylorpodcast.Also, Please consider supporting the show as it would be appreciated. This helps me offset  expenses to continue to run and grow the Cork & Taylor Wine Podcast. Thanks! Lukehttps://www.patreon.com/corkandtaylor

The DC Sports Huddle by WTOP
DC Sports Huddle: How Washington can take command of the NFC

The DC Sports Huddle by WTOP

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 21:32


The Washington Commanders are the NFL's hottest team since Week 6 and in control (or, dare we say, command) of a playoff spot in the NFC. Can the Burgundy and Gold cut the Giants down to size and make a surge up in the seeding? The WTOP Sports team lays the blueprint for how they can make it happen. Come inside the D.C. Sports Huddle presented by MGM National Harbor with WTOP Sports Director George Wallace, Senior Content Producer Rob Woodfork and fellow sports anchor Dave Preston.

NY Giants Zone: A NY Giants Podcast
Episode42 - Mike & Kyle from The Burgundy Zone join The Giants Zone to discuss the upcoming game against Washington Commanders

NY Giants Zone: A NY Giants Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 66:46


Mike & Kyle from @TheBurgundyZone join to provide a preview of the Giants next opponent the Washington Commanders.   #Giants #NYGiants #Washington #WashingtonCommanders #Commanders #NewYorkGiants #DanielJones #Saquon 

Italian Wine Podcast
Ep. 1178 Sabrina Tedeschi | Wine, Food & Travel With Marc Millon

Italian Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 31:21


Welcome to Episode 1178 in which Marc Millon interviews Sabrina Tedeschi in this installment of Wine, Food & Travel with Marc Millon on the Italian Wine Podcast. More about today's guest: Sabrina Tedeschi was born in a fermentor, as one of her mentors said. After completing a Master's degree with honors in Food Technology in the Agronomic University of Milan and an internship in Burgundy an the Oenology University (Burgundy – France). She taught Oenology and Microbiology in the Oenology School of San Michele All'Adige Institute (the top oenology school in Italy, today) and she worked also as a Researcher. She collaborated with the Milan Agronomic University as well for seminar lessons. On January 2000 she joined her family's wine business in Valpolicella, sharing responsibilities with her sister Antonietta and his brother Riccardo, the winemaker. She's currently in charge of the Marketing, and manages part of the export sales. Today, Tedeschi is one of the leading wineries of the Valpolicella: recognized as one of the pioneers of cru wines in the region, the family contribute to the growing appreciation for the wines of the province of Verona across the globe. On April 2016 she became President of Historic Families (a 3 year term). Today she is the president of Antica Bottega del Vino, owned by Historic Families. She is member of Donne del Vino association. To learn more: Website: WWW.TEDESCHIWINES.COM Instagram: TEDESCHIWINES Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/15835865/admin/ Facebook: TEDESCHIWINES Twitter: TEDESCHIWINES More about the host Marc Millon: Marc Millon, VIA Italian Wine Ambassador 2021, has been travelling, eating, drinking, learning and writing about wine, food and travel for nearly 40 years. Born in Mexico, with a mother from Hawaii via Korea and an anthropologist father from New York via Paris, he was weaned on exotic and delicious foods. Marc and his photographer wife Kim are the authors of 14 books including a pioneering series of illustrated wine-food-travel books: The Wine Roads of Europe, The Wine Roads of France, The Wine Roads of Italy (Premio Barbi Colombini), and The Wine Roads of Spain. Other titles include The Wine and Food of Europe, The Food Lovers' Companion Italy, The Food Lovers' Companion France, Wine, a global history. Marc regularly lectures and hosts gastronomic cultural tours to Italy and France with Martin Randall Travel, the UK's leading cultural travel specialist. He is soon to begin a regular series on Italian Wine Podcast, ‘Wine, food and travel with Marc Millon'. When not on the road Marc lives on the River Exe in Devon, England To learn more visit: quaypress.uk/ marcmillon.co.uk vino.co.uk quaypress.com LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/marc-millon-50868624 Twitter: @Marc_Millon Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodcast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin!

Do you really know?
Is Britain the new place to get your wine?

Do you really know?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 4:02


When you think of wine, you probably think of France, Bordeaux, Burgundy or Beaujolais. But we could soon be looking to Kent, Dorset and Hampshire instead, especially when it comes to sparkling wine.  Since 2000 the total amount of land in England and Wales given over to vineyards has quadrupled in size and established wine makers, particularly from the Champagne region in France are taking notice and are keen to take advantage of this new market.  In 2016, the Pommery group invested in farmland in Kent which they transformed into vineyards. When interviewed for the Daily Mail, about the 2022 harvest, Julien Lonneux from Pommery said :  “This is a truly vintage crop, easily the best in a decade.” How much sparkling wine is currently produced in the UK? Who is taking an interest in English wine? Why is English wine getting better? In under 3 minutes, we answer your questions! To listen to the latest episodes, click here: Why is there such a taboo over the prostate? How can I take part in Giving Tuesday? What can supermarkets do to reduce food waste? A Bababam Originals podcast, written and produced by Amber Minogue. In partnership with upday UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mining Stock Daily
Enduro Metals Corporate Update

Mining Stock Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 11:23


Cole Evans of Enduro Metals joined us in Frankfurt to discuss the first results out of Burgandy Ridge. These drill holes were designed to test down-dip of mineralization drilled in 2019 associated with a coincident IP anomaly. These first results are a proof-of-concept that highlight the correlation between the IP anomaly discovered and mineralization at depth, while supporting the continuity of mineralization across the Burgundy system in drilling by 400m along strike, remaining open both to the northeast and southwest.

The Wine Pair Podcast
Holiday Sparkling Wines #1: Crémant! (Amazing French sparkling wine, great reasonably priced Champagne alternative, demystifying sparkling wine)

The Wine Pair Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 49:02 Transcription Available


Of course the Holidays are the season for sparkling wine, but are you looking for something different, delicious, and reasonably priced that is a worthy alternative to Champagne?!? Then we've got you covered! Crémant is a French sparkling wine made in the Champagne style and with Champagne quality but often at a fraction of the price! If you are throwing a Holiday party or bringing a gift to your host, you cannot go wrong with Crémant. There are many different styles of Crémant based on the region they come from and the grapes that are used, which makes them also exciting and fun to try. In this episode we try Crémant from 3 different regions of France, each of which is in a different style and varied in taste, and we talk about what makes Crémant great. We will say, too, that all of these wines are great, but one of them knocked our socks fully off! The other thing is these wines are really not hard to find, you just need to seek them out - and trust us, it is worth it. Wines reviewed in this episode: Andre Delorme Crémant de Bourgogne Blanc de Blancs Brut Reserve, Joseph Cattin Crémant d'Alsace Brut, and 2019 Calvet Crémant de Bordeaux Brut Rosé.Contact The Wine Pair Podcast - we'd love to hear from you!Visit our website, leave a review, and reach out to us: www.thewinepairpodcast.comFollow and DM us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewinepairpodcast/Send us an email: joe@thewinepairpodcast.com

