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Tynu40k Goblina (аудио)
Давид Эммерле про Мишленовские звёзды, культуру еды, дисциплину и чистку картошки

Tynu40k Goblina (аудио)

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2023 68:01


Шеф-повар Grand Cru Давид Эммерле Ресторан Grand Cru

Wine for Normal People
Ep 459: Château Chasse-Spleen of AOC Moulis-en-Médoc with Jean Pierre Foubet, Managing Director

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 50:29


Jean Pierre Foubet is the managing director of and chief communicator for Château Chasse-Spleen, the best estate in Moulis appellation of the Médoc. His wife, Celine Villars-Foubet is the owner of the estate, and together they have brought this château to new heights in quality and prestige.  Photo: Jean Pierre Foubet. Credit: ROLAND COIFFE & ASSOCIÉS   According to Jane Anson, in her book “Inside Bordeaux”: “One of the star estates of Moulis, Chasse-Spleen is one of only two that I can think of that would have a fair chance of being recognized if the 1855 ranking were to be carried out today”   With their modern outlook, but respect for tradition, they have kept the wine on a path of constant improvement. They have transformed their château into a natural and man-made paradise, one that marries tradition with modernity in the form of art. From the barrel room, to the grounds, to the art gallery, and the accommodations for guests, Chasse-Spleen is a model for how to bring a château into the 21st century. Céline and Jean-Pierre's personalities, hospitality, and passion show through and it makes the experience of the wines so special, as I found out when I had the pleasure of staying there and spending an evening sipping the unbelievable wine, eating a delicious meal, and having so much fun and many, many laughs with the two of them in 2022.   Jean Pierre joins to tell us about Moulis, Chasse-Spleen, and explains some things to me that I always wanted to ask! Photo: Jean Pierre Foubet and me, June 2022. Credit: WFNP   Here are some of topics Jean-Pierre and I discuss: Jean-Pierre talks about the Moulis-en-Médoc appellation, of which he is the head: The unique location at “elevation” in Médoc, 17 meters The soil diversity with gravel, clay, and composite soils, and how that yields a variety of wine styles How practices must be altered in the vineyard, not in the cellar to handle climate change How Listrac and Moulis differ, and why it makes sense that they eventually join as one appellation – and how there are three very strong Chateaux (“locomotives” as Jean-Pierre calls them –Chasse-Spleen, Grand Poujeaux, Maucaillou) which are famed all over Europe and carry the reputation for the 34 other châteaux) Map: AOC Moulis   Then we discuss Chasse-Spleen, an unofficial Grand Cru of the Médoc. Jean-Pierre tells us about the early history of Chasse-Spleen, the English origins of its name and its history of women ownership. We discuss some of the harder times in Bordeaux and touch on the difficulties of upkeep of a château.     We talk about the terroir of Chasse-Spleen – its size (175 ha) and its large percentage of gravel in the vineyard, and how it plants to the soil (it is 65% Cabernet Sauvignon because that reflects how much gravel they have, and 30% Merlot on clay-limestone soils).   Chateau Chasse-Spleen, Credit: Moulis.com   Jean Pierre tries to explain the difference between second wines and other cuvees to me. He does it successfully for Chasse-Spleen (L'Ermitage de Chasse Spleen is an Haut-Médoc “other” cuvee, and L'Oratoire de Chasse Spleen is a true second wine). We leave with the conclusion that I may never know what is actually a second wine from other chateau because no one really knows!   In the spirit of asking every question I've ever had about how Bordeaux works

Beer, strategy and warfare
TOLO depot (Refueling and Loading)

Beer, strategy and warfare

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 23:26


ABT. Grand Cru (10.5% ABV) from the Trappist brewery Engelszell Vs. itself

Wine Time Fridays Podcast
140 - World Class Wine from the two Countries that Played in the 2022 World Cup Final

Wine Time Fridays Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 40:53


In today's episode, Shelley and Phil taste through two wines from countries that were in last weekends World Cup final, Argentina and France! Not only that, we have TWO very exciting announcements! On this night before Christmas….eve, we hope you will cozy up to the fire, in the shadow of your Christmas tree, and enjoy one or both of these wines. #HappyFriday! #ItsWineTime! #CheersingWines this episode: - World Cup Finalists…in wine!2018 Casarena Lauren's Cabernet Franc ($35 at The Culinary Stone) 

HORECA AUDIO NEWS - Le pillole quotidiane
4682 - Anteprima Cuzziol GrandiVini 2023 BOND entra nella selezione creata da Luca Cuzziol

HORECA AUDIO NEWS - Le pillole quotidiane

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 3:06


BOND entra nel catalogo 2023 di Cuzziol GrandiVini che sarà presentato a Milano a gennaio 2023 alla forza vendita e top clients dell'azienda durante un appuntamento ormai diventato tradizionale.BOND ESTATE, creato da H. William Harlan e dal suo enologo Bob Levy nel 1996, risponde alla visione di creare dei vini che rispecchiano l'idea del “Grand Cru” all'interno di una filosofia di pensiero, di una squadra, di un marchio.Provenienti da tenute collinari selezionate della Napa Valley, i Cabernet Sauvignon di BOND trasmettono in modo vivido i caratteri distintivi dei loro territori d'origine. La famiglia Harlan e la sua squadra di vignaioli hanno selezionato, fra gli oltre 100 vigneti di proprietà, i 5 siti diventati parte di BOND con l'impegno congiunto di produrre l'espressione unica dei loro terroir: Melbury, Quella, St. Eden, Vecina e Pluribus.

Vin for begyndere
Nytårsvin - Bourgogne og Bordeaux - Hvid, rød og Sauterne

Vin for begyndere

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 72:27


Vinene i dette afsnit er skænket af Kjær & Sommerfeldt https://www.kjaersommerfeldt.dk/ Smagekasse https://www.kjaersommerfeldt.dk/tilbud-og-maengdepris/alle/smagekasser-vinene-til-nytaarsmenuen-smagekasse-med-podcast-3-flasker/p-1025238/ ………………….. I dette afsnit smager vi på gode bud på vine til den klassiske nytårsmiddag. Vi skal smage chardonnay fra Bourgogne til forretten, en ny frisk merlotstyret rødvin fra Bordeaux til hovedretten og en sød vin fra sauterne til desserten. Hvad gør området Pernand-Vergelesses særligt og hvordan smager vinen derfra og hvilket “problem” har de haft i området førhen? Vi er i Bourgogne, så det er selvfølgelig komplekst. Men hvordan kan de sælge deres Grand Cru'er fra området? Vi tager også en tur til Bordeaux og smager vin fra Lalande de Pomerol. Vinen er fra Château Moncets og vinmageren Julien Noël, som vi besøgte på vores tur i Bordeaux. Du kan lytte til det afsnit her: https://podcasts.apple.com/dk/podcast/s%C3%A6rafsnit-vin-for-begyndere-i-bordeaux-del-2-af-2/id1531513302?i=1000559240482 Hurra! Der er debut til Sauterne, så der er masser at snakke om i forhold til produktionsmetoder, mikroklima og historikken omkring den søde vin. Til slut svarer vi på et spørgsmål om vinmenu kontra valg af vin fra vinkortet. Hvad skal man gøre?   Vi smager på 1) Maison Louis Jadot, Pernand-Vergelesses - Les Combottes 2019 https://www.kjaersommerfeldt.dk/vin/hvidvin/maison-louis-jadot-pernand-vergelesses-les-combottes-bourgogne-cote-de-beaune-2019/p-1023179/   2) Château Moncets, Lalande de Pomerol 2019 https://www.kjaersommerfeldt.dk/vin/roedvin/chateau-moncets-chateau-moncets-bordeaux-lalande-de-pomerol-2019/p-1024910/   3) Château Doisy-Daëne - 2. Grand Cru Classé - halvflaske 2018 https://www.kjaersommerfeldt.dk/spiritus/dessertaperitif/chateau-doisy-daene-chateau-doisy-daene-2-grand-cru-classe-halvflaske-bordeaux-sauternes-2018/p-1019530/ ....................... KØB BOGEN HER http://vinforbegyndere.com/ Besøg os på Facebook og Instagram, hvor man kan se billeder af vinene og få tips til vin og mad sammensætning. https://www.facebook.com/vinforbegyndere https://www.instagram.com/vinforbegyndere Web: https://www.radioteket.dk/ Kontakt: radioteket@radioteket.dk Musik: Jonas Landin  

