The New Wine Consumer: Wine Brands
Women on Wine, Part II04/22/08
The Decanter May 2008 issue has an article about why women do not usually collect wine, with a few exceptions. I loved the story Becky Wasserman tells about how she was speaking at an event and a guy in the audience said he "...only tasted Grand Crus"...
WOW! Women On Wine
Do women approach wine differently than men? Call in and let us know, or listen to this call and find out more!
And now, Taste!
Follow up to the First Impressions: Color and Nose, we now bring the glass up to the lips and take a sip and complete the tasting experience.
Palate Experience, Part II
Developing some ideas introduced November 3: * Wine tasting versus wine drinking. * Different kinds of tasting groups. * Tasting formats. * Mechanics, dynamics, psychology of tasting groups. * Supportive atmosphere, sharing opinions. * Guessing games....
Acquiring Palate Experience
Choosing a bottle at a shop for dinner, or visiting wineries recreationally, are good ways to try a few wines. But how does the budding wine geek gain experience efficiently? Buying bottles to try is slow and expensive. Some wines worth knowing are...
Pinot Noir, Old and New Worlds
Home Wine Making
Serious fun in store on this show as our resident home wine people meet Talkshoe CEO Dave Nelsen.
Guest: Steve Edmunds Oak and Wood
Steve Edmunds joins us to shoot the breeze about the serious and the less serious aspects of winemaking, life and music. Also a short interview with Thomas Duroux, manager of Chateau Palmer about coopers and oak barrels.
Vinum - the French invade Oakland and SF!!!
A short report from Evelyne about the Vinum show in Oakland and Think Pink in San Francisco.
All about vintage with Francois Audouze
Vintage, what it means and what effect it has on quality, perception and yes, price of wine. Old wine specialist Francois Audouze will be one of our guests in this discussion.
David Lole from down under, Cynthia from New Mexico join us to chat about Muscat, Port, Madeira, Monbazillac, late harvest, Marsala, dessert wine and a lot of interesting background, history and trivia about them. See http://wineloverspage.com forum...
Gary Vaynerchuk of WineLibrary TV
Gary Vaynerchuk from WineLibrarytv.com joins us to talk about the perception of wine and how his videos are changing it.
In the Pink with Ros
This episode will feature an interview with James de Roany, Managing Director, Chteau Beaulieu (Provence) who is also general secretary of the CIVP. We talk about the origins of ros, the nine (9!) appelations of Provence and compares American blush...
Italian Food and Wine
The Italians say that a meal without wine is like a day without sunshine, and we think they're right. It's arguable that no nation's food and wine go together as well as Italy's. We'll talk about our Italian wine and food favorites and why they work...
Opening the bottles: corks and corkscrews
Corks and corkscrews, the 300-year-old closure system that makes wine complicated. Have you ever had to battle a corkscrew, and lost? What's your favorite kind of corkscrew. Tell us your corkscrew stories, and we'll also talk about whether the screw...
Unusual Food and Wine Matches
Wine goes with a lot of food, but what about the odd ones like exotic pizza, Asian curry, and a thousand other delicious dishes?
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