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Foodie Tour Guide and blogger Jackie DeGiorgio is back talking about Milan's great pastry like a brioche with caramel lime filling, the city's coffee culture, and Lombardy wine. [Ep 252] Show Notes: Full Show Notes at https://radiomisfits.com/ded252/ A Signorina in Milan Jackie's first appearance on Destination Eat Drink Pavé Torrefazione Moka Hodeidah Manna I Dolci Namura Marchesi 1824 Martesana Milano Loste Cafe Vinoir Necchi Campiglio Villa San Bernardino alle Ossa
The guys got a special Grenache Day visit from one of the icons and iconoclasts of the Paso Robles rhone scene. Cris Cherry and family run Villa Creek Cellars and the MAHA Estate specializing in Grenache and blends that exemplify their West Paso terroir. The farming is immaculate and biodynamic, the wine making is focused and intense, Cris is passionate and wears his heart on the sleeve. A perfect combination to make for a fun show on a special day. [EP297]
Welcome to the Green Dragon Tavern! I'm joined by Joe Dolio, Mechmedic, Johnny Paratrooper, Madman Actual, Risky Chrisky and Patriotman to talk the border invasion, the drama that is the wine mom governors of New Mexico and Arizona, and endlessly clowning on the joke of the Republican Presidential candidates. The Guerilla's Guide to the Baofeng Radio is a #1 Bestseller! Brushbeater Store is live! Radio Contra Sponsors: Civil Defense Manual Tactical Wisdom Blacksmith Publishing Radio Contra Patron Program Brushbeater Training Calendar Brushbeater Forum Palmetto State Armory Primary Arms
Whether you imbibe alcohol or not, or are concerned about your drinking or not, you'll gain insight and empathy by listening to this episode. Guests Celeste Yvonne, author of It's Not About the Wine, and Amanda Kuda, who wrote the upcoming Unbottled Potential, open up with hosts Sarah and Molly about: -how giving up alcohol allows them to live more fully; -what a “gray-area drinker” is—and why it can be a bad place; -how sober-curious folks can “try on” sobriety; -getting comfortable with meditation—and its role as a sobriety-tool; and, -making friends and socializing as a non-drinker. Molly tells of her recent hiking excursion with her youngest daughter before the first guest joins around 11:45. Listen to the end of the ep to hear Coach Liz extol two topnotch books that'll strengthen your mental game in Miles of Books. Please help us strengthen our show by completing our podcast survey before October 9, 2023. When you shop our sponsors, you help AMR. We appreciate your—and their—support! Pretty is as pretty does: Enjoy 20% off your first order at ThriveCausemetics.com/AMR Calm racing thoughts: For 10% off your first month, go to betterhelp.com/amr Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Matt Crawford speaks with author Alex Gambal about his book, Climbing the Vines in Burgundy: How an American Came to Own a Legendary Vineyard in France. This is a unique memoir about the first non-Frenchman to ever own one of the Montrachet Grand Cru vineyards in Burgundy, France. Told through entertaining stories that celebrate the history of this world-renowned region, Gambal tells us how he went from parking lots and real estate in Washington D.C, to buying a vineyard and producing some of the world's best wine. All while learning on the fly and moving his family to France.
Betweent he two of them, it took 21 years to earn their Master Sommelier status; obviously, no easy task. Lest we forget, while studying for this accolade, one has to earn a living. THey met while working at the 2017 Best Restaurant in the World, 11 Madison and it was off to the races between them to carve out a niche in the wine world. Yes, having the moniker of a Master Sommelier opens doors in the wine and hospitality world, but it takes perserverance to see a need, develop a solution and execute the solution. In their case, bring the boutique expressive wines of Australia to the table of the American wione consumer. This task is not for the faint of heart. The miriad of laws in the US is enough to cause hours of head scratching let alone educating the consumer of the intricacies and geography of Australia. it is what we call in the industry a "hand sell." You can feel their passion for this project right here.
California bubbles, a remote place, the Anderson Valley AVA, hospitality in the blood, creating a memory, and interview with Gregg Lamer, Director of Hospitality, Roederer Estate. ON THE ROAD with MR CA WINE is about California's cool, aspirational lifestyle and awesome wines hosted by Chuck Cramer, a California 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 the key influencers in the industry who make it all happen. This week's episode includes an interview with Gregg Lamer, Director of Hospitality at Roederer Estate in the Anderson Valley AVA.
Welcome to Episode 1578, Segmenting the Fine Wine Consumers with Pauline Vicard and Andrea Lonardi This is the wine2wine Business Forum 2022 Series. The sessions are recorded and uploaded on Italian Wine Podcast. wine2wine Business Forum is an international wine business event, held annually in Verona, Italy since 2014. The event is a key reference point for wine producers and a diverse variety of wine professionals gather to develop and expand their wine business worldwide. Abstract: Fine wine consumers are a very specific segment of the wine market. Their profiles, needs and expectations can vary substantially from other wine consumers. From collectors to investors, they all respond to different motivations and buying patterns, that ARENI has been studying for the last four years, gathering both quantitative and qualitative data. This session will explore key insights from ARENI's latest research on fine wine consumers, and what it means in terms of successful marketing and communication campaign. More about today's speaker: Pauline Vicard Born and raised into a winemaking family in Burgundy, Pauline has been working in the wine sector for the last 15 years both in Europe and Internationally, in the market research department of the Burgundy wine office and the French Embassy, before creating her own corporate wine events and education company in Lille, France. She moved to London in 2015 to spearhead the Wine Library of the unique and acclaimed Clerkenwell London, a multi-space design destination, before developing the concept of Fine Minds 4 Fine Wines with Nicole Rolet that led to the creation of Areni Global. Pauline now directs all Areni's activities, when she is not studying for the Master of Wine exam or playing ultimate frisbee. Connect: Instagram: @labelsandgrapes Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pauline.vicard.7 Twitter: @Labelsandgrapes Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pauline-vicard-70505b33/ More about today's moderator: Andrea Lonardi Born in Valpolicella, he graduated in Agriculture from the University of Bologna and holds a Master's in management from the Grande École de Montpellier. Lonardi began his career with the Italian Wine Group (GIV) where he oversaw Italian wine territories totalling more than 1,200 hectares. In 2012 he became COO of Bertani Domains, now Angelini Wines & Estates. Lonardi is VP of the Consorzio Tutela Vini della Valpolicella, sits on the board of Unione Italiana. In August 2023 Andrea Lonardi became Italy's second Master of Wine Connect: Instagram: @andrea_lonardi_al Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/andrea.lonardi.756 Twitter: @AndreaLonardi74 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrea-lonardi/ _______________________________ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram www.instagram.com/italianwinepodcast/ Facebook www.facebook.com/ItalianWinePodcast Twitter www.twitter.com/itawinepodcast Tiktok www.tiktok.com/@mammajumboshrimp LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/company/italianwinepodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin! Thanks for tuning in! Listen to more stories from the Italian Wine Community here on Italian Wine Podcast!
