Interpreting Wine Podcast podcast

Interpreting Wine Podcast

Lawrence Francis' Interpreting Wine podcast

If you work in wine or would like to, subscribe to Interpreting Wine and discover the latest trends in the drinks and hospitality industry. Special focus on wine education for WSET Diploma (Level 4) and MW (Master of Wine) students. - To discuss sponsoring a series on Interpreting Wine, email hello@interpretingwine.com

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    Ep 450: Lawrence Francis, Wine Communication, Eat Sleep Wine Repeat, 1/2

    47:19

    I’m Lawrence Francis, Host of Interpreting Wine the place to learn from thought leaders in the world of wine and marketing, welcoming you to a special series that originally aired on Janina Doyle’s brilliant Eat Sleep Wine Repeat podcast. Across these 2 episodes Janina and I explore first wine communication and in the next episode our mutual love of sherry. Today we talk: Origin Inspirations for Interpreting Wine Influences from outside of the wine industry. Gary Vaynerchuk The advantages of Podcasting The future for Interpreting Wine The six wine stories If you know someone who would enjoy this episode please share the direct link: www.interpretingwine.com/450 If you really enjoyed it please leave the episode an iTunes review on the same link. Thanks! 👌👌 Intro and outro musicThe New Investorshttp://newinvestors.dk/Contact: glenn@velournet.dk GUEST CONTACT: Janina Doyle https://eatsleepwinerepeat.co.uk/ https://www.instagram.com/eatsleep_winerepeat/ Date recorded: 10 September 2021 Listen and subscribe: www.interpretingwine.com  CONTACT ME: Wine Marketing Roundtable: https://www.interpretingwine.com/roundtable Instagram: https://www.interpretingwine.com/instagram Facebook: https://www.interpretingwine.com/facebook Twitter: https://www.interpretingwine.com/twitter Linkedin: https://www.interpretingwine.com/linkedin Clubhouse: https://www.interpretingwine.com/clubhouse   Email: hello@interpretingwine.com   Eat Sleep Wine Repeat SERIES DIRECT LINK www.interpretingwine.com/450
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    Ep 449: Lauren Denyer, WSET Educator, D4 and D5 series, 2/2

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    I’m Lawrence Francis, Host of Interpreting Wine, the place to learn from thought leaders in the world of wine and marketing, welcoming you to the D4 and D5 series. Across these 2 episodes I’ll be exploring D4 and D5 in the company of Lauren Denyer of the WSET. Broadly covering Exam format, Past wines, Examiners comments, Theory questions with command verbs, examples of methods of production, style and quality. We also covered some specific questions sent in by followers on Instagram. If you only listen to one podcast series before your exams make it the D4 and D5 series. Intro Exam Format Past Wines Examiner’s Comments Question structure Methods of Production If you know someone who would find this episode useful please share the direct link: www.interpretingwine.com/449 If you really found it useful please leave the episode an iTunes review on the same link. Thanks! 👌👌 Intro and outro musicThe New Investorshttp://newinvestors.dk/Contact: glenn@velournet.dk Guest: Lauren Denyer, WSET Educator GUEST CONTACT:  https://www.instagram.com/laurendenyer/ Port Series on Interpreting Wine: www.interpretingwine.com/port19 Journey to Jerez webinar with Lauren Denyer DipWSET: https://youtu.be/uGOXH1fmDS0 Date recorded: 7 Oct 2021 Listen and subscribe: www.interpretingwine.com    CONTACT ME: Register for a free Wine Marketing Roundtable: https://www.interpretingwine.com/roundtable Instagram: https://www.interpretingwine.com/instagram Facebook: https://www.interpretingwine.com/facebook Twitter: https://www.interpretingwine.com/twitter Linkedin: https://www.interpretingwine.com/linkedin Clubhouse: https://www.interpretingwine.com/clubhouse   Email: hello@interpretingwine.com   D4 and D5 SERIES DIRECT LINK www.interpretingwine.com/448
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    Ep 448: Lauren Denyer, WSET Educator, D4 and D5 series, 1/2

