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Conversation with Louis-Fabrice Latour, President of Maison Louis Latour

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Louis-Fabrice Latour is the seventh generation to run the family-owned Louis Latour business, taking over as President in 1999. Born in Beaune in 1964, he is the son of Louis Latour, current Chairman of Maison Louis Latour. Louis-Fabrice is president of t…

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2011 Hospice du Rhone Seminar – The Rhone Valley

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The first seminar from the 2011 Hospice du Rhone, was designed as an introduction to the Rhone Valley at large, the 2nd largest wine producing region in France. As with an introduction to anything, there is no way to fully cover the Rhone Valley in a sing…

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The Rigorous Life of a Wine Critic: Josh Raynolds

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As the Assistant Editor of Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar (IWC) and a contributor to winophilia.com, Tanzer’s online wine magazine, Josh is a very busy guy. He has been responsible for the IWC’s annual reviews of the wines of…

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Lot Series with Cameron Hughes

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Cameron Hughes makes a “lot” of wine. Growing up in Modesto, California, wine was never far from Cameron’s line of sight. In fact, his entry into the wine business could have easily been considered a foregone conclusion. His father, Steve Hughes inv…

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Tour of Chile – The Bonus Reel

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Join us as Jay sits down with his fellow journalist to discuss their terrific trip to Chile’s wine Country. For More Information: Sponsor: Wine Berserkers – Wine Board: www.wineberserkers.com Click Below to Play the Show: Show #292 (19:38min 1…

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Tour of Chile – Part 3

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Join us for Part 3, as we talk with representatives from Viña Santa Rita, Concha Y Toro, Veramonte, and Casablanca. For More Information: For More Information: www.santarita.com/international/home Concha Y Toro – www.conchaytoro.com Veramonte ̵…

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Tour of Chile – Part 2

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Join us for Part 2, as we talk with representatives from Casa Lapostolle, Viña Montes, Viñedos y Bodega Apaltagua, and Cousiño Macul. For More Information: www.casalapostolle.com Viñedos y Bodega Apaltagua – www.apaltagua.com Cousiño Macul R…

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Tour of Chile – Part 1

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Although it is considered New World, Chile has been growing wine since the 16th century, when the Spanish conquistadors brought vitis vinifera vines with them during their colonization of the region. About the mid-18th century, several French grape variet…

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Discover Piedmont

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The Piemonte wine region lies in the northwestern corner of Italy. The Piedmont produces more DOC/G wines by volume than any other Italian wine region with nearly 84% of all the areas wine production falling under a DOC/G designation. While Barbera is the…

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Napa Road Trip

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Like the grapes themselves, every year seems to bring a new crop of wineries to California. And, while Napa Valley is no exception, we recently found a couple of not-so-newcomers to the region, Sommerston and Hidden Ridge, who have been doing some interes…

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Young Burgundian Vignerons Visit World of Pinot Noir 2011

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Rusty Gaffney and Jay Selman have a casual and intimate conversation with Alexandrine Roy and Thomas Bouley, participants in the “Young Turks of Burgundy” tasting at the World of Pinot Noir. We were impressed by their charm and willingness to …

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Making Sense of Puzzling Wine Shipping Laws

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This program features a conversation with David White, the founder and editor of Terroirist.com, a daily wine blog. A wine writer in Washington DC, David’s work has appeared in dozens of publications, including The World of Fine Wine, the Washington…

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Humboldt’s Other Crop – Wine

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Born and raised in La Canada and Pasadena, John Cabot may have seemed an unlikely candidate to settle in the upper reaches of the redwood-filled part of California. But, John seemed destined to till the earth as a farmer, leaving behind his expected role …

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Auction Napa Valley 2010

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Welcome to our video podcast: Auction Napa Valley 2010 – Video Show #93. Right Click Here to Download File and iPhone users – Click here to View Video If you’re into food and wine, the Auction Napa Valley is pretty much the center of the uni…

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Temecula – A Case of Preconceived Notions?

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One doesn’t immediately think of Temecula when they think of California wine regions. Yet, along with the North Coast and the Central Coast, there is also a South Coast wine-growing region – a region which includes the Temecula Valley AVA. Located in …

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Distillation – The Birth of Cognac

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Welcome to our video podcast: Cognac Distillation – Video Show #92. Right Click Here to Download File and iPhone users – Click here to View Video After fermentation, the white wine is distilled into ‘eau-de-vie.’ To become Cognac, …

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First Sideways – Now Vertical

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Widely known as author of the novel, Sideways, which of course spawned the hit movie of the same name, screenwriter Rex Pickett has now created a sequel, appropriately named, Vertical. Yes, it’s another wine-related road trip book involving Miles and Ja…

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Allen Meadows and the Wines of Domaine Fourrier

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Allen Meadows, a.k.a. Burghound, moderated this entertaining Seminar featuring the owner and winemaker of Domaine Fourrier, Jean Marie Fourrier. Domaine Fourrier has a four generation history in Gevrey-Chambertain and was one of the first Domaines in Burg…