October is almost upon us, and you know what that means... 31 DAYS OF HORROR! The annual challenge I partake in, where you have to watch a horror film you haven't seen for each day of October (or as many as you can) Follow my progress and comment what movies you watched, which ones you like or didn't, and which ones you were surprised by. Also, I rant about various topics per usual. As my pal the Crypt Keeper would say, "Pleasant Screams!" All this and more! leave a comment or voicemail on my socials or at https://anchor.fm/catacomb-cult and I might play it on the show. Much Love Please support the podcast by checking out the merch store. Free gifts and cool shit with a purchase of 2 items or more: https://thecatacombcult.bigcartel.com https://www.instagram.com/javinromero https://www.instagram.com/thecatacombcult Audio and Video gear used: Godox SL60w Light - https://amzn.to/3ky8Q6T Sony A6300 - https://amzn.to/3pZpJZz Sigma 16mm 1.4 - https://amzn.to/3uEpeHL Godox Lantern Softbox - https://amzn.to/3r46gbp Rode Podmics - https://amzn.to/3bN72mK Zoom PodTrak P4 - https://amzn.to/3bMqYWW Secondary Cameras: iPhones
What are the wine books every wine lover should own?We thought about it. We argued. We drank some wine. Argued some more...And then we decided: let's go for it. No messing around: choose just the six BEST books every wine lover needs, whether enthusiastic newbie or jaded expert.It wasn't easy. But this is the DEFINITIVE listing. A lot of thought and research went into this. Even some reading. Along the way we came across some bits that stopped us in our tracks. Like Hitler's secret wine cellar, 'freak' wines, the link between a dentist's drill and the most expensive bottle of wine ever sold, fish finger sandwiches, some cheeky poetry, the 'one-night-stand' of wines...And of course the quote about the salad and the sex toy
This week we're diving into another hashtag trendy diet that most of us have heard of if not tried. Whole30 is an elimination diet where you don't eat anything except for meat and juice....okay not really but it's really weird the things that you CAN and CANNOT eat on this diet and Katie breaks it down with Garet giving a vegetarian's perspective. So make some tea, sweeten it with honey, and curl up to listen to this week's episode that will, if anything, give you a new appreciation for beans! Reminder! While Garet is out on maternity leave, ALL subscribers to our Patreon get access to ad-free episodes (a perk usually reserved for Limbo Champions Only) - so sign up now at www.patreon.com/thebarisanklehigh . And make sure you're following us on Instagram @thebarisanklehigh to participate in our weekly episode title contest for your chance to win a free podcast sticker! Sources: www.whole30.com https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/whole-30 https://www.health.com/weight-loss/whole30-side-effects
Wines: 2022 Friā Friõ Vinho Verde White and RoséWelcome to another tantalizing episode of Wines to Find, where we take you on a journey to the beautiful vineyards of Portugal with our esteemed guests Jocelyn Brent and Lisa Rankin, the dynamic duo behind Friā Friõ. Jocelyn and Lisa both have intriguing, worldwide back stories, which they share as they guide us through Portugal's unique wine-making Vinho Verde region and it's offerings, as well as introduce us to their innovative and talented third-generation winemaker, Joana Santiago.Our conversation doesn't stop there. We embark on a deep exploration into the rising popularity of the low-alcohol wine category. Jocelyn and Lisa passionately advocate for these wines, revealing why they've become year-round favorites, particularly in high-end restaurants. Be ready to set sail on a wave of change in the wine world, as our guests share their vision to elevate low-alcohol wines, backed by the overwhelming global support from winemakers, restaurants, and consumers.As we draw to a close, we delve into the heart of the matter - sustainability and authenticity in winemaking. Jocelyn and Lisa share their commitment to producing wines that are confident, authentic, and carry immense respect for the vineyard. With the fall season right around the corner, we recommend trying their wines, and invite you to join them on their Instagram journey. So, grab your glass and immerse yourself in the captivating world of Vinho Verde and Vinho Verde Rosé wines.tay in the know and join our WTF Cru.About UsBuy us a Mimosa!We 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/) Thank you for making us part of your wine story. If you enjoyed this episode, please write a review and share with your wine loving friends and family. To connect with us or to inquire about being a guest on Wines To Find, visit our social media pages Instagram https://www.instagram.com/winestofindpodcast/Facebook https://www.facebook.com/winestofindpodcasts/Til the next glass ~ Cheers!And, remember, join us next time on Wines To Find!Sandy & Michelle
Lately Mike's been pondering a certain wine label from an Italian producer, Tolaini, and their Cabernet Sauvignon "Legit". Find out why, and hear how this wine came to be, from Lia Tolaini herself, who Zooms in from Tuscany. Also, what else has been in Mike's glass of late.To help SUPPORT the show financially click here (thank you!!).How about your own set of Official TallMikeWine Podcast Coasters??? Drop an email and we'll send some your way. Follow the Podcast on Instagram to see what's happening behind the scenes, and to really know what Mike is thinking while he's drinking.Wines discussed this episode:2013 Tolaini "Legit" Cabernet Sauvignon, Toscana IGT2010 Figgins Estate Red, Walla Walla ValleySupport the showIMPORTANT!! Please "follow" or "subscribe" to the podcast, so you don't miss an episode. If you listen on Apple Podcasts take a moment to rate (5 stars please!) and write a review. They tell me it helps A LOT!
