Palle Weis og Niels Lillelund har Ib Bergkjær i studiet, direktør for Sigurd Müller i Aalborg. Hans firma importerer vinene fra Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, verdens dyreste rødvin - men de sætter også vine på utallige konfirmationsborde.Hør man fortælle om sit arbejde i ugens podcast.Vine:Andre Clouet Champagne 2015. 375 kr.Pol Roger Champagne 2015. 550 kr.Trimbach. Pinot blanc. Alsace 2018. 110 kr.Fritz Haag. Brauneberger Feinherb. Mosel 2018. 205 kr.Perrin. Côtes de Rhône Réserve 2020. 102 kr.Domaine Faiveley - Les Cazetiers - Gevrey-Chambertin 2017. 995 kr.Hyde de Villaine. Pinot Noir Ygnacia, Napa Valley 2018. 1000 kr.Harlan The Mascot. Cabernet Sauvignon. Napa Valley 2917. 1500 kr.Paulo Scavino. Bric dël Fiasc. Barolo 2017. 775 kr.Alle vine fra Sigurd Müller
On today's episode of Pinot and Parenting we are chatting with Olya Valenta, marketing director of the toy company Magna-Tiles. Olya discusses the history of Magna-Tiles. We also speak about the role of play in children's development, and how play can be facilitated. Finally, Olya discusses what it is like to be a parent and to work at a toy company. You can learn more about Olya Valenta and Magna-Tiles at https://www.magnatiles.com/ and by visiting their Instagram page @magnatiles We also want to point out that many of us have been going through tough, difficult, and stressful times. If you are ever in need of help, we encourage you to seek assistance. A good resource to start to find a local therapist is at https://www.therapyden.com/ For more information on the Toddler Life Skills course, please visit https://www.thrivingtoddler.com/toddler-life-skills Thank you and Happy Holidays to all of you and your loved ones! We will be back again at the start of next year with brand new episodes.
In this episode of Pinot and Parenting, we had the pleasure of speaking with filmmaker Olivier Bernier. Olivier speaks about he and his wife's journey with their son, Emilio, from his birth through to his start of preschool. Olivier outlines the challenges they faced with the New York City public school system when their son with Down syndrome applied to pre-kindergarten. We also discuss his new film, Forget Me Not, in which he and his wife turn the camera on their family as they navigate the often segregated school system to secure an inclusive education for their son. For more information on the Olivier Bernier and his film, please visit: Forget Me Not | About The Film (forgetmenotdocumentary.com) For more information on back pocket essentials, please visit: Backpocket Essentials Toddler Parenting Course | Thriving Toddler
Cette semaine, les Méchants Raisins reçoivent le producteur français bien connu Michel Gassier. En lui parlant, on découvre avec fascination la manière personnelle qu'il a de concevoir l'élaboration de ses différentes gammes de vins du Sud de la Vallée du Rhône. Dans un deuxième temps, Patrick et Nadia s'affrontent dans un combat des bouteilles, et Michel Gassier officie comme juge! Et puis finalement, on vous fait nos suggestions de la semaine. Les vins de Michel Gassier Michel Gassier Lou Coucardié Costières de Nîmes 2017 34,75$ - Code SAQ10678261 – 14,5% - 2,5 gL Michel Gassier Côtes-du-Rhône Les Halos de Jupiter 2020 19,30$ - Code SAQ11903619 – 15% - 2,5 gL Vins du combat Laurent Miquel Solas 2020 16,55$ - Code SAQ13584383 – 13% - 2,3 g/L Château Combel-La-Serre Cuvée Château 2018 23,65$ - Code SAQ13090762 – 13% - 1,6 gL Suggestions Patrick Di Giovanna, Vurria Nero d'Avola 2019, Sicilia, Italie 23,80 $ - Code SAQ 14936601 – 13,5 % - 2 g/L – Bio Domaine de l'Olivette blanc 2021, Bandol, France 29,45 $ - Code SAQ 10884559 – 13,5 % - 1 g/L Nadia Jean Foillard, Morgon 2020, Eponym, France 52,50 $ - Code SAQ 13341197 – 12,5 % Domaine Sérol, Côte Roannaise 2020, Oudan, France 28,70 $ - Code SAQ 14721669 – 13 % - 1,7 g/L – Biodynamie Mathieu Bachelder, Pinot noir 2020, Parfum de Niagara, Niagara Peninsula, Canada 27,95 $ - Code SAQ 14559551 – 12,5 % - 1,7 g/L Aubert & Mathieu, Corbières 2020, Marie Antoinette, France 21,30 $ - Code SAQ 14713061 – 14 % - 2,3 g/L Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr
Did you know pinot means pinecone in French? What does it have to do with wine and what are the differences between the pinot varieties? Glenn the Wine Guy (aka Glen Malycha, Director of Wine Pro) joins Jennie Lenman to discuss.
