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High Definition Video Podcast Understanding Wine. Video interviews with famous wine makers. Travel videos of wine country complete with wine vineyard profiles. Wine ratings and reviews in the style of Wine Spectator, Wine Advocate, Wine Enthusiast, and Robert Parker. Visits to Napa Valley, Sonoma Valley, Bordeaux, France, Burgundy, Italy, Germany, and many many more.
 
PULL CORK. PRESS PLAY. ENJOY! The Winemakers Podcast hosted by Louise Houghton from Cellar Media reinvents how you discover and enjoy wine from the best winemakers around the world... In this trailer for Season 1 of The Winemakers Podcast you will get an early taste of the stories of our six winemakers as we dig into the unique soils and edgy character of Paso Robles, California. Experience the winemakers of Paso Robles in our first season, featuring six premium podcast episodes that have be ...
 
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While Michael Silacci grew up near the vineyards of Gilroy, California, it took years of travel through Hawaii, Japan, Switzerland, and eventually France to discover his passion for wine. Today he can look back on nearly 20 years of stellar winemaking at Opus One, combining innovative thinking with age-old techniques to produce wines that are among…
 
Jay McInerney burst onto the literary scene in 1984 with Bright Lights, Big City, his novel based on an era both in his life and the life of New York City. A dozen years later McInerney surprised a lot of people by turning to writing about wine. He won over many early doubters, displaying a novelist’s eye and a wine lover’s enthusiasm for profiling…
 
Explore Glen Manor Vineyards in Front Royal, Virginia with Owner / Winegrower Jeff White. Bump through the biodiverse vineyards, learn the history, and soar about the vineyards with drone photography. *** THIS IS EPISODE #80 OF UNDERSTANDING WINE WITH AUSTIN BEEMAN Video Podcast: http://www.austinbeeman.com/podcast Itunes Podcast: https://podcasts.…
 
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…
 
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 …
 
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 …
 
Dalla Valle, long known for elegant and outstanding wines, is opening an exciting new chapter. Originally founded by Gustav and Naoko Dalla Valle in 1986, today the winery is run by the incredible mother and daughter team of Naoko and Maya Dalla Valle. Their story covers a lot of territory – from Northern Italy, to Kobe, Japan to Bordeaux, to the r…
 
Austin Beeman interviews Filmmakers Mark Ryan and Mark Johnston about their Lebanese Wine documentary: Wine and War. WINE and WAR The Untold Story of Wine in the Middle East is a feature documentary about the history of winemaking in Lebanon and the resilience of the Lebanese entrepreneurial spirit seen through the lens of war and instability. http…
 
In 1967 the Chappellet family built the second post-Prohibition winery in Napa Valley. Cyril was in elementary school then and mostly what he recalls is all the fun of living in the wilds of Pritchard Hill with his four brothers and sisters. The next 50-plus years have been a great adventure for the Chappellet family, who’ve made some beautiful win…
 
The following is a clip taken from Austin Beeman's interview on the Upside of 40 Podcast with Sean Mooney. TOPIC: WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO LEARN ABOUT WINE? Sean Mooney: The reason I wanted to get the background on this is because most people listening are not well-informed about wines. I'm sure many, many, I among them, love wine. But from your vie…
 
The following is a clip taken from Austin Beeman's interview on the Upside of 40 Podcast with Sean Mooney. Topic: Wet Ferrets & Carboard Boxes: Detecting Flawed Bottles of Wine in Restaurants. Sean Mooney: "People have been out to dinner and I guess a lot of it is tradition where they come and they open the bottle of wine and you're the guy who ord…
 
By the age of 35 Thomas Matthews had lived in several U.S. states and abroad in Belgium, France, and Spain. He didn’t see himself staying anywhere for long. Then he took a job in London to write for a magazine called Wine Spectator. And something happened. He fell in love with the world of wine. This year Tom retires after more than 30 years with W…
 
By the time her parents started Araujo Estate in 1990, Jaime Araujo was in college. She went on to earn four degrees, was a theater actress in London, and launched her own marketing agency in France – all before returning to Napa Valley. That life experience has been a boon in partnering with her parents on their winery, Accendo Cellars, as well as…
 
