GrapeRadio – Wine Talk Show

GrapeRadio – Wine Talk Show

Published by: GrapeRadio – Wine Talk Show
40 Episodes | First Released: May 13 '15
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Michiganbythebottle.com
Aug 1 '17
Rating:   10
Broadens my wine knowledge

I love how this podcast forces me to broaden my horizons on lesser known region and helps me review and expand my knowledge on the classics. Thank you for a great show.

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DCNYer
May 10 '17
Rating:   10
More World of Pinot Noir seminars

I'm one who appreciates wine education and learning more about wine. The World of Pinot Noir seminars are my favorite because there is a mix of topics for beginners and "wine geeks." I look forward to this podcast continuing and enjoy listening their back catalogue that spans 12 years.

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CycleCanuck
Feb 26 '17
Rating:   8
Informational Show

High quality guests, interviewed by several wine geeks. If you like wine, and want to learn more, this is your place. Shows are best when Brian doesn't say much!! 😉

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dj_k
Jan 11 '17
Rating:   10
very informative guests on this podcast

I am usually very impressed with the various guests featured on this podcast. They are typically very eloquent and well informed about their vinyards, wineries and wines. Check out podcast with Chene Bleu.

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M1k3-
Jul 5 '16
Rating:   10
Good show!

Wow what a bunch of a$$holes that have posted reviews on here. For a community that is supposedly about refinement and decorum there is a lot of rudeness. Great show overall. Some of the guests can be a little dull but hey that's going to happen. Overall very good content for FREE. What a bunch of unappreciative babies. You would think they were paying $20 per episode, so you don't like it, skip it, delete it but don't put down effors to grow our community. Unbelievable... grow up.

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MilesTraveled
Apr 30 '16
Rating:   10
Awesome for learning about wine

These podcasts are invaluable for anyone in the industry or who is studying wine with the aim to be in the industry. The interviews are invaluable inside looks into wine regions and styles straight from the producer's mouth. I will agree sometimes there's too much side chatter - but usually it keeps the playback fresh and is pretty funny. These are some of the best wine podcasts out there.

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cornfish98
Dec 1 '15
Rating:   10
The best of the wine podcast shows..

Worth listening to every episode, every single one, I always learn something useful

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JNLCIA
Jul 2 '15
Rating:   2
3 Wine Guys is much better.

They have film maker David Baker saying "Modovino" is a "gotcha doc".They don't asked him why or at what point of "Modovino" is it "gotcha" Very interesting if your into listening to a Ponzi's daughters talk about how she realized that her parents had built a semi wine empire and how she realized that she could capitalized on the empire without actually working

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Suz McVenti
Apr 16 '15
Rating:   10
wineaux

This is a great source for serious wine students (and all wine enthusiasts are students). I especially enjoy the coverage of wine events. If someone feels the information is over their head... or that they are not the target market, I would say that if you are trying to learn more about wine and the wine world, stick with these guys. You won't be lead astray on Grape Radio. There is a lot of misinformation about wine out there... choose wisely.

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Vino_Rosa
Jan 15 '15
Rating:   10
Cheers to GrapeRadio!

Great podcast! I enjoy listening to this as I drive around San Diego selling wine :)

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AJ Doyle
Dec 26 '13
Rating:   10
Graperadio brings propellor hats to wine

I am currently a total novice when it comes to wine. I've listened to 3 episodes of this show and feel 100x more educated than I was just 2 weeks ago. These guys conduct interviews and ask fantastic questions. Add in a hint of comedy, personality, and loads of passion and you get a fantastic (albeit somewhat brainy) wine podcast. If you really want to learn about wine, take a listen, be patient with your own understanding and you'll eventually start picking up the terms. I would liken this to learning Spanish by moving to Spain. If you stick with it you'll come out the other end with a wealth of knowledge filled with cultural nuances - in this case, of the world of wine.

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l sagan
Oct 13 '08
Rating:   10
thank you

I absolutely love hearing your guests speak candidly about their wines- thoughts, and opinions.

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Rita Marie
Jan 10 '08
Rating:   10
Un'ispirazione per tutti

Ricordo la prima volta che ho sentito del vino Titolo di Elena Fucci ed era in un articolo del Gambero Rosso che parlava dell’aglianico. Tra i tanti vini nominati Titolo mi ha incuriosito molto e mi è rimasto in testa per mesi. Forse ero affascinata dall’idea di un’azienda piccola in Basilicata che produce solo un vino, o magari è stata l’etichetta che mi è piacuto da prima vista. Però tendo di pensare che era qualcos’altra, sai quando una fra tante cose ti rimane, senza che riesci a spiegare il perché. Per me il Titolo era così, finché ho comprato la mia prima bottiglia. Poi una sera in cui sono rimasta da sola e avevo bisogno di compagnia, ho versato un bicchiere e dopo il primo assaggio mi sono seduta davanti al computer a cercare di saperne di più.
Per me un vino ha la capacità di rappresentare in sè tante cose belle, e ha anche la possibilità di ricordarmene quanto sono veramente belle e affascinanti le nostre vite. Quella sera davanti al computer ho scoperta che una donna della stessa età di me, con cui credo di condividere una passione inesauribile per il vino, è responsabile per il vino che in quel momento stava davanti a me. Non la conosco personalmente, ma ho molto stima per una donna così. Nella sua intervista ha dimostrato una determinazione, un grande rispetto per la sua terra e gli sforzi della sua famiglia, un’intellegenza e un cuore. Secondo me Grape Radio Italia, non avrebbe potuto scegliere qualcuno migliore per la loro prima intervista. Persone come lei danno speranza al futuro della viticoltura in Italia e danno ispirazione a quelli di noi che stanno per entrare in quel mondo. - una studentessa nel Master di Scienze Gastronomiche e Prodotti di Qualità

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