Pinot, Malbec, who gives a s***?! Kyle with the first ever glass of wine on pod night in desperation. The guys recap the ZOZO Championship and preview the CJ Cup. Nice to have Mike back at the helm, but of course he wants to defend the sandbagging claims at the RTG Invitational. The guys aren't having it! And our guess is "wine night" is short-lived.Featured Wine: redTwitter: https://twitter.com/RTGPodcastDFSApple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/reading-the-green-golf-dfs-preview-show/id1602706267Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/6f912341-977f-4601-b077-2fc9f95017c0/reading-the-green-golf-dfs-preview-showSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4FwAeFBzljabmjT4Lx4vXxiHeart: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-reading-the-green-golf-dfs-91010010/Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/reading-the-green-golf-dfs-preview-show
Hustle culture tells you that burnout is normal, but I'm here to tell you it's no way to live It's a Sunday night. The kids are in bed, and you're about to relax and unwind with a glass of Pinot and a true crime documentary on Netflix. But just as you sit down on the couch and turn on the tv, you get this uncomfortable feeling in the pit of your stomach…. You know the one. Enter: The Sunday Scaries -- an unavoidable mix of nervousness and dread about your week ahead. All of the sudden, your mind becomes completely consumed by the thought of how much you don't want to dive into work in the morning. Whether you're anxious about what you have on your plate, a big meeting with higher-ups, or how you're going to have to sit through six straight hours of Zoom meetings and pretend to be invested, this unsettling feeling week after week is a big indicator that you're burnt out from your job. Unfortunately, our culture has become so obsessed with ‘hustling' and the constant grind, that the Sunday Scaries -- along with other work stress and anxiety -- start to feel normal after a while. But I'm here to tell you that this is not normal -- and because we spend so much of our lives working, it's really important that you don't dread showing up at your job every day. In this episode, I uncover four telltale signs of burnout that you might not even realize you're experiencing, plus incremental changes you can make to improve your work life. So pop in your Airpods, grab a hot beverage and tune in -- especially if you've ever experienced the Sunday Scaries. Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts "I love Amy and Online Marketing Made Easy."
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. 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Hey family! Khadijah loves her cats, Pinot and Noir, and we're still waiting for Renaissance visuals!!! Beyoncé please! Also we're talking about structural racism in hospital financing - hospitals that serve majority Black populations have lower revenues and profits; and the implications of student loan forgiveness for Black health. Leave a comment, rate, and subscribe! Follow us on social media too at @blkhlth
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 32 of Meet the Expert® with Elliot Kallen!In this episode, Elliot Kallen brings on Jean-Charles Boisset to talk about the business of making wine. Tune in to learn about different wine varietals, food pairings, Baccarat crystal glasses, and more. Should you be decanting your Champagne? Click play to find out!Meet with Elliot: https://calendly.com/elliotkallenRead More: https://prosperityfinancialgroup.com/meet-the-expert-with-elliot-kallen/the-business-of-winemaking-with-jean-charles-boisset/Watch More: https://prosperityfinancialgroup.com/meet-the-investing-expert-with-elliot-kallen/
Tom Simoneau & Diane Bucher. Diane Bucher of Bucher Wines joins Steve Jaxon and Dan Berger on California Wine Country. Tom Simoneau and Barry Herbst, wine buyer for Bottle Barn, are also in the studio. Diane and John Bucher were also on California Wine Country on this show back on June 13, 2018. Wine Enthusiast magazine has named Bottle Barn one of the three best places to buy wine in California and one of the best in the country. Harvest Fair is on display in the store and there will be a public tasting on October 15 in the store for the first time after two years. Sunday the awards were announced and Bottle Barn is stocking up with the winning wines. Tom Simoneau, as a small wine producer, appreciates how Bottle Barn supports the small growers and producers. Every year there is a handful of new wineries that Barry has never heard of before. Dan Berger has brought another cellar wine into the studio today. A 2020 MacRostie Pinot Noir from Petaluma Gap. It has great structure and great fruit. There is another MacRostie 2016 Pinot Noir, to taste later. Click the logo to visit our sponsor Bottle Barn online for the coolest bargains on wine, beer and spirits. Diane Bucher and her husband John planeted the first blocks of their vineyard in 1997. In 1999 Williams Selyem bought the first fruit. Tom Simoneau just had a 2012 Williams Selyem Pinot Noir from the Bucher vineyard. They grow Pinot Noir and Chardonnay and sell all the Chardonnay. Ram's Gate is going to bottle a Bucher vineyard designate Chardonnay of 2021. They have 36 acres of Pinot and 2 of Chardonnay. On some nearby property they also grow Sauvignon Blanc and others. Their vineyards are all in the heart of the Russian River Valley AVA. Grand Cru Custom Crush They make their wine at Grand Cru Custom Crush in Windsor and that is where they hold their tastings too. There are about 20 wineries making wine there, at 1200 American Way in Windsor, one block south of the Russian River Brewing Company. They are in the warmer part of the Russian River Valley. Their Rosé, Zinfandel and Pinot Noir are on sale at the shop there too. Click the logo to visit our sponsor Rodney Strong for the latest on the 2022 Summer Concert series. They open the Bucher 2021 Rosé of Pinot Noir. It is a saignée Rosé, with bright acidity, watermelon and granny smith apple. Dan calls it delicate and fragrant. At 13.8% alcohol it is “astounding.” It sells for $35 retail. As they open the next Pinot, the 2019 Bucher Vineyard Pinot Noir, a recent double gold winner from the Sonoma County Harvest Fair, which was announced just last Sunday. Bottle Barn has ‘em. It won double gold in a very competitive category, says Barry Herbst. Dan “Lay It Down” Berger says the flavors are incredible but it portends so much more. The next wine is the 2020 Bucher, focussed on the Pommard clone. This one reminds Dan of Burgundy. Their winemaker is Adam Lee.
In September, the San Francisco Giants made Major League Baseball history—in fact, probably pro sports history—as the first-ever team to hire a master sommelier. Evan Goldstein, one of just 269 master sommeliers in the world, has spent decades working with wine and watching sports. Now he gets to combine those passions: it's his job to bridge beer-loving baseball fans with the world of tannins and oak, introducing new wines to Giants games, striking partnerships across the country and introducing wine tasting events for fans. Goldstein joins the Menschwarmers for an rich dive into what the job will entail, the state of wine in ballparks across the world and what vinos pair best with hot dogs and garlic fries. Credits Menschwarmers is hosted by James Hirsh and Gabe Pulver, and produced and edited by Michael Fraiman. Our intro music is by Coby Lipovitch, and our outro music is "Organ Grinder Swing" by chēēZ π. This show is a member of The CJN Podcast Network. Follow the Menschwarmers on Twitter @menschwarmers or TikTok @menschwarmers. To learn how to support the show by subscribing to this podcast, please watch this video.
