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The Four Top
Ep. 101: Bonus Episode — Maggie Henriquez on the Luxury Market

The Four Top

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 13:15


In this bonus episode, Maggie Henriquez, PhD, President and CEO of the prestige Champagne house Krug, joins us for a special interview. Katherine and Maggie discuss the beginnings of Krug and how she navigated the luxury market during the pandemic. We'll be back next week with our final episode of the season.

Champagne and Complain

HERE WE GO!! We know you've all been waiting to hear about our favorite spider lover duo. If you don't know what we're talking about go listen to our first episode in this series Ensnared and come on back for even more. Rated X for holy smokes spider porn ,language ,and content. Reading Entralled by Tiffany Roberts Drinking-Insito Brut   

JCB LIVE
JCB LIVE: Gratitude & holiday family dynamics with clinical psychologist Dr. Kate Cummins

JCB LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 52:15


Gratitude & holiday family dynamics with clinical psychologist Dr. Kate CumminsGet some great tips for a new path toward family harmony while you're carving the turkey as we celebrate Thanksgiving at The Ink House with the insightful Dr. Kate.Learn more about Dr. Kate: https://drkatecummins.comEpisode Wine Offer: 20% off for everyone, 30% off for WS & JCB members | Offer ends "Sunday at midnight"Shop Now: https://my.boissetcollection.com/products/catalog/sale-1005

Wine Talks with Paul Kalemkiarian
Champagne is about family. Try 13 generations...and meet Alain Sacy

Wine Talks with Paul Kalemkiarian

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 50:27


There is a certain passion that surrounds Champagne; its production and consumption....it is different than other wines. Yes, it sparkles and is assigned the role of celebration in the wine world. If you ask any wine making family in Champagne if the beverage should be reserved for special occasions, they will respond with..."everyday is a special occasion!" And I agree, Champagne should be part of your regular wine consumption. Hear from Alain Sacy who has employed his adult children as the 13th generation of Sacy's in the family business.

Basic-ly
Champagne toast | RHOSLC THE episode | Let's talk Taylor Swift

Basic-ly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 65:06


Welcome back!In this episode we congratulate Melina on her huge news with a champagne toast!  When the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City drop, what Andy Cohen is calling one of the top 5 episodes in Housewives history, we must discuss in detail. Another major drop of the week is the re-release of Red from none other than Taylor Swift herself. With this decade old album topping the charts, we also must discuss. Swiftie or not join us for the deep dive!Stay tuned for our Minneapolis shoutouts next week from this weeks episode of the Bachelorette.Comments questions or burning topics? Email us at basic.lypod@gmail.com or DM @thecoraledit and @melinapalozola.Till next time! 

Petee's Power Hour
Pam of Cannot be Tamed (Champagne!)

Petee's Power Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 59:25


Pam is back! I mean I love having her on, so you know it wasn't gonna be long before another episode. This time we tackle one of my favorite subjects... Champagne. Wine Featured:NV Bollinger Special CuvéeFollow: Cannot be Tamed on YouTubeFollow: @Jasyla_ on TwitterFollow: Petee's Power Hour on TwitterVlogs/Cocktail Shorts on YouTube: Petee's Power MinuteMusic by: KulorArt by: OmikujiEmail any questions, comments or concerns to PeteesPowerHour@gmail.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/polykill/posts)

All Things Realitea TV
Survivor 41: Mid-Season Power Rankings

All Things Realitea TV

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 32:34


All Things Realitea TV hosts Laith and Champagne are here to take you through all of the action of the first 10 vote outs of Survivor 41. What do we think of the season thus far, and who do we think has the best chances of winning sole survivor? Tune in to find out.Follow Us on TikTok!Champagne: @AllThingsRealityLaith: @LOLaithHave any questions? Have some reali-tea? Email us!AllThingsRealiteaPodcast@gmail.comSurvivor (2000-) is owned by CBS network.Intro/Outro Music by Dutchnelsar

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

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 35:00


Wine is essential to the Thanksgiving meal, and of course we discuss some pairing strategies as we do every year. Our quick “greatest hits” is from the TV spot I did with WWLP in Massachusetts, where I discussed wine pairing – check it out here: https://www.wwlp.com/massappeal/picking-the-perfect-wine-for-thanksgiving/  After we do a review, the focus of this show is how to wow the crowd with easy wine cocktails. You can use what you have on hand or grab a few basic items and you'll become the holiday host of the season. We talk about these marvelous cocktails, with tips on how to make them, but as promised the links to the recipes are below.   1. Apple Cider Mimosa: The key to this one is to make sure you rim the glass with sugar and cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice. It's not hard to add sparkling wine to apple cider, but the festive rim with it's delicious spices will make the drink shine. Here's the link to the recipe: : https://wine365.com/fall-cocktails/   2. Cranberry Mimosa: A variation on a theme, this time you want to use a little less cranberry juice and more sparkling wine to ensure the blend doesn't taste too tart or bitter. Again, the key to a delicious drink is going to be the sugar-rimmed glass. Recipe: https://stressbaking.com/wprm_print/6796   3. Kir/Kir Royale: A classic wine cocktail from Burgundy, this couldn't be easier to make. No recipe needed – 2 parts Aligoté, Chablis, or an unoaked, fairly neutral wine with excellent acidity, to 1 part Crème de Cassis (dark red liqueur from blackcurrants) and you're in business. If you want to go nuts, go for the Kir Royale and use Champagne or sparkling wine instead of dry white!  Photo: Kir Royale from Pixabay   4. The New York Sour: According to Liquor.com, this drink has been around for at least 140 years (and they claim that despite the name, it originated in Chicago!). It's a spin on a Whiskey Sour – the classic with rye or bourbon, lemon juice, simple syrup, and, for a touch of salmonella, a raw egg white. This drink is the same ingredients, but after the Whiskey Sour is shaken and poured, you very slowly pour red wine on top and you get a pretty looking red wine float, which also adds some great fruitiness and acidity to the drink. Here are details: https://www.liquor.com/recipes/new-york-sour/ Photo: Unsplash 5. Hot Spiced Wine: I love this recipe because it include kirsch/cherry brandy. The base of the drink is red wine and kirsch but the get and go is all about the spices you add – peppercorns, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, and various citrus zest make this wine cocktail really sing. A perfect wine for a cold, fall day. And you can make a huge vat of it ahead of time and reheat it for guests! Check out the recipe here: https://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/hot-spiced-wine     6. Murderer's Row: I know I should have introduced this one for Halloween, but the fact that this cocktail includes Port, and I really love the idea of serving Port with dessert (but I understand you may not want a lot left over!), makes it an MVP for a big holiday meal. Crush up blackberries, then grab some Port, bourbon, lemon juice, pear juice, and simple syrup, shake it up and you will be the hero of the night…and feel free to rename the cocktail to (YOUR NAME HERE) Row! Recipe:  https://wine365.com/fall-cocktails/ Photo: Unsplash 7. The Paysan from the now closed restaurant, Poste in Washington, D.C.: As I say in the show, Chambord with anything pretty much wins the day for me. This wine cocktail is like a dream come true – fruity red, cranberry juice, orange juice and Chambord with zests of various citrus fruits and BAM! A delicious wine cocktail is born. Here is the link to the recipe: https://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/paysan   8. The Francophile: I have no idea why the recipe here calls for Rioja when it's called the Francophile so I've changed it to incorporate Bordeaux (Merlot-based, basic Bordeaux is perfect. It should have some tannin and acidity to offset the brandy). This is another variation of mulled wine, this time with Calvados, the apple-brandy that is an AOC and is required to be aged in oak before it's released. You can go high rent or get another apple brandy, but either way, the combo of Calvados, Bordeaux, cinnamon simple syrup ,and lemon juice heated up will make you the hostess with the mostess/host with the most. Here is the recipe: https://www.liquor.com/recipes/francophile/ Photo: Unsplash   Happy Thanksgiving or happy fall – either way, we are grateful to you for listening and for your support!!   ________________________________________________ Thanks for our sponsors this week: Wine Access: Access to the best wines for the best prices! For 15% off your next order, go to www.wineaccess.com/normal 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

