Joe Pedicini doesn't discriminate; tune into this episode of Fuhmentaboudit! to learn about brewing and wine-making! Mary Izett and Chris Cuzme sit down with Joe to learn about his transition from brewing beer to making wine. Learn why Joe started homebrewing after tasting some Anchor Steam brews. Listen in to hear Mary, Chris, and Joe talk about different hop varieties, and how they have affected beer styles over the years. Why did Joe leave the East Coast to start Montebruno and produce pinot noir? Find out on this week's episode, and make sure to tune in next week for the second installment with Joe Pedicini! This episode has been sponsored by Artisanal Imports.


"We decided to brew at home because we were looking for flavors that you couldn't get here on the East Coast." [7:25]

"There are so many new varieties of hops out there that pack such a punch! A lot of these super high-alpha hops are used for making these IPAs- these hops are fun to use in the brew house because they're a little less labor intensive." [13:00]

"What makes pinot noir unique is that it tastes of a place." [23:25]

-- Joe Pedicini on Fuhmentaboudit!