Clare Tooley, Master of Wine, understood this assignment y'all. She chats with Trish about her British parents, being born in Spain, but living the first 7 years of her life in France and how that magic translated to the rest of her life. She discovered wine in Notting Hill (this is a fun story), and explains how this discovery led her down so many paths - not all of them truly inspiring. She started the Master of Wine program as a way to get back to that passion of wine. Clare is a gem of an interview, it's one you may want to listen to over and over again.
Maria Valetta, wine educator and certified sommelier, and Robert Tas head to Las Vegas where they stop in at Buddy V's an Italian restaurant in the Venetian resort with views of the strip. What a great place to relax, enjoy, and people-watch in Vegas. Maria kicks off the review with wines from the extensive wines-by- the glass list before moving on to a stellar bottle for prosecco lovers, and a fabulous, must-not-be-missed Friuli. For red fans, she also spots a baby Super Tuscan, a certified organic barolo and many more. Wines reviewed include: 2019 Trinchero, Iron & Sand, Paso Robles, California Nino Franco Rustico, Prosecco Veneto 2015 Ziata, Mia Madre, Bordeaux Blend Napa, For more information on today's episode, and the wines you love to love, visit www.corkrules.com.
A couple of cases of betrothing a daughter - with a cup of wine, with a package of vegetables in the marketplace. And who's doing the betrothing? The father of the daughter to the father of a son is a complicated question. And the marketplace complicates matters because it (or the vegetables themselves) may be lacking in respect. Plus, when the mother and father of the daughter each want their daughter betrothed to a relative of each respective side. Also, terumah! Namely, how the minor might be allowed to continue eating terumah, or not. Specifically, if a minor accepts kiddushin without her father's knowledge. What are the implications to the betrothal? With a dispute over the meaning of the father's silence (or lack of protest) at the immediate timing.
In this remotely done discussion and drinks, Jimmy and Mike talk about life…The craziness happening within theirs respectively. Everything from School of Rock Concerts to Epcot Food and Wine visits and everything in between. But also with some AI discussion like, why AI is great for cooking recipes to why people are dumb for taking it so seriously now and some WWE/UFC merger-layoff discussion at the end. So much covered in this REMOTE AF edition of D&D!Get some more helpings of BIMP at http://www.patreon.com/baconismypodcastFind everything else BIMP:Twitter: @BaconisMyPodInstagram: @BaconisMyPodFacebook: www.facebook.com/baconismypodAnd of course our website: www.baconismypodcast.comWant some visual Bacon is My Podcast?Check out this episode and all others on Strangerhood TV on YouTube.www.strangerhoodtv.com and make sure to check out all the other great content on the channel!We are a PROUD part of the DEN aka The Deluxe Edition Network! Check out other awesome podcasts at http://www.deluxeeditionnetwork.com Get additional BIMP content at www.patreon.com/baconismypodcastWe're proudly sponsored by Manscaped and when you use the promo code BACONPOD at manscaped.com you'll get 20% your entire order!We'd like to introduce our new sponsor, Mythical Beards as well! Use the promo code BACON15 for 15% off at mythicalbeards.comDon't forget to use the promo code BACON at our sponsors NativeBlendClothing.com, DrinkWildBills.com, PodDecks.com and GrillYourAssOff.com the best deals on your order!#podcast #baconismypassion #strangerhoodtv #youtubechannel #youtubepodcast #cravingstrange #somethingheavy #betterthanradio #baconismypodcast #poweredbypoddecks #manscaped #drinkwildbills #grillyourassoff #mythicalbeards ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Monet and Sisley share what they've seen with the art students, who begin to ask around to gather any information they can about the strange creature stalking the streets.Find out more about the Nature of My Game Podcast at www.NoMGPodcast.com or on Instagram and Twitter @NoMGPodcast. To support us on Patreon, visit www.patreon.com/NoMGPodcast.This podcast episode is based on "Mysteries of the Oenomorph" from Cassilda's Song, a Yellow King RPG campaign written by Robin D. Laws and published by Pelgrane Press. It uses trademarks and/or copyrights owned by Pelgrane Press Ltd, which are used under the Pelgrane Press Ltd Community Use Policy. We are expressly prohibited from charging you to use or access this content. This podcast episode is not published, endorsed, or specifically approved by Pelgrane Press Ltd. For more information about Pelgrane Press Ltd's Community Use Policy, please visit this page. For more information about Pelgrane Press LTD, visit pelgranepress.com.Listeners of the Nature of My Game podcast can get 10% off purchases of the Yellow King RPG from pelgranepress.com using the promo code POD#NOMGPOD at checkout.Music Credit:Intro Music by Jean Luc Bouchard | www.jeanlucbouchard.com"Belle Epoque" from the Yellow King RPG Suite by James Semple | Find The Yellow King RPG Suite hereOther music courtesy of Epidemic Sound
Deb from Stilson Cellars, Nancy of Hoyt Family Vineyards, and Caitlyn Pianetta were in live to join Adam talking about their Vibe Weekend Oct 13-15. So much going on, like a half a dozen things a day to check out, from mimosa tastings, live music, and tons more. The marquis event is a grand tasting as Paso Robles Inn Ballroom the afternoon fo Sat Oct 14. For more info and tickets, check out www.downtownpasowine.com
If you listen to All Things Considered on MPR News in the afternoon, you've probably noticed that host Tom Crann has a passion for talking about food via his weekly Appetites segment. And in those conversations, you've likely heard Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl's voice. Moskowitz Grumdahl is a nationally respected food writer. She's a six-time winner of the James Beard Awards — the Oscar of the food world. Her food writing has been published in USA Today, Food & Wine, Gourmet, Bon Appetit and other outlets. She's also explored Minnesota's culinary scene for decades — from the best “Juicy Lucy” to what's new to eat at the Minnesota State Fair, from trying to define “northern cuisine” to the hottest Twin Cities restaurants. Moskowitz Grumdahl spoke with Crann last week at an MPR News event about her new book, “The Essential Dear Dara: Writings on Local Characters and Memorable Places.” Guest: Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl is an award-winning food writer. Most often, she writes about people and Minnesota's culinary scene for Mpls.St.Paul Magazine.Subscribe to the MPR News with Angela Davis podcast on: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or RSS. Use the audio player above to listen to the full conversation.
