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Northwest Wine Radio

Wine Should be Fun! Northwest Wine Radio is a weekly, hour-long show broadcast on radio stations across the Pacific Northwest. Not your typical wine show, Northwest Wine Radio features interviews with the winemakers, brewers, distillers, and cider makers to get the fun stories behind the bottle. No technical talking here; we're sharing real stories about the real people in the industry. Grab a glass of your favorite and tune in for fun stories, food pairing suggestions, news about upcoming events...all without the attitude! Host Brian Calvert and his team present a different kind of wine show: Light, fun, informal, yet informative and relevant to anyone who drinks local and supports local producers. Again, this show celebrates an entire industry of producers who make fantastic products right here in our own backyard. More information: NorthwestWineRadio.com
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Now displaying: April, 2017
Apr 24, 2017

(Episode Title translated:  How About Some Spanish Wine?)

You love drinking wine, and most of us are pretty familiar with the Italian and French styles.  Doug McCrea of Salida Wines stops by to tell us more about Spanish wines, and why you should have a glass soon!

Pam Walden of Willful Wine Company of Portland shares her story, and her "will" to make good wine out of some interesting circumstances.  Plus, Dave Takush and Nicole Martin of 2 Towns Cider House explain their product, and their name (hint: think Ducks and Beavers).

 

Apr 10, 2017

Welcome to William Church, where you're welcome to attend any day of the week.  Leslie Balsley and Noah Fox Reed stop by to share the story behind this unique winery in Woodinville.

Have you ever wondered how in the world a restaurant selects wine?  Julie Johnson, Cellar Master at The Resort at Port Ludlow stops by to share some secrets, and as well as a few tips for wine and food pairing.

And it's the distillery that got it's name from a fly fishing trip.  Don Poffenroth joins us with that story and the other fun factoids behind Spokane's famous Dry Fly Distillery.

 

Apr 3, 2017

This week, we'll meet Russ & Stacie Hamilton from Hamilton Cellars who tell us what it takes to stay married while making wine.  "Do what she tells me," is basically how Russ answers!

And while what's inside the bottle is important, how you market your wine is also important.  Thomas Voegel from Zero One Vintners stops by to talk about marketing strategy and how he gets his wine to 20 states.

Plus, our friend Sandra Lee from Woodinville Wine Country stops by to tell us about a really fun wine auction coming in May, and how you can be a part of it.

 

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