This is the podcast of James Suckling, international wine critic with 40 years of experience tasting, critiquing and loving wine! We focus on the great wines of the world including Italy, Bordeaux, Champagne, Australia, New Zealand, California, Chile, and Argentina, but are always open to and looking for surprises. We taste and review thousands of wines each year - 25,000 in 2019 alone! - and meet hundreds of the world's best winemakers along that journey. That's where this podcast comes in - a place to access my conversations with these titans of the wine world, and also my own tasting team as we travel the world to taste amazing wines. I hope you enjoy these podcasts - head to jamessuckling.com for even more reports, videos and articles about how to enjoy wine.
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Very hard to listen to. It feels like the wine producers feel obligated to participate because they got one decent review from James. there has to be some disdain between critics and wine producers, and the kind of comes out in every interview here. So awkward, feels forced. One of the few podcasts I couldn't sit through.
Hear James talk about what he love more and know more is really nice for those who want to learn about the wine, the vineyards and the persons who make it. With quiete enough experience in this field he is one of the best in this about the wine critic around the world. more
James knows his wine and brings on some great guests!
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The James Suckling Wine Podcast launched 5 years ago and published 195 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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