The Best 5 Minute Wine Podcast is a weekly podcast by Forrest Kelly exploring wineries around the world. We take 5 minutes and give you wine conversation starters and travel destinations. In addition, you'll hear candid interviews from those shaping the wine field. Join us as we become inspired by their search for extraordinary wine and wineries.
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COO Barry Hus of Lakeridge Winery and Vineyards explains the impressive details of Florida's largest winery.
Whether it's food, cars, or houses, we're always looking for that wow factor. I still remember seeing my wife the first time in her wedding dress. So when people come up to your winery, can you tell me your wow factor? It's a big property. I think people are very surprised, first of all, that it's hilly. And when they pull into the property, it's kind of a https://www.thespruce...
https://www.myflorida.com/ (Florida )started in the wine industry back in the early days when the settlers came over here. They discovered that these Muscadine grapes were here in https://www.myflorida.com/ (Florida), so they tried to make wine out of them didn't particularly like the flavor of it. They went ahead and brought over their own varieties from Europe. At one time, there were thousands of acres of grapes here in Florida. But they discovered that in this climate, they wouldn't grow...
We continue our conversation with Katherine Lautenbach. The Black Mesa is a mesa in Colorado, New Mexico, and Oklahoma. It's been known as a geological wonder of North America. With that award comes a lot of responsibility in the name Black Mesa Winery. Let's get into some of the wines that you produce.
Something big happened in 2020 at Clearwater Canyon Cellars. "Well, for the week of March 20th, we were announced as the Pacific Northwest Winery of the Year by Winepress Northwest, which wines northwest is like our Wine Spectator of the Northwest. Never in their history announced a Pacific Northwest winery of the year from Idaho. So Idaho had finally done it."
- Coco Umiker, Winemaker and Co-Owner of Clearwater Canyon Cellars