This episode my co-pilot is, the always entertaining, Renee Rosco from Klinker Brick Winery in Lodi. Klinker Brick is a family owned winery, specializing in several different amazing wines, but most importantly, "Old Vine" Zinfandel. The Felten Family owns and manages fifteen individual vineyard blocks of “Old Vine” Zinfandel that range in age from 40 to 120 years old. Each vineyard is planted in sandy loam soils in the Mokelumne River Appellation of Lodi and the Clements Foothills. Join us as we hear all about Renee, The Feltens, and how Klinker Brick accomplishes their goal of producing world-class wine.
Visit Klinker Brick for yourself, at https://www.klinkerbrickwinery.com/
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Today I'm riding with Patricio Gouguenheim, owner of Gouguenheim Winery in Argentina. Such a pleasure to speak with, Patricio tells me the story of his life and the twists and turns that brought him to eventually opening a winery just outside of Mendoza. His wines are great, and his company might even be a little bit better.
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This episode also features the very first "Take Five" segment. In this segment I have a quick phone chat with someone (not necessarily in the wine industry), and fire 5 questions there way. My first guest is the wonderful Kelvin Davis, aka Notoriously Dapper. Follow Kelvin @notoriouslydapper and read his blog notoriouslydapper.com
This week I chat it up with Erin Harris from Santa Margherita. Founded in 1935 by Gaetano Marzotto, Santa Margherita has grown into not only an amazing winery, but a fine Italian wine importer. We discuss quite a few wineries in this episode, so I wanted to list their spellings here, as well as a link to santamargheritausa.com Ca Maiol, Lugana Kettmeir, Alto-Adige Ca' Del Bosco, Franciacorta Torresella, Veneto Sassoregale, Maremma Lamole di Lamole, Chianti Fattoria Sardi, Toscana Cantina Mesa, Sardegna Feudo Zirtari, Sicilia
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This week I am joined on the road with Helen Buehler! Helen's grandfather and father built the Napa winery in 1971, and the Buehler winery has been bringing us amazing wines since. Not only does Helen work in the winery, she was born and raised in it, and I was very excited to hear her story.
For my first ever episode, I am joined by Danny Gordon, 'Maker of Wine' for Tamarack Cellars in Walla Walla, Washington. Danny started with the team for their second vintage, and has been there since! I had a wonderful time getting to know him and pick his brain!
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