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Today our guest is Holly Holliday: Creator of Bubbly Fest! She also brings with her several wine makers participating in the bubbly fun...
Steve Clifton: Palmina Wines & Brewer-Clifton
Victor Gallegos: Sea Smoke Winery
Neil Roberts: Clavo Cellars
Norm Yost: Flying Goat Wines
BUBBLYFEST by the Sea promises to be upscale, educational, with a touch of humor thrown in: this is a weekend not to miss! You'll party like Gatsby, from seaside Cocktail parties, to a festival on the cliffs of the Pacific Ocean, and end your weekend with a fabulous brunch filled with live music, sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean, and all the bubbly you can drink!
Joy, of Joy's JOY of Wine and A Grave Interest, joins us tonight for an entertaining and informative discussion on wineries and vineyards that are inhabitied by the non-living. There are spirits roaming the vines and haunting the tasting rooms, cellars and other rooms of wineries. Which ones? Tune in!
Hosted by Ron Hunt, VP and General Manager of Florida Estates Winery in Land O' Lakes, FL.
Call the show and talk with Ron and our guest by dialing (646) 727-3235 during the LIVE show.
Hosts Linda Reznicek and William Pollard, wine writer and reviewer at Wild 4 Washington Wine, explore the up and down trajectory of the world's favorite varietal, Chardonnay, through the words of great Chardonnay winemakers.
Why did Chardonnay go out of favor, or did it? What makes a GREAT Chardonnay?
Chateau Montelena: They won the the white wine competition at the famous "Judgement of Paris;" their winemaker Matt Crafton will share the philosophy behind their great Chardonnay.
Bouchaine Vineyards: A 40 year pioneer in the California wine industry, Michael Richmond founded Acacia Wines in the Carneros district of Napa Valley and now makes wine for Bouchaine. He brings the history and his love of wine education, experience, and adventure.
Forgeron Cellars: Winemaker and managing partner Marie-Eve Gilla was trained in the Burgundy region of France and understands the long tradition of great Chardonnay craftsmanship.
Cote Bonneville: Kerry Shiels' Chardonnays are hailed as some of the best, regularly garnering 94's by the major wine magazines. She brings her lifelong experience and intimacy with the fruit to winemaking.
Join us for an evening of Chardonnay and Chardonnay artistry and genius.
Join Host LB Dutchess as she Walks #TasteofWashington. SpecialmInterviews included Greg & Stacy Lill of DeLILLE CELLARS Ali & Jared of Alexandria Nicole Cellars, Chris of Sparkman Cellars Cliff Ottis of Matthews Winery, Greg of Laurelhurst Cellars & Jason of Ancestry Cellars to name a few! Click to follow & Like us @ Socially Savvy Lb Dutchess LB Dutchess ,check out local events @ Socially Savvy Eastside Events & Entertainment & our Blog http://lbdutchess.blogspot.com/ Sponsors include: ~ Uber~ Advanced Skin and Body Solutions ~ 7e Fit Spa of Seattle
Join hosts Linda Rez and William Pollard, from Wild 4 Washington Wine, for a conversation about what it means to make wines in the "bordeaux-style" in Washington State with award-winning winemaker Anna Schafer from aMaurice Cellars.
Anna Schafer Winemaker, Founder aMaurice Cellars:
As one of the founders of àMaurice, Anna has dedicated her time to creating wines with a unique quality. Her talent is her palate and curiosity of winemaking. As a practically trained winemaker, she works both hemispheres to taste wine in the vineyard. She worked harvest in Mendoza, Argentina for winemaker Paul Hobbs's Viña Cobos in 2006 and 2007. Anna brings to the wine a world perspective having visited thirty-six countries. Her most unique wine experience was in the Szechwan province, China, enjoying Tibetan barley wine.
Speaker at Aspen Food and Wine, Women for Democracy and Taste Washington. Only female and youngest Top New Winemaker by Seattle Magazine.
Make sure to join Linda and William for The Wine Muse World Tour.
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".