Papilles
Jour 14 - La bûche de Noël d'Adrien Salavert

Papilles

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 27:53


Le 28 mai 2021, dans l'épisode #21 de Papilles, je rencontrais Adrien Salavert, qui me contait son amour pour les bons produits et son inspiration tout droit sortie de la nature. Une autre particularité d'Adrien ? Il adore créer des bûches de Noël aux histoires très féériques. Alors cette année, l'histoire est la suivante : pour innover, cette année le Père Noël avait l'envie de troquer sa traditionnelle hotte contre une hotte des vendangeurs. Celles du Château Troplong Mondot lui ont tapé dans l'oeil ! Alors laissez-nous vous présenter : la hotte du Père Noël 2.0, made in Château Troplong Mondot. Sa bûche se compose donc : ❄️ Un crémeux au chocolat lait Grand Cru du Brésil ❄️ Une mousse vanille ❄️ Un confit de clémentine et verjus ❄️ Un croustillant biscuit caramel ❄️Le tout présenté dans un joli décor en chocolat Les infos pratiques :

Outdoors, Brews, & BBQ
Outdoors. Brews, & BBQ - The Long awaited yearly Grand Cru from BJs Restaurant as well some others.

Outdoors, Brews, & BBQ

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 93:14


In our podcast we will be covering a little on Outdoors A little of the Drinking side and a BBQ Features, and Recipes Brightech Ambience Pro USB Powered String Lights - 24 Ft Commercial Grade Waterproof String Lights - Outdoor Shatterproof Patio Lights for Backyard, Porch - 1.5W LED Soft White LightBeers BJ'S PIRANHA PALE ALE -  3.25An award winning dry-hopped ale with the snappy flavor and bite of Cascade hops Bjs Hopstorm IPA Six different hop varieties contribute to the complex hop character of this beer to make it profoundly hoppy with balanced bitternessAvailable in a 6-pack (12 oz. cans)A recycling deposit has been added, where applicableTatonka Nitro Stout      8.5 ABVAn imperial stout - a classic style so rich and flavorful that it was once the private beverage of Russian Czars. The profile is malty sweet, hop bitter roasted, full-bodied, alcoholic and deliciously complex. Beer doesn't get much more intense than this!  Grand Cru - BELGIAN-STYLE ALE.   9.5 ABV This strong Belgian-style ale is brewed with imported Belgian malts and some secret spices resulting in a sweet malty character with a whirlwind of fruit and spice flavors.

Le Boost! de Rimouski
Passer 24h sans écran, de drôles d'habitudes et un grand cru des 2 B!

Le Boost! de Rimouski

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 42:46


Dans cet épisode, on jase du Défi 24h sans écran qui sera présenté ce dimanche et on se demande si c'est possible de passer 24h sans écran en 2022? On a aussi jasé de ces habitudes que vous avez, mais que vos proches trouvent bizarres et on a eu droit au résumé de la semaine selon Les 2 B! Les déboires au PLQ ont énormément inspiré les gars dans leur résumé de la semaine...

Les Bons Crus - Podcast Rap
Les Grands Crus rap 2017-2023: TierList de nos Top albums annuels (1ere partie)

Les Bons Crus - Podcast Rap

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 64:03


Les sommeliers du rap regardent dans le rétro et se replongent dans leurs classements annuels des meilleurs albums rap depuis la création de l'émission en 2017. Un défi pour 1 heure d'émission, le tout sous forme d'une Tier List originale: Classique (avec le recul on peut dire que l'album est un classique du rap) Grand Cru (l'album a très bien vieilli) Déclassé (un bon album mais qui ne méritait pas un Top de fin d'année) Madeleine de Proust (l'album a mal vieilli mais il a un petit goût nostalgique) Piquette (impossible de réécouter l'album en entier sans grimacer) Cette première partie couvre nos tops albums de 2021 à 2019. Emission enregistrée en direct à Radio Campus Bordeaux le 10/11/2022 avec Jérôme et Etienne.

BeautyToaster
[Rediffusion] Carole Tawema, le karité éthique et grand cru

BeautyToaster

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 44:31


[Rediffusion] Episode 155. Aujourd'hui, je reçois Carole Tawema, la CEO de Karethic. Depuis des années, elle se bat pour faire reconnaître la noblesse du karité, un ingrédient injustement déprécié en cosmétique, malgré des vertus exceptionnelles et pourtant méconnues. Avec Carole, on parle respect du travail des femmes béninoises qui produisent cette matière première, de qualité de l'ingrédient et d'enjeux sociétaux. Vous pensiez tout savoir sur le karité ? Moi aussi. Pourtant à la fin de cet entretien, votre vision aura totalement changé. Allez, à vos écouteurs, c'est l'heure de Beauty Toaster. Pensez à soutenir Beauty Toaster, c'est par ici Patreon Merci infiniment pour votre soutien.

Unreserved Wine Talk
205: Wine Spectator and Sotheby's Auction House Dream Jobs with Aleks Zecevic

Unreserved Wine Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 47:35


What's it like to work at the prestigious Wine Spectator magazine and Sotheby's fine wine auction house? How can you distinguish real wine from fakes? What's the secret to putting together the perfect wine flight?   In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm interviewing Aleks Zecevic, wine writer and host of the Vintners podcast.   You can find the wines we discussed at https://www.nataliemaclean.com/winepicks   Highlights What is Vouvray, France, famous for in the world of wine? What was it like to taste the “Victory Vintage” at François Pinon with the winemaker who made the wine in 1945? How did Aleks realize he wanted to be a wine writer? What's the secret to putting together the perfect wine flight? What's it like to work at the prestigious Wine Spectator magazine? What does it take to go from tasting coordinator to a reviewer at Wine Spectator? How did Aleks hone his wine-tasting skills before he became a reviewer? Which aspects of the vineyards make Premier Cru different from Grand Cru? What was the reaction from the wine industry once Aleks was the lead reviewer for several wine regions? Why did Aleks leave Wine Spectator to become a fine wine specialist at Sotheby's? What did Aleks look for when examining high-end wine collections as a fine wine inspector? How high do auction sales go for rare wines from wineries like Domaine de la Romanée-Conti? Why do regulatory bodies create region-specific wine rules through wine-of-origin laws? Why don't some newer wines qualify to get their designation of origin? How do these wine-of-origin laws put some high-quality producers at a disadvantage?   Key Takeaways I enjoyed the behind-the-scenes look at Alek's wine dream jobs with the Wine Spectator magazine and Sotheby's fine wine auction. He had some helpful tips on distinguishing real wine from fakes. I agree with his tips on putting together flights of wine, from lightest to heaviest. I thought it was interesting that Grand Cru vineyards don't have a lot of topsoil and thus, the berries have more concentration and the wine has more complexity.   Join me on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube Live Join the live-stream video of this conversation on Wed at 7 pm ET on Instagram Live Video, Facebook Live Video or YouTube Live Video. I want to hear from you! What's your opinion of what we're discussing? What takeaways or tips do you love most from this chat? What questions do you have that we didn't answer? Want to know when we go live? Add this to your calendar: https://www.addevent.com/calendar/CB262621   About Aleks Zecevic Aleks Zecevic was born in Belgrade, Serbia, and emigrated to New York City to study journalism at New York University. After graduating, he completed WSET courses and worked at the Wine Spectator, becoming one of the lead tasters at the magazine. He joined the renowned auction house Sotheby's as a fine wine specialist. Currently, he reviews Austrian wines for Wine Enthusiast and is part of the newly founded Vintners platform, where he creates content and hosts the Vintner's podcast.     To learn more, visit https://www.nataliemaclean.com/205.

