This show is a recap of a the recent trip through Tuscany that my travel partner, Tourissimo, and I organized for a group of 19 Patrons (join Patreon so you can make the next one!). We go through the major DOCGs/DOCs we visited and I share some interesting things I learned and observed. A great one for armchair travel! Here are the DOCGs we explored: Vernaccia di San Gimignano Vino Nobile di Montepulciano Chianti Classico Brunello di Montalcino Morellino di Scansano And the DOCs Maremma and Bolgheri My big takeaway from the trip: I am more optimistic than ever about Tuscan wines, which just keep getting better and better. If you don't have experience with these wines, I would recommend checking them out (especially if you like Italian food since what grows together, goes together!). Chianti Classico, view from Castello Brolio, Ricasoli 1141. Credit: Wine For Normal People A few shout outs! To Heather, Beppe, and Silvia from Tourissimo, for being the best partners ever! To Wine Access for hooking us up with some great visits to Castello Romitorio and San Filippo 3. Hotel della Fortezza and Fidalma -- go see them in Sorano for a great stay and a great meal! Full show notes and all trip details are on Patreon. Become a member today! www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople _______________________________________________________________ I love my exclusive sponsor, Wine Access, my go-to source for the best selection of interesting, outstanding quality wines you can't find locally. Go to www.wineaccess.com/normal to join my co-branded wine club with Wine Access and www.wineaccess.com/wfnp so see a page of the wines I'm loving right now from their collection. Get 10% your first order. Check out Wine Access today! To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes
Coyal talks with the owner of Dolce & Chianti, Inga Davidian who was voted one of Yelp's 2022 Top 100 places to eat in the U.S. Located in the Soutwest, Inga talks about her background in Seattle and how she decided to expand in Las Vegas, Nevada. Inga gives us details of her beautiful restaurant with a stage accompanied by a blue piano for live performances. Opening up 2 months prior to the pandemic, Inga gave us a touching story behind the blue piano and the obstacles her restaurant conquered to continue to thrive in the southwest area of Las Vegas. If you want to enjoy an atmosphere similar to the strip but not on the strip & around locals, you have to check out Dolce & Chianti Italian Cucina & Cocktails.Inga not only provides a beautiful setting at the restaurant, but the food is excellent. You can have a family outing, business meeting, wedding, birthday, concert, etc. all under this roof. The Italian way!Her Story:With over a decade of experience cooking modern and Northern Italian specialties in Washington, our family owned and operated restaurant is excited to share our culinary vision to you and all our guests. Our caring and committed staff make sure you have a fantastic experience with us. Dolce & Chianti Website Google Map location:Dolce and Chianti Italian Restaurant4275 S Durango Dr #100, Las Vegas, NV 89147Subscribe to Visit Vegas Places with Coyal Never miss an episode again!Plus get behind the scenes coverage with business owners and chefs.Have you thought about hosting your own podcast show? If so, I have provided links below to get you started in the right direction. Start with some gear that you already have, and a quiet space. Now you are officially ready.Riverside FM - provides quality recording and virtual capabilities for long distance guest.Access RiversideFM hereBuzzsprout - is hands down the easiest and best way to launch, promote, and track your podcast. Your show can be online and listed in all the major podcast directories (like Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and more) within minutes of finishing your recording.Access Buzzsprout HereShow Music composed by: Dae One Visit Vegas Places with Coyal. Real Vegas, Real Topics, Real Business with Real Owners. Covering topics on economics, entrepreneurship, health, well-being and FOOD! Thank You for tuning in and make sure to VISIT VEGAS PLACES!Follow our social media platforms:https://www.instagram.com/visitvegasplaces/https://www.youtube.com/c/CoyalHarrisonIIISupport the show
Season 7 – Gap Year: Mediterranean Europe Episode 10 If you're planning a trip to Italy, chances are, you are seriously considering some time in Florence. And for good reason. The city center consists of an incredible Duomo di Firenze, the David statue by Michelangelo, Piazza Della Signoria and Italy's most visited museum, The Uffizi Gallery. Not into the museum vibes? Enjoy your relaxing near the Ponte Vecchio bridge, eat some Florentine steak, shop for an Italian leather souvenir or grab some grub at Mercato Centrale Firenze. We did all those things and more – including a Chianti wine tour in the hills of Tuscany. We made our way in a 4x4 truck to three wineries: Villa le Corti, Localita Rignana and Poggio Torselli. Watch our video of the trip, to see what it's like: https://youtu.be/iSKN0ulp6Cg. Click here to see our AirBnB near the Duomo (not sponsored): https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/11696290?guests=1&adults=1&s=67&unique_share_id=dae54820-8526-4fb7-ba0d-9fc49d5c229c Send us your feedback and thoughts via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Have your own travel story? Attach a voice memo to your email, and you could hear your own voice in a future podcast episode. --- Travel FOMO is hosted by a husband and wife duo, Jamin and Hilarie Houghton. Learn more about them at www.travelfomopodcast.com. You can subscribe to Travel FOMO in two different ways: (1) See their adventures on YouTube and (2) follow audibly from wherever you listen to podcasts. Why? Because they're traveling to 18 different countries during their gap year, and you won't want to miss it. Follow us on social media: Instagram: www.instagram.com/travelfomopodcast Facebook: www.facebook.com/travelfomopodcast TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@travelfomopodcast YouTube: www.youtube.com/@travelfomopodcast