Wine Road Podcast Episode 159 Sponsored by Ron Rubin Winery Episode 159 | Lynn Fritz Owner, Lynmar Estate Winery Lynn Fritz is living his passion and tells us about the many splendors of the Lynmar Estate, being a steward of the land, and his philosophy behind building a community around people and place. Plus he shares a bottle of the 2018 Lynmar Pinot Noir from Quail Hill Vineyard. Our Fast Five Recipe is Ahi Poke form Carole Shelton. Wine of the Day: 2018 Lynmar Pinot Noir, Quail Hill Vineyard Fast Five Recipe: Ahi Poke from Carol Shelton Podcast Sponsor: Ron Rubin Winery SHOW NOTES 1:00 Wine of the Day – 2018 Lynmar Pinot Noir form Quail Hill Vineyard. A great vintage made with14 clones of Pinot. It's Light and opulent with a dense fruity nose, and lingering finish. Like a chord! 5:22 Lynn's philosophy on the perfect size business and the growth or (non-growth) of Lynmar which is kept at a 12-15,000 case level to keep it optimal for quality and service. 7:28 Seeking harmony in all aspects of the business and the winery food and wine program. Beth feels it's a spiritual place at Lynmar. 9:30 Lynmar serving 4 course lunches and have expended the gardens that include the edible gardens with heirloom varieties used by the chefs for the food pairings. Carrying on the Luther Burbank torch. 13:40 Winery started after Lynn sought a peaceful getaway from San Francisco in the country and found the ideal spot in Sebastopol. Originally sold the grapes grown on the property then started making their own wine. 17:09 It's all about community at Lynmar-- the customers and the winery personnel and the extended community of families they encompass. 19:00 Sonoma County has a certain something, a vitality and abundance that makes the area special. 20:45 Lynmar making Balsamic vinegar now for over 22 years. 22:33 Beautiful guesthouse, The Bliss house on the property for use of Wine Club members and families. 24:20 Fast Five Recipe –Ahi Poke– From Carol Shelton of Carol Shelton Wines Ingredients: Fresh Sushi grade Ahi tuna, sesame oil, ponzu, brown sugar, ginger, (green onions, cilantro and lime) Directions: Cube the Ahi then add sesame oil one part to two parts of ponzu mixed together with brown sugar and table spoon of minced ginger add a little squeeze of lime and scallions serve with rice crackers add avocado on the side. Enjoy with Carol Shelton Rendezvous Rose. 27:27 All winery workers are full time employees which gives Lynmar great control over harvest and are ready to go when the pick date is chosen. Makes for a calm and orderly harvest. 30:00 ONE MORE THING—Wine and Food Affair tickets are now on sale! And No Reservations needed this year! Links Lynmar Estate Winery Carol Shelton Wines Ron Rubin Winery Credits:The Wine Road podcast is mixed and mastered at Threshold Studios Sebastopol, CA. http://thresholdstudios.info/
Making a shift on your own terms in order to play bigger is challenging enough. But what happens when your successful shift is followed by an unexpected game changer?Lisa Riley's entrepreneurial spirit led her to leave the corporate oil and gas industry and enter the paint and sip business, becoming the owner of a Pinot's Palette franchise in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Since taking the leap, Lisa has expanded to four franchises and celebrated her 10-year anniversary of being in business for herself… and she also received a surprise cancer diagnosis while undergoing a preventative mastectomy.During our conversation, we talk about Lisa's incredible cancer survival story, her entrepreneurial journey, and how she managed to increase her revenue while undergoing treatment.Listen now to discover: The biggest challenges and successes Lisa has experienced through her shift to entrepreneurshipThe biggest mistake that Lisa made while hiring — and the valuable insight it taught herThe humbling lesson Lisa learned when she needed to step back during her cancer treatmentLisa Riley is the owner of 4 Pinot's Palette franchises in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area. Before that, she worked for the QuikTrip Corporation and finished out her corporate oil and gas career at ConocoPhillips. She is a cancer survivor, a mom, a wife and loves living life to the fullest! She has won Women in Business Champion for the City of Tulsa, Small Businessperson of the Year for Broken Arrow and Tulsa, International Franchisee of the Year, and United States Small Business Association Business Person of the Year.Timestamps01:48 Intro02:55 Meet Lisa Riley05:18 Lisa's big shifts08:32 The franchise shift12:02 Being open to new opportunities13:25 Saying “no” & delegating19:12 Biggest challenges & hiring mistakes24:37 Leading as an empath26:23 Surviving cancer & stepping back33:41 Preventative care & check-ups35:25 Essential service41:59 Food styling45:35 Lisa's next shiftsLinksLisa Rileyhttps://www.pinotspalette.com/cherrystreetGood to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap and Others Don't by Jim Collinshttps://www.amazon.com/Good-Great-Some-Companies-Others/dp/0066620996Discover your tactical leadership toolkit: https://www.exceptionalleaderslab.comInterested in working with me or having me speak at your event? Find more information at https://tracyspears.comWant tools and insights that will help you play bigger in your life, at work, and in your community? Visit my resource library: https://tracyspears.com/blog Connect with meLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tracylspears Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TracySpearsSpeaker Twitter: @tracylspears Instagram: @tracylspears If you love the podcast, please consider leaving a rating and review — this will help others discover how to play a bigger game and step into their fullest potential!Watch these episodes on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TracySpearsSpeaker Make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel, and ring the bell for notifications so you never miss an episode!