Culturally Distinct/ Culturally Distinct Uncensored Podcast
Champagne Wives Podcast | Kelly and Nicole | Episode 64

Culturally Distinct/ Culturally Distinct Uncensored Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 42:38


Welcome to the Culturally Distinct Podcast Todays Special Guest is Kelli and Nicole from the Champagne

Choses à Savoir HISTOIRE
Quelle est l'origine du Champagne ?

Choses à Savoir HISTOIRE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 2:40


Associé à un terroir bien précis, le vin de Champagne n'est pas tout à fait un vin comme les autres. Et sSi les grands de ce monde l'apprécient depuis le Moyen-Âge, la technique d'élaboration du Champagne mousseux n'est pas maîtrisée avant la fin du XVIIè siècle. Un vin mousseuxSachez tout d'abord que c'est entre les Ier et IVe siècles que le vignoble champenois commence à se former. Comme dans les autres régions viticoles, on le trouve surtout dans le domaine des abbayes et monastères. Le vin est en effet un élément central de la liturgie chrétienne.L'assemblage était pratiqué naturellement par les moines, qui pressuraient ensemble les raisins de différents cépages, livrés par les vignerons en paiement de la dîme.Certains moines cellériers, comme le célèbre Dom Pierre Pérignon de l'abbaye d'Hautvilé, transformèrent l'assemblage en un savoir-faire précis. Ce dernier sélectionnait soigneusement les raisins de provenances différentes pour obtenir des vins mieux équilibrés.Certains crus, comme le vin d'Ailli ou de Sillery, jouissent déjà d'une flatteuse réputation. Ces vins se remarquent alors par leur effervescence, sans qu'on comprenne encore comment elle se produit.Ce n'est qu'à la fin du XVIIe siècle qu'on commence à les appeler « vins de Champagne ».Le vin de la fêteDès le début de son histoire, le Champagne est le privilège des élites. Et oui ! Et non des moindres ! Par exemple, depuis le baptême de Clovis, au Ve siècle, le sacre des rois de France a lieu à Reims, en Champagne, le vin de la région, encore tranquille, coulant à flots lors du banquet qui suit cet événement solennel.Des siècles plus tard, le champagne est le vin préféré de Louis XIV, puis de Louis XV et de la cour de Versailles, ce qui contribua à sa renommée, au point qu'il devienne rapidement le vin des Célébrations et des événements d'importance. En 1717, le tsar Pierre le Grand, alors en visite à Fontainebleau, l'apprécie tellement qu'il demande qu'on lui apporte 4 bouteilles supplémentaires dans sa suite après un diner. Philippe V d'Espagne dit ne boire que ce vin, Frédéric II de Prusse se passionne pour son élaboration et Casanova l'utilise pour séduire ses conquêtes vénitiennes. Grâce à eux et à d'autres, le Champagne devient le plus célèbre des vins.Cependant à cette époque, le vin de Champagne est encore, et pour longtemps, réservé à une mince frange de la société. Ses conditions de production, assez délicates, ainsi que la relative exiguïté du vignoble, expliquent l'exclusivité de sa consommation.Mais peu à peu il apparait moins élitiste, permettant ainsi au plus grand nombre de créer des moments d'exception au quotidien. Si les baptêmes/ mariages/ diplômes restent incontournables, le champagne peut aussi donner un caractère privilégié à d'autres moments : des retrouvailles, un repas romantique, une dégustation, ou encore du temps pour soi… Que ce soit en famille, entre amis ou en amoureux, le champagne est aujourd'hui LE vin symbolisant l'esprit de fête et l'élégance à la française à travers le monde.L'alcool est dangereux pour la santé. A consommer avec modération. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Lawyers on the Rocks podcast
#120 - Fall 75

Lawyers on the Rocks podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 52:59


On this week's episode the lawyers sample the Fall 75.  A cocktail crafted by Associate Clarissa Lindsey.   1 Oz. cognac 1 Oz. spiced apple cider Champagne or Prosecco Rosemary or Thyme Combine Cognac and Cider in shaker with ice and shake. Pour over into champagne or wine glass Top with champagne or prosecco of choice. They also cover a number of great topics including: Top Topic: Kyle Rittenhouse case I Can't Believe It's Not Baltimore: Woman stabs cousin when he asked for his sex toy back Manhunt ends when former, current Baltimore County cops commit suicide in alleged kidnapping of daughters in York, man in Cockeysville (story is updating) The if there is time topics: Andrew Bradshaw, Mayor of Cambridge, Maryland has been charged w/ 50 counts of revenge porn Bates for SA Sean Suiter documentary premier Lawyers on the Rocks features Jeremy Eldridge, Kurt Nachtman and Adam Crandell. This triumvirate of lawyers will give you their unsolicited opinion on everything legal and illegal, while enjoying a handcrafted cocktail. Lawyers on the Rocks is sponsored by the Law Office of Eldridge, Nachtman & Crandell, LLC and produced by Gideon at Up Next Creative, LLC.

JCB LIVE
JCB LIVE: Selfless Hospitality with Chef Kyle Connaughton of Single Thread

JCB LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 50:13


Learn about the timeless ethos of Japanese "omotenashi" and how it inspired the restaurant, inn, and farm known as Single Thread.RSVP to Single Thread today: https://www.singlethreadfarms.comEpisode Wine Offer: 20% off for everyone, 30% off for WS & JCB members | Offer ends "Sunday at midnight"Shop Now: https://my.boissetcollection.com/products/catalog/sale-1005

Straight Outta Lo Cash and The Scenario
Wine and Soul: Pairing Fried Chicken and Champagne?

