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Best Smooth Jazz celebrates it's 11th Birthday, playing instrumental Smooth Jazzy vibes. Host Rod Lucas from London England showcasing new releases and classic smooth jazz grooves. This show was first aired on 16th October 2021. Fun, Wines & smooth grooves for Work, Rest & Play. All 'commercial free'Full information on BSJ (including 'live' show times. https;//BestSmoothJazz.com Ref: #4121
Nicole got a new job recently and she's so much happier. It is amazing how your life can change based on your job. Feeling valued at work is very important for a lot of us. Nicole isn't alone. According to a recent Gallup Poll, 48% of Americans are actively seeking new job opportunities. A big part of this search is their desire to feel valued and work for a company that aligns with their values. We discuss this importance in both of our careers and how it shapes our lives. RESOURCES MKM Newsletter: http://www.marriagekidsandmoney.com/freegift MKM Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/andyhillmkm MKM Voicemail: http://www.marriagekidsandmoney.com/voicemail
On The Back Bar. A Bartender Podcast for the Drinks Trade #51 Ian Burrell on Rumfest 2021, Equiano Rum, and defining the role of the Rum Ambassador. In this episode of On The Back Bar Podcast, Chris talks to Ian 'Rum' Burrell the global ambassador for the rum category and, THE man to speak to for all things rum. He also founded Rumfest, the world's first rum festival in 2007 and, has since inspired the birth of rum festivals around the world including Miami, Berlin, Paris, Rome, Madrid, Prague, Hong Kong, California, New York, Chicago and Mauritius). Enjoy! Website: ianrumburrell.com/ Rumfest Tickets: rumfest.co.uk/show-tickets/ Instagram: The Rum Ambassador ***** Join our community on Facebook! Beverage Network This podcast relies on our listeners to keep the show going! If you could support us by joining our Patreon it would really help this podcast grow. Patreon is a platform where you can support the podcast with a small monthly donation. This funding will help with all manner of things to equipment costs, editing and even getting some hard to reach people to sit down with me. Or you can just buy me a coffee to say thanks with the link below! :) https://www.patreon.com/onthebackbar buymeacoffee.com/chrismenning ***** If you love our show would you please consider leaving us a review on iTunes or giving us 5 stars? It will really make a difference and help the podcast in the future. Head over to our website gastronomerlifestyle.com Contact me at email@example.com
Together we recap the recent Judgment of Napa tasting and learn more about this touching tribute to our dear departed friend Steven Spurrier.Learn more about Cultured Vine: https://www.culturedvine.com
This week the girls take aim at Famous Last Words...Bianca opened this episode with the words of dying men that have been mondegreened over the years and went on to some funny last words.Amy went fuzzy tail deep this week and found not only were the last words intriguing and hilarious BUT these people's lives were also very interesting.Sarah brought the episode to a close with hilarity and this time not because she dictated either!We say it every week, however, we really want to hear from our listeners. If you have a topic you want us to take aim at, please hit us up at the links below:FacebookTwitterInstagramTumblrOr email us at - firstname.lastname@example.orgHead on over to the blog: https://fridaynightwinefight.blogspot.com/ for accompanying content.Episode edited by BiancaTheme music by Joseph McDade https://josephmcdade.com/musicSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/fnwfpodcast)
Welcome to this Saturday Special Edition Part 3 of 3 in which Cynthia Chaplin interviews Sarah Heller MW. In this episode she discusses the approach to tasting Italian wine devised by the Vinitaly International Academy. Sarah talks about the reformatted, tasting-intensive VIA Italian Wine Ambassador course and the new VIA Tasting Schematic, VIA's standardized tasting grid with descriptors which are specific to Italian wines. The new VIA schematic forms the basis of both tasting sessions during the course and the blind tasting section of the exam. In the interview, Sarah goes through each descriptor and explains its relevance to Italian wines. If you are planning to take the next VIA Italian Wine Ambassador course, you cannot miss this podcast! Before telling you more about our great episode we want to give a shout out to our new Sponsor Vivino! the world's largest online wine marketplace - The Vivino app makes it easy to choose wine. Enjoy expert team support, door to door delivery and honest wine reviews to help you choose the perfect wine for every occasion. Vivino - Download the app on Apple or Android and discover an easier way to choose wine! Find out more about by visiting: www.vivino.com/IT/en/ or download the app: www.vivino.com/app More about Sarah Heller MW: Wine educator and wine branding expert, content creator and proprietor of Radix + Folium Design. Recently appointed to the faculty of the Vinitaly International Academy, Sarah Heller is a content creator, visual artist and wine branding expert based in Hong Kong and at 30 is the world's youngest Master of Wine. Having graduated from Yale University with a degree in fine art, Sarah began her career in the New York and Hong Kong wine trades and wineries in France and Italy. She was Executive Director of events and education firm Meiburg Wine Media in Hong Kong for three years. As well as being a Master of Wine and an Associate of the Institute of Wine and Spirits, Sarah is a Society of Wine Educators Certified Specialist of Wine and Spirits. She is the proprietor of Radix + Folium Design. If you want to learn more about Sarah & today's topic, you can by visiting: sarahheller.com/ vinitalyinternational.com/wordpress/vi…nal-academy/ More about the host Cynthia Chaplin: Passionate US/UK wine professional, focus on the Italian wine sector with particular interest in sparkling and rosé wines. Experienced educator and presenter, talented communicator and writer. Qualified sommelier and wine judge. Translator and editor for wine reviews and websites. Actively seeking roles that allow me to share knowledge and experience with a global audience, as well as continue my personal growth and development in the wine industry. Cynthia has recently taken over the show “Voices” on the Italian Wine Podcast as well! To find out more about Cynthia Chaplin visit: blablawine.com/en/author/cynthia…chaplingmail-com/ Instagram: @kiss_my_glassx LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/cynthia-chaplin-190647179/ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ We also want to give a shout out to our sponsor Ferrowine. The largest alcoholic beverage shop in Italy since 1920! They have generously provided us with our brand new Italian Wine Podcast T-shirts, and we love them! Check out Ferrowine's site, they have great wines, food pairings and so much more! www.ferrowine.it/
I have been tasting his wines for years and featured the Blanc in my club…I never peeled the story back to understand the motivation behind his wines. Meet Moritz Bak who thought it a good idea to start a winery at the base of the Pyrenees; only one problem…he did not know French. Have a listen.
