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Wine Blast with Susie and Peter
Matching Food and Wine: 'Green Pizza'!

Wine Blast with Susie and Peter

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 8:48


First up: what on earth is a GREEN PIZZA??!!Well, it's a summer vegetable tart. But we couldn't quite bring ourselves to have that as our title. So we ran with 'green pizza'. Which it...almost is. What it definitely is, is utterly delicious comfort food. As well as going superbly well with a whole range of wines. So our kind of dish. It cries out for a fresh, crisp white. Particularly those made from  Sauvignon Blanc...but not exclusively. Here's what we went with:Villa Maria Taylor's Pass Sauvignon Blanc 2020, Marlborough, New Zealand (from £13.99)Zewenwacht Estate Sauvignon Blanc 2022, South Africa (£99 as part of the 12-bottle Discovery case from Wine Club by Majestic)Domäne Wachau Weissenkirchen Grüner Veltliner Smaragd 2021, Wachau, Austria (from £14.99)This episode is part of our food-and-wine matching mini-series brought to you in association with Wine Club by Majestic. The wines featured are all available in Majestic.This short-form Live episode is also available in video format so if you'd like to see us in action, check out our YouTube channel: Susie & Peter On Wine.The recipe for our 'green pizza' is available, together with all links, photos, wines and more details from the show, on our website: Show notes for Wine Blast S4 E1 - Matching Food and Wine: 'Green Pizza'!Do send us in your thoughts, we'd love to hear from you! What do you think of our choices? What are your favourite food-and-wine matches?Let us know your thoughts on Instagram or Twitter. Or send us a voice message via Speakpipe.

SWR2 Impuls - Wissen aktuell
Wie Winzer am Rand der Wüste Gobi Riesling anbauen

SWR2 Impuls - Wissen aktuell

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 4:28


Während in China früher der meiste Wein aus dem Ausland importiert wurde, wird inzwischen immer mehr Wein im eigenen Land angebaut. Am Rand der Wüste Gobi ist in den letzten Jahren ein Weingebiet entstanden. Doch die Produktion dort ist sehr aufwändig.

Urban Music Report
Jack's Splendid Wine and Food Show : Wines Of France Ep. 4 Alsace

Urban Music Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 11:59


On This Episode, Jack Maraffi, The Affluent Traveler, Shares His Experience in Alsace, the hidden Northern province of France, where perhaps the best Rieslings and Gewurztraminers are made. Watch The Complete Episodes Of Jack's Splendid Wine and Food Show on AppleTV, Roku and Verizon ConnectedTV Devices. Add The H20 Channel To Your Device.

Music in the Bottle
Brunch & Debut Albums

Music in the Bottle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 69:32


The guys are back at Carbon Stories and get things started by discussing debut albums by some of the top artists in the game. After a solid trap brunch, the guys discuss the next one & future dinners together. With the NFL season underway they talk about the Lions win against the Commanders a couple weeks ago & give their insights on the rest of the season. The BET Hip Hop Awards nominees were released & they spend some time giving their votes & thoughts on some of the artists in each category. Atlanta FX is back for it's last season & you already know the guys are tuned in! They share some all-time favorite songs & much more! Tune in to the full episode now! Riesling from Washington State was enjoyed this episode along with Sonoma County Syrah & Valpolicella Ripasso! Grab your glass & catch a vibe! If you haven't already, make sure you subscribe to the show on your preferred platform! Follow Music in the Bottle Instagram & shoot a tag to let the guys know you're tuned in! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/musicinthebottle/support

Vier Flaschen, der Weinpodcast des Hamburger Abendblatts
Vier Flaschen: Volle Punktzahl im Speedtasting!

Vier Flaschen, der Weinpodcast des Hamburger Abendblatts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 9:29


Noch nie hat ein Wein bei uns die vollen 30 Punkte erreicht, aber bei Zilliken Butterfly Riesling feinherb 2021 sind wir uns einig. Zu diesem Preis ist dieser Wein einfach top. Der Wein ist erhältlich unter www.silkes-weinkeller.de/vierflaschen

#WeinWirtschaft
Episode 134 - Im Gespräch mit Julia Seyffardt vom Weingut Diefenhadt

#WeinWirtschaft

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 25:04


Im Rheingau findet man ja vorwiegend Riesling und Spätburgunder- zurecht! Denn dort haben wir dafür auch die besten klimatischen Voraussetzungen. Heute stelle ich euch das Weingut Diefenhadt im schönen Martinsthal vor- die haben nicht nur einen leckeren Gutsausschank- die haben auch ein einzigartiges Weinbergshaus, wo sich die Einkehr in den Sommermonaten definitiv lohnt. Freut euch auf ein Gespräch mit Julia Seyffardt-was zu gewinnen gibts natürlich auch. Hier geht's zum Weingut: https://www.diefenhardt.comUnd hier zum Gewinspiel: https://podcast.kunze.tv Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Wine Crush Podcast - OR
Season 5, E17 Brooks Winery

Wine Crush Podcast - OR

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 57:54


We've got a reboot of our very first episode! We are very excited to have Janie Brooks back in the studio and this time she brought wine maker Chris Williams. We have a full hour with Janie and Chris this time around and it gives us some extra time to learn about all things Brooks! Join us as we chat about Jimi's legacy, Riesling and all the happening things around Brooks Wine! Coming soon... the full video of our interview on our YouTube Channel !!

Saturday Morning with Jack Tame
Bob Campbell: Stoneleigh 2021 Riesling from Marlborough

Saturday Morning with Jack Tame

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 3:25


Bob Campbell has been drinking the Stoneleigh 2021 Riesling from Marlborough and shares his thoughts. Bob's wine tip: Rieslings vary in sweetness and yet many fail to indicate sweetness level. All wines are legally obliged to show alcohol level. Alcohol level is a guide to sweetness. If a Riesling has an alcohol level of 12% or above it is likely to be dry or only very lightly sweet. If it has an alcohol level of 10% or less it is likely to be at least slightly sweet. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Méchants Raisins
Quelles régions viticoles vous font vibrer?

Méchants Raisins

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 29:47


Les Méchants Raisins sont de retour dans vos oreilles pour une 4e saison qui s'annonce enlevante. Cette semaine, à la carte des vins : le top 3 des régions viticoles qui nous font vibrer en ce moment et plusieurs belles suggestions pour la rentrée. Ils sont contents de se retrouver et ça s'entend ! Suggestions:  Mathieu  Massaya, Vallée de Bekaa 2019, Terrasses de Baalbeck, Liban 24,05 $ - Code SAQ 904102 – 14,5 % - 2,3 g/L  Domaine La Réméjeanne, Côtes du Rhône 2019, Les Chèvrefeuilles, France 24,35 $ - Code SAQ 14216208 – 14 % - 1,7 g/L – Biologique  Patrick  Carvalho Martins, Pacto 2020, Douro, Portugal 18,05 $ - Code SAQ 14491251 – 13 % - 1,4 g/L  Château des Tourettes, Tinus Pure Nature 2020, Vin de France 23,05 $ - Code SAQ 14999100 – 13,5 % - 1 g/L  Nadia  Gabin et Félix Richoux, Irancy 2017, France 36,25 $ - Code SAQ 14946497 – 13 % - 1,6 g/L – Biologique  Hirsch, Riesling 2019, Zöbing, Kamptal, Autriche 27,20 $ - Code SAQ 12196979 – 12,5 % - 4,8 g/L – Biologique  Mathieu  Vallée de la Bekaa Allemagne (pour les rouges) Rhône Sud Patrick  Santorin Chablis Bandol Nadia  Crus du Beaujolais Piémont des Appalaches Médoc Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr

California Wine Country
Sonoma Valley Wine

California Wine Country

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 30:55


Laura McGilley and Andriana Duckworth from Sonoma Valley Wine join Steve Jaxon, Dan Berger and Harry Duke on California Wine Country. Andriana Duckworth is the Executive Director and Laura McGilley is the Marketing and Communications Manager for the Sonoma Valley Vintners. The Sonoma Valley Vintners and Growers Alliance, known as Sonoma Valley Wine, is the voice of the Sonoma Valley wine region where there are 6 AVAs and 14,000 acres of vineyards. Dan Berger points out that in 1879 at Kunde Ranch, at the time called Dunfillin, made the first Cabernet Sauvignon in California. The Valley of the Moon Vintage Festival Sonoma Valley Wine is promoting The Valley of the Moon Vintage Festival in the uniquely beautiful town of Sonoma, on October 7 and 8, 2022. They have taken over the longest running festival of its type. The festival will be located mainly in the Sonoma Plaza. Friday October 7 is the Sonoma Legends dinner where wineries will host tables and bring their cellar wines. Saturday October 8 is the Grand Tasting with 45 or more wineries pouring. Don't miss the Grape Stomp on Saturday during the daytime festival, from 10 am to 4 pm. There will be live music, beer, wine, barbeque, kid zone, artisans and craftspeople. Valley of the Moon is the name that Jack London gave to this area. Dan Berger says the side roads in the area go through some of the most beautiful land anywhere. If you come for the festival, plan to take an extra day or two. Dan's cellar wine today is from Joiefarm, a Canadian winery in British Columbia. It is a 2012 called A Noble Blend. This wine is not available in the US but if you visit Canada, look for it. It is a blend of Gewurtstraminer and Riesling and others. It has a very interesting flavor profile. There is great diversity in the Sonoma Valley and Dan points out that there is also great quality. It is the birthplace of California wine, with Buena Vista being the first licensed winery in California. Three Tastings from Sonoma Valley They are tasting a 2019 Walt Chardonnay from San Giacomo Family Vineyards and Steve Jaxon really likes it. Dan says it is “really high quality wine” and that it is made to age two or three years, in order to show the oak against the fresh fruit flavors. The second wine is a Rose of Grenache from Hamilton Family Wines, an estate grown Sonoma Valley vineyards. Jess Wade is the winemaker who also has his own label. They do Rhone style wines very well in the Sonoma Valley. This wine is very dry but succulent. At room temperature, the earthy component of Grenache and a trace of cranberry are coming in. The third wine is a 2016 Muscardini Cellars Merlot from San Giacomo Family Vineyards, as is the first Chard. The famlly has been growing grapes for almost a hundred years. “Delicious” says Dan Berger.

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine
Casting Long Shadows over Columbia Valley w/ Gilles Nicault, Longshadows

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 31:29


After spending two decades promoting the wines of Washington State, Allen Shoup founded Longshadows, a collective of partnerships leveraging internationally renowned winemaking talent to express the best of the Columbia Valley. Director of Winemaking, Gilles Nicault, describes how the partnerships work from both a business and winemaking perspective; what he's learned from making wines with the likes of Michel Rolland to Randy Dunn; and how Washington State's wine profile has been elevated from this concept.  Don't forget to support the show on Patreon!Detailed Show Notes: Allen Shoup founded LongshadowsHe was CEO of Ste Michelle Wine Estates (“SMWE”) for 20 yearsHis mentor was Robert Mondavi, who founded Opus One, a collaboration between the old and new worldAt SMWE, Allen started collaborations with Eroica (Dr. Loosen) and Col Solari (Antinori)Wanted to build partnerships for Longshadows - showcase the Columbia Valley, which is east of the Cascade Mountains and has very dry terroir (~6 inches of rain/year), enabling great diversity of grapes to be grown (Bordeaux, Rhone, Italian, Spanish varieties)The name “Long Shadows” refers to renowned winemakers casting long shadows over the Columbia ValleyPartnershipsPoet's Leap, a Riesling w/ Armin Diel (Schollsgut Diel in Nahe, Germany)Saggi, a Super Tuscan (Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah blend) w/ Ambrogio & Giovanni Folonari (Tuscany)Pedestal, a Merlot w/ Michel Rolland (Pomerol)Pirouette, a Bordeaux style blend w/ Agustin Huneeus, Sr and Phillipe Melka (Napa)Feather, a Cabernet Sauvignon w/ Randy Dunn (Napa)Sequel, a Syrah w/ John Duval (Barossa Valley, Australia)Gilles crafts his own Cab / Syrah blend with 30 months in French oakAll partnerships were established when Longshadows was founded in 2003 except Folonari, which came in 2004All are true partnerships - each partner owns 25% of their labels, which are separate companies. They are not consultants and are not paid any other feesLongshadows does the sales & marketing for the winesWorking relationships w/ partners varyJohn Duval can be there during harvest (Southern Hemisphere)Partners did not give any recipes for wines but pitched in and developed styles togetherFruit sourced from across Columbia Valley and its 15 sub-AVAs through acreage contractsSource both old vines and can work with growers to plant specific clones (e.g., German clones for Poet's Leap Riesling vineyards)Volume of wines set by Allen Shoup and Dane Narbaitz (current President and Allen's son-in-law), choose quality over quantityWines that don't make the main wines go into 2nd label Nine HatsEach winemaker is so different. Gilles learned there are many ways to make winesE.g., Randy Dunn wants the jacks of the fruit in the wine, whereas Michel Rolland wants all of them outWinemakers are interested in what each other does but do not work togetherEach winemaker has their own allocation of vineyards and blocks for their winesSelling LongshadowsThe wine club “Key Club” is a big part of sales2 tasting rooms - at the winery (Walla Walla) and in Woodinville (near Seattle)Some distribution in the US and a few international marketsLongshadows was honored to be selected 4x to be served at the White HouseThe future - partners are getting older, and many are on the verge of retirement. Gilles to carry the flame forward with lessons he's learned from them Get access to library episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Vier Flaschen, der Weinpodcast des Hamburger Abendblatts
Vier Flaschen: Folge 78 mit dem Sommelier der MS Europa

Vier Flaschen, der Weinpodcast des Hamburger Abendblatts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 75:17


Er ist erst 23 Jahre alt, aber die wichtigste Person, wenn es auf der „MS Europa“ um Weine geht. Marcel Scherb ist Sommelier auf dem Hamburger Kreuzfahrtschiff, und hat einen von nur zwei Schlüsseln für die Räume auf Deck zwei, in denen 2000 Flaschen Champagner und Tausende weitere Flaschen Wein gelagert werden.

Hvad drikker Lillelund?
124: Rieslings mange ansigter

Hvad drikker Lillelund?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 31:07


Palle Weis og Niels Lillelund smager på riesling fra Østrig, Ungarn og Tyskland og finder forskelle og ligheder.Martin Müllen - Kabinett Feinherb 2020 – 160 kr. BichelDomaine Hurst – Lieu-dit Boland – Alsace 2018 – 205 kr. VinovaBründlmayer – Riesling Terrassen – Langenlois - Kamptal 2021 - 143 kr. (v/ 6 fl.) Jysk VinKrebs – Herxheimer Honigsack Riesling Trocken 2020 - 240 kr. hos BichelDomaine Hurst – Riesling Vieilles Vignes – Alsace 2020 – 165 kr. VinovaDomaine Gobelsburg – Riesling Kamptal 2021 - 100 kr. BichelJakob Schneider – Niederhäuser Hermannshöhle Spätlese – Nahe 2021. 189 kr. (v/ 6 fl.) Jysk Vin

Feuilletöne - Der Podcast mit wöchentlichem Wohlsein, der den Ohren schmeckt
Hans Winterberg, Voivod, Shake Stew und das Weingut Leitz

Feuilletöne - Der Podcast mit wöchentlichem Wohlsein, der den Ohren schmeckt

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 67:45


Moin! Diesmal mit Klassik, Speed-Progressive-Thrash Metal und Jazz. Mehr geht nun wirklich nicht. Wir beginnen mit Hans Winterberg, seiner 1. Symphonie, dem ersten Klavierkonzert und der Rhythmophonie. Gespielt vom RSB und Jonathan Powell am Klavier, unter der Leitung von Johannes Kalitzke. Danach machen wir weiter mit Voivod und 'Synchro Anarchy'. Und schließlich hören wir 'Heat' von der Band Shake Stew. Wein gibt es diesmal aus dem Supermarkt, und zwar vom Weingut Leitz. Wir verkosten einen Riesling aus dem Jahr 2020.

Vier Flaschen, der Weinpodcast des Hamburger Abendblatts
Speedtasting: Topwertung für diesen Riesling

Vier Flaschen, der Weinpodcast des Hamburger Abendblatts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 10:55


So viele Punkte gab es noch nie: Dr. Bürklin-Wolf Impression Riesling trocken 2021 hat uns begeistert. Der Wein ist erhältlich unter www.silkes-weinkeller.de/vierflaschen.

Bistum Würzburg
Segnung der ersten Weintrauben

Bistum Würzburg

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 2:13


Den Tag gemütlich mit einem Glas Wein ausklingen lassen: Am liebsten mit einem Würzburger Riesling oder Silvaner. Darauf freue ich mich heute Abend schon. Doch bevor so ein Wein trinkbar ist, braucht es einige Schritte. Einer davon ist die Traubenernte. Die startet für den neuen Jahrgang gerade wieder. Bischof Franz hat die ersten Trauben gesegnet.