Angela and Nick are joined by national treasure, Alex Jones. Alex Jones' route to The One Show couch was far from linear. She began her career by getting fired, twice, but returned to work unphased, prompting the production company to suggest a screen test. Alex aced that and having found her niche, was soon presenting a dating show in Magaluf. Alex joined The One Show in 2010 and appeared on Strictly the following year. She has interviewed stars like Kate Winslet, the Rock and astronaut Buzz Aldrin, who was memorable for many reasons. Alex has also taken part in two incredible Sport Relief challenges, including Hell on the High Seas, which saw six celebrities sail a racing yacht one thousand miles around the UK. As Alex loves Italian food and is married to an ex-chef, Angela decides to do what she does best, pasta. She prepares puttanesca and reveals how she guarantees a delicious flavour, every time. Nick pours the wine, a No.1 Chianti Classico Riserva Piccini and for dessert, the trio enjoy a tarte aux fruits. This episode is a giggle from start to finish as Alex reveals what happened when she drove a bus down the M40 with Chris Evans, why she is NOT a baker and why Lionel Richie got more than he bargained for, the day they met. Catch Alex Jones on Reunion Hotel on BBC 2 and the BBC iPlayer. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can't all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your dilemmas to email@example.com and she'll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a S:E Creative Studio production for Waitrose & Partners. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On May 4th, 2001, Actor Robert Blake's second wife Bonny Lee Bakley was shot dead in Studio City, California, outside Vitello's, his favorite Italian restaurant. She had a long trail of broken hearts and stolen credit cards. Could it have been a jilted former lover? Or was Robert involved? In this episode, we attempt to solve one of Hollywood's biggest murder cases ever! So grab your plate of Fusilli pasta and pop open that bottle of Chianti because it's time to get LOST on the Diepod HIGHWAY!Support the showDeath in Entertainment is hosted by Kyle Ploof, Mark Mulkerron and Alejandro DowlingNew episodes every Wednesday!https://linktr.ee/deathinentertainment
Today I'm going to give you a window into the series of Skill Exchange calls that I host regularly for the members of the Climate Farming community. The community is open to any active farmer in Europe and together we've co-created an online learning space for farmers to connect with one another, share ideas and knowledge, and receive support from their peers.This series of Skill Exchange calls is part of my ongoing effort to create a free library of farmer's presentations on tips and abilities they've found success with throughout the diverse farming operations that are represented in our groups. In today's episode we get to hear from Lorenzo Costa, who's been on this show once previously in an episode I recorded on his farm in the Chianti region of Italy with Zach Weiss when I visited in November of last year. Lorenzo will offer a deep dive into some of the processes and recipes he has learned, applied, and found success with from Korean Natural Farming, or KNF. We start out with an overview of what KNF is and how it began before jumping into tutorials on how to make your own indigenous microorganisms, DIY liquid fertilizers, and more. This is a very technical presentation which will walk you through the each step in how to make these garden amendment and enhancement products for yourself, and since I know it can be tough to remember everything much less take notes if you're doing something else while you listen to this, Lorenzo was kind enough to send me his presentation with all the pictures he refers to so you can reference it later when you're mixing all this stuff up.Check out the presentation here Join the discord discussion channel to answer the weekly questions and learn new skills with the whole community Links: https://christrump.com/ https://www.instagram.com/lorenzo.costa1/ https://www.instagram.com/lascoscesa/ https://en.jadam.kr/
Ciao! In this week's Minisode, the Wives are talking about their voyage to Greve in Chianti, where they tackled driving internationally, starting fires, jumping electric fences, drinking all the vino in town and experiencing Tuscany in the winter time. They came, they saw, they wrote and then...wrote some more. Also, the childlike wonder of attempting new languages, the absolute joy of an imagination retreat and why Chondra + Misha need your help planning their next overseas getaway. Brainstorm in the rainforests of Costa Rica, find divine inspiration nestled in the temples of Kyoto or settle in for late-night creative roundtables on the train from Salzburg to Vienna? And did we mention, you're coming too?! Take the BAND WIVES 2024 CREATIVE RETREAT SURVEY and get ready to getaway with the Wives next year!
The Portland Thorns have a new kit, and it's making waves with fans for its — bold — style. But hey, at least it's not boring. On this week's episode of Soccer Made in Portland, Ryan and Chris debate the controversial kit, preview the upcoming Thorns preseason tournament, and recap the Timbers' recent game against LAFC. Timestamps: (0:00 - 5:45) Ryan's Chianti-fueled trip to Italy (5:45 - 18:00) Philosophical debate on the new Thorns kit (18:00 - 35:00) Thorns preseason tournament preview (35:00 - full time) Timbers vs. LAFC game recap -- Ryan Clarke, firstname.lastname@example.org, Twitter: @RyanTClarke Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
DOWNLOAD It's the year 1992 – the public witnesses the first televised presidential threeway debate, eating liver with a nice Chianti is all the rage, and the Cartoon Network debut helps mold the tastes of a generation. Join us as... Read more
So, you're visiting Spain, or perhaps you just fancy something español for dinner to mix it up a bit, but don't know what to choose. You like Cab Sav, or maybe a Chianti. So what would be a Spanish version of that? This week Roque and Luke dive into Spanish alternatives to most the main grapes and regions around the world.
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Chianti, an Italian favorite should be your wine choice with pizza. Learn more from Jack Farrell with Haskell's Wines and Spirits. haskells.com
This entry in our James Bond series features an episode that enlivened the franchise: Goldeneye, Pierce Brosnan's solid debut. Brosnan was built to play 007, and he looks relaxed and ready here. To pair with this above-average Bond, we drink a delicious Chianti from Selvapiana. Italian reds pop up throughout the series, both books and movies.... The post Goldeneye (1995) appeared first on Cinemavino.