We are so excited to have wine entrepreneur and Miss USA - Nana Meriwether - on the show! Nana tells us how finding out she was pre-diabetic led her on a wellness journey that completely changed her career path and life. And, she explains how studying herbalism led to her founding Cale, a healthier wine made from herbs, and the launch of Hibiscus Pinto Noir.
On this episode, we talk about Gene's “This Week In Tim,” concept, tea, cheesecake, wine, Brown Sugar, songs that must be banned, Anna Faris, Entourage, television, sending Gene to space, and more. Thank you for listening! We hope you enjoy the show, please consider supporting us! SUBSCRIBE/DONATE: http://grumpyoldbens.com/donate EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS:Displaced Citizen ASSOCIATE -EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS:Brian HallJeremy Gerdes THANK … Continue reading "Episode 192: Cheesecake And Wine"
What has the power to transport us through space and time with nothing more than a single sniff? The nose! In Ep. 95 we discuss the ways in which COVID-19 and technological innovations have changed our thinking on smelling. We'll also explore the nose's ability to dramatically enhance a whole spectrum of experiences, from our own memory to a glass of wine.Helping us sniff out the truth are Harold McGee, a food science expert and the James Beard Award-winning author of multiple books including Nose Dive; and Dr. Hoby Wedler, an entrepreneur, scientist, and activist.
Welcome to FRIDAY with Elvis Duran and The Morning Show! We have Kelly Clarkson on the show talking about her NEW Christmas album that is out today! Later on tonight we celebrate our Wine and Food Festival , we have Tai Verdes LIVE on the show to perform! We also talk about the weird class trips we took in school. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Welcome to the first episode of our brand new show Reality and Wine! For this first season, Meg will be joined by friend of the pod @planwithlaur to talk all (spoiler free) things of the newest season of The Bachelorette! On this episode, Meg and Laur discuss how they both started watching, deep dive into the race issues of the franchise and their predictions for Michelle's season. Be sure when you share the show on social media to use the hashtag #realityandwine. Thanks so much for your support! Check out our website Plannersandwinepod.com for episode info, links to our Merch, Patreon and so much more! Stay updated with everything Laur at Planwithlaur.com ! Follow us on IG: @plannersandwine Laur's IG: @planwithlaur Megan's IG: @megsgotaplan Myra's IG: @myraplansit --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/planners-and-wine/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/planners-and-wine/support
This week the guys converse about a wide variety of topics and answer listeners questions. Did you know archaeologists have unearthed a 1500 year old wine production facilty in Israel ? Does Petrus taste better after spending a year on the International Space Station ? Did the SF Giants collude Read more... The post The Wine Makers – Harvest Update appeared first on Radio Misfits.
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This week we'll be discussing… You know what… Fuck it… It's our last episode, and we're gonna talk about whatever the fuck we want! And if you've got a problem with that, quit listening to the show, dummy! … soooooooo crack open that beer, uncork that wine, and let's get drinking! Panel Introductions And What We're Drinking Tonight we're joined by our usual panel members, we have our California Sustainable Winegrowing Ambassador and recovering Wine Blogger, Jeff Solomon, our commercial brewer and snake wrangler, John Ruyak, and I'm your host and certified specialist of wine, Jeff Eckles. Wine, Beer, Spirit, or Pop Culture Reference Solomon - Oleaceae Get Dracaena We have a fun partnership to tell you about this week. Our good friend, and clown car driver, Lori over at Dracaena Wines has offered all our listeners a special deal. If you purchase any wine from them and use code WLD at checkout you will get 5% off your order. Additionally, Dracaena Wines will send WLD a matching 5%. So if you've ever thought about becoming a patron, but didn't want to commit to a monthly payment, here is a great opportunity for you to score some delicious Paso Robles wines and still help us out. Dracaena offers their Cab Franc, both reserve and classic.. So this is really a win, win, win for everyone if you pick yourself up some today. Visit https://welikedrinking.com/wine Booze News or Discussion Topic Eckles - Refillable Wine - https://www.mercurynews.com/2021/10/07/fill-her-up-gov-signs-bill-that-allows-for-refilling-wine-bottles/ Natty Light Vodka? Sure - https://finance.yahoo.com/news/natty-light-introduces-flavored-vodka-as-domestic-beer-sales-slump-nothing-is-off-the-table-145548074.html The best of the worst - https://www.facebook.com/events/craft-brew-underground/bad-beer-bash-2021/2934394356781707/ Last, Last call Join us on our private group on Facebook known as the Tavern.
