2007 World of Pinot Noir – Part 3

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In this installment from the World of Pinot Noir, we talk with more people about the event and what makes Pinot so special.

Join us, as we hear from attendee Mark Sutherland, and from Kiwis, Dean Shaw (Two Paddocks) and Penny Loving (Central Otago’s Station Imports) about what’s happening with New Zealand’s Pinot Noir, and from Mike Sinor (formerly of Domaine Alfred; now with Sinor-LaVallee), and Paul Wilkins (Alta Maria, Native 9) about their beginnings and their love of Pinot Noir.

For more information on World of Pinot Noir: www.worldofpinotnoir.com

Sponsor: Beachs of South Walton: www.beachesofsouthwalton.com

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Show #168
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2 Responses to “2007 World of Pinot Noir – Part 3”


  1. 1 Hal Sep 17th, 2007 at 3:40 pm

    Hi! Thanks for making your audio podcasts – I enjoy them quite a bit, though I don’t listen to all of them, and often listen to them out of order. I just listened to a podcast from June 2007 about C-du- P which I enjoyed a lot.

    At the end, you guys were discussing the video podcasts, whether people liked them or not, wanted them or not. I occasionally download them, but I almost never watch them. The good time I find for listening to your show is when I’m gardening or driving, and then I just want to listen because I’m using my eyes for something else.

    So I don’t know if I’m typical, but as much as I enjoy the audio podcasts, I’ll probably almost never end up watching the video podcasts.

    yours with thanks, Hal

  2. 2 Tim Meranda Sep 20th, 2007 at 7:56 am

    No wonder they use screw caps in NZ. Never heard of a cork made from S—!

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