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Wine podcasts by Wine Scholar Guild interviewing internationally-renowned wine experts

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Timothy Magnus on Bourgogne wines

Timothy Magnus, of Magnus Vinum in Zurich, is a Bourgogne Wines Official Ambassador, a Weinakademiker, and holds the WSET Diploma in Wine Spirits. He will be teaching the Wine Scholar Guild’s first ever Master-Level Intensive in Beaune in May 2020. His genuine passion for the appellations, crus, and communes, as well as appreciation for the differences between them, is a touchstone in his professional life as an educator and importer. While explaining strategies for choosing a Bourgogne wine for various budgets, Timothy explains how, “there’s life beyond Mersault and Puligny Montrachet” and why there’s a Fixin revival of sorts. Finally, we learn how the Beaune intensive is different from, as well as complimentary to, the Wine Scholar Guild’s current Bourgogne Master-Level online course. Timothy believes the fully immersive environment in the region, a combination of classroom, wine tasting, and walking the vineyards, makes the multi-dimensional learning experience key to understanding one of the world’s most complex wine regions. Produced by Valerie Caruso, DWS, CWE, FWS

-1 s2019 DEC 11
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Timothy Magnus on Bourgogne wines

Pascaline Lepeltier MS on the Loire, MOF, Pet-Nats so much more!

Master Sommelier Pascaline Lepeltier is the first and only woman awarded both the Meilleur Ouvrier de France in the sommelier category, and the best sommelier in France. In this episode of the Wine Scholar Guild podcast she talks about the honor of winning MOF competition, Pét-Nats, wine making, blind tasting, the Loire, and much more. She also gives us a preview of the new Loire Master-Level course launching in Fall 2019.

-1 s2019 JUN 20
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Pascaline Lepeltier MS on the Loire, MOF, Pet-Nats so much more!

Steven Spurrier on Académie du Vin Library, English Wine more

Steven Spurrier, Consultant Editor for Decanter, joined the Wine Scholar Guild for a chat on his new Academie du Vin Library, named for France’s first private wine school that he opened in Paris in 1973. Through this venture he’s reviving classic pieces of wine literature from the past, bring them into the present for future enjoyment. In this interview he offers perspective on the cultural aspect of wine writing and the relationship of writing to not only learning about - but the enjoyment of - wine. The Academie du Vin Library will also be commissioning some new works by contemporary wine writers. He also shares some behind-the-scenes information on his Bride Valley Brut from his vines in Dorset. Being that he’s the mastermind behind the historic 1976 blind wine tasting that became known as the Judgement of Paris we had to ask: will there be a Judgement of Dorset?

-1 s2019 MAY 16
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Steven Spurrier on Académie du Vin Library, English Wine more

Julien Camus on Wine Scholar Guild: behind the scenes

Founder and President of the Wine Scholar Guild, Julien Camus, talks about the roots of the Wine Scholar Guild, running the organization from his home in Alsace. He also gives a peek at some exciting future projects. We don't often get to hear from Julien, so this is a rare opportunity to hear about the evolution of the Wine Scholar Guild and the creativity behind the scenes. Produced by Valerie Caruso, DWS, CWE, FWS

-1 s2019 MAR 26
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Julien Camus on Wine Scholar Guild: behind the scenes

Andrew Jefford on Wine Education, Wine Writing, the Business of Wine, and a Fresh Look at the Loire

Award-winning author and columnist for Decanter Magazine and World of Fine Wine Andrew Jefford has joined the Wine Scholar Guild team as Academic Advisor in addition to his existing roles as seminar and immersion trip leader. How do all these diverse roles compliment each other? In this episode of the Wine Scholar Guild podcast we are treated Andrew’s very personal perspectives on wine learning, wine writing, and why we must continually adjust the lens through which we view wine as we progress in our studies. This is a philosophical deep-dive into a variety of aspects of the business of wine and the human and technological influences. In addition to getting to know Andrew better, and what he has in common with Wine Scholar Guild students, this somewhat “decanted episode previews the new Loire Master-Level program on deck for later this year. We sincerely hope you enjoy this conversation as much as we did.

