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Luego de una trayectoria profesional muy relevante, Fátima Castelán dejó su país por amor y acompañó a su esposo en su nueva aventura laboral en Brasil. ¿La desventaja? Ahí no podía ejercer su profesión, al no tener visa de trabajo. Muchas personas talentosas y con una amplia experiencia profesional, se encuentran en una situación similar fuera de sus países de origen. Por eso, Fátima decidió fundar "Talentosas Expatriadas", una plataforma que integra: Consultoría de carrera para mujeres expatriadas, oportunidades de trabajo y un directorio internacional de expertos en servicios para expatriados. En este episodio de Hola Poderosa, Fátima nos comparte cómo le dio la vuelta a su situación y terminó desarrollando una solución que beneficiara a muchas más mujeres. Conoce este proyecto en: https://talentosasexpatriadas.com/ Entra a la tribu Speakhers: https://www.speakhers.co/ Conecta con Gabriela Mitri aquí: https://www.instagram.com/gabimitri/
Côte-d'Or attractivité organisait cette semaine une présentation du label « Vignobles & découvertes » au Castel de Très Girard à Morey Saint Denis.Côte-d'Or attractivité et sa Présidente Marie-Claire Bonnet-Vallet avaient mis les petits plats dans les grands pour rappeler l'importance que tient chez nous l'œnotourisme, filière phare pour l'attractivité de la Côte-d'Or. Pour ce rendez-vous fixé dans le superbe établissement lui-même labellisé Vignobles et découvertes « le Castel de Très Girard » à Morey Saint Denis, c'est le Président de la structure « Atout France » qui avait fait le déplacement en Côte-d'Or, en présence des Présidents Sauvadet (département) et Gautheron (CCI). Il nous parle de ce label et plus généralement du tourisme dans notre département.
Mark & Ting : pour les curieux.ses du marketing !
Retrouvez en intégralité l'interview d'Hugo Castel, chef de produits junior pour Playstation .______________________ABONNEZ-VOUS + laissez un avis et 5 étoiles sur Apple Podcasts ou Spotify (⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐)Instagram : @mark.et.tingLinkedin : @mark-et-ting-frou notre site Internet : https://mark-et-ting.com______________________Mark & Ting est proposé par des étudiant.e.s et enseignant.e.s de Tech de Co Périgueux - IUT de Bordeaux - Université de Bordeaux. C'est le rendez-vous hebdomadaire de tous les étudiant.e.s et personnes curieux.ses du monde du marketing ! Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
La table des bons vivants - Laurent Mariotte
Chaque samedi, Laurent Mariotte et son invité vous livrent conseils, trucs et astuces autour de la gastronomie et l'alimentation. Un éclairage utile sur l'art du bien-manger. Aujourd'hui, tout savoir sur les différentes galettes des rois avec notre invité le boulanger-pâtissier Benoît Castel.
Mark & Ting : pour les curieux.ses du marketing !
Hugo Castel, chef de produits junior pour Playstation évoque son parcours en DUT Tech de Co et IAE. Il revient également sur l'importance des stages et donne de nombreux conseils à destination des étudiant.e.s actuel.le.s et futur.e.s. en marketing.______________________ABONNEZ-VOUS + laissez un avis et 5 étoiles sur Apple Podcasts ou Spotify (⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐)Instagram : @mark.et.tingLinkedin : @mark-et-ting-frou notre site Internet : https://mark-et-ting.com______________________Mark & Ting est proposé par des étudiant.e.s et enseignant.e.s de Tech de Co Périgueux - IUT de Bordeaux - Université de Bordeaux. C'est le rendez-vous hebdomadaire de tous les étudiant.e.s et personnes curieux.ses du monde du marketing ! Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
Mark & Ting : pour les curieux.ses du marketing !
Aujourd'hui, découvrez Hugo Castel : chef de produit junior chez PlayStation ! Qu'est ce qu'un chef de produit ? Comment est ce qu'on passe d'un DUT TC à un poste de chef de produit dans une entreprise aussi prestigieuse ? Découvrez comment un jeune diplômé a réussi à combiner ses passions pour le marketing et les jeux vidéos ! Bonne écoute et bonne année à tous !
PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2023.01.04.522746v1?rss=1 Authors: Han, L. T., Cohen, M. S., He, L. K., Green, L. M., Knowlton, B. J., Castel, A. D., Rissman, J. Abstract: One critical approach for promoting the efficiency of memory is to adopt selective encoding strategies to prioritize more valuable information. Past neuroimaging studies have shown that value-directed modulation of verbal memory depends heavily on engagement of left-lateralized semantic processing regions, particularly in ventrolateral prefrontal cortex (VLPFC). In the present study, we used high-definition direct current stimulation (HD-tDCS) to seek evidence for a causal role of left VLPFC in supporting the memory advantage for high-value items. Three groups of healthy young adult participants were presented with lists of words to remember, with each word accompanied by an arbitrarily assigned point value. During the first session, all participants received sham stimulation as they encoded five lists of 30 words each. Two of these lists were immediately tested with free recall, with feedback given to allow participants to develop metacognitive insight and strategies to maximize their point total. The second session had the exact same structure as the first, but the groups differed in whether they received continued sham stimulation (N=22) or anodal stimulation of the left VLPFC (N=21) or right VLPFC (N=20). Those lists not tested with immediate recall were tested with recognition judgments after a one-day delay. Since no brain stimulation was applied during this Day 2 test, any performance differences can be attributed to the effects of stimulation on Day 1 encoding processes. Anodal stimulation of left VLPFC significantly boosted participants' memory encoding selectivity. In comparison, no such effect was seen in participants who received right VLPFC or sham stimulation. Estimates of recollection- and familiarity-based responding revealed that left VLPFC stimulation specifically amplified the effects of item value on recollection. These results demonstrate a causal role for left VLPFC in the implementation of selective value-directed encoding strategies, putatively by boosting deep semantic processing of high-value words. Our findings also provide further evidence on the hemispheric lateralization of value-directed verbal memory encoding. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by Paper Player, LLC
Les têtes d'affiches de Denise Epoté
Les têtes d'affiches de Denise Epoté de TV5 Monde, comme chaque dimanche sur RFI, avec cette semaine Clémentine Pawlotsky. Sur la manchette : Amestan Fellag, premier prix Pierre Castel 2022 et Alexia Rabearivelo, ambassadrice du chocolat malgache.
