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#69: Sunday, March 23 at 09:00 AM (ET)

End of the current WLP call series

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The current series of WineLoversPage.com Community Call is over. You can download any of the nearly 80 calls at Talkshoe.com
#68: Monday, March 10 at 11:58 AM (ET)

Wine and Chocolate

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Would you be surprised to hear that fine chocolate can be great with a dry red Bordeaux? Of course there are many other possibilities we'll be talking about as well, so tune in.
#67: Monday, March 03 at 12:00 PM (ET)

Your First Wine!

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What was your first wine and the circumstances of tasting it? And which wine(s) would you recommend for new people to start their path towards wine awareness?
#66: Monday, February 25 at 12:00 PM (ET)

Cellaring Your Wine

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You'll want to store wine properly and the place for this is the cellar, if you have one. Also available are wine fridge type devices that keep bottles at a stable temperature and sometimes humidity.
#65: Monday, February 18 at 12:00 PM (ET)

Wine Tourism

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A friendly chat this week about the numerous benefits of visiting wineries, wine museums, and chateaux. Interview with Nathalie Schyler, owner of Chateau Kirwan about visiting this 500 year old property in Bordeaux.
#64: Monday, February 11 at 12:00 PM (ET)

French Malbec from Cahors

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Discussion and interviews about French Malbec from Cahors.
#63: Monday, February 04 at 01:00 PM (ET)

WOW! Women On Wine

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Are men and women different in their approach to wine? Call in and tell us or listen to find out.
#62: Monday, January 28 at 12:00 PM (ET)

And Now, Taste!

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French Malbec Tasting

After the visual and bouquet, it's time to take a taste. Last week's call on first impressions topic was such a success that we're returning to the subject today to take it a step further.
#61: Monday, January 21 at 12:00 PM (ET)

First Impressions: Color and Nose

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The eyes and nose bring us our first impressions when we pick up a glass of wine. How can you refine your sense of smell to pick up those fine nuances in the wines you enjoy? Practice!
#60: Monday, January 14 at 12:00 PM (ET)

German Wines, Part III

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Our resident specialist David Bueker continues this popular series on German wines.
#59: Monday, January 07 at 12:00 PM (ET)

Wine Focus: Value Wines

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Values in Riesling and Gruner Veltliner, Cabernet Sauvignon from California, Australian, South African and Italian wines. Some tips on how to find the better values while still drinking better wines.
#58: Monday, December 31 at 12:00 PM (ET)

Happy New Year 2008!

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Beginning a bit early (12 Noon EST, 9AM PST) but come and join the festivities! Champagne for everyone! We talked about Champagne, blends, vintages, wine in 2088 and other burning issues.
#57: Monday, December 24 at 12:00 PM (ET)

What happened in 2007 in the world of wine?

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New French label laws show an absurd pregnancy icon and /or warning. New smoking ban in effect Jan 1, 2008 in France. Prices go up as the US Dollar goes... down. US wine lovers need to find more adventurous (and cheaper) choices. Weather this summer in Provence.
#56: Monday, December 17 at 12:00 PM (ET)

Make mine a Gwurztraminer

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Sweet but not too sweet, "Gewurz" goes with pork and other salty meats or makes a great apéritif. We taste the Trimbach 2001 Vendanges tardives and a 2005 Albert Boxler "entry level" Réserve. This is good wine. Try some!
#55: Monday, December 10 at 07:00 AM (ET)

The Ancient Wines Academy

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Guests interviewed describe what tasting older wines can be like and why they consider the Académie des vins anciens to be a unique experience.
#54: Tuesday, December 04 at 12:00 PM (ET)

Guest: Jamie Goode on Cahors

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I spoke with author and longtime member of WLDG, Jamie Goode this week while preparing a Cahors project. Here is a recording of the discussion we had.
#53: Monday, November 26 at 12:00 PM (ET)

Beaujolais Nouveau: or not nouveau

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I'll Drink to That: Beaujolais and the French Peasant Who...