Taste AtlasSeason 4 is here and Ali Hassan & Marco Timpano discuss taste Atlas World's Best Cuisine and whether or not it is possible to actually name a country with the best cuisine. Marco uncovers Chianti. A Sneak-Peek:[00:58] Ali and Marco talk about Atlas World's Best Cuisine. [7:00] Marco and Ali discuss where certain countries land on the list.[8:15] Marco explains why Italy is a hub for great cuisine. [18:20] Ali talks about how he hates food waste. [21:20] Marco gives a Chianti 101 lesson. [25:00] The terroir debate[31:50] The Sangiovese grape.[38:00] Ali puts Marco on the spot - asking what his favourite pasta is.Mentioned links:https://www.tasteatlas.com/best/cuisinesQuotes:“Go forward and enjoy your Sangiovese” - MarcoConnect with us on:Twitter: @podisdelciousInstagram: This Podcast is DeliciousWeb: thispodcastisdelicious Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
"Hello Clarice..." "I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice Chianti." So many great lines from this film based on the book written by Thomas Harris, with the film starring Anthony Hopkins and Jodie Foster. You can watch this film for free on Tube, Pluto, or Roku, so check it out if you haven't watched it yet. The film synopsis is: a young F.B.I. cadet must receive the help of an incarcerated and manipulative cannibal killer to help catch another serial killer, a madman who skins his victims. Themed Cocktails: A classic glass of Chianti (I recommend Ruffino Riserva Ducale), but you can also opt for an actual cocktail... Hello, Clarice (cointreau.com): Ingredients 0.75 oz Cointreau 1.5 oz Rye whiskey 0.75 oz Fresh lemon juice 1 dash Angostura Bitters 0.5 oz Chianti float Directions Add Cointreau, whiskey, fresh lemon juice, and bitters to a shaker with ice. Shake and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Hold a bar spoon with the back facing up, just above the cocktail's surface. Slowly pour the Chianti to layer. The Silence of the Lambs Drinking Game (drinkwhen.ca and sober.co): Someone says “Clarice” Someone says “Starling” You see a moth or a butterfly Hannibal looks directly into the camera / your soul Clarice has a flashback. Hannibal gives false information about Buffalo Bill. Someone dies or we see a dead body. Skin or Skinning is mentioned. Finish your drink during Buffalo Bill's famous dance! As always, drink responsibly and with friends. Share the podcast with others. Follow/Subscribe on your favorite streaming platform, leave me a five star review. Follow the podcast on Instagram and Twitter @Line_Drunk. Check out linedrunk.wordpress.com and for bonus content join the patreon at patreon.com/linedrunk. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/linedrunk/support
Tuscany holds a special place in many a dreamers heart. Many visitors skip through the region to Pisa, Siena and even San Gimignano, perhaps stopping at a winery, and get a little tantalizing glimpse of the beautiful countryside.But what if you were to take it slow and spend a little more time there? What stories would you uncover? Or new friends and a glimpse into a different way of life. Listen to discover the experiences you can have in this very special part of the world if you're prepared to invest a little extra time. Join us on tour in Tuscany > view trip departures and itinerariesFull episode show notes, including places and unique experiences mentioned here >untolditaly.com/158Want a deeper connection with Italy and help to plan your travels? Join the friends of the podcast here > untolditaly.com/amiciThe Untold Italy travel podcast is an independent production. Podcast Editing, Audio Production and Website Development by Mark Hatter. Production Assistance and Content Writing by the other Katie Clarke - yes there are two of us! Support the showOn tour - Trip schedule | Join us: Untold Italy Amici | Visit our online store | Follow: Instagram • Facebook • YouTube • Italy Travel Planning Community
With long-lasting traditions of winemaking, culinary delights, awe-inspiring landscapes, and certified organic wineries, Tuscany is a shining star.Mary Shea is the Director of Marketing and Hospitality at the organic winery and agriturismo, Querceto di Castellina, in the Tuscan region of Chianti. Mary shares how this handcrafted, sustainable winery began in 1998 and how they are intensely focused on the art of great Italian winemaking and equally passionate about the Earth. From the process of pruning vines to the selection of grapes, today all the wines are certified organic. And she explains why hospitality is so important at Querceto. With a heartfelt goal to make their guests feel relaxed, renewed and reconnected, Mary shares why providing an exceptional guest experience is paramount. Also on Speaking of Travel is Clark Lovelace, Executive Director of Transylvania County Tourism Development Authority in Western North Carolina, to share why this region in the Blue Ridge Mountains is so rich in nature and what they are doing to preserve and protect it. A must listen! Thanks for listening to Speaking of Travel! Visit speakingoftravel.net for travel tips, travel stories and so much more.
Welcome to episode 1241, another episode of “On The Road Edition”, hosted by Stevie Kim in which she continues her conversation with Alberto & Amedeo Moretti Cuseri. This episode is a part of a series dedicated to the Tuscan estates of Cuseri Family: Sette Ponti, Orma and Poggio al Lupo. Today Stevie is at the Tenuta Sette Ponti, in the Chianti area, between Arezzo and Florence. Here she meets Alberto and Amadeo Moretti Cuseri, Export and Communications Director and Director and Manager of the Italian Market respectively Together they discuss about the history of the winery the vineyards, and the wines: Oreno the signature wine, Crognolo their contemporary Sangiovese, Vigna dell'Impero a significant wine for the family and Sette a new wine that will be release soon. In the 1950s, the architect Alberto Moretti Cuseri acquired the first 55 hectares of land directly from the princesses Margherita and Maria Cristina di Savoia d'Aosta, daughters of Prince Amedeo di Savoia, Duke of Aosta. In the 1990s, his son Antonio Moretti Cuseri took control of the estate and began his project in the world of wine, which led him to release his first label in 1998. Thus began the history of Tenuta Sette Ponti, which with the release of the first vintage of Oreno in 1999 soon reached the top of the world's most important wine rankings. In 2018, together with Antonio Moretti Cuseri, his sons Amedeo and Alberto started to take over the estates. To learn more about Tenuta Sette Ponti visit: www.tenutasetteponti.it/en/ More about the host Stevie Kim: Stevie Kim hosts Clubhouse sessions each week (visit Italian Wine Club & Wine Business on Clubhouse), these recorded sessions are then released on the podcast to immortalize them! She often also joins Professor Scienza in his shows to lend a hand keeping our Professor in check! You can also find her taking a hit for the team when she goes “On the Road”, all over the Italian countryside, visiting wineries and interviewing producers, enjoying their best food and wine – all in the name of bringing us great Pods! To learn more visit: Facebook: @steviekim222 Instagram: @steviekim222 Website: vinitalyinternational.com/wordpress/ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodcast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin!