Radioimmaginaria Castel San Pietro TermeBella rega! In questa nuova puntata di Castel San Pietro Terme parleremo di fratelli maggiori e minori e dei pro e i contro. Poi vi racconteremo le nostre reaction ai regali più brutti che abbiamo ricevuto e vi daremo qualche consiglio per sbarazzarcene! Stay tuned
A Hetek Originals vendége Robert C. Castel biztonságpolitikai elemző, a Neokohn főmunkatársa Robert C. Castel új honlapja: https://robertccastel.hu/robert-c-castel-fuggoleges-koporso Dedikált könyvek rendelhetők: firstname.lastname@example.org Ha még nem tetted, iratkozz fel a csatornánkra, és mondd el kommentben a véleményed. Kövess bennünket: Facebookon: https://www.facebook.com/hetek Instagramon: https://www.instagram.com/hetek.hu/ Soundcloudon: https://soundcloud.com/hetek-magazin/ és online is: https://www.hetek.hu
durée : 00:53:00 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - Claude Brasseur : "J'aborde un rôle comme chez Castel : il y a des gens qui m'intéressent, d'autres non"
Radioimmaginaria Castel San Pietro TermeCiao! Siete su Radioimmaginaria Castel San Pietro Terme e oggi vi presentiamo un nuovo speaker di nome Martin, poi parleremo delle cose che ci fanno molto arrabbiare e di cosa faremo a Natale.
This episode of The Negotiation features part 2 of our conversation with Arnault Castel. Arnault is the founder of Kapok, a retail experience that focuses on designers and brands whose work provides quality craftsmanship and creativity in design. Arnault has developed an extensive knowledge and understanding of the Asian consumer goods and retail environment since 1996 when he moved to Hong Kong from France. In 2001, he joined the team in charge of the development of the Lomography brand in Asia as the head of Southeast Asian operations. Arnault was also the co-owner and director of Working Unit Limited founded in 2005, the exclusive distributor for the Moleskine brand in Southeast Asia.In part two of our conversation, Arnault discusses how Kapok works with brands in his store, which brands are doing well resonating with consumers in Asia, whether or not it's important to have a brick-and-mortar presence in today's D2C environment, and more. He also discusses some of the risks he's taken that have paid off (and the ones that haven't), his experience as the managing director of Lomography Asia-Pacific, and what business principles he learnt while there. We close out the conversation by diving deep into the future of commerce and retail in Asia. Enjoy! Topics Discussed and Key Points: Creative control in a retail environment Market localization and why it is important Why the Japanese market is so special and distinct from the rest of the world Why Kapok failed in Singapore and Taiwan, and the lessons learned What makes Hong Kong so special for Kapok What Arnault did while at Lomography Asia-Pacific Why certain geographies and markets do not work for Kapok The future of commerce and retail in Asia Changes he is seeing at the intersection of commerce and creativity in Asia Timestamps [00:57] How Arnault works with brands in their stores, how he promotes their brands,, and what creative control he has[06:44] Arnault's market risks, which didn't always work[13:00] Arnault's experience as the MD of Lomography Asia-Pacific and the business principles he learned[26:05] Fashion and lifestyle brands that are doing well in Asia today[29:25] Are customers shifting from brick-and-mortar to digital?[34:00] How will the intersection of commerce and creativity change in the coming years?Notable Quotes[00:01:32] “When a brand is inside Kapok, we have to respect the brand. But they are also in our environment, you know.”[00:02:18] “We need to localize because people need to feel that a particular model is someone that is like me, that looks like me, that has the same job as me, and the same height as me.” [00:03:38] “Japan is special. Japan is not like the rest of the world. And that can be limiting because what might work in the rest of the world doesn't work in Japan.” [00:07:14] “When I tried to bring Kapok outside of Hong Kong, you know, in Singapore or In Taiwan, it didn't work out, you know, because multi-brand retail is very, very detail oriented, you know? You receive new products, so you need training on the products and the brand.”[00:09:51] “Sometimes you like something, and you realize you like something only when you don't have it anymore. So, when we closed in Singapore, people said:, ``Oh, we're so sad, Kapok closed. I loved the shop.”[00:15:48] “I was not this natural born entrepreneur, but you arrive here and everyone is doing it.”[00:16:14]” I would never have opened up and done all this entrepreneurialism if it's not in Hong Kong, because this is a place where people take a lot of risks.”[00:21:22] “In order to succeed, I need to do things in a different, different way. If 50 people tell me ‘you have to do it this way, then I have to find the 51st way.” [00:35:27] “Over time, the marketing set of skills is going to be distributed to everyone, and you cannot defend yourself anymore by how well you play the digital marketing game. So, it's going to go back to how good your product is, how happy it makes your customer, and how strong is your brand story.”