The over-50 "Boomer" generation, the largest, richest and biggest spending segment in the history of American Marketing. "Baby-Boomer's" redefined middle-age, just as they've done with every other stage they've gone through. The sheer size of the market gives them a louder voice. When this generation sneezes, the country catches a cold, Marketing News, Jan, 1996.
Circa-2014---Boomer kids had the most powerful toy of all, THEIR IMAGENATION. Baby Boomers as kids were so lucky. Children had once been put to work if not in factories and farmyards then in kitchens, cellars. Now children have been put to work again.
Homework in kindergarten...etc.
Week-ends, learn to read...etc.
Boomers as kids did...etc.
Children are our future treat them...etc.
On Wednesday July 2nd, at 8pm est, 7pm cst, 5pm pst Enjoy the pond and water gardening lifestyle segment, with your host Mike Gannon from the Pond Hunter Radio Broadcast. Mike and his guests will sample different wine varieties from the Koi Pond Cellars label out of Washington State. Come enjoy the water gardening lifestyle with a glass of wine by the pond and the Koi Pond Cellars sommelier . Koi Pond Cellars has some great wine varieties and Mike and his guests will help you decide which ones to choose. Wine and water gardens go together perfectly and Koi Pond Cellars is blending them together! The Pond Hunter Radio Broadcast begins at 8 PM EST. Call in when show is live at 949.534.0637.The Pursuit Of All Things Aquatic.
Join Host LB Dutchess w/Co-Host Mayumi of Make it a great date, Stylist Juels & Wine rep Karen Ward as they chat SavvySavvy Dating again expectations, common style mistakes & Wine w/ Chateau St Jean & Sledghammer!
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Every 3rd Thursday hosts William Pollard and Linda Rez Talk About wine LIVE on the Wine Muse World Tour.
On tonight's Wine Muse World Tour, we take you to the Bordeaux region of France to taste the Exem Bordeaux and talk to one of the wine makers, Guillaume Gonfrier about the wine, the region and the recent hailstorm that destroyed some of the crops.
We'll also meet two women vintners who are rocking the Bordeaux-style wines, Kristina Mielke-van Löben Sels the winemaker at Arbor Crest Winery in Spokane, WA and Anna Schafer from aMaurice cellars in Walla Walla, WA. Both women have produced some of the highest rated wines in the region; Kristina's '11 Dionysus was rated 93 by Wine Spectator, and Anna's '09 "Night Owl" was rated 93 by Wine Enthusiast.
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Join Host LB Dutchess, Co-Host Larissa Long of Mode Magazine & Guest Host Mayumi of Make it a great date as they chat SavvySavvy Sumer fashion tips & the Do's and Don'ts of Dating 2014
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What did the archies do when they stumbled on the Ark, they tried to burn it. What did these do when tens of thousands of slate tablets and other artifacts were discovered by farmers plowing their fields, digging cellars, etc at the turn of the century, they cry "forgery" to murder against the light, of course.
One crisp Spring morning in 1874, a farmer newly arrived from the East, clearing timber nearby the village of Crystal, in central Michigan northwest of Detroit, unearthed a beautifully worked piece of black slate in the form of a shuttle covered with curious markings adjacent to a drawing of a man's head wearing queerly fashioned head gear (Fig. 1). Within the course of the next few months, additional unexplainable pieces came to light in an area between the villages of Crystal, St. Louis and Edmore-a copper stiletto, a small clay box and a large slate tablet-each bearing undecipherable markings-together with some strange looking cryptic characters.
Wonderment stirred the community. Never suspecting that any large group, other than Indians, had preceded them on this land tucked away in the heart of Michigan, farmers in Montcalm and Gratiot Counties stood in profound amazement at this assortment of copper tools, pictured tablets, spear-points and bracelets now spread before them. How could such unrecognizable material come to have been buried in this sparsely populated farming community? Who, they asked, might have buried them? Were they remains of a race long since wiped out? Certain it was that human beings once occupied this land-here was tangible evidence made by human hands. Markings unmistakably bespoke a writing. No one could read it. Wonderment spread as a bewildered country-side found itself the center of nation-wide attention. Curiosity-seekers flocked to the tiny village.
Everyone offered suggestions. The Mystic Symbol by Henrietta Mertz; 1933.
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