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The Intersection Between Wine and Mezcal

When we think about spirits, we tend to think of a commodity alcohol that tastes the same from one batch to the next.

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Rooftop Reds: Brooklyn's Solar-Powered Rooftop Vineyard

Would you guess that the Brooklyn navy yard is the location of the world’s first commercially viable urban rooftop vineyard?

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Midwestern Vintage: Wine & Wine-Derived Products from The Heartland

We travel to Kansas where the wine industry is growing.  We will meet Jeff Sollo, owner of Grace Hill Winery near Wichita who will tell us about a hobby grew into producing some of the mo...

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Martha Stoumen, Martha Stoumen Wines

Martha Stoumen did not grow up around wine, but connected with the soil during a trip in college to Italy, studying agriculture. She was drawn to the vineyards and thus began a Vigneron’s...

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JC Boisset at Charleston Wine + Food 2020

Sam Benrubi, host of The Grape Nation, sat down with celebrated winemaker, Jean Charles Boisset.

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Victoria Blamey

Chef Victoria Blamey changed course, leaving her college in Chile and enrolling in Culinary school.

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Ryan Zepaltas at Charleston Wine + Food 2020

Sam Benrubi and Ryan Zepaltas had a conversation over a bottle of wine at Charleston Wine + Food.

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Best of 2019 with Andre Mack!

The 2019 Finale Episode!

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Elena Penna Currado from Vietti Winery

Elena Penna Currado Vietti is partner at Vietti Winery and wife of winemaker Luca Vietti. Vietti is one of the oldest producers in Barolo with an impressive list of vineyard sites in the ...

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The Only Native American Winemaker in the U.S. Speaks Up: Tara Gomez

The elders had questions, the community was not entirely supportive, yet Native American winemaker Tara Gomez persisted. When her Santa Ynes Band of Chumash tribe bought land that include...