Felix war auf den Versteigerungen in Trier und Bad Kreuznach und Sascha hat von Berlin aus mitgeboten. Da gibt es einiges zu berichten. Dazu passt im Glas das, was sicher viele der erfolgreichen Winzer am Abend nach ihren Siegeszügen getrunken haben: Champagner. Im zweiten Teil gibt es dann deutschen Spätburgunder, dem aus berufenem Munde attestiert wird, dass er der burgundischste überhaupt in Deutschland produzierte sei. Das empfindet Felix mittlerweile nur manchmal als Drohung
My guest on this podcast is the engaging Theresa Heredia, the winemaker at Gary Farrell Vineyards and Winery. I really enjoyed sitting down with Theresa. Not only is she savvy, she's quite playful too, further adding to the enjoyment. Gary Farrell Vineyards and Winery is one of the early producers of Pinot Noir in Sonoma County, and remain in the forefront of bottling cool climate Pinot and Chardonnay. Theresa is a perfect fit. Please join us in their nicely designed tasting salon, won't ya?
Founded in 2009, Banshee Wines defies conventions to create exceptional wine for the true drinkers. Offering outstanding quality, Banshee wines produces affordable luxury wines of extraordinary balance, purity, and depth of flavor, with a focus on cool-climate Pinot Noir, crafted from California's cool, rugged, coastal areas of the far Western Sonoma Coast.
The seeds for Patz & Hall were planted in the 1980s when assistant winemaker James Hall and national sales manager Donald Patz struck up a close friendship while working together at Flora Springs Winery and Vineyards. The two discovered a mutual enthusiasm for a rich and compelling style of wine made by applying traditional winemaking techniques to fruit from elite, small vineyards. Inspired to combine their winemaking and sales talents, James and Donald joined with partners Anne Moses and Heather Patz, to establish Patz & Hall. Together, they turned Patz & Hall into one of California's most highly regarded wineries with a celebrated portfolio of single-vineyard wines. To achieve their goal of making exceptional limited-production wines from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, the four founders each focused their specialized knowledge and expertise on different areas of the winery's operations. This integrated approach, along with a commitment to developing close personal relationships with many of California's finest growers—people like Larry Hyde, Lee Hudson and the Martinelli and Pisoni families—became the cornerstones of the winery's success.
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.
Could your soul use a warm bath of permission, storytelling, and love? Just in time for the start of September, you will not want to miss today's show! I'm here with Molly Crouch. Molly and I talk about her experience of realizing the pace of her family's life needed to change. We dig into making the right decisions for yourself and/or your family regardless of unspoken pressures and expectations. We also talk about Molly's coaching journey, what it looks like to be an empowered woman, and the slow bleed that is comparison. Tune in to this episode to hear more! Molly Crouch is the founder of In Her Company, a blog celebrating the strength and grace of women, the beauty of friendships, and the power of our influence. She is a mom of four, with ten years between her bookend kids, and lives in Charlottesville, Virginia. She believes in gathering, connecting, and truth telling, and that every woman has a story worth sharing. She also thinks that comparison is a slow bleed, friendships that make space for inspiration, affirmation, and encouragement are important. She believes in rest and margins, the practice of gratitude, and that laughter, Pinot noir, and girlfriends' weekends can probably fix just about anything. She believes that a woman is known by the company she keeps. Let's dive in to the show! In this Episode You'll Learn: [08:01] A bit about Molly. [09:37] Making the conscious decision to change her experience. [14:09] Starting the rollercoaster ride. [17:24] Giving yourself permission. [19:24] The invitation to do more. [24:07] Molly's advice for unraveling busyness. [35:11] Molly's coaching journey. [38:15] What Molly sees in her clients. [41:44] The empowered woman. [43:14] A tool for tending to comparison. [43:40] Molly's theme song. Quotes: “Through words and stories, and coaching, you can remake yourself whenever you want.” [08:55] “Things are for seasons, too.” [27:50] “The thing that a woman comes to me for in coaching is about three layers down.” [38:41] Links shared: Taking Your Power Back into Your Brand $24 Masterclass Let's Write Your IG Bio FREE formula, process + worksheets The Mother's Embrace Spotify Playlist Connect with Molly: Instagram: @inhercompany Website: https://inhercompany.com Connect with Rachel: Instagram: @Rachelcamfield or @themothers.embrace Website: https://www.rachelcamfield.com/ Call to Action Please share this podcast with your friends and family so that they can enjoy it too. Please leave a review on iTunes if you enjoyed the show and subscribe so that you never miss an episode. I am always looking for ways to improve my podcast, so don't hesitate to offer feedback or send me suggestions through my social media handle.
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Highlights from this week's conversation include:Kishore's background and career journey (2:30)Internal analytics versus user-facing analytics (3:49)New ways of thinking about analytics (8:06)What makes Pinot different (13:45)How Pinot transforms systems (21:53)Understanding the data landscape (32:40)The Pinot user experience (36:27)Something exciting about StarTree (40:05)When you should adopt this technology (43:15)The Data Stack Show is a weekly podcast powered by RudderStack, the CDP for developers. Each week we'll talk to data engineers, analysts, and data scientists about their experience around building and maintaining data infrastructure, delivering data and data products, and driving better outcomes across their businesses with data.RudderStack helps businesses make the most out of their customer data while ensuring data privacy and security. To learn more about RudderStack visit rudderstack.com.