The following is a clip taken from Austin Beeman's interview on the Upside of 40 Podcast with Sean Mooney. Topic: How to Pair Wine with Food: The One Simple Rule "Sean Mooney: Well, and now let's get to the basics, because I grew up and I was a waiter at a place called The Vineyard, and I learned the basics and the different types of wine and I cou…
 
Oscar Renteria grew up in Napa and wanted to escape the wine industry so he went to college and earned a business degree. After graduation his father called and asked Oscar to come work for his new vineyard management company. Oscar accepted and together as they turned their business into one of Napa Valley’s leading vineyard companies. Today Oscar…
 
Tom Rinaldi grew up in San Francisco, enjoyed the Summer of Love, and tasted wine in Napa Valley on his motorcycle. Later he signed up for the Navy before entering UC Davis where he studied winemaking -- and the rest is history. He’s been winemaker for Round Hill, Duckhorn, Provenance, Pellet Estate, and others. His sense of adventure intact, Tom l…
 
In his 20s Andy Erickson thought he’d work in the diplomatic corps but an extended trek through South America’s wine country and a chance encounter with Paul Hobbs changed all that. Erickson came back and started a Napa Valley winemaking career producing outstanding wines for Dalla Valle, Screaming Eagle, Bond, Staglin, Mayacamas, as well as the wi…
 
Mac McDonald of Vision Cellars is not what you would expect from someone making some of California's best Pinot Noir. He is African-American in an industry where diversity is in the terroir and almost never among the winemakers. Mac speaks with a southern drawl, wears a farmer's hat, and sports blue jean overalls in a world of California's "Wine Co…
 
Robert Kamen has written the screenplays for blockbusters including Taps, the original Karate Kid films, Fifth Element, Gladiator, Lethal Weapon 3, the Transporter Films, A Walk In the Clouds, the Taken films, and on and on. In the middle of an active screenwriting career, he's been producing some real blockbusters as one of Sonoma's top vintners w…
 
Winemaker Jeff White of Glen Manor Vineyards takes Austin Beeman into his vineyards in Front Royal, Virginia to discuss the Petit Manseng grape variety. White explains why he thinks this is the ideal grape variety for Virginia's hot and humid wine growing climate. Drone Photography by Andy Gail THIS IS EPISODE #74 OF UNDERSTANDING WINE WITH AUSTIN …
 
Though Kim McPherson of McPherson Cellars grew up surrounded by wine history-in-the-making, it wasn’t obvious that vineyards and cellars were in his future. Kim’s dad, “Doc” McPherson, is credited as the father of the modern Texas wine industry but Kim’s got a degree in food science. Doc persuaded him to study winemaking at U.C. Davis and come back…
 
In spite of his last name, Mark Beringer’s future in wine was not a foregone conclusion. His family had sold Beringer in 1971. When he graduated from high school he thought he’d pursue music but changed course and began to study viticulture and winemaking. His career includes stints at Benzinger, Duckhorn, and Artesa before becoming winemaker at Be…
 
Cristie Kerr discovered golf at the age of eight growing up in Florida. She played on her high school’s boys team and by her late teens went pro, becoming one of the most successful players in LPGA history. Bringing the same drive she has in golf, Kerr has started two wine brands: the first one, Curvature, which raised funds for breast cancer resea…
 
From an early age Laura Catena wanted to pursue her interest in science. She earned an M.D. and became an emergency room physician in the Bay Area. Then in mid-career, while raising three children with her husband, who’s also an ER doc, she decided to join her family’s wine business in Argentina. Today she divides her time between San Francisco and…
 
As a kid David Graves loved science and he earned a degree in evolutionary biology at UC Santa Cruz. Soon though, in a grad program, he realized he wasn’t enjoying life and what sounded like a lot more fun? Wine. He and a friend, Dick Ward, founded Saintsbury Winery in 1981. Today Saintsbury is known for beautifully crafted Pinot Noirs and Chardonn…
 
Enjoy this brief visit to RDV Vineyards in Virginia, an elite producer of Bordeaux-styled wines. https://www.rdvvineyards.com This is Episode #73 of Understanding Wine with Austin Beeman http://www.austinbeeman.com/links http://www.austinbeeman.com/podcast
 
Gerald Casale is best known as co-founder and bass player of the ‘80s band Devo – a group with a style all their own with hits like “Whip It.” As the band became successful and toured the world, Gerald fell in love with great food and wine. Recently this composer and performer became a Napa Valley vintner. His Fifty By Fifty is one of Napa’s newest…
 