Music in the Bottle
Fried Chicken & Burgundy

Music in the Bottle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 86:55


The guys are back for another episode & are joined by Executive Director of The Roots Fund, Ikimi Dubose-Woodson! Listen to the full episode now! “Find what you love and let it kill you.” is the famous quote wrapped around a global knife tattooed on Ikimi Dubose-Woodson's back. Ikimi is the Executive Director of The Roots Fund, a nonprofit dedicated to creating inclusive opportunities for communities of color throughout the wine industry, which she co-founded in 2020 alongside Carlton McCoy, Jr. and Tahiirah Habibi. As Executive Director, she has overseen the 150+ scholarships they have awarded, the creation of a high school program, multiple externship programs with wineries, and their massive fundraising effort. She launched their first charity auction event last April, which raised over $400,000 for the organization. Ikimi has spent her career working in hospitality and leading teams at the Marriott International, LifeWorks Restaurant Group, and other hospitality groups. A graduate of Johnson & Wales and Georgetown University McCourt School of Public Policy, she has combined her passion for the wine industry with her mission to change people's lives. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/musicinthebottle/support

The DC Sports Huddle by WTOP
DC Sports Huddle: Thanksgiving, the Commanders' playoff push and a new ownership option

The DC Sports Huddle by WTOP

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 19:18


The Washington Commanders are winners of five of their last six games to sit on the cusp of a wild card playoff berth. Does a path to the postseason for the Burgundy and Gold require a win over Atlanta on Sunday?  Also inside the D.C. Sports Huddle presented by MGM National Harbor: The WTOP Sports team shares what in the D.C. sports landscape they're thankful for -- and introduce an intriguing name into the discussion for new owner of the Washington Commanders! Huddle up with WTOP Sports Director George Wallace, Senior Content Producer Rob Woodfork and fellow sports anchor Dave Preston.

The DC Sports Huddle by WTOP
Ranking the Commanders' upset win and whether it keeps Heinicke at QB

The DC Sports Huddle by WTOP

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 31:17


The Washington Commanders pulled off the biggest upset of the 2022 NFL season in Philadelphia using an old-school formula. Where does the win rank among the best in recent franchise history? And, have the Burgundy and Gold established an identity that will carry them the rest of the way? We debate whether Ron Rivera can keep this recipe and continue to ride the Taylor Heinicke rollercoaster. Also inside the D.C. Sports Huddle presented by MGM National Harbor: As Mike Thibault steps down as head coach of the Washington Mystics, we discuss his impact on basketball in the region and what's next for the championship roster he's built. Huddle up with WTOP Sports Director George Wallace, Senior Content Producer Rob Woodfork and fellow sports anchor Dave Preston.

Cork Rules
Episode 175: Rochambeau, Boston

Cork Rules

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 6:56


Michaela Quinlan, certified sommelier, joins Robert Tas to explore the wine list at Rochambeau, a classic French brasserie with a contemporary twist. The vibe here is vibrant, fun and young. French wines dominate the wine list, and you can explore wines from various regions to sample the nuances of each distinct terroir  Wines reviewed include: 2020 Jadix Picpoul de Pinet, Languedoc 2018 Chateau des Jacques, Morgon, Burgundy 2019 Domaine Serge Laporte Sancerre Rouge, Loire Valley For more information on today's episode, and the wines you love to love, visit www.corkrules.

The DC Sports Huddle by WTOP
Assessing the Commanders at midseason — can Washington stun Philly on MNF?

The DC Sports Huddle by WTOP

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 35:56


At the exact midway point of the 2022 NFL season, we discuss the best of the first half of the Washington Commanders' campaign — including our picks for team MVP — and what to expect in the second half of the Burgundy and Gold's season. Also inside the D.C. Sports Huddle presented by MGM National Harbor: What can Washington do to pull off the upset of the season in Philadelphia Monday night? We give the blueprint for the Commanders to clip the undefeated Eagles' wings and for Maryland to pull off a similar stunner in Pennsylvania when they take on the Nittany Lions Saturday in State College. Huddle up with WTOP Sports Director George Wallace, Senior Content Producer Rob Woodfork and fellow sports anchor Dave Preston.

Empires, Anarchy & Other Notable Moments
Joan of Arc Part II: ”We're on a Mission from God”

Empires, Anarchy & Other Notable Moments

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 56:16


This is the second of four episodes regarding Saint Joan of Arc, the warrior heroine of the later portion of the Hundred Years war.  This episode looks at the continuing feud between the Armagnac and Burgundy factions.  Their feud allowed for the gradual transition of Northern France to English France.  Discussion occurs regarding ones' ability to receive a vision from God and discusses the desires of Charles to receive his own messages from heaven.  Finally, the siege of Orleans begins; introducing us finally to our heroine.   Contact the show at resourcesbylowery@gmail.com  If you would like to financially support the show, please use the following paypal link.  Any support is greatly appreciated and will be used to make future episodes of the show even better.   Expect new shows to drop on Wednesday morning except for during the Winter Break period and Summer. Music is licensed through Epidemic Sound  

Wine, Work, and Passion
WINE WORK & PASSION EPISODE 27 – ParisWineGirl, Consultant, Entrepreneur – Emily Lester

Wine, Work, and Passion

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 36:13


When you think of a career in the wine industry do you find yourself dreaming of what it would be like to live and work in a world renowned wine region like Burgundy or Tuscany?  If so, this episode is for you. My guest, Emily Lester, aka ParisWineGirl, will share her wine journey that brought her to France where she has created a world that blends her love of the arts with the world of wine.  Stay tuned until the end when Emily generously shares her insights and advice on how you can follow her path abroad and thrive. Resources: Book a private career coaching session with Karen Wetzel at https://go.oncehub.com/KarenWetzel Receive a 5% discount on any Napa Valley Wine Academy classes, including WSET. Register for your course at napavalleywineacademy and use promo-code NVWApodcast Sign up for our newsletter at https://go.napavalleywineacademy.com/wine-news-that-educates Become a member at https://napavalleywineacademy.com/nvwa-membership/ To follow or reach Emily Lester: https://pariswinegirl.fr/ @ParisWineGirl https://www.linkedin.com/in/emily-lester/

Wine for Normal People
Ep 449: All About Oak Barrels with Craig Holme of Tonnellerie Radoux

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 45:50


This week's show is about the essential art of cooperage, or barrel making. Aussie winemaker and current US National Sales Manager for Tonnellerie Radoux, Craig Holme, takes us through how barrels are made, from forest to cellar. We discuss sustainability (Hint: the issue isn't the barrels or the trees, it's the fact that they come on container ships fully assembled, as winemakers order. Hello, carbon footprint!), how different regions look at barrels, and how barrels are a very personal thing to a winemaker. A cool look inside of an essential part of wine!     Thanks to the Patrons for their insightful questions that augmented the show! To join Patreon, click here.    Here are the show notes: 1. Craig tells us briefly about his early life in Mount Benson, South Australia where his family farmed Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz. He discusses how he worked in the wine industry, working harvests around the world, and then becoming a winemaker himself. For 10 years, Craig and his wife owned a small wine brand, called Holme Estate Cellars, which specialized in Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz sourced from their family vineyards in Australia. They also bought Zinfandel and Chardonnay from California. He moved into barrels about 10 years ago.   2. We discuss the process of barrel making: Forests -- Troncais, Limousin, Atelier, and American and Hungarian wood The age and requirements for a tree to make barrels (only 2-3 barrels come out of each tree. You read that right). We discuss the French laws and a bit about forestry management Radoux's proprietary tannin scanning method -- Oakscan Splitting wood Seasoning wood -- what it accomplishes, where it's done, the terroir of seasoning Toasting oak -- the process, toast levels available, how toasting is done, and the most popular toasts Radoux's wood, fresh from the forest 3. We discuss the size and shape of the barrel and why it matters (Bordeaux is 225L, Burgundy is 228 L, we explain why they are different and the other common options for barrel size)   One of Radoux's yard for seasoning the staves  4. I become just slightly obsessed with the elephant in the room -- It is completely wasteful for barrels to be assembled in France or Missouri or Eastern Europe and shipped to California, Washington, etc. It's not the fault of the barrel makers, but the expectations of the winemakers. Craig tells us where winemakers are about shipping air thousands of miles, and wasting space in cargo ships, rail and trucks (the coopers are businesses, they are fulfilling orders, it's the winemakers that are mainly at fault here for not demanding assembly close to home).      5. We discuss how winemakers pick barrels and what the choices could lead to in the wine.  Fire shapes and bends the barrels, then toasts them   6. Finally we end with some trends and the fact that oak is awesome, and it's an essential part of wine.    Thanks to Radoux and Craig Holme for joining the show!       All photos from https://www.tonnellerieradoux.com/ ____________________________________________________________________

