People Of The Wine

People Of The Wine

By Joanna Snawder-Manzo
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Conversations with people who work in wine, in some regard, be it farming, making wine, selling it, writing about it, etc. Or people who are wine adjacent. Fans. Wine fans. Focus is on minimal intervention practices, both in the vineyard and in the winery. The purpose is to reveal their personal and professional trajectory into wine, how they got there, what they have learned, what they want people to know, or do. A true highlighting of some of the people of wine!
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Conversations with people who work in wine, in some regard, be it farming, making wine, selling it, writing about it, etc. Or people who are wine adjacent. Fans. Wine fans. Focus is on minimal intervention practices, both in the vineyard and in the winery. The purpose is to reveal their personal and professional trajectory into wine, how they got there, what they have learned, what they want people to know, or do. A true highlighting of some of the people of wine!
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A chat with John Locke, Co-founder & Winemaker at Birchino
How do you feel about Malvasia Bianca? Have you ever had one made by Birichino? Chances are, you would remember it if you had. Based in Santa Cruz, CA, they make many different wines ranging from still to sparkling, sourcing from old vines of many intriguing varieties. Listen to Co-founder and Winemaker John Locke discuss the roots of their company, their approach to making wine and a bit about his background. Naturally there is much wine discussion along the way. Cheers! Episode cover photo is of Enz Vineyard in the Cienega Valley of Hollister, CA by Alex Krause, Co-founder & Winemaker of Birichino 
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August 8, 2019
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