    48:34

    I’m Lawrence Francis, Host of Interpreting Wine the place to learn from thought leaders in the world of wine and marketing, welcoming you to the D4 and D5 series. Across these 2 episodes I’ll be exploring D4 and D5 in the company of Lauren Denyer of the WSET. Broadly covering Exam format, Past wines, Examiners comments, Theory questions with command verbs, examples of methods of production, style and quality. We also covered some specific questions sent in by followers on Instagram. If you only listen to one podcast series before your exams make it the D4 and D5 series. Intro Update Exam Format Past Wines Examiner’s comments Methods of production Instagram Question: Champagne Yields If you know someone who would find this episode useful please share the direct link: www.interpretingwine.com/448 If you really found it useful please leave the episode an iTunes review on the same link. Thanks! 👌👌 Intro and outro musicThe New Investorshttp://newinvestors.dk/Contact: glenn@velournet.dk Guest: Lauren Denyer, WSET Educator GUEST CONTACT:  https://www.instagram.com/laurendenyer/  https://www.instagram.com/wset_school_london/ Date recorded: 7 Oct 2021 Listen and subscribe: www.interpretingwine.com  CONTACT ME: Register for a free Wine Marketing Roundtable: https://www.interpretingwine.com/roundtable Instagram: https://www.interpretingwine.com/instagram Facebook: https://www.interpretingwine.com/facebook Twitter: https://www.interpretingwine.com/twitter Linkedin: https://www.interpretingwine.com/linkedin Clubhouse: https://www.interpretingwine.com/clubhouse Email: hello@interpretingwine.com   D4 and D5 SERIES DIRECT LINK www.interpretingwine.com/448
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    Ep 447: Maria de Simón Baranda, President of Ruta del Vino de Rioja Alavesa, Spanish enotourism special, 2/2

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    I’m Lawrence Francis, Host of Interpreting Wine the place to learn from thought leaders in the world of wine and marketing. Today we continue the exploration of the impacts of the pandemic on the Spanish enotourism sector. Maria de Simón Baranda is uniquely placed to speak on the topic holding the dual roles of President of Ruta del Vino de Rioja Alavesa and Head of Administration for a boutique regional winery Viñedos y Bodegas de la Marquesa Valserrano.   00:00:00 Intro 00:02:17 Transition into working for the family winery 00:08:43 Rioja Alavesa enotourism overview 00:11:28 Enotourism deep dive at Viñedos y Bodegas de la Marquesa 00:22:32 Valserrano enotourism adaptations in 2020 00:29:54 Rioja Alavesa member adaptations 00:36:36 Wider Rioja enotourism context   If you know someone who would find this episode useful please share the direct link: www.interpretingwine.com/447 If you really found it useful please leave the episode an iTunes review on the same link. Thanks! 👌👌 Intro and outro musicThe New Investorshttp://newinvestors.dk/Contact: glenn@velournet.dk Guest: Maria de Simón Baranda, President of Ruta del Vino de Rioja Alavesa GUEST CONTACT:  https://rutadelvinoderiojaalavesa.com/en/ https://visitriojaalavesa.com/ https://www.instagram.com/rioja_alavesa/ https://twitter.com/RiojaAlavesa Date recorded: 15 January 2021 Listen and subscribe: www.interpretingwine.com    CONTACT ME: Wine Export Scorecard: https://www.interpretingwine.com/exportready   Instagram: https://www.interpretingwine.com/instagram Facebook: https://www.interpretingwine.com/facebook Twitter: https://www.interpretingwine.com/twitter Linkedin: https://www.interpretingwine.com/linkedin Clubhouse: https://www.interpretingwine.com/clubhouse   Email: hello@interpretingwine.com  
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    Ep 446: Vinka Danitza, Priorat Enoturisme, Spanish enotourism special 1/2

