We'll be talking to important people in the wine industry starting with our home state of North Carolina! There's a lot to discover in the state and we're going to help bring local wine a bit closer to you.
The Wine is Great and It’s Beautiful
In this episode, we visited Daveste Vineyards and talked with Caroline Karrick and Meg Tipton. Caroline become one of the owners of the vineyard in 2019 and Meg joined as winemaker in 2020. Since joining Daveste Vineyards, Caroline and Meg have been making improvements both in the tasting room and the winery. Wine Class withContinue reading →
Spotted Lanternfly: A Vineyard Threat
This is a special episode of Cork Talk. We sit down with Amy Michael Theuret, the Cooperative Agricultural Pest Survey Coordinator from the North Carolina State Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to talk about a very important topic. The Spotted Lanternfly. The Spotted Lanternfly (SLF) is an invasive species of leafhoppers that feed onContinue reading →
Making Iconic Southern Wine part 2
Join us for part two of our conversation with Mark Friszolowski, the wine maker at Childress Vineyards in Lexington, NC! We continue our discussion focusing in on quality wines, what goes into making a great product, and how the wines at Childress can be considered iconic southern wines. Wine Class with the Wine Mouths isContinue reading →
Making Iconic Southern Wines
In this episode, we visited Mark Friszolowski, the wine maker at Childress Vineyards in Lexington, NC for an extended interview! Mark joined Richard Childress in opening the vineyard and winery in the early 2000s. Since then, Mark has been a fixture in the North Carolina wine industry and has made elevating the quality of NorthContinue reading →
Every Vineyard Has Its Place
In this episode, we sit down with Larry and Elisabeth Mueller from Brandon Hills Vineyard in Yadkinville, NC. Larry and Elisabeth purchased the vineyard just over 5 years ago as a way for Larry to embrace his passion for wine. They have made some major changes at the vineyard and have more planned for theContinue reading →
A Century Farm of Six Generations
In this episode, we sit down with Jonah Hoosier of Stony Knoll Vineyards in Dobson, NC. Jonah is director of operations at Stony Knoll which includes vineyard management and winemaker. Stony Knoll Vineyard is situated on a century family farm that has been farmed for over 120 years. Jonah is part of the sixth generationContinue reading →
I have enjoyed many of these episodes and have leaned a lot about NC wines in general.
I love the Wine Mouths (other than the name—you deserve a much better name) and their reviews on specific varietals.
The entire segment should be edited and kept to under one hour including the WM portion. If there is any need to go longer (I have not seen a need yet) then break into two episodes.
There are several wineries we have visited that have not been featured so I will keep listening.
I must say that the features on Cyprus Bend were surprisingly captivating. I loved the discussion about the history of the property and I told myself to go visit there and maybe it will change my perception on Muscadine. I will do it sometime this year and will bring with me an open mind.
Eric E, Pinehurst
The wine guys have done a great job of raising awareness of the quality NC wine. The podcast is very well polished in respect to its audio quality. The ask great questions to facilitate discussion, but many of their guests are so ready to talk about their vines and wines that the podcast writes itself.
Great informative podcast
Finally got around to listening to my 1st Cork Talk podcast last night and boy do I have some catching up to do! Definitely want to listen to them all. So much fun information to digest. I learned so many things from my 1st episode that I had never even thought about. It definitely peaked my passion for NC wine even more. Can’t wait to listen to more. Keep up the great work guys.