Chianti Rufina is not as well known as Chianti Classico, but it certainly deserves to be. Sarah Kemp talks to Lorenzo Portaro, winemaker at Castello Nipozzano, which is owned by the Frescobaldi family and is the largest producer in Chianti Rufina. He talks about the illustrious history of the region, how the style of wine differs from Chianti Classico, and its incredible ability to age. He discusses Chianti Rufina's new initiative “Terraelectae”, a name for wines made from single crus which are made from 100% Sangiovese and are aged for at least 30 months before release. Listen in to hear him discuss the future of this Tuscan jewel.Find out more at: wine-conversation.com
Welcome to episode 1233, another episode of “On The Road Edition”, hosted by Stevie Kim. This episode is a part of a series dedicated to the Tuscan estates of Cuseri Family: Sette Ponti, Orma and Poggio al Lupo. Today Stevie is at the Tenuta Sette Ponti, in the Chianti area, between Arezzo and Florence. Here she meets Alberto and Amadeo Moretti Cuseri, Export and Communications Director and Director and Manager of the Italian Market respectively Together they discuss about the history of the winery the vineyards, and the wines: Oreno the signature wine, Crognolo their contemporary Sangiovese, Vigna dell'Impero a significant wine for the family and Sette a new wine that will be release soon. In the 1950s, the architect Alberto Moretti Cuseri acquired the first 55 hectares of land directly from the princesses Margherita and Maria Cristina di Savoia d'Aosta, daughters of Prince Amedeo di Savoia, Duke of Aosta. In the 1990s, his son Antonio Moretti Cuseri took control of the estate and began his project in the world of wine, which led him to release his first label in 1998. Thus began the history of Tenuta Sette Ponti, which with the release of the first vintage of Oreno in 1999 soon reached the top of the world's most important wine rankings. In 2018, together with Antonio Moretti Cuseri, his sons Amedeo and Alberto started to take over the estates. To learn more about Tenuta Sette Ponti visit: https://www.tenutasetteponti.it/en/ More about the host Stevie Kim: Stevie hosts Clubhouse sessions each week (visit Italian Wine Club & Wine Business on Clubhouse), these recorded sessions are then released on the podcast to immortalize them! She often also joins Professor Scienza in his shows to lend a hand keeping our Professor in check! You can also find her taking a hit for the team when she goes “On the Road”, all over the Italian countryside, visiting wineries and interviewing producers, enjoying their best food and wine – all in the name of bringing us great Pods! To learn more visit: Facebook: @steviekim222 Instagram: @steviekim222 Website: vinitalyinternational.com/wordpress/ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodcast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin!
S3E10 FBI - BEHIND THE (CRIME) SCENES The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is a law enforcement agency like no other. It has a wide range of responsibilities, from investigating terrorist activity to fighting public corruption to providing law enforcement training. And while the FBI is often in the news for its high-profile cases, there's a lot that goes on behind the scenes. And communicating that to the press and public is a well honed craft. In this episode, Former Assistant Communications Director of the FBI, Michael Kortan, joins Stop the Killing Podcast to share his highlights and lowlights in his 30 year career all condensed in a whistle stop 30 minutes! A career that as you might expect includes working on September 11 and the Oklahoma Bombing but it might surprise you to know that the FBI also has strong links with Hollywood….In fact you may want to listen and to this episode with a plate of “Fava beans and a nice Chianti!” Send us your Listener Questions for our Tuesday episodes Message us on instagram : @conmunitypodcast @stopthekillingstories WANT TO SUPPORT US: Patreon.com/stopthekilling And for all things Katherine Schweit including where you can purchase her book STOP THE KILLING: How to end the mass shooting crisis head to: www.katherineschweit.com CRIMECON UK TICKETS HERE CRIMECON US TICKETS HERE DON'T forget to use DISCOUNT CODE “FERRIS” RESOURCES Stop the Bleed training FBI RUN, HIDE, FIGHT This is a CONmunity Podcast Production on the Killer Podcasts Network Check out more: CONNING THE CON KLOOGHLESS - THE LONG CON GUILTY GREENIE Supporting our sponsors supports the show Check out BlendJet: The original portable blender coupon: ferris12 (case sensitive) custom URL: zen.ai/ferris12 Go to blendjet.com and use code ferris12 to save 12% off your order OR use my special link, and the discount will be applied at checkout zen.ai/ferris12 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Among Italy's most acclaimed wine regions, DOCG Chianti Classico has many well-known producers. Some have centuries-old estates. An example is Villa Calcinaia in Greve-in-Chianti which dates to 1524. It is owned by the Capponi family who started bottling their wines in the 1950s. Conte Sebastiano Capponi and his brother, Niccolò, took over estate management in 1992. Sebastiano discusses the family's estate and the strict regulations that define DOCG Chianti Classico wines.The Connected Table is broadcast live Wednesdays at 2PM ET.The Connected Table Radio Show is broadcast on W4CY Radio (www.w4cy.com) part of Talk 4 Radio (www.talk4radio.com) on the Talk 4 Media Network (www.talk4media.com). The Connected Table Podcast is also available on Talk 4 Podcasting (www.talk4podcasting.com), iHeartRadio, Amazon Music, Pandora, Spotify, Audible, and over 100 other podcast outlets.
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Daria Triolo, director of marketing and communications at Hotel Borgo San Felice, a Relais & Chateaux property, talks with James Shillinglaw of Insider Travel Report about this brilliant relatively new hotel that's housed in an medieval village in the Chianti region near Siena. Triolo details the accommodations, the dining and what guests can do at the property. This is part of our coverage of ILTM Cannes, held Dec. 4-8 in France. For more information, visit www.borosanfelice.it. If interested, the original video of this podcast can be found on the Insider Travel Report Youtube channel or by searching for the podcast's title on Youtube.