On parle de drague avec @Sindy, @Léa Castel et @Monsieur Poulpe !RETROUVE-MOI SUR INSTA► https://www.instagram.com/bennevert/ Retrouve mes invités sur Insta :Sindy ► https://www.instagram.com/sindyoff/Léa Castel ► https://www.instagram.com/leacastel_/Monsieur Poulpe ► https://www.instagram.com/monsieurpou...---------------La Team :RÉALISATIONJaffarrrCAMÉRA PORTÉESarah VEYSSEYRESONThibault PAOLIMONTAGEGildas GUEVELMIX SONThibault PAOLIÉTALONNAGEJuliette LEIGNIELANIMATION VOCALVALP Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
Sans rendez-vous - Mélanie Gomez
Aujourd'hui, dans "Bienfait pour vous", Mélanie Gomez et Julia Vignali ouvrent le dossier santé du jour avec Benoît Castel, artisan-boulanger, Dr Catherine Lacrosnière, médecin nutritionniste et Sonia Ezgulian, cuisinière et auteure de "Antigaspi" chez Flammarion.
This episode of The Negotiation features part 1 of our conversation with Arnault Castel. Arnault is the founder of Kapok, a retail experience that focuses on designers and brands whose work provides quality craftsmanship and creativity in design. Arnault has developed an extensive knowledge and understanding of the Asian consumer goods and retail environment since 1996 when he moved to Hong Kong from France. In 2001, he joined the team in charge of the development of the Lomography brand in Asia as the head of Southeast Asian operations. Arnault was also the co-owner and director of Working Unit Limited founded in 2005, the exclusive distributor for the Moleskine brand in Southeast Asia.In today's episode, Arnault tells us what brought him to Hong Kong, what made him start Kapok, his curated ecosystem and why customers keep coming back. We also talk about price positioning in the market, how distribution and merchandising happen and the importance of having an entertaining shopping experience for customers. Tune in for more! Topics Discussed and Key Points: What brought Arnault to Hong Kong The Kapok identity and customer base Why do customers return to Kapok? Arnault's curated ecosystem Price positioning Geography and culture's impact on Kapok's identity Why the shopping experience for customers has to be entertaining Why it's necessary to have both online and offline stores as a brand Online shopping's introduction in 2006 and its effects on Arnault's businesses Characteristics of successful brands in Asia Timestamps [00:07] Who is Arnault Castel?[01:22] How Arnault ended up in Hong Kong[04:09] A little bit about Kapok and what it does[04:44] What makes someone a Kapok customer?[06:10] The reasons behind repeat purchases of Kapok's products[10:03] What criteria does Arnault use to select the products and brands for his carefully curated ecosystem?[12:49] What does it mean to Arnault to “not be Kapok”?[19:41] How have geography and culture shaped Kapok's identity?[22:53] Kapok's customer loyalty in the APAC region[29:05] What is the origin of the name Kapok?[33:01] Major evolutions in the APAC region's retail market since 2006[41:07] What are some of the characteristics that cause a brand to succeed in Asia?
Testimonianze di imprese e imprenditori che hanno saputo valorizzare il prodotto grazie a investimenti in ricerca e sviluppo. Tre storie che arrivano dalle province lombarde selezionate tra quelle protagoniste della tappa di Brescia del roadshow "Imprese Vincenti", l'iniziativa organizzata da Intesa Sanpaolo per mettere in vetrina avventure imprenditoriali di eccellenza.La prima arriva dalla Val Trompia, nel bresciano: è quella di "Rbm", impresa del settore termosanitario. Poi, da Castel d'Ario, l'avventura imprenditoria del marchio Nalini e di "Moa Sport". Infine da Scandolara Rivara, in provincia di Cremona, la testimonianza di "Rivaroli", azienda specializzata in imballaggi in cartone e packaging sostenibili e anche in mobili in cartone ondulato.