Wine Talks with Paul Kalemkiarian
The absolutely intoxicating Lia Poveda of Glenelly Estate in South Africa

Wine Talks with Paul Kalemkiarian

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 59:06


Once in awhile a guest comes to the studio that takes over the show. Lia is one of those guests. Knowledgeable, fun, engaging and intriguing would be a few adjectives I would use to describe our conversation. And the wines were great too! lol. The Glenelly Estate is producing amazing Bordeaux style wines...butwait, they also produce Chardonnay and Pinot Noir; which is perfectly fine for Lia, she was raised in Burgundy, France. The history of South African wines is intriguing and the history of the proprietor of Glenelly, May de Lencquesaing, is nothing short of Bordeaux royalty. Have a listen to this fascinating story. 

The DC Sports Huddle by WTOP
The truth about a Snyder sale and the Commanders' crucial stretch

The DC Sports Huddle by WTOP

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 36:08


The words Washington fans have longed to hear -- Dan and Tanya Snyder are exploring a sale of the Commanders -- were finally spoken Wednesday. What should the NFL do to ensure it never again has a Snyder problem -- and who would be a worthy steward for the Burgundy and Gold? Also inside the D.C. Sports Huddle presented by MGM National Harbor: Washington faces a huge test on the field, starting Sunday against the 6-1 Minnesota Vikings in Kirk Cousins' return to FedEx Field. Can the Commanders pull the upset? And, Dave Preston delves into his college basketball previews and the exciting Saturday slate of college football. Huddle up with WTOP Sports Director George Wallace, Senior Content Producer Rob Woodfork and fellow sports anchor Dave Preston.

Empires, Anarchy & Other Notable Moments
Joan of Arc Part I: France on the Brink

Empires, Anarchy & Other Notable Moments

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 49:05


This is the first of four episodes regarding Saint Joan of Arc, the warrior heroine of the later portion of the Hundred Years war.  This episode sets the stage for Joan's dramatic arrival to the court of the Dauphin with her message from God.  The main focus will be on the feud between the Burgundy and Armagnac houses during the third phase of the war.  Their feud directly results in England's colonization of Northern France and the establishment of the short lived nation known as English France.  

Board Game Hot Takes
Top 5 Board Game Designers

Board Game Hot Takes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 64:29


In Episode 116 we discuss our top 5 favorite board game designers. We talk about our favorite designers, the games that we've loved by them as well as some we haven't, and the games that we want to try next by them. We also discuss a poll on giving up while learning games. Timestamps: 00:00 Introduction 00:27 Poll: Have you ever given up while learning a game? 12:29 Top 5 favorite board game designers 16:03 Paolo Mori (Libertalia, Ethnos, Dogs of War) 17:21 Elizabeth Hargrave (Wingspan, Tussie Mussie, The Fox Experiment, Mariposas) 19:12 Vladimir Suchy (Underwater Cities, Messina 1347, Praga Caput Regni, Last Will, Pulsar 2849) 21:13 Ivan Lashin (Smartphone, Inc., Furnace, Frozen Frontier) 22:22 Adam Kwapinski (Nemesis, Lords of Hellas, Lords of Ragnarok) 24:43 Bruno Cathala (Five Tribes, Jamaica, 7 Wonders Duel, Kingdomino, Cyclades) 28:29 Vlaada Chvatil (Through the Ages, Codenames, Galaxy Trucker, Mage Knight) 30:37 Simone Luciani, Daniele Tascini, Flaminia Brasini, Virginio Gigli (Tzolk'in: The Mayan Calendar, Lorenzo il Magnifico, Golem, Barrage, Grand Austria Hotel, Tiletum) 35:21 Stefan Feld (Castles of Burgundy, Bonfire, Carpe Diem, Trajan, Marrakesh, Notre Dame) 39:48 David Turczi (Anachrony, Voidfall, Imperium: Legends, Imperium: Classics) 42:16 Jamey Stegmaier (Tapestry, Scythe, Viticulture, Charterstone, Red Rising) 46:12 Shem Phillips, Sam Macdonald (Architects of the West Kingdom, Paladins of the West Kingdom, Viscounts of the West Kingdom, Wayfarers of the South Tigris, Scholars of the South Tigris) 48:11 Cole Wehrle (Pax Pamir: 2nd Edition, Arcs, Root, John Company 2nd Edition) 51:02 Eric Lang ( Blood Rage, Rising Sun, Ankh: Gods of Egypt, Marvel United, Victorian Masterminds, Chaos in the Old World) 56:49 Paul Dennen (Clank!, Clank! In! Space!, Clank! Legacy!, Clank! Catacombs, Dune: Imperium, Eternal: Chronicles of the Throne) 1:02:10 Listener Shoutout

FNF Unplugged
ALTA ONE: Takeaways from San Diego Include RON, and We're Not Talking About Mr. Burgundy

FNF Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 23:01


The industry was forced to go remote, mobile & virtual during the pandemic. Now, a sudden and dramatic downturn in the market will likely cement Remote Online Notary or RON as lenders look to save money on every single transaction, at every title agency or attorney's office regardless of size. In this episode, FNF's Chuck Cain welcomes digital advocate Toni Carroll who explains why RON is here to stay, and why you should embrace it.

