“What type of glassware should I use for different wines?” “What's the best way to store my wine if I don't have a wine fridge or a cellar?” “Are wine gadgets actually worth the money?” “When should I decant a wine and for how long?” “Once I open a bottle, what's the best way to keep it fresh?” We're tackling all your questions about how to store, service, and save your wine on this episode with actress, writer, producer and director Nia Renee Hill, who shares her epiphany wine moment with us. We had a blast recording this episode—so buckle up! Wines Featured on This Episode: NV Jacques Lorent Grande Reserve Brut Champagne 2005 Chateau Lynch Moussas Pauillac Bordeaux Join the Unfiltered Podcast Wine Club 4 bottles per shipment hand selected by Vanessa and Amanda Delivered every 2 months (1 wine/episode) / 6x per year $120 + tax Shipping Included Cancel anytime 10% off all Wine Access purchases Follow us on social! IG: @wineaccessunfiltered Twitter: @wineaccesspod Our Hosts: Amanda McCrossin & Vanessa Conlin Shop all the wines at Wine Access Articles Discussed Scion of Sutter Home wine empire arrested on suspicion of drug, gun and assault weapon crimes Government Raids Largest US Wine Distributor Queer Winemaker Remy Drabkin Elected Mayor of McMinnville, Oregon Hosts: Amanda McCrossin & Vanessa Conlin Producer: Chappy Cottrell Music: Diego's Umbrella
Hi Friends! This week we watched The Lodge from 2019 plus we have a fun announcement! We're enjoying some mini bottles of Sutter Home wine while chatting about this absolutely crazy twisty-turny movie! What do you think happens at the end of it? Do the kids survive? Tell us your thoughts in the comments! Cheers!———TW: Plot contains scenes of self-harm.———Live on https://www.tispypod.com for all things Tipsy Pod!Patreon: https://www.tipsypod.com/patreon — Ad-free episodes a day early — Bloopers at the end of the episode — Exclusive content including 8 full episodes covering the Archive 81 series — Free swag — Monthly Patreon Picks, and more, join our Patreon community!———YouTube blind reaction short scary movie watch alongs: https://www.youtube.com/theyreterrifiedtipsyFacebook BUZZWORDS: https://www.facebook.com/groups/tipsypod———DJ Audio Podcast Editing: — Fiverr: https://www.fiverr.com/djaudio — Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/djaudio_———https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7347846/Directed by Severin Fiala and Veronika FranzA soon-to-be stepmom is snowed in with her fiancé's two children at a remote holiday village. Just as relations begin to thaw between the trio, some strange and frightening events take place.———Part of the Slash 'N Cast Podcast Network: https://www.slashncast.network/All podcast links: https://www.bio.link/tipsypod#comedy #podcast #film #review #horror
Episode 242 Talking you back to 8/27/2013 - This week we feature Erin Evanson - The 2015 Sutter Home's “Build A Better Burger” contest winner…that won her a cool $100k. Erin talked about her home cook background, how she became inspired as a kid and eventually how she got into food competing…not BBQ competitions…but some of these other food contests like the Burger event that she won. Ready to make a “BEST OF” show all your own?? Email Jon Solberg and let him know what you would like to hear on a future episode! As always, thank you for listening! *Don't forget to RATE AND REVIEW THE SHOW ON YOU PODCAST APP* Want to hear more from this episode??? Click the link below to hear the full show Original Air Date: 8/27/2013 Original Full Show Link: CLICK HERE This episode is brought to you by The butcher Shoppe…Home of the NEVER crossbred 100% Australian Wylarah 9+ Wagyu brisket, wagyu beef (American and Japanese), dry aged steaks, wild game and MUCH more!! Call to order today: (850) 458-8782 and ask for Kevin! Mention The BBQ Central Show for 10% off your entire order!!
It's been a minute but we back and we better, okay?! To kick off our Kickback comeback, we sat down with a few bottles of Sutter Home and chopped it up how we usually do. Y'all know the vibes! Press play, run this one up and share it with yo homegirls, side pieces and cousins. The Kickback girls are backkkkk!