Near the town of Andria in Puglia rising from a rock that makes it visible for miles stands entirely on its own a stone structure we call the Castel del Monte. Its ground plan is unique, and like many other of the Emperor's buildings it was probably sketched by Frederick himself: a regular octagon of yellowish limestone; its smooth perfectly-fitting blocks showing no joins and producing the effect of a monolith : at each of the eight corners a squat octagonal tower the height of the wall; two storeys identical in height, each containing eight large equal rooms, in the shape of a trapeze; an octagonal central courtyard adorned with antique sculptures and imitations of the antique, in the centre of which a large octagonal basin served as bath. Every fraction of the structure displays the mental make-up of the Hohenstaufen court: oriental massiveness of the whole, a portal foreshadowing the Renaissance, Gothic windows and rooms with groined and vaulted roofs. The defiant gloom of the tiny-windowed rooms was mitigated by the furnishings; the floors were of mosaic, the walls covered with sheets of reddish breccia or white marble, the groined vaults supported on pilasters with Corinthian capitals, or by delicate clustered columns of white marble. Majesty and grace were fused in one.Of all that remains of Frederick II nothing epitomises the personality of the great emperor more than this building, which may have been a fortification or a hunting lodge or an enormous marble crown celebrating the concept of universal imperial power. In this and the following episode we will look not at the emperor's deeds but how he lived and what he did away from the world of power politics that made the English Chronicler Matthew Paris call him Stupor Mundi, the Wonder of the World.There is an episode webpage available on my website Episode 83 - The Court of Frederick II • History of the Germans PodcastThe music for the show is Flute Sonata in E-flat major, H.545 by Carl Phillip Emmanuel Bach (or some claim it as BWV 1031 Johann Sebastian Bach) performed and arranged by Michel Rondeau under Common Creative Licence 3.0.As always:Homepage with maps, photos, transcripts and blog: www.historyofthegermans.comFacebook: @HOTGPod Twitter: @germanshistoryInstagram: history_of_the_germansReddit: u/historyofthegermansPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/Historyofthegermans
Telecast no ar! Abrimos falando sobre a Série A, onde o Fortaleza empatou com o Atlético-GO no Castelão, por 1 a 1, e vê diminuir a chance de classificação para a Libertadores. Além disso, já é possível começar a definir quem pode seguir para a próxima temporada. Enquanto isso, na segunda parte, passamos para a […]
Joe Castel, a producer, screenwriter, and playwright whose work has explored Latino and LGBTQIA+ history and identity for over 20 years. He directed and produced the documentary Nelly Queen: The Life and Times of Jose Sarria, which was supported with a grant from From The Heart Productions.
This talk was given on September 27, 2022 at Trinity College Dublin. For more information please visit, thomisticinstitute.org About the speaker: Nuno Castel-Branco is a historian of science and research fellow at the Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies. Previously, he was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin, Germany. He completed his Ph.D. in the History of Science at Johns Hopkins University in May 2021. He also received an M.Sc. in Physics from the University of Lisbon (ISTécnico). His current research focuses on the emergence of the new sciences in seventeenth-century Europe through the career of Nicolaus Steno, an anatomist who converted to Catholicism and was beatified by John Paul II. He also studies the development of Jesuit science in early modern Iberia. He has won several awards in Europe and the United States, such as a Fulbright Fellowship and a Huntington Exchange Fellowship at Oxford University. His writings have been accepted for publication in several journals including Early Science and Medicine, Renaissance Quarterly, and Scientific American.
Telecast no ar! O Fortaleza conseguiu mais uma vitória no Castelão e ampliou a sua invencibilidade atual no Campeoanto Brasileiro, indo para 8 jogos sem derrota. O Tricolor segue na busca pela vaga no G-8 do Brasileirão, querendo a vaga na pré-Libertadores. Confira as análises sobre a atuação, importância do resultado e o que é […]
No episódio 310, o futebol ficou de lado. Debatemos as cenas de violência que aconteceramna Ilha do Retiro e no Castelão, o (des)preparo do Estado, dos organizadores dos jogos eda CBF em lidar com essa situação.O problema é do futebol ou só está invadindo o esporte?
Raiz no ar! As confusões na Ilha do Retiro e no Castelão abriram nossa pauta. Tudo sobre o ocorrido e as consequências para os dois clubes. Na sequência, um Raio-X das Séries A e B do brasileirão. No programa, Fred Figueiroa apresentou e contou com os comentários de Cassio Zirpoli, Lel Fontenele, Pedro Pereira e […]
O fim de semana foi triste para o futebol brasileiro e falamos sobre os casos de invasão de campo na Ilha do Retiro e no Castelão, além de mais dois clássicos sem visitantes em Curitiba e São Paulo. Mais do que pensar em punições, é preciso pensar em causas para a tragédia, que só estraga o esporte que amamos.Passamos também pelas ligas europeias, que teve clássicos na Espanha, França e Inglaterra e duas lideranças consistentes e surpreendentes na Alemanha e Itália.APOIE O JORNALISMO INDEPENDENTE!https://apoia.se/trivelahttps://apoia.se/central3LOJA TRIVELA: https://trivela.com.br/loja e https://caphead.com.br/loja
