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Listen to the top wine podcast moments for the best reviews, history, and pairings, perfect for curious beginners or your average enthusiast.

Hear conversations about the drink humanity has loved for thousands of years. These are some of the many top moments from wine podcasts to enjoy with a glass (or bottle) of your favorite vino. From its history to the winemaking expertise of today, you'll gain a newfound appreciation for wine enthusiasts… Continue Reading >>
Listen to the top wine podcast moments for the best reviews, history, and pairings, perfect for curious beginners or your average enthusiast.

Hear conversations about the drink humanity has loved for thousands of years. These are some of the many top moments from wine podcasts to enjoy with a glass (or bottle) of your favorite vino. From its history to the winemaking expertise of today, you'll gain a newfound appreciation for wine enthusiasts and the craft as a whole. << Show Less
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Snippet of Wine for Normal People: Journalistic Integrity in Wine with Don Kavanaugh The question comes up again and again in wine: who can we read that is trustworthy and who reports on the truth? We know it isn't the glossy magazines and many industry wonks are all in the pocket of high-end producers and beholden to them so they can stay in the "club" and continue to drink expensive wine in their elite circles. In this episode, Don Kavanagh of Wine-Searcher talks about the challenges of journalistic integrity in wine publications and offers resources for vino drinkers to get the real skinny on finding the right, affordable wines.
Snippet of Decanted Wine Podcast: Critics’ choice: Sean P. Sullivan & Dr. Owen Bargreen and Wine Enclosures In this episode of Decanted, listen to Wine Enthusiast's Sean P. Sullivan discuss "cork taint," a rampant problem in wine production caused by a compound called TCA. Cork taint can mute flavors, or worse, cause a musty "basement" flavor in your favorite wine. In the full podcast episode, Sullivan & Dr. Owen Bargreen share how they taste and review wines, the best ways to expand your palate, current Washington wine trends, and some of the alternate wine enclosures that are “cork taint” free.
Snippet of Wine Blast with Susie and Peter: Are You Serving Wine All Wrong? Are you flushing dollars down the toilet and denying your tastebuds by serving your wine poorly? Listen as Peter interviews Master Sommelier Laura Rhys on topics like temperature, glasses, decanters, gadgets, corked wine, calmness, people and not overanalyzing the small stuff.

Hosts Susie Barr and Peter Richard are married Masters of Wine. In this upbeat show, they bring wine to life with a smile via interviews, chat, travel, food, gentle bickering, tips, competitive wine-offs, a quirky wine A-Z and your questions.
Snippet of The Stories Behind Wine: Steve Matthiasson's Story What do skateboarding and punk rock have to do with winemaking in California? Steven Matthiason, go-to viticulturist for some of Napa Valley's top wineries and SF Chronicle's Winemaker of the Year, shares parallels from his life, plus his fascinating story of getting into the wine business.

The Stories Behind Wine is a podcast dedicated to the tales of the people, places, and history that influence the world of wine. This show is made possible by Napa Valley Wine Academy.
Snippet of I'll Drink To That! Wine Talk: Mimi Casteel Thinks Your Sustainability Sucks. Try Again. Mimi Casteel and her family own the Hope Well Vineyard and Bethel Heights Vineyard, respectively, in Oregon. Mimi takes on issues like land use, agricultural practice, and vineyard work in this podcast, stressing the importance of a connection with nature to avoid future catastrophes.

Podcast host Levi Dalton welcomes distinguished guests from the world of wine – including winemakers, sommeliers and writers – into his living room for an in-depth interview, delving into everything from the sommelier trade, winemaking, the business of wine in an informed and insightful manner. Dalton is a former sommelier who has worked at restaurants including Restaurant Daniel, Masa and Convivio in Manhattan and also contributed articles to publications including Wine & Spirits magazine, Bon Appetit and Eater.
Snippet of Matthew's World of Wine and Drink: Food & Wine Pairings with Andreya Nightingale (I) Certified WSET Educator Matthew Gaughan interviews Andreya Nightingale of Mortar Pestle Cooking for this podcast. They discuss the concepts behind food and wine pairings, what to pair with Chardonnay from different climates, and a specific dish that Andreya has prepared to match with Beaujolais.

Matthew specializes in 15-minute podcasts giving an overview of the important wine regions of the world. Perfect for students taking WSET courses, or for the general wine enthusiast.
Snippet of The Wine Situation: Christina Hepburn & Sex Wine! Professional cuddler and sexual healer Christina Hepburn talks sex and wine over a bottle of Rioja. Christina is a host of her own sex podcast (T&A Talk Sex), but listen in as she attempts to answer one of the toughest sex questions yet: Which wine is the sexiest?!

Hosted by Ellen Clifford and Shaughn Buchholz, The Wine Situation finds out what their guest’s situation is...with wine!
Snippet of Wine for Sophisticated Homies Podcast: Oak: The Quercus Circus In this episode, sommeliers Ben and Jason have you over a barrel--an oak barrel Ever wonder how oak works? If barrels are important? Listen in as they cover the history of oak, how barrels are made, the flavors it imparts, and more!

Ben Draper and Jason Booth are self-described "devilishly handsome sommeliers" who also turn a good phrase when it comes to the fruit of the vine. Their podcast "Wine for Sophisticated Homies" is a wink to the sometimes too-stuffy world of wine. Ben and Jason combine wit with wisdom in their podcast, where the wine flows as easily as the jokes.
Snippet of Wine Two Five Podcast: Breakfast Wines When is it too early to start drinking? Never. At least according to hosts Valerie and Stephanie who make the case that breakfast, like any meal, can involve a variety of foods and therefore drink. Listen beyond the mimosa as they raise a glass to delicious wine pairings with your eggs, sleepyhead.

Wine edu-tainment and consumer empowerment are on tap at the Wine Two Five podcast. Wine experts and friends Valerie Caruso and Stephanie Davis are committed to "everyday drinking for everyday people." Wine with lunch? Yes please, and any time of day. Whether it's 5 o'clock or not, these ladies will help you get a better grasp on wines while keeping you giggling.
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