This weeks flick involves some children who should be in bed, getting bendy, monsters and lots of looping memories. Grab your favorite Sutter Home to sip and your favorite Sutter Cane novel while Jill and Colleen breakdown In the Mouth of Madness. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/4forgore/support
We are back and we are now a brand! On today's episode, I go over coronavirus updates, I give a update on Introverted Thoughts like instacart, the merchandise store and more! Fatal Affair and Harriet are my movies of the week, new music updates, PTSD vs PTS and a newly found "Hood Disease". I also have another segment with the Love Doctor and a special guest! Dont forget to follow Tina's podcast at https://linktr.ee/ThePsycheDelicPodcast/ ; OUR LIVES MATTER. Whatever it may be just remember, #WeGonTalkAboutIt. Follow me on twitter and instagram: @introverted_pod and for the people looking to create a podcast, use this link https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=957817 for special deals!Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEInstacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first order over $35.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://venmo.com/introverted_pod)
It is "Fear Factor" for Michelle as she tries two elk burgers Scott just prepared - one burger is not as done as she likes. Plus, we test the "red wine with meat" theory... Drinking: Michael David's Politically Correct: hhttps://shop.michaeldavidwinery.com/product/MDW-POLITICALLY-CORRECT-RED-BLEND-16-6/750ML Michael's David's Cute Freakshow Cab Can: https://shop.michaeldavidwinery.com/product/17-FS-Can-4-Pack Chef Paul's Blackened Seasoning: https://magicseasoningblends.com/shop/blackened-redfish-magic-red101/ Chef Scott's Blackened Salmon on his show "The Sporting Chef" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKm9NMiiGuE The Story of White Zin (which Sutter Home 'discovered'): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Zinfandel Hearst Castle: http://hearstcastle.org
Norm Peters is the Director of Vineyard Operations at Trinchero Family Estates, otherwise known as Sutter Home based in Napa Valley, California . Norm has had a long and very interesting career in wine and comes to us with a plethora of expertise in grape growing and wine making. Having worked with vines for nearly 20 years, he was able to summarise the processes involved from vine to wine, about the costing involved in owning a winery or vineyard and just why wineries might need to diversify more. He also shares his opinions about which directions he sees the wine industry moving toward and all the latest trends. Don't miss this one!Please find more information about Trinchero here: https://www.linkedin.com/company/trinchero-family-estates/For more information on Avina Wine Accessory products: https://avinawinetools.com/
Our guest today is Ross Halleck from Halleck Vineyard, who tells his story to Steve Jaxon and Dan Berger. Steve asks Ross to describe the journey that he and his wife Jennifer have had in the wine world. They planted the vineyard in 1992 and 1993. They were the first vineyard in west Sebastopol. They ordered the root stock out of the yellow pages, and their first vintage won best Pinot Noir in the US. Greg La Follette was their mentor and winemaker at the beginning. Greg La Follette has been on CWC a few times before, the last one was here, in November 2018.) The label at the time was "Tandem Vineyard." Now Rick Davis is their current winemaker. Ross says, "he's a savant." Dan Berger and Ross Halleck have been friends for several years. They have one acre. Yet at that time, Sebastopol hills was not recognized for its Pinot Noir. It was really a residential neighborhood. There are no 15 acre plots. Everything they make is world class. Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Gewürtstraminer, Ross tells about how he met the musician Josh Groban who found his wine and was impressed enough to reach out to Ross. He was interested in making wine. He is busy with concert tours, a book, Broadway, recording, etc. They are a small family winery and the idea of making a celebrity wine was not their idea. But Josh was not interested in that. He said he'd like to make wine to benefit his charity, The Find Your Light Foundation. They fund public school arts programs in the US. They have been doing the project for over 2 years and have raised over a quarter of a million dollars for arts education. They are tasting a Halleck Vineyard White Zinfandel. Ross explains what that is, compared to a Rosé. White Zin was popular for a while. This will be called "Not Your Mother's" White Zinfandel. To make Rosé, usually they bleed off "saigner" some of the a red wine. so there is more skin contact with the remaining juice, then they add white wine to that and call it a Rosé. Typically these are high in alcohol. Dan says this has lower alcohol, about 13%, therefore more delicate in the mouth. About 80% of his wine sells to his wine club, the rest to top restaurants in New York, Chicago and San Francisco. His wine club wanted him to make Rosé. He tasted some local ones and was not very happy and if he couldn't sell them he'd have to drink them. So he decided to make one that he would like. He calls it a flight of fancy. Dan Berger says it's like raspberry juice with no sugar. Sutter Home made a nice dry Zinfandel in 1983. One vintage came out sweet and Dan thought it would not sell but instead it was a hit. Dan says this is a much finer product, it's a serious Rosé. The color is dark but it is more like a dry white wine with color. They only have about 130 cases. They will be making it again next year. They also do a Sauvignon Blanc that Dan Berger loves. He says there's nothing about SV that calls to mind any other variety; it is unique. If you try to play with the grape to make it more rich and oily, you lose that green tea or green pepper component that is an important part of that variety. This is a unique vision of a winemaker. Dan calls it a great "concept wine." Ross says it won #1 SV in the USA in the Sunset magazine competition. According to Dan, California is moving away from Sauvignon Blanc characteristics to become more tropical and more friendly in the aroma and taste, with maybe a trace of sugar and more alcohol. Yet this one is a classic Sancerre style, brisk, sea air, flinty, and minerally. All of their grapes come from small vineyards in Sebastopol. The immediate accolades that they got gave them "begging rights" to ask to get grapes from his neighbors. With Gewürtztraminer, if it sits on the vine too long, the skins turn pinkish, meaning high tannins. If you harvest late, the white wine will be bitter. Some wineries leave residual sugar to cover the bitterness but that's not authentic.
