In this episode we’ll be discussing lawsuits and #WorldPorterDay. So crack open your beer, uncork that wine, and let’s get drinking.
Greg Morthole is a winemaker with Davis Bynum wines, a member of the Rodney Strong family. If that names sounds familiar, he was a guest on episode 151 where we learned about his history coming up through the world of wine geekery to where he is today, and he’s back for more tonight.
Tom Lutz is the founder and inventor of RePour, a unique wine preservation cork that absorbs the oxygen right out of your opened bottle. With a doctorate in chemistry and a career in product development, his career has been around innovation and bringing new products to market.
Lori Budd, along with her husband, Michael, are the owners of the award winning boutique winery, Dracaena Wines located in beautiful Paso Robles, CA. They focus on Cabernet Franc and are expanding their lineup to include a reserve Cab Franc, and later this year their first rose. She is also the founder of #CabFrancDay on Twitter, a blogger, and the host of her own podcast, Dracaena Wines.
Annie Wolf-Pautsch first appeared on WLD back in episode 86, and since then we’ve barely been able to make it 20 episodes without having her back on the show. Her company, “Brew Cruz” offers guided tours of the craft brewery scene in beautiful Santa Cruz CA via a refurbished 1989 Thomas International Bus, but wait there’s more…..that we’ll be talking about soon enough. Hopefully she is not suffering from a walking injury this time around as we welcome her back for her 5th time on the show.
This week we're discussing mindful drinking, complainy complainerson, and firing up the big system. So crack open your beer, uncork that wine, and let's get drinking.
Tasting, learning, and exploring the often confused Montepulciano grape. Specifically hailing from the Abruzzo region of central Italy.
Drinking, talking, and exploring Barleywines on out monthly tasting epsiode.
In this episode we’ll be discussing f*&k vintages, patreon love, and attention everyone, alcohol is dead. So crack open your beer, uncork that wine, and let’s get drinking.
Rick Lyke is a beer writer and prostate cancer survivor who has been raising awareness of the importance of regular health screenings and early detection through Pints for Prostates. A charity he founded in 2008 that uses the universal language of beer to reach men and open a dialogue about this important health topic. You may have heard about Pints for Prostates because they organized and host the Denver Rare Beer Tasting, which will celebrate its 10th edition next fall during GABF) or the Crowns for a Cure program that circulated more than 2 million bottle caps on craft beer this year to raise awareness. An important episode that you should listen to.
Looking to buy a gift for the drinker in your life? Or are you looking for some options to add to your gift list? The guys at We Like Drinking have you covered with gifts from $10 - $100 on this week's show.
Greg Morthole is a graduate of the University of Wyoming who got his start in the Vinquiry wine lab after following his heart to Sonoma County, but not for the love of wine. He has since worked as an Oenologist at Chalk Hill winery, a lab manager for Rodney Strong winemakers where he still is today working as a winemaker responsible for making the single vineyard reserve wines and Davis Bynum wines.
For our 150th episode we broke out some special bottles from our cellars to taste during our monthly drinking episode.
A detailed wrap up of the Jeff's experience at the Wine Bloggers Conference and all the craziness that went down.
The Jeff's enter into their own "Beer Mile" contest, but who will win. Also, Anthony Bordain on Yelp, and Wine Bloggers Conference antici.....pation.
Jay Shambo is the head brewer of Soul Squared Brewing out of Ft. Collins, CO. A Community Supported brewery that specializes in using local ingredients and delivering monthly bombers to their members.
With Halloween around the corner we are each pairing 3 craft beers with different types of candy. It went about as bad as you'd expect.
Jesse and Michele Padberg are co-owners of the Vivac Winery, located in Dixon, New Mexico, about 20 minutes south of Taos. A winery above most others as it resides at 6,000 ft making it one of the highest altitude wineries in the world. Founded by brothers Jesse and Chris, along with their wives Michele and Liliana, this team is producing award winning, old world styled wines using 100% New Mexico grapes made completely by hand. Join us as we taste through a selection of their remarkable red wines.
In this episode we’ll be reading listener mail, and talking a lot about mother nature. So crack open your beer, uncork that wine, and let’s get drinking.
In this episode we’ll be discussing bachelorette parties, cork v screwcap, again, and yeah, we’re going to be talking about the podcast awards.
One minute in and we’ll be discussing John the prognosticator, home made prosecco, and International Podcast Day. So crack open your beer, uncork that wine, and let’s get drinking.
We're discussing bad wine writing, the Faceplant triple IPA, and festivalpalooza.
The panel drinks, tastes, and discusses white Bordeaux wines. John is loaded up with hops, Other Jeff apologizes, and plenty of shout-outs.
In this episode we’ll be discussing our new shoes and go-to wine, and an epic FFL draft recap. Plus Grape, Hop, or Pop Culture reference, John's got a story, What's up with us, and Wait, Who Subscribed? Join us and never drink alone.