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    I’m Lawrence Francis, Host of Interpreting Wine the place to learn from thought leaders in the world of wine and marketing, welcoming you to this special two part series looking at the current state of Spanish enotourism in the wake of the pandemic.  My guest today is Vinka Danitza a wine tourism professional based in Spain. As project manager for Priorat Enoturisme, she is developing and coordinating various projects to enhance the visitor experience, maximize tourism and the direct sales potential of the group members.  00:00:00 Intro 00:02:21 Origin Story 00:07:48 Enotourism 101 00:16:01 COVID19 adaptations in Priorat 00:21:44 Reactions in different tourist sectors 00:27:47 Digitising customer interaction 00:31:15 Travel literature 00:40:54 Vinka’s current enotourism project 00:46:57 Looking ahead to 2021   If you know someone who would find this episode useful please share the direct link: www.interpretingwine.com/446 If you really found it useful please leave the episode an iTunes review on the same link. Thanks! 👌👌   Intro and outro musicThe New Investorshttp://newinvestors.dk/Contact: glenn@velournet.dk Guest: Vinka Danitza GUEST CONTACT:  https://bottledbliss.wordpress.com/ https://www.instagram.com/danitzavinka Date recorded: 20 December 2020 Listen and subscribe: www.interpretingwine.com    CONTACT ME: Wine Export Scorecard: https://www.interpretingwine.com/exportready   Instagram: https://www.interpretingwine.com/instagram Facebook: https://www.interpretingwine.com/facebook Twitter: https://www.interpretingwine.com/twitter Linkedin: https://www.interpretingwine.com/linkedin Clubhouse: https://www.interpretingwine.com/clubhouse   Email: hello@interpretingwine.com  
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    Ep 445: Matt Reynvaan, Reynvaan Family Vineyards, Washington State Wine Deep Dive 2021, (3/3)

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    See below for timestamps which allow you to navigate directly to any part of the episode. 00:00:00 Intro 00:01:42 Origin Story 00:10:50 The Family Business 00:17:00 Overview of Walla Walla 00:21:08 Winemaking Philosophy 00:29:40 2017 In the Hills 00:38:36 2017 In the Rocks 00:46:55 2017 The Contender 00:53:06 2017 Vintage in context 00:57:00 Market reaction 01:03:01 Looking ahead for Walla Walla 01:05:30 Looking ahead for Washington State If you know someone who would find this episode useful please share the direct link: www.interpretingwine.com/445 If you really found it useful please leave the episode an iTunes review on the same link. Thanks! 👌👌 Welcome back to the third and final part of the Washington State Wine deep dive 2021. I am of course Interpreting Wine Host and Founder Lawrence Francis across three episodes exploring the terroir, geology, winemaking culture and wines of the US’s second largest quality wine producing region We conclude the series today with an in-depth look at Walla Walla with Matt Reynvaan of Reynvaan Family Vineyards. Building on episode 443 which looked at the wider Columbia Valley and 444 which focused on Yakima Valley. We first hear Matt’s origin story, a fascinating introduction to the wine industry, literally “from scratch” in 2004. He puts the family decision to start a new winemaking endeavour in a new region in the context of the help that they received along the way from the local and international winemaking communities. Before we embark on a podcast first, a 2017 syrah vertical, tasting In The Rocks, In the Hills and The Contender. Before Matt talks to the market for these wines and the loca and international response. Before finishing by looking ahead for both Walla Walla and the wider Washington State winemaking region. Intro and outro musicThe New Investorshttp://newinvestors.dk/Contact: glenn@velournet.dk Guest: Matt Reynvaan, Reynvaan Family Vineyards Date recorded: 3 Feb 2021 Listen and subscribe: www.interpretingwine.com  WASHINGTON STATE CONTACT https://www.washingtonwine.org/ https://twitter.com/Wa_State_Wine https://www.instagram.com/wa_state_wine https://www.facebook.com/WashingtonStateWine GUEST CONTACT  https://www.reynvaanfamilyvineyards.com/ https://www.instagram.com/reynvaanwine http://esterwines.co.uk/ (UK importer) CONTACT INTERPRETINGWINE Instagram: https://www.interpretingwine.com/instagram Facebook: https://www.interpretingwine.com/facebook Twitter: https://www.interpretingwine.com/twitter Email: hello@interpretingwine.com Washington State Wine Deep Dive 2021 SERIES DIRECT LINK www.interpretingwine.com/WASHINGTONSTATE2021
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    Ep 444: Kerry Shiels, Côte Bonneville, Washington State Wine Deep Dive 2021, (2/3)