I said what I said, not let's argue! Email me at JustTiffanyPodcast@gmail.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/justtiffanypod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/justtiffanypod/support
The Hamm Planet Podcast Theme is "Good Vibes // Great People // Glorious Stories" - So if you're into that vibe, get comfy and prepare for an absolute epic episode that will go down in history.ABOUT THE PODCASTThe goal of the Hamm Planet Podcast is to provide value and focus on the good in life. Nothing more, nothing less.During the podcast, we share our life experiences, reflect on unforgettable stories, dig deep, shoot the breeze, speak our mind, talk about what life has taught us, and most importantly - we have a good timeCONNECT WITH PETERYour support means the world to me.Show some love by connecting on the platforms listed belowSUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST ►https://bit.ly/PeterHammYoutubeHAMM PLANET INSTAGRAM ►https://bit.ly/HammPlanetPodcastInstaPROFESSIONAL PORTFOLIO: ►https://drum.io/peterhammFREE STOCK WEBULL SIGNUP LINK:► https://bit.ly/WEBULLSIGNUPLISTEN ON:APPLE PODCAST: https://bit.ly/HammPlanetPodcastApplePodcastSPOTIFY: https://bit.ly/SpotifyHammPlanetPodcastADD ME ON:PERSONAL INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/PeteHammInstagramPODCAST INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/HammPlanetPodcastInstagramFACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/HPPFacebookPageLINKEDIN: https://bit.ly/PeterHammLinkedinTWITTER: https://bit.ly/HammPlanetTwitterTIKTOK: https://bit.ly/HammPlanetTikTokIGTV: https://bit.ly/HammPlanetIGTV***PLEASE NOTE***The HAMM PLANET PODCAST is a significant break from the typical content viewers have come to expect from the channel & we could not be more proud and hyped to watch this show unfold, grow and flourish over the years. Please be advised that we will be exploring a wide variety of topics (some adult-themed) and our younger viewers (and their parents) should be advised that some topics will be for mature audiences only.The HAMM PLANET PODCAST is a show for entertainment purposes only.
Josh and Jords say Prost to Dad while they drink Oktoberfest. The have one plate consisting of Coastal English cheddar, jagerwurst, and a 4 meat 6 cheese pizza. The drink the Haufbrau Haus Oktoberfest from Germany and a local from Ozark Brewing. They have a wonderful time chatting about their shared love for Oktoberfests and as foodies, they talk a lot about food. Its a great time!
Luke Robinson, our bread specialist from episode 18 is on the show again to discuss why he thinks wine, like bread, is MAGIC. For those who remember our conversation about sourdough, leaven, and bread making, you'll remember how effortlessly Luke mines the depths of the everyday. Luke shares how he came to appreciate wine, his own experiences working at wineries, and how this has provided much fruit for his interior gardens. Plus after this show you'll impress your friends by describing the terroir of your wine. Let this show hit you like the a good glass of wine, as our friend Luke says, "with a little zing and some zang." However, don't rush it. Remember, the best wine is aged.
Hi Friends! Ok so we're starting something new! For the next few weeks, we'll be covering the new Netflix miniseries Midnight Mass! If you haven't seen it, get started so you don't miss any episodes!!For ad-free episodes a day early plus awesome exclusive content, shout outs, and to pick what movies we watch, head over to https://www.patreon.com/tipsypodVisit http://www.tispypod.com for all things Tipsy Pod!--https://www.imdb.com/title/tt10574558Directed by Mike Flanagan (The Haunting of Hill House, The Haunting of Bly Manor, Gerald's Game)An isolated island community experiences miraculous events - and frightening omens - after the arrival of a charismatic, mysterious young priest.--Part of the Slash 'N Cast Podcast Network: https://www.slashncast.network/Voice over work by Dustin Kind: https://www.dustinkind.comAll podcast links: https://www.bio.link/tipsypod
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B07-E06 | Get out your weapons: we're joining the Poor Fucking Infantry. We'll follow our long-since-forgotten pal Jarre on the road to Vizimia and run into some old friends while we're there as we recap Chapter Six of Lady Of The Lake. Plus, an exceptionally high amount of homicidal hobbits![Wine talk and tangents begin at 00:49:06. Skip ahead to the analysis at 00:55:11]Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher so you never miss an episode. And if you really like us, review us on Apple Podcasts! Toss a coin to this podcast by donating to us at buymeacoffee.com/midnightpod. Follow us on Instagram.Read along with us by picking up The Lady Of The Lake by Andrzej Sapkowski.Theme song for Midnight Book Club is Everyone is Happy Here by Meavy Boy.
