amuz is an app for explorers. Introducing the amuz podcast. Join us as we talk with entrepreneurs and explorers around the world.
amuz 14: Reflecting on Japan
Long time Japan resident Dave Baskerville shares his perspective on visiting, living and working in Japan.
amuz 13: Room to Roam + Char Broiled Oysters
White sand beaches, a vibrant art scene, plenty of open space along the gulf to bike or hike and an impressive food scene make Bay St. Louis a gem.
Nikki Moon, owner of the lush Bay Town Inn, joins us to share a bit of hurricane history and her recommendations along Coastal Mississippi.
amuz 12: Word of Mouth is our Oxygen
We explore wine and food with Tinashe Nyamudoka.
A native of Zimbabwe, Tinashe shares his journey from hospitality to Johannesburg based wine entrepreneur, along with a few pairing suggestions.
Kumusha wines are available in Zimbabwe, South Africa, Europe and the United States.
amuz 11: A Family Legacy on Oregon's 45th
We continue a conversation about the development and vision for Left Coast Estate. The second generation of the Pfaff family - Taylor and Cali - is well positioned to continue and build upon their parents vision.
amuz 10: Revealing Las Vegas
Las Vegas has sparked the imagination of the world, expressed through numerous works of literature, film and art. The City's past is as fascinating as any work of fiction. Sparked by a walk through the restored East Fremont historic district, one wants to know more about the rich, layered history to the city. Yesteryear does not pale in comparison to the glitz and bright neon lights of the famous Strip.
Claytee D. White, Bob Stoldal, Dr. Diane Seibrandt share their work and a fascinating lens on Las Vegas' history.
amuz 9: French Ambition Comes to Fruition on Oregon's 45th
Left Coast Estate is a family owned vineyard, winery and working farm located in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. 37 miles from the Pacific Ocean, the Estate sits in the Van Duzer Corridor on a flower filled property with coastal range views.
Founded on 30 acres by the Larson Pfaff family in 2003, the farm has grown to 500 acres, with 142 planted. Initially, a grape growing operation, Left Coast today supports a wide selection of award winning wines.