Sound Opinions
Jimmy Jam on Working with Janet Jackson, Prince & More

Sound Opinions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 50:14 Very Popular


Since the 1980s, producers and songwriters Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis have made huge hits with artists like Janet Jackson, Boyz II Men and Mariah Carey. But finally in 2021, the duo released their debut album as artists. Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot chat with Jimmy Jam about the record and his illustrious past work. Plus, we hear the song that got Garbage's Shirley Manson Hooked on Sonics. Join our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9TBecome a member on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3slWZvcSign up for our newsletter: https://bit.ly/3eEvRnGMake a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/3dmt9lUSend us a Voice Memo: Desktop: bit.ly/2RyD5Ah  Mobile: sayhi.chat/soundops Featured Songs:Jam & Lewis, "Spinnin (feat. Mary J. Blige)," Jam & Lewis, Volume One, Flyte Tyme, BMG, 2021Jam & Lewis, "Somewhat Loved (There You Go Breakin' My Heart) (feat. Mariah Carey)," Jam & Lewis, Volume One, Flyte Tyme, BMG, 2021Janet Jackson, "What Have You Done for Me Lately," Control, A&M, 1986Jam & Lewis, "The Next Best Day (feat. Boyz II Men)," Jam & Lewis, Volume One, Flyte Tyme, BMG, 2021The S.O.S. Band, "Tell Me If You Still Care," On the Rise, Tabu/Epic, 1983Cornbread Harris and Friends, "PutThe World," Cornbread Supreme Volume 1, 2631577 Records DK, 2002Janet Jackson, "Control," Control, A&M, 1986The S.O.S. Band, "Just Be Good to Me," On the Rise, Tabu/Epic, 1983Jam & Lewis, "Happily Unhappy (feat. Toni Braxton)," Jam & Lewis, Volume One, Flyte Tyme, BMG, 2021New Edition, "Can You Stand the Rain," Heart Break, MCA, 1987Janet Jackson, "Nasty," Control, A&M, 1986The S.O.S. Band, "Take Your Time (Do It Right)," SOS, Tabu, 1980Janet Jackson, "Miss You Much," Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814, A&M, 1989Chaka Khan, "Angel," Funk This, Burgundy, 2007Garbage, "No Gods No Masters," No Gods No Masters, Infectious Music, 2021Stray Cats, "Stray Cat Strut," Stray Cats, Arista, 1981Superchunk, "Endless Summer," Wild Loneliness, Merge, 2022

Couchview Sports
Commanders Head to Indy to Try to Get to .500

Couchview Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 28:31


Anthony and Brian look at the Commanders trips to Indy.  Can the Burgundy and Gold get to .500?  And moves made across the NFC East.  What, if anything, should the Commanders do at the trade deadline? ___________________________________________________________________________________Presented by BETONLINE.  Use promo code: BLEAV to receive your 50% welcome bonus on your first deposit! Follow the guys and the show on Twitter: @BleavCommanders @MrArmstrong13 @bmurph13

BGO Blind Pig - A Washington Football Team Podcast
2022 Week 8: Washington Commanders at Indianapolis Colts

BGO Blind Pig - A Washington Football Team Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 80:23


On this week's Blind Pig, the guys talk about the potential return and future of Chase Young, the nail-biter vs. Green Bay, and wax poetically about what we hope our Commanders do to the reeling Colts and their first-time QB starter this Sunday in Indy. Special Guest: Kel VarnsenOh - and SELL THE TEAM!Join us at www.bgobsession.com BGObsession, a Burgundy and Gold Obsession is the most intelligent, friendly community of Washington Commanders fans on the web - since 2009!

Ref the District
Back to Back victories for the Washington Commanders! Day After Reckoning

Ref the District

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 89:15


The Washington Commanders have done what nobody thought they could.  They beat Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers at FedEx Field for their first back to back wins of the year.  Final score was 23-21Taylor Heinicke started rough but after settling in had a very good 2nd half and ended up throwing 2 touchdown passes, one each to Antonio Gibson and Terry McLaurin.  The defense was stellar only allowing 14 points against while forcing Green Bay to go 0-6 on 3rd down.So we get to celebrate for the 2nd week in a row in this week's Day After Reckoning!  Our guest is Lynell Willingham, host of Burgundy and Gold Today on TheTeam980 & host of Burgundy and Gold Gameday Live on 106.7 The Fan.Follow us on Twitter: @RefTheDistrict @TrevHTTC @theNathanParry @RTDTheStoner Email us: RefTheDistrict@gmail.com Instagram: RefTheDistrict_podcast Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/refthedistrict Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/ReftheDistrict/ And find us wherever you listen to your podcasts...Google, Apple, Spotify, Amazon by searching for Ref The District #WashingtonCommanders #GreenBayPackers #DayAfterReckoningSupport the show

Cork Rules
Episode 161: Le Penguin, Connecticut

Cork Rules

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 6:26


Michaela Quinlan, certified sommelier, and Robert Tas dive into the wine list at Le Penguin, a French bistro that delivers local seasonal ingredients with farm-to-table freshness. Tantalizing appetizers and select wine pairings have been chosen to complement their menu of fish, chicken and beef entrees. Wines reviewed include: 2019 Caillou Bourgogne Blanc, Burgundy 2016 Domaine de l'Olivette 2018 Ladoucette Pouilly Fume, France For more information on today's episode, and the wines you love to love, visit www.corkrules.com.

History of the Netherlands
46 - The Treaty of Senlis

History of the Netherlands

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 63:01


In March 1492, the town burghers and knights of Guelders hailed Charles of Egmont as their duke, beginning a four decade period of bitter, contested conflict with the Habsburg Burgundian state. That's right, just as the revolts in Flanders came to an end with the surrender of Sluis, the football of violent defiance was handballed from Flanders to Guelders. But across most of the Low Countries, a period of relative calm would ensue, as the prins naturel of Burgundy, Philip the Handsome, was now 14 years old and would soon come to rule in his own right, deflating the angst people had at being governed by a foreign prince for the past 15 years. The final siren on this era of instability was blown on May 23, 1493, with the signing of the Treaty of Senlis between Charles VIII and Maximilian. This treaty released Margaret of Austria from captivity in France and saw the counties of Artois, Burgundy and Charolais returned to team Habsburg. Not long after Senlis, Emperor Frederick III would die, essentially elevating Maximilian to that role. The times they were a-changin', which is basically what all times do. And these were certainly times. With thanks to John Bronkhorst, Claire Hamilton Russell, Dita Vyslouzilova, Shelley U and Jude Espiritu for their Patreon support. PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/historyofthenetherlands TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/historyofNL Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Bottled in China
The History and Future of Burgundy with Master of Wine, Jasper Morris

Bottled in China

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 39:44


For the first time, the latest annual Power 100 list features Burgundy more than Bordeaux among its ranking of the most powerful wines. This change indicates the increased popularity of Burgundy and implores us to assess its effects on the world of wine. Join us in today's podcast episode as we dive into Burgundy's past, present, and future with acclaimed wine critic and expert Jasper Morris. We'll dissect winemaking and production as well as potential wine system adaptations. Most significantly, however, we will explore the reasons behind Burgundy's escalation in demand and the subsequent repercussions on the wine market.Find out more: https://www.insideburgundy.comAre you a Burgundy lover? Get the Inside Burgundy - The Second Edition now to find all the best wine reviews!Connect with Jasper on instagram @jaspermorris.insideburgundyListen to the podcast on Itunes or watch on  YoutubeSince 2016, Bottled in China brings you into the food and drink scene through conversations with the some of the most happening personalities. Hosted by Emilie Steckenborn, the show is your one spot for all things food, beer, wine and spirits from across the world. Connect with us on LinkedIn or Instagram @bottled.in.china Podcast available on iTunes, Spotify , online or wherever you listen to your episodes!