How often do you think about the Roman Empire? Well, this week Tug requested a wine from Rome so Kathryn's opening up “the nun wine.” Yes, this delightful white wine from Lazio is made by sisters of the Cistercian order and has quite a cult following. Kathryn talks about Lazio, the Italian state where this wine is made. The Ryder Cup, the world's most prestigious team golf tournament (go USA), is taking place in Rome this week - just 90 minutes from the winery. At home, well, bedtime is a mess. Tug celebrates the conclusion of the Writers Guild strike and appreciates the generous WGA community. The Wine of the Week is the Monastero Suore Cistercensi ‘Coenobium' Lazio Bianco, Italy 2021. Follow us on Instagram: @thelongfinish @esterswine @kathrynweilcoker @tugcoker Writers Guild of America ends their strike against the AMPTP https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2023_Writers_Guild_of_America_strike Miguel Cabrera receives a gift of Caymus wine from the Oakland A's https://vinepair.com/booze-news/miguel-cabrera-oakland-athletics-caymus
Ellie's Wine: Sete Tropical Orange Wine Jessica's Wine: 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon by Herencia del Valle This month Ellie and I chismear from all the celebrity divorces to the VMA's and everything in-between. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What do you know about The Loire Valley? Have you heard of any wines coming from this region? Do you know what major grapes are grown here? In this week's podcast, Sarah is giving a brief overview on the Loire Valley. It's a quick episode to give you a high level perspective on the region and the main facts you need to know before diving into wines from this region. Hit play now to learn about The Loire and don't forget to hit subscribe so that you never miss an episode. New podcasts drop every Wednesday! Watch this episode on my youtube channel: https://youtu.be/1JYmbiL1vi4 Sign up for The Wine CEO newsletter and get a free guide to Food & Wine Pairing: thewineceo.com Email: Sarah@thewineceo.com Instagram & TikTok: @thewineceo
SponsorsCaleb and Greg discuss a beloved oenophile who was shaking up the stuffy world of high-end wine collectors by buying and selling large quantities of sought after bottles. HOW TO EARN FREE CPEIn less than 10 minutes, you can earn 1 hour of NASBA-approved accounting CPE after listening to this episode. Download our mobile app, sign up, and look for the Oh My Fraud channel. Register for the course, complete a short quiz, and get your CPE certificate.Download the app:Apple: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/earmark-cpe/id1562599728Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.earmarkcpe.appQuestions? Need help? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.CONNECT WITH THE HOSTSGreg Kyte, CPATwitter: https://twitter.com/gregkyteLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregkyte/Caleb NewquistTwitter: https://twitter.com/cnewquistLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/calebnewquist/Email us at email@example.comSources: The great wine fraud - The GuardianSouthern District of New York | Wine Dealer Rudy Kurniawan Convicted In Manhattan Federal Court For Creating And Selling Millions Of Dollars Of Counterfeit Wine | United States Department of Justice - DOJSouthern District of New York | Prominent Wine Dealer Rudy Kurniawan Sentenced In Manhattan Federal Court To 10 Years In Prison For Selling Millions Of Dollars Of Counterfeit Wine - DOJManhattan U.S. Attorney And FBI Assistant Director-In-Charge Announce Charges Against Wine Dealer For Multi-Million Dollar Fraud Schemes - DOJSour Grapes - Documentary Film currently available on PeacockHow Long Can A Wine Be Stored And When Is It Ready To Drink? - rarewineinvest.com History Of The Wine Investment Market - BiBOHow Rudy Kurniawan Fooled the Wine World - Wine EnthusiastThe F.B.I. Has an Art Crime Team. And These Days, It's Busy - NYTBillionaire Koch brother's crusade against counterfeit wine - CBS NewsIn Vino Duplicitas: The Rise and Fall of a Wine Forger Extraordinaire - Book by Peter Hellman
It's the last installment of our fall guide, and we're talking wineries and vineyards. You might not realize the DMV is a place that grows award-winning wine, but Dave McIntyre of the Washington Post is here to tell us which we should try for ourselves. Let us know what you think of the newscast at the end of our episodes with this short, multiple-choice survey: https://forms.gle/7mggSwc1jNSETNoP7 Here's our written guide to local wineries and how to make the most of them. Sign up for our morning newsletter Hey DC for more amazing content like this. Check out our episode on Georgetown streateries. Interested in advertising with City Cast? Find more info HERE. And we'd love to feature you on the show! Share your DC-related thoughts, hopes, and frustrations with us in a voicemail by calling 202-642-2654. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of the Vint Podcast, Billy Galanko and Brady Weller have the pleasure of sitting down with Master Sommelier, author, and wine importer, Jane Lopes. Jane's remarkable journey has seen her traversing some of the world's most prestigious dining establishments, from Eleven Madison Park in New York to Melbourne's renowned Attica. In 2018, she achieved the coveted title of Master Sommelier, a testament to her exceptional palate and dedication.But that's not all – Jane is also the author of the captivating book "Vignette: Stories of Life and Wine in 100 Bottles," published in 2019. Today, she joins us to discuss her latest venture, "How to Drink Australian," co-authored with her husband, Jonathan Ross. This groundbreaking book is a comprehensive exploration of the Australian wine landscape, offering insights into the evolution of wine in different regions, the unique terroirs, wine styles, and profiles of both emerging stars and industry legends.Jane and Jonathan take us on a journey across Australia, state by state, region by region, uncovering the fascinating stories and flavors that make Australian wine truly exceptional. With detailed maps by renowned cartographer Martin von Wyss and a handy glossary, this book is a must-read for wine enthusiasts. Join us for an enlightening conversation as Jane Lopes shares her experiences, insights, and passion