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Wine Talks - the Wine Education Podcast with Paul K

For the wine novice and wine expert...this is an  unorthodox travel through wine and food. Meet some of the characters that shape what we drink and eat. From the Mayor of Montefalco (small Umbrian town) to the biggest names in the Napa Valley...we have them here and Paul K. makes them laugh and tell!

Sep 19, 2022

This was fascinating….not only are their wine influencers in Lithuania, the food and wine culture is quickly growing and becoming European. Urté saw the need for wine and food eductions in her native Lithuania. The Soviet era stifled food creativity and clearly corralled wine production. In fact, during the Soviet...


Sep 19, 2022

This will inspire you. What else can one say when a young man gives up his profession in the medical field to become the worlds leading expert on Sochu (Japanese distilled beverage)? You will learn about Sochu, Japanese Whiskey, Grappa, Koji mold, Saki and more.

Stephen Lyman is on an exciting journey as he now lives in...


Sep 15, 2022

Learn what Enogastronomy is...new word for me too!

It happens to all of us. We can point to a time in our lives when our head was turned toward a career in wine. Federica is no exception. Hear the story from Federica as she was chasing a career in film and oops, caught the wine bug. 

Now the VP of the UK Sommelier...


Sep 7, 2022

Stephanie Morton Small write music; not the notes but they lyrics. Oh, and she is the VP of a compelling winery in Argentina; Finca Decero.

One theme that comes out of Wine Talks is the value of international experience in not only making wine but marketing wine. The passion that comes from these cross country...


Aug 25, 2022

The famed Burgundy house, Maison Louis Jadot became enamoured with the idea to start operations in Oregon (considered prince Pinot Noir and Chardonnay land).  Since 1988, McMinnville college has been playing host to the International Pinot Noir Festival (we attended in 1989).

In those days, there were only a handful of...