Dirty Glove Bastard: Off The Porch
2Eleven DGB Off The Porch Interview

Dirty Glove Bastard: Off The Porch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 42:45


Interview by Haze of DGB https://www.instagram.com/mike_tall Recently we caught up with LA rapper 2 Eleven for an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview! During our conversation he talked about life in Inglewood, jumping off the porch, opening up a store in his neighborhood, having poor guidance as a kid, the gang culture in LA, being a positive role model in his community, not taking music serious when he first signed with CTE, reveals that Jeezy signed him off some gangsta s*** & not because of his music, falling out with Jeezy over $400k, beefing with Blackwall Street, having good relationship with the other former CTE rappers, knowing Freddie Gibbs before he was with Jeezy, explains how he linked with Suge Knight before Jeezy, reveals he has a couple songs with 2Pac, reveals what Suge Knight really was like, being banned from the nightclubs in Hollywood, knowing Ice Burgundy since he was 16, being cool with Burgundy when he was with Waka & Bricksquad Monopoly when they were beefing with Jeezy, having a conversation with Waka during the beef, running into Gucci Mane a couple times, his upcoming project, starting his own clothing line, having his own water, the inspiration for opening The Level Up store, and much more!

The Oregon Wine History Archive Podcast
Ben Casteel: Oral History Interview

The Oregon Wine History Archive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 104:14


This interview is with Ben Casteel of Bethel Heights Vineyard. In this interview, Ben speaks about being born into the wine industry. He goes over what it was like growing up on a vineyard and working with his father, uncle, and cousins. He describes his education and his interest in English Literature before he decided to pursue wine. Ben also talks about going to France, learning the language, and working on a vineyard in Burgundy. Later, Ben speaks about how his career in the Oregon Wine Industry took off. He discusses his work at Rex Hill and what it was like starting as a Warehouse Manager and growing until he became Assistant Winemaker. Then, he talks about his decision to go back home and take on the role as Winemaker at his family's vineyard. This interview was conducted by Rich Schmidt at Bethel Heights Vineyard in Salem on May 12, 2021.

The DC Sports Huddle by WTOP
Making sense of the Commanders' QB conundrum and Snyder's ownership strife

The DC Sports Huddle by WTOP

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 22:04


The Washington Commanders will be without Carson Wentz for at least a month, opening the door for Taylor Heinicke's return to the starting lineup. Will the journeyman backup yield better results for the Burgundy and Gold offense against Green Bay and beyond? Could the switch to Heinicke be permanent?  Also inside the D.C. Sports Huddle presented by MGM National Harbor: Jim Irsay's Tuesday remarks about Dan Snyder sent shockwaves through the NFL and put the Commanders owner on the defensive. Is this truly the beginning of the end of the Snyder era in Washington?  Huddle up with WTOP Senior Sports Director Dave Johnson, Sports Director George Wallace, Senior Content Producer Rob Woodfork and fellow sports anchor Dave Preston.

F1 And Done
Guest: Sean Kelly, Nippon, Harmonica, Wish List, Burgundy, Spirit Air, Ashtray, Old Forrester, Montclair, Place de la Concorde, W Series, Montreal Screwjob, Scooby Doo, Cost Cap, Cheaters, Don Bolduc, Super PAC, Truncheon

F1 And Done

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 60:07


AigoraCast
Carlos Gómez–Corona - Embrace Psychology

AigoraCast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 35:04


Carlos Gómez–Corona is the Global Director of Consumer Research at Firmenich. His main responsibilities are to understand the future consumption of proteins, and the perception of natural and sustainable flavors and ingredients. He has conducted research both in academia and the industry, as well as teaching in the area of sensory and consumer science, collaborating with several research groups worldwide. His publications focus mainly on consumption experience, product perception and representation, and social responsibility. He obtained his master's degree in Sensory & Consumer Research from the University of Burgundy in France, followed by a Ph.D. in Consumer Research at UAM-Mexico, in collaboration with the Centre des Sciences du Gout and ISA Lille. Carlos was awarded the Rose Marie Pangborn Sensory Science Scholarship in 2014 and is part of the editorial board of Food Research International, and editor at Cogent Business & Management.   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carlos-gomez-corona-424b22109/ Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Carlos_Gomez-Corona Twitter: https://twitter.com/CarlosXOOC   To learn more about Aigora, please visit www.aigora.com

Roadside Terroir
S2E4: Harvest in Burgundy

Roadside Terroir

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 71:33


This special episode documents our experience harvesting in Burgundy during Vendanges 2022. We spend our time picking grapes for our dear friends Tomoko and Guillaume of Chanterêves. Tomoko walks us through every step of their winemaking process -- from selecting in the vineyards, to fermentations, pressing, and barreling down-- allowing us to experience the metamorphosis of a great wine. Towards the end of harvest we stop in at Domaine Bruno Clair in order to get a vintage perspective from the Côte de Nuits.  This unique episode is meant to capture the sounds and feelings of a true Burgundian harvest -- so you should expect it to sound a bit different, and a bit more off-the-cuff than our typical episodes. We'll be back with our full exploration of the Côte d'Or with a full episode dedicated to white burgundy next month! This episode is created by Brenna Quigley, Nick Canepa, and Jeff Alvarez. With support from Esa Eslami, Ali Massie, and our Grand Cru Patron Steve Lipin. This episode is sponsored in part by Hautes Côtes, a boutique travel and event planning company based in the Hautes Côtes de Beaune. Thank you to our season 2 partners for making this season possible: Becky Wasserman & Co, La Paulee, and Acker Wines Check out our website roadsideterroir.com for more details and a full transcript of this episode, plus information about our team and how to support this season. Thank you for listening--don't forget to hit subscribe!

