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The Tasting Room With Justin Vajgert For Reininger Winery And Helix Wines

EThis week on The Tasting Room I’m talking with Justin Vajgert, National Brand Sales Manager, for the Reininger Winery and Helix Wines. Justin Vajgert Today Justin and I are talking about the Walla Walla area and its wine. Walla Walla officially became an American Viticulture Area in 1984 but it was settled by Italian immigrants in the 1850’s who realized its potential to grow grapes. Justin and I will be talking about Chuck Reininger the man behind the wines we are discussing today but first I want to give you a little background on my guest. Justin’s background is a similar journey of many guests I have the pleasure of talking with on the show. Justin grew up just outside of Chicago and relocated to the Walla Walla area in 2005 attending the Institute for Viticulture and Enology. Justin Vajgert worked the grape harvest in 2005 with Waterbrook Winery in Walla Walla. It was shortly thereafter that he joined forces with the Reininger Winery in November of 2005. Reininger Winery tas...

17 MIN2017 APR 24
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The Tasting Room With Justin Vajgert For Reininger Winery And Helix Wines

Rogue Creamery Cheese Monger Tom Van Voorhees on The Tasting Room

EWine Guy Mike Today on The Tasting Room I am going to introduce you to Tom Van Voorhees, Cheese Monger for The Rogue Creamy located in Central Point, Oregon. Live Stream The Tasting Room on KFGM 105.5 FM from 12:00 - 1:00MST right here;http://tunein.com/radio/KFGM---Missoula-Community-Radio-s288054/?utm_source=tiEmbed&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=s288054 Tom Van Voorhees Cheese Monger at Rogue Tom and his wife relocated to Oregon from New York 10 years ago so Tom couldbeginhiscareer as Cheese Monger at the Rogue Creamery. A Cheese Monger is the manager of the retail cheese department and they are responsible formanaging the cheese inventory, selecting the cheese menu, purchasing, receiving, storing, and development of the cheese ripening. Tom has been officially recognized as the top Cheese Monger in the United States. Tom and I have been friends for nearly 10 years now and I rely on him for cheese recommendations frequently. My catering company, Scratch Catering, serves Rogue Cr...

22 MIN2017 APR 10
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Rogue Creamery Cheese Monger Tom Van Voorhees on The Tasting Room

Toast To A Father's Day Celebration

EToday is Father’s Day and I thought it would be a great opportunity to pay homage to some of the men who are or were father’s, whom I have really respected and loved, and have made such an impression that they have impacted my life.President Lyndon B. Johnson issued the first presidential proclamation honoring fathers, designating the third Sunday in June as Father's Day in 1966. It was six years later, in 1972, when President Nixon made the day a permanent national holiday by signing it into law.I thought it would be fun to share a little of my life with you, of course let us not forget this show is all about wine. I put a great deal of thought into these men who have been important to me and thought about what wines that I have enjoyed recently that reminded me of these special men on Father’s Day.First I’ll talk about my dad, his name is Frederick. My dad grew up in a very poor family in Upstate New York, which is also where I grew up. My Dad’s life growing up was not easy, ...

7 MIN2015 JUN 22
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Toast To A Father's Day Celebration

Learn about Lambrusco on the Wine Time Radio Show with WineGuyMike

EThis show is brought to youby Express Imprint, click on the link below and check out theirCustom KoozieThis week on Wine Time Radio Show with WineGuyMike I’m talking about Lambrusco. Why you might ask? Because today, June 21st, is Lambrusco Day in Italy, and Lambrusco is one of the best wines to enjoy with food. Simple, fun, fizzy, refreshing, inexpensive, need I say more?Lambrusco is one of Italy’s most popular wines. Do you remember one of television’s most famous of tag lines “Riunite on Ice, That’s Nice”? Yes that’s right your Grandma’s Lambrusco, Riunite, is still claiming to be the biggest selling Italian wine in history here in the United States.RiuniteLambruscowas launched in the late 1960’s and what now seem like cheesy commercials ran on TV in the 70’s. Cheesy or not that famous tag line is one of the most memorable ever, at least for those of us old enough to remember. But the truth is this brand enjoyed one of the most well executed marketing campaigns ever. Th...

