Celebrities can be talented, sure, but should they really be making wine? Join Judges Topher and Rachel as they use their oenological savvy and pop culture deep cuts to answer that very question. After drinking all the evidence and sorting their way through red herrings, they will determine whether some of Hollywood and music's biggest stars are, in fact, guilty of True Crimes Against Wine.
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Judge Topher offers some sage advice regarding an age old question and tips on how to remain professional at boozy work functions.
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Ever wonder what people mean when they say it was a "good year" for wine? Judge Topher breaks it down and gives tips for finding the perfect vintage.
This is a fun and unique podcast and I highly recommend it! I just hope the they one day class it up and Topher does a Four Loko episode.
Topher knows his wine and Rachel knows her celebrities. The hosts have a good rapport and this is a light-hearted hour of fun. Best listened to with a glass of wine.
I love this podcast series so much!! It’s so funny and witty! The creators have taken a unique twist on wine tasting. As a novice wine drinker it is definitely helpful to listen to the reviews 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽
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True Crimes Against Wine launched 2 years ago and published 95 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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