DOTJ- 'Drinking On The Job' is a toast to the culture of food, wine and life. It’s like you’re one barstool away from a conversation you can’t stop listening to. Grab a glass before last call.
Episode 160: Tour de France veteran and cycling legend George Hincapie.
George Hincapie is one of the most recognized professional cyclists in the world. Seventeen time Tour de France veteran, four time Olympian and one of only four Americans ever to wear the Yellow Jersey.
Episode 159 The Redux: Opera Singer and Super Somm Hak Soo Kim of Per Se.
Hak Soo Kim has sung on opera stages around the world while simultaneously working in the best restaurants in NYC. From shaving truffles to perfect wine pairings, he always gets the standing ovation.
Episode 158: Dana Spaulding, owner of Wander+Ivy Wine company, on building a successful brand.
Wander + Ivy is a woman owned company providing organic wine in upscale single serve packaging.
Episode 157: iIlahe Winery still uses horses in the vineyard, delivers their top wine by canoe and makes their own amphorae
Brad Ford winemaker, poet and farmer, is building the largest wooden wine press in the United States and delivers his signature wine by canoe. That’s just the beginning…
Episode 156: Alice Feiring, the matriarch of the Natural wine movement, discusses her new book To Fall in Love, Drink This.
Alice Feiring ignited the Natural Wine movement. In her new book To Fall in Love, Drink This she takes us on her personal journey with great bottles to drink along the way.
Episode 155: Pertois-Moriset has been a small grower Champagne house since 1951.
There’s no higher honor for a Champagne house than being approved for a Special Club bottling. Pertois-Moriset is one of twenty six growers to receive this out of five thousand producers.
John did a great job engaging Lockhart. Love the stories and experiences while sipping Chateauneuf du Pape!
A must for service, food & beverage professionals
J. Coyle has some amazing guests lined up to talk about working in the world of wine, food, and service. Mixing in stories of the nightlife, side gigs, professional lives, and dreams of people who weave in and out of the restaurant and wine scene. Ranging from humor to drama, Coyle and his guests tell stories about wild nights, crazy shifts, and slugging it out on the floor and the street. A must for anyone in LA, NYC, or any other city that has a vibrant nightlife with actors, comedians and models working their jobs on the way to amazing lives.