De fleste forbinder nok australsk vin med store, højoktane marmeladebomber. Ikke desto mindre er der dukket en ny generation af producenter op Down Under, som laver anderledes lette og legesyge vine med høj drikbarhed. Vi smager følgende vine: 2020 Chardonnay, Borachio (270 kr., Lieu-dit) 2021 Bianco, Momento Mori (310 kr., Lieu-dit) 2021 Giallo, Tom Shobbrook (280 kr., Lieu-dit) 2020 Pinot noir, Jumping Juice (225 kr., Allez Allez)2020 Cathedral Pinot noir, William Downie (350 kr. Allez Allez) 2021 Djuna, Travis Tausend (260 kr., Lieu-dit) 2021 Rookie, Poppelvej (200 kr., Allez Allez) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Lisa Riley is a Pinot's Palette Franchise Owner in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Pinot's Palette is a painting studio and wine bar where they walk people step-by-step through a complete canvas painting for two hours while they listen to rock and pop music and drink libations. Lisa owns all three Tulsa area Pinot's Palette franchises. The Oklahoma Small Business Association named her 2020's Small Business Person of the Year. In this episode… Imagine quitting your corporate-America job, never being an entrepreneur, and spending your life savings to buy a franchise. Then months later, someone else is about to buy the same franchise at a location 12 minutes from yours. If you let that happen, anything they do wrong will affect your business and erode your life savings. You can't let your life savings be at the mercy of someone else's actions. And you don't have the money to afford a new location. While trying to figure a way out, you're diagnosed with cancer. How do you handle it all? Lisa Riley conquered cancer and went on to open a third location. Want to find out more about Lisa's story? Listen to this Inspired Insider Podcast episode with host Dr. Jeremy Weisz featuring Lisa Riley live from the Entrepreneurs' Organization Global Leadership Conference. They discuss Lisa's journey into entrepreneurship and owning a Pinot's Pallance franchise, her efforts to keep the business alive over the pandemic, balancing being a mom and owning a business, conquering cancer, hitting a business milestone, and more!
StarTree, a company building what it describes as an “analytics-as-a-service” platform, today announced that it raised $47 million in a Series B round led by GGV Capital with participation from Sapphire Ventures, Bain Capital Ventures, and CRV.
Each vintage is a unique blend from our estate vineyards, truly representing the signature style of Talley Vineyards. With their varying microclimates and soils, each of our estate vineyards has a slightly different story to tell.Each vintage is a unique blend from our estate vineyards, truly representing the signature style of Talley Vineyards. With their varying microclimates and soils, each of our estate vineyards has a slightly different story to tell.
Ligue 1 : Lens séduisant face à Rennes prend provisoirement la tête du championnat... Ligue 2 : Saint-Étienne repris de justesse, Caen et Dijon gardent le cap... Volley, championnat du monde : À Ljubljana, les Bleus se mesurent à la Slovenie lors d'un 1er tour décisif... Cyclisme, Tour d'Espagne : Jay Vine, nouvelle star australienne de la Vuelta... Retrouvez toute l'actualité sportive dans votre Flash l'Équipe.
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Welcome to August 18th, 2022 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate fussy grapes and a satisfying sizzle. Pinot noir grapes are notoriously hard to grow. Too much weather variation can ruin a crop very quickly. Plus, the grapes grow in tight, cone-like clusters, which can be a problem because the fruit is extremely thin-skinned. This growth pattern is what gives the grape—and the wine—its name. The clusters look a bit like pine cones, and the skin is dark. Pinot noir. Oenophiles know that this finicky little grape makes a complex wine that doesn't overpower—perfect for pairing with everything from bleu cheese to roast duck. On National Pinot Noir Day, celebrate with a glass of red that's worth all the fuss. Everyone knows that food cooked outdoors just tastes better. Maybe that's why fajitas became a household favorite. In the early 1930s Mexican vaqueros in Southwestern Texas found a way to use throwaway cuts of meat. These hungry cowboys cooked over an open flame and transformed the ordinary into a sizzling meal. They paired the fire roasted meat with corn and flour tortillas and a regional dish was born. Fajitas took off around the globe when restaurants began serving them with peppers and onions, guacamole and salsa. No matter how you dress them up, it's the flame licked flavor that makes them special. On National Fajita Day make your taste buds happy with the sizzle that really satisfies. I'm Anna Devere and I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Daags voor de start in Utrecht leeft de Vuelta nog niet echt in Nederland. Het doet ook raar aan die profs die op de Utrechtse heuvelrug trainen. “Ik moet dan een beetje denken aan die Beluga dolfijn die vorige week verdwaald was in de Seine.”, zegt Maxim Horssels van Wielerflits. “Als je Pozzovivo een ploegentijdrit ziet oefenen op het traject in Sloten of Pinot die in de regen fietst en dan op Instagram post: Zeist. Dat is niet hun natuurlijke habitat.” Joost heeft medelijden met de goede amateurs die hun Strava records kwijtraken door de profs die nu even een trainingsrondje maken. En Maxim is het met hem eens: “Heb je jarenlang getraind om dat segmentje bij jou om de hoek te pakken, word je uit de boeken gereden door trainende profs. Er zullen een hoop tranen vloeien van