Bärenstark
#101 Weinprobe in Katar

Bärenstark

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 39:48


Energie sparen. Wie sind eure Pläne? WM in Katar. Gucken oder nicht? Wein: Dornfelder und Riesling. Was sind die Unterschiede? Drucken: Wie viele Bäume wurden für das letzte Harry Potter gefällt? Fragen über Fragen und Frodo und Sam lassen euch wieder an ihren Ideen und Erinnerungen teilhaben. Also Lautstärke rauf und Bärenstark genießen. Kontaktdaten: Podcast "Bärenstark" mit Frodo und Sam https://baerenstark.podigee.io Instagram "Bärenstark" https://www.instagram.com/baerenstark.podcast/?hl=de Mail baerenstark.podcast@gmail.com

ACTUALITES - AZUR FM
Riquewihr : Le Chœur d'hommes vous invite à fêter le riesling ce week-end

ACTUALITES - AZUR FM

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 2:00


Du bon vin, des animations folkloriques et un concert de variété. Voici la recette de la fête du riesling, qui se tiendra ce samedi 10 et ce dimanche 11 septembre à Riquewihr. Cet événement, organisé par le Chœur d'hommes, nous est présenté par Jean-Christophe Muller, responsable communication de l'ensemble.  Le lien vers l'article complet : https://www.azur-fm.com/news/riquewihr-le-choeur-dhommes-vous-invite-a-feter-le-riesling-ce-week-end-913 

Die Stunde Null – Deutschlands Weg aus der Krise
Deutscher Wein 2022: „Das wird ein sehr, sehr guter Jahrgang“

Die Stunde Null – Deutschlands Weg aus der Krise

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 43:54


Lange Dürreperioden und Wetterkapriolen machen auch dem deutschen Weinbau zu schaffen. Allerdings sorgt der Klimawandel in manchen Regionen auch für bessere Ergebnisse. Die Traditions-Winzerin Bettina Bürklin-von Guradze erklärt im Podcast, warum das extreme Wetterjahr 2022 ihrem Riesling nicht geschadet hat – und welch hohe Preise sich mittlerweile für deutsche Weine erzielen lassen. // Weitere Themen: Warum es dem Staat so schwer fällt, die Menschen zu entlasten // Börsenupdate mit ntv-Expertin Katja Dofel +++60 Tage lang kostenlos Capital+ lesen - Zugriff auf alle digitalen Artikel, Inhalte aus dem Heft und das ePaper. Unter Capital.de/plus-gratis +++Unsere allgemeinen Datenschutzrichtlinien finden Sie unter https://datenschutz.ad-alliance.de/podcast.html +++Unsere allgemeinen Datenschutzrichtlinien finden Sie unter https://art19.com/privacy. Die Datenschutzrichtlinien für Kalifornien sind unter https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info abrufbar.

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.

Cork Rules
Episode 121: Corkbuzz, NYC

Cork Rules

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 7:19


Grace Hood, wine educator and certified sommelier, and Robert Tas get adventurous at the legendary New York City wine bar Corkbuzz in Union Square. Corkbuzz offers an extensive by-the-glass list which makes is a perfect place to exercise your wine tasting palette and explore new blends and maybe a bottle or two. Grace identifies a white varietal that is not usually found in the States, a super-rare Italian white, and an orange wine from Oregon. And to complement the juice, Corkbuzz also serves award-worthy meals for the hungry, and delicious charcuterie boards for the snackish.  Wines and grapes reviewed include: 2019 Colombera & Garella Vispavola from Piedmont, Italy The piquepoul noir from the south of France A blend of Riesling, muller-thurgau, gewurztraminer and pinot gris For more information on today's episode, and the wines you love to love, visit www.corkrules.com.

Wein verstehen leicht gemacht
Weine aus Luxemburg (WEIN062)

Wein verstehen leicht gemacht

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 34:21


Hidden Gems von der MousselleLuxemburg liegt an der Mosel und damit in unmittelbarer Nähe zu Deutschlands bekannten Riesling-Anbaugebiet. Mit seinen 1.300 ha Anbaufläche hat das Großherzogtum Luxemburg aber mengenmäßig nicht all zuviel am europäischen oder globalen Weinmarkt beizutragen. Jedoch hat es Dank der Römer und Klöster eine sehr lange Weinbautradition. Das Land an sich ist auf dem Markt nicht sehr bekannt; weil es aber dank seiner besonderen besonderen Geologie mit Buntsandstein- und Keuperböden, die sich von der Deutschen Schiefer-Mosel deutlich unterscheidet, eine andere Stilistik liefert, sollte sie sich größerer Beachtung erfreuen können. Auf etwa 1.300 ha Anbaufläche werden zu 90% weiße Rebsorten angebaut. Allen voran mit etwa 30% Anteil wird Müller-Thurgau (Rivaner) angebaut. Das ist insofern spannend, weil damit eine Rebsorte mir eher mittelmäßigem Qualitätspotential die größte Menge liefert. Der Boden bestehend aus Keuper und Buntsandstein stellt eine spannende Mineralität vor allem für Spätburgunder (>10%) und Riesling zur Verfügung. Die Cremant aus dem kleinen europäischen Binnenland müssen in traditioneller Flaschengärung hergestellt werden und sind zu meist reinsortig. Die Zuteilung der einzelnen Weine werden in die offizielle Quailitätspyramide wird anhand einer staatlichen Prüfung eingeteilt. Neben Schaumweinen werden auch Spätlesen und manchmal Eisweine produziert. Die verkosteten WeineVerkostung (Wein #86): Domain Henri Ruppert, Cremend de Luxembourg "Essentiell", NV Verkostung (Wein #87:) Domain Henri Ruppert, Auxerois Ich wünsche Euch viel Spaß beim Hören und sende Euch genußreiche Grüße Euer Florian Weinakademiker – Diploma in Wine and Spirits (DipWSET)

Vin for begyndere
31. Saar i Mosel - Riesling - GG, Alte Reben og Kabinett

Vin for begyndere

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 64:29


Vinene i dette afsnit er skænket af Mr. Ruby  https://mr-ruby.dk/ Smagekasse https://mr-ruby.dk/shop/smagekasse-reverchon-527p.html ………………………….. Saar er et af de køligste områder Mosel og så er det tilmed vinblæst. Der er faktisk for koldt til at dyrke vin, men vinbønderne formår alligevel at lave top-vin - selvfølgelig på riesling. I dette afsnit smager vi en GG, en Kabinett og en Alte Reben fra huset Reverchon. Hvad er det, der så særligt ved Saar-området, hvordan udmærker det sig og hvordan smager vinene derfra? Hvilken jordbund findes i Saar, hvordan er det med stokkene efter vinlusens hærgen og hvilke tyske regler spænder ben for forståelsen af tør/sød i vinene fra Saar? I Mosel findes også producentsammenslutningen Bernkasteler Ring, som har lidt anderledes regler end den nationale tyske kvalitets-producentorganisation VDP - ja det skal ikke være nemt i Tyskland… Hvad kendetegner Bernkasteler Ring? For Prins Knud tager vi også lige betegnelserne Kabinett/Feinherb, da de af en eller anden grund også er lidt anderledes Saar. Til slut snakker vi om prop vs. skruelåg på ældre vin og hører en lille rejsebeskrivelse fra en lytter og svarer på spørgsmål om beskæringsformer.   Vi smager på 1) Alte Raben, Ockfener Bockstein, Reverchon 2019https://mr-ruby.dk/shop/2019-ockfener-bockstein-523p.html 2) GG, Ockfener Bockstein, Reverchon 2019https://mr-ruby.dk/shop/2019-ockfener-bockstein-510p.html 3) Kabinett Feinherb, Filzener Herrenberg, Reverchon 2020 https://mr-ruby.dk/shop/2020-filzener-herrenberg-524p.html ....................... 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  

France Culture physique
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France Culture physique

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 28:48


durée : 00:28:48 - Les Bonnes Choses - par : Caroline Broué - Chenin, Riesling, Grenache, Gamay, Syrah... Focus sur les cépages, leur géographie et les histoires qu'ils ont à nous dire en compagnie de la journaliste et historienne du vin Laure Gasparotto et de la sommelière du restaurant “Äponem” (Hérault) Gaby Benicio. - invités : Laure Gasparotto journaliste spécialiste du vin

Les bonnes choses
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Les bonnes choses