Connect with the Podcast: Facebook: @texaswinepod Instagram: @texaswinepod Twitter: @texaswinepod Email: email@example.com Voicemail: 802–585–1286 Help the Show: Buy Shelly a Glass of Wine! Subscribe to the newsletter to get the Texas wine crossword puzzle! Listen and Subscribe in Apple Podcasts Listen and Subscribe in Google Podcasts Listen via web browser Mentioned in this EpisodeTexas Wine In the NewsMcPherson Cellars Nominated for American Winery of the Year by Wine EnthusiastFood & Wine Magazine: 6 American Wine Vacations to Take This SeasonCatherine Todd for Forbes.com Texas Wines Show Adventurous Spirit and Love for DiversityJob Postings on Texas Hill Country Wineries WebsiteJob Postings on Texas Wine & Grape Growers Association WebsiteA novel set along Wine Road 290: Cactus Christmas: A Texas Wine Trail Series by Heather Renee MayRegister for TWGGA's Grape Camp 2021Need lodging in Fredericksburg? Check out my home Cork + Cactus on Heavenly Hosts.com!Interview: Joey Bagnasco, GM & Winemaker at Valley Mills VineyardsValley Mills Vineyards' Website Follow Valley Mills Vineyards on social media @valleymillsvineyards Demerits and Gold StarsDemerit: Out of date and incomplete information on wineries' website and social media. Gold Star: Visit Lubbock's: A Beginner's Guide to Wine by Madi White, McPherson Cellars' Wine Club & Service Manager Shelly's Wine Education Website:www.toastwinetalk.com Thanks to Texas Wine Lover for promotional help! For the latest information on Texas wineries and vineyards, visit Texas Wine LoverWine & Food FoundationI'm so happy to be part of the community of wine and food lovers at The Wine & Food Foundation! Get more information about upcoming events, the IMBIBE: The WFF Education Series, and find membership options here.
Put me in coach, starting out as a wine hobby, a National Football League coach and interview with Coach Dick Vermeil. ON THE ROAD with MR CA WINE, is about CA's cool aspirational lifestyle, and awesome wines. Hosted by Chuck Cramer, a CA native, living in London and is the Director of European sales & marketing, Terlato Wines. This is a wine journey covering the hottest topics in the world of California wine, chatting along the way with key influencers who make it all happen. This weeks' episode includes an interview with Coach Dick Vermeil.
Wines: Monique 2020 Sauvignon Blanc, Revelation Pinot Noir, & Corvelia Cabernet SauvignonBy popular demand, we are exploring Trader Joe's wines in this two part series. For our first installment, we're tasting 3 of Trader Joe's most popular wines that are priced $10 or less.Each of the wines selected for this ep can be found on many lists of Trader's Joes Best Wines. So much so that we had to try them! In addition, we give information on how Trader Joe's selects and features their wines as well as some growing information on the value regions in which the grapes for these wines were grown.For any value wine enthusiast, this is a GREAT episode full of information! BONUS content = food pairings for each of the wines featured. Listen before making your next trip to Trader Joe's!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 30 wine podcasts! https://blog.feedspot.com/wine_podcasts/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/winestofind)
Continuing the conversation with Brielle from Viva La Vino, here's the rapid fire wine questions we asked: When you are not drinking wine what is in your cup? What's your favorite pairing of food and wine? What are your top three wines, and what do they say about you? A sommelier pairs well with _____. [Fill in the blank] What is something most people get wrong about being a somm? What are you known for on the Telesomm app? What can a customer expect from a wine tasting with you? What's a story that resonates with you? What's one thing bringing you joy right now? What's fun and interesting about wine for you these days? Learn more about Viva La Vino & Brielle's love of wine at: Website: www.vivalavinonyc.com IG: @vivalavino_nyc Facebook: VLVNYC ----Want to learn more about Telesom? Do you have a wine question or topics we should ask a somm? Let us know! Subscribe to the pod + Follow on Twitter: @InVinoFab & IG: invinofab Get the Telesomm App + Follow on Twitter: @Telesomm & IG: telesomm.app Connect to the hosts: @laurapasquini & @Profpatrice Music credit: The song Travel to the City by Lesfm has been remixed under a CC-BY license.
Join Napa Valley Cook Book creators Jess Lander and Alexander Rubin, who raised over $75,000+ to provide Pandemic relief for hardworking chefs and restaurateurs during this time of need. Purchase your copy today to bring home a taste of Napa Valley!The Essential Napa Valley Cookbook"Created to provide Pandemic relief to Napa restaurant workers, The Essential Napa Valley Cookbook is a first-of-its-kind collection of 35+ recipes from top Napa Valley restaurants and chefs. 75% of proceeds go directly to restaurant workers of the participating restaurants. In addition, 25% of proceeds go to supporting the efforts of Feed Napa Now, which feeds Napa families in need."
Welcome to Wine, Wicked Crimes, and Cat Moms, Oh My! On this podcast, Courtney and Kat, two spicy cat moms with trucker mouths, discuss true crime with a full helping of dark humor on the side. So if you enjoy true crime and hearing inappropriate jokes, this podcast is for you!Just blame it on Mercury!This week, Lady love Courtney has been having many many issues with time management and didn't finish editing the actual episode for today. So, as a special substitute until she is done, the ladies have decided to give you a sneak peak at what happens before their recordings.Theme song by Scafetta (https://soundcloud.com/scafettamusic)Find us on the web:BICBP-RADIO.COMPatreonhttps://www.patreon.com/CatmomsohmyFacebook GroupWine, Wicked Crimes and Cat Moms, Oh MyInstagram@catmomsohmypodcastTwitter@catmomsohmypodEmailcatmoms2@yahoo.comSupport local Buffalo businesses. Shop for all your athletic wear at FDAWear.comUse discount code “FitCatMoms” for 10% off your entire purchase
Jersey Boy Raj Vaidya has been grinding in the wine business for over 20 years at some of the best restaurants in the country. His longest tenure was with legendary chef Daniel Boulud in NYC where he served as beverage director. Like many Somms, Raj left the floor to join Daniel Johnnes as Director of Operations of Gracie Events, the people behind La Paulee, La Fete du Champagne, La Tablee, and Pressoir wine. Raj is also a fine wine consultant.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support The Grape Nation by becoming a member!The Grape Nation is Powered by Simplecast.