Straight Outta Lo Cash and The Scenario

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 62:22


Welcome to “Wine and Soul” a podcast that discusses all things wine. Hosted by Advanced Sommelier Wanda Cole-Nicholson and Wine  & Champagne Sommelier Cornelius Anthony Jr. In this episode they discuss: What introduced them to the wine industry? Being a black sommelier and Black Master Sommeliers The pro and cones of a wine preservation system Natural Wines And what wines and Champagne to pair with your Thanksgiving Dinner   Email the show at straightolc@gmail.com              Hit the Voicemail at 641-715-3900 Ext. 769558   Follow SOLC Network online Instagram: https://bit.ly/39VL542                    Twitter: https://bit.ly/39aL395                    Facebook: https://bit.ly/3sQn7je              To Listen to the podcast Podbean https://bit.ly/3t7SDJH                YouTube http://bit.ly/3ouZqJU                Spotify http://spoti.fi/3pwZZnJ                Apple http://apple.co/39rwjD1                Stitcher http://bit.ly/3puGQ5P  IHeartRadio http://ihr.fm/2L0A2y1

JCB LIVE
JCB LIVE: Building a legacy for Napa's Oldest Winery with Peter Mondavi Jr.

JCB LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 62:59


Learn how one of the most thoughtful leaders in Napa Valley is guiding the Charles Krug winery and his family's legacy into the future.Visit and learn more about the historic Charles Krug Winery: https://www.charleskrug.com

The Grape Nation
Christophe Baron, Bionic Wines

The Grape Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 79:28


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

The Chris Voss Show
The Chris Voss Show Podcast – Misfire: Inside the Downfall of the NRA by Tim Mak

The Chris Voss Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 30:32


Misfire: Inside the Downfall of the NRA by Tim Mak A blistering exposé of the National Rifle Association, revealing its people, power, corruption, and ongoing downfall, from acclaimed NPR investigative reporter Tim Mak “Tenacious, careful and incisive.”—Jonathan Swan • “Deeply and meticulously reported, colorfully and precisely written.”—Olivia Nuzzi • “Nonstop revelations are told with gripping detail and intimate insider knowledge.”—David Frum • “Fantastic.”—Chris Hayes The NRA once compelled respect—even fear—from Republicans and Democrats alike. Once a grassroots club dedicated to gun safety, the NRA ballooned into a powerful lobbyist organization that maintained an iron hold on gun legislation in America. This influential nonprofit raised millions in small fees from members across the country, which funded hidden, lavish lifestyles of designer suits, private jets and yachts, martini lunches and Champagne dinners—while the group manipulated legislators and flirted with a Russian spy. Yet in 2012, the NRA's grip on Washington began to loosen in the wake of the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary. Facing nationwide outrage, NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre gave a speech claiming the solution was not fewer guns, but more guns, in schools. The group's rhetoric only escalated from there, a misstep that sparked a backlash and invited the scrutiny of the government. Unveiled here for the first time ever are surprising, revelatory details spotlighting decades of poor leadership and mismanagement by LaPierre; the NRA's long association with marketing firm Ackerman-McQueen; NRA executives' 2015 trip to Moscow, a by-invitation affair packed with meetings with Russian government officials, diplomats, and oligarchs seeking influence in American politics; as well as the power struggle between LaPierre and former NRA president Oliver North that fractured the organization. Misfire is the result of a four-year investigation by journalist Tim Mak, who scoured thousands of pages of never-before-publicized documents and cultivated dozens of confidential sources inside the NRA's orbit to paint a vivid picture of the gun group's rampant corruption and slow decline, marking a sea change in the battle over gun rights and control in America.

Office Ladies
Heavy Competition

Office Ladies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 84:32


This week we're breaking down “Heavy Competition” and it's the “Office Ladies” 100th episode!!! As Michael tries to steal Dwight's customers, the ladies celebrate this very special podcast milestone. Angela pops some Champagne, the ladies listen to a very special fan song and Jenna demonstrates the skill needed for that super fun cheeseball opening. So as you're deciding whether “Pachelbel” is a better wedding song than “You Can Call Me Al”, enjoy this episode and thank you for listening!  Listen to Creed Bratton's song, “Breathe Easy”: https://music.apple.com/us/album/breathe-easy-single/1590302298  

Champagne and Complain
The Hazel Wood

Champagne and Complain

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 119:46


This week we're only spoiling the first 54 pages of The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert come join us for this wild fairy tale ride.book-The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert drinking-Tissot Maire Brut 

Line Drunk
Movie Scores

Line Drunk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 19:49


What are some of your favorite movie scores? How does the music make you feel? Does it bring back memories? How about emotion? Does it get you excited when you hear it? Does it make you think of good times of watching the film with family or friends? Test your knowledge this week with different movie scores. I got this idea from a short video I had to watch for class and thought it would be fun for my guest and for all of my listeners to test their knowledge. Can you name all 40? You only have 15 seconds to name the movie. The Composer (delightfuldrinks.com): Ingredients 30ml Vodka 30ml Rhubarb Cordial 3ml Bergamot Liqueur Directions Stir with ice and strain into a champagne flute garnished with raspberry dust. Top with Champagne and stir gently to mix. Drinking Rules: This week the rule is simple, take a drink if you get the movie wrong. It does sound simple, but you only get 15 seconds to guess correctly. As always, drink responsibly and with friends. Please do not drink and drive. Follow me on Instagram and Twitter at @Line_Drunk, check out linedrunk.wordpress.com and for bonus content, join the Patreon page for fun watch-a-longs at patreon.com/linedrunk --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/linedrunk/support

All Things Realitea TV
Realitea Talk with BB21's Tommy Bracco

All Things Realitea TV

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 68:48


Tommy Bracco from Big Brother 21 joins Laith and Champagne to discuss his experience in the Big Brother house. From walking into the house alongside family friend Christie to the unaired last minute chaos that led to his eviction, Tommy takes us through it all.Follow Tommy!Instagram: @tommybraccoTikTok: @tommy_braccoFollow Us on TikTok!Champagne: @AllThingsRealityLaith: @LOLaithLearn more about Hearts of Reality: https://www.gktw.org/heartsofreality/la.phpHave any questions? Email us at AllThingsRealiteaPodcast@gmail.comBig Brother (2000-) is owned by ViacomCBS.Intro/Outro Music by Dutchnelsar

JCB LIVE
JCB LIVE featuring Erin Marin Undressed!