that fuels her mission to bring the great wines of Australia to the United States.Link to purchase "How to Drink Australian"For more information on the Vint investment platform, please contact us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. The Vint Podcast is brought to you by the Vint Marketplace, your source for the highest quality stock of fine wines and rare whiskies. Visit www.vintmarketplace.com. Cheers!Past Guests Include: William Kelley, Peter Liem, Eric Asimov, Bobby Stuckey, Rajat "Raj" Parr, Erik Segelbaum, André Hueston Mack, Emily Saladino, Konstantin Baum, Landon Patterson, Heather Wibbels, Carlton "CJ" Fowler, Boris Guillome, Christopher Walkey, Danny Jassy, Kristy Wenz, Dan Petroski, Buster Scher, Andrew Nelson, Jane Anson, Tim Irwin, Matt Murphy, Allen Meadows, Altan Insights, Tim Gaiser, Vince Anter, Joel Peterson, Megan O'Connor, Adam Lapierre, Jason Haas, Ken Freeman, Lisa Perrotti-Brown, Skyler Weekes, Mary Gorman McAdams, Nick King, Bartholomew Broadbent, Nick Jackson, Dillon Sykes, Mark Bell, David Keck, John Szabo, Channing Frye, Jay Hack Disclaimer: https://vint.co/disclaimer
Why does it seem taboo to talk about the intoxicating effects of wine? What's prompting so much wine shaming of those who enjoy easy-drinking commercial wines that have residual sugar, and why do these wines play an important role in the wine market? How can memoirs have more emotional impact than biographies, and what's the difference between the two? In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm being interviewed by Calla Bischoff and Kara Ferreira on their Boozy Biddies Talk Wine podcast. You can find the wines we discussed at https://www.nataliemaclean.com/winepicks Highlights Why did I dedicate Wine Witch on Fire to my mother? What makes memoirs often more emotionally impactful than biographies? Why is it taboo to talk about the intoxicating effects of wine? What is it about wine that feeds into the perception of sophistication and elegance compared to other alcoholic beverages? How can you integrate the intellectual aspect of wine with the buzz? Why do I believe commercial wines serve an important role in the industry? How did I decide which wines to include in Wine Witch on Fire? What are some of the challenges still being faced by women and people of color in the industry? 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 Calla Bischoff and Kara Ferreira Calla Bischoff is an east coast kid at heart who has made her way out west where she worked as a wine supplier for seven years. She's pivoted in the industry, now focusing on selling corks and oak barrels to distilleries around North America, but is physically incapable of staying away from wine even if her sales focus on the harder stuff. Kara Ferreira is still an East Coast kid – despite being born in California – who grew up drinking Italian wine at home with her Italian family (which, thanks to Ancestry.com, we now know is only about 6% Italian). She also took a course on Italian wine while studying abroad, so naturally this makes her an expert. Together they created Boozy Biddies Talk Wine, a fun and irreverent exploration of wine for people who love drinking it and want to know just a bit more about it. To learn more, visit https://www.nataliemaclean.com/252.
How often have you thought about committing weeks at a time to abstain from alcohol… but something came up so you caved earlier than you'd hoped? It's happened to all of us. For me, even in my early to mid-thirties, I started to notice alcohol was NOT serving me. Drinking alcohol— even just a few glasses of wine at dinner— felt disruptive to my health. I put weight on fast, my brain felt scrambled, and I felt hazy and moody. I knew based on my feelings that my health would benefit so much more without it. Now, fast forward to today— I have abstained from drinking alcohol for more than a year at a time. The latest data is clear– there's no safe amount of alcohol that your brain and liver can tolerate. Alcohol is a straight-up poison and a neurotoxin, and it significantly disrupts our hormones and metabolism. I mean, are we even surprised that our hormones are messing with how our alcohol hits the system? And the whole concept of the wind-down is NOT doing us any favors— it's setting us up to lose. That's why I brought Celeste Yvonne onto the show today to share the dangers of mommy-wine culture, and why it's hiding an even bigger problem happening in our society. Now 5+ years sober, Yvonne is a better parent than ever before. And she stands by other moms in support of eliminating the pressures of drinking in motherhood. So join us today for this powerful conversation all about how Yvonne faced her challenges head-on and decided to quit drinking for good. If you've been feeling rundown, numb, stressed, or you just know something is off, I encourage you to consider giving up drinking for at least 14 days just see how your body shifts without alcohol in the system. And for more support, guidance, and tips on navigating a sober challenge, you won't want to miss this podcast. So listen now and finally take charge of serving yourself more of what your body really needs… less alcohol! Celeste Yvonne Celeste Yvonne is a writer and a founding host of the Sober Mom Squad. She's a certified sober coach (IAPRC) with over 20 years of experience, offering guidance on parenting, motherhood, mommy wine culture, and sobriety. She's been featured in the Washington Post, Good Morning America, The Today Show, and Refinery 29. She also has written for the Wall Street Journal and Publishers Weekly bestseller So God Made a Mother. Celeste has been sober herself for over 5 years, and she advocates for mothers dealing with addiction and mental health struggles. IN THIS EPISODE The influence alcohol had on Celeste as a mother Society's pressure and expectations placed on moms Why motherhood is one of the worst times for women to be drinking Defining moments that led to limiting alcohol consumption The repercussions that even one drink has on women Navigating sobriety and tips for social drinking situations Setting boundaries with others regarding drinking Tasty alternatives to alcohol and making your own mocktails Learning how we can better support moms and women All about Celeste's Sober Mom Squad RESOURCES MENTIONED Get Celeste's Book– It's Not About the Wine on Amazon | It's Not About the Wine on Broadleaf Books Celeste Yvonne's Website Sober Mom Squad Visit nutrisense.io/mariza and use my code MARIZA for $30 off & 1 month of free dietitian support. RELATED EPISODES #504: I Decided To Not Drink Alcohol This Year And Here's Why #345: To Drink Or Not To Drink? Why Drinking As We Get Older Is Hard On Our Hormones #297: Is It Possible To “Have It All” As A Mom Today? #388: The Top 5 Things I Have Learned From Being A Mom So Far