In this Episode, Karen Wetzel speaks with Michael Cerio, VP of Operations for Distinguished Vineyards & Wine Partners. Michael will share his experience and knowledge of the wine industry from a “back of the house” perspective and talk about the many jobs that fall under this umbrella. Michael will close out the interview with actionable insights to follow this path to enter the wine world and what is it takes to land a job. owerpress] Book a career coaching session with Karen: https://go.oncehub.com/KarenWetzel SHOW NOTES: Karen Wetzel: Today, I'll talk to Michael Cerio, vice president of operations for distinguished vineyards and wine partners. Michael will share his experience and knowledge of the wine industry from a back-of-the-house perspective and talk about the many wine jobs that fall under this umbrella. Be sure to stay tuned until the end when Michael we'll close out the interview with actionable. Karen Wetzel: To follow this path to enter the world of wine and what it takes to land the job. And now, let's get to our interview. Karen Wetzel: welcome, Michael. Thanks for joining me today. Could you please tell our audience who you are and what exactly do you do in the wine industry? I'd Michael Cerio: be happy to thank you, Karen. And thanks for having me on this morning. I really appreciate the opportunity. So my name is Michael. And I'm the vice president of operations for distinguished vineyards and wine partners. Michael Cerio: And I've been working for this company for about four months. Yeah. Karen Wetzel: One thing I wanted to ask you before we get into your stories so that people know who distinguished vineyards are. So you're a supplier. You have a catalog of wineries that the company represents. Could you give us a couple of names that people might know of? Karen Wetzel: Some of the brands you Michael Cerio: represent? Sure. I'd be happy to. We'd like to say that we represent a collection of. Wineries from prestigious wine regions around the world is the tagline. So some of the wineries that the names that may be familiar to your listeners would be Markham and Saint Alena across the, and Sonoma. Michael Cerio: We also own the Argyle winery up in Oregon. And then some of the other brands that we represent are dough wines, as well as Texas. From New Karen Wetzel: Zealand. Oh, that's great. Well, I was just at Markham. I did a little visit there with some friends the other day, and it was wonderful. And actually, at Danette valley wine academy, we use the textbook Cabernet as one of the wines in the wine kits we send out for our WSET courses. Karen Wetzel: So I'm very familiar with some of your brands, so that. Let's start off at the beginning. Really? How did you get into the wine industry? What's your story of your wine journey, I guess, of your white career? Michael Cerio: So I did not intend to get into the wine industry. When I first got out of college back in the nineties, I really didn't have any clear idea about what it was. Michael Cerio: I wanted to do the economy wasn't that great at the time. And so I jumped into some restaurant work, doing a little bit of substitute teaching, even considered law school at that time. And it fell into completely by accident—the commercial baking. Karen Wetzel: From lawyer to baker, Michael Cerio: I've got a diverse set of interests, I guess you could say. Michael Cerio: So. Yeah. I just fell into this role working for a company that was at the time baking the bonds for McDonald's on the east coast. So I got really interested in the sales and service side of the business. Initially, that was where my role was focused. But as I got deeper into it, I got really curious about how do you make bread and rolls? Michael Cerio: And what's the science behind that. And so I find myself. The American Institute of Baking and the company agreed to pay my way in terms of expenses to go to Manhattan, Kansas,
In this episode, we explore two wine regions in the northeastern United States. While Vermont and northern New York State are both located in the extremes of viticultural viability, both regions have emerged as hubs of quality wine production. GuildSomm's Chris Tanghe interviews Master Sommelier David Keck about his winemaking venture in northwestern Vermont and then speaks with Meaghan Frank about her family's multi-generational winemaking legacy at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery in New York's Finger Lakes. This month's blind tasting segment with Emily Nixon features Kelly Coggins. Can you determine the wine purely based on Kelly's description? Additionally, Thatcher Baker-Briggs reveals the wine he presented in last month's Rosé & Orange Wines episode.