7 MIN2014 JUN 26
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Learn about Lambrusco on the Wine Time Radio Show with WineGuyMike

This Week on the WineGuyMike Radio Show A Tribute To Father's Day and My Dad

ESocial Media links;Today's Father's Day podcast, Special Father's and Special WinesYouTube; My YouTube channel of course is WineGuyMike or the actual URL link: http://www.youtube.com/user/WineGuyMike?feature=mhumFacebook;WineGuyMikeplease “like”Twitter;@WineGuyMikeplease follow meSleep City Missoulawww.SleepCity.comGeorges Distributingin Helena, Montana.Today is Father’s Day and I thought it would be a great opportunity to pay homage to some of the men who are or were father’s, whom I have really respected and loved, and have made such an impression that they have impacted my life.President Lyndon B. Johnson issued the first presidential proclamation honoring fathers, designating the third Sunday in June as Father's Day in 1966. It was six years later, in 1972, when President Nixon made the day a permanent national holiday by signing it into law.I thought it would be fun to share a little of my life with you, of course let us not forget this show is all about wine. I put a great...

7 MIN2014 JUN 16
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This Week on the WineGuyMike Radio Show A Tribute To Father's Day and My Dad

Old World or New World What’s Your Wine Style? This Week on the WineGuyMike Radio Show

EGood Sunday morning and welcome to the WineGuyMike Radio Show. It’s 2014 and I’m ready to rock this year’s vintage with you. Together we are going to take a new approach and a new look at great wines that I can’t wait to share with you.Pick up your empty glass and hold it up to the sky as you look out the window. Imagine the beautiful color of your favorite wine adorning the glass, bend your elbow and pull the glass close and tip your nose deep into the glass. Breathe deeply and imagine the wildest exotic aromas of your favorite wine rising from the juice in your glass. Lower the glass to your lips, tilt your head gently back and take an imaginary sip of the finest wine you have ever tasted. Swish the wine all about as it invigorates your palate. Swallow the liquid nectar and imagine The Trail that it has left behind, the finish of the best wine you have ever tasted. It lingers on your palate just like a song you hear on the radio and then it is stuck in your head. You play it o...

5 MIN2014 JAN 27
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Old World or New World What’s Your Wine Style? This Week on the WineGuyMike Radio Show

Dessert and Aperitif Wine on Wine Time with WineGuyMike

EI’m frequently asked; Mike I like to drink dry or crisp wines but I never seem to like aperitif or dessert wines. Can you recommend how I might approach these types of wines?There are some naturally sweet grape varietals such as Muscat, Huxelrebe, and Ortega that are used to produce sweet wines. The Sweetness of these particular varietals is enhanced by pruning techniques – eliminating bunches of grapes on the vines to concentrate sugar and flavor.There are a few techniques that are used to produce sweet wines as well. One winemaking technique that is used is Chaptalization. This is when sugar or honey is added prior to fermentation process. Süssreserve is a German technique of winemaking that adds grape juice to the wine after fermentation has been completed.Today though we will be focusing on Icewine, a winemaking style where grapes are naturally frozen on the vine, harvested during the middle of the night or early morningand pressed in the extreme cold to separate the juice fr...

6 MIN2014 JAN 12
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Dessert and Aperitif Wine on Wine Time with WineGuyMike

This Week on the WineGuyMike Radio Show Champagne and Sparkling Wines, “All You Need To Know”

EThis week WineGuyMikewrites all about allthings bubbly for your New Year Celebration and understanding the differences between Champagne, Sparkling Wine, Cava, Prosecco, and Spumante. In this post I am also suggesting sparkling wines in a variety of price ranges that offer the consumer value.What is the difference between Champagne and Sparkling wine? Sparkling wines and champagne are still wines that have been infused with carbonation.True Champagne is made in France will be noted by the capital letter “C”on the label. Other sparkling wines called Champagne will by designated as “champagne”, notice no capitalization. Three grapes are used in Champagne,Pinot Meunier,Pinot Noir, andChardonnay. It’s white because only the juice of the grapes is used.The four methods of Sparkling wine production:1.Carbon Dioxide Injection– soft drinks and inexpensive sparkling wines are produced using this method. It produces large bubbles that dissipate quickly.2.Charmat Process– wine undergoes...