One theory is that the French, having no Thanksgiving, needed something to brighten up the doldrums between Summer vacation and the Christmas holidays, so they made Beaujolais Nouveau an event. In any case, Beaujolais has long lived in the shadow of the great Burgs. Lets talk about it!
#52: Saturday, November 17 at 12:00 PM (ET)

Bubbly that is NOT Champagne

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From Cremant de Bourgogne to Franciacorta, Prosecco to Cava and on to American sparkling wine, there's plenty of bubbly out there that's not Champagne. We'll talk about them on our Internet Radio TalkShoe Saturday, Nov. 17, at 1 p.m. US EDT (10 a.m. Pacific, 7 p.m. in Western Europe). You're welcome to tune in, or call and talk.
#51: Saturday, November 10 at 01:00 PM (ET)

Gaining Palate Experience, Part II

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More on this great topic from Max Hauser and the gang. Developing some ideas introduced November 3:
  • Wine tasting versus wine drinking.
  • Different kinds of tasting groups.
  • Tasting formats.
  • Mechanics, dynamics, psychology of tasting groups.
  • Supportive atmosphere, sharing opinions.
  • Guessing games.
  • Recruitment.
  • Issue of "difficult" members.
#50: Saturday, November 03 at 01:00 PM (ET)

How to Acquire Palate Experience?

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Choosing a bottle at a shop for dinner, or visiting wineries recreationally, are good ways to try a few wines. But how does the budding wine geek gain experience efficiently? Buying bottles to try is slow and expensive. Some wines worth knowing are rare or pricey. Max Hauser will review successful methods people have used to taste more wines economically. These range from working in a wine shop to starting a tasting group to public tastings by wine-education groups and even foreign consulates. Contrasts between wine tasting and wine drinking.
#49: Saturday, October 27 at 01:00 PM (ET)

Wine and Cheese

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You keep hearing about wine and cheese, but how many combinations have you actually tried? Do you taste mostly red wine with cheese? What about the very strong cheeses like Roquefort or aged Gouda? Or the milder ones like goat cheese?
#48: Saturday, October 20 at 01:00 PM (ET)

Horizontal Tasting

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Live from Paris witt David Bueker, Eve Lejeune and with correspondants throughout the world :)
#47: Saturday, October 13 at 01:00 PM (ET)

The War Between the Grapes

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Red vs White wine. Come defend your territory this Saturday. There'll be cannons on each side, and grape shot (get it) flying in all directions.
#46: Saturday, September 29 at 01:00 PM (ET)

Terroir: What is it?

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Although hard to define, there is no lack of opinions about this French word. We also talk about over-oaking, fruit, varietals, labels and a lot of other things about wine.
#45: Friday, September 21 at 11:00 AM (ET)

WLDG FAQ and answers

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Answers to FAQ about wine. Decanting, bricking, growing, drinking, tasting.
#44: Thursday, September 13 at 10:00 AM (ET)

Wineries are in all 50 States

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For some time now, all 50 states in the US have boasted wineries. Aside from Hawaiian pineapple wine and Alaskan milk wine, what's happening in your area?
#43: Saturday, September 08 at 12:00 PM (ET)

Vendanges, what you were afraid to ask about the harvest

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September, the white grapes are being picked, the red will be soon and we'll be in Bordeaux for a show and tell about how the "wine of the century" is born.
#42: Tuesday, August 28 at 01:00 PM (ET)

Lazy Acres and Gypsy Canyon Visits

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Due to travel, the Talkshoe will not be live this week, but recorded. We visit Bob Wesley at Lazy Acres, where the wise Wine Lovers shop in this town. Then off to Gypsy Canyon where Deborah Hall makes a fortified wine from old vines of mission grapes at her property near Lompoc, California.
#41: Saturday, August 25 at 01:00 PM (ET)

German Wines, Part II

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David Bueker continues his very popular series on German wines. We talk about vintages and compare their effect on age worthiness to Bordeaux or Burgundy vintages.