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 28:48


durée : 00:28:48 - Les Bonnes Choses - par : Caroline Broué - Chenin, Riesling, Grenache, Gamay, Syrah... Focus sur les cépages, leur géographie et les histoires qu'ils ont à nous dire en compagnie de la journaliste et historienne du vin Laure Gasparotto et de la sommelière du restaurant “Äponem” (Hérault) Gaby Benicio. - invités : Laure Gasparotto journaliste spécialiste du vin

Le grand podcast de voyage
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Le grand podcast de voyage

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 28:48


durée : 00:28:48 - Les Bonnes Choses - par : Caroline Broué - Chenin, Riesling, Grenache, Gamay, Syrah... Focus sur les cépages, leur géographie et les histoires qu'ils ont à nous dire en compagnie de la journaliste et historienne du vin Laure Gasparotto et de la sommelière du restaurant “Äponem” (Hérault) Gaby Benicio. - invités : Laure Gasparotto journaliste spécialiste du vin

The Wine Show Australia
Stephen Henschke - Henschke Wines (Barossa-Eden Valley)

The Wine Show Australia

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 27:46


Stephen Henschke speaks with Simon and Jill about the recent best Riesling win in the 2023 Halliday awards. He also talks about the new cellar door and how that served them well during covid and beyond. We also hear some of the history of this long-standing wine family. @thewineshowaustralia @henschke @winecompanion

Genuss im Bus - der mobile Wein-Podcast
Fred Loimer - auf leise, subtile und wahrhaftige Art große Spuren hinterlassen

Genuss im Bus - der mobile Wein-Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 110:52


Fred Loimer entwickelt sein Weingut von einem bäuerlichen Kleinbetrieb, der jahraus jahrein die örtliche Gastronomie mit sogenannten Dopplern, also preiswerten Zwei-Liter-Flaschen mit einfachen, gefälligen Weinen beliefert, hin zu einem High-Tech-Weingut, bevor er dann den Weg zu einem biodynamischen Weingut einschlägt und die Weinbereitung sukzessive und im Einzelfall pragmatisch nach interventionsarmen, low-tech Prinzipien organisiert - mit sehr viel Gespür für Mensch und Natur, Ästhetik und Architektur.

Movies and Booze on Moncrieff
Movies and Book: #ThirteenLives

Movies and Booze on Moncrieff

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 42:04


Paul Ryder, Ester McCarthy and Leslie Williams all joined Sean Moncrieff for this week's movies and booze with thanks to Marks and Spencer. This week's wines are listed below all with thanks to Marks and Spencer. Leitz ‘Ein Zwei Zero' Non-Alcoholic Rosé, Rheinessen, Germany. Stockists: Independents - Donnybrook Fair, Fresh, Jus de Vine, McHughs, Redmonds, Vintry, JJ O'Driscolls, O'Donovans, Matsons, World Wide Wines. Fritz Haag Riesling Trocken, Mosel, Germany Stockists: Blackrock Cellar, Martins, FX Buckley Grocers, Jus de Vine, Vintry, The Corkscrew Fritz Haag have 17.5ha of Riesling on the steep slopes of the Mosel where slate soils, South facing hills and even the reflection of the river all contribute to the flavors.

Vintec Club Podcast
#12 Nicholas Brown, Winemaker & Owner of Black Estate (North Canterbury, NZ)

Vintec Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 40:48


California Wine Country
Thirty-Seven Wines’ Al and Lisa Brayton

California Wine Country

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 19:21


Al and Lisa Brayton of Thirty-Seven Wines join Steve Jaxon and Dan Berger on California Wine Country. Their winery is located in the Petaluma Gap, the new AVA in southern Sonoma County that is characterized by its windy conditions. When they chose their winery's name, they wanted to give it a sense of place and since they were located on Highway 37, they chose that number. They also chose a logo, an ancient symbol called the Flower of Life, which is composed of many circles placed close together. Later, they discovered that there are thirty-seven circles in the design. They took this coincidence as a sign that they had chosen the right name. We usually begin tasting with a wine from Dan Berger's extensive personal cellar. Instead of that, Dan has brought a winning wine from a competition where he was a judge earlier today, the Mendocino County Wine Competition. This is the 47th consecutive year of that competition. This wine was served in the sweepstakes round. It is the Navarro 2021 Premiere Reserve Chardonnay. This later was announced as a Double Gold Medal winner, the top wine in its category. It's very good but definitely also very young. All About Albariño Lisa tells about their 2019 Albariño, which they have brought in. Albariño is a Spanish and Portuguese variety that Dan Berger describes as semi-aromatic. Dan describes how it starts out young with floral flavors then changes slightly with a few years of bottle aging, picking up fruit flavors. Steve had a Thirty-Seven Malbec last night and enjoyed it. They didn't bring one but they did bring a Blau Frankisch for later. But Dan says their Malbec is more delicate than other Malbecs especially the Argentinian. The credit goes to their winemaker, Shane Finley, who has been there since 2013. They grow Albariño for their own production but there is very little demand for it in California and hardly anybody grows it. Next they open their 2019 Riesling, Dan's favorite. It starts sweet but the aftertaste is dry. The vineyard is challenging, it's on a southern facing slope and they lost about half of it to a slide. It takes a lot of work in the vineyard. The Wind of Petaluma Gap Al and Dan both talk about the wind in Petaluma Gap and how it influences the grapes and wines of this new AVA. They have average wind speeds of 8 miles-per-hour, to qualify for the AVA. It cuts your yield, makes berry size smaller and makes thicker skins, but those factors increase flavors and character in the wine. Dan goes into detail here, in the 15th minute.

Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People
125: 'Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People' Podcast: Episode 116; Nik Weis, winemaker and owner of St Urbans-Hof Nik Weis.

Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 59:54


The final ‘Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People' Podcast interview from the German wine region of Mosel is with oh so impressive Nik Weis, the winemaker and owner of St Urbans-Hof Nik Weis.  A wide-ranging interview from the impact the Second World War had on the local wine industry to “the Margarita effect” that comes with a great off-dry Riesling.  Speaking of great the people in my party (shout out to @winebottletravels) were practically swooning over the lineup of wines we were fortunate to taste.  I loved hearing Nik's passion as he counted his earlier days as a winemaker when he was voted into Germany's renowned, and damn hard to become a member of Association of German Quality Wine Estates (VDP).

Wine for Normal People
Ep 436: Wine Faults -- what are they, how to spot them, and what to do about them

