Podcasting from the Epicenter of organic grape farming and wine making, Winery Sixteen600, the guys sit down with Phil Coturri for a truly fascinating conversation.
The guys sit down for a real life look at being a Master Sommelier with the star of first Somm movie, Ian Cauble.
Co-founder of SommSelect Wines, Ian talks all things wine and life after the movies…which sounds pretty damn good.
Garrett Sathrelays out his Manifesto on Valley wineries and it’s another awesome marketing lesson in the making. Seriously, where’s the love from the wineries? When did it go out of style to be genuine?
The guys head north to talk with Barry Herbst, ‘Head-Guy-In-Charge’ at Bottle Barn, Santa Rosa. You know you’re in the right business when so many of the Wine Folks in NorCal buy their wine, beer and more from your choice of 6000skus. Gotta love the French and Italian 6 packs-to-go on line too.
The guys podcast from the Atmospheric River covering most of Northern California. John answers a couple of email questions from Nakedwines.com and thinks he’s an expert. Sam wants Cannabis AVAs’. No Roundup! Sam’s new Kosher wine. The Sonoma Index Tribune photographer takes our photos for the paper. Enjoy.
Roaming the world and looking for an Idle Moment, Ben Larks is one of the more colorful people in the California wine world. Enjoy one of our most entertaining interviews as we talk the ying and yang of life as micro-winery entrepreneur. Join the Idle Movement!
This week The Wine Makers go “on the road” to Victor, a small town near Lodi, Ca. to meet with Tegan Passalacqua. Most people will know Tegan as the wine maker for Turley Wine Cellars, but he has another, small brand called Sandlands that gets a lot of attention from people “in the know”. […]
The guys are back for the New Year and bring you one of the most fascinating talks with anyone in the wine business, Tim Wallace, former President of Benziger Family Wines and currently the Executive in Residence at Sonoma State Wine Business Institute. This show is literally worth thousands of dollars in wine marketing […]
We hope your holidays are excellent and filled with great wine. Listen now to find out how to win a limited-edition Sixteen600 tie-dyed T-shirt! We’re back Jan. 4, 2019
Bart and Brian take a road trip to West Sacramento and sit down with Craig Haarmeyer, owner-winemaker Haarmeyer Wine Cellars. Sacramento terroir is the focus. He makes small batches of Chenin Blanc, Nebbiolo, Mataro, Syrah and Zin, their purity and soul shine through, winemaking at its finest from a historic warehouse facility. Thoughtful and […]