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10 minutes | Dec 18, 2019
Bertrand Michat, export director, on sustainability at Paul Jaboulet Aîné
Here's a podcast I recently recorded with Bertrand from Paul Jaboulet Aîné about the sustainability journey that the company has been on in recent years.
19 minutes | Jun 13, 2019
Wilco Lam, winemaker at cult NZ producer Dry River, on sustainable wine making in New Zealand
In early June 2019 I sat down in the wine library at 67 Pall Mall in London with Wilco. We talked about how he ended up in New Zealand, the wines he makes at Dry River, reductiveness in wine making, low oxygenation and phenolic compounds, his views on what sustainability means in the vineyard and winery, and on New Zealand and sustainability in wine, in general. Enjoy.
18 minutes | Mar 11, 2019
How can climate models and forecasting help winemakers beat climate change?
How can climate models and forecasting help winemakers beat climate change? by Tobias Webb
25 minutes | Dec 10, 2018
Anna Chilton on sustainability in wine, soil health and more
Here's a recent interview I did with Anna Chilton, who is studying to be a master of wine, and works for a company which owns a winery (Linton Park) in South Africa. In the podcast we discuss what sustainability means in wine today, soil health and better practices, and what other industries, particularly in agriculture, might learn from the studies and practices in the wine sector, particularly around sustainability.
22 minutes | Jan 9, 2018
Andrea Felluga on the wines of Friuli, changing weather and sustainability
Interview with Andrea Felluga, a leading winemaker in north east Italy, on his views on what sustainable wine actually means, the wines he makes, and his views on sustainability more generally.
16 minutes | Dec 29, 2017
Saša Radikon on natural wine and sustainability
Interview with Saša Radikon about his views on what sustainable wine actually is, the debate about "natural" wines and the wines he makes in northern Italy.
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