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Wine Appraisal

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If it can be said that wine tasting is subjective, it probably follows that the monetary value of wine is even more subjective. Whether it’s the price of a single bottle, an auction lot, or an entire collection, the estimated value of that wine becomes …

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The Scent of Black

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Welcome to our video podcast: The Scent of Black – Video Show #91. [NOTE: If you have a slower internet connection or experience playback problems, please try the YouTube version.] Right Click Here to Download File and iPhone users – Click her…

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The Culture of Food and Wine

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Ever wonder what food and wine experiences are like in other countries? How about culinary traditions in other countries? Well, Summer Whitford (aka, the Food and Wine Diva) has written a book detailing several country’s cultural traditions and culinary…

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The 2010 World of Pinot Noir

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Welcome to our video podcast: The 2010 World of Pinot Noir – Video Show #90. Join us at the 2010 World of Pinot Noir in beautiful Shell Beach, CA as we ask the really, really, really hard pinot noir questions that must be answered! – Why is Pi…

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Wine Chat with GrapeRadio

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With 2010 drawing to a close, the GrapeRadio bunch thought it might be interesting to have a little round-table discussion about issues that have occurred to us during the past year. Right out of the gate, we wondered what people do for wines at Thanksgiv…

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We’ve Come a Long Way Baby – Past, Present, and Future – The Wines of South Africa

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The first seminar from the 2010 Hospice du Rhône, was an introduction to all that has been happening lately with Syrah in South Africa. Appropriately titled, “We’ve Come a Long Way Baby”, the seminar did indeed give us a glimpse of how …

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20 Years of Williams Selyem – Part 2

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As most people know, Burt and Ed sold the winery to John and Kathe Dyson in 1998, and Bob Cabral became new winemaker with the impossible task of replacing a legend in the wine world. Bob has strived to continue the tradition of excellence in crafting Wil…

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20 Years of Williams Selyem – Part 1

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In March of 2010, the World of Pinot Noir was celebrating its Tenth Anniversary. Something special ought to be done, the organizers thought. How about making one of the seminars a ten-year retrospective tasting from a well-known winery? Yes, that would be…

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The Wines of C.P. Lin – Mountford Estate (New Zealand)

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Today show features the world’s only blind winemaker, C.P. Lin, of Mountford Estate in New Zealand Taiwan-born C.P. Lin was a brilliant mathematics student at University of Canterbury who became captivated by wine through participation in a social w…

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Tasting 2008 Oregon Pinot Noir

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The 2008 vintage for Oregon Pinot Noir may be the greatest this decade and some have claimed it the best vintage in Oregon’s modern winegrowing history. I know you have heard this type of vintage hype many times before, but 2008 is the bomb in Orego…

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Wine, the Web, and Jancis Robinson

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Jancis Robinson has been writing about wine since 1975, authoring some of the world’s most respected books on the subject. She is a wine correspondent of the London Financial Times, and the first non-trade Master of Wine as well an OBE. She considers he…

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Alice Feiring on Wine

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Alice Feiring should be no stranger to those who follow the personalities in the world of wine. An unapologetic Francophile and something of a firebrand, Alice considers herself “the leading Natural Wine Advocate in this country,” which puts her in di…

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Sonoma County Road Trip

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We decided to make a trek up to Sonoma County to visit with a few personalities from the Kendall-Jackson stable of wineries. Our first stop was to visit with Melissa Stackhouse, winemaker for La Crema. The love for farming came naturally for Melissa, havi…

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Wine Mojo – 2011 Hospice du Rhone

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Another eagerly awaited seminar from the 2011 HdR was this in-depth look at the Central Coast wines of Joey Tensley (Tensley Wines) and the Sonoma County wines of Morgan Twain-Peterson (Bedrock Wine Co.). Many of the attendees were probably already famili…

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Alcohol and Balance – 2011 World of Pinot Noir Seminar

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Alcohol and Balance – could there be a more controversial issue for today’s wine geeks? Well, thankfully, the 2011 World of Pinot Noir held a seminar on this very contentious topic. Joining N.Y. Times columnist Eric Asimov as moderator, was an illustr…

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Antonio Galloni on Wine

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When we last spoke with Antonio Galloni, he was happily covering the Italian wine scene for Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate among other projects, and had just contributed to Parker’s new book “Parker’s Wine Bargains: The World’s Best Wine Valu…

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A Day in the Sun at the 2011 World of Pinot Noir

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One of the high points for us at World of Pinot Noir, is the time we get to spend with winemakers. Join us as we sit down with some familiar and maybe not so familiar winemaking names in the “World of Pinot Noir,” as we hear about their beginn…

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2012 Wine Controversies

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There is absolutely no way that wine people (aka, wine geeks) all agree on aspects of wine miscellanea. Wine descriptors, cork vs. screw cap, pricing, etc, etc. Join us as we talk with Todd French from WineBerserkers.com, probably the hottest place on the…

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