Wine for Normal People
Ep 446: Côte de Beaune of Bourgogne (Burgundy), Part 2

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 59:24 Very Popular


This week's show covers the southern part of the Côte de Beaune, south of Meursault. In this part of the Côte de Beaune you will find some of the most famed, stunning Chardonnay on earth. We start with a recap of episode 455 to tie these two shows together. Then we work our way through the southern half of the Côte de Beaune and the most famed Chardonnays in the world from the Montrachet family of vineyards. Like the first show, this is quite a download and we try to provide a structure for understanding this study in terroir, which sets us up well to do deeper dives on other parts of Bourgogne so we can understand the villages even better.   As in the first show, we don't need much in the notes besides this wonderful map from the Vins de Bourgogne site, but I'll throw a few things down here just for recap.   Here are the show notes: We discuss the pricing of Burgundy and why wines are so expensive. We talk about the difference between Burgundy and Napa that was sparked by a conversation on Patreon. Here is the podcast I talk about with Laurent Delaunaywhere we address some of the pricing issues. We talk a bit about the negociant system and the secondary market before moving to the communes.   _____________________________ This show covers the southern communes of the Côte de Beaune only, from Blagny to Marange    Blagny (Blaeh-NE  -- Pinot Noir) Between Puligny-Montrachet and Meursault, Blagny is a small village appellation with red wines exclusively of Pinot Noir. The majority of wine is classified as Premier Cru. Whites are permitted to be Meursault or Puligny-Montrachet, but not Blagny – since white is often better here, Blagny is not well-known because the name is only for red Blagny has steeper vineyards than most spots in Burgundy and they are at higher altitudes 340- 400 metres/1,116 -1,312 ft vineyards. In the past, vignerons didn't want to make wine in the village because it was too cool, but with climate change it is becoming more popular Blagny's Pinot is like red fruit, black fruit, sandalwood, and spice. With age which it needs because tannins can be strong, leather, pepper, cocoa, licorice, earthy, gamy notes appear.   St. Aubin: (Pinot Noir and Chardonnay) Aubin is between Chassagne-Montrachet and Puligny-Montrachet, but it does not lie on the main Côte d'Or escarpment, but rather in a valley west of Chassagne. In warmer years, this cooler climate area does well, especially the top Premier cru En Remilly, Murgers des Dents de Chien (means teeth of the dog -due to the sharp stones there) and La Chatenière Aubin grows a majority of white (Chardonnay), and the best sites arecloser to Puligny and Chassagne. Common notes are white flowers, lime, flint, chalk, mineral, almond, hazelnut, orange, mineral, and cinnamon. St. Aubin blanc can be sharp in youth or can be full – depending on vintage, terroir and producer. With age the wine is more like beeswax and honey and marzipan. Whites can age up to 10 years. The Pinot Noir is has black fruit with spice and cocoa notes. The wine can be tannic in youth but becomes softer and more herbal with 5-8 years.     Puligny-Montrachet & Chassagne-Montrachet (with Meursault, termed the "Côte des blancs" or “the slope of the "whites" Puligny-Montrachet  (Chardonnay and Pinot Noir) A very small vineyard area (95 ha/235 acres) of nearly all Chardonnay –the terroir is complex in Puligny. The hillside has many different limestone, marl, and alluvial soils. The slopes face east and southeast. Four Grands Crus of Montrachet are located in the borders of Puligny.  Top Premiers Crus: Le Cailleret, Les Pucelles, Les Demoiselles, Les Combettes, Folatières The Chardonnay is known for floral, mineral, marzipan, hazelnut, lemongrass, croissant, honey, lemon curd, limeade, peach, and green apple aromas and flavors. Producers traditionally use oak fermentation and aging but the flavors are restrained. We discuss the Grands Crus, all in the southern part of the appellation: Bâtard-Montrachet (10.27 ha/25.38 acres, shared with Chassagne) and Bienvenues-Bâtard-Montrachet (3.43 ha/8.48 acres, all in Puligny) are lower down the hill from Montrachet. The wines are honeyed and minerally, but less rich than Le Montrachet and Chevalier-Montrachet Le Montrachet (9.59 ha/ 23.7 acres, shared with Chassagne) is considered the best white wine on earth. The Grand Cru is from the ideal mid-slope. The wines are (apparently) elegant with powerful fruit, minerality, smoke, toasty aromas and flavors. Bottles start at about US$600/bottle Chevalier-Montrachet (7.48 ha/18.48 acres, only in Puligny) is nearly as good as Le Montrachet, lying at a higher elevation, with less clay Photo Credit: BIVB  Chassagne (Chardonnay and Pinot Noir) Chassagne is one of the largest communes in the Cote d'Or with 761 acres/308 ha – Chardonnay is 70% of production and Pinot Noir is 30%. With complex soils, there is a range of quality and flavor in the village wines. The Chardonnay has pronounced mineral, white flower (verbena, honeysuckle), toasted almonds, toast (from oak), and fresh butter. The wine can be like peach in riper years. They are full but always have a backbone of acidity. The Pinots are fruity with black fruit, strawberry briar, and earth notes. It is soft but has tannin and needs time to mellow. There are 55 Premier crus of varying quality, since most of the steep slopes are for Premier Crus and Grands Crus of Chardonnay, much of the Village wine on the flatter areas is Pinot Noir Grands Crus: Shared with Puligny: Bâtard Montrachet, Le Montrachet Criots-Bâtard-Montrachet: 100% in Chassagne -- 1.57 ha/3.88 acres, very small production   From the Bourgogne Website: To remember their names, here is the story they offer: The Seigneur of Montrachet set off on a crusade, entrusting his virgin daughter to his favorite Chevalier (knight). In his absence, what happened, happened, and a child was born illegitimately. On his return from the Crusades, the Seigneur discovered this Bâtard (bastard), who started to cry when he saw him. The Seigneur then said: “Criots-Bâtard!” (The bastard cries!). But he was a good man, and welcomed the child into the family with these words: “Bienvenues-Bâtard-Montrachet” (Welcome, Bastard of Montrachet).     Santenay  (Pinot Noir and Chardonnay) This is the last major village of the Côte d'Or and makes nearly all red wine, only 1/8 is Chardonnay. The orientation is still eastern and southern but here there is a shift to more southerly facing vineyards, still with limestone and clay. Santenay's Pinot Noir is earthy, with dark flower notes like rose petals, violet, red fruit and licorice. It can have lighter tannin, is acidic, and is a great intro to Burgundy that we can sort of afford. The Chardonnay is minerally and floral with great acidity, and a trace of nuts and spice. 

   Maranges MAHR-ohnjhze (Pinot Noir and Chardonnay) This is where a total shift takes place and the Côte de Beaune terroir changes. In Maranges, the hills face south and southwest and the slopes become gentler, soils break down and become more of a patchwork. Gentler slopes, more heat and heavy clay lead to dark, rich wines (they were used as vins de médecin, to beef up the wines of the Côte de Nuits in bad years, so they never focused much on their own quality). Maranges is located in a different administrative department, Saône-et-Loire, where the Côte Chalonnaise lies. It's made up of three villages of Cheilly-lès-Maranges, Dezize lès-Maranges and Sampigny-lès-Maranges The Pinot Noir is fuller and darker with red preserves, black cherry, earth, licorice, pepper, and less nuance. The wines have smooth tannin, medium acidity and are similar to those of the Côte Chalonnaise. The Chardonnay is floral with minerals and honey, it is an easy drinking wine.   We hope you enjoyed the two part series on the Côte de Beaune. Lots to learn and this is just the start.     Photo Credit: BIVB  _______________________________________________________________ Thanks to our sponsors this week: Wine Spies uncovers incredible wines at unreal prices - on every type of wine in a variety of price points. It's not a club and there's no obligation to buy. Sign up for their daily email and buy what you want, when you want it. They have a build-a-case option, so you can mix and match wines while enjoying free shipping on every purchase. Visit www.winespies.com/normal you'll get $20 credit to use on your first order! Check them out today!   If you think our podcast is worth the price of a bottle or two of wine a year, please become a member of Patreon... you'll get even more great content, live interactions and classes!  www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople   To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes

Urban Music Report
Jack's Splendid Wine and Food Show : Wines Of France Ep. 5 Burgundy

Urban Music Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 25:35


This episode of Jack's Wines of France Series, Jack, The Affluent Traveler, is showcasing Burgundy. The Burgundy Region is best known For Lands and Wines of complexity and character.Watch The Complete Episodes Of Jack's Splendid Wine and Food Show on AppleTV, Roku, and Verizon ConnectedTV Devices. Add The H20 Channel To Your Device.

