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Northwest Wine Radio – “A Frenchman In The Wild West” (ep183)

  (2017) Why would a winemaker from France choose to move to the Pacific Northwest?  We ask that very question to the man behind Domaine Divio of Newberg!  And his answer, and accent, are both certainly charming. We also visit with a man who has a French name, but is all West Coast!  The couple …

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Northwest Wine Radio – “Salsa & Wine DO Mix Well” (ep181)

  (2017)  Do a little dance, drink a little wine, and if your heart races too much…at least there’s a doctor in the house at Cubanisimo Vineyards in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. We’ll meet the good doctor (and his very lovely nurse) on this unforgettable visit. Have you ever tried wine that’s Kosher?  What’s different about …

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Northwest Wine Radio – “A Chateau & A Craft District” (ep180)

  (2017)  There’s some new activity brewing near the site of the old Olympia brewery, and it’s goal is to make Tumwater a brewing and distilling destination.  Our friend Justin Stiefel and his Heritage Distilling Company will be among the first tenants of the new Tumwater Craft District. Speaking of brewing, we take a trip …

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Northwest Wine Radio – “A Winemaker of Many Labels” (ep179)

  (2017)  The next time you think you don’t have much free time, consider Neil Glancy.  The winemaker makes really good vino for Crossings Winery, and has now launched his own label called C Sebastian.  And when he’s not working on these wines, he’s helping others make good wine.  Sounds like a good guy to …

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Northwest Wine Radio – “Pepper Bridges & B.C. Brews” (ep178)

(2017)  This week, we take a trip to Walla Walla’s Pepper Bridge Winery & Amavi Cellars to learn the story behind this estate operation. Then it’s off to British Columbia, a growing power in the world of craft brewing.  We get a chance to sit down with the people behind Postmark Brewing, who do their …

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Northwest Wine Radio – “Award Winning Biblical Brewhouse” (ep176)

(2017)  From church to craft beer…to a really cool award!  We’ll meet the family behind 5 Rights Brewing Company, just named Washington’s small brewery of the year.  R.J. Whitlow and family stop by to spread the good news. What does it mean to be “estate grown?” And what makes Red Mountain so special?  You’ll learn …

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Northwest Wine Radio – “Wine For The Workers” (ep175)

(2017) In our quest to try new, locally made wine, it’s always a bonus to find out the wine you’re drinking benefits some really hard-working people.  As Ashley Trout tells us, proceeds from Vital Wines go to help fund healthcare for everyone from those who pick the grapes, to those who work in tasting rooms …

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