This episode's guest is Ben Justman, the founder of Peony Lane Vineyards. Ben is making some amazing wine using natural processes at the highest winemaking elevation in the country. He is also accepting Bitcoin for the sale of his products and utilizing the circular economy of Bitcoin for everyday transactions. This episode we discuss what lead Ben to become an entrepreneur and move back to his hometown to chase the dream of making and selling his own wine. We talk about the challenges he's faced with cultivating his own grapes and the process to make them into wine from scratch. We dive into the business side of the wine trade and how he is hoping to grow his company to better his local community. Lastly, we talk about how Ben fell down the Bitcoin rabbit hole and how that niche has fueled relationships that have helped his company grow. Hope you enjoy the show!Peony Lane Website: https://www.peonylanewine.com/ Ben's Twitter: https://twitter.com/BenJustmanOur River Development: https://www.mountainforkresort.comOur Broken Bow Cabin Rentals: https://mountainforkvacations.com/ Max's Twitter: https://twitter.com/max_gagliardiPodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/Always_Building
What a time to be alive! New York Times, domestic and international tours, add network show with Tastemade, and 100 episodes to the list! The hits keep adding up for the Wine and Hip Hop cru, so Wolf of Wine hits the mic to celebrate 100 episodes and break down his experience filming his new show Street Somm! Tune in to Tastemade on September 25th
And now for part 2..... Jermaine sits with Hip Hop legend Canibus to break down the different elements of complex raps to explain what complexity and wine mean. This is not just a podcast about wine. It's a master class in how to write a dope rap, with significant insight on flow, metaphors, wordplay, and vocabulary with two masters at their craft. You would never think that Canibus was a classically trained clarinet player, by a conductor of the Philharmonic. but that was just one of the details. We learned in this interview. Whether a rap nerd or a wine nerd this is not one you want to miss.
Detroit City Distillery is doing an amazing Bespoke Bourbon Tour at the Whiskey Factory. Every Thursday small groups are invited deep in to the Whiskey Factory for an even deeper tour the offerings from Detroit City Distillery. Jamie and August take the tour with help from Jennifer and Spenser gathering video and audio. Garrett take us through the Bespoke Experience. Well worth a trip on a Thursday. https://www.detroitcitydistillery.com/visithttps://www.whiskeyfactorydetroit.com/Episode 12 - Man Cave Happy Hour with Mike Forsyth of the Detroit City Distilleryhttps://linktr.ee/ManCaveHappyHourwww.ManCaveHappyHour.comJamie Flanagan @DJJamieDetroitMatt Fox @fox_beazlefoxMerch www.WearingFunny.com
A river of wine in the streets, millions of dollars to dispose of Bordeaux, Miller High Life destroyed for being “the Champagne of beers”. We are rounding up all the insane wine news in today's podcast. Director Jason Wise also talks about why the next SOMM Film, “Cup of Salvation” took so damn long to finally release. Make sure to go to www.sommfilms.com to get your tickets to see the next SOMM Film on the big screen beginning in LA October 6th, 2023!
Reading Kenny's website www.bluerockvineyard.com, you will learn that the night he met his wife it was love ar first sight...for him. Tongue tied the rest of the night, the story ends well with solid marriage; lets face it, it would have to be if she stuck around through the creation of a winery. The story behind Blue Rock winery is storied. You gon't just buy a delapidated farmhouse with a collapsed roof on land that many might have said will never work..but sometimes ignorance is bliss and the Kahn's bought it regardless. You might think that Kenny and his wife were Californians who had anticipated this lifestyle all along, no, they are from memphis (the hot bed of the American wine trade) and knew little more that barbecue...but had a hankering of fine food. Have a listen and you too will be mesmorized and inspired by the story.
This episode of Force Toast was recorded during the 2023 WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes. The projects discussed in this episode would not exist were it not for the hard work of the writers and actors currently on strike. We stand in solidarity with the guilds fighting for higher compensation from streaming and protections against the encroachment of artificial intelligence. Support the striking guilds here and here.In Episode 104, hosts Alyce and Laura discuss all the recent Star Wars movie news, field trips, alien anatomy, brooms and the truth about Vader's junk.Has your field trip ever almost burned down a movie theater? Drawing out the limited news we have to discussGood lord, is the Taika movie happening or not? (via LRM)David S. Goyer wrote a Star Wars script/treatment (via Josh Horowitz)A Lando series update! (via Variety)The makeup process to bring Hera and Ahsoka to life (via Dagobah Dispatch)We kick off another stacked Recap on Tap with a quick spoiler discussion on Star Wars Inquisitor: Rise of the Red Blade (skip 23:50-31:10 to avoid spoilers) and briefly touch on Tales of Light & LifeRecap and review of Ahsoka Parts 5 and 6 with spoilers!There is a distinct lack of ear holes in AhsokaHelpful links referenced in this episode:The Jedi Way is doing Ahsoka reviews! Find our review of Part 5: Shadow Warrior here and our Part 6: Far, Far Away review here!Twitter: @forcetoastpod | @sLeiaAllDay | @ShutUp_LauraInstagram: @forcetoastpodEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: forcetoastpod.com*This podcast contains a sh!t ton of profanity and boozin. You can find a bleeped version of this podcast absolutely nowhere. Cheers!