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 52:07 Very Popular


Wine is a product of nature, human intervention, chemistry, and it's subject to many outside influences – storage, transport, handling – that can do a number on what's inside the bottle. In this episode, we cover the main things that could go wrong with wine, how they got there, and what to do about it (where possible)! Photo: Pixabay Shout out to Jamie Goode, the outstanding scientist and wine writer who makes so many complex science concepts so easy to understand. Here is the link to his book, “The Science of Wine from Vine to Glass,” from which some of the reference materials for the pod were taken. Also to “Sotheby's Wine Encyclopedia,” who (always with the humor of Tom Stevenson) brings up a number of very real faults that a lot of the mainstream wine press forget to mention (sauerkraut, anyone?). Other sources are below!   Here are the show notes: We start with defining what a flaw is in a wine, versus a taint, as defined by Jamie Goode. Then we talk about just plain old sucky wine. Flaw v Taint: Flaw is endemic to the wine, it happened in winemaking or vineyard Taint is from outside winemaking, like from packaging or from the winery We discuss the Japanese concept that talks about how small flaws can accentuate beauty (it is called Wabi-Sabi, the art of imperfection). Not all technical flaws are bad!     NOT FLAWS: Next we tackle things that need to be dealt with, but aren't flaws or taints: Sediment: What is it? Tannin chains combining and falling out of solution. Looks like your coffee filter threw up or there are brown flakes in the wine. What do you do? Decant, get a filter Sediment on a glass from Canva Images Cork floating in your wine: What is it? User error or an old cork. If you break the cork when you take it out, it may drop some flakes into the wine. If it's an old cork, this is even more likely! What do you do? Fish it out with you finger, a spoon, or get a filter Film/oily looking stuff on the surface: What is it? Most likely it's dishwashing soap residue from either glasses or decanter What do you do? Clean your glasses of the residue, send the glass back if you're in a restaurant. At home, warm water is often good enough to clean wine glasses as long as you have a good brush   Bubblegum, pear drop, nail-polish like aromas: What is it? These aromas come from carbonic maceration, a red winemaking technique where the winemaker ferments the grapes with no oxygen or yeast. Instead they use carbon dioxide to promote the conversion of sugar and malic acid to alcohol. Byproducts of this process are these aromas, and more to boot. Overly cool fermentations can also cause these types of aromas. What do you do? If you hate this, chuck the bottle or give it away and remember you don't like wines made with carbonic maceration. Never buy Beaujolais Nouveau! Tartrate crystals: What is it? Crystals appear either on the side of the cork that was in contact with the wine or, often, at the bottom of the glass in white wines. Tartaric acid was not fined, filtered or stabilized out so tartaric acid crystals formed and the wine cleaned itself up naturally! What do you do? Dare I say it again? Get a filter and get them out if they are in your wine. If they are on the cork, admire how pretty they are and enjoy the wine. Earthiness, green pepper notes: What is it? Just normal wine flavors. The earthiness could be from terroir or it could be the grape. Green pepper is from a compound called methoxypyrazine that is common in Cabernet Sauvignon and its parents, Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc What do you do? If you love it, drink wines with those profiles. If not, there are plenty of wines without these characteristics Before getting into the major faults, I discuss one that is on the line: Cloudy/Hazy wine: If it's not sediment causing the problem, it could be protein. It may settle out or it may just be part of the wine. Natural wines and unfiltered wines have haze often. Just proceed with caution if you see it. It could be fine or indicate a flaw to come.     Then we hit the hard-core flaws   1. Cork taint What is it? It comes across as musty, wet dog, wet wool, cardboard or, at lower levels, as a wine with acidity and bitterness but no fruit flavor. It is caused by a molecule called TCA, which lives in the pockets of corks but also barrels, cardboard, wood cases, and corks (so yes, screw cap wines can have taint!)   What do you do? About 1-3 bottles in 100 have TCA taint, since cork is better chosen and sanitized now. People also use cork alternatives – plastic corks, screw caps, etc, but event those aren't foolproof. If you get a corked wine, return it. There's no fixing it (although occasionally if the wine is just musty, a good swirl and some time will bring it back)   Photo: Pexels    2. Oxidation What is it? When too much oxygen enters the wine in production, bottling, or storage (the cork or screw cap wasn't affixed properly), the wine can be exposed to too much oxygen. Oxygen is important to making a wine taste great when it's in your glass but if it has too much oxygen before you are ready to drink it, it can make white wines a little brown/tawny, reds a little orange/brown. They will have Sherry-like notes, which shouldn't be there and they will acquire nutty, smelly caramel notes in reds or, if it occurs with Volatile Acidity – vinegar notes. Oxidized wine can also be flat in flavor and aroma   What do you do? If it tastes ok to you, drink it! It won't get better so if you hate it and it's oxidized, bring it back       3. Volatile acidity (VA) What is it? When acetic acid or lactic bacteria is present on the grapes or in the winemaking and has these substances have sufficient oxygen to grow, the wine will taste like vinegar, or nail polish remover. At low levels, VA can present savory and sweet notes that taste good, but at high levels the wine is undrinkable. What do you do? Bring it back for an exchange or refund     5. Reduction/sulfur issues What is it? If you make wine in a reductive fashion – with very little oxygen and utilize too much sulfur, things can go wrong. Yeast make volatile sulfur compounds and things go bad quickly. Hopefully the winemaker catches it before bottling. If not, your wine will smell like burnt rubber, skunk, onion, garlic, rotten eggs, and smelly drains. These are ethyl mercaptans and they are so gross.   What do you do? If any of the above listed smells are in your wine, return it. There is one related thing, however, that may be ok: the smell of matchstick or flint. You may find those aromas in wines that have been made in a reductive fashion. If you swirl or aerate the wine, it will blow off. If your wine has a struck match aroma, rather than a burnt one, give it a few minutes before you issue a verdict and return it.   Reductive wines can smell like skunk!  Photo: Pixabay   5. Maderized wine What is it? The wine has been cooked from poor storage or transport. Often these wines are also oxidized (bonus!). They taste like stewed fruit, burnt caramel, and jam. If you look at cork you may see wine leaking out, and when you remove the cork, there is often wine up and down the sides   What do you do? The wine is toast. You can't save it, so return it.     6. Bubbles in a still wine: What is it? Carbon dioxide has infiltrated the wine. It could be added for texture and style fizz like in Vinho Verde, some Austrian and German wines. OR, and this is the flaw, the wine was bottles with too much residual sugar after fermentation, and yeast were still alive. That fizz is an unplanned secondary fermentation happening in the bottle: re-fermentation has started   What do you do? If it's intentional, it's great. You can swirl to get the bubbles out and that sometimes works if you don't like seeing bubbles (or you can just make peace with them)! If it's frothy from secondary fermentation – it's spoiled, bring it back to the shop.       7. Lightstrike What is it? Ultraviolet (UV) and blue rays from artificial lights and the sun break up amino acids in wine and cause it to stink like cabbage, cauliflower, farmyard/poo skunk, and cardboard. This fault happens most often with whites and wine in clear bottles. According to San Francisco retailer J.J. Buckley, clear bottles block only 10% of light, amber bottles block 90% of light, and green bottles block 50% of light. That means whites and rosés in clear bottles are especially susceptible.   What do you do? The bottle is ruined, return it Cabbage smelling wine is often from Lightstrike Photo: Pixabay    8. Brettanomyces: What is it? Metabolites produced by yeast called Brettanomyces bruxellensis – (shortened to brett in wine parlance), wait around until AFTER fermentation, then they consume the residual sugar saccharomyces cerevisiae (normal yeast) have left. The byproducts are flavor chemicals that can lead to manure, horse saddle, band aid, medicinal, and metallic notes. This happens mostly in red wines, as white wines have acidity to protect them.   What do you do? How you view the wine is really based on taste. Flavors vary based on the strain of brett, and the level of it in the wine. At low levels it adds gaminess, earthiness, spice, and savory notes to the wine. It can be hard to pinpoint in a wine. If you like these types of flavors, you likely enjoy brett. If not, stick with more New World wines from larger wineries, as they really try to eliminate all traces of the metabolite!     9. Mousy What is it? In wines without sulfite protection, mainly natural wines these days, the wine has a few molecules that smell like a mouse or mouse pee. The wine can seem fine when you open it but then the aroma and flavor can appear as the wine is in the glass. Often it just stinks right from the get-go   What do you do? Sensitivity varies. Some people hate it, some are ok with it. Some can really detect it, others don't notice it. Again, it's down to personal choice whether or not you return the wine for the flaw or accept and like it.   10. Smoke taint Fires in California have caused smoke taint. Photo: Unsplash   What is it? A direct result of nearby wildfires. According to Australian research, grapes are most susceptible to smoke, ash, ashtray, singed, and cured meat notes if fires are near the grapes from the period after veraison (when grapes change color, the last stage of ripening) through harvest. Flavor compounds permeate the skins, especially and the result is red wines that are nearly impossible to save. Whites from wildfire vintages are usually ok, as there is no skin contact necessary and the pulp is protected by the skins, but red wines can't be fixed without affecting wine quality, for now.   What do you do? For now, there is no solution to smoke taint. If you see a wine is from a vintage and an area that had wildfires, caveat emptor. Some wineries will release a wine even if it's like choking on an ashtray. Better to stick with whites from the area, if you can.    _______________________________ Other stuff not always on the taint list!   Soapiness: Happens when acids produced by yeast are like salts: Caprylic acid salt (decanoic acid), and leave a soapy taste especially in white wines. They smell like soap but are fruitier. This note is common in high-alcohol wines. (Source: the "Le Nez Du Vin" wine faults kit and Sotheby's Wine Encyclopedia). Like everything, a small amount is tolerable, a larger amount is a fault (and of course, make sure that soapiness isn't from actual soap, as previously mentioned) Soapiness is a fault in a wine!    Cheese: If it's subtle or in an old Riesling, cheese notes are usually good and integrate with the wine's flavors. If it's more like stinky cheese, it's from ethyl butryrate and the wine is done: Take it back     Geranium notes in sweet wines are from sorbic acid or the degradation of geraniol aromas. It is considered a flaw, as are the phenol off-flavors of Carnation notes. Whether or not you like the wine is a matter of taste, but in high concentrations, it is gross and a flaw.   Sauerkraut notes are a bridge too far beyond sour milk or sour cream and are from too much bacteria in the malolactic fermentation. Yuck! This is a definite return to the shop!     This is by no means a total and complete list, but we did the best we can and hopefully it will help you ID what is a flawed or tainted wine and what is just a wine that is poorly made and bad.   _______________________________________________________________ Thanks to our sponsors this week:  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

Killin' It In Real Estate
Killin' It In Real Estate - Law, Learning, & Luscious Wine

Killin' It In Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 30:58


Have you ever thought about taking classes to become a Broker? Me too. Seems a little daunting, doesn't it? Well, sit down with Heather Walton, Stephanie Garomon, and I as we discuss a broker class that focuses on real estate law. Will it magically make us attorneys? No. But will it provide a road map for potential issues that Realtors® see daily? Yes. And if you're thinking about taking this course at  Bucks County Real Estate Institute, you'll be not only instructed but also entertained by esteemed Realtor® and Attorney (and past podcast guest!) Alex Shnayder. Learn more and sign up today! When you've finished the class (or just finished *thinking* about taking your career as a Realtor® to the next level), sit down and enjoy a glass of sweet Riesling in honor of Heather, or chill with a glass of Cabernet, Stephanie's favorite. 