Wine Blast with Susie and Peter
Inside the Fort Knox of Wine

Wine Blast with Susie and Peter

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 54:24 Very Popular


Fancy joining us as we break into the Fort Knox of wine?!It's an old mine and former munitions dump in the middle of the English countryside that now holds over 9 million bottles and £1bn+ of stock. It's one of the biggest such storage facilities in the world and one (whisky) bottle stored there recently sold for £1.2m.Only downside? Security is tight. And you have to climb up 157 steps to get back out. Good thing Peter was actually invited in - and had a 'sustaining' lunch before the journey back up into the real world (including Cheval Blanc 1949, Krug 1996, Domaine Fourrier Clos St Jacques 2005 and Coche-Dury Meursault Genevrières 2010). It's quite the adventure: something of a wine pilgrimage, which makes for a fascinating episode diving into professional wine storage, why some wines and people need it, wine investment...and of course an insight into how those very rare and special wines are tasting.Very much related to the last point, this episode also features the audio treat of Peter trying his best to make sense while the wrong side of multiple delicious glasses and 100 feet under the Wiltshire turf in cavernous tunnels stuffed with millions of bottles of the world's finest wines. It's worth the listen, even if solely for comedy value.All details from this episode, together with photos to help set the scene, are on our website: Show notes for Wine Blast S4 E2 - Inside the Fort Knox of Wine.We love to hear from you so please do get in touch via Instagram or Twitter. Or you can star on the show - send us a voice message via Speakpipe.Either way, thanks for popping in. This show really is for everyone. Cheers to you!

The Wine Conversation
▻ Olivier Bernstein

The Wine Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 49:05


Olivier Bernstein is one of Burgundy's new bright stars. He talks to Elin McCoy on how he left his family's classical music business and decided to make top Burgundy. Find out how he came to establish himself as a micro-negociant with a sensational range of Grands and Premiers Crus of the Côte de Nuits, and set a record price for his jeroboam of Romanée St-Vivant when auctioned by Cult Wines. Listen in to hear Olivier's story and the different path he took to realise his dream.

Boozy Biddies Talk Wine
98: The French Wine Harvest Report 2022

Boozy Biddies Talk Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 16:45


The biddies continue their harvest reporting with a first stop in France. Tune in to hear all about the 2022 vintage and what you can expect when these wines hit the shelves. For the full show notes: boozybiddies.com/98 Boozy Biddies is an irreverant yet (sometimes surprisingly) informative exploration of wine and spirits. Led by the "biddies" aka, Calla Bischoff and Kara Ferreira, two friends since college and imbibers of all the things.

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine
The Relevance of Wine Competitions w/ Doug Frost, MW, MS

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 44:30


What is the relevance of having 100s of gold medal wines and the competitions that hand them out? According to Doug Frost, MW, MS, it references back to the 19th century, when people were trying to describe what was happening in their wine regions. Doug describes the history, value, drawbacks, and key success factors of wine competitions. He delves into their changing influence in the era of the wine critic and the modern era of the sommelier. He contrasts this with the Wine Pinnacle Awards, now in its second incarnation in Singapore. Detailed Show Notes: Doug's background Master of Wine and Master Sommelier for more than 25 yearsRestaurant background, has worked in retail, distribution, and now owns a winery (Echolands Winery)Wine competition historyStarted in the 19th century - attempts to describe what's happening in a winegrowing region, e.g., 1855 Classification of BordeauxThe 1950s-1960s - started to grow, especially in regions outside of Bordeaux and Burgundy, which had classifications to prove wines were high qualityE.g., 1976 - “Judgment of Paris” tasting where CA wines beat French winesThe 1980s-1990s - competitions grew to find out the best of the areas w/o classifications, mainly “new world” such as the US and AustraliaCompetition examplesSonoma County Fair - focused on SonomaDecanter World Wine Awards - covers the world, dependent on wineries submitting wines, ranks the best of the wines submittedValue of competitions - tells you about wines you haven't heard about yetDrawbacks of competitionsWineries w/ proven track records often don't submit - more downside than upsideThey usually charge for submissionsKeys to a successful competitionThe quality of judges is keyKnow the purpose of the competition (e.g., examining a specific region, grape variety, etc.)Control the style of wines w/in categories, and make sure a particular style does not dominate every flight - e.g., Jefferson Cup controls the # of wines from a regionCompetitions vs. wine critics/magazinesCompetitions - no expectation that top brands submitTop magazines - top brands must show upCompetitions are still relevant in Australia; in the US, competitions gave way to individual critics, which may now be giving way to others (e.g., crowdsourced scores)Still in the era of the sommelierSomms talk to each other (vs. retailers)Somms influence each other (Pinnacle tries to embody the same idea)Somms actually sell wine (vs. critics)Wine Pinnacle AwardsCo-created by Jeannie Cho Lee MWInternational in scope - dozens of judges from all over the world, each region has equal weightingJudges mostly MSs, MWs, and senior wine writersEach judge was asked to nominate stand-out wines from a specific region and vintage that stood out in their tastings over the past few years (e.g., best Bordeaux from 2010)Target audience - collectors and more experienced consumersTrying to not bring up the same wineries every year by highlighting different vintages, including overlooked onesHosts an award ceremony each year where tickets are sold, does not charge for submissions Get access to library episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Wine for Normal People
Ep 445: Côte de Beaune of Bourgogne (Burgundy), Part 1

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 61:35 Very Popular


  We don't need much in the notes besides this wonderful map from the Vins de Bourgogne site, but I'll throw a few things down here just for recap  (Notes to come...)

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
France faces mustard shortage

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 4:57


France's favorite condiment is disappearing from supermarket shelves. Drought has crippled harvests of mustard seeds in one of the major export nations: Canada. A report from France's Burgundy region, where mustard is part of the local culture.

Poplitically Incorrect
The F Word (with Jess Rothschild)

Poplitically Incorrect

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 95:39 Very Popular


The alphabet mafia energy is strong this week as Jess Rothschild returns to discuss Billy Eichner's Bros bombing, the hatred towards white gays, do lesbians exist, Fire Island, The Birdcage, Carol's Oscars snub, gay promiscuity, Bethenny suing TikTok, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and more. Before that, Jacques discusses satanic evil and Clive Barker's queer Hellraiser and the movie's new Hulu remake. For more content, subscribe to Unpopular on Patreon! You get access to bonus episodes and get to help keep Unpopular's lights on. https://www.patreon.com/unpopularjp Please support the show by leaving a five star review on Apple or Spotify, or by joining Patreon or donating to Buy Me a Coffee. Movies mentioned on the pod: Hellraiser (1987), Hellraiser (2022), The Birdcage (1996), Carol (2015), Bros (2022), Fire Island (2022), To Wong Foo (1995), The Duke of Burgundy (2014).FOLLOW UNPOPULAR:https://www.instagram.com/unpopularjp/https://twitter.com/unpopularjp FOLLOW HOT TAKES & DEEP DIVES:https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/hot-takes-deep-dives/id1507502534 https://open.spotify.com/show/0C6LcRsZiLdPBa2g95YWwr https://www.instagram.com/hottakesdeepdives/ https://www.instagram.com/jessxnyc/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Meet The Expert with Elliot Kallen
The Business of Winemaking with Jean-Charles Boisset - Meet the Expert with Elliot Kallen

Meet The Expert with Elliot Kallen

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 49:56


Welcome to Season 2, Episode 32 of Meet the Expert® with Elliot Kallen!In this episode, Elliot Kallen brings on Jean-Charles Boisset to talk about the business of making wine. Tune in to learn about different wine varietals, food pairings, Baccarat crystal glasses, and more. Should you be decanting your Champagne? Click play to find out!Meet with Elliot: https://calendly.com/elliotkallenRead More: https://prosperityfinancialgroup.com/meet-the-expert-with-elliot-kallen/the-business-of-winemaking-with-jean-charles-boisset/Watch More: https://prosperityfinancialgroup.com/meet-the-investing-expert-with-elliot-kallen/

The DC Sports Huddle by WTOP
The harsh reality of the Washington Commanders

The DC Sports Huddle by WTOP

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 17:44


The Washington Commanders are on a three-game losing skid and trending in the wrong direction. Can Ron Rivera right the ship or is he part of the problem? The WTOP Sports team debates the points in Rob's column detailing what ails the Burgundy and Gold. Come inside the D.C. Sports Huddle presented by MGM National Harbor with WTOP Senior Sports Director Dave Johnson, Sports Director George Wallace, Senior Content Producer Rob Woodfork and fellow sports anchor Dave Preston.

