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If there are areas where we can improve please let us know. For example, one attentive listener pointed out that we were not on Stitcher (thank you!), and we were able to follow up and make the connection. Also, we hear that background noise can get a bit distracting in some episodes. We’ll work on our post production skills to improve sound quality, but sometimes, in order to catch an interview, we have to record in conditions that are not ideal for background noise. Feel free to use our survey form although, if you want us to know immediately how badly we pronounced Mourvèdre, your ALL CAPS TWEET will get here sooner! We welcome all of it, especially the fire-Producer-J-and-bring-back-Giulia messages!

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August 29, 2018
Gelasio Gaetani D'Aragona & Monty Waldin

Ep. 131 Monty Waldin interviews Gelasio Gaetani d’Aragona

In this episode Monty Waldin interviews Gelasio Gaetani D’Aragona, whose historic family winery (Argiano) is located in the Brunello area of Tuscany. Gelasio and Monty talk […]
August 28, 2018
Valentino Valentini, Bocale Winery, Umbria

Ep. 130 Monty Waldin interviews Valentino Valentini (Bocale Winery)

In this episode, Monty Waldin meets Valentino Valentini, one of the owners of the Bocale Winery in Montefalco and also former town counsellor and mayor of […]
August 1, 2018
Debora Bosoni (Cantine LVNAE) with Monty Waldin

Ep. 129 Monty Waldin interviews Debora Bosoni (Cantine Lunae)

In this episode Monty Waldin meets Debora Bosoni at the family-owned Cantina Lunae Bosoni in Liguria. Debora explains that the area of Lunae takes its name […]
July 31, 2018
Peter Heilbron, Tenuta Bellafonte, Umbria

Ep. 128 Monty Waldin interviews Peter Heilbron (Tenuta Bellafonte)

In this episode Monty Waldin meets Peter Heilbron at Bellafonte Winery in Umbria. Peter, whose former career was in the Umbrian chocolate industry, tells Monty about […]

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If there are areas where we can improve please let us know. For example, one attentive listener pointed out that we were not on Stitcher (thank you!), and we were able to follow up and make the connection. Also, we hear that background noise can get a bit distracting in some episodes. We’ll work on our post production skills to improve sound quality, but sometimes, in order to catch an interview, we have to record in conditions that are not ideal for background noise. Feel free to use our survey form although, if you want us to know immediately how badly we pronounced Mourvèdre, your ALL CAPS TWEET will get here sooner! We welcome all of it, especially the fire-Producer-J-and-bring-back-Giulia messages!

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