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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.
 
Northwest Wine Radio is a weekly, hour-long show featuring interviews with those part of the local wine industry. Winemakers, industry reps, chefs with great food pairings and recipe ideas — all these people telling the stories behind the bottle. We’ll also introduce you to the brewers, distillers, and cider makers of the region in this light-hearted show that makes wine and other craft beverages more approachable and fun!
 
Join the North South Makers, friends and DIY bloggers Charlotte Smith (from the North) and Erin Spain (from the South), as they discuss all things making and momming. Whether sharing their favorite furniture hacks or discussing the best power tools for a rookie builder, Erin and Charlotte approach making with humor, practicality and a design eye. With 8 kids and ten years of decorating, building, and blogging between them, Erin and Charlotte are experts in the fields of breakfast cereals and ...
 
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Well it’s been a year of Zoom for The Wine Makers during the Covid pandemic so to celebrate Spring, bud break and vaccinations, we did this show in person on the beautiful new deck at the Sixteen600 Tasting House. We cover a lot of ground today with lots of beautiful new releases from Bart and Dane Cellars plus new ones from Sam. This is an episode…
 
[2021 - Season 8 Episode 316] Our first stop on today's show is a vineyard with quite a history. When the first plantings were put in the ground, no one knew what might actually grow, so they planted a little of just about everything! This week's guests share the stories of Sagemoor Vineyards of Pasco, Hightower Cellars of Benton City, and Rivers E…
 
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…
 
This week we discuss Weed Slayer, no that’s not Sam’s nickname. The maker of Weed Slayer/ Agro Gold WS Herbicide and Fertilizer was hit with a false advertising class action lawsuit related to claims that the product was safe. We are now learning that this product contains glyphosate and diquat, which are both prohibited for use in organic producti…
 
[2021 - Season 8 Episode 315] One of our guests on this week's show is doing her best to simply offer the best wine she makes. It's because she only makes one red, and one white wine! This week's guests share the stories of One Wines of Chelan, Mount Si Winery of Snoqualmie, and Skagit River Brewing of Mount Vernon. Join host Brian Calvert for all …
 
[2021 - Season 8 Episode 314] For this week's show, we take you to downtown Portland, Oregon. That's where we find a fairly new winery operation. Where do they grow grapes in the Rose City? You'll have to listen for the official explanation! This week's guests share the stories of Battle Creek Cellars of Portland, and Fremont Mischief of Seattle. J…
 
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 …
 
Scott Kirkpatrick moved out to California from Kentucky with $30 in his pocket. He discovered a love for wine, and for a woman named Allison. After working numerous harvests at a crush pad facility, he had an idea. What if we make Petite Sirah and treat it like the aromatic, lively beauty that it could be, instead of continuing to produce the mascu…
 
[2021 - Season 8 Episode 313] It's "Taste Washington Wine Month" and this week we discuss how the signature wine event of Washington will have a new feel during this pandemic year, and how you can still participate! This week's guests share the stories of Holeinsky Winery of Buell, and Watt's Brewing of Bothell. Join host Brian Calvert for all this…
 
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…
 
Paul Giusto and Michael Sebastiani met back in the day, working together at Viansa Winery in Sonoma. In 2004, they decided to partner up and go out on their own, taking their vineyard connections, Michael’s wine making experience and Paul’s marketing skills. These guys are true ambassadors of Sonoma County, showcasing fruit from some of the most pr…
 
[2021 - Season 8 Episode 312] It's a "Wine Extravaganza" this week on the show as we take you to TWO different wine regions in the Northwest growing by leaps and bounds...or by vines and barrels! This week's guests share the stories of Nefarious Cellars of Chelan, and Hells Canyon Winery of Caldwell. Join host Brian Calvert for all this, plus our "…
 
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…
 
[2021 - Season 8 Episode 311] What happens with a Northwest producer dabbles a little in two different worlds? They come up with one of the most unique malt brews you're going to taste! This week's guests share the stories of Walnut Ridge Winery of Junction City, Wolf Spirit Distillery of Eugene, and Tin Dog Brewing of Seattle. Join host Brian Calv…
 
We are wine tasting and talking gut health. Paul Kalemkiarian of Wine of the Month Club who has tasted over 100,000 wines, by the way. is back with a lesson and tasting on Biodynamic Wines. And the final insight in our 3 part series on Gut Health with metabolic expert Lisa Lyn of Lyn Fit Nutrition. Plus, I am sharing my best tips on Cast Iron and s…
 
