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FP40: Virtual Pinot Noir Tasting

07 Feb 2007, Posted by Jennifer Iannolo in beverages, podcast

In this special episode of Food Philosophy, Rosina Tinari Wilson and I are conducting a bi-coastal, international, simultaneous wine tasting with wines from the upcoming Pinot Noir Summit in San Francisco. Get a sneak preview of the top-rated wines in our first virtual tasting session. Grab a few bottles from the list below and join us!

Featured Pinot Noirs:
Buena Vista 2005 (California)
Sonoma Coast Vineyards 2004 (California)
TR Elliott 2004 (California)
Laetitia 2005 (California)
Erath 2004 (Oregon)
Kawarau Estate 2004 (New Zealand)

Special thanks to Barbara Drady of Affairs of the Vine (www.affairsofthevine.com)!

Pinot Noir Summit:
February 10, 2007
12:00 PM to 7:30 PM
The Officers’ Club
1 Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA
http://www.affairsofthevine.com/pn_summit.html

Music: Beau Hall (www.beaurocks.com)

Food Philosophy is a production of The Gilded Fork (www.gildedfork.com).

  • diane petkoff :: designer

    Jennifer,
    Would you consider announcing the wines you will be sampling on your next virtual tasting show so that we might taste along with the podcast? I think that would make it a REALLY interactive show.

    Listening to you and Rosina taste them made me want to drink along to see what you were tasting. You could post a list on your website so we could go out and get any/all of them to try along with you.

    Thank you so much for taking the intimidation out of wine tasting. I have loved your series of podcasts in Italy and with Rosina. Keep up the great work!

    xo diane

  • Jennifer Iannolo

    Absolutely! Thank you for such kind words, Diane. That is the whole intention of this series of classes, so Rosina and I would be delighted to have you join us for the adventure!

    Warm regards,
    Jennifer

  • Lauren

    I love listening to the Food Philosophy podcast, but the sound quality on this episode made it really hard to hear what was going on. Rosina’s voice and the introductory music came through LOUD and clear, but I hardly know what you were saying. Could you up the volume on your mic for the next episode?

  • Jennifer Iannolo

    Thanks Lauren. The sound was created binaurally for this particular show, which means it’s best listened to on a headset (we were experimenting), but I’ll go back to regular stereo for the next one. Thank you for the feedback!