mensen die op Strava kijken.” Een Tramadolletje en een Breezer ananas of Quintana en de finale koker In aanloop naar de Vuelta start werd bekend dat de Colombiaan Nairo Quintana uit de uitslag van de Tour de France wordt geschrapt omdat hij betrapt is op het gebruik van de verboden pijnstiller Tramadol. Omdat het middel niet op de dopinglijst staat, mag de Colombiaan toch van start gaan in Utrecht. De leden van De Kopgroep vragen zich af hoe het kan dat een toprenner toch zo'n verboden middel pakt. Michael Boogerd denkt dat hij mogelijk een oude ‘finale koker' heeft gepakt. Omdat niet alle leden van de Kopgroep bekend zijn met deze term legt Michael uit. “Vroeger gebruikten ze van die kokers van fotorolletjes. Daarin deden ze dan dingen als een cafeïne pil een pijnstiller, een magnesiumpil. Die waren bedoeld voor tijdens de finale. Als de renners op de fiets gingen staan, dan hoorde je de pilletjes tikken. Daarom deden ze er vaak een watje bij in.” Señor 69 Lawson Craddock Vandaag lichten we het doopceel van de Texaan Lawson Craddock, die vorig jaar 69e was in de eindrangschikking van de Vuelta. Een man die geen grote uitslagen heeft gereden. Zijn opmerkelijkste daad was dat hij in 2018 in de eerste etappe van de Tour zijn schouder brak en toch Parijs wist te halen. Hij zamelde op deze manier 170 duizend euro in om een door een orkaan vernietigde wielerbaan in Austin Texas te herbouwen.. Verder is Craddock geen onverdienstelijk tijdrijder, maar de kopman die ploegleider Johantan Vaughters in hem zag, is hij niet geworden. Het heeft er zelf toe geleid dat hij overtraind raakte. Roglic omgeven door vraagtekens Vier weken na zijn val in de Tour verschijnt de winnaar van de vorige drie Vuelta's weer aan de start. Rogliç zou bij zijn val in de Tour twee gebroken ruggewervels hebben opgelopen, maar allleen het feit dat hij van start gaat, zegt Michael dat hij in vorm moet zijn. Wel is de vraag of hij goed genoeg kan zijn om voor de vierde keer op rij de ronde te winnen: Roglic is niet op hoogtestage geweest. Toch kiest Joost hem als winnaar van de ronde. Slotakte voor twee grote tenoren Alejandro Valverde en Vincenzo Nibali nemen afscheid. Joost ziet beide rijpe renners nog goede klassementen rijden, maar Maxim hoopt dat deze voormalige grote-ronde-winnaars voor etappewinst gaan rijden. “Dat is beter dan aanklampen, gelost worden en dan zesde, zevende of achtste worden.” Mogelijk rijdt Robert Gesink ook zijn laatste grote ronde. Hij gaat nog een seizoen door, maar de concurrentie bij Jumbo-Visma is moordend en wordt alleen maar heviger. “Dat Gesink volgend jaar op zijn 37e nog een grote ronde rijdt, is allerminst zeker.”, zegt Maxim.
After 18 months -- we are bringing The Married Podcast back to life! This time we are pulling more personal, real life events to make the show better than ever. We are wedding photographers that have been in business for nearly 10 years, but more than that we are married. Listen along as we chat & sip on Pinot!
Welcome to Episode 1046 Cynthia Chaplin interviews Sofia Torres, in this installment of Voices, on the Italian Wine Podcast. More about today's guest: If there is someone proud about her heritage it's Sofía Torres-McKay, Co-Owner of Cramoisi Vineyard and Winery and Co-Founder of AHIVOY (Asociación Hispana de la Industria del Vino en Oregon Y Comunidad) and she's a prominent activist for Vineyard Stewards. Born in Mexico City, Sofía worked 19 years in the tech industry before moving to United States in 2002 to pursue her career in corporate business. In 2011, Sofía (Mexican) and her husband Ryan McKay (Oregonian), both invested their money and took a chance on 10 acres of property in the Dundee Hills of Oregon where they planted vines and started living their dream making small lots of boutique Pinot noir! Now the only Latina Winery/Vineyard Owner in the Dundee Hills AVA, Sofía continues to be a passionate steward for diversity in the wine industry and teaches Vineyard workers the importance of Organic and Biodynimic farming. In 2019, Sofia was appointed to the Regional Solutions Advisory Committee–Mid Willamette Valley–by Oregon State Governor, Kate Brown. Active participant in the community, when Sofia is not working she is busy raising her two boys, Mateo and Johnathan, in a dual cultural household where both English and Spanish are spoken. As a Latina, she teaches her kids the importance of diversity and inclusivity and brings those values to all she does for the wine community. To learn more visit: https://ahivoyoregon.org/about-us About today's Host: Cynthia Chaplin is a VIA certified Italian Wine Ambassador, a professional sommelier with FIS and the WSA, a member of Le Donne del Vino, and a Professor of Italian wine and culture. Born in the USA, she's lived in Europe since 1990. Italian wine, in particular rosé, is her passion. She works with embassies, corporations and private clients, creating and presenting tastings, events, seminars and in-depth courses. Cynthia is a wine writer, a judge at international wine and sake competitions, she consults with restaurants and enotecas developing comprehensive wine lists and food pairings, and she advises clients who want to curate an Italian wine collection. She currently works for Vinitaly International in Verona as a Project Manager, Educator, and the host of VOICES Series on The Italian Wine Podcast, focusing on diversity and inclusion in the global wine industry. To learn more visit: Facebook: Italian Wines in English Instagram: kiss_my_glassx Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cynthia-chaplin-190647179/ 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!