Divier Nelli"Deus est machina?"Vallecchi Firenzehttps://www.vallecchi-firenze.it/"Questo libro, dalla scrittura innovativa e cristallina, affronta un tema filosofico da sempre dibattuto: Che significa essere umani?"Il quindicenne Mattia Fusi, appassionato di robotica e informatica, vive tranquillo con la famiglia a Poggio in Chianti sui colli fiorentini. L'incontro con la Singolarità tecnologica sconvolgerà la sua esistenza obbligandolo a rispondere a una domanda fondamentale per salvare il mondo.Divier Nelli è nato a Viareggio nel 1974. Scrittore, editor e insegnante di narrazione, è autore di numerosi racconti e romanzi, tra cui Amore dispari, Coma, Il giorno degli orchi e Posso cambiarti la vita (Vallecchi-Firenze, 2021, selezionato dalle Giurie per il Premio Viareggio-Repaci e il Premio Alassio Centolibri).IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEAscoltare fa Pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/
The linkage between Christmas and carbs in Tuscany is particularly strong, especially when they come in the form of the many traditional sweets that cannot miss from our table. Last year we talked about my personal favourites, my mother's home-made ricciarelli. This time we will talk about the combo that makes Tuscany proud: the dry and fragrant almond cookies and the sweet wine that always comes with them. No one really knows where and when cantuccini were first baked but it's sure that Galileo Galilei couldn't live without them. To make them popular all over the world was a Prato baker that perfected the recipe that is still popular to this day. The story behind Vin Santo is even more intriguing: while people have been making sweet wine since the dawn of time, a couple of curious back stories bring us back either to the time of the Black Death or in Florence at the time of the famous ecumenical council in the 1400s.Doesn't matter how it was born, the question that makes Tuscan argue today is quite clear: to dunk cantuccini or not to dunk? It may look absurd but a winemaker from Gaiole in Chianti has printed a warning on the label of their bottles.Cantuccini are not very hard to find but not all of them are produced according to tradition or are IGP certified. Luckily for you, it's not very difficult to bake them at home, provided you stick to some basic rules. If you listen to the episode you will know the traditional recipe and a few expert tips.In any case, a Tuscan Christmas cannot exist without cantuccini and Vin Santo. A table without them would be sacrilegious, an affront to our Tuscan identity. Enjoy them!Let us know if you like this kind of episode or whatever comes to mind. The links to our contacts are here below so don't hesitate: we would be glad to know you better. If you know someone that loves Italy as much as we do, share the link to this episode: we're sure he'll thank you for it.Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/larno.itTwitter: @arno_it / @WhatsupTuscanyLINKS TO SOURCES (ITALIAN ONLY)https://panificiomulara.it/cantucci-e-vin-santo-storia-e-golose-curiosita-di-un-dessert-che-ha-conquistato-tutto-lo-stivale/https://www.lavaldichiana.it/vin-santo-storia-leggenda-tradizione/https://firenze.repubblica.it/cronaca/2019/02/08/news/toscana_sulla_bottiglia_di_vin_santo_il_divieto_di_inzuppare_i_cantuccini-218662282/https://www.ghiott.it/e-vietato-inzuppare-i-cantuccini-nel-vinsanto/https://www.authentico-ita.org/cantucci-toscani-ricetta-originale/BACKGROUND MUSICPipe Choir - Bom Bom Breakthrough (Instrumental)A Himitsu - Cease (Instrumental)A Himitsu - Icy Vindur (Instrumental)Baerock - Dark Serious Hip Hop InstrumentalSybranax - Euphoria (Instrumental)Wayne John Bradley - Blues Rock Original InstrumentalAll released under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licensehttps://soundcloud.com/pipe-choir-2/pipe-choir-bom-bom-breakthrough-creative-commons-instrumentalhttps://soundcloud.com/argofox/a-himitsu-ceasehttps://soundcloud.com/argofox/a-himitsu-icy-vindurhttps://soundcloud.com/user-111753139/free-dark-serious-hip-hop-instrumentalhttps://soundcloud.com/argofox/sybranax-euphoriahttps://soundcloud.com/ayneohnradley/blues-rock-original-instrumentalcreative-commonshttp://www.pipechoir.com/
Welcome to Episode 1222 Stevie Kim moderates Clubhouse's Ambassadors Corner – In this episode Matt Paice Interviews Manfred Ing. These sessions are recorded from Clubhouse and replayed here on the Italian Wine Podcast! Listen in on this series as Italian Wine Ambassadors all over the world chat with Stevie and their chosen wine producer. Which producer would you interview if you had your pick? More about today's Co-Moderator: Matt Paice is Operations Director of Enoteca da Luca, an independent group of three Italian restaurants and wine bars in central London. He is an Italian Wine Ambassador and also has WSET Level 3. To learn more visit: Twitter @matt_paice LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/matt-paice-6bb4ba2 About today's guest producer: Born and raised in South Africa, Manfred Ing has spent years travelling, harvesting and studying winemaking alongside some of the best wine producers in the world. Whilst studying at the prestigious Stellenbosch University, Manfred worked alongside the great Francois Naude at L'Avenir Estate. His winemaking journey continued to the Hawkes Bay, working under Gordon Russell at Esk Valley Estate in New Zealand. Then up to Vineyard 29 in Napa Valley, a custom crush winery, learning from some of Napa's most legendary names, including Keith Emerson, Philippe Melka, Andy Erickson and Celia Masyczek. Following his return to South Africa, Manfred had the privilege of interning with famous American winemaking and viticultural couple, Zelma Long and Dr Phil Freese at Vilafonte in Stellenbosch. He then joined the team at Peregrine Wines in Central Otago for vintage before heading up to Ceretto, in Piemonte for his third harvest of the year. Following two years back in New Zealand, as assistant winemaker at Peregrine Wines, Manfred returned to Europe for another harvest in Barolo; this time working with the world famous Luca Currado at Vietti. It was at the tail end of his vendemmia at Vietti where the fateful visit to Querciabella took place. Alongside his friend and now mentor, Luca Currado, Manfred attended a technical tasting at the famous Tuscan winery. A few short days later, the call came from Querciabella, offering Manfred a full-time winemaking position with the team in Greve in Chianti. It is at Querciabella that Manfred has found a home since 2010; responsible for all aspects of the production of Querciabella's wines, from the moment the grapes have ripened in the vineyards until the moment the wines go into bottle. To learn more visit: Facebook Querciabella Instagram @bottleofgrapes Website https://querciabella.com/team/ More about the moderator Stevie Kim: Stevie hosts Clubhouse sessions each week (visit Italian Wine Club & Wine Business on Clubhouse), these recorded sessions are then released on the podcast to immortalize them! She often also joins Professor Scienza in his shows to lend a hand keeping our Professor in check! You can also find her taking a hit for the team when she goes “On the Road”, all over the Italian countryside, visiting wineries and interviewing producers, enjoying their best food and wine – all in the name of bringing us great Pods! To find out more about Stevie Kim visit: Facebook: @steviekim222 Instagram: @steviekim222 Website: https://vinitalyinternational.com/wordpress/ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodcast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/