JCB LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 42:52


Meet the woman behind one of St. Helena's most sought-after galleries, a designer with an eclectic collection and captivating personality.Episode Wine Offer: OFFER: 20% off for everyone, 30% off for WS & JCB members | The offer ends Sunday at midnight. Use Coupon code HAPPY47Shop Now: https://my.boissetcollection.com/products/catalog/sale-1005

Storybored
S1 E8: Champagne Kisses & Bongwater Dreams (w/ Hannah Piper Burns)

Storybored

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 54:36


We are joined by our first guest: Hannah Piper Burns, experimental filmmaker and multimedia artist (who wrote for Fandor.com until its recent demise). We conduct an in-depth wrap-up of the films and themes of 2018, Hannah pitches a film idea ripped from the headlines, and finally… Suspiria-booowl!!! Discussed in this episode:Assassination NationI Am Not a WitchMadeline's MadelineTullyThe Kindergarten TeacherDisobedienceThe Miseducation of Cameron PostThe FavouriteHereditarySuspiriaMandyFirst ReformedCunsolo and Ellis, "Ecological Grief as a mental health response to climate change related loss" (article in Nature, 2018) Alexander Chee, “Why ‘Grieve' is the Word of the Year” (essay, 2018)BPM (Beats Per Minute)“In Love and War: Phillippe Mangeot on Writing BPM” (interview, 2018)You Were Never Really HereA Walk Among the TombstonesHale County This Morning This EveningWild BoysTyrelSliceRafikiShopliftersEscaping NxivmStrange AngelDrop us a line at storyboredpod@gmail.com or via Instagram @storyboredpodcast or Twitter @storybored_pod. Logo photo: Alexis PaschalIntro: electro pop melody to remember 001 by Frankum & Frankumjay / (CC BY 3.0)Outro: techno pop ambience-piano loop by Frankum & Frankumjay / (CC BY 3.0)Additional clip: Oldskool video jingle by jobro / (CC BY-NC 3.0)

The Tipsy Timeline
Veuve on the Move: Champagne Pt III

The Tipsy Timeline

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 34:18


In this episode of the Tipsy Timeline, we talk about the odds-defying rise of Veuve Clicquot. If you enjoyed this episode, consider buying us a beer by going to TipsyTimeline.com/Support and supporting us on our Patreon. These are the resources we used to make today's episode:  https://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/the-widow-who-created-the-champagne-industry-180947570/  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sparkling_wine#History  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Champagne

Creative Boom
Ben Tallon on the wonderful highs and lows of creativity and why there is power in perseverance

Creative Boom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 52:34


Ben Tallon is an illustrator who has two decades of experience in the field with a hand-drawn style that's lively, loud and expressive. One that has done him proud across many disciplines from print, digital and animation to set design and large-scale media. So far, his clients include The Guardian, EasyJet, World Wrestling Entertainment, Penguin and UNICEF. His debut book, Champagne and Wax Crayons, was published in 2015 to much acclaim – it offers an honest account of what it means to be creative. Since then, he's won an award, written a few more books, and started his own show, The Creative Condition Podcast, which features insightful interviews with people across the creative community. Ben grew up in Keighley, West Yorkshire, where he loved Leeds United, wrestling and video games – things that clearly inspire his art today. He has a BTEC in Graphic Design from Keighley College and a BA in Illustration from the University of Central Lancashire. Here, Ben shares his experience of being a freelance illustrator and what he's learned over the past 20 years. It's an inspiring conversation with someone who is full of passion and determination, and who has this innate ability to capture the many ups and downs of modern life – from imposter syndrome and losing ourselves in creative trends to suffering isolation working from home and overcoming those difficult days when we get stuck and can't seem to get going. This is especially insightful for any aspiring illustrator who is hoping to carve a career out of freelancing in what can often feel like a challenging industry.

Samantics
Samantics-Ep.225-The Champagne of Beers

Samantics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 144:27


This week we have Derek the (anti) Hero and Chris Rock of RockPit Brewing join us in studio!  Chris catches us up on all of the happenings in the beer world, Derek tells us about all the shit he hates (again), and; of course, we address your emails and voicemails.

JCB LIVE
JCB LIVE featuring Travel Blogger Emily Martin aka Jet Setting Fashionista!

JCB LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 33:28


We consult with our well-travelled wine maven on how to assert your style, whether in a unique look or favorite bottle of wine! Explore the world of wines and find that perfect glass for you with Emily Martin!✈️ Explore Jet Setting Fashionista's Travel Blog here: https://www.jsfashionista.comEPISODE WINE OFFER: 20% off for everyone, 30% off for WS & JCB members | Offer ends "Sunday at midnight" Use coupon code: HAPPY45

WOW Report
Grande! Erivo! Gaga for Gucci! Let's Get Kraken! The WOW Report for Radio Andy!

WOW Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 51:44


Tune in every Friday for more WOW Report. #10 - WICKED: No Corden, Yes Grande/Erivo @ 00:48 #9 - Succession Season 3 @ 6:44 #8 - Hot Flick: House of Gucci @ 13:07 #7 - Dolly Parton's Scent From Above @ 20:57 #6 - Travis Scott "Astroworld" Tragedy @ 24:43 #5 - Let's Get Kraken @ 31:17 #4 - Fox NFL Slams Aaron Rogers @ 36:29 #3 - General Hospital Update @ 41:36 #2 - Champagne at Bottom of the Ocean @ 44:40 #1 - Dean Stockwell Dies at Age 85 @ 48:30

Minority Korner
MK326: Thirsty for Marvel (Eternals Spoiler Free Character Breakdown, The Harder They Fall, JayZ on Chappelle, Kelis DJing?)

Minority Korner

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 84:46


She's back again and we love to have her Mackenzie Green! She's with us to reunite the Marvel crew and do a deep dive into Marvel Studios' Eternals! SPOILER FREE of course, but all to get you pumped and ready with all of James' hot tidbits, production notes, he gleaned from hosting the red carpet premiere! Join us as we take a deep dive into each character in this groundbreaking and historical movie. But before we get there James discusses The Harder They Fall on Netflix based on real life black cowboys but falling short to real life colorism when it comes to casting. Will the rest of the world realize black cowboys existed?  Also does Kelis have a future as a DJ? Will James ever love Idris Elba? Guest Co-Host: MacKenzie Green (she/her)-  Vice President of Social Media for Who What Wear/Clique Brands. She previously served as a social media director at BET+, and worked for Betches, Telemundo, Paramount, and NBCUNIVERSAL. She is a graduate of Columbia Business School and the University of Miami. Holds two SunCoast Emmys, served as the former vice chair of the National Council of Negro Women , a proud member of Kappa Kappa Gamma and The Links Inc, and held the title of Miss DC USA in 2010. TW: @MacKenzieAGreen, IG: @missusatombaREFERENCE LINKS: Nope, nope nope Jay Z just make messy black westerns for Netflix please: https://www.vulture.com/2021/11/jay-z-discussed-dave-chappelles-the-closer-special.htmlWatch James Host the Marvel Studios' Eternals Red Carpet Premiere: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hTxYjmU01cCheck out James in Sh*t & Champagne on Amazon Prime and Apple TVMinority Korner on YouTube:  https://bit.ly/2JsXEuuCONTACT USTwitter: @minoritykornerEmail: minoritykorner@gmail.comIG: @minoritykornerHost/Producer: James Arthur M: TW: @JamesArthur_M, IG: @JamesArthur

The Tipsy Timeline
Tom Perignon: Champagne Pt II

The Tipsy Timeline

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 30:03


This is part two of our three part-er on the history of champagne. In this episode we focus on one of the OG champagne-makers: Dom Perignon. If you enjoyed this episode consider buying us a beer at TipsyTimeline.com/Support. And please check out the resources we used to make this episode:  https://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/the-widow-who-created-the-champagne-industry-180947570/  https://www.francetoday.com/food-drink/wine_and_spirits/dom_perignon_a_look_0at_a_legend/ https://www.wine-liquor.store/dom-perignon-price/  https://champagnegallery.com.au/pages/dom-perignon-the-man-and-the-myth  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dom_P%C3%A9rignon_(monk)  https://www.winemag.com/2019/12/02/history-sparkling-wine/  https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/29610/brief-history-champagne  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Champagne  https://vinepair.com/articles/whatever-happened-to-peach-champagne/

On the Back Bar
On The Back Bar #53 Paul Mathew on the Non-Alcoholic category, draft cocktails and Everleaf.