Episode Notes Stacy and Devon explore the "sober curious" movement... while sipping their wine. Sober Curious by Ruby Warrington The Numinous NPR - Sober Curious? Breaking the Booze Habit, Even Briefly, Has Its Benefits What Does It Mean to Be Sober Curious? The Guardian - Generation Z - We Have More to Do Than Drink and Take Drugs
We come in strong after a little bit of a summer respite with some timely Top Gun rumors, Scotty's specter, RB's Vermonting score, taking boats to see Deer Tick, the Blottos getting down at an actual dance club, Becker's thesis that we all have the epic experiences of our favorite writers, Scotty's homemade wine, that time Ringo hung those two balls from his pants during a photo shoot, your partner asking you to keep their love a secret as a giant red flag, and the Disney-inspired "Do You Want to Know a Secret?"As always, you can find Team Blotto Beatles on Instagram (@blottobeatles) and Twitter (@blottobeatles), by emailing us (email@example.com), or on the web (blottobeatles.com). We want to hear from you!Please also take the time to rate and review us on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.We have a shop! Grab some merch. You can also drunk dial us (tel:+18572339793) or leave us a tip in our new tip jar (don't forget to include a message telling us what drinks we should drink with the money).See the canonical, argument-ending list of Beatles songs we are assembling here: https://www.blottobeatles.com/list; listen to it on Spotify here.Please remember to enjoy Blotto Beatles responsibly.Peace and Love.Hosts: Becker and TommyExecutive Producer: Scotty C.Additional Musical Supervision: RB (@ryanobrooks)Associate Musical Supervision: Tim Clark (@nodisassemble)#PeteBestGetThatCheck
Craig Ceccanti is the president and CEO of T-Minus Solutions, a tech-focused consulting startup for early stage and growing companies. Also a co-founder of Pinot's Palette and mobile ordering company SEATZ, Craig joins the show today to share both his franchise and tech startup experience, as well as the opportunities he sees for entrepreneurs in Houston.
Patron Serl Z asked: What are wines other than Pinot Noir for those for whom that is the only red wine they will drink? Photo: Pinot Noir grapes, Canva photos Join the conversation: Become a Patron on Patreon Pinot has so many different faces depending on where it's grown – terroir is everything with the grape. But if we're talking about medium-bodied, more acidic styles that are food-friendly, then this podcast answers that question! Italy: Schiava or Teroldego from Alto Adige Bardolino or lighter styles of Valpolicella from Veneto Nebbiolo from Piedmont, alternately Grignolino, a light, acidic wine The reds of Mount Etna (Etna Rosso), Sicily Frappato, Sicily France: Poulsard and Trousseau, the reds of the Jura region (specifically Arbois, which is often blended in with Pinot) Gamay from Beaujolais – Beaujolais-Village or lighter to medium styles from the Crus of Saint-Amour, Régnié, and Fleurie Reds from the Loire Valley. based on Cabernet Franc, especially St-Nicholas de Bourgeuil Côtes du Rhône red and white (yes, this white is big enough to be a red alternative). If you can find a wine with Cinsault in the blend (Rasteau and Cairanne Cru are good bets!), you'll be in for a light style that will scratch your Pinot itch! Photo: Jura vineyards in France, Canva photos Austria: Laurent, some Zweigelt (again, watch alcohol levels) Greece: Agiogitiko and some Xinomavro The US and Canada: Finger Lakes or Virginia: Cabernet Franc in the US Eastern Canada: Cabernet Franc The Iberian Peninsula: Spain: Mencía from Bierzo or Ribeira Sacra Portugal: Blends of the Dão Photo: Vineyards in Ribeira Sacra, home of great Mencía. Canva photos. Most New World countries make excellent Pinot Noir but don't have a lot of alternative lighter wines, given the climate. Also, as they were starting their industry, winemakers imported grapes they felt would be successful, and Pinot was the winner of the light to medium-bodied category! So, those are my picks, but you may have others! Feel free to share. _______________________________________________________________ Thanks to our sponsors this week: Wine Spies! Wine Spies uncovers incredible wines at unreal prices - on Zinfandel, Barolo, Champagne...you name it - up to 75% off! It's not a club and there's no obligation to buy. They have a build-a-case option, so you can mix and match wines while enjoying free shipping on every purchase. Visit www.winespies.com/normal you'll get $10 credit to use on your first order! Check them out today! If you think our podcast is worth the price of a bottle or two of wine a year, please become a member of Patreon... you'll get even more great content, live interactions and classes! www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes
Stefan en Lau gaan verder. Deze keer zonder Thomas, want hij moest halsoverkop naar Frankrijk. Daar schijnt iets belangrijkers aan de hand te zijn dan een podcast over de Tour. Wees echter niet getreurd, want we hebben een professional in laten vliegen. Hij heeft ontelbare boeken over wielrennen geschreven en tv-programma's erover geproduceerd. We hebben het natuurlijk over the man, the myth, the legend: Wilfried de Jong.Gelukkig voelt hij zich in dit boerenland meteen thuis waardoor hij zonder problemen de rol van Thomas op zich kan nemen. Dat doet hij dan ook meteen vanaf de eerste seconde uitstekend en hij neemt daarin geen blad voor de mond over onder andere Pinot. Het was vandaag een relatief korte rit door de Pyreneeën, maar wel eentje met vier cols en aankomst bergop. Kortom, er was vuurwerk verwacht en dan met name door Pogačar. Achteraf kunnen we stellen dat Mikkel Bjerg en McNulty voor meer spektakel hebben gezorgd dan hun kopman. Niettemin was het een enerverende etappe, maar hoe dat allemaal precies zit hoor je in Live Slow Ride Fast.