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    See below for timestamps which allow you to navigate directly to any part of the episode. 00:00:00 Intro 00:02:24 Origin Story 00:11:45 Yakima Valley grapes 00:18:13 DuBrul Vineyard virtual tour 00:22:33 Yakima geology (Soil and terroir) 00:25:53 The influence of own rooted vines 00:28:42 Winemaking influence 00:31:37 Wine #1 2019 DuBrul Vineyard Riesling 00:40:58 Digital wine communication 00:42:42 Wine #2 2013 Syrah 00:49:35 Ageworthy wines discussion 00:53:19 Wine #3 2012 Côte Bonneville Bordeaux Blend 01:01:52 Côte Bonneville Brand  01:04:55 Export markets 01:06:16 Looking ahead 5 and 25 years If you know someone who would find this episode useful please share the direct link: www.interpretingwine.com/444 If you really found it useful please leave the episode an iTunes review on the same link. Thanks! 👌👌 Welcome back to Part 2 of my first regional series of the year, the Washington State Wine Deep Dive 2021. I am of course Interpreting Wine Host and Founder Lawrence Francis. Across three episodes we will explore the terroir, geology, winemaking culture and wines of the US’s second largest quality wine producing region, which is regularly ranked among the world's top wine regions…  Guests are drawn from landmark producers in the Columbia valley, the Yakima valley and Walla Walla. Uniquely placed to translate the larger story that each glass of Washington State Wine represents. We continue the today with an in-depth look at the Yakima Valley in the capable hands of Kerry Shiels, second generation wine maker at Côte Bonneville based in Sunnyside, Washington State.   Kerry tells us her origin story, talk about the first generation of winemakers in the region, including pioneers Walter Clore and Wade Wolfe. Before we virtually explore geological influences that pre-date those which we explored in Part 1. We explore a regional point of differentiation with their vines planted on their own root stock and the impact it has. Before we taste three bottles produced in relatively tiny quantities each year and explore the winemaking influence. The 2019 DuBrul Vineyard Riesling with a production of around 200 cases, 2,400 bottles. 2013 Syrah, which is produced in similar amounts. And the 2012 Côte Bonneville Bordeaux Blend, of which around 500 cases, 6,000 bottles are produced each year. Kerry closes by looking outside of the Yakima Valley, discussing the opportunities to try these wines internationally. And looks ahead for the region in the short and medium term.   Intro and outro musicThe New Investorshttp://newinvestors.dk/Contact: glenn@velournet.dk Guest: Kerry Shiels, Côte Bonneville Date recorded: 20 January 2021 Listen and subscribe: www.interpretingwine.com  WASHINGTON STATE CONTACT https://www.washingtonwine.org/ https://twitter.com/Wa_State_Wine https://www.instagram.com/wa_state_wine https://www.facebook.com/WashingtonStateWine GUEST CONTACT  https://www.cotebonneville.com/ https://www.instagram.com/cotebonneville/ CONTACT INTERPRETINGWINE Instagram: https://www.interpretingwine.com/instagram Facebook: https://www.interpretingwine.com/facebook Twitter: https://www.interpretingwine.com/twitter Email: hello@interpretingwine.com   Washington State Wine Deep Dive 2021 SERIES DIRECT LINK www.interpretingwine.com/WASHINGTONSTATE2021
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    Ep 443: Juan Muñoz Oca, Ch Ste. Michelle, Washington State Wine Deep Dive 2021, (1/3)