In Episode #41, Hanna Lee and Michael Anstendig of Hanna Lee Communications chat with Kathleen Squires, a freelance food & travel writer for the Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Food & Wine, Saveur and many other publications. Kathleen pens the “Cutting Class” column and contributes “In My Kitchen” profiles in the Wall Street Journal. She earned Les Dames d'Escoffier International's M. F. K. Fisher Award for Excellence in Culinary Writing. Kathleen is also co-author of several award-winning cookbooks and co-producer of the Emmy Award-nominated documentary, “James Beard: America's First Foodie.” Listen to this gregarious, passionate and ever-curious journalist share her thoughts on:What the Wall Street Journal's Off Duty section is all about.How “Cutting Class,” her butchery column in the Wall Street Journal, came about.Why Eric Wareheim, comedian, actor, writer, director, musician and now cookbook author, was such a compelling choice for her “In My Kitchen” profile in the Wall Street Journal.How geographical and cultural diversity are important to her stories.Why she thinks ROAR New York, a non-profit organization that advocates for restaurant workers, is moving hospitality forward. Connect with Kathleen on IG at @ksquiresnyc.For more information on our agency, please visit www.hannaleecommunications.com. For a chance to win our agency's new book, "The Japanese Art of the Cocktail," please email firstname.lastname@example.org and share your favorite pitching tip from the show.Connect with hosts Hanna Lee (@hannaleeny), Michael Anstendig (@michaelanstendig) and our agency (@hannaleepr) on IG. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This Weekend is GVO!! Good Vibes Only!! After a long and very trying week of working hard, it's time to pause and play...Grab your babe and favorite snack, sit back and enjoy the full-bodied flavor of this show. Enjoy!! Set 1: Kayla Waters-Open Portals The Moore Twins-Versatility Paula Atherton ft. Nathan Mitchell-Summer Song Althea Rene-Barbara Mae Julia Cunningham-Candlelight, Wine & Tiramisu Set 2: Elizabeth Mis-Forever & Ever J-Bris ft. Donald Hayes-The Smooth Side Gerry Smoot-Sweet Delight The Wayne James Xperience-Make You Smile Set 3: Grant Nicholas-If You Only Knew Ben Tankard-PassionFruit Kevin Jackson ft. Judah Sealy-Elevation Antonio Jackson-Just Like Heaven
Hi Friends! Ok so we're starting something new! For the next few weeks, we'll be covering the new Netflix miniseries Midnight Mass! If you haven't seen it, get started so you don't miss any episodes!!For ad-free episodes a day early plus awesome exclusive content, shout outs, and to pick what movies we watch, head over to https://www.patreon.com/tipsypodVisit http://www.tispypod.com for all things Tipsy Pod!--https://www.imdb.com/title/tt10574558Directed by Mike Flanagan (The Haunting of Hill House, The Haunting of Bly Manor, Gerald's Game)An isolated island community experiences miraculous events - and frightening omens - after the arrival of a charismatic, mysterious young priest.--Part of the Slash 'N Cast Podcast Network: https://www.slashncast.network/Voice over work by Dustin Kind: https://www.dustinkind.comAll podcast links: https://www.bio.link/tipsypod#podcast
With droughts, floods, hail, wildfires, and more challenging how wine is made, Familia Torres and Jackson Family Wines are leading the way to tackle climate change in the wine industry by founding the International Wineries for Climate Action. Founded in 2019, the group already has 22 members and continues to expand its reach and impact. Listen in as Josep Maria Ribas Portella, Climate Change Director for Familia Torres, and Julien Gervreau, VP Sustainability at Jackson Family Wines, tell us about the impacts of climate change, how to measure GHG in the wine industry, and ways wineries are working to improve their emissions. A mission-critical effort for the entire wine industry, listen in to learn more! Detailed Show Notes: Josep's & Familia Torres' backgroundClimate Change Director, an energy engineer, has been with Familia Torres for five yearsTorres - 150-year history, 5th generation running the companyClimate change dept reports directly to Miguel Torres (CEO), who got passionate about the subject after watching An Inconvenient Truth with Al GoreJulien & Jackson Family Wines' (“JFW”) backgroundVP Sustainability at JFWJFW is a large, family-owned company, best known for Kendall Jackson and La CremaIn the 2nd generation, the company is very passionate about climate change2008 - Torres and JFW came together on climate change and the need to measure greenhouse gas (“GHG”) emissionsInternational Wineries for Climate Action (IWCA)Founded by Torres and JFW in 2019~2010 - Miguel Torres tried to start something similar in Spain, but it didn't work outDeciding to partner w/ JFW and make it international led to the successful launch of the IWCAIWCA tries to standardize emissions measurement and communicationsThe wine industry is not a significant contributor to climate change, but agriculture is an emerging area of opportunity, and wine can represent agriculture more broadlyIWCA is 1st agriculture group to join the UN's “Race to Zero” initiativeImpact of climate change on the wine industryThe impacts are being felt globally (Torres)Advanced ripening of grapes (leading to higher alcohols)More extreme weather - prolonged droughts in Spain, flooding, late hail, hydric stress (leading to worse wildfires), late-season heat spikesMeasuring GHG emissions - Scope 1-3 definitionScope 1 - direct emissions - e.g., fuel burnt in winery vehicles, gas used in boilers, CO2 usageScope 2 - indirect emissions from purchase of electricityScope 3 - indirect emissions from purchased goods and services - e.g., packaging, logistics, waste disposal of bottles, etc.