Wine Soundtrack - International

Wine Soundtrack - International

Wine Soundtrack, one of Italy’s leading podcasts about wine becomes international. We are the voice of wine growers and winemakers. In each podcast, wine producers share the story of who they are and their winery through a series of 30 questions. Wine Soundtrack was created to bring to life an idea of sharing and insight; it allows wine lovers to listen to the hopes, dreams, intuitions, prospects, loves and passions of the protagonists of the wine world, directly from their own voices. Wine Soundtrack will make you smile and amuse you through the voices of those who have decided to express their own character, their own dreams and their own ambitions in each bottle of wine. Wine Soundtrack will lead us through the vineyards of ideas and of visionary thinking and will share the passion of these producers. Follow Wine Soundtrack on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or visit www.winesoundtrack.com

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July 7, 2021 26 min
In the hinterland of the Lazio region, south of Rome, there is a hilly area called Ciociaria.
It is an ideal habitat for vines and olive trees, which have been planted since the time of the Roman Empire.
In this territory historical events and a special microclimate have inhibited the contamination of a native ampelographic heritage leaving us a variety of antique vines.
The estate Casale della Ioria, is located in the heart of the ...
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The first 5 acres of the current 35 acres Estate of the Santarelli family at Castel de Paolis were acquired in 1974 by Giulio Santarelli, just to follow his passion for the countryside and grape growing. Until 1985 the grapes of Castel de Paolis were sold to the local cooperative wineries in order to produce the typical local wines like the Frascati Superiore DOC.
In 1977 Mr Santarelli started acquiring other small pieces of land ne...
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In 1947, several farmers founded the Cincinnato Cooperative in Cori with the purpose of processing and selling their own production and supporting the progress of local agriculture. They chose its name in honour of lucius Quinctius Cincinnatus, who led the battle against the Aequi in 458 bc. Following his victory, this great roman turned down the honours and public offices offered to him, preferring to return to his land, which is ...
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Tenuta Sant’Antonio is located in eastern stretches of Valpolicella, where several new, exciting, and innovative wineries have been established in recent decades. Here, soils have a higher component of calcium carbonate, which imparts a higher acidity and bolder cherry fruit character to the wines.

Antonio Castagnedi was a winegrower and one of the founding members of the cooperative winery in the Illasi Valley of eastern Valpolice...
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Wine has been made at what is now known as Badia a Coltibuono for nearly a thousand years. Archaeological studies of the estate have found amphorae, grape seeds, and other traces of ancient Roman and earlier Etruscan societies from the first century. Named after the abbey established in 1051 by Vallombrosan monks, Badia a Coltibuono translates to the “Abbey of Good Cultivation” or “Abbey of Good Harvest.” It was here in the 12th ce...
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Cooperative founded in 1962 that belongs to the Calatayud DO where the Garnacha grows in its perfect habitat: high altitude, temperatures' contrast, old vines, limited production and a late harvest. Our unique motherland joint to innovative means in the cellar and a passionate and well-trained staff result in unique and reknown Garnacha wines which are bestselling products in some markets like Norway or the USA. The care for ou...
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November 15, 2020 29 min
Bodegas Martín Códax was born in 1986 and takes the name of the most famous Galician troubadour whose songs are still preserved, the oldest Galician-Portuguese songs with original music, in which love and the sea that bathes our coasts are sung .

Since then, Bodegas Martín Códax has grown and evolved, always supporting its people, its land and its culture. A culture that is promoted by more than 40 countries around the world. A proj...
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The late 1970s were difficult times for the Barossa wine grape growing community as the region was hit with a severe grape surplus. Companies refused to buy grapes and honour contracts, and Peter Lehmann knew this would destroy the livelihoods of the 140 family growers.

In a courageous bid to support his community of growers, Peter took out a loan, assembled equipment and built a small winery to process their grapes. The winery was ...
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October 24, 2020 38 min
Fowles vineyards and winery are located in the high altitude, cool climate region of the Strathbogie Ranges in Victoria, Australia. Led by Matt Fowles, a former lawyer who swapped the vitriol for the vineyard, Fowles Wine craft some of Australia’s finest cool climate wines, winning many of the world’s most prestigious wine medals and trophies. The Strathbogie Ranges is approximately 80 miles north east of Melbourne, and is a region...
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October 9, 2020 21 min
Our history dates back to 1925s and grandfather Michele’s dream of making wine from his vineyard in the heart of the Bagnario Valley, Strevi, an area especially suitable to viticulture.