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

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 59:24


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

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

Unfiltered a wine podcast
Ep 112: Adrianna Vineyard; the grand cru site of Argentina, Malbec and Cabernet Franc with Managing Director of Catena Zapata, Dr Laura Catena (Part2)

Unfiltered a wine podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 55:45


To download the transcript CLICK HERE This is part 2 with Dr Laura Catena and we are going deeper into what makes great wines: Terroir. And this takes us to THE ADRIANNA VINEYARD: the vineyard, situated in the Gualtallary sub-region of the Tupungato region (which in itself is part of the Uco Valley) lies at almost 5,000 feet in elevation. This is considered to be the most studied vineyard in the world, and their discoveries are fascinating. Both Laura and her father Nicolas have moved the bar for Malbec and premium winemaking in Argentina and so this episode Laura tells us more stories of what is was like working with her father, how he ‘cheated' her into the world of wine, how they have pushed the boundaries and you will of course learn about some of the most exciting wines coming out of this very special vineyard. If you want to skip ahead: 1.30: A look at the different temperatures of the sub regions of Mendoza 3.11: The Vision of Nicolas Catena, Decanter Person of the Year – and how this changed things for Argentine wine 8.25: Founding the Catena Institute of Wine and what Laura has done to understand terroir and Malbec 13.58: Adrianna Vineyard – the grand cru site of South America 23.20: Fortuna Terrae Malbec 2019 £96 Vinissimus /  Jeroboams is doing 2019 in bond 30.31: River Malbec 2019 £129 Lay and Wheeler / Jeroboams is doing 2019 in bond 33.06: Mundus Bacillus Terrae Malbec 2019 £196 Vinissimus / Cru worldwide, Berry Bros and Rudd are doing 2019 in bond 36.10: The difference soils can offer to Chardonnay in Adrianna Vineyard White bones and White Stones Chardonnay 2020 Both £88 Vinissimus 41.01: Laura and Alejandro's new book: Malbec Mon Amour 46.06: Wine and music 47.13: DV Catena Cabernet Franc 2019 £10 Tesco And if the podcast isn't enough.... Fancy watching some videos on my youtube channel: Eat Sleep Wine Repeat Or come say hi at www.eatsleepwinerepeat.co.uk Or contact me on Instagram @eatsleep_winerepeat or on email: janina@eatsleepwinerepeat.co.uk Until next time, Cheers to you!

Open jazz
Keith Jarrett, grand cru classé à Bordeaux

Open jazz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 54:36


durée : 00:54:36 - Keith Jarrett - par : Alex Dutilh - “Bordeaux Concert” est un témoignage inédit précieux de la dernière tournée que Keith Jarrett a effectuée en Europe en 2016. Son ultime concert en France. Parution chez ECM/Universal.

Le jazz sur France Musique
Keith Jarrett, grand cru classé à Bordeaux

Le jazz sur France Musique

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 54:36


durée : 00:54:36 - Keith Jarrett - par : Alex Dutilh - “Bordeaux Concert” est un témoignage inédit précieux de la dernière tournée que Keith Jarrett a effectuée en Europe en 2016. Son ultime concert en France. Parution chez ECM/Universal.

The Wine Vault
Episode 325 - Chateau Fombrauge Grand Cru Classe de Saint-Emilion

The Wine Vault

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 61:46


Chateau Fombrauge Grand Cru Classe de Saint-Emilion In this episode, Rob and Scott explore what "value" truly means in the world of wine.  To do this they review the classic (and reasonably priced) Chateau Fombrauge from Saint-Emilion in Bordeaux.  So come join us, on The Wine Vault.

Italian Wine Podcast
Ep. 1100 Nicole Rolet | Uncorked

Italian Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 68:41


Welcome to episode 1100, in which host Polly Hammond interviews Nicole Rolet, this week on Uncorked. This week, we are joined by the lovely and talented Nicole Rolet, CEO and driving force behind Chene Bleu. We forego wine-talk and instead jump directly into the blood, sweat, and tears of building a modern luxury brand. From solving spreadsheets and finding the right partners, to acting strategically and overcoming fear of rejection, we're talking about the non-obvious demands (and rewards!) of our industry. Let's get into it. More about today's guest: Nicole Rolet Nicole left her career in International finance and David Rockefeller's geopolitical think tanks, to join her husband Xavier and his family in the Rhone to restore a historical vineyard, derelict but magnificently wild, and its abandoned Medieval prior – a hidden gem in the heart of a UNESCO biosphere. Increasingly convinced of the site's exciting potential to produce Grand Cru-quality wine, she studied at WSET then UC Davis, and called upon her inner entrepreneur to transform this medieval Sleeping Beauty into a cutting-edge wine estate. Chêne Bleu wines were launched in 2010 to critical acclaim. She remains deeply committed to reconciling business success, social responsibility, ethical and sustainable practices, pushing the boundaries of sustainability. Knighted as Chevalier de Tastevin in Burgundy and the Echansonnerie in Chateauneuf-du-Pape, she co-founded the International Grenache Symposium and Association in 2010, then a wine school, and founded FM4FW in 2017. To learn more visit: Chene Bleu Website: https://www.chenebleu.com/ https://linktr.ee/chenebleu Insta: https://www.instagram.com/chenebleuwine/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chenebleu LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicole-sierra-rolet-112477/ More about the host: Polly is Founder and CEO of 5forests. She splits her time between Barcelona, Auckland, and Napa, consulting, writing, and speaking about the trends that impact today's wine businesses. She's an advisor to New Zealand Trade & Enterprise, host of Uncorked with the Italian Wine Podcast, cohost of the Real Business of Wine with Robert Joseph, and, occasionally, a knitter. Polly is a graduate of the University of Southern California, where she earned degrees in International Relations and French. Those studies led to a deep and abiding love affair with behavioral Economics, and her wine work is based on insights into all the crazy and irrational reasons consumers engage with brands. With over 20 years' experience in growing successful companies, Polly knows first-hand the challenges faced by independent businesses. She approaches each client experience with empathy and understanding for what it takes to adapt and thrive in the real world. To learn more visit: Twitter: @mme_hammond Instagram: @pollyhammond_ website: https://5forests.com/ 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!