We welcome back Paul Mabray this week and he is joined by Erica Duecy, they are here this week to introduce us to their new company. Pix is a wine discovery platform that helps wine consumers find the right bottle: If you’re looking for a specific wine, the website will help guide you to it, or to a great alternative. If you’re exploring a region o…
 
[2021 - Season 8 Episode 310] It's fun to share the story of how a family is passed down some land from generation to generation, and how the newest generation is taking over and shaping the future for a heritage label. This week's guests share the stories of J Bookwalter Winery of Richland, Utopia Vineyards of Newberg, and Triple Oak Vineyard of O…
 
James Collier of Huel shares insight into 2021 Food Trends and how you can fuel your body, embrace plant-based meals and save the planet. Erin Washington of Squats and Margaritas shares her journey and how you too can find peace and balance with your body. And, part 2 of our series on gut health with Metabolic Expert Lisa Lyn of Lyn Fit Nutrition.…
 
Bart Hansen and Sam Coturri are officially announcing their “Spring Release” wines. Dane Cellars is releasing the 2018 Chenin Blanc from the Buddha’s Dharma vineyard and the 2018 Grenache from Rossi Ranch. Sam Coturri is releasing the “A Deux Tetes” series with a 2019 Grenache Rose from the Miller Vineyard in Napa, a 2018 Grenache from Rossi Ranch …
 
[2021 - Season 8 Episode 309] This week's show is quite the road trip...from the desert of eastern Washington, to downtown Seattle, and then north to Vancouver! This week's guests share the stories of Cadaretta Winery of Walla Walla, 9 Hats Wines of Seattle, and The Liberty Distillery of Vancouver. Join host Brian Calvert for all this, plus our fea…
 
Lauded Wine Expert and Author of The Wine Bible with one million copies sold, Karen MacNeil, shares her perspective on wine glasses, her perfect pairings and what she is drinking now. Also, we are kicking off a three part series on Gut Health with metabolic expert Lisa Lyn. Plus, I am sharing my best tips to extend the table or you could call it us…
 
Shaina Harding earned her degree in Enology & Viticulture at UC Davis, working for Domaine Chandon, Clos Pegase and Flora Springs before taking the position of Associate Winemaker at HUNNICUTT Wines. Natalie Coughlin grew up outside of Napa in Vallejo, with a love of food and wine,before becoming one of the most decorated American Olympic swimmers …
 
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…
 
The genius behind Live Fire Republic, Chef David Olson, is firing up the grill and sitting down to dish on his incredible passion for smoke and sizzle. As an ambassador for Twin Eagles Grills, he creates live fire barbecue and he is sharing inspiration, education and recipes. Plus, Frances Mayes of Under The Tuscan Sun fame joins us to share her ne…
 
[2021 - Season 8 Episode 308] For the first time ever, we sit down with a "matchmaker" of sorts, and learn more about the concept of matching certain vineyards and grapes with certain Northwest labels. This week's guests share the stories of Kendell Farms Grape Growers of Sunnyside, William Rose Wines of Eugene, and Freed Estate of Winston. Join ho…
 
This week we are joined by Fred & Jamie Pererson of Peterson Winery in Dry Creek Valley. Producing wines for the past 30 years and like most wineries in the Valley, they make Zinfandel but it’s the other wines and their unique part of Dry Creek that are an important part of the story. Fred is an iconoclast with an old-world winemaking philosophy an…
 
[2021 - Season 8 Episode 307] If you haven't had a chance to experience it yet, there are some great things being brewed and distilled in central Oregon. This week's guests share the stories of Oregon Spirit Distillers of Bend, and Rivers Edge Winery of Elkton. Join host Brian Calvert for all this, plus our features "Wine and Booze in the News" and…
 
There are stories about people who leave their jobs in corporate America to pursue their dreams of working in the wine business. This week we have Sean McBride from Crosby Romann Wines on the show. Sean, his wife Juliana and their twin daughters did just that. Their first commercial release from 2007 was made at a custom crush facility and they hav…
 
[2021 - Season 8 Episode 306] Some fun new data about wine is out, and we get a chance to visit with the Washington State University professor who can tell us about it's impact on local wine. In addition, this week's guests share the stories of Pfeiffer Winery of Junction City, and Chambers Bay Distillery of University Place. Join host Brian Calver…
 
