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Camille Riviere, Camille Riviere Selections.

Camille Riviere was raised in Paris and the Loire Valley. She fell in love with wine at an early age, so like any good mom, she enrolled Camille in wine classes. She interned, worked, and...

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Bikes n Brews

Alex Showerman of Athletic Brewing joins the band to discuss their new N/A Blood Orange IPA, how brands can change the world and that classic summer love story, bikes and beers

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Meet Cha McCoy

This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin talks to sommelier Cha McCoy about how she strives to make the wine world more inclusive and what we should drink this summer. Plus...

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Sara, Perez, Mas Martinet

You can’t talk about wines from the Priorat region of Spain without recognizing the impact the Perez Family has made in the last four decades.

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Pascaline Lepeltier MS

Pascaline Lepeltier is truly one of the most respected sommeliers in the world. As a Master Sommelier she has received numerous awards including the Un des Meilleurs Ouviers de France. ...

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The Old Men and the Sea

One man invented it. Another one named it. And over the years their clashing personalities shaped the Hemingway Daiquiri. 

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Dustin Wilson MS

Born on the east coast, Dustin Wilson headed west to make his mark in wine at Frasca, Little Nell, and RN74, eventually heading back east as Wine Director of 3 Michelin starred 11 Madison...

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School's In For Summer

Mark Barrett of Diageo Bar Academy sits down with Greg and Sother to talk education, how we can make the most of our now extremely online lives and what we can do to never stop learning. ...

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The Clay Copita: Authentic Hipster Culture?

A lot of mezcal enthusiasts drink their mezcal from clay copitas. Hell, we drink our mezcal from clay copitas. And we think that’s the best vessel for heritage agave spirits. But is it? A...

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All in the Family

Oaxaca returns!