    1:30:37

    See below for timestamps which allow you to navigate directly to any part of the episode. Episode outline: 00:00 Intro 02:05 Origin Story 08:25 Deficit Irrigation 15:11 Washington State geology and Missoula floods 23:49 Virtual tour of modern day Columbia Valley 34:09 Culture of winemaking in Washington 47:14 Wine #1 2018 Ch St Michelle Chardonnay Columbia Valley  58:09 Wine #2 2017 The Pundit Syrah Columbia Valley 01:07:17 Wine #3 2016 Col Solare Cabernet Sauvignon 01:16:27 Wine #4 2019 Ch St Michelle Riesling Columbia Valley 01:26:06 Looking ahead over 5 years, and 25 years. If you know someone who would find this episode useful please share the direct link: www.interpretingwine.com/443 If you really found it useful please leave the episode an iTunes review on the same link. Thanks! 👌👌 It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to my first regional series of the year, the Washington State Wine Deep Dive 2021.  Across three episodes we will explore the terroir, geology, winemaking culture and wines of the US’s second largest quality wine producing region, which is regularly ranked among the world's top wine regions…  Guests are drawn from landmark producers in the Columbia valley, the Yakima valley and Walla Walla. Uniquely placed to translate the larger story of that each glass of Washington State Wine represents. We begin our series with an in-depth look at Washington’s largest viticultural area, Columbia valley with Juan Muñoz Oca, Head of winemaking and vineyards at Ch Ste. Michelle, which is the largest winery in Washington State.  He takes us through the macro influences on grape growing in the region including the Missoula Floods, the largest known movement of water in our history… Enjoy!   Intro and outro musicThe New Investorshttp://newinvestors.dk/Contact: glenn@velournet.dk Guest: Juan Muñoz Oca Date recorded: 12 January 2021 Listen and subscribe: www.interpretingwine.com  WASHINGTON STATE CONTACT https://www.washingtonwine.org/ https://twitter.com/Wa_State_Wine https://www.facebook.com/WashingtonStateWine GUEST CONTACT  https://www.ste-michelle.com/ https://twitter.com/stemichelle https://www.facebook.com/stemichelle https://www.instagram.com/chateaustemichelle/ CONTACT INTERPRETINGWINE Instagram: https://www.interpretingwine.com/instagram Facebook: https://www.interpretingwine.com/facebook Twitter: https://www.interpretingwine.com/twitter Email: hello@interpretingwine.com   Washington State Wine Deep Dive 2021 SERIES DIRECT LINK www.interpretingwine.com/WASHINGTONSTATE2021
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    Ep 442: Mary Wright DipWSET, WSET Diploma student summit 2021, (5/5)

    39:42

    If you know someone who would find this episode useful please share the direct link: www.interpretingwine.com/442 If you really found it useful please leave the episode an iTunes review on the same link. Thanks! 👌👌 Welcome to the fifth and final day of the WSET Diploma student summit 2021 where I’m speaking with Mary Wright. She was awarded the The McNie Tasting Trophy and The Freixenet Copestick Prize, both for Unit 3/D3, Light Wines of the World. A real blockbuster episode to finish the series.  ENJOY! Episode outline: Origin Story Transition from Level 3 to Level 4 Broader reflections on the Diploma Tips and advice from award winning exam performance Attendee Question 1: Solo theory learning for D3 Attendee Question 2: Recommended order for theory/tasting in D4/D5 Attendee Question 3: Overcoming exam jitters The McNie Tasting Trophy and The Freixenet Copestick Prize Intro and outro musicThe New Investorshttp://newinvestors.dk/Contact: glenn@velournet.dk   Guest: Mary Wright DipWSET Date recorded: 4 January 2021 Listen and subscribe: www.interpretingwine.com    CONTACT  Instagram: https://www.interpretingwine.com/instagram Facebook: https://www.interpretingwine.com/facebook Twitter: https://www.interpretingwine.com/twitter Email: hello@interpretingwine.com   WSET Diploma student summit 2021 SERIES DIRECT LINK www.interpretingwine.com/diplomasummit2021
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    Ep 441: Phoebe French DipWSET, WSET Diploma student summit 2021, (4/5)

    39:36

    If you know someone who would find this episode useful please share the direct link: www.interpretingwine.com/441 If you really found it useful please leave the episode an iTunes review on the same link. Thanks! 👌👌 Welcome to Day 4 of the WSET Diploma student summit 2021 where I’m speaking with Phoebe French. She was awarded The Louis Jadot Burgundy Prize for her performance in the Unit 3 exam, now D3. ENJOY! Episode outline: Origin Story Transition from Level 3 to Level 4 Broader reflections on the Diploma Exam recommendations and tips Attendee Question 1: Solo theory learning for D3 Attendee Question 2a: Tips for studying theory/tasting,  Attendee Question 2b: What didn’t work for Phoebe Attendee Question 3: Recommended order for theory/tasting in D4/D5 Attendee Question 4: Overcoming exam jitters The Louis Jadot Burgundy Prize   Intro and outro musicThe New Investorshttp://newinvestors.dk/Contact: glenn@velournet.dk   Guest: Phoebe French DipWSET Date recorded: 4 January 2021 Listen and subscribe: www.interpretingwine.com    CONTACT  Instagram: https://www.interpretingwine.com/instagram Facebook: https://www.interpretingwine.com/facebook Twitter: https://www.interpretingwine.com/twitter Email: hello@interpretingwine.com   WSET Diploma student summit 2021 SERIES DIRECT LINK www.interpretingwine.com/diplomasummit2021

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