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Bellavista of Franciacorta

Simone Vizzari of Bellavista takes us through some of the Franciacorta area history and tells us the story about how sparkling wine production started there. You also get to hear about some of the different styles of Franciacorta and of the Bellavista house styles.

Franco Massolino

Franco Massolino talks to Heine Johansen about nebbiolo, Piemonte and Franco's native Barolo.

Simone Adams of Adams Wein in Rheinhessen

Simone Adams of Ingelheim in Rheinhessen talks to Heine Johansen about producing high quality pinot noir and chardonnay in Germany.

Kenny Likitprakong of Hobo Winery

Kenny Likitprakong of Hobo Winery and Folk Machine among others, talks to Heine Johansen about their rich catalogue of modern wine both on classical grapes and the more uncommon ones.

Jasmine Hirsch of Hirsch Vineyards

Jasmine Hirsch of Hirsch Vineyards talks to Morten Båtbukt.

Rajat Parr and Gavin Chanin

Rajat Parr and Gavin Chanin talks to Heine Johansen. They're both based in sunny California, and are known as some of the foremost classically styled pinot- and chardonnay producers there.

Dominik Sona of Koehler-Ruprecht

Dominik Sona, winemaker at legendary Pfalz winery Koehler-Ruprecht talks to Heine Johansen about the Pfalz region, about new trends, about their history in being one of the eldest wineries in Pfalz and about why they went out of the VDP to stick to the prädikatsystem.

Andreas Adam of A.J.Adam in Mosel

Andreas Adam talks to Heine Johansen about riesling, about the Mosel and wines from Piesport - and also a bit about the German systems of quality in wine.

Olek Bondonio of Barbaresco

Olek Bondonio talks to Heine Johansen of some of the challenges of Piemonte, of the traditional grapes of the region other than nebbiolo and barbera, and of some of the other places Olek would like to make wine.

Dirk Niepoort

Dirk Niepoort talks to Heine Johansen Dirk starting to make ordinary wine in an area before only thought for fortified wine, about making riesling in Germany, about the development of wine in Portugal and in Europe as a whole, and about tea!

Theo Zierock from Foradori

Theo Zierock is the son of legendary winemaker Elisabetta Foradori. Heine Johansen talks to him about the indigenous grapes of Trentino, of how it is to grow up with a mother winemaker and about some of the changes they are doing in their business.

Marco di Bartoli

Sebastiano di Bartoli talks to Heine Johansen about making wine in Sicily, about local grape varieties, Marsala and Passito di Pantelleria of which Marco di Bartoli is famous for. We also discuss som of the challenges of making wine on the sunny island.

Filipa Pato

Filipa Pato and her husband William Wouters talks to Morten Båtbukt about portugese wine, the Baga grape and rehabilitating vineyards of Bairrada.

Ray Nadeson from Lethbridge Wine

Ray Nadeson of Lethbridge Wines talks to Heine Johansen about transfering from scientist to winemaker, about being daring in making wine and about looking to new grapes to fit the south australian terroir.

Nelson Hernandez, Master Blender of Diplomatico Rum

Diplomatico with master blender Nelson Hernandez and Mikael Eskander, export manager for Europe talks to Heine Johansen about Diplomatico, and the making and ageing of rum

Mark Andrew MW of Noble Rot

Mark Andrew talks to Heine Johansen about greek wine and Noble Rot.

José Pariente

Enrique Garcia Arribas from José Pariente in Rueda talks to Heine Johansen.

Domaine William Fevre in Chablis

Samantha Luna of William Fevre is talking to Heine Johansen about Chablis.

Weingut Karl Haidle of Wurttemberg

Moritz Haidle of Weingut Karl Haidle in Wurttemberg, Germany talks to Heine Johansen about making wine in one of the lesser known regions of Germany, about hiphop and about surviving the zombie apocalypse as a winemaker.

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