…Scope 1&2 are ~20-25% of GHG emissions, Scope 3 - 75-80%GHG impact of a bottle of wineUse World Resource Institute's GHG Protocol and ISO14064 inventory management processFor IWCA members (as of Oct 2021) - the average bottle of wine has a 1.61 CO2e/L of GHG emissionsRange - 0.75 - ~10 => larger wineries tend to be lower, smaller wineries tend to be higherGHG reduction measuresShipping is ~15% of carbon footprint for Torres => using railroad when possible, ship in bulk (for every 1 bulk shipper sent, it replaces 4 containers, saving 3 shipments)Electricity - many wineries installing onsite renewable energy, primarily solarHarvest is 2.5 months/year but uses ~50% of electric consumptionPackaging - ~25% of total GHG footprintGlass is ~20% of the total GHG footprintJFW - reduced the weight of bottles for KJ and La Crema - saved ~3-4% of total GHG emissions and saved moneyReduce weight bottles have more recycled content in the glass, reduce emissions of glass making process (e.g., Furnace of the Future), bloggers starting to weigh bottles before tastingTorres - bottles down to 400g, can't go much lower, or bottles will break on the bottling line or with consumersPotential future of re-utilizing bottlesRegenerative farming - could potentially lead to carbon sequestration in the soil, science still in progressIWCA Mission & PurposeDecarbonize the wine industry as fast as possible3 membership classes - Gold, Silver, Applicant (committed to joining)RequirementsCommit to Net Zero by 2050 with intermediate reductions by 2030 (all)Submit baseline GHG emissions inventory, verified by 3rd party audit (all)Min 20% onsite renewable energy (Gold)Constant reductions year over year (Gold)Do not recognize purchase of external offsets in reductionsTarget membershipGoal - 20 wineries by Nov 2021Oct 2021 - 22 wineriesMiguel Torres long-term target - 100 wineriesFees - a sliding scale by volumeFlat fee - €4,000 / yearVariable fee - €0.01 / case produced / year, cap of 600,000 casesMax fee = €10,000 / yearMeasurement & verification paid by wineries themselvesReleased a GHG calculator to enable wineries to catalog emissions data on their ownSmaller wineries join (there are members as small as a few thousand cases) to participate in something bigger and to amplify their voiceUpcoming for the IWCAOct 21st - 1st Member Report launch - includes all GHG inventories from all members, which will be made publicThe website will be overhauledFriends of IWCA category to be launchedThe initial stage of working groups launching
In honor of making it to our 100th episode, we have something special in store: We turned to some of our most opinionated staff editors to collect 100 recommendations for wines we love. Whether it's a special occasion, an achievement earned, a milestone reached or just plain-old making it through a Monday, we talk about some of our favorite pours to pop and enjoy right now to make every moment, no matter how big or small, deliciously count. From Baja Garnacha and Special Club Champagne to Riesling from all around the globe and, stellar South African pours of all types and styles, it's such an exciting time to be a wine lover, with so many wonderful bottles to try and stories behind them. Here are some of our faves. FOLLOW US ON: Instagram: @wineenthusiast Twitter: @WineEnthusiast Facebook: @WineEnthusiast
This week we sit down with our friends from 10 Mile Productions at the old Brown County Jail. Sara and Hayley pulled out all the stops and we were able to walk around the jail and get an idea of what the Wild, Wild West was like back in 1902 when the jail was built. Join us as we share stories about inmates, escapes, and murder. The wine for this week is named TEXZEN! Hayley and Sara take us on a wine journey of how TEXZEN was produced and share other secrets of winemaking with us. You're in for a treat! You can help keep the wine & stories flowing! Just click on our ko-fi link and you can contribute right there! Cheers friends! https://ko-fi.com/texaswineandtruecrime.And please visit us at Texas Wine and True Crime.
On this episode we discuss our Epcot day for the 50th celebration! We talk about the Creperie, Food and Wine and Remy's Ratatouille Adventure! IF you're looking to go to Walt Disney World in Florida or Disneyland in California, contact a travel agent at Main Street and More Travel and have one of us make your trip easy and stress FREE!! Oh did I mention that it's FREE to use a travel agent from Main Street and More? If you like the show, please subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts (formerly iTunes), Stitcher, Podbean or anywhere you listen to Podcasts! You can always join us on our The Mouse and More Podcast Facebook Group and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @ The Mouse and More Podcast! And IF you REALLY like us, please give us a review on iTunes, we love Good Reviews! Hope you enjoy this episode, talk to you soon!!
Oakland 5 patron Hugh Gitlin hosts this great game! Oakland 5 patron Clinton Reese teams up with Neal to take on Ken and Jeff. In this episode: Neal is a liar, it's sports movies by the numbers, and a very Triviality final round. Which team will rise to the top? Triviality 2021 Survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1zTM76m3oPj0aimKM1ysSc2KrguGJoRv6DJ7TDOdCoaQ/edit Supporters: https://www.trivialitypodcast.com/the-cream-of-the-crop/ Support us Directly: www.Patreon.com/TrivialityPodcast Please RATE, REVIEW, and SUBSCRIBE on iTunes or your preferred podcast app! Follow us on social media, and support the show on Patreon for great perks! www.TrivialityPodcast.com www.Facebook.com/TrivialityPod www.Twitter.com/TrivialityPod Want to hear your trivia question during an episode? Send us question to the email: TrivialityPodcast@Gmail.com with the subject QUESTION 5 and a host's name (Ken, Matt, Neal, or Jeff). We will read one listener submitted question per round. [New Episodes Every Tuesday] © Triviality – 2021