How about food matching? A recent offline featured Thai cuisine with several Rieslings of varying sweetness and acidity. German wines go with an amazing range of food, but Thai dishes are a marriage made in heaven.

#40: Saturday, August 18 at 01:00 PM (ET)

It's *Still* Summer!

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About the joys of sharing food and wine. We talk about how to choose wine without being an expert. Also, the success of Two Buck Chuck, do you know what you're getting? Why is Yellow Tail so popular? How many different wines do you usually drink at dinner. How are wines judged?
#39: Saturday, August 11 at 12:55 PM (ET)

It's Summer!

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No more shipping to Illinois. The pleasure of "offlines", sharing wine with friends you made "online". Tasting blind with hidden bottles and double blind with black glasses. Outdoor tastings and why they aren't.
#38: Saturday, August 04 at 12:55 PM (ET)

German Wines, part I

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Our resident specialist David Bueker did a great job in this first part of a trip through German wines. A lot was covered, including regions, producers, labels, food matches and more.
#37: Saturday, July 28 at 01:00 PM (ET)

Serving Wine

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Does wine service make you fretful, whether you're pouring for guests at home or dealing with the restaurant ritual? Can you extract a wine cork with flair? Come talk with us about wine service, at home and dining out, and bring your best stories!
#36: Saturday, July 21 at 12:00 PM (ET)

Rosé Redux

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Earlier in the season we spent an hour talking about rosé and other pink wines. It's been such a hot summer that pinks seem more popular than ever, so we're going to do it again.
#35: Saturday, July 14 at 01:00 PM (ET)

The Ugly Ducklings: Mourvèdre, Carignan, Cinsault

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Mourvèdre, Carignan, Cinsault, Petit Verdot, Tannat... Lesser-known grapes, what are they good for and why do we care?
#34: Saturday, July 07 at 01:00 PM (ET)

Pinot Noir, Old and New Worlds

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Our guest Rusty Gaffney, MD, author of the "PinotFile" site (link at the left) has a lot of interesting things to share about his love for Pinot Noir, the grape that was skyrocketed to fame in the film Sideways.
#33: Saturday, June 30 at 01:00 PM (ET)

Winemaking at Home

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Some interesting insights into what makes these wine makers happy! Join Howie, Mike and Talkshoe CEO Dave Nelsen to hear all about this fascinating hobby.
#32: Saturday, June 23 at 01:00 PM (ET)

Foodies: Wine and BBQ, Better than Beer!

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Let's talk about food, especially BBQ, and wine that plays nicely with it. What exactly is barbecue? Cooking with smoke? Cooking with sauce? Or simply cooking out of doors? We'll be talking 'cue, and the drinks to go with it! Join us live at 1PM EDT.
#31: Saturday, June 16 at 01:00 PM (ET)

Argentina: Not Just Malbec!

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Argentina first planted winegrapes around 1557, they're not exactly wine newbies. Alejandro Audisio joins us from Buenos Aires to tell us about the variety and qualities of the wines from his country.
#30: Saturday, June 09 at 01:00 PM (ET)

Single-varietal wines

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Burgundy. Napa Cabernet. Many people consider single-varietal wines (monocépage in French) the ideal in wine, expressing in simple purity the character of a single grape. Others point to Bordeaux and Chianti, among many more, as displaying the balance and complexity that a wine maker can achieve by blending the character of several grapes.
#29: Saturday, June 02 at 01:00 PM (ET)

Oak: good or evil? Guest Steve Edmunds

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What is the role of wood in the making of a great wine? We hope to have some interesting and informed comments on this controversial subject. Steve Edmunds joined us for an enjoyable hour sharing his take on oak and wood and a lot of other more off-the-wall subjects. Aklos, an interview with Thomas Duroux of Château Palmer.
#28: Saturday, May 26 at 01:00 PM (ET)

Grüner Veltliner - dry, full, peppery or spicy?