Jasper Morris Inside Burgundy
JMIB Event: Charmes Chambertin Grand Cru Review - Denis Bachelet vs Joseph Roty vs Claude Dugat

Jasper Morris Inside Burgundy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 44:35


JMIB Event: Charmes Chambertin Grand Cru Review - Denis Bachelet vs Joseph Roty vs Claude DugatWine Line-Up: 1. Denis Bachelet Charmes Chambertin 20162. Denis Bachelet Charmes Chambertin 20083. Denis Bachelet Charmes Chambertin 20074. Denis Bachelet Charmes Chambertin 2005 5. Joseph Roty Charmes Chambertin 20106. Claude Dugat Charmes Chambertin 20107. Joseph Roty Charmes Chambertin 20058. Claude Dugat Charmes Chambertin 2005 9. Denis Bachelet Charmes Chambertin 200210. Joseph Roty Charmes Chambertin 200211. Joseph Roty Charmes Chambertin 199912. Denis Bachelet Charmes Chambertin 199613. Denis Bachelet Charmes Chambertin 199314. Joseph Roty Charmes Chambertin 199315. Denis Bachelet Charmes Chambertin 199116. Joseph Roty Charmes Chambertin 1991Watch the video replay here.Listen to other episodes on our podcasts:• Apple Podcast• Spotify PodcastSubscribe to my website and get full access to my scores, tasting notes, detailed write-ups on producers and much more:https://www.insideburgundy.com/register/See all our events at: https://www.insideburgundy.com/all-events/Daily updates on our Instagram: @insideburgundy#jmib #zoom #winetasting#JMIBLive #JasperMorris#insideburgundy #JMIB #JMIBLive #jaspermorris#wine #insideburgundy#burgundywine #wine #burgundy

Søren Franks vinkælder
Alsace pinot noir går grand cru

Søren Franks vinkælder

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 44:31


Oprindeligt var det kun de hvide druer i Alsace, som havde grand cru status, men fra i år kan også røde vine på pinot druen fra Hengst og Kirchberg de Barr kalde sig grand cru. Søren og Søren smager følgende Alsace grand cru: 2020 Pint noir “Vielles vignes” (Grand cru Hengst), Barmes Buecher (Laudrup) 2020 Cuvée du Chat Noir, (Grand cru Kircherg de Barr) Domaine Hering 2020 Pinot noir “K”, Domaine Boeckel (Stokholms Vinimport) 2019 Cuvée XXC, Stoeffler (Vestergaard Vin) 2018 Pinot noir “K”, Domaine Leipp-Leininger (Køge Vinhandel) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Simples Vinho
SV#137: Vinhos da Alemanha (parte 1)

Simples Vinho

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 29:52


Considerada o berço (e paraíso) da uva Riesling, a Alemanha tem muitas outras jóias a oferecer. Nesta série navegaremos seus rios para conhecer suas regiões produtoras. Relembraremos sua peculiar forma de classificação de qualidade e recentes (2021) inovações na regulamentação do vinho. Percorreremos sua tumultuada história, repleta de lendas, intrigas e castelos. Veremos que os vinhos de colheita tardia foram "descobertos" no Rheingau (diz a lenda). Que a Elbling já reinou soberana onde hoje se planta Riesling e que Napoleão pode ser o responsável por isso. Numa lista de preços de 1908, constataremos que o "vinho da garrafa azul" já foi mais valorizado que os Grand Cru bordaleses e que, apesar do prestígio que desfrutavam seus Riesling no mercado, os alemães conspiraram para eliminar o Riesling alsaciano.E teve escândalo do glicol nos anos 1980.. Bóra nessa viagem! The post SV#137: Vinhos da Alemanha (parte 1) appeared first on Simples Vinho.

Conversations
The rise of the land dragon

Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 51:07


Alex Landragin was born into a champagne-making family in the French village of Verzenay. When he was five, his family began a new life in Australia. Then a freak accident changed everything (R)

Hvad drikker Lillelund?
121: Alsace Pinot Noir Grand Cru - det ender med The Usual Suspects

Hvad drikker Lillelund?

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 34:52


Palle Weis og Niels Lillelund smager på pinot noir fra Alsace i anledning af to nye grand cruer i Alsace - de første for rødvinsdruen. Flere er sendt fra Frankrig og har ingen dansk importør.Vine:Domaine Weinbach, Clos de Capucines, Alsace 2020. 325 kr. (v/6 fl.) hos PhilipsonDomaine Hering - Chat Noir - Alsace 2020 (ingen kendt dansk importør).Boeckel - Pinot Noir K - Alsace 2020. (ingen kendt dansk importør)Leipp Leininger - Pinot noir ”K” - Alsace 2018. Ingen kendt dansk importørDomaine Barmès-Buecher - Vieilles Vignes - Alsace 2020. (udsolgt) – Laudrup VinDomaine Gustave Lorentz – Evidence - Alsace 2019. 140 kr. (v/ 2 fl. – tilbud) hos Nemlig.comAlbert Boxler - Pinot Noir ”S” - Alsace 2017. 325 kr. (v/ 2 fl.), Bichel

Vin for begyndere
32. Alsace - Ungdom, bio og vildskab

Vin for begyndere

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 57:06


Vinene i dette afsnit er skænket af CIVA/Vins d'Alsace. https://www.vinsalsace.com/en/ ......................... Der blomstrer nye tendenser i Alsace og unge vinmagere laver funky og interessante vine, der bevæger sig væk fra “gamle” dage og tager os mod helt nye horisonter for smagen af vin fra Alsace. Hvad var de fire originale ædle druer i Alsace, hvordan er lovgivningen omkring druer i dag og hvad er Jeunes Vignerons d'Alsace? https://www.jeunesvignerons.alsace/ Hvilken beskæringsteknik er der gået mode i og hvorfor giver det mening at benytte metoden? Hvilken drue går særligt godt til hvide asparges og hvordan smager naturvin og orangevin fra Alsace? Til slut svarer vi på et lytterspørgsmål om “uperfekt” lagring af vin.   Vi smager på 1) ZELLENBERG Muscat 2019, Jean Huttard, Økologiskhttps://www.wineinvein.com/ https://alsace-jean-huttard.fr/boutique/produit/zellenberg-muscat-2017/ 2) La Grange de l'oncle Charles la montagne du Scarabée 2019, Grand Cru, Biodynamisk/naturvinhttps://extrabrut.dk/product/la-grange-de-loncle-charles-la-montagne-du-scarabee-2019/ 3) Domaine Loberger, 2020 Horizon Gewurztraminer Domaine Lobergerhttps://gladvin.dk/ .......................... ....................... Besøg os på Facebook og Instagram, hvor man kan se billeder af vinene og få tips til vin og mad sammensætning. https://www.facebook.com/vinforbegyndere https://www.instagram.com/vinforbegyndere Web: https://www.radioteket.dk/ Kontakt: radioteket@radioteket.dk Musik: Jonas Landin

Sartorial Talks : The Podcast
All About Champagne!

Sartorial Talks : The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 32:22


In this new episode of Sartorial Talks, Hugo discuss with Eric George (from the great Champagne house of Forget Brimont located in Reims France) about this prestigious wine which is one of the signatures of the French "art de vivre" around the world.What is the difference between Champagne and other sparkling wines? How is it made? When was it invented? What is a "Premier Cru" ? What is a "Grand Cru"? Why, unlike still wine, a Champagne bottle generally does not indicate a year (a vintage) on the label? What is a "vintage Champagne"? Everything you always wanted to know about Champagne is in this podcast!To know more about Forget Brimont Champagne you can send an email to Eric George at : contact@champagne-forget-brimont.fr Cheers!Support the show

The Art of Selling Wine
[22] Château Lagrange winemaker & manager Matthieu Bordes about en primeur and authentic Grand Cru Classé wines

The Art of Selling Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 136:11


Matthieu Bordes, is manager and winemaker at Suntory's https://chateau-lagrange.com/ (Château Lagrange), https://www.ugcb.net/en/home (Grand Cru Classé) in Saint-Julien, Bordeaux. He explains the en primeur market for wine, questions the authenticity of any Grand Cru classified vinyards, bought after https://www.bordeaux.com/us/Our-Terroir/Classifications/Grand-Cru-Classes-en-1855 (1855) and describes the relation of winery and négociant.

