An interview is a conversation between two people (the interviewer and the interviewee) where questions are asked by the interviewer to obtain information from the interviewee.
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    • Todd Crowell of Spicewood Vineyards Winemaker Profile

      Todd Crowell Todd Crowell is the winemaker at Spicewood Vineyards in Spicewood, Texas. He started at Spicewood Vineyards over two years ago along with an impressive winemaking background. We asked Todd Crowell about his background and his philosophy of winemaking. What did you do before becoming a winemaker (if anything)? I have been involved in wine production my entire professional career.

      Jeff Cope/ Texas Wine Lover- 9 readers -
    • Interview with Nelson Carvalheiro: Award Winning Portuguese Travel Writer

      Editor’s Note: Today we’re heading off the beaten path to introduce Nelson Carvalheiro, an award winning Portuguese travel and photo blogger who’s been garnering heaps of attention for his dynamic and passionate tales. We, however, are more interested in what causes saudades (homesickness) when he’s thousands of miles from home.

      Gabriella Opaz/ Catavino- 4 readers -
  • Todd Webster of 4.0 Cellars Winemaker Profile

    … Todd Webster Brennan Vineyards, McPherson Cellars, and Lost Oak Winery are the wineries who form 4.0 Cellars in Fredericksburg, Texas. Todd Webster is the winemaker for Brennan Vineyards and is also the winemaker for 4.0 Cellars. We asked Todd Webster about his background and philosophy of winemaking. What did you do before becoming…

    Jeff Cope/ Texas Wine Lover- 3 readers -
  • Episode 255: A Visit With Weingut Herbert Pazen

    While in Germany, we were invited for a visit with Reinhold and Gisella Pazen of Weingut Herbert Pazen. Our friend Ewald Moseler has been bringing these wines into Portland alone for quite a few years, and they have always been enjoyable. Reinhold was more comfortable answering questions in German, so we just went with it.

    Wine is Serious Business- 3 readers -
  • Shinkame Brewery: From Holy Turtle to Aged Sake (Part 1)

    … The Holy Turtle. Warm Sake. World War 2. Junmai. Cheese Pairings. Aged Sake. Honjozo. What a fascinating interview with Yoshimasa Ogawahara (pictured above), the 7th generation owner of Shinkame Shuzo, a Sake brewery located in the Saitama Prefecture of Japan. Mr. Ogawahara made a three-night trip to the U.S. and his only stop was in Boston…

    Richard Auffrey/ The Passionate Foodie- 5 readers -
  • 'O' Wines Opportunity for Success Scholarship Program #OWines

    … and appetizers. After 30 minutes: Toasty nose, gingered pear, focused. Pear and lemon rush, fresh almost creamy, hint of spice on the centered finish. Craved chicken tamales and fish tacos. My speed. At one hour: Paired with fried chicken, a good match, wine more savory with food. Thoughts: Ready to go at open. Perfect for dining out or in. You…

    William Pollard/ Wild 4 Washington Wine- 4 readers -
  • When life spices up: an interview with Gourmandize

    … up to new possibilities! If you are interested in reading our interview, you can do so here: Enough with the bragging! ;-) I wish you all a great day! Francesca Xx Like this: Like Loading... Related About Francesca I am a cook and the founder and art director of Flora's Table, the fine cooking and wine blog. Check us out at :-) This entry was posted in Awards, F'sT Home and tagged award, Blog, community, cuisine, food, Gourmandize, interview, Italian, wine. Bookmark the permalink. …

    Flora's Table- 2 readers -
  • Getting Inside The Head Of Siduri’s Adam Lee

    … the kind of rabble-rousing trouble-making that I enjoy. It also helps that the wines don’t suck, either! Lee and I have been trying to get some sort of interview done for… well, years, actually, and never seemed to get around to it. Until now, that is. Here is our (unedited) interview for your reading enjoyment. We talk abv, of course, but also CA…

    1 Wine Dudein Pinot Noir- 6 readers -
  • Reviewed: Bouchaine Chardonnay Napa Valley - Carneros

    … Vineyards is a 40 year pioneer in the California wine industry, Michael Richmond founded Acacia Wines in the Carneros district of Napa Valley and now makes wine for Bouchaine. He brings the history and his love of wine education, experience, and adventure. Tasting notes follow: Bouchaine 2011 Chardonnay Napa Valley Carneros estate Vineyard "Drank…

    William Pollard/ Wild 4 Washington Winein Chardonnay- 6 readers -
  • A tasting with Stefano Inama of Inama Soave wines

    A recent research project brought me to the medieval town of Soave, where I met up with famed wine maker Stefano Inama. A vineyard started by his father back in the 50′s, Inama is known for his incredibly mineral white wines and is now experimenting with reds in the area of the Colli Berici. The family began by planting the Sauvignon grape, not the Garganega grape typically gro ...

    Wine Indulgence- 2 readers -
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