-1 s2019 FEB 27
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Andrew Jefford on Wine Education, Wine Writing, the Business of Wine, and a Fresh Look at the Loire

Ciro Pirone on Italian Sparkling Wine

Ciro Pirone is the Director of Italian Wines for Horizon Beverage Group and will be teaching the next online Italian Wine Scholar course beginning in January. In under 30 minutes Ciro gives us the fascinating history of Italian sparkling wine production, and discusses key points on the spumante wines of Alta Langa. We also learn about the main grapes and styles of Lambrusco, and learn important distinctions between Asti DOCG and Moscato d’Asti DOCG

-1 s2019 JAN 14
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Ciro Pirone on Italian Sparkling Wine

Lisa Airey on Change is on the horizon in the Rhone

Wine Scholar Guild's Education Director Lisa Airey speaks to events in the past that have shaped some of the regions. At the same time, she brings us up to date with newer developments in the Rhone and their impact on the wines. While some aspects of the region are immutable, such as the limestone soils, there are discernible changes in growing and winemaking that speak to a new era, as well as a return to the ancient, all in the name of holding on to the present and safeguarding the region's future. Produced by Valerie Caruso, DWS, CWE, FWS

-1 s2019 JAN 8
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Lisa Airey on Change is on the horizon in the Rhone

Andrew Jefford on Burgundy’s “Terroir Dreamland”

Decanter’s Andrew Jefford talks with us about Burgundy’s “Terroir Dreamland” or the Côte d’Or. We talk technical differences between the terms climat and lieu-dit, chat climate change, and ponder the potential impact of escalating property values on the future of the region. In addition to Decanter, Andrew writes for World of Fine Wine and Financial Times. He is also an esteemed webinar presenter for the Wine Scholar Guild and an immersion trip leader. Produced by Valerie Caruso, DWS, CWE, FWS

-1 s2018 NOV 15
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Andrew Jefford on Burgundy’s “Terroir Dreamland”

Peter Liem on Champagne Terroir - There's More to the Story

Peter Liem talks with us about the progressive movement in Champagne. As we’ll discover in this conversation, there’s more to the terroir story than the chalk soils and the weather. Peter is one of the esteemed guest instructors of the Wine Scholar Guild's Champagne Master-Level program. He was the senior correspondent for Wine and Spirits, the Champagne consultant for the vaunted The World Atlas of Wine (7th Edition) by Hugh Johnson and Jancis Robinson; publisher of the award-winning ChampagneGuide.net, and his latest book is the James Beard Award winning Champagne: The essential guide to the wine producers and terroirs of the iconic region. He splits his time between New York and Champagne. Produced by Valerie Caruso, DWS, CWE, FWS

-1 s2018 OCT 25
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Peter Liem on Champagne Terroir - There's More to the Story

Rick Fisher on Sherry and the SWS Program

In this episode, we are chatting with Rick Fisher, Spanish Wine Scholar Education Director, about Sherry styles and getting a behind-the-scenes peek at the forthcoming Spanish Wine Scholar Program.

-1 s2018 OCT 12
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Rick Fisher on Sherry and the SWS Program

Latest Episodes

Timothy Magnus on Bourgogne wines

Timothy Magnus, of Magnus Vinum in Zurich, is a Bourgogne Wines Official Ambassador, a Weinakademiker, and holds the WSET Diploma in Wine Spirits. He will be teaching the Wine Scholar Guild’s first ever Master-Level Intensive in Beaune in May 2020. His genuine passion for the appellations, crus, and communes, as well as appreciation for the differences between them, is a touchstone in his professional life as an educator and importer. While explaining strategies for choosing a Bourgogne wine for various budgets, Timothy explains how, “there’s life beyond Mersault and Puligny Montrachet” and why there’s a Fixin revival of sorts. Finally, we learn how the Beaune intensive is different from, as well as complimentary to, the Wine Scholar Guild’s current Bourgogne Master-Level online course. Timothy believes the fully immersive environment in the region, a combination of classroom, wine tasting, and walking the vineyards, makes the multi-dimensional learning experience key to understanding one of the world’s most complex wine regions. Produced by Valerie Caruso, DWS, CWE, FWS

-1 s2019 DEC 11
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Timothy Magnus on Bourgogne wines

Pascaline Lepeltier MS on the Loire, MOF, Pet-Nats so much more!

Master Sommelier Pascaline Lepeltier is the first and only woman awarded both the Meilleur Ouvrier de France in the sommelier category, and the best sommelier in France. In this episode of the Wine Scholar Guild podcast she talks about the honor of winning MOF competition, Pét-Nats, wine making, blind tasting, the Loire, and much more. She also gives us a preview of the new Loire Master-Level course launching in Fall 2019.

-1 s2019 JUN 20
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Pascaline Lepeltier MS on the Loire, MOF, Pet-Nats so much more!

Steven Spurrier on Académie du Vin Library, English Wine more

Steven Spurrier, Consultant Editor for Decanter, joined the Wine Scholar Guild for a chat on his new Academie du Vin Library, named for France’s first private wine school that he opened in Paris in 1973. Through this venture he’s reviving classic pieces of wine literature from the past, bring them into the present for future enjoyment. In this interview he offers perspective on the cultural aspect of wine writing and the relationship of writing to not only learning about - but the enjoyment of - wine. The Academie du Vin Library will also be commissioning some new works by contemporary wine writers. He also shares some behind-the-scenes information on his Bride Valley Brut from his vines in Dorset. Being that he’s the mastermind behind the historic 1976 blind wine tasting that became known as the Judgement of Paris we had to ask: will there be a Judgement of Dorset?

