A podcast about wine, wine culture and wine people. Every episode a different guest from the wine industry joins host James Scarcebrook (aka The Intrepid Wino) to share their backgrounds, their influences, and their philosophies on wine. Nothing too technical, just a casual chat between a few people who happen to work with wine. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to get the new episode as soon as it is available, and please rate review and share! Visit James at http://intrepidwino.com and feel free to get in touch at email@example.com, follow on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube on @IntrepidWino. Let me know who you would like to hear from! Support the podcast on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/thevincast
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Born in England, Gary Walsh moved to Australia with his family and after completing his studies moved back to the United Kingdom. Working in London in the IT industry, he discovered a love of wine and an interest in discussing it. Once back in Austra... more
Growing up, Giuseppe Russo didn't have much interest in the vineyards his farther and grandfather lovingly tended on the northern slopes of Mt Etna, particularly as the wine they made in the cellar under their house was being sold as bulk wine. He fo... more
When James Audas became part of the sommelier team at Noma (one of the top restaurants in the world) it caused a bit of a stir back home in Australia, particularly as he was then only 24 years old. In fact he had already earned his stripes working fo... more
Hey I’m Jake, 28 years old from Sydney, Australia. I have loved wine for many years due to my Maltese family having it a staple with meals, though only the last 2 months have I started to dive into the rabbit hole of wine to try and understand more. Definitely one of the more enjoyable and real speaking podcasts I have found available. Appreciate the insight and discussions raised with your guests throughout the episodes! Looking forward to more! Maybe an episode with simple tips for how young p... more
Love this podcast. Very informative and gives you a chance to really get to know the producers and their stories. Something I’ve always been curious about. James does a great job of questioning and always very thoughtful approach. Thanks for the great content!
Superb podcast by James. Timeless quality with fascinating insights into wine makers, their journey and introduction to wine. As a wine enthusiast, I love hearing the back stories and have all’s most listened to them all. A must during this lockdown and a perfect tonic for any wine lover/ enthusiast/ collector. Thank you James. Bring on some more! Cheers
James is such a great, interesting presenter and interviewer. Really enjoy this podcast and has actually really inspired my wine journey
I have listened to nearly every episode of this fantastic Podcast in the least year. I really enjoy the way James presents and interviews his guests, and love learning about everyone’s Journey in wine. It’s the best thing to listen to on your daily commute. Thank you James!
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The Vincast launched 9 years ago and published 164 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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