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Are you already in love with this increasingly popular wine variety from Austria? Would you like to learn more? It's all about "GV" on Saturday, May 26, at 1 p.m. US EDT Call in during the show.
#27: Sunday, May 20 at 12:30 PM (ET)

Vinum: French Invade Bay Area!

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Eve was at Vinum in Oakland and and Pink Out in San Francisco and phoned in this short report
#26: Saturday, May 19 at 01:00 PM (ET)

Finding, Buying and Selling Wine on the Web

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How to find, buy, sell or just research wine online. How to know who to trust? Wine auctions, public web cellar management, community and sharing. Online guests were from
  • California Wine Club
  • K&L Wines
  • CellarTracker
  • #25: Saturday, May 12 at 01:00 PM (ET)

    Vintage

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    What it is, the effect it has on wine, prices, and the universe. François Audoze, "Monsieur Old Wines" will be with us to talk about his considerable experience.
    #24: Saturday, May 05 at 01:00 PM (ET)

    Sweet wines

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    Muscat, Madeira, Port, Banyuls, Maury, Montbazillac, late harvest, fortified wines and vin cuit (what is that?)
    #23: Monday, April 30 at 12:30 PM (ET)

    WineLibrary TV

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    The WLP Talkshoe is always a very open-ended discussion. For this Monday's edition we've invited Gary Vaynerchuk from WineLibrary.TV to join us. You are all welcome to call in and share and discuss any of your favorite wines. Anyone into wine is welcome!
    #22: Monday, April 23 at 12:30 PM (ET)

    In the Pink with Rosé

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    This episode will feature an interview with James de Roany, Managing Director, Château Beaulieu in Provence (also general secretary of the CIVP) who talks about the origins of rosé, the 9 (!) appelations of Provence and compares American blush wines and Rosé de Provence. Rosé guru Jeff Morgan, author of Rosé: A Guide to the World's Most Versatile Wine will join us live to talk about RAP (Rosé Wine Avengers).
    #21: Monday, April 16 at 12:30 PM (ET)

    Italian food and wine.

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    The Italians say that a meal without wine is like a day without sunshine, and we think they're right. It's arguable that no nation's food and wine go together as well as Italy's. We'll talk about our Italian wine and food favorites and why they work so well.
    #20: Monday, April 09 at 12:30 PM (ET)

    About corkscrews and opening bottles

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    Corks and corkscrews, the 300-year-old closure system that makes wine complicated. Have you ever had to battle a corkscrew, and lost? What's your favorite kind of corkscrew. Tell us your corkscrew stories, and we'll also talk about whether the screw cap will ultimately make this ancient tool irrelevant.
    #19: Monday, April 02 at 12:30 PM (ET)

    Unusual Food and Wine Matching

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    Wine goes with anything, right? What are some of the most unusual or creative matches you've come up with? Call them in!
    #18: Monday, March 26 at 12:30 PM (ET)

    Bordeaux QPR!

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    Some say the best wines in the world are from Bordeaux. Some say they aren't. The definitive answer probably won't be in this show, but the best part of getting there is the trip itself. Are there really affordable Bordeaux wines?
    #17: Monday, March 19 at 01:00 PM (ET)

    California Here We Come!

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    Robin Garr is leaving us for Italy, we're headed to California (virtually) to talk about the grapes and wines in the most visible wine-producing state of the USA.
    #16: Monday, March 19 at 12:30 PM (ET)

    California Here We Come, Part 2

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    Second half of the recorded show.
    #15: Monday, March 12 at 01:00 PM (ET)

    Spain

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    Everyone knows that as well as France, Italy produces many fine wines. A lesser-known fact is that Spanish wines can be truly superb! But what do we know about them? We interview Victor de la Serna about how he got into wine writing and how he came to become a winemaker.
    #14: Monday, March 05 at 12:52 PM (ET)

    Wine goes to Hollywood

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    Wine in movies and more recently, movies about wine is the topic this week. Also, Hollywood goes to wine: who are the stars and directors that are making wine? (Do we even care?)
    #13: Monday, February 26 at 01:00 PM (ET)

    Champagne!

