Episode 7 – Memories

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!

Episode 3 with Doug Bell

Winery owner, entrepreneur, and host of his own podcast “You Sip I Sip“, Doug Bell was a thrill to chat with. He is the driving force behind Northern Lights Winery, BC’s (and probably the world’s) most northern winery, which is bringing the winery experience to northern BC in a big way.

Listen to the episode here or on your favourite podcast player.

Episode 2 with Katrice Sutherland

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.