"Die Abwehr muss stabil sein wie deutsche Eichen." Herzlich Willkommen zum Friendly-Doppelpass mit Micky Zork und Krake Polak. In dieser Woche stellen wir fest, dass die abgenuldete Begrifflichkeit "Self love" ihre Grenze spätestens dann erreicht hat, wenn "Essen ist fertig" bedeutet, dass man die Gabel im eigenen Rücken stecken hat. So, aber bevor wir Ihnen jetzt dazu einen ausgezeichneten Chianti und Fava Bohnen reichen, holen wir lieber die Lotion aus dem Korb und legen sie in "Mickys neuen Kulturbeutel" – die unterhaltsame Beauty-Rubrik des ARD-Buffets. #cultureclub Es ist eine Wonne, den beiden Turteltauben in dieser Woche zu lauschen, weil unsere Beiden noch immer der süße Duft ihres Londoner Pärchenurlaubs umweht. Apropos olfaktorische Erquickung – Auf eines können wir uns einigen: Es gab einen guten Grund, warum der Slogan NICHT lautete "Schenke von Herzen, doch was es auch sei, 4711 und Scheisse sind immer dabei". Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte. https://linktr.ee/Friendly_Fire
Cantina La Frasca is the first vineyard I've visited outside of the Chianti. This is also the furthest south I've visited a vineyard. I was welcomed by Matteo on our first visit, last June, with a smile. Our tour of the vineyard seemed more than an hour because we talked and talked and talked about all the amazing traditions his family created because of this vineyard. A very small vineyard, they have a wine bar in the center of Cetona where locals and tourist alike visit. We were treated like family when we visited. I got to meet and speak with his mom and dad. The best part was seeing how happy his mom was when she presented the cheese, meats and bread. I can tell how much the family enjoys their work. It comes from within, from their heart. Wanna visit Matteo and his family next year? Choose our first women's retreat, Spirit & Soul Retreat. Check out my retreats next year: Tuscany Travel Retreats Not on my email list? Sign up here . You'll be the first to hear about my new retreats, new podcast episodes and other events. Follow me on instagram: @katerinafiore & @truly_italy Follow me on Facebook: Truly Italy
In today's episode, Amanda drinks some Chianti red wine with artist, creator, writer, showrunner, and producer Aden Abebe to discuss everything surrounding her new CBC Gem series virgins! – from what compelled her to create the show, to the casting process, to audience reactions, and what she's learned along the way! Aden is a multi-disciplinary storyteller and artist, committed to telling stories that empower, inspire empathy and meet at the intersection of art and social justice. She is the creator, writer and producer behind the digital series virgins! now available to watch on CBC Gem. virgins! is a dramatic comedy set in Toronto that follows the lives of four 20-something year-old women straddling two cultural spheres, navigating adulthood, work, family, love and relationships as virgins – all the while feeling too modest for the big city of Toronto and too provocative for the East-African homes they come from. Aden is also the founder of ART+HEALTH, a community-based not-for-profit focused on bridging the gap of mental health education, support and resources to the Ethiopian and Eritrean community in Toronto. **Note: We do a pretty good job of not giving any show spoilers away during this episode, but I definitely suggest checking out the series so you really get the most out of our conversation together! Looking for more of The Liquid Courage Podcast? Instagram: @liquidcouragepodcast TikTok: @liquidcouragepodcast Video Episodes & more! Reach out at www.liquidcouragepodcast.com Host - Amanda Pereira: insta @hotcoldspicy Aden Abebe's virgins!: insta @virgintheseries ART + HEALTH: insta @arthealth.ca or www.arthealth.ca
Welcome to Episode 1160 in which Marc Millon interviews Francesco Mazzei of Castello di Foneterutoli in this installment of Wine, Food & Travel with Marc Millon on the Italian Wine Podcast. More about today's winery: The Mazzei family have been leaders in Chianti Classico since the winery was established in 1435. The family has resided at Castello di Fonterutoli, the home of their famous wines, for 25 generations. Today the winery is run by brothers Francesco and Filippo Mazzei, as well as Filippo's son Giovanni. Their global history stretches back to Ser Lapo Mazzei, who authored the first document mentioning “Chianti wine.” Marchesi Mazzei, the wine brand of the family, has continued to grow and modernize, focusing on innovation and sustainability and acquiring estates in other regions of Italy, while still respecting and building upon the history of the region and the family. To learn more: www.castellodifonterutoli.com More about the host Marc Millon: Marc Millon, VIA Italian Wine Ambassador 2021, has been travelling, eating, drinking, learning and writing about wine, food and travel for nearly 40 years. Born in Mexico, with a mother from Hawaii via Korea and an anthropologist father from New York via Paris, he was weaned on exotic and delicious foods. Marc and his photographer wife Kim are the authors of 14 books including a pioneering series of illustrated wine-food-travel books: The Wine Roads of Europe, The Wine Roads of France, The Wine Roads of Italy (Premio Barbi Colombini), and The Wine Roads of Spain. Other titles include The Wine and Food of Europe, The Food Lovers' Companion Italy, The Food Lovers' Companion France, Wine, a global history. Marc regularly lectures and hosts gastronomic cultural tours to Italy and France with Martin Randall Travel, the UK's leading cultural travel specialist. He is soon to begin a regular series on Italian Wine Podcast, ‘Wine, food and travel with Marc Millon'. When not on the road Marc lives on the River Exe in Devon, England To learn more visit: quaypress.uk/ marcmillon.co.uk vino.co.uk quaypress.com LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/marc-millon-50868624 Twitter: @Marc_Millon Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodcast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin!