In this episode of the My Simplified Life podcast, host Michelle Glogovac interviews Natalie MacLean, a drinks journalist and author of the book "Wine Witch on Fire." They discuss Natalie's personal journey with wine, her struggles with divorce and online mobbing, and her insights on the perception of wine drinking for women. Natalie shares her experiences and offers valuable lessons on finding balance, recognizing underlying issues, and embracing personal growth. What we're talking about Wine as a Reward: Natalie discusses the dangers of using wine as a reward and the importance of questioning the motivation behind drinking. She encourages finding alternative ways to cope with stress and taking time for self-reflection. Resilience and Self-Reflection: Natalie shares her experiences with online mobbing and its impact on her mental health. She emphasizes the significance of self-reflection, taking personal responsibility, and rising above challenges with resilience. Redefining Wine Culture: Natalie addresses the problematic marketing of wine to women and challenges the notion that wine should only be associated with special occasions or stress relief. She advocates for redefining wine culture and embracing personal preferences without judgment. Wine as a Reward Natalie discusses the dangers of using wine as a reward and the need to question the underlying motivations behind drinking. She shares her personal journey of using wine to cope with stress and highlights the importance of finding alternative ways to relax and unwind without relying solely on alcohol. By taking time for self-reflection and exploring other activities, individuals can develop healthier coping mechanisms and regain control over their relationship with wine. Resilience and Self-Reflection Natalie opens up about her experiences with online mobbing and the toll it took on her mental health. She emphasizes the significance of self-reflection and personal responsibility in overcoming challenges. By acknowledging one's role in difficult situations and seeking therapy or support, individuals can develop resilience and grow from their experiences. Natalie's story inspires others to face adversity head-on and emerge stronger on the other side. Redefining Wine Culture Natalie addresses the problematic marketing of wine to women, highlighting the unfair expectations and judgments placed upon female wine drinkers. She encourages individuals to redefine wine culture and embrace their personal preferences without feeling the need to conform to societal norms. By celebrating individual tastes and enjoying wine without guilt or judgment, people can cultivate a healthier and more inclusive wine culture that focuses on enjoyment rather than stereotypes. LINKS MENTIONED www.winewitchonifre.com https://instagram.com/nataliemacleanwine https://facebook.com/natdecants https://twitter.com/nataliemaclean https://linkedin.com/in/nataliemaclean https://goodreads.com/natalie_maclean
Welcome back to A Pod of Their Own, an all-women led Home Run Applesauce podcast where we talk all things Mets, social justice issues in baseball, and normalize female voices in the sports podcasting space. This week, we begin by talking a little bit about the Mets, but mostly getting excited for Dollars for Dingers, which is on Saturday at 4:00pm at Ebbs at Citi Field. If you are unable to make it in person, you can purchase raffle tickets online for a Starling Marte signed baseball or a Home Run Apple neon from Athlete Logos until 11:59pm on Friday night. In our baseball segment this week, we talk about the challenge to MLB's antitrust exemption currently before the Supreme Court. We also talk about the A's giving Miguel Cabrera—a recovering alcoholic—a cheap bottle of wine as a retirement gift. We also shout out this incredible piece from Sam Blum of The Athletic about the tragic story of Angels prospect Zac Kristofak's family. Finally, we wrap things up with Walk-off Wins, where each of us talks about what's making us happy this week, baseball-related or otherwise. You can listen or subscribe to all of our wonderful Home Run Applesauce podcasts through Apple Podcasts, where we encourage you to leave a review if you enjoy the show. It really helps! And you can find us on the Stitcher app, Spotify, or listen wherever you get podcasts. You can also support our work by subscribing to our Patreon, which will get you bonus episodes, access to our Discord server, livestream experiences, an exclusively monthly playlist, and more! You can follow A Pod of Their Own on Twitter and Instagram (@apodoftheirown) and you can follow Home Run Applesauce on Twitter and Instagram (@HRApplesauce). You can also follow our co-hosts on Twitter: Allison McCague (@PetitePhD), Maggie Wiggin (@maggie162), and Linda Surovich (@LindaSurovich). You can also email the show at email@example.com. Look for A Pod of Their Own in your feeds every week and don't forget: there's no crying in podcasting! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to Episode 1575 on Italian Wine Podcast, Wine, Food & Travel With Marc Millon. Today, he will be interviewing Giuseppe Mazzarosa More about today's guest: Cantina Mazzarosa is a historic winery located in the heart of Abruzzo, boasting a rich legacy that began in 1863. It stands as a testament to over 150 years of passionate winemaking, intertwined with the very birth of the Kingdom of Italy, through the visionary leadership of Senator Giuseppe Devincenzi. Senator Devincenzi, not just a political stalwart, but an inventive genius, transformed his property into a pioneering vineyard, introducing innovative techniques now revered in winemaking. The winery is nestled in the esteemed Colline Teramane DOCG region, specifically in Roseto degli Abruzzi, where the vines benefit from a unique terroir enriched by the Vomano River and the Adriatic Sea's proximal breezes. Today, the Mazzarosa Devincenzi estate stands as a living narrative, encapsulating a family's dedication to crafting wines that are a fusion of tradition, innovation, and the unique terroir of the Teramo Hills. As stewards of this enduring legacy, the Mazzarosa family continues to produce wines that resonate with history, passion, and the land's unique character. Connect: Website: mazzarosa.com Instagram: mazzarosa_devincenzi LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/giuseppe-mazzarosa Facebook: Cantina-Mazzarosa-Devincenzi More about the host Marc Millon: Marc Millon, VIA Italian Wine Ambassador 2021, has been travelling, eating, drinking, learning and writing about wine, food and travel for nearly 40 years. Born in Mexico, with a mother from Hawaii via Korea and an anthropologist father from New York via Paris, he was weaned on exotic and delicious foods. Marc and his photographer wife Kim are the authors of 14 books including a pioneering series of illustrated wine-food-travel books: The Wine Roads of Europe, The Wine Roads of France, The Wine Roads of Italy (Premio Barbi Colombini), and The Wine Roads of Spain. Other titles include The Wine and Food of Europe, The Food Lovers' Companion Italy, The Food Lovers' Companion France, Wine, a global history. Marc regularly lectures and hosts gastronomic cultural tours to Italy and France with Martin Randall Travel, the UK's leading cultural travel specialist. He is soon to begin a regular series on Italian Wine Podcast, ‘Wine, food and travel with Marc Millon'. When not on the road Marc lives on the River Exe in Devon, England Connect: quaypress.uk/ marcmillon.co.uk vino.co.uk quaypress.com LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/marc-millon-50868624 Twitter: @Marc_Millon _______________________________ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram www.instagram.com/italianwinepodcast/ Facebook www.facebook.com/ItalianWinePodcast Twitter www.twitter.com/itawinepodcast Tiktok www.tiktok.com/@mammajumboshrimp LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/company/italianwinepodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin! Thanks for listening! - This show is all about food and wine pairings, and traveling through Italy with Marc. Join his food, wine and cultural journey!