The extraordinarily talented Pastry Chef Erin McDowell is gracing the show today known for her exquisite pies, her love for baking, her NY Times contributions and her Food52 video tutorials. Also, Paul Karemkarian of Wine of the Month Club gives us an update on the state of Wine. Plus, I am dishing on Butter Basting, my favorite chefs technique for…
 
[2021 - Season 8 Episode 305] It was once the capital of the Oregon Territory. Today, it's famous for its views of Mount Hood, and its beer. This week's guests share the stories of Coin Toss Brewing of Oregon City, Cinder Wines of Garden City, and Chambers Bay Distillery of University Place. Join host Brian Calvert for all this, plus our features "…
 
[2021 - Season 8 Episode 304] The idea is simple: Take a farm known for its delicious fruit, and turn it into a power for delicious grapes. Now, sprinkle in some European experience, then bottle, then cork. This week's guests share the stories of Del Rio Vineyards of Gold Hill, and Auclair Winery of Woodinville. Join host Brian Calvert for all this…
 
I often say that I have the best culinary thinkers on the radio and today proves it. Dan Kluger of Loring Place is a rockstar in the food world. He is a James Beard Award winner, lauded Restauranteur and writer and his debut cookbook is unbelievably fabulous. We are Chasing Flavor with chef Dan Kluger and you do not want to miss it. Plus Tony Abou …
 
[2021 - Season 8 Episode 303] They source grapes from all over the region to bring Rhone's best to the Northwest. And talk about great neighbors, it's all in their name...the Gaelic word for friendship and goodwill. This week's guests share the stories of Cairdeas Winery of Manson, 8 Bells Winery of Seattle, and Mother Earth Brewing of Nampa. Join …
 
The guys gather this week on the day after… No not New Years Day, the day after what can only be described unbelievable. We touched on a number of subjects, everything from what’s going on in the vineyard to vineyard designated gummies. We are looking forward to 2021 and already have an entire list of guests we can’t wait to introduce you to. Stay …
 
Laura joined the conversation while sitting on her lanai on Kauai sipping a Pellegrino in the morning sun talking about wanting to distill some rum. Ahh, the life of a winemaker right ?? Not exactly… Dig deeper and you’ll find that she is extremely thoughtful in her approach to the wine business, almost like she has one eye on a barrel of Merlot an…
 
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…
 
The much loved Jenny Keller of Jenny Cookies teaches Cookie Class. Manuka Honey Expert Andrew Kerr of Three Peaks Manuka Honey talks about the virtues of the superfood that heals and Professor Dick Larson enlightens us to the science of waiting in line. I am also making Red Wine Spaghetti, you will not want to miss it.…
 
Fine Disregard Wine Cowas founded by Mike Schieffer and Kara Maraden – both came to the Napa Valley drawn to wine from previous careers, Mike from Texas and Kara from Pennsylvania. Mike graduated from American University in Washington, DC – worked for the Discovery Channel – exploring a possible career in law – but then was bitten by the wine bug. …
 
[2020 - Season 8 Episode 302] They had a dream to make wine, so they bought some property, and began planting vines. There's nothing to bottle just yet, except for a great story of how an Idaho wine making family is getting started. This week's guests share the stories of Baer Winery of Woodinville, House Wines of Seattle, and Cuesta Sol Vineyards …
 
Lauded writer and cookbook author Niki Segnit gives us insight into Lateral Cooking. Melissas Produce Corporate, Chef Ida Rodriguez shares her homemade holiday gifts of food. And fitness and metabolic expert Lisa Lyn says that you can eat what you love and still maintain a healthy lifestyle. Plus, we’re talking Prime Rib perfection.…
 
This week on the show we discuss the wines on our favorite year ending lists, Wine Spectator Top 100, Wine Spectator top 100 wines under $20, Esther Mobley’s 12 California wines that defined 2020 and Jeb Dunnuck top 100. We also discuss automated tractors, future guests, supply chain inequities and our personal favorite wines of 2020. Happy Holiday…
 
[2020 - Season 8 Episode 301] After building a wine empire in southern Oregon, the time has came to pass the reigns. We get a chance to meet the woman who is assuming the lead to one of this region's largest operations. This week's guests share the stories of Foris Vineyards of Cave Junction, Aurora Colony Vineyards of Aurora, and Hellbent Brewing …
 
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