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Oggi andiamo in un piccolo borgo nel Chianti e scopriamo una leggenda misteriosa: quella della strega di Cetamura. Trascrizione su www.podcastquattrostagioni.ch
We venture into suspense thriller territory once again, with the continuation of the Hannibal Lecter film franchise in 2002's "Red Dragon." Combine that with new beers, new trivia, maybe some fava beans and a nice Chianti and you've got the makings of a great episode.Find us on Twitter @years_beers or head to 20years4beers.com for more info, and thank you for listening!
Thanks to all my listeners and all new clients contacting me for trip consulting. I truly appreciate your business. This episode highlights Altiero Winery in Greve in Chianti. This vineyard is a newer one for me, because my first visit was in September 2021 with Chelsea. I've talked a lot about Paolo and how passionate he is about his wine. And I love everything about this place and Paolo. Altiero is in my new Tuscan Wine Club launching this January. For more information go to Tuscan Wine Club on Truly Italy. Not on my email list? Sign up here . You'll be the first to hear about my new retreats, new podcast episodes and other events. Follow me on instagram: @katerinafiore & @truly_italy Follow me on Facebook: Truly Italy Tours
In the final episode of 2022, we talk about "Silence of the Lambs" while having lamb chops, Bush's Best Sidekick beans and a nice Chianti. We talk about how the restraint of the film makes it great and the powerhouse performances that work together in concert to give us this immortal classic. Would you want Hannibal as your therapist? What would a Gene Hackman Hannibal be like? Would the movie be as good with Michelle Pfeiffer as Clarice?
The next generation of culinary artisans are changing up the industry. These artisans have a whole new approach to reaching and satisfying the next generation consumer. In this podcast we will explore chefs and artisans from around the world diving into their story and passion. In this episode of Chef AF, I chat with Executive Chef John Clements from Mission Point Resort, Mackinac Island about how he brings a fresh perspective to the resort's farm-to-ferry program and offers guests unique culinary adventures and seasonal flavors.Clements brings his culinary and hospitality expertise to his role as executive chef of Mission Point's farm-to-ferry restaurants, including Round Island Kitchen, Chianti, Bistro on the Greens, and Boxwood Coffeeshop & Cafe. Clements is training to earn the prestigious recognition of Certified Master Chef through the American Culinary Federation exam, distinguishing those who have excelled in both their culinary skills and knowledge of the industry. I ask Clements about the resort and he says, “Mission Point Resort is quite unique being on Mackinac Island, up in northern Michigan. On the island, the biggest thing is there are no cars that are allowed on the island. So the products that I get in for the resort are brought over by ferry and then they're loaded on a horse cart and then brought up to the resort by a horse, you know, very, very old school, 1800s type of situation.” The resort is seasonal and closes at the end of October through the end of April. We talk about the importance of each restaurant having its own culinary point of view and Clements says, “I think that's really important in the resort because you think about capture rate. You have guests that come up on a Friday, Saturday or on a Sunday. I'd like to see them at least three or four of the meals. So that's why each one of the outlets has their own identity.”To hear Clements top three tips for developing a menu, get the story behind his recipe for Sautéed Michigan Walleye and why it is important to source ingredients locally, check out this episode of Chef AF “It's All Food.” You can listen to this episode and more on Spotify!
We tried to take a break from strictly spooky vibes today in favor of something just a bit more fall themed, but the scariest things aren't always ghosts and ghouls. Some may say the scariest thing is damnation, and these Punkin Popes are gonna be sure this pumpkin goes to Heaven. Zach builds catapults every year, Jared plans to save the pumpkin's soul, and Adam want's to hack a drone into the pumpkin. Talking Points Include: Pre-Saw Blues, Chianti-o's, Apple Orchard Monster Continued, Forbidden Fruit of the Loom, Redneck Engineering, Our Bad Catapult Experience, Our Good Catapult Experience, Pumpkin Rapture
Clarice Starling is a blossoming FBI agent, but when she gets tasked with doing a psychological profile on Dr. Hannibal Lector, and their unexpected quid pro quo is going to put Clarice right in the path of Buffalo Bill. This week we are opening a bottle of Chianti, celebrating episode 100, and talking about one of the best films of all time. Join us for 5 Oscar wins, an incredible score, haunting characters, moths, night vision goggles, misquoted dialogue, and a chat about Silence of the Lambs. This week's cocktail comes from Cointreau! https://www.patreon.com/drinkthemovies https://www.instagram.com/drinkthemovies/ https://twitter.com/drinkthemovies https://www.facebook.com/drinkthemovies https://www.drinkthemovies.com https://discord.gg/fsdW2QqqpS *Please Drink Responsibly*
Silence of the Lambs - Episode 216: A census taker once tried to to test this podcast. We ate their liver with some fava beans and a nice Chianti. Spooktober continues as we make our final transformation into the podcast we were meant to be and cover Silence of the Lambs! This “horror” film is considered the most lauded in history, but how does it stand the test of time? And would your hosts take analysis from Hannibal the Cannibal? Find out on Normies Like Us! Was it a great big fat Podcast? Insta @NormiesLikeUs https://www.instagram.com/normieslikeus/ @jacob https://www.instagram.com/jacob/ @JoeHasInsta https://www.instagram.com/joehasinsta/ @MikeHasInsta https://www.instagram.com/mikehasinsta/
In this episode, Caitlin uncorks the history of Italy's beloved Chianti while we drink a blend from Libero that you can find and order here. Mari starts off spooky season with a bang, giving us a rundown of Carlo Ginzburg and how he happened upon the Benandanti. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alcoholandanecdotes/support
Today's background music brought to you by hot and heavy italian sex in a small town known as Lucca, Italy. I didn't plan this, I couldn't plan this if I tried but I am here for it and you should be too. I love, love and to be honest this journey has showed me so much love and I want to share it all with you. Today we deep dive into how Switzerland emptied my pockets, how I will never stay in a hostel again, and what I learned from driving a Fiat in Italy.XX Shaunahttps://sculptedx3.co/Kettle&Fire Bone Broth 20% Off: https://glnk.io/48z9/sonographer-squatsTERP Nutrition: https://www.terpnutrition.com/ Discount Code: SSQUATSTake What You Need & Leave What You Don'tPlease Always Reach Out: email@example.comPrivate FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/318056949442898/?ref=shareBusiness IG: Sculptedx3Personal IG: Sonographer_Squats
This episode we discuss the classic horror film, Silence of the Lambs (1991). We talk about why Hannibal Lector is the best psychopath in film, whether eating or skinning victims is worse, and what genre we think this movie falls into. We also share some interesting Pub Facts that we hadn't known before this episode.Below is the recipe for the drink of choice as well as our social media handle and website. Leave a rate and review, and we hope you drink and laugh along with us, as well as reach out to us on Instagram!Recipe / Chianti:Chianti is an Italian wine that can be found in any local wine storeInstagram:@thefilmpubWebsite:https://thefilmpub.buzzsprout.com/
Per due anni, 3600 volontari Māori combatterono in Italia ed ebbero un ruolo chiave nella Liberazione di Firenze e del Chianti dall'occupazione delle truppe tedesche.
