Tour of Chile – Part 2

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 – www.cousinomacul.com Viña Montes – www.monteswines.com Sponsor: Wine Berserkers – Wine Board: www.wineberserkers.com Click Below to…

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Tour of Chile – Part 1

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 varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Carmenère were also introduced to…

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Discover Piedmont

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 most widely-planted grape in the region, Nebbiolo…

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Napa Road Trip

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 interesting things, if a bit undetected. First, we’ll…

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GrapeRadio Wins 2nd James Beard Award

GrapeRadio is proud to announce that we have won our 2nd James Beard Award for our video – The Scent of Black! Click here to access our winning video: The Scent of Black The James Beard Foundation Awards are the nation’s preeminent honors for culinary professionals. More than 60 awards…

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Young Burgundian Vignerons Visit World of Pinot Noir 2011

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 share their insights into the role of young vignerons in…

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Making Sense of Puzzling Wine Shipping Laws

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 Post, the Los Angeles Times, and Reuters. He is a…

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Humboldt’s Other Crop – Wine

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 in the family business. Ironically, the…

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Auction Napa Valley 2010

Welcome to our video podcast: Auction Napa Valley 2010 – Video Show #100. 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 universe. Comprised of four days…

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