-1 s2019 MAY 16
Comments
Steven Spurrier on Académie du Vin Library, English Wine more

Julien Camus on Wine Scholar Guild: behind the scenes

Founder and President of the Wine Scholar Guild, Julien Camus, talks about the roots of the Wine Scholar Guild, running the organization from his home in Alsace. He also gives a peek at some exciting future projects. We don't often get to hear from Julien, so this is a rare opportunity to hear about the evolution of the Wine Scholar Guild and the creativity behind the scenes. Produced by Valerie Caruso, DWS, CWE, FWS

-1 s2019 MAR 26
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Julien Camus on Wine Scholar Guild: behind the scenes

Andrew Jefford on Wine Education, Wine Writing, the Business of Wine, and a Fresh Look at the Loire

Award-winning author and columnist for Decanter Magazine and World of Fine Wine Andrew Jefford has joined the Wine Scholar Guild team as Academic Advisor in addition to his existing roles as seminar and immersion trip leader. How do all these diverse roles compliment each other? In this episode of the Wine Scholar Guild podcast we are treated Andrew’s very personal perspectives on wine learning, wine writing, and why we must continually adjust the lens through which we view wine as we progress in our studies. This is a philosophical deep-dive into a variety of aspects of the business of wine and the human and technological influences. In addition to getting to know Andrew better, and what he has in common with Wine Scholar Guild students, this somewhat “decanted episode previews the new Loire Master-Level program on deck for later this year. We sincerely hope you enjoy this conversation as much as we did.

-1 s2019 FEB 27
Comments
Andrew Jefford on Wine Education, Wine Writing, the Business of Wine, and a Fresh Look at the Loire

Ciro Pirone on Italian Sparkling Wine

Ciro Pirone is the Director of Italian Wines for Horizon Beverage Group and will be teaching the next online Italian Wine Scholar course beginning in January. In under 30 minutes Ciro gives us the fascinating history of Italian sparkling wine production, and discusses key points on the spumante wines of Alta Langa. We also learn about the main grapes and styles of Lambrusco, and learn important distinctions between Asti DOCG and Moscato d’Asti DOCG

-1 s2019 JAN 14
Comments
Ciro Pirone on Italian Sparkling Wine

Lisa Airey on Change is on the horizon in the Rhone

Wine Scholar Guild's Education Director Lisa Airey speaks to events in the past that have shaped some of the regions. At the same time, she brings us up to date with newer developments in the Rhone and their impact on the wines. While some aspects of the region are immutable, such as the limestone soils, there are discernible changes in growing and winemaking that speak to a new era, as well as a return to the ancient, all in the name of holding on to the present and safeguarding the region's future. Produced by Valerie Caruso, DWS, CWE, FWS

-1 s2019 JAN 8
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Lisa Airey on Change is on the horizon in the Rhone

Andrew Jefford on Burgundy’s “Terroir Dreamland”

Decanter’s Andrew Jefford talks with us about Burgundy’s “Terroir Dreamland” or the Côte d’Or. We talk technical differences between the terms climat and lieu-dit, chat climate change, and ponder the potential impact of escalating property values on the future of the region. In addition to Decanter, Andrew writes for World of Fine Wine and Financial Times. He is also an esteemed webinar presenter for the Wine Scholar Guild and an immersion trip leader. Produced by Valerie Caruso, DWS, CWE, FWS

-1 s2018 NOV 15
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Andrew Jefford on Burgundy’s “Terroir Dreamland”

Peter Liem on Champagne Terroir - There's More to the Story

Peter Liem talks with us about the progressive movement in Champagne. As we’ll discover in this conversation, there’s more to the terroir story than the chalk soils and the weather. Peter is one of the esteemed guest instructors of the Wine Scholar Guild's Champagne Master-Level program. He was the senior correspondent for Wine and Spirits, the Champagne consultant for the vaunted The World Atlas of Wine (7th Edition) by Hugh Johnson and Jancis Robinson; publisher of the award-winning ChampagneGuide.net, and his latest book is the James Beard Award winning Champagne: The essential guide to the wine producers and terroirs of the iconic region. He splits his time between New York and Champagne. Produced by Valerie Caruso, DWS, CWE, FWS

-1 s2018 OCT 25
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Peter Liem on Champagne Terroir - There's More to the Story

Rick Fisher on Sherry and the SWS Program

In this episode, we are chatting with Rick Fisher, Spanish Wine Scholar Education Director, about Sherry styles and getting a behind-the-scenes peek at the forthcoming Spanish Wine Scholar Program.

-1 s2018 OCT 12
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Rick Fisher on Sherry and the SWS Program
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