Food, Wine & Whiskey - In Your Own Backyard Podcast
Riesling - An Introductory Conversation To This Grape and Wine ep. 104

Food, Wine & Whiskey - In Your Own Backyard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 61:48


Chris Ruhland joins the show again for this conversation.  As a person who enjoys wine I am new to Riesling.  I have found that this grape is fantastic but there is a wide range of styles you can get and to be honest, it can be very confusing.  I have Chris on to kind of give me an introduction to this grape and wine and provide some understanding of what is in the bottle and ultimately in our glass.  I learned a lot and these are the reasons I love wine, the journey will never be over. 

Wines To Find
Wines To Find, Ep 132: If You Love Riesling Try These

Wines To Find

Play Episode Play 35 sec Highlight Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 20:47


Wines: 2020 Willm Reserve Pinot Blanc and  2019 Arthur Metz GewürztraminerContinuing in our "if you like this, try that" series, we have some varietals Riesling lovers should try: Pinot Blanc and Gewürztraminer. Both these wines come from the Alsace region of France, so we dig into some of the history, wine-making style and soil composition of the area as well as giving information on the flavor profile of wines typically made from the Pinot Blanc and Gewürztraminer grape.If you're looking to branch out from your tried and true bottle of Riesling or if you're just looking to learn a little about these grapes or if you just love listening to us talk wine, this is your ep! Listen today!About UsBuy us a Mimosa!Wines To Find Podcast,  Finalist in the 12th Annual TASTE AWARDS  in  four categories. -Best Drink or Beverage Program-Best New Series-Best Single Topic Series-Best Food or Drink PodcastWe have been listed in the Top 50 wine podcasts! https://blog.feedspot.com/wine_podcasts/==============Music from https://filmmusic.io "Night In Venice" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

Unreserved Wine Talk
190: Wine Stories, Food Pairings, and Canadian Wines with Inside Winemaking's Jim Duane

Unreserved Wine Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 29:58


What is it really like to be a wine industry insider? How can stories help you to learn? What makes Riesling one of the most food-friendly wines?   In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm being interviewed by Jim Duane, winemaker and host of the Inside Winemaking Podcast.   You can find the wines we discussed at https://www.nataliemaclean.com/winepicks   Highlights What was my path from high-tech marketer to wine writer? How can you find out what it's really like to be on the inside of the wine industry? What can you expect from my upcoming third book? How can novices and experts benefit from my online food and wine pairing classes? Which types of food can you best pair with an off-dry Riesling? How can you use the food and wine matching tool on my website to plan your next wine-paired dinner? What do you need to know about Canadian wine?   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 Jim Duane Jim Duane studied biology at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington then worked at Brancott Vineyards in New Zealand. Hauling rocks in the vineyard, he says, helped him get ready for graduate school at the renowned University of California at Davis oenology program. In 2004, he moved to Napa where he's been ever since. Jim is now the winemaker at Seavey Vineyard in California's Napa Valley. Prior to that, he worked at Stag's Leap Wine Cellars and Robert Mondavi Winery. In 2014, he launched a podcast called Inside Winemaking, which is ranked one of the most popular wine podcasts. In 2021, he launched Terratorium Wines as a direct result of his podcast and winemaking classes. Jim and his wife Erin have two daughters that keep them busy. Recently, he notes, they logged four pulled-teeth in a 36-hour period.     To learn more about the resources mentioned in this episode, visit https://www.nataliemaclean.com/190.

Moms on the Rocks
Surprise Visitors, 90 Day Fiance & Seeking Sister Wife

Moms on the Rocks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 86:45


Guess who's coming to visit? Amanda fills us in on a surprise blast from the past before jumping into Seeking Sister Wife. Sidian sheds his pretty blouse to reveal a moderate case of anemia, while Arielle tries to nourish him back to health with a dirty handful of rice. Nick and April prey upon Danielle, luring her with candied carrots and Riesling while she cooks in a hot tub. Twas another boring week on 90 Day Fiance, but that never stops us from watching, right? See what we did there, using therapist affirmatives like Jibri's mom? Ari's mom forgets that her daughter has already been a bride before, and Emily's family attempts to bite their racists tongues. Wait, maybe THAT'S why Emily is always chewing on hers? Please leave a 5-Star Review, thank you!Shop our new Merch Store! Coyote Pass! So Tiny So Cold!Join our closed/private Facebook GroupFollow us on Instagram & TwitterWE LOVE TO HATE TV on Patreon*Tier 1: Real Housewives of Beverly Hills *Tiers 2+: RHOBH & Sister Wives S3E4TOTAL REQUEST PODCAST*Tier 1: How I Met Your Mother Series Finale*Tier 2: Sex and the City Series Finalelink.chtbl.com/wlthewww.lovetohatepod.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Long Island Tea
Down Port Happenings

Long Island Tea

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 31:54


Today on the Tea, we are ON LOCATION in beautiful Port Jefferson village, or as the locals say “Down Port” at The Space at Port Jefferson, a multi-purpose studio and event space in the heart of the village. Michael Magaraci, our Social and Digital Content Creator is filling in for Kristen today and spilling lots of tea! We are also talking to Kevin Wood, Director of Economic Development for the village of Port Jefferson about some of the exciting events coming up in town, most notably the Port Paws Dog Festival, July 23-24, featuring a dock dogs jumping competition that you do not want to miss if you're a dog lover! **GIVEAWAY ALERT**We are giving away tickets to the Port Paws dog festival, the Long Beach Film Festival, And more! As always please like and follow our Instagram for your chances to win!@LongIslandTeaPodcast#LONGISLANDLIFEPort Paws Dog Festhttps://www.portpawsdogfest.com/The Space at Port Jefferson https://www.thespaceatportjefferson.comFor full lists of events in Port Jefferson visit the Port Jeff Village and Chamber of commerce official sites:Port Jefferson Village https://portjeff.comPort Jefferson Chamber of Commercehttps://www.portjeffchamber.comASK US ANYTHING!DM us on Instagram or email us at spillthetea@discoverlongisland.com. Tell us what you want to hear! Whether it is Long Island related or not, the ladies are here to spill some tea with you!ABOUT LONG ISLAND TEA:For more details on our show, visit https://discoverlongisland.com/tea.TAG US!@DiscoverLongIsland and @LongIslandTeaPodcast and join the conversation!WINE OF THE WEEK:Peconic Bay Vineyards Riesling: This beautiful Riesling is slightly off-dry, with aromas of honeysuckle and peach, and intense flavors of tree fruits and meyer lemon on the palette.https://peconicbayvineyards.comLong Island Tea is sponsored by Long Island Wine Country. Visit https://liwines.com/TEA TIME:Kristen and Sharon's recommendations are listed on Amazon!Check out our Amazon Affiliate link:www.amazon.com/shop/discoverlongislandWATCH US:And SUBSCRIBE on YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/DiscoverLongIslandNYFOLLOW US:Follow The Long Island Tea podcast on:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/longislandteapodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Long-Island-Tea-Podcast-101538728517461Twitter: https://twitter.com/longislandteapodcastWRITE TO US:Email spillthetea@discoverlongisland.com if you are interested in collaborating with us, need some "uncorked advice"or if you just want to say “How you doin?”RATE AND REVIEW US:Be sure to leave us a 5 star rating and review on Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/long-island-tea/id1538642018Kristen and Sharon will read their favorite reviews on a future episode.WEAR US:Shop Long Island gear at https://shop.discoverlongisland.comPARTNER WITH US:If you are a Long Island business, find out about Discover Long Island's amazing partner benefits by visiting https://www.discoverlongisland.com/partners/ Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Black Wine Guy Experience
Let the Good Times Roll. Talking Roots, Riesling and Reggae with Skinny Pablo