This week, Feeney fondly recalls his time in private school (nearly military school). The boys discuss what their skulls look like, how to secretly signal that you've been kidnapped, and which comedian they'd call to help them hide a body - spoiler: he doesn't answer. Also in this episode, the Brendan Spells Segment is back! *** SUPPORT CANNON'S CROWD WORK SPECIAL: https://youtu.be/hnJbSSeP5XY MERCH: https://thelaughbutton.merchtable.com/heres-the-scenario Want to work with us? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. New episodes drop every Wednesday via The Laugh Button http://www.heresthescenario.com FOLLOW THE SHOW: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/heresthescenariopod/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScenarioPod Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ScenarioPod FOLLOW THE HOSTS: Mike Feeney Instagram, Twitter, TikTok: @iammikefeeney Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/nyfreshmaker YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MikeFeeneyComedy Website: https://www.mikefeeneycomedy.com Mike Cannon Instagram, Twitter, TikTok: @iammikecannon YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MikeCannonComedy Website: https://www.mikecannoncomedy.com Brendan Sagalow Instagram, Twitter, TikTok: @brendansagalow Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/sags2riches YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BrendanSagalow Website: https://brendansagalow.com Produced by Nicole Lyons Instagram: @nicoleclyons Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 60 of the Cork & Taylor Wine Podcast and what an honor we have our first Count on the C&T Podcast and even in the Podcast Studio! Sebastiano Capponi joins us in the flesh all the way from Villa Calcinaia in lovely Tuscany that his family has owned since 1524. We taste threw three awesome wines of his and even chat about Hannibal Lecturer. Chianti Chianti Chianti and Black Roosters!Don't forget to Subscribe, Rate and Review! Please please It only takes a few minutes and helps me/the show grow. The more subscribers, reviews and rates helps us to get discovered! Also, follow us on our Facebook @corkandtaylor and Instagram accounts @corkandtaylorpodcast.Also, Please consider supporting the show as it would be appreciated. This helps me offset expenses to continue to run and grow the Cork & Taylor Wine Podcast. Thanks! Lukehttps://www.patreon.com/corkandtaylor
Le Vin Pas à Pas - Devenez un dégustateur averti
Si je vous dit Toscane, à quoi pensez-vous ? Peut-être que cette région emblématique va vous évoquer d'abord ... les vins de Chianti. En effet : C'est sans doute l'appellation la plus connue de la Toscane. Son cépage emblématique ? Le sangiovese. Il peut donner des vins puissants, tanniques, acides, que vous pouvez faire vieillir de longues années dans votre cave. Pour vous présenter simplement les clés sur les vins de Toscane (qui ne se limite pas au Chianti), je vais insister ici sur les 3 choses à connaître. Tout cela, en une 10aine de minutes. C'est le sujet de cette nouvelle leçon vidéo ! Cette leçon est publiée sur cette chaîne "Spéciale WSET". En effet : Elle se rapporte à une partie du programme du WSET 3. Ceci dit, elle devrait vous intéresser, même si vous ne préparez pas cette certification : En effet, elle vous donne des repères utiles à tout dégustateur. Révisez le WSET 3 ici : https://www.lecoam.eu/produit/wset-3-programme-de-revision-et-examen/ Recevez votre kit du dégustateur : https://www.lecoam.eu/kit MES FORMATIONS ---------------------------------------- Rejoignez gratuitement la lettre du dégustateur, et formez-vous au vin chaque semaine : https://www.lecoam.eu/lp-newsletter/ Formez-vous au vin sur http://www.lecoam.eu Recevez la 1ère BOX pour se former au vin ici : https://www.masterclass-degustation.com Retrouvez tous mes articles et podcasts ici : https://www.le-vin-pas-a-pas.com/
The Nightlight Horror Movie Club
Grab a bottle of Chianti and a bowl of fava beans, because we're finally unpacking one of the best critically received horror films of all time.
Astrology forecast for September 3-9 Chris and Almie discuss the lunar T-Square this weekend between the Moon, Sun, and Mars and how that could lead to erratic behavior and fluctuations in our mood. They talk about Venus entering Virgo on September 4th, as well as the upcoming Full Moon in Pisces on September 10th. They also go over the current sesquisquare (a 135 degree angle) between the Sun and Pluto and how that could be bringing a sense of urgency to matters. Chris talks about how the energy this week could get downright frenzied on Wednesday and Thursday when the moon travels through Aquarius and encourages everyone to stay grounded as best they can. In "Ask A Scorpio," Chris asks Almie who her favorite TikTok influencer is. (Hint: he likes fava beans and a nice Chianti.) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/almie/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/almie/support