His son Giuseppe then began the Company’s evolution, gradually acquiring the best land of the Monferrato and choosing the most typical grape varieties to plant. In 1956, he built his winery in the center of the village of Strevi, to be near the train...
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Highlands Road has been producing wine since 2007, after Michael White turned an ageing apple farm into a dynamic wine enterprise. The desirable Elgin terroir is very suited to producing good quality Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Shiraz, just to name a few. This is exactly where the focus is at Highlands Road where the wine production is steered to highlight the splendid characteristics of these varieties,...
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September 24, 2020 47 min
Since 1956, Michele Chiarlo has been vinifying the essence of Piedmont, loving and developing the most incredible wine region in the world. We grow 110 hectares of vineyards between Langhe, Monferrato and Gavi, the finest crus while fully respecting the ecological criteria, the terroir and their expression
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September 7, 2020 38 min
The historical underground wine cellars of Coppo are a UNESCO World Heritage site: a prestigious recognition that fills Coppo with pride. They are part of the network of Underground Cathedrals, a temple of wine dedicated to its history and the hard work of man.

Built beginning in the late 18th century, initially intended as small cellars to conserve wine, they were expanded from 1800-1900 to what they are today. The historical wine ...
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August 29, 2020 47 min
The excellence of Langhe wines is a complex result, an outcome of the richness of a territory and the skill of wise entrepreneurs who shape it to create a unique products. The secret of success for the Ceretto family lies in many different elements. First and foremost the land and its uniqueness but, it is inot enough; it takes the passion and knowledge of people working the land.
It was Riccardo Ceretto, in the 30s, who had the f...
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More than 1000 years ago, it was a monastery, but for over three centuries now San Leonardo has served as the residence of the Marchesi Guerrieri Gonzaga family, its proud custodians. Today, the San Leonardo estate is a garden of vineyards and roses, protected by the massive barrier of the Alps, which blunt the force of the cold northern winds

while the valley floor benefits from, and in turn releases, warmth from nearby Lake Garda....
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One of the cornerstones of Feudi di San Gregorio’s vision is the belief that a bottle of wine and a work of art share the same creative process.

The love and passion infused in the cultivation of the vines, the effort in the picking of the grapes and the patient waiting for the wine to age, endow every one of our bottles with a personality of its own, transforming it into an authentic artwork.

These are the same sentiments and emotio...
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Observing and perceiving, taking a territory and performing an action to bring forth a great champagne. Such was the remarkable intuition of Brigitte Haas and François Legras.

After founding the Legras & Haas champagne house in 1991, they continued to pursue an ideal: a range exclusively made up of great champagnes suitable for keeping without giving up immediate enjoyment. Their perseverance in pursuing precision and elegance ...
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Eben Sadie is considered one of the great preservationists and visionaries in the new generation of South African winemakers. To Eben, the vineyard and fruit are part of the story—the truest
expression of his art and philosophy. The wine writer Neal Martin recently called Sadie an “outspoken, peripatetic, terroir-obsessed winemaker who has been instrumental in putting Swartland on the map.

He produces a small portfolio of comparative...
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Beaumont is a charming, family-run farm and winery situated in the quaint Overberg Village of Bot River. The farm is home to the region’s oldest wine cellar and is steeped in history dating back to the 1700’s. In 2004, Sebastian Beaumont, having honed his skills working in vineyards, took over the reins in the cellar and has continued to build the Beaumont reputation. The flagship Chenin Blanc, Hope Marguerite, has received Platter...
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Andre Adriaan Badenhorst’s grandfather was the general manager at Groot Constantia for 46 years. His father was born there. Adi grew up between the vineyards and spent his time picking (stealing) grapes.

He made his first wine with Jean Daneel at thirteen. Adi studied at Elsenburg and went on the work harvest at Chateau Angelus & Alain Graillot in France, Wither Hills in NZ, and locally at Simonsig, Steenberg & Groote Post....
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