Broadcast legend Anneka Rice joins Sunday Times Wine Columnist Will Lyons to share their love of wine and travel with a host of special guests. They’ll be pulling the cork and twisting the screw cap on some of their favourite bottles as they embark on a free-flowing series through the many minds, lives and worlds inspired by the wine route. So pull up a chair, pour yourself a glass and sit back for a grape inspired podcast full of laughter, lively conversation and interesting wine. more
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Today’s special guest is… WINE! Will and Anneka round off the series with their focus firmly on the star of the series. Will introduces three wines, one from the past, one from the present, and perhaps a taste of the future? Plus, Anneka looks back o... more
Will and Anneka are joined by Hugh Dennis, star of Outnumbered and Mock the Week, as they sip their way around South Africa. Hugh impresses Will, as he turns out to be quite the curious student of wine. And Anneka, an unashamed fan of Outnumbered, wa... more
Discussing and decanting with Anneka and Will is Paralympian and Crossbench Peer in the House of Lords, Tanni Grey-Thompson. As well as three great wines to taste from New Zealand, Tanni reveals that she has a lifetime supply of wine, Will shares how... more
I am really enjoying the new series with Anneka. The focus on travel is refreshing and Will and Anneka share a great blend of conversation between wine and the guest. Bring on more!
I used to really enjoy listening to this podcast. Learned a lot about wine, but now it doesn’t seem to leave much room for talk about the wine. It’s almost as if the podcast hosts have forgotten it is a podcast with people listening in and are just having a raucous chit chat about it things I’m really not interested in.
Listened to Will chatting to Oz Clarke and loved it, then along came Anneka and I’m really not sure. With a guest as well, Anneka’s very talkative style doesn’t seem to leave enough room for the guest, let alone Will and his wines. Enjoyed the earlier series, and was looking forward to a ‘deeper dive’ that the geographic focus could have given, but had to turn off - even with the lovely Clare Balding.
The only way I could see the picture is by looking in a window of a mirror in a window and see if the window was closed and if the light is off and
A very enjoyable podcast. Just one complaint; could Will please talk into his microphone? His voice keeps fading in and out (presumably as he is tending to the bottles) and you then miss what he is saying.
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