Grant and Danny
Commanders new unis, Brandon Marshall & Pac Man Jones joins G&D LIVE in studio

Grant and Danny

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 32:02


10.5.22 Hour 21:00- Commanders debuted their black uniforms on Sunday, and will now debut their Burgundy jerseys this sunday. 18:30- Brandon Marshall & Adam "Pac Man" Jones, hosts of I AM Athlete, join G&D to preview their live show in DC tomorrow night. Details in this segment. 

Jasper Morris Inside Burgundy
Taiwan Zoom Tasting - La Vie Wine

Jasper Morris Inside Burgundy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 42:33


 We recently had our first ever zoom tasting with a close group of enthusiastic Burgundy lovers in Taiwan.  A wonderful evening with great company and a fantastic line up of wines.Zoom tasting wine list:1. Chassagne Montrachet le Concis du Champ 2019 - Hubert Lamy2. Puligny Montrachet Les Perrières 2017 1500ml - Francois Carillon3. Gevrey Chambertin Evocelles 2017 - Dugat-PY4. Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru les Champeaux 2017 - Denis Mortet5. Gevrey Chambertin Les Fontenys 2015 - Joseph Roty6. Vosne Romanee 1er Cru les Beaux Monts 2015 - Jean Grivot7. Echezeaux Grand Cru 2018 - Coquard-Loison-FleurotWatch the video replay here.Listen on our podcasts:• Apple Podcast• Spotify PodcastSubscribe 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/See all our events at: https://www.insideburgundy.com/all-events/Daily updates on our Instagram: @insideburgundy#jmib #zoom #winetasting#JMIBLive #JasperMorris#insideburgundy #JMIB #JMIBLive #jaspermorris#wine #insideburgundy#burgundywine #wine #burgundy

ScreenVomit
The Duke Of Burgundy: Going Back to the Human Toilet - feat. Kevin Vu

ScreenVomit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 64:45


I'm joined by freaky little filmmaker KEVIN VU to break down the 2014 Peter Strickland film THE DUKE OF BURGUNDY! We get into "legal" and "above board" ways to find rare and unusual films, butterfly lesbians, and Kevin seeks a maid of his own to do ASMR of whispering safe words! After dark, we get into Gentleman Jack, Kids in the Hall, League of Gentlemen, Inside Number 9, Would It Kill You to Laugh, Kendra and Beth, Mermaids, Dinner in America, Four Months Three Weeks and Two Days, and Revolutionary Road. Find Kevin's work here: kevinvu.net instagram.com/kevvu And you can find me online everywhere @screenvomit, or hit the links here: http://linktr.ee/screenvomit !

The Wine Makers on Radio Misfits
The Wine Makers – Diana Snowden Seysses

The Wine Makers on Radio Misfits

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 84:46


From Napa to Burgundy to washable labels. This week's show was not really about wine but what does "wine" need to do to be truly sustainable. The work sustainable has been used and thrown around so much it really doesn't mean anything. I mean spraying a herbicide on the ground directly under your grapevines? Ok, that's not what this show was about. We had a great conversation about a lot of things. Diana makes wine to two of the most coveted growing areas in the world, Burgundy and Napa Valley. She has installed a system in Burgundy to capture the carbon dioxide from the fermenters during harvest. Her newest project focused on a wine called Snowden Cousins, organically grown grapes with reusable bottles, no foils and water soluble labels. This show will have a part 2 and by that time we hope you will have heard more about this. What would you think about collecting bottles to be reused? Recycling is great but why melt down the bottles, why not reuse them? www.instagram.com/dianasnowsey www.snowdenvineyards.com www.dujac.com/en/the-domain www.portoprotocol.com  

In the Green Room
Boyer Family Winery, California meets Burgundy

In the Green Room

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022


Boyer Family Winery, California meets Burgundy #inthegreenroom #inthegreenroompodcast #boyerfamilywine #gabrieljustice #savingtheplanet #deepchetty #kinga

Wine for Normal People
Ep 439: Gamay All Day with Serge Doré (AKA, Serge talks about Beaujolais!)

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 43:51 Very Popular


Another energetic, entertaining show with Serge!   Serge Doré with his daughter Gabriele. Photo: JoAnn Actis-Grande Portsmouth Herald Serge Doré, importer of French wine (and American via Quebec…he's a man of many identities and a worldliness we can only aspire to!) and popular podcast favorite, joins us to talk about Beaujolais, one of his favorite regions. Like all the French regions with which he works, Serge has seen the ups and downs of Beaujolais and has stuck around through a lot in working with the producers here. In the show, Serge takes us through the evolution of the region. He details the rise and fall of the Beaujolais Nouveau craze, the aftermath, and the outstanding recent history of the region. He shares stories of producers he imports and gives us inside dirt.   Here are the topics we cover: Serge began working in Beaujolais in 1979. He tells us about the region then and what it was like to meet the famed Georges Duboeuf and learn about Beaujolais from him.  We discuss the phenomenon of Beaujolai Nouveau and how it was the rise and fall of the region (and how the crus are responsible for the rebirth of Beaujolais).   We discuss the three main areas of Beaujolais: the basic Beaujolais AOP in the south, the Beaujolais-Villages AOP, mainly in the north, and the 10 Beaujolais Crus, all in the north. We discuss why soil and location matters so much in this area of the world and give ideas on the character of some of the crus: Regnie, Saint-Amour, Chiroubles, Brouilly, Cote de Brouilly, Fleurie, Chenas, and Julienas, Morgan and Moulin-a-Vent Older map from Beaujolais.com Serge describes the scenery, culture, and people of Beaujolais in a way only he can! It sounds like we all need to get there ASAP!   Serge opines on how Burgundy and Beaujolais are different and the relationship between them.   We discuss Serge's producers in Beaujolais and how they are part of the exclusive Terroirs Originels group (list of producers is here). His portfolio includes: Jean-Michel Dupré, Lucien Lardy, Laurent Gauthier, Pascal Aufranc, and Patrick Tranchand (you can get them in New Hampshire and Massachusetts or order them online) This is a DELICIOUS wine!!!    We discuss the dynamic producers of Beaujolais, how they are coping with climate change, and Serge's advice for enjoying beautiful Beaujolais! Go to Serge Doré Selections to learn more and find out where you can get these beautiful wines! ____________________________________________________ Thanks to our sponsors this week: Wine Spies uncovers incredible wines at unreal prices - on Zinfandel, Barolo, Champagne...you name it - up to 75% off! It's not a club and there's no obligation to buy. They have a build-a-case option, so you can mix and match wines while enjoying free shipping on every purchase. Visit www.winespies.com/normal you'll get $10 credit to use on your first order! Check them out today!   If you think our podcast is worth the price of a bottle or two of wine a year, please become a member of Patreon... you'll get even more great content, live interactions and classes!  www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople   To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes