Why is podcasting booming now? What is the appeal? There must be some reason by podcasts are becoming more popular. How does this relate to wine? Join me for this exploration of wine and memory with some vintage guest appearances by Terry Meyer Stone and the tasting crew from the Wine Country BC podcast.
Listen to the episode here or on your favourite podcast player.
Thank you for listening!
Katrice Sutherland and I can talk. A lot.
This only started to be apparent years ago when I first met her at a wine store where I worked. She was there to pour samples for a winery she worked for at the time. That day, and a few that followed over the next couple of years, showed me that we could talk up a storm about wine.
When this podcast was just a dream last winter, the list of people that I wanted to approach to be a guest was not long, and it absolutely included Katrice. When I listened back to the episode (which was produced without any editing at all), I’m really glad that she accepted my invitation.
Here are some of the internety things that referenced in this episode:
Echo Bay Vineyards
Crushable Wine Club (Laura Milnes’ site, formerly Silk+Coupe)
Listen to the episode with Katrice here.
Podcasting has sure come a long way. I started listening to podcasts in 2008 and started producing them in 2009. For some reason, I thought that it would be a good use for all my recording gear and skills that I had used earlier in my life as a musician. It was a lot of fun but it was also a ton of work. It was the Model T stage of podcasting at that time which made it exciting but also difficult.
It also didn’t help that I often had to explain to people what a podcast was. No, you can’t listen to it on the radio. Yes, sounds just like the radio. No, not on your radio…
Times have changed and the technology is making it a lot easier to produce shows than ever before. It is a thrill and an honour to have you listen to my conversation with these amazing people. I hope that you enjoy it! Thank you for listening.