The Cycling Podcast
S10 Ep106: The grand cru Tour

The Cycling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 64:59


In this episode, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe are reunited to discuss a vintage Tour de France. Every year, Daniel gives the Tour de France a rating of one to five wine glasses according to how good the race has been. The precise formula is, as you'd expect, a closely guarded secret but in this episode Daniel explains his mark for the 2022 Tour. We look back at the battle between Jonas Vingegaard and Tadej Pogačar and ask whether it is the beginning of a long-running rivalry or whether the Slovenian will be back on top next year. We discuss why the racing was so intense – was it just the Wout van Aert factor or was there more to it? And while it was a classic edition of the race, we talk about why the Tour still lags behind the Giro in an aesthetic sense. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport. Supersapiens Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com Science in Sport For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout. MAAP The Cycling Podcast has a new collaboration with MAAP. Our new jersey – designed by MAAP and voted for by the listeners – will be on sale soon. Check out MAAP's clothing at maap.cc. Noom Loose weight the sustainable way with Noom. Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 60 exclusive episodes. The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.

A Flavor Odyssey
Flavor Odyssey – The Davidoff Grand Cru Episode

A Flavor Odyssey

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 69:45


It's Destination Dominicana! This week on Flavor Odyssey, your hosts Robby and Randy tackle a sophisticated cigar and drink pairing with the Davidoff Grand Cru. That's right, folks, we kickoff the “Destination Dominicana” four-week segment by finding the best drink pairing for the Grand Cru. Pairings Randy: Beggar's Banquet Cocktail - Grand Cru

Du raisin et des papilles
Episode 53: Jean Pierre Frick à Pfaffenheim 4/5

Du raisin et des papilles

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 24:22


 Jean Pierre Frick, un visage de notre beau vignoble. J'ai rencontré un homme, sage et posé, un brin philosophe mais intensément humaniste. Posez vous et laissez vous porter par notre ami Jean Pierre, il y conte ses combats, ses attentes mais surtout il a une fois incroyable pour ce qu'il fait en toute sincérité.  Si tu  as aimé ce podcast, n'hésite pas à laisser un commentaire et plein d'étoiles sur ta plateforme d'écoute favorite. Et surtout, partage le podcast et parle s'en autour de toi ! Tu peux aussi partager l'épisode en Story via Spotify ou en faisant une capture d'écran de ton app favorite. N'oublie pas de me tagguer pour que je repartage ton post ! Merci

Jak investovat
Tereza Franc: Šampaňské jako investice

Jak investovat

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 91:02


Rozhovor s Terezou Franc, majitelkou společnosti Fine Lables, o šampaňském. V rozhovoru se dozvíte, jak se šampaňské vyríbá, co ovlivňuje jeho hodnotu, které značky nabízejí nejvyšší zhodnocení, jak si sestavit investiční portfolio nebo v jakých značkách vidí Tereza největší potenciál. (zveřejněné 28. července 2022) PARTNER PODCASTU:Partnerem tohoto podcastu je Strike.Market - web s alternativními daty pro vaše akciové analýzy. Nenechte si ujít data o TSLA, AAPL, SOFI nebo RYAAY. BIO:Tereza je absolventkou University College Birmingham ve Velké Británii a vždy jí byl blízký mezinárodní obchod.  Ve střední Evropě je doposud jediná s certifikací Cognac Educator, která ji opravňuje k mezinárodní propagaci a prezentaci koňaku. Je spolumajitelkou společnosti Fine Labels, zaměřené na import prémiového pití, především koňaků, armaňaků a champagne. Tyto komodity Tereza pro své klienty zajišťuje i na investiční bázi a připravuje sběratelské kolekce na zakázku. Kromě obchodu její společnost pořádá zážitkové eventy a cestovní incentivy pro náročné korporátní klienty do vybraných vinařských oblastí Francie. CO SE V PODCASTU DOZVÍTE: Cesta k šampaňskému (1:20)Historie šampaňského (9:01)Šampaňské, Cava, Prosecco a Bohemia Sekt - jaký je v nich rozdíl? (16:38)Rozdíl mezi vintage a non-vintage, biodynamické a bio víno (29:16)Největší a nejznámější producenti šampaňského (36:20)Jak se správně skladuje šampaňské (41:29)Jaké chyby lidé nejčastěji dělají při nákupu a konzumaci šampaňského  (47:16)Nejlepší šampaňské na trhu, které si můžete v současné době koupit (49:43)Jaké nejdražší šampaňského lze ochutnat (55:12)Náklady na výrobu šampaňského (53:23)Jak investovat do šampaňského (55:12)Zkušenosti s aukcemi (1:02:06)Jaké značky nabízejí nejvyšší zhodnocení (1:04:00)Jak si vytvořit své portfolio (1:06:18)Jak investovat do sudu koňaku (1:12:18)Zhodnocení vybraných značek (1:20:15)Co dělá šampaňské tak drahé (1:25:10)SLEVA PRO VÁSVychutnejte si šampaňské při poslechu této epizody.  Na e-shopu Fine Labels si můžete zakoupit sadu 4x Champagne 1er a Grand Cru nebo 6x Champagne 1er a Grand Cru se slevou 15% při použití slevového kódu "schanova". Kód je platný po dobu 14 dní od zveřejnění podcastu.POSLECHNĚTE SI TAKÉ:Rozhovor s Olgou Trčkovou: Jak úspěšně investovat do současného uměníRozhovor s Václavem Routem: Jak investovat do whiskeyRozhovor s Milošem Křečkem: Jak investovat do Lega Vaše zpětná vazba je pro mě důležité. Máte-li k podcastu jakékoliv poznámky, zašlete mi je, prosím, na lenka@schanova.com. Děkuji. 

Unfiltered a wine podcast
Ep 106: The future, growth and focus of English wine with Fergus Elias, Head Winemaker of Balfour Winery

Unfiltered a wine podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 46:53


To download the transcript CLICK HERE PLEASE vote for me at The Peoples Choice Podcast Awards. Voting is open ONLY FOR JULY 2022. I am in the ‘ARTS' Category. CLICK HERE TO VOTE and thank you so much!! This is the last episode of Season 2. Season 3 will start in September. I am finishing on a high with Fergus Elias, the head winemaker of Balfour winery – my winemaker! We just picked up a trophy for best red wine in the WineGB awards 2022 and so it seemed the ideal time to talk with Ferg about his winemaking skills. Now, this is an awesome episode if you are interested in the English wine industry. We discuss Pinot Noir and its future in England. Have you heard about Crouch Valley in England? My guess is in a few years, that is going to be labelled a Grand Cru site. We are talking about clones and root stocks, which is rather convenient seeing as the episode before was all on viticulture. And also we touch on how our business model works in Balfour, now working with the growers of England and how that is expanding. You'll also learn about the acid levels, and PH in English wines and how this affects Malolactic fermentation. If you want to skip ahead: 2.28: Chat with Fergus 3.05: Fergus getting into wine, and how Balfour winery used to be 6.41: Working with Owen Elias, Dad of Ferg, and one of Englands wine making legends 9.21: What Ferg has learnt from Owen 10.07: What Owen has learnt from Ferg – discussing what ‘Malo' is (malolactic fermentation) and how it is done in England and why 17.30: Discussing the innovative Winemakers Collection and THE AWARD WINNING GATEHOUSE PINOT NOIR 2020 £60 Balfourwinery.com 21.03: The clones used in The Gatehouse Pinot Noir and why choose specific clones 27.20: Discussing how different rootstocks can make a difference in English vines 31.10: Crouch Valley in Essex and our plantings 33.20: Working with growers in England and how to work the vineyards 35.37: Planting more Pinot Meunier and the incredible Red Miller Pinot Meunier 2018 40.34: Looking at the different soils: Clay, Chalk, Greensands Fancy watching some videos on my youtube channel: Eat Sleep Wine Repeat Or come say hi at www.eatsleepwinerepeat.co.uk Or contact me on Instagram @eatsleep_winerepeat or on email: janina@eatsleepwinerepeat.co.uk Until next time, Cheers to you

