Running Time - 37 minutes
Lars Sorenson, former cork salesman is interviewed in this one-topic show which is all about cork.
Originally released in episodes 19 and 20 of WineMaking Radio, the interviews were re-edited to discuss where cork comes from, the various levels of quality of cork and how the amateur winemaker can make sure they are choosing the right cork closure to use in protecting their wine.
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Running Time - 51 minutes
Sigrid Gertsen-Briand from Lallemand Wine products is interviewed in this one-topic show which is all about yeast.
Sigrid talks about why to use commercially available yeast, what types of yeast have been developed for certain wines. Sigrid also discusses issues yeast face in the fermentation process when grapes or fruit are not in optimal shape to support the fermentation.
Running Time - 23 minutes
In episodes 7, 8 and 9 of WineMaking Radio, a series of interviews were made to talk about the different aspects of understanding and correcting "balance" in your wine.
In this episode of Wine Making Radio Uncorked, a show that features a one-subject theme, we re-present these interviews to give you a primer or a reminder of how to make sure your wine is in balance for the success of your vintage.
Running Time - 25 minutes
A series of short interviews with eight winemakers at the Passport to Woodinville, where the show's Producer, Robert
Linder asks the question, "Why do you make wine?"
Running Time - 15 minutes
Episode five of Uncorked is from an original interview with Ed Schultz of Barrel Associates International that was presented in Episode 6 of WineMaking Radio. Ed talks about the use of oak as a storage vessel of your wine. A short and informative interview if you ever thought of aging your wine in oak.