On the Back Bar

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 35:25


In this episode of On The Back Bar Podcast, Chris talks to Paul Mathew founder of Everleaf. Paul, bartender and bar owner (The Hide, The Arbitrager, and Demon, Wise & Partners in London) founded Everleaf in January 2019. Everleaf is an award-winning non-alcoholic aperitif made with all the depth, aroma and flavour of the natural world. Paul researched plants, sustainable sourcing, dehydrating samples, macerating and extracting to get the perfect blend of complementing yet surprising flavours. Protecting the world's biodiversity is a key priority for Everleaf, with the brand recently joining 1% for the Planet (donating at least 1% of its total sales to biodiversity conservation charities going forward) as well as supporting Fauna & Flora International (the world's oldest international wildlife conservation organisation). Enjoy! Links www.everleafdrinks.com @everleafdrinks @everleaf_paul ***** Join our community on Facebook! Beverage Network This podcast relies on our listeners to keep the show going! If you could support us by joining our Patreon it would really help this podcast grow. Patreon is a platform where you can support the podcast with a small monthly donation. This funding will help with all manner of things to equipment costs, editing and even getting some hard to reach people to sit down with me. Or you can just buy me a coffee to say thanks with the link below! :)  https://www.patreon.com/onthebackbar buymeacoffee.com/chrismenning                 ***** If you love our show would you please consider leaving us a review on iTunes or giving us 5 stars? It will really make a difference and help the podcast in the future. Head over to our website gastronomerlifestyle.com Contact me at christopher@gastronomerlifestyle.com

Wine for Normal People
Ep 399: Basilicata, Italy and the Wines of Aglianico del Vulture

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 48:02


Basilicata is a tiny region that represents the arch of the Italy's boot -the small area that borders Calabria in the west, Puglia in the east, Campania in the north and the Gulf of Taranto in the south. In this, Italy's 3rd least populous region, wine has been made for thousands of years but today, what remains is just 2,006 ha/5,000 acres of vineyards, which is 0.15% of Italy's total wine production. Of the 2% that is DOC wine, there is a shining star – a wine that can rival the best of the best in all of Italy – Aglianico del Vulture (ahl-LYAh-nee-koh del VOOL-too-ray). In this show we discuss the background of this southern Italian region and discuss the jewel in its crown.     Here are the show notes… We first discuss the location and land of Basilicata In the southern Apennines, Basilicata is the most mountainous region in the south of Italy. 47% is covered by mountains, 45% is hilly, and only 8% is plains. The west is the hillier area, the east runs into flatter land into Puglia. There is a small stretch of coastline between Campania and Calabria and a longer one along the Gulf of Taranto, between Puglia and Calabria. Photo: Getty Images We do a good look at the history of Basilicata, but the highlights are: People (or really ancestors of modern people) have inhabited the area since Paleolithic times. Matera is considered one of the oldest continuous civilizations in the world. Its Sassi district, which has now become a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has caves on a rocky hillside that were inhabited by people as far back as the Paleolithic times. Greeks settled in Basilicata from at least the 8th c BCE and likely brought Aglianico with them. Basilicata has been conquered by nearly everyone who paraded through southern Italy over the centuries. In the 1970s and 80s there was a renaissance in wine in Basilicata but it didn't last. Today, there is renewed hope and investments, as a new generation of winemakers takes over their family domaines, establishes new properties and combines traditional and modern winemaking to make excellent wines.   We mention several DOCs of Basilicata: Photo of Matera: Getty Images Matera DOC was granted in 2005 It is 50 ha / 124 acres, and produces about 11,200 cases per year REDS: Matera Primitivo (90%+ Primitivo/Zinfandel grape), Matera Rosso (at least 60% Sangiovese and 30% Primitivo), and Matera Moro, (a minimum of 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Primitivo and 10% Merlot). There are basic and Riserva levels Whites: Matera Greco (85%+ Greco), Matera Bianco (minimum of 85% Malvasia Bianca di Basilicata) There is also spumante (sparkling) made in the Champagne method   Grottino di Roccanova DOC was granted in 2009 8 ha / 20 acres, and producers about 3,000 cases per year White/Bianco (Minimum of 80% Malvasia Bianca di Basilicata) Red/Rosso: Sangiovese with Cabernet Sauvignino, Malvasia Nera di Basilicata, Montepulciano   Terre dell'Alta Val d'Agri DOC was granted in 2003. At 11 ha / 27 acres, the area makes a mere 3,840 cases a year. Vineyards can be no higher than 800 m/ 2,625 ft Red/Rosato: Rosso (Minimum 50% Merlot; minimum 30% Cabernet Sauvignon; maximum 20% other red grapes). Riserva and regular versions Photo: Getty Images, Val d'Agri   We spend the rest of the show discussing  Aglianico del Vulture DOC/DOCG, which is 25% of Basilicata's total production Vulture's land… Vulture is an extinct volcano that was last active about 130,000 years ago. It is 56 km/35 miles north of Potenza at an altitude of 1,326m/4,350 ft, close to borders with Puglia and Campania. Woods surround the area and the top of the slope has more volcanic soils and lower lying vineyards have more mixed, colluvial, and clay soils. The elevations are specified by the DOC – too low or too high and you won't get great flavor development or quality wine, so the range is 200-700 m/660 -2300 ft. The variety of soils, elevations and exposures mean that there are different styles of Aglianico del Vulture. Photo: Getty Images Vulture's climate… Vulture is continental in climate and it has lower average daily temperatures than Sicily or Tuscany. There are cool breezes that sweep in from the Adriatic, cooling the area and preventing humidity. Elevation also keeps things cooler, especially at night, which means the grapes experience a long growing season, building flavor in the hot sun during the day, and cooling at night to hoard acidity.  The rain shadow of Mount Vulture also keeps the weather cool and dry.  That said, in some years the drought is fierce, grapes can get sunburned, the tannins can be tough, and the wine can be overly alcoholic.     Characteristics of Aglianico del Vulture Aglianico is a thick-skinned grape that needs mineral-rich soils with clay and limestone (like what is on Vulture). It can be overcropped, so careful tending to the grapes leads to better results (this is kind of a dumb thing to say, since that's the case with all grapes, but I'm putting it out there anyway!).   Flavors range in Aglianico del Vulture. Younger wines are high in tannins and acidity, with black cherry, chocolate, flowers, minerals, dark-fruit, and shrubby, forest notes. With a few years (5 or more), you may get nuances of Earl gray tea, black tea, licorice, earth, tar, spice, and violets. The tannins calm with age, but the acidity remains – with age (7-10 years) these wines are pretty impressive. We discuss the fact that there are some lighter styles and some savory, complex ones, but most are minerally with tannin in some form. Photo of Aglianico: Getty Images  Aglianico del Vulture was made a DOC in 1971 It is 520/1,284 acres, and it's average production is 235,000 cases The wine is red or spumante – all is 100% Aglianico (the sparkling must be made in the Champagne method). Reds are required to be aged for 9-10 months in a vessel of the producer's choice before release (oak isn't required). Spumante must rest for 9 months on the lees. Photo: Monte Vulture, Getty Images Aglianico del Vulture Superiore DOCG/ Riserva Superiore DOCG was created in 2010. It is within the Aglianico del Vulture DOC but is only 89 ha/220 acres Production is much smaller, at 6,670 cases. The wine is 100% Aglianico. Superiore is required to spend 12 months in oak, 12 months in a bottle, cannot be sold until at least three years after harvest. Superiore Riserva spends 24 months in oak, 12 in bottle, and cannot be released until at least 5 years after harvest. Both categories must reach a minimum of 13.5% ABV (basically a guarantee that the grapes are ripe!)     In the show we discuss the food of Basilicata and mention a few specialties: M.C. Ice was surprised that in this area, bread crumbs were a cheese substitute, sprinkled over pasta, meat, and vegetables. Horseradish is common here, along with Italian hot peppers, beans, pork sausage, and the famed bread of Matera, which is a Protected Georgraphical Indication and uses wheat grown locally and a yeast infused with fruit.     Producers are vital to getting a quality wine. This is my list… D'Angelo (Split into D'Angelo and Donato D'Angelo recently, and each is good) Paternoster (recently sold to Veneto's Tommasi family) Cantine del Notaio Elena Fucci Terre degli Svevi /Re Manfredi Grifalco Eubea and Basilisco (both small-production bottlings) Bisceglia (we were drinking the 2018 Terre di Vulcano, which was about $18) DOC wines are around US$20/GBP£15, DOCG wines are more like US$45/GBP£43.   __________________________ Thanks for our sponsors this week: Wine Access: Access to the best wines for the best prices! For 15% off your next order, go to www.wineaccess.com/normal   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 _____________________________ Some interesting sources I used for this show: Italian Wine Central (Great for data on DOCs/DOCGs) "The Wines of Basilicata Paradise Lost and Found" 4/17, Vinous, by Ian d'Agata  NY Times Article on Aglianico