From understanding heart rate zones to the best stance for recovery, the use of TUE's in sport after the Rafael Nadal-Thibaut Pinot controversy and how heat training affects haemoglobin production in training. Plus much more. We answer the most intriguing questions from our Patron supporters.Support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/thescienceofsportSHOW NOTES: The podcast we did on the DSDs https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/caster-semenya-explaining-sex-vs-gender-in-sport/id1461719225?i=1000437011090A clear and concise explanation of the three-zone system of moderate, heavy and severe exercise to guide your zone training: https://drmarkburnley.wordpress.com/2020/08/31/exercise-intensity-domains-and-phase-transitions-the-power-duration-relationship/The article showing that hands-on-knees beats hands-on-head for heart rate recovery and breathing: https://journals.lww.com/acsm-tj/fulltext/2019/02150/effects_of_two_different_recovery_postures_during.1.aspx?fbclid=IwAR0i_syx_XpNN0jwsTHjFmwz1Kl9hSENWFYJJid0WRNbVci2WZ_3U9dh4mUThe article showing how training easy in the heat increases haemoglobin mass, even in elite cyclists: physoc.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1113/EP088544?campaign=wolacceptedarticle British Fell runner survives a body temperature of 18.8C: itv.com/news/border/2022-06-24/man-found-clinically-dead-saved-after-leaving-blood-trails-in-snowArticle on the UCI change to, among other things, gear ratio rulings for youth cycling: https://cyclingtips.com/2022/06/uci-scraps-the-junior-gear-restriction-relaxes-tt-position-rules/ The comments of Pinot and Martin about Nadal: https://road.cc/content/news/pinot-and-martin-question-nadal-injections-293447A paper by a sports ethics expert describing the TUE dilemma in sport: https://philpapers.org/rec/PIKTUE Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
La primera verdadera etapa de montaña de este Tour de Francia fue otra vez una etapa con mucha emoción hasta la línea de meta, pero esta vez por la batalla entre varios corredores de la escapada del día. El luxemburgués Bob Jungels del equipo Ag2R empezó su cabalgata en solitario a casi 60kms del final y pudo ganar la etapa por delante de Castroviejo, Verona y Pinot. El líder Pogaçar entró el primero del grupo de los favoritos
It's Monday, Let's raise a glass to the beginning of another week. It's time to unscrew, uncork or saber a bottle and let's begin Exploring the Wine Glass! Today, I am sharing the final episode of the Oregon Wine Board's educational series with the Umpqua Valley. From their website: The Umpqua Valley is home to hundreds of distinct valleys and the most diverse soils in Oregon. The region boasts more varieties than any other and the oldest operating vineyard and winery in the State. The region is home to some of Oregon's most forward-thinking makers and growers, Abacela was the first to plant Tempranillo in the US, Hillcrest Vineyards the first plantings of Pinot noir and Malbec in the State, and the region continues to form the backbone of numerous Oregon appellated Pinot noir and Pinot gris bottling. Join Umpqua pioneers Dr. Greg Jones (Abacela Wines), Dyson Demara (Hillcrest Vineyards) and Scott Kelley (Paul O'Brien Wines) to discover the unique characterful wines from this stunningly picturesque region. While you are listening, please take a moment to rate and review Exploring the Wine Glass. Ratings are now available, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Audible! Taking one minute of your time is the only way the algorithms will suggest Exploring the Wine Glass to others. Slainte! Music: WINE by Kēvens Official Video Follow me on Instagram! Follow me on Twitter! SUBSCRIBE ON iTUNES STITCHER | iTUNES | GOOGLE PLAY | SPOTIFY | PODBEAN l AUDIBLE Even ask your smart speaker to play Exploring the Wine Glass GIVE US A RATING AND REVIEW STAY IN THE KNOW - GET SPECIAL OFFERS Thoughts or comments? Contact Lori at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/exploringthewineglass Find us on Twitter, Instagram , Pinterest, and Snapchat (@dracaenawines) Want to watch some pretty cool livestream events and wine related videos. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel. Find out more about us and our award winning Paso Robles wines on our website. Looking for some interesting recipes and wine pairings? Then head over to our wine pairing website. Thanks for listening and remember to always PURSUE YOUR PASSION! Sláinte! Please support our sponsor Dracaena Wines - Our Wines + Your Moments + Great Memories Use code 'Explore' at checkout to receive 10% off your first order
What's one of KB's biggest birthday wishes? Talking to Ramen & Pinot, of course! So today, we got the closest we could as Jessica Lanyadoo, astrologer, psychic medium, animal communicator, and podcast host, joins Kaitlyn to give her all the deets about her two boys. Jessica first tells us about her background and what it's like to live with this gift. Even though it might seem like a dream, she shares why some animals just don't want to communicate with us and which animals are “total dicks.” Then, she taps in to speak with Ramen, Kaitlyn's ride or die guy, and Pinot, who has a few preferences that may just surprise you. These two pups are very different and today they're revealing what makes for a perfect day with K&J and what makes for a total ‘no bones' day. Jessica is not holding back on sharing what the golden guys (or girl?) are really thinking. Birthday wish granted! STARBUCKS - STARBUCKS BAYA Energy drink is available online, at grocery stores, convenience stores, and gas stations nationwide. BIRDY GREY - Go to BirdyGrey.com and use code VINE for three free swatches and free shipping. LONDRE BODYWEAR - Londre is offering $17 off your first order at londrebodywear.com with code OTV17. PROGRESSIVE - Quote at Progressive.com to join the over 27 million drivers who trust Progressive.
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Mary Payne & Erin recap Episode 3 of 90 Day Fiance, Season 9: Pinot You Didn't. Ariella gets wine thrown in her face, which MP & Erin don't think she deserved. Bilal reveals his "real house" to Shaeeda, who should literally never trust this man about anything ever again. Why? Because he's the WORST. Jibri lamely tries to pit his mother & Miona against each other. Mohammed arrives from Egypt, then promptly tells us he wants Yvette to be just like "A Mother." And finally, Emily convinces Kobe to give her one night of sexytime before taking her home to meet Baby Koban. (MP & Erin just hope the bang night is worth it, because we're already Team Kobe and expect Emily to be a total disaster every week, going forward.) PLEASE FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM and Twitter & @pinkshadepod and TikTok @pinkshadepodcastCLICK HERE to join Pink Shade Bunkies on Patreon for our bonus shows every week: PINK SHADE BUNKIESJoin the closed Facebook group: Pink ShadeVisit the Pink Shade MERCH STORE – Hey Bunkie & Pink Shade logo items (Plus tons of 90 Day & LALU merch, Real Housewives items & more!) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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