1- La Bonne Fortune
44- Investir dans le vin - Thomas Hebrard - U'Wine

1- La Bonne Fortune

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 95:40


Qui n'a jamais souhaité se constituer une cave à vin en se disant "je n'ai pas de place", ou "je n'y connais rien" ? Qui n'a jamais souhaité ouvrir un grand cru classé (ou pas) à de belles occasions ? Qui n'a jamais souhaité diversifier son patrimoine en investissant dans un actif tangible tout en participant à l'économie réelle ? Aujourd'hui, sur le podcast "La Bonne Fortune" j'ai eu l'immense plaisir de recevoir Thomas Hebrard, fondateur de U'Wine  pour une émission passionnante pour savoir comment et pourquoi investir dans le vin. Nous avons évoqué les primeurs, les grands crus, les classements, les domaines, les appellations, la dégustation, la conservation, etc... Mais aussi pour la partie plus financière nous décryptons  la fiscalité et les rentabilités possibles...  Voici une émission parfaite que vous soyez un consommateur néophyte voir connaisseur, ou tout simplement un investisseur. Bonne écoute.   Ismaël "Let's Go !!!" PS : Je vous souhaite d'excellent moment de partage avec vos proches et vos amis autour de belles bouteilles. (Toujours avec modération bien sur ^^)

Understanding Wine:  Austin Beeman's Interviews with Winemakers
Dingač Vineyard - Croatia's Grand Cru.

Understanding Wine: Austin Beeman's Interviews with Winemakers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 0:27


A short video from the commanding heights of Dingač Vineyard, Croatia's Grand Cru. https://www.vinumusa.com FOLLOW AUSTIN BEEMAN'S WINE ADVENTURE Website: http://www.austinbeeman.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/austinbeeman/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/understandingwine Twitter: https://twitter.com/AustinBeeman TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@austincbeeman WORK WITH AUSTIN: http://www.austinbeeman.com/about-me  or acbwine@gmail.com Austin Beeman is a 22 year veteran of the wine business with extensive experience in Marketing and Sales (wholesale, retail, & DTC.) Currently Vice President of Marketing for Cutting Edge Selections - one of the leading fine wine distributors of the Midwest, Austin has a deep knowledge of the global wine business. While Director of Marketing for Bonny Doon Vineyard, he managed one of the most successful crowdfunding campaigns in the wine industry. His video podcast “Understanding Wine with Austin Beeman” has been praised in USA Today and his photography has appeared in The Wall Street Journal. Austin holds an MBA in Wine & Spirits Management from Kedge Business School in Bordeaux.

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine
Crushing Custom Crush w/ Robert Morris, Grand Cru Custom Crush

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 45:54


Operating your own winery is expensive. The custom crush business model enables small wineries to solve this. Robert Morris, the founder of Grand Cru Custom Crush in Sonoma County, explains the benefits of the custom crush model, how it works, and how Grand Cru has changed the custom crush game.  Support the show via Patreon!Detailed Show Notes: Robert's backgroundA Mechanical engineer by training worked at HPBecame partner at Copain Custom Crush (renamed Punchdown Cellars)2016 - founded Grand Cru Custom Crush (“GCCC”)Custom crush (“cc”) definition(s):Grower w/ extra grapes that are crushed into a finished productPeople who source grapes and have a private labelOperate in a custom crush facility b/c operations are too small to have its own facility (where GCCC operates)Custom crush vs. own wineryHigh startup costs (location, permits, winery equipment)Winery equipment utilization is low - own facility ~10 days/year; cc - ~2.5 monthsHigh utilization requires a diverse client base (e.g., sparkling wines to big Napa Cabernets = spread out crush times)CC has expertise in maintaining winery equipmentCC can do aggregated sourcing for winery supplies (e.g., argon, acid) but does not do sourcing for packaging (a more personal choice)CC has more knowledge sharingGGCCCombines custom crush and hospitality space (differentiator)Has a strict set of procedures and protocols for operationsCC business models1) A la carte - separate pricing for each operation (e.g., pressing, punchdowns, racking, etc.,)2) Per ton fee, all-inclusive - covers everything from grape reception until bottlingCrush fees - Sonoma - ~$2,700-3,300/ton (~$38-45/case); Napa costs 2x SonomaGCCC fee ~$3,300/ton, including use of hospitality areaOvervintaging - ~$300-400/ton extraOther fees/costs - winemaking (if using GCCC's), filtration, bottling (believes hard to justify bottling line investment until ~100,000 cases)VisitationConsistently busy Thursday-MondayUses Tock to manage reservations - integrated into clients and GCCC websitesClients can hold events at the facilityCC trendsCC market is still growing (e.g., Red Custom Crush keeps expanding), growth mainly on the larger production sideHas seen overvintaging (where wines are aged in barrel over 1 year) increase from ~25-30% 10-15 years ago to ~70% now = takes up more floor spaceSees wine conversion ~51-53 cases/ton for premium production vs. 60+ for lower quality (e.g., pressing harder) Get access to library episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Vin for begyndere
25. Alsace - Grand Cru Riesling

Vin for begyndere

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 69:17


Vinene i dette afsnit er skænket af CIVA/Vins d'Alsace. https://www.vinsalsace.com/en/ ......................... Hvor mange procent af totalproduktionen i Alsace er Grand Cru og hvor mange Grand Cru-marker findes der i dag? Hvilken polemik har der været i Alsace siden Grand Cru-betegnelsen blev indført og hvad kræver det, at få en mark udnvænt som Grand Cru? Hvor mange og hvilke druesorter er tilladt på Grand Cru-markerne i Alsace? Hvordan smager jordbund? Er der tydelige forskellige at smage, når man bevæger sig fra mark til mark og hvilken betydning har den lokale gærkultur i vineriet for smagen? Der er kommet nye muligheder til at betegne sødmegraden for vinmagerne fra Alsace - hvilke er disse? Smager man anderledes, når man er udendørs end indendørs? Til slut svarer vi på lytterspørgsmål om fornemmelsen af sødme i tysk Riesling og Riesling fra Alsace.   Vi smager på 1) 2014, Domaine Trapet, Alsace  VinrosenGeneratorvej 8B, port 32860 Søborg 2) 2017, Rangen de Thann, Domaine Schofit http://simplywine.dk/vine-og-arrangementer/18-frankrig/46-schoffit-riesling-rangen-grand-cru-2018/ 3) 2015 Riesling Mambourg Grand Cruhttps://gladvin.dk/mambourg-519/2017-riesling-mambourg-grand-cru-p3023 ......................... Besøg os på Facebook og Instagram, hvor man kan vinde vin og se billeder og andet godt. https://www.facebook.com/vinforbegyndere https://www.instagram.com/vinforbegyndere Web: https://www.radioteket.dk/ Kontakt: radioteket@radioteket.dk Musik: Jonas Landin

Jeg kan ingenting om vin
71. De beste vinene til 17. mai-klassikere

Jeg kan ingenting om vin

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 33:26


Endelig er det tid for skikkelig feiring igjen! I ukens episode får du vite hva som passer best til en rekke klassikere på nasjonaldagen.Bobler/champagne til aperitiff og til spekematChampagne André Clouet Un Jour de 1911 Ferrari Brut Montaubret Brut Alfred Gratien Millesimé Brut 2006 Michel Turgy Millésime Grand Cru 2014 M. Vesselle Bouzy Grand Cru Extra Brut 2008 M. Vesselle Cuvée Reserve Grand Cru Extra Brut Legras Saint-Vincent Brut 2008 Til rømmegrøt Bringebærlandets Musserende 2020 Til skalldyrfat Karthäuserhof Bruno Kabinett Feinherb 2020 Samuel Billaud Chablis 2020 Til laks Riesling GG Pittersberg 2020 Dönnhoff Riesling Trocken 2021 Til pølse i brød eller lompe:Carussin Asinoi Barbera d'Asti 2020 Budweiser Budvar Budvar Reserve Extra Matured Czcech Lager Pilsner Urquell Til burger Love Red Can 2020 Til pavlovaMalvirà Birbet Spumante Saracco Moscato d'Asti 2021 Bringebærlandets Isvin 2018 Til kransekake Fontodi Vin Santo del Chianti Cl 2010 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

