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Tonight, All About Wine welcomes Dr. Brent Trela, of Whispering Oaks Winery in Oxford, Florida. Dr. Trela is a PhD and an assistant Professor at Texas A&M, where he has served as the program leader for viticulture and enology. He is a recognized master at winemaking. Whispering Oaks produces award-winning blueberry wines.
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The show begins at 7pm with show host, Ron Hunt, VP and General Manager of Florida Estates Winery in Land O' Lakes, Florida. Tune in!
WE will be discussing more of the winemaking process at Zahtila Vineyards and talking with more local favorites about the upcoming 75th Anniversary Calistoga Speedway 360 race LIVE!!!
Winemaking at Zahtila Vineyards with Mike and Laura Swanton. Ballots are in the mailbox! How will you vote? We will be talking about Measure B and the Enchanted Resorts Initiatives.
Beginning Monday August 10, 2015 UNPLUGGED WILL AIR Monday, Wednesday & Friday 12p-2p CST
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Food For Thought: One Easy Thing White People can do to make the world a better place
FYI: The Latest Craze In Winemaking: Marijuana-Infused Wine and 5 Rules for Kids Who Carry Cell Phones
Celebrity Talk/SideEYE: Trailer For Will Smith's New Movie "Concussion" Hits the Internet Just In Time for the NFL Season
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On the Wine Muse, hosts Linda Rez and William Pollard explore the smells and tastes in wine.
Guests for the Show
Hillary Sjolund, Sonoris Wines LLC: "Sensory Perception of Wine"
Hillary Sjolund is the owner and winemaker for Sonoris Wines. A native of California, Hillary graduated with a degree in Fermentation Science from UC Davis and got her start in the wine industry as a harvest intern at Pine Ridge Winery in Napa. Hillary moved to Washington State in 2006 and became winemaker for DiStefano Winery in Woodinville. In January, Hillary left DiStefano to focus full-time on her own Sonoris Wines.
As an instructor, Hillary also teaches enology classes via VESTA the Viticulture Enology Science and Technology Alliance. These are degree and certification programs offered online. VESTA is a National Science Foundation funded partnership between the Missouri State University system and colleges, universities, vineyards and wineries across the United States.
Michael Dawson, brand manager from Wyeast, Odell, Oregon
Since 1986, Wyeast Laboratories, Inc. has been producing Pure Liquid Yeast cultures and fermentations products crafted with skill and integrity. Their continuing devotion to providing superior products, insightful technical expertise and helpful customer service has earned Wyeast Laboratories the reputation as a worldwide industry leader. Wyeast Laboratories, Inc. Pure Liquid Yeast cultures are shipped directly to breweries, wineries, and cideries, with purity, viability, and freshness guaranteed. Follow them on Twitter at @WyeastLab
Most wine lovers are familiar with European varietals such as Cabernet, Zinfandel, Chardonnay, Riesling or Pinot Noir, but these wines come from only one of the world’s many grape species. With its climatic diversity, North America is home to a large number of indigenous grape species whose wine-making potential is untapped. On this episode of Smart Companies KC discover why Vox Vineyards celebrates the remarkable diversity and how they are raising awareness of our native grapes. Vox Vineyards sits above the Missouri river valley with a warm climate that is ideal for growing grapes. Owner/founder Jerry Eisterhold, a Missouri farm boy, grew up surrounded by wild grapes in upstream from Hermann, MO. Vox Vineyards grew out of Jerry’s desire to explore the entire winemaking process from grape growing through fermentation to drinking Vox Vineyards is located north of Kansas City near KCI airport. Tours & events can be scheduled by contacting them at email@example.com To hear more shows hosted by Kelly Scanlon visit our archives
Most wine lovers are familiar with European varietals such as Cabernet, Zinfandel, Chardonnay, Riesling or Pinot Noir, but these wines come from only one of the world’s many grape species. With its climatic diversity, North America is home to a large number of indigenous grape species whose wine-making potential is untapped. On this episode of Smart Companies KC discover why Vox Vineyards celebrates the remarkable diversity and how they are raising awareness of our native grapes.
Vox Vineyards sits above the Missouri river valley with a warm climate that is ideal for growing grapes. Owner/founder Jerry Eisterhold, a Missouri farm boy, grew up surrounded by wild grapes in upstream from Hermann, MO. Vox Vineyards grew out of Jerry’s desire to explore the entire winemaking process from grape growing through fermentation to drinking
Vox Vineyards is located north of Kansas City near KCI airport. Tours & events can be scheduled by contacting them at firstname.lastname@example.org
To hear more shows hosted by Kelly Scanlon visit our archives
Join hosts Linda Rez and William Pollard (Wild 4 Washington Wine) for a conversation with the Gilles Nicault, Director of Winemaking for Long Shadows Vintners, a winery that brings together the Rock Stars of winemaking for all the major worldwide wine regions. He is also the winemaker for Long Shadows' acclaimed Chester-Kidder, a Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah blend.
Gilles grew up in southern France and graduated from the University of Avignon with a degree in viticulture and enology. He honed his craft in the fabled hillside vineyards and wineries of Cotes du Rhone, Provence and Champagne. In 1994, already a vintner of rising fame in his homeland, Gilles traveled to Washington State to expand his winemaking.
Impressed by Washington State's vineyards, he stayed in the Columbia Valley, working for Staton Hills and Hogue Cellars before joining Woodward Canyon in 1996, where he stayed until moving to Long Shadows in June 2003. Sharing Woodward Canyon's passion for world-class wines, Gilles soon found Woodward Canyon's founder Rick Small was his ideal mentor and biggest champion. In 1999, Woodward Canyon named Gilles head of enology and production.
Gilles is married to French-born winemaker Marie-Eve Gilla of Forgeron Cellars, an upcoming guest on the Wine Muse show, "The Rise, Fall, and Rise of Chardonnay".
Wine Muse hosts Linda Rez and William Pollard welcome Chris Kajani from Carneros' Bouchaine Vineyards. Chris has recently taken the winemaking reins from legendary vintner Michael Richmond and she stops by to share the story behind their fantastic Riesling, a non-traditional staple in a region dominated by Pinot Noir.
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Theopolis Vineyards is located in the Yorkville AVA of California. Owned by Theodora Lee, it is the first vineyard in Northern California owned by an African American woman. We discuss what brought about this passion for winemaking the this trial lawyer. As well as why she selected the specific grapes to grow, including my favorite, Symphony!
Stew Lauterbach, Owner of Lauterbach Cellars and an emergency physician, shares how he and his family run a complete winery from a two-car garage. He breaks down the similarities and differences between winemaking and working in the trauma center. He also tells the story of the first wine he ever made (on his stove as a college student!), which wines are his favorites, barrel tasting, and techniques used to avoid pesticides. All this and more from the Wine Road in Northern Sonoma County, California.
Wine may be bottled poetry and elegant joy, but it stands as one of the toughest business operations to bring to fruition. In celebration of harvest time and New Jersey Wine Week, host Bart Jackson invites Larry Sharrott, president of the Garden State Winegrowers Association and owner of Sharrott Winery to discuss the business side of titilating your palate. Winemaking is regulated heavily by the hand of law, blessed by the god Bacchus, and, often as not, cursed by winds of fate and weather. New Jersey vintners have been steadily advancing the overdue respect for Garden State wines - an amazingly clever tale of branding. Tune in and learn how farmers survive and thrive making the beverage the whole globe enjoys.
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