7 MIN2013 DEC 30
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This Week on the WineGuyMike Radio Show Champagne and Sparkling Wines, “All You Need To Know”

Kingston Family Vineyards on the WineGuyMike Radio Show

EJoin melive for Wine Time with WineGuyMike on ABC Montana. Wine Time airsbi-monthly on Friday'sduring the 5:30PM news cast. The next feature airs on 12/20/2013.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vKSytzeTVEThis week on Wine Time with WineGuyMike on ABC Montana TV learn about Kingston Family Vineyards in the Casablanca Valley of Chile.Courtney Kingston is the owner of Kingston Family Vineyards in the Casablanca Valley of Chile. Kingston was a past guest on the WineGuyMike Radio Show and Mike had a chance to sit down with Courtney on Wine Time and find out what’s new at her family vineyards and most importantly talk about her family’s wines.This is a story of sustainability and it was at Stanford while completing her graduate studies that she solved an age old problem; how to sustain a ranch beyond 3 generations. Kingston’s answer, plant grapes to sell to other wine producers and use 10% of the premium harvest to produce wines under the Kingston Family Vineyards label.Kingston’s gran...

20 MIN2013 DEC 9
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Kingston Family Vineyards on the WineGuyMike Radio Show

Wine Time with WineGuyMike - Kingston Family Vineyards from the Casablanca Valley of Chile

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20 MIN2013 SEP 30
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Wine Time with WineGuyMike - Kingston Family Vineyards from the Casablanca Valley of Chile
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Latest Episodes

The Tasting Room With Justin Vajgert For Reininger Winery And Helix Wines

EThis week on The Tasting Room I’m talking with Justin Vajgert, National Brand Sales Manager, for the Reininger Winery and Helix Wines. Justin Vajgert Today Justin and I are talking about the Walla Walla area and its wine. Walla Walla officially became an American Viticulture Area in 1984 but it was settled by Italian immigrants in the 1850’s who realized its potential to grow grapes. Justin and I will be talking about Chuck Reininger the man behind the wines we are discussing today but first I want to give you a little background on my guest. Justin’s background is a similar journey of many guests I have the pleasure of talking with on the show. Justin grew up just outside of Chicago and relocated to the Walla Walla area in 2005 attending the Institute for Viticulture and Enology. Justin Vajgert worked the grape harvest in 2005 with Waterbrook Winery in Walla Walla. It was shortly thereafter that he joined forces with the Reininger Winery in November of 2005. Reininger Winery tas...

17 MIN2017 APR 24
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The Tasting Room With Justin Vajgert For Reininger Winery And Helix Wines

Rogue Creamery Cheese Monger Tom Van Voorhees on The Tasting Room

EWine Guy Mike Today on The Tasting Room I am going to introduce you to Tom Van Voorhees, Cheese Monger for The Rogue Creamy located in Central Point, Oregon. Live Stream The Tasting Room on KFGM 105.5 FM from 12:00 - 1:00MST right here;http://tunein.com/radio/KFGM---Missoula-Community-Radio-s288054/?utm_source=tiEmbed&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=s288054 Tom Van Voorhees Cheese Monger at Rogue Tom and his wife relocated to Oregon from New York 10 years ago so Tom couldbeginhiscareer as Cheese Monger at the Rogue Creamery. A Cheese Monger is the manager of the retail cheese department and they are responsible formanaging the cheese inventory, selecting the cheese menu, purchasing, receiving, storing, and development of the cheese ripening. Tom has been officially recognized as the top Cheese Monger in the United States. Tom and I have been friends for nearly 10 years now and I rely on him for cheese recommendations frequently. My catering company, Scratch Catering, serves Rogue Cr...