To The Moon Honey Podcast
Efterfødselssamtalen Grand Cru med Søs Egelind

To The Moon Honey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 42:22


I anledning af Mors Dag udkommer vi ekstraordinært med et afsnit af 'Efterfødselssamtalen Grand Cru', der normalt kun kan lyttes på Podimo. I denne episode er det skuespiller og komiker Søs Egelind, der livligt, varmt og klogt fortæller om sine to fødsler: Søs Egelind er nyuddannet skuespiller, da hun i 1987 bliver gravid med sit første barn, og hun går derfor glip af en stor filmrolle. Men hun er meget mere optaget af, at hun skal være mor og går all in på forberedelserne med åndedrætsøvelser, og verdens største ja-hat. Det er en meget fin samtale om at føde som en bjørn, om at være optaget af at blive den bedst tænkelige mor til sine to døtre og om refleksioner om en mørk efterfødselstid.

InVinoRadio.TV
1105e émission - Jean-François Vaillant et Jérôme Mader

InVinoRadio.TV

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 25:03


Samedi 07 mai 2022 Jean-François Vaillant - Domaine Les Grandes Vignes   La famille Vaillant transmet ses terres familiales de génération en génération depuis 1626. C'est aujourd'hui Jean-François qui gère le domaine avec sa sœur Laurence et son frère Dominique. La famille cultive 55 hectares en agriculture biologique et biodynamie. Les vignes sont travaillées minutieusement afin de préserver l'environnement naturel du vignoble. Tous les vins sont certifiés Demeter et agriculture biologique. La pratique de la biodynamie mise en place depuis 2008 a apporté au vignoble davantage de bienfaits tant sur les sols, sur la vigne que sur les vins. Jean-François produit ainsi des vins spontanés et d'une grande qualité avec très peu d'interventions supplémentaires. Le domaine Les Grandes Vignes est reconnu pour ses vins authentiques et d'une grande finesse. Jean-François propose une large gamme sur les trois couleurs avec également des pétillants et des liquoreux.    Jérôme Mader - Domaine Mader  Ce domaine alsacien est une véritable histoire de famille car c'est en 1981 que Anne et Jean-Luc Mader, les parents de Jérôme ont fondé leur domaine autour du village de Hunawihr, au cœur du vignoble alsacien. Après des études en œnologie, Jérôme rejoint l'affaire familiale en 2005 et est aujourd'hui responsable de la gestion des 10.5 hectares de vignes, dont 2 hectares de Grand Cru. L'objectif permanent de Jérôme est de placer l'environnement au cœur des préoccupations du domaine et la famille a d'ailleurs converti la totalité du vignoble en bio en 2007. L'ensemble des travaux à la vigne et dans le chai sont réalisés de la manière la plus naturelle possible. Jérôme et ses parents vont même plus loin et redoublent d'efforts pour adapter leur vignoble au contexte climatique actuel. Ils ont par exemple installé 15 panneaux solaires photovoltaïques qui leur permet d'assurer 25% de leurs besoins en électricité. Jérôme représente ainsi la nouvelle génération de vignerons qui apporte un nouveau souffle au vignoble alsacien et au vignoble de France en général.   

Wealth,  Yoga , Wine
Your Still Small Voice

Wealth, Yoga , Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 10:43


Your Still Small Voice- INTUITION is that hunch, that inner voice that whispers to you: make that call, send that email, purchase the ticket ..this higher faculty calls on us to use our mind to create specific images.   Your body is an instrument of the MIND.  BOB PROCTOR describes this technique that was developed in 1934 by a holistic DR .  That Dr. realized that  we are only treating symptoms.  Listen as Bob describes the stick figure. Having trouble maintaining your perfect weight?  Herein lies the solution and it's NOT THE KETO or ANY diet. Take the super power quiz by Mary Morrissey  http://lifemasteryinstitute.com/go/aff.php?p=vahail&w=AFPRM21_IYGquiz Kundalini Yoga https://www.madeinmeditation.org/   Wine - the majesty of Bordeaux  ST EMILLION CLASSIFICATION 1955 Grand Cru classe

The James Suckling Wine Podcast
TASTING CHAMPAGNE HENRIOT WITH ALICE TETIENNE AND INTRODUCING L'INATTENDUE 2016

The James Suckling Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 31:34


Alice Tetienne, the cellar master of Henriot, introduces the inaugural 2016 vintage of L'Inattendue, a 100 percent Grand Cru chardonnay from Avize,, alongside Henriot's main wines: the Brut Souverain, Henriot's historic cuvee; the Blanc de Blancs, a blend of chardonnay from 12 Crus; and the 2006 Cuvee Hemera, a 50-50 blend of pinot noir and chardonnay from the house's six historical Grand Crus. Alice explained the decision behind Henriot's first-ever single-vineyard bottling, describing the surprising richness of the chardonnay from Avize in the Cote des Blancs from the 2016 harvest, in contrast to the Grand Cru village's usual laser freshness and precision. After four years on the lees and over another year in bottle, L'Inattendue 2016 will be released in June this year, and will become a permanent cuvee in Henriot's collection. The subsequent specific vineyard bottlings after each harvest remain to be discovered although they will likely from one of the house's historical Crus (Verzy, Verzenay, Mailly, Avize, Le Mesnil-sur-Oger and Chouilly).

The James Suckling Wine Podcast
MATHIEU ROLAND-BILLECART ON BILLECART-SALMON'S LE CLOS ST.-HILAIRE 2006 AND CUVEE LOUIS SALMON 2008

The James Suckling Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 29:01


Associate Editor Claire Nesbitt tastes two of Billecart-Salmon's exceptional vintage Champagnes with CEO Mathieu Roland-Billecart: Le Clos St.-Hilaire 2006 and Cuvée Louis Salmon 2008.Le Clos St.-Hilaire is made from a unique, single parcel of old pinot noir vines, vinified in oak casks and aged for 13 years on the lees. 6,750 bottles were made of the 2006 vintage – an incredibly harmonious and seamless Blanc de Noirs, with fascinating spice notes and beautifully fine, integrated bubbles. It's one to enjoy for many years to come.The Cuvée Louis Salmon 2008 is a blend of Grand Cru chardonnay from the Cote des Blancs, which will be launched later this year – a complex, rich yet focused and refined Blanc de Blancs.

