Fri, 11 October 2013
For this episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jean-Louis Carbonnier, the Director of the Americas for one of the most esteemed Bordeaux château, Château Palmer and the owner of the communications firm Carbonnier Communications.
This is the first part of a two part conversation that you won’t want to miss. You may learn more about how Bordeaux really works from this conversation than from any book you can read, I know I did. In this installment, we talk about:
Stay tuned for next week’s episode when we discuss the 1855 Classification, it’s relevance today, and the nuts of bolt of how to make a wine as outstanding as Château Palmer.
Thanks to Jean-Louis! I look forward to hearing your thoughts on this conversation!
Wed, 10 July 2013
We released Loire Part 1 but it was so dense we needed a breather!
This week, we return with a short overview of the region, covering the eastern areas, including Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé, the most famous of the modern Loire regions.
Wed, 3 July 2013
We start parallel coverage of the Tour de France 2013. This time we cover Corsica and Provence, with mini overviews of the wines available in the regions through which the Tour is cycling!
Phill and Paul -- watch out! M.C. Ice and I have our own Tour commentary (does wine count as "doping?")!!
Stay tuned, we'll cover any regions where good wine is made!