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Wine Women – Tawnya Falkner, Le Grand Courtage

Tawnya Falkner’s wine career went from zero to 200 m.p.h. in relative short order. Educated at the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA) and previously having co-founded two, still successfully operating firms, Strategic Development Solutions and Domus Development, Tawnya found initial success in real estate development and architecture. But […]

Wine Women – Jordan Kivelstadt

“New” was the buzz word for our show with Kivelstadt Cellars’ proprietor and “Wayward Son,” Jordan Kivelstadt. Getting back to in-person shows felt new to the hosts (as it had been more than a year since the last in-person show). Getting to enjoy Kivelstadt’s […]

Wine Women – Alison Kilmer, Wine Country 2.0

Food and wine pairings are a staple of wine country experiences and the home table. What if you felt left out of those choices? Wine Country 2.0 is all about bridging that gap. Most wineries would prefer not to turn away potential buyers and club members.

As the world turns […]

Wine Women – Focus on the Hosts

It’s a rare show when the hosts only have one another to talk to. (It was planned!) Often our curiosity is piqued by questions or conversation posed by the hosts to guests. But most of the time we never get to probe further to find out why a specific issue […]

Wine Women – Amy Troutmiller, Common Fuel Consulting

Amy Troutmiller, founder and CEO of Common Fuel Consulting, is a career beverage professional with experience spanning 25 years and multiple facets of the wine industry. She began her career in hotels and restaurants, working up to operations management and senior director roles with chef Eric Ripert, Kimpton […]

Wine Women – Cyndee Nelson, Gracious at Gracianna Winery

Cyndee Nelson had a lengthy career in radio production, which made us feel so lucky when she consented to be our wine news reporter on WWRH when we first began as a local radio show. She put together the most polished wine news reports, all the while serving as

Wine Women – Sensory Skills with Simone FM Spinner

“The most fun I’ve had on this podcast,” stated co-host Lisa Adams Walter. At least I think that’s what I caught as we wound up our session with Simone F.M. Spinner, author of “Denver Food: A Culinary Evolution,” and Certified Wine Sommelier, who has two more books on the […]

Wine Women – Jill Leone, Leone Wine Tours

Jill Leone loves sharing her knowledge of wine country with visitors—local and long distance. As owner of Leone Wine Tours, she revels in sharing her vast knowledge of wine country’s hidden gems with her clients. For many years now, Jill has provided personalized wine tours to clients […]

Wine Women – Talley Henry, Acre & One Acre Wines

Like many in the wine industry, Talley Henry came to the business from a completely different career as an attorney with Nixon Peabody in San Francisco and with the U.S. Navy. And while she didn’t grow up in the wine business, her husband did.

Mike Henry had the good fortune to […]

Wine Women – Lisa Saunders

Lisa Saunders is not only a stellar wine salesperson, but she also has loads of insights to the current (and future) wine market. (Tune in to hear them.) Our guest on today’s show not only shares her name with co-host Lisa Adams Walter*, but she also worked […]

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