Explore Rancia Vineyard in Chianti Classico, Italy. Visit the old sharecropper's farmhouse that existed from the Middle Ages. Learn all about what makes this single vineyard Chianti Classico special. This is Episode #72 of Understanding Wine with Austin Beeman http://www.austinbeeman.com/links http://www.austinbeeman.com/podcast Moments by Sappheir…
 
Visit the greatest vineyard for Prosecco: the Cartizze Vineyard in Valdobbiadene, Italy. Bisol Prosecco takes us to their piece of the Cartizze Vineyard. We drink Prosecco while he explains the vineyard's importance. After returning to the Bisol winery, we'll get an explanation of how Prosecco is made and what is the challenge behind making a natur…
 
Walk the Lenné Estate Vineyard with Proprietor Steve Luz. http://www.austinbeeman.com https://www.lenneestate.com Special Thanks to Carl Giavanti https://carlgiavanticonsulting.com To hear Steve Lutz tell it, his vineyard sits on the poorest soil imaginable. “The worst in the county,” he boasts with pride and bravado. That’s because the depleted an…
 
Wayne Bailey, Winegrower of Youngberg Hill, discusses five of the wines that he produces at Youngberg Hill in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. Youngberg Hill Pinot Gris 'Aspen' Youngberg Hill Chardonnay 'Aspen' Youngberg Hill Pinot Noir 'Cuvée' Youngberg Hill Pinot Noir 'Jordan' Youngberg Hill Pinot Noir 'Natasha' http://www.austinbeeman.com https:…
 
Ray Isle grew up in Houston, Texas, thinking he’d be in a band or write novels. Along the way he fell in love with the world of wine and found a way to turn that enthusiasm and excitement into a career working in wine magazines, such as Wine & Spirits, and on television in countless appearances on NBC’s The Today Show. Today Ray is executive wine e…
 
The enterprising mother/daughter team at the heart of Staglin Family Vineyard talks about Napa in the ‘60s, the challenges and joys of establishing a winery in the 1980s, Hollywood showing up in the 1990s, and how when son and brother, Brandon, was diagnosed with schizophrenia, the family responded by creating an annual music festival that has rais…
 
Zelma Long is known for her pioneering work at Robert Mondavi Winery in the early 1970s, at Simi Winery for 20 years, and for mentoring young winemakers including Paul Hobbs, Dave Ramey, Geneviève Janssens, and others. She entered the U.C. Davis winemaking program in the late 1960s, established Long Vineyards, and has done groundbreaking work in So…
 
Tour Alloro Vineyard in the Willamette Valley with Owner and Winegrower Dave Nemarnik. Alloro brings Old-World allure to Oregon, just 30 minutes southwest of Portland. The 80-acre estate is a bucolic homage to Italian tradition, from its iconic Tuscan farmhouse and culinary gardens to the heirloom sheep that graze the vineyard cover crops. Alloro i…
 
Randy Lewis grew up in Atlanta, Georgia with such a love for fast cars that the local police got to know him on a first name basis. After college he turned his need for speed into a career, first racing Formula 3 in Europe and later tearing up the oval at the Indianapolis 500. In the late-1980s when he helped a friend start a Napa Valley winery, Ra…
 
Austin Beeman explores the beautiful Mount Eden Vineyards in the Santa Cruz Mountains AVA. Sipping Pinot Noir at 2300 feet of elevation with an epic view of San Jose and Silicon Valley. Watching vineyard dogs eat experimental grapes directly off the vine. Seeing the original barrel room. This is an edited collection of Austin Beeman's vertical Tik …
 
In 1972 Bo Barrett was a surfer in Southern California when his father bought an old winery in Napa Valley called Chateau Montelena. After finishing college Bo started working at the winery and in this episode he talks what he learned about winemaking, vineyards, economic cycles, parenthood, and how movies, such as Bottle Shock, are made. Today Bo …
 
In college Dave Ramey initially pursued an interest in literature before realizing his passion for wine. He earned a degree in enology in the late 1970s and sought out jobs in France and Australia. Back in the U.S. he worked at Simi, then Matanzas Creek, and later at Dominus before creating his own brand, Ramey Wine Cellars., one of California’s mo…
 
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