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    Synonymous with celebration, Champagne (and other bubbly) is a drink for weddings, birthdays, promotions, holidays and... anytime. What makes the bubbles, how it is bottled and how to serve it are a few of the questions we address in this issue. Also some surprising news from England.
    #12: Monday, February 19 at 01:00 PM (ET)

    Beaune Appétit ! About Burgundy

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    Back from Beaune and a visit to a famous Chassagne-Montrachet with Burghound Allen Meadows. I spoke to Allen on the way to a wonderful dinner in Beaune and again the next day in Chassagne-Montrachet where we heroically tasted a lot of 2006. Then we had lunch with the Gagnard family and actually drank some wine. Here's a link to the Burgundy Tour that Lauriann talked about in the show
    #11: Monday, February 12 at 01:00 PM (ET)

    Languedoc-Roussillon, wine with friends, describing the taste

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    Wine and ancient Rome. The Languedoc, growing in popularity with its grape varieties and its wines. Syrah, the new star? Also, wine lovers often know the best places in their area to eat, purchase wine or just visit. Some of us travel thousand of miles to meet at offlines.
    #10: Monday, February 05 at 01:00 PM (ET)

    Food and Wine or Wine and Food?

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    White with fish, red with meat? Not necessarily. We'll give some examples of tuna and salmon dishes that go well with red wine. Compare your notes with ours. We talk about the Nez du Vin and the sense of smell and its relation to taste. How to deal with sommeliers in a restaurant.
    #9: Tuesday, January 30 at 01:00 PM (ET)

    Decoding Wine Labels

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    Mise en bouteille? Cépage? Join us, ask questions or just follow the discussion while we (painlessly) dissect the language of wine labels.
    #8: Tuesday, January 23 at 01:00 PM (ET)

    Wine Travel: does it broaden the mind?

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    Almost every travel destination has some wine-related places. Off the beaten path like the Canary Islands or on well-treaded ground like Napa, Bordeaux, the Loire Valley, Piedmont, there's always something to see and more importantly to eat and drink there.
    #7: Saturday, January 20 at 09:00 AM (ET)

    Store Interviews, what are they drinking?

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    We called stores in Los Angeles (Woodland Hills, actually), New York and Charlotte North Carolina to ask what folks in these regions are drinking.
    #6: Tuesday, January 16 at 01:00 PM (ET)

    About the evolving American palate

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    How have your tastes in wine (and perhaps food) evolved over the past few years? Have you moved your center of interest into new regions, or returned to old loves?
    #5: Friday, January 12 at 12:00 PM (ET)

    François Audouze on old wines

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    We ask François Audouze how he began his long history of wine enjoyment and how we can become like him!
    #4: Tuesday, January 09 at 01:00 PM (ET)

    Storage temperature, Tannat and the world in wine

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    We talk about storage temperatures in the cellar and the Tannat grape, France yes, but also Uruguay
    #3: Tuesday, January 02 at 01:00 PM (ET)

    Wine in the world

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    A quick look at wine-producing regions of the world, and there are some surprises here. Robin Garr shares his Thirty Second Wine Advisor. More about food and wine matching.
    #2: Sunday, December 31 at 01:00 PM (ET)

    New Year's Eve, what are you drinking?

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    More about discovering wine. And what are we eating and drinking tonight?
    #1: Saturday, December 30 at 01:00 PM (ET)

    German wines and French Rosé

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    David Bueker gives us a great report about German wines. Eve tells about French Rosé.
    More recordings - Eve's Wine Brands Blog

     

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