The Black Wine Guy Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 99:18


MJ's Guest today is music producer, fashion designer, foodie and DJ, Skinny Pablo! Based out of Long Beach, California, Skinny Pablo was born and raised on the island of Guam. He has recording credits including Lee "Scratch" Perry, Cypress Hill and Public Enemy. Skinny Pablo DJs events such as RieslingStudy, and started his own party called Riesling & Reggae in Los Angeles. His favorite wine is Mosel Riesling. He loves to read Bukowski and do art in his spare time. On this episode, MJ and Skinny Pablo discuss the many layers of creativity in Skinny's artist's heart. His innate talents for DJing started with his Chamorro roots, growing up on Guam in a family that loved to host parties. Skinny describes how his palate for marajuana - a big influence in his life - taught him to develop his palate for German wines. Packed full of stories from inside the recording studio with Skinny's hero and mentor, B Real of Cypress Hill, to rolling huge joints for Mike Tyson and a deep dive into the beautiful bottles of Stein he brought to the studio - this episode is one “Buddha-fied funky” trip. A huge thank you to Skinny Pablo! Follow him on IG @ skinny.pabloKeep up with all his projects at: skinnypablo.com Buy his custom clothing at: https://www.mosaigalleria.com/skinnypabloThis episode's in studio wine:2015 Stein Alfer Hölle Riesling 19002017 Stein Riesling "Ohne"_____________________________________________________________Until next time, cheers to the mavericks, philosophers, deep thinkers, and wine drinkers! Don't forget to subscribe and be sure to give The Black Wine Guy Experience a five-star review on whichever platform you listen to.For insider info from MJ and exclusive content from the show sign up at Blackwineguy.comFollow MJ @blackwineguy Thank you to our sponsor: Taub Family Selections. Taub Family Selections is a dynamic fourth generation, family-owned wine import company with a truly enviable portfolio of fine wines from 11 countries. They are proud to represent an exceptional portfolio of high quality, terroir centric and historic producers from around the world. Learn more at www.taubfamilyselections.comThank you to our sponsor: Independence Wine and Spirits - or IWS. IWS is owned by the Taub family, who have re-entered the NY wholesale market, bringing the family back to its roots in distribution where they held court from 1951 – 2004. To learn more about IWS go to: https://independencewine.comThank you to our sponsor: Grapes The Wine Company. Looking to special order that bottle you had on vacation? Need to find a bourbon your boss has never tried? How about wrapped bottle gifts for teachers, coaches or your salesforce? Grapes The Wine Company can provide all this and more! Zoom tastings, winemaker dinners, wine driven charity events, cellar consultations, stellar suggestions… they do it all. To learn more about GTWC go to: https://www.grapesthewineco.com/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Vin for begyndere
27. Washington State - Cabernet Sauvignon/Syrah, Riesling og Syrah (rosé)

Vin for begyndere

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 72:23


Vinene i dette afsnit er skænket af Holte Vinlager. www.holtevinlager.dk Smagekasse:https://www.holtevinlager.dk/smagesaet-fra-washington/ .................................. Rock'n'roll! Kontrasterne står i kø i Washington State, hvor vi skal smage vin fra Yakima Valley og Columbia Valley. Charles Smith (Kung Fu Girl) og Charles Bieler er gået sammen og har lavet de tre vine, der smages på i afsnitttet under navnet Charles & Charles. Hvad er historikken på de to? Hvilken breddegrad ligger Washington State på, hvordan er kliamet og hvad gør området specielt? Kan man zoneinddele området og hvor stort er området egentlig i forhold til Californien? 64+26+10 er vel 100 ikke sandt? Måske og måske ikke… Det kan nemlig snyde en smule, når der angives drueprocenter på etikketten. Kan man dyrke Cabernet Sauvignon i Washington State,  hvordan har området klaret sig igennem vinlusens hærgen og hvordan er Cab's smag i WS i forhold til i Californien? Til slut svarer vi på lytterspørgsmål om hvor vinbønder køber deres vinplanter, når de skal nyplante og hilket paradoks kan man støde på? ....................... 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

Vino101
VinoWeek - Episode 69 - Wildfire Hangover

Vino101

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022


Bill and I get together for a new podcast after an extended absence. On this podcast you can find out where we've been, what's new in wine country and what we've been drinking and eating.It's summertime so we find ourselves drinking less red wine and more rosé and white wines. Our wine recommendation for this week is the Mönchhof Ürzig Würzgarten Riesling Kabinett. The Mönchhof is said to be one of the oldest wine estates in the West German Mosel Valley dating back to 1177. This fruity off dry version of a 100% Riesling is grown on vertiginous, brick colored, cliff-like hills that tower over the village of Urzig which sits on the left bank of the Mosel river.A light yellow color with a tinge of green this Riesling has a lovely green apple, lime, lees and jasmine blossom nose. Lovely baking spice, honeyed peaches complexity on the palate, with fresh bright acidity balancing out the light sweetness. A lovely way to welcome in the summer this sublime Riesling would pair well with a variety of fried foods, charcuterie boards, vegetables and sushi. Thanks to everyone for listening. Cheers! World Beer Cup 2022

Wine Talks with Paul Kalemkiarian
Austrian wine is world class. Franz Leth tells you why.

Wine Talks with Paul Kalemkiarian

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 49:47


Franz Leth tells us why Austrian wines deserve a seat at the table of world class wines. A family owned winery with generations of experience that continues to press the virtues of the Austrian noble grape; Gruner Veltliner. Gruner (as we call it in the trade) can produce wines of great variety and style. Much like Riesling, it can produce wines of great acidity and backbone, wines of elegance and finesse, sparkling wines and dessert wines. Come on an audio journey with Franz to the vineyards outside of Vienna.  You will be intrigued and enlightened.

Everyday Wine with Kris Levy
Ep. 44: How to Leverage an Understanding of Wine Economics for your Wine Business with Mike Veseth, The Wine Economist

Everyday Wine with Kris Levy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 34:40


Mike Veseth (pronounced VEE-seth) is editor of The Wine Economist newsletter (WineEconomist.com) and author of more than a dozen books including Wine Wars (2011),  Around the World in Eighty Wines (2018) and Wine Wars II: The Global Battle for the Soul of Wine (2022). He is a sought-after speaker at wine industry meetings both in the United States and around the world.  His writings on wine and globalization have been widely praised.   In this episode, let's get nerdy and talk about micro and macroeconomics in wine!     [00:01 – 07:18] Opening Segment   I introduce our guest for this episode Wine comes from places and has stories! How Mike became a wine economist   [07:19 – 16:36] The Professor and the Blogger     Mike Veseth versus Michael Veseth What's in Mike's blog? Writing Wine Wars in 2011 Leaving a mark through The Wine Triple Crisis   [16:37 – 22:53] The Wine Triple Crisis   The Environmental Crisis The Economic Crisis The Wine Identity Crisis   [22:54 – 29:57] How Wineries in the 21st Century Stay on Top of Wine Economics   Listen to the podcast Follow the literature in the wine industry Go to com Read The Wine Economist Blog   [29:58 - 34:40] Closing Segment   Learn everything you need to grow your wine, business, or brand with Wine Business Bootcamp where I help other wine producers master the fundamentals of digital marketing, nail their customer experience, and convert more wine tasters into their wine clubs and other offers. Just send me a dm or email at kris@krislevy.comwith the subject: Wine Business Bootcamp Favorite Wine Riesling and Pinot Portugal Red Blend Favorite go-to pairing Riesling and cheeses Wine Resource Contacts List   Connect with Mike TheWineEconomist.com and don't forget to grab your very own Wine Wars II! Twitter, Instagram, and Linkedin: @MikeVeseth Facebook: @TheWineEconomist and @MikeVeseth     Let's continue the Everyday Wine Conversations and connect with me through Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, or feel free to shoot me an email at kris@krislevy.co. You can also check   out my website at ​www.​klevywineco.com.   TELL US WHAT YOU THINK! LEAVE A REVIEW + help us get the word out there! Share this podcast to someone who wants to join the wine conversations. Go ahead and take a screenshot, share this to your stories, and tag me on Instagram!   JOIN THE CLUB through this link and handpick wines every month, from up and coming wineries, winemaker owned brands and wineries with unique stories while supporting those wineries directly. You can also join our Facebook Group to connect with other wine lovers, get special tips and tricks, and take your wine knowledge to a whole new level.   Tweetable Quotes:   “Globalization can make a wine, a brand, and a country. But, it can also hurt you and destroy you. It works both ways.”  - Mike Veseth   “No one has to buy wine at all. No one definitely has to buy your wine. There are so many other choices so you need to give people the reason. You have to create the opportunity.”  - Mike Veseth  