Created by Maiya Gaint, Black Girls Smell Good is an online community that rolls 115K members deep (across platforms) for Black women to share, obsess, and learn about all things fragrance. In this ep, I am joined by Maiya herself and WOW, it's a juicy one. Having previously spent time in beauty retail as both a sales associate and educator, Maiya spills the secrets on the behind-the-scenes of department store beauty departments. Spoiler alert: there's a reason you're guided towards certain fragrances and not others. We also discuss how Cloud is NOT a dupe for BR 540, the weird Internet obsession over the latter, how Maiya got into fragrance, her inspiration for creating BGSG, her first date perfume picks, the art of ASMR in fragrance reviews, Rihanna's Fenty fragrance, and the fine line between collecting vs. hoarding (hard to say where we fall on that one), and Maiya reveals her current relationship status… with her perfumes ;) FRAGS MENTIONED: Fragrance Du Bois NY 5th Ave, Penhaligon's Cairo, The Body Shop White Musk Lover, The Body Shop Black Musk, Nemat Amber, By Rosie Jane Rosie, Pure Instincts, Le Labo Rose 31, Montale Sensual Instincts, Tom Ford Lost Cherry, Kilian Princess, Baccarat Rouge 540, Alt Crystal No. 23, Ariana Grande Cloud, Estee Lauder Pleasures, Ocean Pacific OP Juice, Estee Lauder Youth Dew, Vera Wang Princess, Kilian Princess, Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb, Tom Ford Fucking Fabulous, Kilian's Kissing, MFK Gentle Fluidity Gold, Pinrose Pillowtalk Poet, JHAG Not A Perfume, Clean Reserve Warm Cotton, Montale Wild Pears, Montale So Iris Intense, Kilian After Sunset, Fenty Fenty, Kilian Love Don't Be Shy, Rihanna Reb'l Fleur, Vacation Inc by Arquiste, Tom Ford Beau de Jour, Giorgio by Giorgio Beverly Hills, Mugler Angel PERFUME 101: Cypriol Oil FOLLOW MAIYA: IG: @blackgirlssmellgood TT: @blackgirlssmellgood Follow Perfume Room: IG: @perfumeromopod @emmvern TT: @emma_vern
Caprio Cellars makes wines from estate vineyards in the Walla Walla viticultural area of eastern Washington. Owner and winemaker, Dennis Murphy crafts wines mainly from Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot from his three Walla Walla vineyards, one of which is named after his Italian grandmother Eleanor Caprio, and another for his great grandmother Sanitella Caprio. In the show, Dennis shares some good information about Walla Walla and its climate, soils, and the region's unique position in the wine world. The bulk of the show is dedicated to my conversation with him, and he gives us a different perspective from others we've talked to in Walla Walla, like Sleight of Hand Cellars (who doesn't love Jerry Solomon and Episode 295) and Amavi/ Pepperbridge (Eric McKibben rocks out Episode 294). But a lot of Dennis's references are to seminal figures in the Walla Walla wine industry. Photo: Dennis Murphy, Caprio Cellars Given that, in the first part of the show, I spend a few minutes telling you about the founding figures in the Walla Walla wine industry. Not only does this help in explaining the references, it sets you up to understand all of Walla Walla -- if you ever talk to anyone about the region or go visit, these names will come up over and over again. They are... Norm McKibben. A founding father of Walla Walla's wine industry, and he founded Pepper Bridge Cellars and Amavi. His mentorship, forward thinking attitude (he was an early proponent of sustainability), and openness are a big part of the success of Walla Walla. Jean-Francois Pellet is the Director of Winemaking and a partner at Pepper Bridge and Amavi. He was born and raised in Switzerland, and is a third-generation wine grower. After working in vineyards around Europe and for Heitz Cellars in the Napa Valley, he was recruited by Norm to Pepper Bridge and also helped start Amavi. He is an active partner in the businessl and an important force in the Walla Walla wine scene. Marty Clubb is Managing Winemaker and co-owner of L'Ecole N° 41 with his wife, Megan, and their children, Riley and Rebecca. Megan's parents, Jean and Baker Ferguson, founded L'Ecole in 1983. In 1989, Marty and Megan moved to Walla Walla and Marty became manager and winemaker of L'Ecole. Marty, along with Norm McKibben and Gary Figgins (see below) were the three most important figures in starting viticulture in the Walla Walla Valley. Marty is one of the most revered figures in Walla Walla. Gary Figgins is the founder of Leonetti Cellar, which was Walla Walla's first commercial winery. The Figgins family has been in Walla Walla for over a century and Gary learned viticulture from his uncles, who were farmers. He is self-taught and has done miraculous things for Walla Walla – Leonetti's wines were among the first to gain high scores and national recognition for the valley. Gary and his wife Nancy passed on the winery to their kids, Chris and Amy, but Gary is a major figure in the development of Walla Walla and is still active in vineyard consulting. Christophe Baron is a native of Champagne and came to Walla Walla in 1993 while doing an internship at a vineyard in Oregon. He saw the famed “rocks” of the Milton-Freewater district that looked like the puddingstone in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, and decided to buy 10 acres for his Cayuse Vineyards. The waitlist for the winery is many years deep, so Cayuse's wines are only available to us on the secondary market (auctions and stuff – there is a podcast to come on auctions that will make that secondary market easy to understand!). He's essential to helping make Walla Walla wine a coveted, hard to get luxury! Dennis Murphy mentions other important wineries: Gramercy Cellars, Va Piano, and Hanatoro, to name a few! Finally, we discuss a few vineyards: Seven Hills and Sevein: These are top vineyards of Walla Walla. They have unique soils and are managed by the founding fathers of Walla Walla – Norm McKibben, Marty, Clubb, Gary Figgins, and a few others, with many top wineries sourcing from this land. Photo: Seven Hills Vineyard After the intro, Dennis and I discuss Caprio, and its vineyards and its wines, which are quite tasty. Dennis discusses winemaking techniques, viticulture and sustainability, and his unique, very welcoming hospitality model. He has recently purchased a stake in Pepper Bridge and Amavi, so we discuss that briefly as well. If you haven't been to Walla Walla, put it on the list. In many ways it represents the. best of the American wine industry -- collegial, entrepreneurial, with a focus on hard work and quality. Who could ask for more? 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