In this episode of On The Back Bar Podcast, Chris welcomes Bangkok sommeliers Guillaume Celante, The Wine Merchant, and Morgan Daniel, Formerly of Blue by Alain Ducasse, to the studio for a bottle of wine and discussion on Bangkok F&B, natural wines and the wine industry in Thailand. ***** 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. Say thanks with the link below! :) https://www.patreon.com/onthebackbar ***** 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 Chris@gastronomerlifestyle.com
Many country clubs were considered dinosaurs prior to the pandemic. But in a post-covid world, families are investing in meaningful experiences closer to home. That's where Dallas-based Invited is seizing the opportunity, transforming the tired clubs of yesterday into thriving social and activity hubs across the country. In this episode, DBJ Associate Editor Alexa Reed welcomes Invited CEO David Pillsbury to share what he and his team are doing to transform the industry.
**TRIGGER WARNING WITH THIS EPISODE: WE DISCUSS MATURE TOPICS THAT ARE NOT FOR SMALL CUTE EARS Chosen Girlies! Welcome back to the tub where, today, we are talking CHRISTIANS AND ALCOHOL! Oop! Buckle up, beautiful buttercups. Today we pose the questions: What is the current climate we have observed with Christians and alcohol consumption? What does the Bible say about alcohol consumption? What should we do personally about this? Join us back here next week wherever you find your podcast, and if you like what you hear, give us a five star review or keep in touch with us on instagram, @chosengirlmovement. **DISCLAIMER:** Hot Tub Hot Takes is a division of the Chosen Girl tell me bout it podcast and is not meant to display or support any exclusive opinion on matters discussed in the hot tub. Chosen Girl acts as an advocate to many sides of different coins in hopes to ultimately seek truth and spur transformation of common misconceptions. The content of this podcast is not intended to replace time spent in the Word. The side effects of this podcast may include but are not limited to increased humility, compassion, participation in discipleship, and increased appetite for God's truth. Listeners are cautioned to avoid hateful conversation, wreaking havoc on social media, and/or opinionated ranting upon listening. We recommend doses of thoughtful reflection and respect on disagreements instead. Always consult your Primary Grace provider and seek the wisdom and counsel of the Holy Spirit over popular or culturally natural opinion. Thank you for listening. Results may vary. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/chosengirl/support
Pinot Noir is a challenging grape. It's hard to grow, hard to work with in the cellar, and the style varies drastically based on where it's made, who is making it, and when it was grown (vintage). We haven't covered Pinot in a decade, so we decided to do a reboot on the grape mini-series and add all the new information and insights I've gathered over the last 10+ years since the last one. From clones to climate change, we give the full story on Pinot and talk about how no two wines are alike and the many reasons they differ. We cover the main growing regions in the Old World – Burgundy, Germany, Italy, etc – and the New World – California, Oregon, New Zealand, Chile, Australia and more – and discuss the style differences between the major regions. This show is packed with information (and it's got my opinions too, which may not be yours…don't be offended!). If you love Pinot, check regularly on winefornormalpeople.com/classes for the Pinot Noir Around the World class, taught twice a year, and the Wines of Burgundy class, which is an intensive look at the birthplace of Pinot. Enjoy! Podcasts Referenced: Ep 296: Boundary Breaks of the Finger Lakes, Where Terroir Reigns Supreme Ep 269: From Doctor to One Woman Winery--Kerith Overstreet of Bruliam Ep 464: The Côte de Nuits of Bourgogne (Burgundy), Part 1 Ep 465: The Côte de Nuits of Bourgogne (Burgundy) Part 2 Ep 445: Côte de Beaune of Bourgogne (Burgundy), Part 1 Ep 446: Côte de Beaune of Bourgogne (Burgundy), Part 2 Full show notes are on Patreon. Become a member today! www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople _______________________________________________________________ I love my exclusive sponsor, Wine Access, my go-to source for the best selection of interesting, outstanding quality wines you can't find locally. Go to www.wineaccess.com/normal to join my co-branded wine club with Wine Access and www.wineaccess.com/wfnp so see a page of the wines I'm loving right now from their collection. Get 10% your first order with my special URL. The holidays will be here before you know it -- plan ahead and order great wines for the season today! To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes
There's a poetic connection to the land and the pursuit of excellence, linking the legacies of George Washington Carver and George Washington Carver Walker III. Walker's relentless pursuit to share the brilliant wines of Wade Cellars with its' message of inclusion and wine for the people is the true gospel. Take a listen. Check out the website: www.drinkingonthejob.com for great past episodes. Everyone from Iron Chefs, winemakers, journalist and more.
Etiquette, manners, and beyond! In this episode, Nick and Leah answer listener questions about keeping hot sauce for guests, decanting white wines, hanging coats on airplanes, and much more. Please follow us! (We'd send you a hand-written thank you note if we could.) Have a question for us? Call or text (267) CALL-RBW or visit ask.wyrbw.com QUESTIONS FROM THE WILDERNESS: Do I have to keep hot sauces on hand for guests that I will not personally use? If I see a colleague at a coffee shop, should I wait to walk back to the office with them? Can you put Riesling in a wine decanter? What should I do if a restaurant gave me someone else's doggie bag? What should I do about airline passengers' coats? THINGS MENTIONED DURING THE SHOW Pierre Hermé in Paris YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO... Support our show through Patreon Subscribe and rate us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts Call, text, or email us your questions Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter Visit our official website Sign up for our newsletter Buy some fabulous official merchandise CREDITS Hosts: Nick Leighton & Leah Bonnema Producer & Editor: Nick Leighton Theme Music: Rob Paravonian ADVERTISE ON OUR SHOW Click here for details TRANSCRIPT Episode 199 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices