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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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April 3, 2019
Cantina Arvisionadu

Ep. 189 Monty Waldin interviews Renzo Erasmi (Cantina Arvisionadu)

In this podcast about Sardinia, Monty Waldin meets Renzo Erasmi, agronomist at Cantina Arvisionadu, a winery located in the center of Sardinia. Arvisionadu is also the […]
April 2, 2019

Ep. 188 Monty Waldin interviews Luca Fontana (Cantina Mesa)

In this podcast Monty Waldin interviews Luca Fontana of Cantina Mesa in the Sulcis area of Sardinia, in the south-west of the island. The winery is […]
March 27, 2019

Ep. 187 Monty Waldin interviews Chiara Meloni (Tenute Olbios)

In this podcast Monty Waldin interviews Chiara Meloni, export manager at Tenute Olbios in the north-east of Sardinia. Tenute Olbios produces Vermentino di Gallura DOCG, Vermentino […]
March 26, 2019

Ep. 186 Monty Waldin interviews Sergio Solinas (Cantina Sociale Giogantinu)

In this episode Monty Waldin interviews Sergio Solinas, General Manager at Cantina Sociale Giogantinu in the Gallura area in Sardinia. Founded in 1955, this wine coop […]

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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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