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Host-producer Paige Donner brings you Local GOODfood+wine (formerly Paris GOOD food+wine). The first-ever English language radio/podcast show about food and wine broadcast from Paris, France. Show NOTES: http://localfood.wine & http://localfoodandwine.wordpress.com @localfoodwine Contact http://paigedonner.info For more goodness: Download the Paris Food And Wine APP in APP Store and Google Play! Paris Food And Wine offers you tips, deals and promotions on all the best restaurants, cafés, bar ...
 
Susie and Peter are married Masters of Wine (they really should get out more). In this upbeat show they bring wine to life with a smile via interviews, chat, travel, food, tips, gentle bickering, competitive wine-offs and your questions. It’s enough to drive anyone to drink... A top-10 US & UK podcast (Chartable - Apple, Food), recommended in The Daily Telegraph, Evening Standard, Club Oenologique, PodNews and The Drinks Business. Reviews say: 'Laugh-out-loud' (Claire), 'Love these guys (alm ...
 
A podcast all about wine hosted by WRAL FM’s MIX Mornings' Sarah King and Cornerstone’s Jami Caskey. These two know a lot about wine… but most importantly they know wine is supposed to be fun! Sarah shares wine tips from her days working in the wine business and Jami shares her passion for wine. Wine + Dandy is not another stuffy, dry wine discussion. Wine is fun, and they intend to prove it!
 
Nycci Nellis is everyone's "go to" food journalist for insights and in depth info about everything happening across the food/wine/spirits/brews/restaurant scenes in the Mid-Atlantic and across the U.S. Her husband, David, is a beer and burgers guy. On radio since 2009, they host celebrity guest interviews with famous and up-and-coming chefs, winemakers, distillers, oystermen, farmers, marine biologists and more. Get the foodie info you need to know and won't find anywhere else; enjoy irrever ...
 
Sports and Spirits is a weekly podcast discussing the biggest events in the world of sports as well as some of the local establishments, breweries, wineries, and restaurants at the location of these events. We attempt to take you in for a taste of the local scene that makes each of these weekly venues special.
 
Thought and a Chaser is an irregular dive into the world of libations, language, and logistics. Each episode, we bring you one big topic, one small topic, and a bit about what we're drinking. Our motto: Drink what you like, and know what you're drinking. Thought and a Chaser is brought to you by Adult Juice Box.
 
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Episode 63 Local GOODfood+wine podcast Copyright Paige Donner May 2021Soil Regeneration, Blueberries and Black Raspberries from Sunset Valley Organic Farm, OregonNational Poetry MonthHappy Mother's DaySHOW Notes: http://localfood.wine & http;//localfoodandwine.wordpress.comDi Paige Donner - Host & Producer
 
New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc is one of the wine world's most dramatic success stories. It went from zero to hero in the 1980s and 1990s, stunning the world with its uniquely extrovert character, and paving the way for an entire nation's wine fortunes to be revolutionised. Some people are a bit snobby about Kiwi Sauvignon - too easy, too obvious, too…
 
Chenin Blanc is one of my favourite white grape varieties, with its high acidity and characteristic waxy texture. It's made in a range of styles, from dry to sweet to sparkling. This episode explores all the regions in which Chenin Blanc is grown, from the Loire to South Africa to California and even Argentina.…
 
Hosted by David and Nycci Nellis. On today’s show: • Like the most successful dating apps, the Happied app connects people interested in similar food and drink experiences connection with sharing dinners of tasty fare in virtual settings. Happied cofounder April Johnson joins us to explain; • About 25 years ago Duane ‘Myko’ Cheers’ mom was diagnose…
 
We wanted to revisit this (our second ever episode) partly to laugh at our presenting style back then, and also because it's so full of enthusiasm, helpful tips and, most importantly, tales of young people (especially young women) seizing opportunities and forging brilliant careers in wine. And the odd second career too. We're also slightly amazed …
 
On this episode, Floyd and Aaron hosted 3rd Generation Owner of Pedroncelli Winery in Sonoma County, Julie Pedroncelli St. John. Due to technical difficulties we had to break this episode into three parts. We got to talk to Julie about her families history and tasted their Three Blocks and Wisdom Cabernet Sauvignons in Part 3 of this episode.…
 
On this episode, Floyd and Aaron hosted 3rd Generation Owner of Pedroncelli Winery in Sonoma County, Julie Pedroncelli St. John. Due to technical difficulties we had to break this episode into three parts. We got to talk to Julie about her families winery and tasted their Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc in Part 1 of this episode.…
 
On this episode, Floyd and Aaron hosted 3rd Generation Owner of Pedroncelli Winery in Sonoma County, Julie Pedroncelli St. John. Due to technical difficulties we had to break this episode into three parts. We got to talk to Julie about what foods pair with the wines and tasted their Pinot Noir and Zinfandel in Part 2 of this episode.…
 
