The Theory of Wine podcast is a monthly 20-45 minute wine-centered podcast that focuses less on what’s in the glass, rather what’s in the heart of the winemakers, trendsetters, and wine rebels to understand their inspirations and hear their story in their own words. One thing is for sure…in my wine podcast we’ll never tell you how to hold your wine glasses or what wines you “ought” to love. We’ll tell stories, have a little irreverent fun, and who knows maybe even learn a thing or two. Cheers! ~Brad
Vox Vineyards | Episode 12
Episode 12 | Theory of Wine podcast we talk with Jerry Eisterhold of Vox Vineyards who crafts wine from American Heritage Grapes
Society of Wine Educators - Jane Nickles | Episode 11
Episode 11 | Theory of Wine Podcast we chat with Jane Nickles, the Director of Education and Certification for the Society of Wine Educators
Park Farm Winery | Episode 10
Episode 10 of the Theory of Wine podcast we talk with Park Farm Winery President and Winemaker Dave Cushman whose winery is located in eastern Iowa not far from Dubuque and the Mississippi River.
Youngblood Vineyard | Episode 9
Episode 9 | Theory of Wine podcast we talk with Jessica Youngblood of Youngblood Vineyard located minutes north of Detroit
Augusta Winery | Episode 8
Episode 8 of the Theory of Wine podcast we talk with Augusta Winery owner and winemaker Tony Koyumjian, a third generation vineyard owner and grape grower.
Drew Pauk | Episode 7
Episode 7 | Theory of Wine talks with wine expert Drew Pauk
Brad highlights some lesser known varietals and wine regions, which lends a unique perspective to his podcast. I always learn something new and interesting from his interviews that add to my wine knowledge. Cheers!
Found this podcast by accident after doing some wine tasting in WALLA WALLA and really enjoy the interviews!. His first guest, whom I do not know, is located about 15 minutes from where I live in Philadelphia suburbs and was great. We visited Brook and Bull/ Vital when we were in WW and loved the wines, so hearing the owner/winemaker talk about her wines was a nice treat. Keep up the good worK