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine
Quality Driven Co-op w/ Roman Horvath MW, Domäne Wachau

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 35:01


Co-operative wineries, popular throughout Europe, are generally associated with higher volume, lower quality wines. Not at Domäne Wachau, where Winery Director Roman Horvath MW has been leading the quality vision for its family growers to great success. Roman discusses how co-ops work, how they pay their growers to get to zero income, and how managing a co-op is different from other companies. Detailed Show Notes: Roman's backgroundHe started in wine in his mid-20sWorked in restaurants, wine internships in Chile & France was a buyer/importer in AustriaBeen w/ Domäne Wachau for 17 yearsCo-op definitionProduces wine from grapes from grower-membersEvery member has a share in the companyEach grower manages its own vineyardCo-ops in Europe - Spain/France/Italy - >50% of production, Germany ~33%, Austria - ~15-20%Most co-ops are volume-driven with some exceptionsMost were established in the 1920-1930s to balance the power of small farmers with strong retailersSince the 1990s, the increase in wine quality worldwide has left many co-ops behind as they are too large and volume-drivenCrucial to separate grower function from management, which needs professional expertiseDomäne Wachau~400ha (~1,000 acres)~250 family growers (each family may have multiple owners)Avg family ~1-2 ha, largest 8-10ha, 3-4ha+ for full-time growersSmall vineyards led to a deep specialization in the siteGrowers must follow the co-op's quality schemesPrecise picking plan for all growersUp to 70-80 different wines, ~3M bottles/year (~250k cases)Domäne Wachau vs. other co-opsGrowers can have some of their own production; most co-ops are “all in or all out”Push for quality - driven by a strong vision, community, and communication with growersThe goal is to increase the salary/income of growersCo-op managementVery democratic - each grower votes in the General Assembly for the board of directors (8-10)Each grower has one vote, not weighted by vineyard sizeManagement driven by the management teamNot profit-drivenPays growers technically in €/kg of grapes, but with a complex system (e.g., higher payments for terraces, hand work, Riesling vs. Gruner, sustainable/organic farming)Payment split over the year every other monthGoal: pay as much as possible for grapes to get to $0 profitOption to leave the co-op, generally on 3-5 year minimum contractsAnyone can join but have strict quality qualificationsTry to increase wine pricing every year (for quality positioning and inflation)In small harvests, have the balance sheet to balance payments between years Get access to library episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Black Wine Guy Experience
Riesling Study. Why Stephen Bitterolf Bet on Himself and German Wines.

The Black Wine Guy Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 94:33


MJ's guest is artist, an art historian, a wine collector, a salesman, an importer, and the founder of Vom Boden, Stephen Bitterolf. Stephen came to NYC in the early 00s to get his PhD in Northern Renaissance painting - during which time his fascination was born. In 2005, he landed a job as a salesperson at the newly opened Crush Wine & Spirits, one of New York City's sleekest wine stores at the time.In 2012, he became an importer of German wines which led to his founding of Vom Boden. Vom Boden is a small company, focusing on small growers. He later founded Rieslingfeier, an annual event that seeks to celebrate German Rieslings, to provide a greater context for this incredible history of winemaking – to re-emphasize the historical importance of terroir. Stephan, self proclaimed German wine “dork” take listeners (and MJ!) on a deep dive into the wines he's so passionate about. From the Kabinett to the Spätlese to the Auslese. Stephen's personal journey from art history to German wine importer is as fascinating as the wines he loves. A huge thank you to Stephen Bitteolf! Follow Vom Boden @vomboden Follow Rieslingfeier on IG at @rieslingfeierCheck out Vom Boden's website: https://www.vomboden.com/Get more information about Rieslingfeier at their website: ​​https://rieslingfeier.com/This episode's in studio wine:Schloss Reinhartshausen1969 Erbacher BrühlRiesling Kabinett____________________________________________________________Until next time, cheers to the mavericks, philosophers, deep thinkers, and wine drinkers! Don't forget to subscribe and be sure to give The Black Wine Guy Experience a five-star review on whichever platform you listen to.For insider info from MJ and exclusive content from the show sign up at Blackwineguy.comFollow MJ @blackwineguy Thank you to our sponsor: Taub Family Selections. Taub Family Selections is a dynamic fourth generation, family-owned wine import company with a truly enviable portfolio of fine wines from 11 countries. They are proud to represent an exceptional portfolio of high quality, terroir centric and historic producers from around the world. Learn more at www.taubfamilyselections.comThank you to our sponsor: Independence Wine and Spirits - or IWS. IWS is owned by the Taub family, who have re-entered the NY wholesale market, bringing the family back to its roots in distribution where they held court from 1951 – 2004. To learn more about IWS go to: https://independencewine.comThank you to our sponsor: Grapes The Wine Company. Looking to special order that bottle you had on vacation? Need to find a bourbon your boss has never tried? How about wrapped bottle gifts for teachers, coaches or your salesforce? Grapes The Wine Company can provide all this and more! Zoom tastings, winemaker dinners, wine driven charity events, cellar consultations, stellar suggestions… they do it all. To learn more about GTWC go to: https://www.grapesthewineco.com/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine
Gaining Perspective w/ Collaborations w/ Juan Munoz-Oca, Ste Michelle Wine Estates

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 45:10


A lot can be learned through collaborating. Even how to stay calm during a pandemic when your Italian partner is in the thick of it. Calm with the perspective of 26 generations of winemaking and having survived two World Wars. Juan Munoz-Oca, Head Winemaker for Ste Michelle Wine Estates, Washington State's leading wine company, describes what he's learned and the process of collaborating with other luminaries of the wine world, including the Antinori Family, Dr Loosen, and Michel Gassier from the Rhone Valley.  Detailed Show Notes: Juan's backgroundIn WA with Ste Michelle Wine Estates ("SMWE") for 21 yearsHead of winemaking for the entire groupSte Michelle Wine EstatesBased in WA state - 6 wineries (Chateau Ste Michelle ("CSM"), Columbia Crest, 14 Hands, Spring Valley, Northstar, Col Solare)OR (Erath), CA (Stag's Leap Wine Cellars, Conn Creek, Patz & Hall)Built the WA wine region, produces ~⅔ of the wine in the stateThe largest producer of Riesling in the worldCollaborations - all w/ Chateau Ste MichelleCol Solare - Red Mountain, Cabernet, 50/50 JV w/ the Antinori Family (Italy), planted a vineyard in the early 2000s, built a winery in 2006, started in the mid-90sEroica - Riesling with Ernie Loosen (Mosel, Germany) started in the 1990sTenet - Columbia Valley; Syrah, Grenache, Mourvedre; w/ Michel Gassier & Philippe Cambie (deceased)What drove the collaborations? A personal touch and relationshipWA is a young grape-growing region that only started quality winemaking in the late 90s -> wanted to bring attention to the region and gain knowledgeEx-CEOs important to establishing collaborations - Allen Shoup (founded Longshadows Winery, which has 7 wines and 7 collaborations); Ted Baseler - was part of marketing team when Col Solare was launched and started Eroica with Ernie LoosenCollaboration processWinemaking - spring (taste previous vintage, blend, walk the vineyards), late summer (get a feel for the grapes, walk the vineyards), winter (taste wines - e.g., 250-300 lots of Riesling for Eroica)Renzo (Antinori's head winemaker) comes more often due to SMWE's partnership w/ Antinori on Stag's Leap Wine CellarsCSM winemaking team does day-to-day workSales & Marketing - up to the partners, SMWE salesforce sells the wine, SMWE marketing works with partners and does most of the workSMWE imports the entire Antinori portfolio, so they have a broader collaborationKey benefitsEnjoyment of making wine togetherGetting a global perspectiveWinemaking informs the rest of the portfolio's winemaking (e.g., extended lees aging for Riesling from Ernie Loosen, keeping more leaves in the canopy for Syrah from Michel Gassier)Collaboration business modelsCol Solare - 50/50 JV, including vineyards, winery, & inventory; work together closely on marketingEroica - 50/50 for inventory and brand, no other assets; up to 200k cases in a big year; most marketing done by SMWE, less from LoosenTenet - Michel Gassier gets a portion of earnings and an annual fee that covers his travel; as small as 300 casesHave business meetings 2x/year for sales and marketing strategyKeys to success for collaborationsHave a clearly articulated visionKeep an open mind to learn from the otherDesired new collaborationsSparkling wine w/ Nicolas Feuillatte (Champagne)Argentine wine / Malbec w/ Catena Family - loves their focus on terroir Get access to library episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.