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A podcast about wine hosted by wine writer, speaker and critic Paul Caputo of Vinorandum.

The Vinorandum Podcast Paul Caputo

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A podcast about wine hosted by wine writer, speaker and critic Paul Caputo of Vinorandum.

    Anikó Kada on Tokaji, the village of Tállya, and her organic wine project in Hungary's most famous wine region

    Anikó Kada on Tokaji, the village of Tállya, and her organic wine project in Hungary's most famous wine region

    Anikó Kada talks about her organic 'Tállya Radicals' projec, based in the famous Hungarian region of Tokaj. Sweet Tokaji is one of the great monuments of European winemaking with a legacy stretching back hundreds of years. Anikó and her partner farm a small vineyard with the area's traditional varieties of Furmint and Hárslevelű and focus first and foremost on producing a drier style of Tokaji.

    Hosted by wine writer and critic Paul Caputo.

    You can visit the Vinorandum website here.  

    • 22 min
    Valentina Abbona on the history of Marchesi di Barolo and the estate's single vineyard wines

    Valentina Abbona on the history of Marchesi di Barolo and the estate's single vineyard wines

    The Marchesi di Barolo estate houses some of the founding history of Barolo. Valentina Abbona, the sixth generation of the Abbona family to take over the family business tells us about the prestigious history that came before and what that means for the future of this internationally recognised Piedmontese brand.

    Hosted by wine writer and critic Paul Caputo.

    You can visit the Vinorandum website here.

    • 25 min
    Francesca Poggio on Gavi, sparkling Cortese and the challenges of 2020

    Francesca Poggio on Gavi, sparkling Cortese and the challenges of 2020

    Francesca Poggio, of the boutique agriturismo estate of Il Poggio in the heart of the Piedmont's Gavi DOCG production zone, discusses this legendary white wine, the natural characteristics of the Cortese grape, its potential in the making of sparkling wines and the commercial challenges this difficult year has created. Il Poggiois one of Gavi's interesting small producers, boasting vineyards across different areas of the appellation and a range of terroir-driven single vineyard wines.

    Hosted by wine writer and critic Paul Caputo.

    You can visit the Vinorandum website here.

    • 18 min
    Đurđa Katić on the exciting developments at Imperator Winery in Fruska Gora in Serbia

    Đurđa Katić on the exciting developments at Imperator Winery in Fruska Gora in Serbia

    Serbian sommelier and wine industry consultant Đurđa Katić talks to Paul Caputo about the developments at Serbia's Imperator Winery. Over the last decade or so this leading winery has embarked on a program of organic viticultural practices and is one of the pioneers of sustainable farming in the country's growing wine industry. Serbia has a rich winemaking history dating back centuries and with the planting of new grape varieties and the continuing refinement of it wine regions, it is beginning to clamour for attention in international markets. Durda is was of the leading voices when it comes to articulating Serbia's potential.

    Hosted by wine writer and critic Paul Caputo.

    You can visit the Vinorandum website here. 

    • 18 min
    Filippo Butussi discusses Ramato and skin contact Pinot Grigio

    Filippo Butussi discusses Ramato and skin contact Pinot Grigio

    Filippo Butussi of the Valentino Butussi estate in Italy's Friuli-Venezia-Giulia region talks to Paul Caputo about Ramato and skin contact Pinot Grigio. Ramato is an unusual style of wine with a long cultural tradition in this part of the world. Not quite orange, not quite rosé, it is known in Italy as copper wine. The Valentino Butussi name has been associated with the style for some time and today they make one of the best examples of Ramato out there.

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    • 15 min

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