Episode 126 –Tallia Hart -- CEO of Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce We chat with Tallia Hart, CEO of Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce about what’s new and happening in Healdsburg, it’s position at the crossroads of wine country, and what makes the town unique. (Hint: it’s the community spirit!) SHOW NOTES 2:00 It’s been a challenging season this past y…
 
In this episode the guest is you! We invited listeners to send in questions about wine collecting, winemaking, or all things Shafer – and you came through. Doug Shafer invited veteran broadcaster and wine enthusiast Spencer Christian to help navigate our way through all the queries and to add some of his own colorful thoughts and observations and w…
 
We are dishing on the seasons best with our resident Produce Guru Robert Scheuller of Melissas Produce Artichokes and heirloom tomatoes and tangerines and more. Plus, the gifted Chef Elizabeth Karmel is making Steak and Cake with her awesome flavor pairings. And, I have a lesson on Asparagus to share and a recipe for Buttermilk Grilled Chicken that…
 
Hosted by Nycci Nellis. On today’s show: · Estebe Salgado is president and owner of Tradewinds Specialty Imports, an import and distribution company specializing in boutique and family estate wines, spirits, cider and craft beer. Educated alongside first generation winemakers, Estebe acquired the education and expertise to hand pick award winning w…
 
How do you fancy getting a name of your choosing on a wine label, benefitting a charity that’s close to your heart…and winning some delicious, unique English wine in the process?! That's exactly what's up for grabs in this episode, in which we discuss our Big English Wine Adventure, chat with superstar UK winemakers Liam Idzikowski (Danbury Ridge) …
 
In this episode, Floyd and Aaron review and discuss Caymus Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon. The Wagner family has been producing Caymus wine for years and the quality speaks for itself. Join for an episode where we take an in depth look at Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon and enjoying drinking every glass. Cheers!…
 
Reem Kassis much awaited new cookbook just released and it is brimming with a beautiful collection of contemporary recipes that trace the rich history of Arab cuisine. We are celebrating the culture and glory of The Arabesque Table. And, the uber talented New York Times bestseller Odette Williams shares cakes within reach from Simple Cake. Plus, I …
 
Hosted by David and Nycci Nellis. On today’s show: • Paul Dahm, once of Brainfood, has launched an online biz that offers wines not available through other retailers, delivered to your door. These are smaller, underrepresented producers that don’t have access to distribution. It’s called Widget Wine; • Then, a truly inspiring story. Jasmine Norton …
 
Spring Happening’s Along the Wine Road 2021 It’s Spring along the Wine Road and Beth is here to let you know what’s happening now and upcoming in Northern Sonoma County. We also sip on some Grenache from Jigar Wines, Marcy tells us about a new Sparkling Wine book by Katherine Cole, and Beth has an item –The Vinrella! Wine of the Day: Jigar Grenache…
 
In this episode, Floyd and Aaron review and discuss Belle Glos Diaryman Pinot Noir. You cannot walk past this bottle in a store without recognizing it. It has a classic French style looking bottle with the red wax wrapped down to the label. Join us for a great review of the Belle Glos Diaryman Pinot Noir. Cheers!…
 
Merlot is the most planted grape varieties in France, and important across the world yet many consumers don't appreciate the quality and range of wines made from the variety. This episode explores the different regions for Merlot, the styles of wines, blends, growing conditions, and champions Long Island and Uruguay!…
 
The extraordinary Chef Analiese Gregory, one of the most talked about chefs in Australia today, shares her brave, bold story of relocating to celebrate nature and the slow food life on the rugged and sometimes wild island of Tasmania. Her exceptional new cookbook has 50 recipes! Also, Camille Oger has written the most comprehensive cookbook ever wr…
 
Hosted by David and Nycci Nellis. On today’s show:• Wesley Mannings, owner off Sui Generis Cocktailers, born during the Covid Summer of 2020 as a novel way to host private-event, interactive, craft cocktail classes online; • DCCK CEO Mike Curtin is a man of action used to being out there working the crowds to raise awareness of and money for the D.…
 
In this episode of the Somm and Somm'er Podcast, Floyd and Aaron review Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 vintage. We are psyched to be tasting this well known wine from Sonoma County California. Customers rave about this wine for how great it tastes. Is Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon held in high regard due to how great it taste, or is it because the name…
 
You like wine. But you don't have lots of space at home. So what's the best way to go about starting (or improving) your wine collection? Listener Steven from Belfast asked the question, which was our cue to spring into action, doling out handy tips and advice, even doing a mini stock-take of our own at-home collection (with eye-opening results...)…
 
We. Are. Back. Thank you for bearing with us during our brief hiatus. We have emerged from deep slumber in our wine caves with thoughts of Summer, and a whole new show format for your listening pleasure. This week, we're talking tiki. Friend of the show Liz James explores tiki bars from the Bay Area to Belarus, and Liam gives us a tour of tiki ingr…
 