Happy Friday everyone! It's time for Happy Hour! We've got a lot to cover in this episode, with 'Get Out' Winning an oscar, Stacy Dash running for Congress, and our desire for a Storm Marvel Movie! You know we hold nothing back while discussing how to get ahead & the realization that ONE decision, could change everything. Join Mr UL, AT, & P.H.A.T in our discussion & feel free to leave your thoughts in our Wine Yo Mind Facebook group! Cheers!
Strap in and strap on for Emily's sexy NPR voice as the ladies pop open an unusually supportive bottle of Sutter Home Cabernet Sauvignon to talk about some incredible women! Emily starts off covering artist Artemisia Gentileschi who was such a skilled artist, Michelangelo (or his nephew by the same name) asked her to paint his ceiling! Kelley ends the show on a high note as she tells the story of black performer Josephine Baker who had lived more by 15 than most do by 60. She was so fabulous, she had her own cheetah! Pop a bottle, get tipsy, and let's talk herstory! ** Mornings with u by Barradeen | https://soundcloud.com/barradeenMusic promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comCreative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unportedhttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en_US Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/winingaboutherstory/overview)
Crosby Noricks is the founder of PR Couture, the industry-leading platform for fashion and lifestyle communicators, as well as a brand strategist and business coach. Known as "the fashion publicists' most powerful accessory" by The San Diego Union-Tribune, Noricks was named one of the top 50 game-changers in PR by PR News, and as a top marketing innovator by iMediaConnection. Over the last decade, Noricks has served as de facto mentor to hundreds of PR and marketing practitioners through her accessibility, thought leadership, expansive network and programs like her signature PRISM course, a global educational workshop and self-enrichment series for aspiring professionals. Her successful marketing track record includes spearheading the traditional and digital footprint for major brands like Quicksilver Womens, Charlotte Russe, Creative Nail Design (CND) and Sutter Home. Noricks holds a Master's Degree in Mass Communication and Media Studies from San Diego State University and graduated with honors from Pitzer College. As an advocate for education, she also serves as a lecturer at California State University San Marcos and San Diego State University.
On this episode of Pitching PR, I get the opportunity to speak with Crosby Noricks, the founder and director of PR Couture. We discuss ways in which PR professionals can boost their reputation. Specifically, we talk about branding and raising your profile by applying to PR awards. Growing up, Crosby loved fashion and wanted to find a way to incorporate that into her career. She found that PR was the best way to pursue her interests and particularly enjoyed creating business strategies. Her successful digital and traditional marketing track record include leading both in-house and large agency teams where she got to spearhead the social and digital footprint for brands like Charlotte Russe, Creative Nail Design (CND) and Sutter Home. She created PR Couture, a platform where she could pursue her specific interest, which was and is Fashion PR. Join us as she describes her professional journey and how PR Couture has boosted her professional profile. Topics: Thinking about/pursuing long-term career goals Personal branding online and offline How to build your professional reputation Thinking of reputation building as delivering value Launching the Bespoke Communication Awards and why awards play a role in branding Tips for streamlining the application process for awards Repurposing content to your advantage Elevating your reputation through generosity Resources: PR Couture PR Couture email Bespoke Communication Awards Crosby Noricks’ Website PR Couture on Instagram firstname.lastname@example.org
I present to you a drunken conversation about the genius talent of J Dilla, Detroit Hip-Hop, cultural ownership, bull ish and politics among family. This episode I'm joined by Jaess of the Audio Trip Podcast, Biba the Diva and Kenyatta. This episode is sponsored by Sutter Home wine and was recorded at the beginning of the 2020 COVID pandemic, so it may sound a tad bit dated.