22 MIN2017 APR 10
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Rogue Creamery Cheese Monger Tom Van Voorhees on The Tasting Room

Toast To A Father's Day Celebration

EToday is Father’s Day and I thought it would be a great opportunity to pay homage to some of the men who are or were father’s, whom I have really respected and loved, and have made such an impression that they have impacted my life.President Lyndon B. Johnson issued the first presidential proclamation honoring fathers, designating the third Sunday in June as Father's Day in 1966. It was six years later, in 1972, when President Nixon made the day a permanent national holiday by signing it into law.I thought it would be fun to share a little of my life with you, of course let us not forget this show is all about wine. I put a great deal of thought into these men who have been important to me and thought about what wines that I have enjoyed recently that reminded me of these special men on Father’s Day.First I’ll talk about my dad, his name is Frederick. My dad grew up in a very poor family in Upstate New York, which is also where I grew up. My Dad’s life growing up was not easy, ...

7 MIN2015 JUN 22
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Toast To A Father's Day Celebration

Learn about Lambrusco on the Wine Time Radio Show with WineGuyMike

EThis show is brought to youby Express Imprint, click on the link below and check out theirCustom KoozieThis week on Wine Time Radio Show with WineGuyMike I’m talking about Lambrusco. Why you might ask? Because today, June 21st, is Lambrusco Day in Italy, and Lambrusco is one of the best wines to enjoy with food. Simple, fun, fizzy, refreshing, inexpensive, need I say more?Lambrusco is one of Italy’s most popular wines. Do you remember one of television’s most famous of tag lines “Riunite on Ice, That’s Nice”? Yes that’s right your Grandma’s Lambrusco, Riunite, is still claiming to be the biggest selling Italian wine in history here in the United States.RiuniteLambruscowas launched in the late 1960’s and what now seem like cheesy commercials ran on TV in the 70’s. Cheesy or not that famous tag line is one of the most memorable ever, at least for those of us old enough to remember. But the truth is this brand enjoyed one of the most well executed marketing campaigns ever. Th...

7 MIN2014 JUN 26
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Learn about Lambrusco on the Wine Time Radio Show with WineGuyMike

This Week on the WineGuyMike Radio Show A Tribute To Father's Day and My Dad

ESocial Media links;Today's Father's Day podcast, Special Father's and Special WinesYouTube; My YouTube channel of course is WineGuyMike or the actual URL link: http://www.youtube.com/user/WineGuyMike?feature=mhumFacebook;WineGuyMikeplease “like”Twitter;@WineGuyMikeplease follow meSleep City Missoulawww.SleepCity.comGeorges Distributingin Helena, Montana.Today is Father’s Day and I thought it would be a great opportunity to pay homage to some of the men who are or were father’s, whom I have really respected and loved, and have made such an impression that they have impacted my life.President Lyndon B. Johnson issued the first presidential proclamation honoring fathers, designating the third Sunday in June as Father's Day in 1966. It was six years later, in 1972, when President Nixon made the day a permanent national holiday by signing it into law.I thought it would be fun to share a little of my life with you, of course let us not forget this show is all about wine. I put a great...

7 MIN2014 JUN 16
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This Week on the WineGuyMike Radio Show A Tribute To Father's Day and My Dad

Old World or New World What’s Your Wine Style? This Week on the WineGuyMike Radio Show

EGood Sunday morning and welcome to the WineGuyMike Radio Show. It’s 2014 and I’m ready to rock this year’s vintage with you. Together we are going to take a new approach and a new look at great wines that I can’t wait to share with you.Pick up your empty glass and hold it up to the sky as you look out the window. Imagine the beautiful color of your favorite wine adorning the glass, bend your elbow and pull the glass close and tip your nose deep into the glass. Breathe deeply and imagine the wildest exotic aromas of your favorite wine rising from the juice in your glass. Lower the glass to your lips, tilt your head gently back and take an imaginary sip of the finest wine you have ever tasted. Swish the wine all about as it invigorates your palate. Swallow the liquid nectar and imagine The Trail that it has left behind, the finish of the best wine you have ever tasted. It lingers on your palate just like a song you hear on the radio and then it is stuck in your head. You play it o...