BTC Cast
Positivo, Google, Disney+, Gran Coffee, Evino, Greenpass e Dufry | BTC Journal 10/03/22

BTC Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 65:45


Desconto nos produtos INSIDER STORE: Utilize o cupom BTC12 e tenha 12% de desconto. Acesse: https://bit.ly/30VcouNParticipe do grupo exclusivo BTC e acesse cupons de desconto especiais para nossos cursos e também vagas e oportunidades nas áreas mais desejadas: https://bit.ly/GrupoExclusivoBTCAnalise notícias de negócios como os instrutores da Business Training Company: https://bit.ly/3oXH5bwPainel semanal de notícias de negócios e empresas, comentadas e analisadas pela Business Training Company!TEMAS COMENTADOS:Modelos de Negócio- Cayena levanta R$ 100 mi para ajudar os restaurantes a comprar melhor- O “caminhoneiro” que vai instalar 3 milhões de tags para a dona da TicketVarejo e E-commerce- Saraiva consegue aprovar aditivo de plano de recuperação judicial- Dufry reduz prejuízo em 85% em 2021 e vê recuperação nas vendas com retomada em aeroportos- Por que a Gran Coffee quer que as empresas voltem a ocupar os escritórios- Depois de comprar Grand Cru, Evino tem aporte de R$ 650 milhõesGigantes de Tech- Uber reclama de prática do iFood ao Cade- Na Disney+, uma breve pausa para os "comerciais"- De olho em mercado de R$ 4 bilhões, Positivo agora conserta PCs até de rivais- Com acordo de US$ 5,4 bi, Google renova disputa com AWS e Microsoft na nuvemSe você gostou, INSCREVA-SE em nosso canal e curta o nosso vídeo! ----------------------------------------------------Siga a Business Training Company nas redes sociais!Facebook: https://bit.ly/face-btcInstagram: https://bit.ly/insta-btcLinkedIn: https://bit.ly/linkedin-btc----------------------------------------------------Confira nosso site: https://bit.ly/SiteBTC

Søren Franks vinkælder
Vinen til ost (del 1 af 2)

Søren Franks vinkælder

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2022 66:06


Der er tradition for at drikke rødvin til osten, men holder det nu også? Søren og Søren tester i den første af to episoder om vinen til osten. Til komælksosten Comté og gedeosten Crottin de Chavignol, drikker de følgende vine: 2021 Sancerre Chavignol (249 kr. Vinens verden) “Prestige” Blanc de blancs Grand Cru, Duval-Leroy (569 kr. Vinens verden) 2018 Arbois “Autrement”, Domaine de Saint Pierre (640 kr. Lieu-dit)2016 Vitovska - Paolo Vodopivec (530 kr. Lieu-dit)2017 Volnay, Domaine de Chassorney (640 kr., Lieu-dit) Lot 0915, L’écart, Gilles et Catherine Vergé (576 kr. Rosforth/Gladvin) 2014 Vin jaune “En Spois”, Tissot (678 kr./565 kr. v 6 fl. Rosforth(Gladvin)2011 Navine, Les Vignes de Babass (250 kr., ½ fl., Lieu-Dit) Alle anmeldelser af mad og vin findes på https://www.berlingske.dk/aok/gourmetSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jeg kan ingenting om vin
57. Riesling fra Alsace

Jeg kan ingenting om vin

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2022 22:47


Superkonsentrerte, lang holdbarhet og utrolig matvennlige. Hele 51 Grand Cru-vinmarker ligger i skyggen av fjellkjeden Vogesene. Hør hva som kjennetegner de beste kjøpene.Ukens vinerRiesling Brand Grand Cru 2019Josmeyer Hengst Grand Cru Riesling 2016Trimbach Clos Ste Hune Riesling 2017Trimbach Riesling Cuvée Frédéric Emile 2013Ostertag Muenchberg Grand Cru Riesling 2018Hugel- Gentil Tørr. 2019Beste produsenter Zind-Humbrecht Leon BeyerHugel OstertagTrimbach Josmeyer See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Sip Sip Hooray Podcast
Mark Pisoni, Pisoni Vineyards, Ep. 40

Sip Sip Hooray Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2022 57:39


Meet Mark Pisoni. He's a 3rd generation farmer and son of legendary winemaker Gary Pisoni of Pisoni Vineyards. While Gary is larger-than-life, Mark is quietly building his own legacy, as grape grower extraordinare, managing what some call Grand Cru vineyards in the Santa Lucia Highlands: Pisoni, Garys' and Sobranes. For Mark, it all comes down to farming, nature, wine and family. He farms sustainably, has a beneficial insect insectory at the Pisoni ranch, and is also a beekeeper. On top of all that, Mark is a devoted husband and father. We first met Mark more than 15 years ago when we filmed an episode of our NBC TV show In Wine Country. We are thrilled to be back with Mark, this time in his home wine cellar, surrounded by great bottles, both consumed and still aging. If these bottles could talk!

Wealth,  Yoga , Wine
Bring on the Laughter UPDATED

Wealth, Yoga , Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 10:43


Why is laughter so important to our lives? This emotion improves our immune system, increases the HAPPY HORMONES dopamine, endorphins, serotonin. Learn how to bring this vital emotion into your everyday life: Sidney Poitier films  https://youtu.be/o9usfYeY5vU   https://programs.lifemasteryinstitute.com/my-morning-mentor/bring-laughter-day-124/   Kundalini Yoga is an easy, quick yet powerful way to help your children control their emotions. This pandemic is traumatic for them.  These certified yoga teachers create classes specifically for children and young adults.  Learn more by visiting their websites.   www.HARIPRAKAASH.com   www.ayogavillage.com   Women in Wine - this industry, especially in France, has been dominated by men.  Luckily women are better educated and have proven themselves very capable of producing stellar vintages.  The Hospice de Beaune has held charitable auctions since 1443.  These auctions also set pricing for the 1er Cru and Grand Cru vintages.  In 2015, the inaugural vintage of Ludivine Griveau, broke  all previous auction bids, thereby establishing validity for female vintners. https://www.palatepress.com/2016/06/women-wine-makers-of-burgundy-out-from-the-shadows/   Domaine Tortochot- exquisite Gevrey Chambertin , Virginie Taupenot of Domaine Taupenot of Morey -Saint Denis and Veronique Drouhin - Boss decades long Burgundy producer. www.chezvalerie.us   

The Long Finish - A Wine Podcast
Ep 77 Champagne in the Membrane/Claude Cazals 'Clos Cazals' Extra Brut Grand Cru Champagne 2010

The Long Finish - A Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 36:55


Kathryn and Tug open a bottle of vintage Champagne to celebrate surviving 2021! They are celebrating New Year's Eve in style and you should too. As Kathryn says, "life is short, buy the wine." The couple discusses what it means for a Champagne to be "vintage" and they get into the history of enjoying sparkling wine on New Year's Eve. Tug is inspired by a friend and a book he's reading (yes, Tug reads). Kathryn gives out two book recommendations. It's a book week to close the year on TLF! The Wine of the Week is Claude Cazals 'Clos Cazals' Blanc de Blancs Extra Brut, Grand Cru Champagne 2010. Happy New Year and we'll see you in 2022! Imbibe Magazine: Why We Drink Champagne on New Year's Eve https://imbibemagazine.com/why-we-drink-champagne-on-new-years-eve/ Find us on Instagram @thelongfinish Kathryn is @kathrynweilcoker on IG Tug is @tugcoker on Twitter and IG

20 Divin, le Podcast du Vin
20 Divin #25 : Caroline Decoster, l'artiste est dans le chai

20 Divin, le Podcast du Vin

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 25:03


« Aujourd'hui, l'univers du vin communique sur le visuel mais pas assez sur les mots ».  Caroline Decoster, Directrice Marketing & Commerciale de Château Fleur Cardinale, nous raconte comment ses beaux-parents, qui ont racheté ce domaine en 2001, ont hissé en seulement 5 ans ce Saint-Emilion en Grand Cru classé, puis ont fait appel à leur fils et belle-fille pour poursuivre l'aventure familiale. Elle nous parle aussi de Hard-Rock

La Sobremesa
51. #desapendejando Vinos Naturales

La Sobremesa

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 70:31


Nos sentamos a platicar con el sommelier y creador de Grand Cru, Ludovic Anacleto, para indagar sobre el vino natural. Averiguamos lo que toma para que un vino sea natural, que efecto tienen los sulfitos y la diferencia entre vinos naturales y biodinámicos. Ludovic incluso nos encamina en una pequeña cata y nos da recomendaciones sobre buenos vinos naturales en México.