Have A Drink With Me
Halloween 3 & Cheap Champagne with Remy Cashman

Have A Drink With Me

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 46:07


Dylan and Remy talk about an odd movie with child robots that turn into rats? Halloween 3!----Follow Have A Drink With Me on a drunken journey as Dylan attempts to discuss movies, television, and things his guests love.Each episode Dylan picks what he and the guests talk about, but the guests tell Dylan what he has to drink.#hadwm #Coppola #Wine #samkimbrell #comedypodcast----http://shop.stricterpictures.comhttp://instagram.com/stricterpicshttp://twitter.com/stricterpicshttp://facebook.com/stricterpicsSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/hadwm)

Moms Can Wine Too
The start of the advent

Moms Can Wine Too

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 48:36


Hi guys! join us this week as we open our wine advent calendar and drink days 1 and 2.  We had a wonderful Italian Chardonnay and a French Merlot.  We also played another game of would you rather... sex edition.  Grab a glass and join in the fun! Cheers!

The Well Read Poem
S6E1: "On a General Election" by Hilaire Belloc

The Well Read Poem

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 9:01


Welcome to Season 6 of The Well Read Poem podcast. In this season we will explore a series of satirical poems. Satire has been defined as literary ridicule or literary correction. This week's selection is by the rather prolific author Hilaire Belloc who was once a politician who himself became a critic of politics. Poem begins at timestamp 7:30. On a General Election by Hilaire Belloc The accursed power which stands on Privilege (And goes with Women, and Champagne and Bridge) Broke — and Democracy resumed her reign: (Which goes with Bridge, and Women and Champagne).

JCB LIVE
JCB LIVE featuring Wine Educator Emilie Steckenborn

JCB LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 28:47


Discover why the demand for wine education in Asia keeps growing and which wine concepts are the hardest to translate for this unique audience with one of the region's leading explainers of wine.

Minority Korner
MK325: Space Sisters (Oscar Issac + Pedro Pascal, Historical Trailblazer Mexican Transgender Soldier Ameilo Robles Ávila, The Owl House, Sh*t & Champagne Streaming)

Minority Korner

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 46:36


Avi is back for part 2 of this episode as we dive into the world of our favorite friendship of the moment Pedro Pascal and Oscar Issac. Cause we would all use a little more love am I right? In the main korner its time for some LGBTQIA+ history as we talk about Ameilo Robles Ávila who who fought in the Mexican Revolution and was the first transgender soldier in the Mexican military. Then at the end we discuss The Owl House, a disney animated show  where Avi voices the nonbinary character Raine Whispers.Guest Co-Host: Avi Roque (They/Them) is a Latine, Trans, Nonbinary actor & voice artist. Most recently, you can watch them on Disney's Animated Series, The Owl House, as the voice behind Nonbinary character, Raine Whispers. Avi is also the narrator of several audiobooks, including New York Time's Best-Seller, Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas. Lastly, they are happily engaged to TV Writer, Christina Nieves, together parenting 2 sweet cats, Benny & Ru. aviroque.comREFERENCE LINKS: Oscar Isaac + Pedro Pascal: https://www.themarysue.com/oscar-isaac-pedro-pascal-girlfriends/ Ameilo Robles Ávila:Remezcla - The Little-Known History of Amelio Robles, a Trans Zapatista Who Fought in Mexico's RevolutionAmelio Robles Ávila, Trans Legend of the Mexican RevolutionWatch James Host the Marvel Studios' Eternals Red Carpet Premiere: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hTxYjmU01cCheck out James in Sh*t & Champagne on Amazon Prime and Apple TV Minority Korner on YouTube:  https://bit.ly/2JsXEuuCONTACT USTwitter: @minoritykornerEmail: minoritykorner@gmail.comIG: @minoritykornerHost/Producer: James Arthur M: TW: @JamesArthur_M, IG: @JamesArthur

Choses à Savoir HISTOIRE
Pourquoi Napoléon a-t-il indirectement inventé la boite de conserve ?