5 MIN2014 JAN 27
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Old World or New World What’s Your Wine Style? This Week on the WineGuyMike Radio Show

Dessert and Aperitif Wine on Wine Time with WineGuyMike

EI’m frequently asked; Mike I like to drink dry or crisp wines but I never seem to like aperitif or dessert wines. Can you recommend how I might approach these types of wines?There are some naturally sweet grape varietals such as Muscat, Huxelrebe, and Ortega that are used to produce sweet wines. The Sweetness of these particular varietals is enhanced by pruning techniques – eliminating bunches of grapes on the vines to concentrate sugar and flavor.There are a few techniques that are used to produce sweet wines as well. One winemaking technique that is used is Chaptalization. This is when sugar or honey is added prior to fermentation process. Süssreserve is a German technique of winemaking that adds grape juice to the wine after fermentation has been completed.Today though we will be focusing on Icewine, a winemaking style where grapes are naturally frozen on the vine, harvested during the middle of the night or early morningand pressed in the extreme cold to separate the juice fr...

6 MIN2014 JAN 12
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Dessert and Aperitif Wine on Wine Time with WineGuyMike

This Week on the WineGuyMike Radio Show Champagne and Sparkling Wines, “All You Need To Know”

EThis week WineGuyMikewrites all about allthings bubbly for your New Year Celebration and understanding the differences between Champagne, Sparkling Wine, Cava, Prosecco, and Spumante. In this post I am also suggesting sparkling wines in a variety of price ranges that offer the consumer value.What is the difference between Champagne and Sparkling wine? Sparkling wines and champagne are still wines that have been infused with carbonation.True Champagne is made in France will be noted by the capital letter “C”on the label. Other sparkling wines called Champagne will by designated as “champagne”, notice no capitalization. Three grapes are used in Champagne,Pinot Meunier,Pinot Noir, andChardonnay. It’s white because only the juice of the grapes is used.The four methods of Sparkling wine production:1.Carbon Dioxide Injection– soft drinks and inexpensive sparkling wines are produced using this method. It produces large bubbles that dissipate quickly.2.Charmat Process– wine undergoes...

7 MIN2013 DEC 30
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This Week on the WineGuyMike Radio Show Champagne and Sparkling Wines, “All You Need To Know”

Kingston Family Vineyards on the WineGuyMike Radio Show

EJoin melive for Wine Time with WineGuyMike on ABC Montana. Wine Time airsbi-monthly on Friday'sduring the 5:30PM news cast. The next feature airs on 12/20/2013.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vKSytzeTVEThis week on Wine Time with WineGuyMike on ABC Montana TV learn about Kingston Family Vineyards in the Casablanca Valley of Chile.Courtney Kingston is the owner of Kingston Family Vineyards in the Casablanca Valley of Chile. Kingston was a past guest on the WineGuyMike Radio Show and Mike had a chance to sit down with Courtney on Wine Time and find out what’s new at her family vineyards and most importantly talk about her family’s wines.This is a story of sustainability and it was at Stanford while completing her graduate studies that she solved an age old problem; how to sustain a ranch beyond 3 generations. Kingston’s answer, plant grapes to sell to other wine producers and use 10% of the premium harvest to produce wines under the Kingston Family Vineyards label.Kingston’s gran...

20 MIN2013 DEC 9
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Kingston Family Vineyards on the WineGuyMike Radio Show

Wine Time with WineGuyMike - Kingston Family Vineyards from the Casablanca Valley of Chile

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20 MIN2013 SEP 30
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Wine Time with WineGuyMike - Kingston Family Vineyards from the Casablanca Valley of Chile
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