This week's show is short but extremely valuable! We tell you about one of the best value regions in the wine world: Lisboa, the area around Lisbon in Portugal. Although it has extensive hills and regional variation in climate, the real action is less in the smaller DOCs (Denominacão de Origem Controlada) and more within the larger Lisboa IPR (Indicação de Proveniência Regulamentada or Protected Designation of Origin). Using the freedom of the larger IPR, winemakers are making spectacular blends of native and international grapes for prices that seem too good to be true. The city of Lisbon. Photo: Pexels The pressure is off to feel like you have to age these wines, spend a lot of money, or save these bottles for a special occasion. For less than US$10 you can often get a lovely bottle of red or white that drinks above its price point and is great for weeknight drinking. Here are the show notes: We give an overview of the Lisboa Region Location: It's the wine region around the capital of Portugal, Lisbon. It extends 150 km/93 miles up the coast, following the Serra de Montejunto, which go north from Lisbon, and divide Lisboa in half. Wines near the Atlantic side in the west are influenced by strong winds, mists, and weather. On the other side of the hills, the climate is warmer and the ripening more predictable (the wines are often better!) One of Portugal's most prolific regions (there are many co-ops here), until recently it was called Estremadura and was relatively unknown until it changed the name of the IPR to Lisboa, making it easier to recognize on the shelf Wine has been made in the region since the Phoenicians and regions around Lisbon became famed in England over the centuries but have lost much of their cachet Map: Wines of Lisboa Terroir: Lisboa is a large, hilly, varied region with two main soil types: clay-limestone and clay-sand Due to the mountains and Atlantic influence, there are hundreds of microclimates so wines come in many styles The climate is either marked by strong Atlantic influence on the coast with high winds and fall rains OR by a Mediterranean climate, when the vines are protected by the Montejunto Grapes: More than 30 grape varieties are used, the majority for white wine production. Almost all are blends. The main grapes include: Whites: Arinto, Fernão Pires, Malvasia, Seara-Nova, Vital with Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and other international whites. They tend to favor the Arinto grape and can have richness but with balanced acidity to go well with seafood. Reds: Alicante Bouschet, Aragonez, Castelão, Tinta Miúda (Graciano), Touriga Franca, Touriga Nacional, Trincadeira with Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Merlot and other international reds. Reds are known to be quite fruity but with balanced acidity and tannin and no to low oak treatment Arinto grape. Photo: Wines of Portugal Subregions: There are nine DOCS within a short drive of the capital city South, very close to Lisbon: Bucelas, Colares and Carcavelos Center: Alenquer, Arruda, Lourinhã, Óbidos, Torres Vedras North: Encostas d'Aire Photo: Courtesy of MC Ice Here is a short summary of the DOCs: Bucelas: “the prince of Portuguese wine” this is the best of Lisboa's regions for white wine and as such, it's delimited only for whites. Arinto dominates and is likely native to here. The wines are like citrus and they have high acidity with salinity, minerality and sparkling Bucelas is also made successfully in the region. This wine was famed during the Age of Exploration, cited by Shakespeare in Henry VI, and a favorite of the royal family in England under King George III Colares: Very close to Atlantic, northwest of Lisbon, there are only166 acres/67 ha left to this DOC. The area gained fame because it was one of the only places in Europe never touched by phylloxera -- its loose sandy soils allowed ungrafted Ramisco vines to thrive on coastal sand, even while everything else perished. The sandy soils have clay underneath to hold the grapes in the ground. The Malvasia Fina grape makes aromatic whites, and the famed red is the flavorful, tannic Ramisco with Castelão Photo: Sands of Colares, (c) Wines of Portugal Carcavelos: A small area of just 47 acres/19 ha, Carcavelos is west of Lisbon and the area is pretty much gone because of urban sprawl, although some producers are reviving the fortified sweet wine of Galego Dourado, Ratinho, Castelão and Arinto. The wine can be vintage or non-vintage, white or red Center of the Lisboa IPR: Alenquer: The most esteemed of the sub-regions with Bucelas, Alenquer is an inland region on the southeast side of the Serra de Montejunto. The mountains shield Alenquer from cold, Atlantic winds. The warmer climate ensures good ripening of red grapes, although aromatic whites and rosé are also made in Alenquer. The wines are blends of the main grapes (mentioned above) Óbidos: Located near the Peniche peninsula, west of the Candeeiros mountains, and an hour north of Lisbon, this very windy and cold area is close to the coast and makes top sparkling wines. Cold, wet winds, and high humidity seep in through breaks in the mountains, making viticulture a challenge. The moisture promotes vigor, so it is very hard to make quality dry wine here, although some producers are trying to make red. Arruda: Behind hills, protected from storms, Arruda makes red and whites (mainly blends) from indigenous and international grapes. The reds are better known than the whites. Torres Vedras: A bulk wine region of red and white grapes. Most of the wines are designated Vinho de Mesa even though it is a DOC Lourinhã: Windy and cold, the grapes don't ripen so this area is demarcated for Aguardente or Brandy. The sauce is made from the Tália varietal, which is Ugni Blanc (also used to make Cognac and Armagnac) North Encostas d'Aire: On limestone slopes and hills in the western Candeiros and Aire Mountiains, this DOC makes full, fruity reds, and acidic but ripe whites from traditional grapes. It's the largest DOC in Lisboa. Lisbon, Photo: Pixabay Bonus: MC Ice was just there so he shares some advice on food and wine pairing! Lisbon is a great city to visit and it's easy to get to the wine regions. Better yet, it's SO affordable that traveling there nightly through your glass is 100% attainable! _______________________________________________________________ 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
Telecast no ar e com pautas cheias. Jogando contra o lanterna, Fortaleza até sai na frente, mas acaba cedendo o empate. Já o Ceará, foi derrotado no Castelão por 2 a 0 para a equipe do São Paulo. Antes da bola rolar, o Castelão aplaudiu de pé a volta olímpica do time feminino do Ceará […]
HOUSE JET RADIO VOL.528 GUEST DJ: @ClaudiaCastel (LOS ANGELES, UNITED STATES) SOCIAL MEDIA: instagram.com/ccastel_ofc @claudiacastel Track List: 1.Avalon - Mind Against 2.Rumor- Notre Dame 3.Sun is Dark - Mike Konstanty 4. Tarlabasi ( Sveidsen Remix) - Oceanvs Orientals 5. Sirius - Frankey & Samdivino 6.Breaking Hearts feat Amos ( Black Coffee Remix) Mango, Amos 7. Black Mamba Yaya 8. Soulan feat Laolu (Laolu Remix) Laolu, Acid Arab 9.Heartstrings ( Igor Bartyud Remix) Evelynka 10.Bluprint - Anorre, Reburn 11. Consciousness- Chris Avatgarde 12. Reborn - Mooja, Arodes 13. System Failure - Ubbah
Les têtes d'affiches de Denise Epoté
Deux têtes d'affiche ce dimanche ont retenu l'attention de Denise Epoté de TV5Monde, les lauréates du prix CASTEL qui récompense l'entrepreneuriat agricole africain : Wendlasida Estelle Ouedraogo du Burkina Faso et Mouahié Rose Kouassi de la Côte d'Ivoire.
Nosso #Telecast vem recheado de assuntos. Pela Série A, a vitória do Ceará diante do Santos no Castelão e a derrota do Fortaleza fora de casa para o Fluminense. Ainda tivemos nosso giro pela Série C com o jogo do Vitória e a Série D, com a classificação do América-RN para a final. No programa, […]
Pedro Andersson - Contas-poupança
ONDE DEVO INVESTIR O MEU FUNDO DE EMERGÊNCIA? Neste episódio respondo à pergunta do Tiago Castelão, que quer investir o Fundo de Emergência para não ter o dinheiro parado na conta, a render zero. Não seria melhor tê-lo a render alguma coisa em Certificados de Aforro ou do Tesouro, por exemplo? Será que ele está a pensar bem? E o que é que o Fundo de Emergência tem a ver com a areia da praia no Verão? Você é dos que não suporta a areia a ferver quando está à beira do mar? Viagem estranha, esta... Aproveite a minha boleia para melhorar a sua vida financeira e partilhe este podcast com os seus amigos. Veja todas as dicas de poupança em www.contaspoupanca.pt Assine a Newsletter no blogue Facebook facebook.com/contaspoupanca Instagram www.instagram.com/pedroandersson_contaspoupanca/ LIVROS Contas-poupança - Vença a crise com inteligência (2020) https://www.wook.pt/livro/contas-poupanca-venca-a-crise-com-inteligencia-e-aprenda-tudo-sobre-os-seus-direitos-pedro-andersson/24053340?a_aid=591048d86d39d Contas-poupança - Poupe ainda mais, Invista melhor (2018) https://www.wook.pt/livro/contas-poupanca-poupe-ainda-mais-invista-melhor-pedro-andersson/22064351?a_aid=591048d86d39d Contas-poupança - Viva melhor com o mesmo dinheiro (2016) https://www.wook.pt/livro/contas-poupanca-pedro-andersson/18443616?a_aid=591048d86d39d Contas-poupança - Como superar a inflação e ganhar com a crise https://bit.ly/LivroContasPoupancaInflacao Boas poupanças!
Telecast no ar! Noite de jogos opostos. Num Arruda com mais de 40 mil torcedores, Santa Cruz não consegue sair do empate com o Tocantinópolis pela Série D. No outro jogo, goleada do Fortaleza, mesmo com um a menos, diante do Internacional no Castelão pela Série A. No programa, Celso Ishigami apresentou e contou com […]
O Bate-Pronto desta segunda-feira falará tudo sobre a rodada do fim de semana no Campeonato Brasileiro. Rivais amanhã, nas quartas de final da Libertadores, Flamengo e Corinthians venceram Atlético-GO e Botafogo, respectivamente, dentro de casa. O Palmeiras, por sua vez, até bateu o Ceará no Castelão, mas deixou o gramado revoltado com a arbitragem de Anderson Daronco. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Forza Napoli Calcio Podcast
In the second episode of the week, Joe Fischetti reviews Napoli's friendly against Adana Demirspor at Castel di Sangro, including: Part 1: Østigård, Gaetano, Kvaratskhelia, Ambrosino, Zerbin & Olivera (~1:09) Part 2: Lack of a free-kick specialist, Lozano vs Politano (again), ticket/online prices, new kits & Balotelli (~17:15) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
O Palmeiras encerrou o turno do Campeonato Brasileiro com 39 pontos, 4 a mais que o Corinthians, segundo colocado. Depois de uma semana sem atuar, o Verdão volta a campo contra o Ceará, no Castelão. Lucas Garbelotto conversa com Felipe Zito, Emilio Botta, Thiago Ferri e Leandro Bocca, do Voz da Torcida, sobre tudo do primeiro turno do campeonato, mercado da bola, Endrick na Libertadores e muito mais. Dá o play!
Telecast no ar! Programa vem pra analisar três jogos. O empate em 0 a 0 entre Santa Cruz e Retrô no Arruda. O também empate por 0 a 0 do Fortaleza contra o Santos no Castelão. E a derrota do Ceará para o Juventude. No programa, Celso Ishigami apresentou e contou com os comentários de […]
Jul 18 – In today's Lifetime Planning episode, we are joined by Dr. Alan Castel, a professor at UCLA and author of the book Better with Age: The Psychology of Successful Aging. In addition to explaining the ABCs of successful aging, Dr. Castel...
Chegamos com mais um Raiz, seguindo nosso tradicional Raio-X do Brasileirão. Pela Série A, passamos pelos momentos de Ceará e Fortaleza, além das cenas de violência no Castelão, às escuras, no jogo do Tricolor contra o Palmeiras. Na Série B, avaliação dos cenários de Bahia, Sport e Náutico. Esquadrão em busca de reforços, Leão acertando […]
Telecast no ar! Abrindo a pauta com a derrota do Santa Cruz para a equipe do Asa pela Série D. Resultado que leva o Tricolor a jogar a última rodada pressionado. Na sequência, o empate do Fortaleza diante do Palmeiras no Castelão. Nosso programa, teve dois momentos, no primeiro contou com a apresentação de Thiago […]
ClockTower: A D&D 5e Experience.
Entrenched in a heated battle the agents struggle to fight against Castel as Ulhm's light continues to try and absorb everything they are or ever have been.We follow our four heroes through strange and far flung worlds as they set out on missions from the mysterious ClockTower, all the while discovering who they are and what purpose they truly serve.Are you ready to step through the mirror?Times ticking,Welcome to the ClockTower.If you would like to support us please head over to our patreonhttps://www.patreon.com/ClockTowerVisit our website athttps://www.clocktoweragent.com/or our social media accounts@ClockTowerAgentJoin the ClockTower Communityhttps://discord.gg/smwmcwXjFXStarring:Cal (Co-Star, Media Team)Ellinthris @ellinthris (Dungeon Master, Director, Co-Editor)Kball @krystalball.tattoo(Co-Star)Parker @whose.music (Producer, Composer, Co-Editor, Co-Star)Trent @zerobeat7 (Co-Star, Media Team)
ClockTower: A D&D 5e Experience.
Entrenched in a heated battle the agents struggle to fight against Castel as Ulhm's light continues to try and absorb everything they are or ever have been. We follow our four heroes through strange and far flung worlds as they set out on missions from the mysterious ClockTower, all the while discovering who they are and what purpose they truly serve. Are you ready to step through the mirror? Times ticking, Welcome to the ClockTower. If you would like to support us please head over to our patreon https://www.patreon.com/ClockTower Visit our website at https://www.clocktoweragent.com/ or our social media accounts @ClockTowerAgent Join the ClockTower Community https://discord.gg/smwmcwXjFX Starring: Cal (Co-Star, Media Team) Ellinthris @ellinthris (Dungeon Master, Director, Co-Editor) Kball @krystalball.tattoo(Co-Star) Parker @whose.music (Producer, Composer, Co-Editor, Co-Star) Trent @zerobeat7 (Co-Star, Media Team)
Agents Scott and Cam welcome actor and fight choreographer Nicky Naudé to the show to talk about facing off against Matt Damon as the deadly asset Castel in 2002's The Bourne Identity. He also shares stories about making Brotherhood of the Wolf and Hitman, as well as writing and directing his own short films. Check out Nicky's work on his YouTube channel, or follow him on Instagram. Become a SpyHards Patron and gain access to top secret "Agents in the Field" bonus episodes, movie commentaries and more! Pick up exclusive SpyHards merch, including the new "What Does Vargas Do?" t-shirt by @shaylayy, available only at Redbubble Social media: @spyhards View the NOC List and the Disavowed List at Letterboxd.com/spyhards Podcast artwork by Hannah Hughes.
Far From Vesuvius - THE SSC Napoli Podcast
This week's episode is a game of two halves. Henry and Michele begin with a serious and nuanced discussion about ADL and why he remains so unpopular within the city. Then, our alternative season awards involve plenty of pasta, scooter journeys and imagined trips to Castel dell'Elmo with Ciro and Kat Mertens. We thank you for joining us at the Far From Vesuvius Network, and our new exclusive podcast, IN THE SHADOW OF VESUVIO. Be sure to visit & follow our Twitter page @FarFromVesuvius And also, follow on Twitter our hosts Dr. Henry Bell @HenryBellCalcio, Michele Borelli @NapoliTickets and producer Raffa Rispo @RaffaNapoli83 Enjoy & #ForzaNapoliSempre
Habemus signing: Gerry Cardinale, capo di RedBird, ha firmato il contratto di acquisizione della maggioranza del Milan dal fondo Elliott. Ci aggiorna su tutto Marco Bellinazzo del Sole 24 Ore. Nella presentazione del ritiro del Napoli di Castel di Sangro torna a parlare il presidente De Laurentiis: dalle scelte di Mertens e Koulibaly, all'interesse per Bernardeschi. Commentiamo la conferenza di ADL con Max Gallo, direttore del Napolista. Leo Turrini è bloccato sulla Pero-Cormano per colpa degli strateghi Ferrari, ma chiamiamo a fargli compagnia Davide Cassani: l'ex ct della Nazionale ci racconta l'addio all'Azzurro, i suoi progetti futuri e la sua visione del Giro d'Italia appena concluso.
We're in the middle of a mini series on Italian wine and this week the focus is all on rosé! In Episode #76, I discuss the top 5 rosati (or rosé) wines you need to be familiar with when learning about Italian wines. We discuss food pairings, regions, how to shop for these wines, and so much more! It's an episode you don't want to miss, so grab a glass and press play now! And don't forget to subscribe to the show on Spotify, Amazon Music, or Apple Podcasts so that you never miss an episode! --------- Sign up for my newsletter here and get a free guide to Food & Wine Pairing! >> thewineceo.com Email: Sarah@thewineceo.com Instagram: @thewineceo Facebook: @sarahthewineceo ------------- Today's Sponsor: Wash & Wik Use code THEWINECEO at checkout for 20% off your purchase! ----------- Top 5 Italian Rosati: 1. Chiaretto di Bardolino 2. Cruasé 3. Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo 4. Rosato del Salento 5. Etna Rosato Honorable Mention: Rosato di Ciró and Castel del Monte Rosato
On World Whisky Day, we interviewed five different representatives from six different distilleries from across the world for our Live Tasting Event. On Part 1, we interview Val Colella, Castle & Key National Brand Ambassador and Dom Venegas, Pernod Whisky Portfolio Ambassador.(00:03:05 - 00:28:30) - Val guides us through her history of growing up and living in New York, but finding her love and passion for whiskey down in Kentucky. She also shares how their young distillery is taking strides to become the next great American whisky distillery reviving in the Old Taylor distillery.(29:00 - 01:20:20) - Dom takes us through his extensive personal history from behind the bar in San Francisco and New York. He shares his experience of opening bars like Bourbon & Branch and The Nomad New York, and the folk heroes he met along the way that encoungered him to develop an undeniable passion for spirits. He also ushers the audience back through history to explain strenuous backgrounds of how both The Glenlivet and Spot Whiskeys endured to be in our glasses today.Guests: Val Colella, Castel & Key National Brand Ambassador. Dom Venegas, Pernod Whisky Portfolio Ambassador.Hosts: Jake Hukee, Wilson Torres & Chris BlatnerListen to more episodes and read stories at keyinthelake.comKey In The Lake
Inspired by a question from a Patron, we give you an original list of wines that are true alternatives to Cabernet if you love the OG and you want to branch out. We come up with 7 solid ideas that are similar but different enough to make them interesting. The original idea for this list was from Patron Serl Z. and Leigh W. gets credit for naming this series. People were so excited for these new ideas, we may just make it into a series! We begin by discussing the main characteristics of Cabernet Sauvignon: Flavors: Black fruit –especially blackcurrant, black cherry, black plum, blackberry -- earth in Old World versions, fruit in New World versions. The wine occasionally shows mint, eucalyptus, thyme, or green pepper notes. With oak Cab smells and tastes like tobacco, pencil shavings, cigar box, leather Generally tannic with good acidity. Some can be age-worthy if they have good tannin structure and acidity (backbone) Flavors depend on terroir, winemaking, oak aging Alternatives: Mourvèdre/Monastrell/Mataro (Bandol in France, Monastrell from southern Spain, and GSM blends from the US and Australia) – dark fruit, intense flavor, long aging Douro Tinto/ Touriga Nacional (Portugal)– dusty tannins with sweet fruit, violets, leather, tobacco, big tannins Alentejo/Alentejano (Portugal) – for people who like juicy, fruity Cabs with soft tannins. These wines are a blend of Alfrocheiro, Alicante Bouschet, Aragonez, Castelão, Syrah, Touriga Nacional, Trincadeira, and, not surprisingly, Cabernet Sauvignon Sagrantino di Montefalco (Umbria, Italy)-- Sagrantino grape is full bodied, tannic with earth, cherry, smoke and sometimes spicy notes that evolve into leather and tobacco with time. Similar to Cabernet, Sagrantino is astringent in youth and mellows with time Malbec (Cahors, France, Argentina) -- Not all Malbec is created equal. If you want wines that are similar to Cabernet, choose Cahors, which is earthier, heavier, stronger, more tannic and often more terroir-driven. For Argentina, look for wines from sub-regions of Mendoza with older vines and elevation. These areas make wines with stronger tannin, darker fruit, and more acidity. They aren't as plush as many Malbec. In the Luján de Cuyo valley of Mendozalook for Vistalba and Las Compuertas. In the Valle de Uco, Tunuyán, which includes Paraje Altamira and Petit Verdot (Virginia, Napa, and many other New World regions make varietal Petit Verdot, it's native home is Bordeaux, where it is part of the Bordeaux blend). Although known for what it brings to the Bordeaux blend, varietal Petit Verdot can be a great Cab alternative. The grapes are thick skinned, and the wines have black fruit, herbs, spice, and dark flower notes. The wine has high acidity and tannins, making it a great sub. Tannat (Madiran, Uruguay, Virginia, Texas, Paso Robles and Santa Cruz Mountains in California other parts of the US. Also Argentina, Brazil, Australia). John S. – this one's for you! Tannat is often blended with with Cabernet Sauvignon to tame its tannins! In Madiran the wine is far harsher than Cab but in Uruguay, it is more like blackberry, plum, dark raspberry, earth, and spice. It has soft tannins, high alcohol, and is pretty delicious. It resembles a lighter style Cabernet from the North Coast of Sonoma Cabernet Franc (on the list with lots of caveats so this is like a 7.5!). Cabernet Franc is the parent of Cabernet Sauvignon but it's much earthier, tea-like, and has a lot of red fruit notes. It is nowhere near as tannic as Cabernet and its flavors are really different. Still, it's not as soft as Merlot and because it can exhibit the herbs and pyrazine (green pepper) of Cabernet Sauvignon, I'm adding it to the list At the end of the show I mention some cheat regions – good places to get blends with a healthy hit of Cabernet in them: Bordeaux, South African Bordeaux Blends, Hawkes Bay from New Zealand are three I mention! Please let me know if you like this theme. If so, we'll do more shows like this! _____________________________________________________ Thanks to our sponsors this week: Our new sponsor: Wine Spies! 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 $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
Jim and Mike pay a visit to Castle and Key Distillery in Millville, Kentucky. Site of the Old Taylor Distillery and home to the one of the most highly anticipated bourbon releases of the year. Listen in as we give you the details while tasting some of Kentuckys finest spirits. https://castleandkey.com/ Be sure to check out our private Facebook group, "The Bourbon Roadies" for a great group of bourbon loving people. You will be welcomed with open arms!