Choses à Savoir HISTOIRE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 2:07


Jusqu'à la fin du XVIIIe siècle, la conservation défectueuse des aliments provoquait de graves maladies, comme le scorbut. Ce ne sera plus le cas après l'invention de la boîte de conserve, en 1795, par Nicolas Appert. Le procédé connaîtra un succès notable grâce à l'intervention de Napoléon.Conserver les aliments par la chaleurDurant l'Ancien Régime, les procédés de conservation des aliments, comme le salage ou le fumage, coûtaient cher et ne permettaient qu'une conservation partielle des aliments.Nicolas Appert, originaire cde Châlons-sur-Marne et confiseur de son état, s'intéresse à la question. Après plusieurs années de recherche, il met au point une nouvelle technique de conservation des aliments, fondée sur l'action de la chaleur.Elle consiste à enfermer l'aliment à conserver dans une bouteille en verre. Fier de ses origines, Appert choisira une bouteille de Champagne, remplacée plus tard par un bocal de verre. Il faut ensuite boucher hermétiquement ce récipient, puis le plonger dans l'eau bouillante un certain temps.Pour Nicolas Appert, cette exposition à la chaleur permet de tuer les germes pathogènes. Cette méthode de stérilisation prendra, comme il se doit, le nom d'"appertisation".Mais c'est l'inventeur anglais Peter Durand qui, en 1810, dépose le brevet d'une boîte métallique devant conserver les aliments selon la méthode imaginée par Nicolas Appert.Un procédé adopté par les autoritésComme tous les chefs militaires, Napoléon était préoccupé par la ravages que le scorbut provoquait dans les rangs de son armée. Or, cette maladie était due à la difficulté de conserver aux aliments toutes leurs propriétés nutritives.Avant Napoléon, le Directoire avait déjà promis une récompense à qui pourrait inventer un procédé capable de conserver des aliments frais pour l'usage des soldats.C'est le procédé de Nicola Appert, déjà testé dans la marine depuis 1803, qui est distingué. Sur proposition de l'Empereur, il reçoit une forte somme d'argent et s'engage à faire éditer à compte d'auteur un ouvrage où il décrirait sa méthode.Transmis à tous les préfets, le livre fera beaucoup pour populariser la technique de l'appertisation. Et, on le voit, Napoléon y est bien pour quelque chose. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Bad Boys Podcast
574 - Champagne Boogie

Bad Boys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 129:22


This Week: Homework [MCP]: Dune (2021) Extra Credit [Fonso]: Pet Sematary (1989) Extras: [MCP]: Halloween Kills (2021) Next Time (11/09/2021): Homework [Harley]: The King (2019) Extra Credit [MCP]: Bicentennial Man (1999)

JCB LIVE
JCB LIVE: In Hot Water with Calistoga's Fearless Leader Chris Canning

JCB LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 28:32


Learn about the past, present, and future of the charming Napa Valley community of Calistoga with Calistoga Mayor Chris Canning, home of one of Boisset's most exciting expansion projects. Purchase Featured wines available at https://oakvillegrocery.com/shop/wines?winery=667

Project You with Camie Cragg
Champagne with Ashley at the gym

Project You with Camie Cragg

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 114:17


Todays episode to me is the epitome of authenticity. Opening your heart to others is not always easy but when it happens - its beautiful and raw.   Today a group of women got together to celebrate ourselves, celebrate each other and our shared successes. To spur eachother on and share in love and laughter.   Over snacks and champagne we shared some of our most vulnerable moments, deepest thoughts, and unveiled our truest selves.   Circled around together we also shared some laughter, some tears and bittersweet 'goodbyes' as we said farewell not only to Season 13 of Project C, but also said farewell to our beloved trainer Ashley. It was an honor and privilege to share memories and well wishes to this amazing woman as she moves on to the next season of her life. We will miss you Ash! CCF and Project C won't be the same without you!   Xoxo Camie Cragg 

The Tea
Andrew Ward, Sales & Marketing at Coastal Plains Meat Company

The Tea

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 50:47


We are talking with Andrew about the Veteran-owned Coastal Plains Meat Company that began on Middle Eastern battlefields and the “Louisiana Beef” movement they created here in Lafayette and Acadiana with local restaurants, burger joints, and grocers. Some of the restaurant locations you can try 100% local, fresh Louisiana Beef are: Taco Sisters, La Fonda, Burger Tyme, Judice Inn, Twin's Burgers and Sweets, Deano's, Prejean's, Broaddus Burgers, Original Ground Pati, Ground Pati Grille and Bar, and Mandez Grill. And some local Grocers include Nunu's Fresh Market in Youngsville, Champagne's in Erath and Abbeville, and Larry's Super Foods in Kaplan. You can learn more about them at http://www.coastalplainsmeatcompany.com/ — The Tea Podcast is proudly sponsored by The Music Academy of Acadiana & The Orchard, Authorized Service Providers of Apple. The Music Academy of Acadiana is Acadiana's top choice for music lessons in piano, guitar, voice, drums, violin, saxophone, flute, audio production & more. They teach students of all ages and styles, they have sent students to college, to compete in major music competitions, and have also premiered on major TV Music contests like American Idol & The Voice. Founded by University of Louisiana at Lafayette music school graduate Tim Benson, the Academy has been voted as a top finalist in the best music school by readers of the Times since 2016 and they have won the national music school of the year award in 2014. Their goal is to make music lessons fun, educational and to help foster the next generation of musicians and creative thinkers! You can find them at the following links: Website: www.musicacademyacadiana.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MusicAcademyOfAcadiana/ — The Orchard is our tech sponsor and are providing the tech we need to assure a successful live podcast. Check them out at theorchardstores.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-tea-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-tea-podcast/support

Moms Can Wine Too
Would you rather...

Moms Can Wine Too

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 37:01


Hey guys!  Welcome back for this week's episode.  This week we are playing would you rather Halloween edition, so grab a glass and join in.  Cheers!

All Things Realitea TV
Realitea Talk with Davie Rickenbacker from Survivor: David v. Goliath

All Things Realitea TV

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 61:01


Davie Rickenbacker from Survivor David vs. Goliath (or should we say the future NETFLIX star) joins Laith and Champagne to discuss his experience on Survivors 37th season. From the Natalia blindside pre-merge to an unaired Jacketgate 2.0 to the legendary minority vote split, Davie takes you through his journey from the moment he was called last minute to replace Ciries son to the present day. Follow Davie! Instagram: @iamDavie TikTok: @ihateDavie Follow Us on TikTok! Champagne: @AllThingsReality Laith: @LOLaith Learn more about Hearts of Reality: https://www.gktw.org/heartsofreality/la.php Have any questions? Email us at AllThingsRealiteaPodcast@gmail.com Survivor (2000-) is owned by ViacomCBS. Intro/Outro Music by Dutchnelsar

JCB LIVE
JCB LIVE featuring Jamie Graff from Nimbus Arts in Napa Valley

JCB LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 42:35


Celebrate a Napa Valley Halloween with a "Floating Pumpkin" art exhibit organized by Nimbus Arts and created by over 200 local pumpkin carvers.Create with our friends at Nimbus Arts: https://www.nimbusarts.orgOFFER: 20% off for everyone, 30% off for WS & JCB members | Offer ends "Sunday at midnight"Shop Now: https://my.boissetcollection.com/products/catalog/sale-1005