Later in 2021, Charles Woodson will accept a Pro Football Hall of Fame award in Canton, Ohio, just 100 miles from where he grew up in the small town of Fremont. From his start in high school football through college and an outstanding NFL career, Woodson was unstoppable, winning countless awards while at the same time becoming a philanthropist and …
 
In this episode, Floyd and Aaron review AXR Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 vintage. Named after the AxR rootstock, Aramond x Rupestris that was so prominent in building the modern California wine industry, but succumbed to Phylloxera. It is not a heavily marketed wine or not a brand that palates of this is sold at the larger chain stores, but that's a goo…
 
Episode 124 – Brian Shapiro, Gary Farrell Vineyards Brian Shapiro, of Gary Farrell Vineyards joins us to talk about what’s new and happening at Gary Farrell Vineyards. 1:02 Wine of the Day -- Rochioli-Allen Vineyards Pinot Noir 2:05 Neighborhoods of the Russian River Valley – defines the AVA into distinct locations within the Russian River area whi…
 
Chef Blair Warsham and Food Writer, Carolyn Warsham of CalBurger, husband and wife team, thrive on eating plants every day and they are sharing delectable recipes to eat well and live well. Plus, the nations leading Cider experts Dan Pucci and Craig Cavallo of American_Cider talk cidermakers, trends and how to sip it. And, I have a tutorial on the …
 
In this episode, Floyd and Aaron review a wine that is known for being one of the more prestigious wines in the world, Opus One. The collaboration of Mondavi and Rothschild wine making knowledge, plus top quality wine production terroir, make these wines sought after. Opus One produces a non-vintage red blend called Overture, that is sold at a more…
 
Sommeliers. SO MANY QUESTIONS! What even IS a sommelier - or a Master Sommelier? What makes a great sommelier? How have sommeliers been affected by the pandemic, when hospitality has been devastated? What's all this about the lack of diversity among sommeliers? What of the very serious scandals that have played out in very public and traumatic fash…
 
An in-depth conversation with Michael Terrien of Obsidian Ridge about Lake County, the importance of elevation, and the shiny, sharp obsidian rocks. Michael has worked with the high-elevation Obsidian Ridge vineyard for 20 years: the interview records how he has learnt from the land to make wine that reflects the land's character.…
 
The delightful Paris-centric author and cooking school proprietor Susan Herrmann Loomis highlights Plat du Jour, her new cookbook release on its way to bestseller. And, the extraordinary Alexander Smalls on his Meals, Music and Muses is with us. The world renowned opera singer, Grammy and Tony award winner and restaurant tour adds poetry to food in…
 
Craig Colagrossi, Colagrossi Wines Craig Colagrossi of Colagrossi Wines joins us to talk about the life of a winemaker in time of covid, Zoom tasting success, finding a niche in Italian varietals, and his new outdoor tasting lounge. SHOW NOTES 1:11 Day in the life of a winemaker, it’s always something! When one thing goes wrong it’s a domino effect…
 
Syrah, aka Shiraz, produces some of the finest wine in the world in a range of climates: from the northern Rhône to all over Australia to Hawke's Bay to South Africa to California and Washington. Known for its meaty, peppery style, arguably no grape more reflects where it comes from. Listen and learn all about Syrah!…
 
Hosted by David and Nycci Nellis. On today’s show:• The Shilling Canning Company is excited to launch the Bold but Bubbly program in honor of Women’s History Month, highlighting women in winemaking, both past and present. Sara Quinteros-Shilling brings on the bubbles;• Pandemic pop ups and ghost kitchens have popped up all over D.C. - and nationall…
 
Susan Spungen shares simple, stylish recipes for entertaining from Open Kitchen (as we start to do that again). Susan was the founding Food Editor at Martha Stewart and is a NY Times contributor. There is so much to learn from her uber talent. Plus, our favorite David Leite of Leites Culinaria is talking Cake and I am dishing on Compound Butters an…
 
In this episode, Floyd and Aaron taste a wine Post & Beam Cabernet Sauvignon from Far Niente Winery. They produce such quality wines such as Far Niente, Nickel & Nickel, and Bella Union. Post & Beam is a entry level Cabernet Sauvignon to the Far Niente portfolio of wines at a lower price point. Buy a bottle, try for yourself and listen to our revie…
 
Early in college Tor Kenward was drafted and sent to Vietnam. Coming home he realized that life is short and he only wanted to do things that brought him joy. That pursuit brought him to Beringer Vineyards in the 1970s where he became “Vice President of all the Fun Stuff.” In the early 2000s he and his wife Susan launched TOR Wines, a small winery …
 
For some people, wine is a pain. Up to 10% of the population suffers adverse reactions from drinking wine - and often sulfites are blamed. But what if, in most cases, the exact opposite were true? That sulfites are actually the unfairly maligned hero of the piece, and there's another culprit to blame? More tantalisingly, what if proper action on th…
 
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