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

DOTJ - Drinking On The Job

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 38:20


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

Kara's Lipstick Diary
Reclaiming My Birthday Suit | Adrienne Fletcher and Kristin Kozelsky | Kara's Lipstick Diary | E1:18

Kara's Lipstick Diary

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 57:40


It's 40th Birthday Month so it's time to pop some bottles and reclaim your birthday suit.  Kara's has two of her besties, Adrienne Fletcher and Kristin Kozelsky,  join the episode and chat about how empowering boudoir photography can be for women wether it's helping with body image after abusive relationships, a sexual assault or an illness or just for fun.  Kara discusses reclaiming her body as her own after being sexually assaulted and how posing for boudoir photos helped her do this.  She came to realize that her body was beautiful and belonged to her not the men that had felt they were entitled to her body.TRIGGER WARNING: Sexual Assault and Rape are discussed in this episode.  Kara like many women is a sexual assault survivor.Photographers work included from Kristin Kozelsky Photography,  Water Bear Photography and Adrienne Fletcher Photography Set Flowers Provided by Alachua Flowers and Tuxedo RentalsYou can find them at www.alachua-flowers-and-tuxedo-rentals.busines.siteEPISODE 20 COCKTAIL RECIPE | Champagne Just pop the bottle and pour over some edible glitter!For all the latest contests and happening behind the scenes:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Karas-Lipsti... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/karaslipsti...To view the antics subscribe to the YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCE2P...#karaslipstickdiary​ #champagne #poppingbottles #boudoir #boudoirphotographyABOUT KARA'S LIPSTICK DIARYKara Winslow is freelance on location makeup artist based in Florida that has worked in the entertainment and wedding/event industries for over 25 years.  She spent over a decade doing work at HSN both on camera and behinds the scenes for a cosmetic company.  After several years of being away from being on camera she decided to launch her podcast.

On the Back Bar
Table Talk EP#1: Philip Augustin, Daniel Elphinstone & Gabriel Gliga

On the Back Bar

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 106:56


Welcome to episode one of Table Talk, a new series for On The Back Bar where we invite industry professionals to join us on the show and to chat about their roles and other various topics.  This episode we have Philip Augustin the Spirits Sales Director for Italasia, Gabriel Gliga the Beverage Manager for Soho Hospitality and Daniel Elphinstone the SEA Whisky Ambassador at Bacardi. Enjoy! Bottles: Se Busca Reposado Aberfeldy 12 & 20 Dewar's Illegal Smooth Mezcal Finish Links Philip Augustin Instagram  Daniel Elphinstone Instagram  Gabriel Gliga Instagram    ***** Join our community on Facebook! Beverage Network This podcast relies on our listeners to keep the show going! If you could support us by joining our Patreon it would really help this podcast grow. Patreon is a platform where you can support the podcast with a small monthly donation. This funding will help with all manner of things to equipment costs, editing and even getting some hard to reach people to sit down with me. Or you can just buy me a coffee to say thanks with the link below! :)  https://www.patreon.com/onthebackbar buymeacoffee.com/chrismenning                 ***** If you love our show would you please consider leaving us a review on iTunes or giving us 5 stars? It will really make a difference and help the podcast in the future. Head over to our website gastronomerlifestyle.com Contact me at christopher@gastronomerlifestyle.com

Minority Korner
MK324: We Need A Resolution (Dave Chappelle/Netflix Transphobia, Rust Set Tragic Shooting, Dia De Los Muertos History & How not to Appropriate, Aaliyah)

Minority Korner

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 69:13


This week Avi Roque (they/them) joins the conversation. We start off with an important discussion about Dave Chappelle and the effect his hurtful actions are having on the Trans community. Maybe he should be listening to this episode right? Next, we talk about the tragedy that happened on the Rust set with the death of Halyna Hutchins. What does this mean for the safety of film sets moving forward? How will people trust this won't happen again? Then in the main Korner Avi gives us an E-D-U-C-A-T-I-O-N  on the well known holiday Dia De Los Muertos. We dive into the history of it and what it really means. James and Avi also discuss their heritage and what they`ve learned about themselves in the process and that Grandpa Russell had a lot of kids!  Guest Co-Host: Avi Roque (They/Them) is a Latine, Trans, Nonbinary actor & voice artist. Most recently, you can watch them on Disney's Animated Series, The Owl House, as the voice behind Nonbinary character, Raine Whispers. Avi is also the narrator of several audiobooks, including New York Time's Best-Seller, Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas. Lastly, they are happily engaged to TV Writer, Christina Nieves, together parenting 2 sweet cats, Benny & Ru. aviroque.comREFERENCE LINKS: Rust Tragedy, What We Know So Far...Vulture - EXPLAINERS UPDATED OCT. 27, 2021 ‘No One Has Been Ruled Out' of Facing Charges in Rust Shooting, Says SheriffThe Mary Sue - What We Know About Fatal Rust Accident That Took the Life of Cinematographer Halyna HutchinsDave Chappelle: The Cut- All the Fallout From Dave Chappelle's Controversial New SpecialVulture - Dave Chappelle the Comedy RelicWhat A Day - How Chapelle Fueled a Netflix Walkout Dia De Los Muertos: THE HISTORY OF DIA DE LOS MUERTOS AND WHY YOU SHOULDN'T APPROPRIATE ITPBS - Beyond Sugar Skulls: The History and Culture of Dia de los MuertosThe Native Roots of Dia De Los MuertosThe History of Day of the DeadDay of the Dead history: Ritual dates back 3,000 years and is still evolving Watch James Host the Marvel Studios' Eternals Red Carpet Premiere: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hTxYjmU01cCheck out James in Sh*t & Champagne on Amazon Prime and Apple TVMinority Korner on YouTube:  https://bit.ly/2JsXEuuCONTACT USTwitter: @minoritykornerEmail: minoritykorner@gmail.comIG: @minoritykornerHost/Producer: James Arthur M: TW: @JamesArthur_M, IG: @JamesArthur

Wolvescast
167: Champagne Right Now

Wolvescast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 79:39


The opening week of the season has been a resounding success. The team is 3-1. Anthony Edwards appears to have taken steps forward on and off the court. Despite his penchant for letting the officials get to him, Karl Towns seems primed for a big season. We talk about all of this plus OH YEAH THEY BEAT THE CHAMPS. Also, Power Rankings, mobile ordering, Bob Voulgaris, a game and more. This episode of Wolvescast is sponsored by Target Center Concessions

Le moment Meurice
La fusion entre l'Alsace, la Lorraine et la Champagne Ardenne

Le moment Meurice

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 4:45


durée : 00:04:45 - Le moment Meurice - par : Guillaume Meurice - Retrouvez le reportage de Guillaume Meurice qui enquêtait sur la fusion du Grand Est...