Stu The Wine Guru

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  • Legendary Rock Drummer Roger Earl of the Classic Rock Band "FOGHAT" Joins Stu The Wine Guru on his December 9, 2010 Show

    <p> <b><span>Thursday - December 9, 2010 at 7PM est</span></b> </p> <p> <span><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.stuthewineguru.com/" target="_blank"><b>Stu the Wine Guru</b></a></span> </p> <p> <b><span>Interviews Legendary Rock Drummer <br> Roger Earl of Foghat on his <br></span></b> <b><span><span><i><b><span><br> <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.blogtalkradio.com/stuthewineguru/2010/12/10/roger-earl-of-rock-group-foghat-joins-stu-the-wine" target="_blank">Blogtalkradio show "Wine Talk with Stu The Wine Guru " for his "Music Meets Wine Series</a>_" <br></span></b></i> <i><b><span><br> <br> Call in and ask questions at 646-381-4860! <br> <br> Tweet questions on Twitter for Roger or Stu to @stuthewineguru <br> <br> -or- <br> <br> Email questions to <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:info@stuthewineguru.com">info@stuthewineguru.com</a>. <br> <br> During the show their will be an open live chatroom to go into and interact with Stu and Roger! <br> <br> T</span></b></i><b><span><span><i>his should be a great show since the motto of</i> <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.foghatcellars.com/" target="_blank"><i>Foghat Cellars</i></a> <i>is"Music and Wine, Passions Combined"</i></span></span></b></span></span></b> </p> <p> <i><b><span>Stu The Wine Guru's show has been called "the Best Wine Show on the Planet!" This is the THE Source For Everything Wine on the Internet. You come here to sit back,relax,learn and be entertained by Stu The Wine Guru, and his guests. Join the rest of the world and be part of something big!</span></b></i> </p> <p> <i><b><span>___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________</span></b></i> </p> <p> <i><b><span>Three years ago Foghat partnered with well respected winemaker Steve Rasmussen of Santa Maria , California to create our own wines under the label Foghat Cellars. Our first limited offering (only 90 cases) was a 2005 Cabernet Sauvignon from Paso Robles. Our latest offering is a delicious 2008 Chardonnay from Sierra Madre Vineyards in Santa Maria and in a couple of months our 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon from the Santa Inez Valley will be ready!</span></b></i> </p> <p> <b><span><i>We have had been very hands on during harvest and involved in every aspect of the wine making. And of course, we love the end product!</i></span></b> </p> <p> <i><b><span>Drinking wine...what a great idea!</span></b></i> </p> <p> <span><i>For information about the wine story and where to get our wines please go to</i> <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.foghatcellars.com/" target="_blank"><i>www.foghatcellars.com</i></a> <i>and for information about where we are playing and what we are doing go to</i> <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.foghat.net/" target="_blank"><i>www.foghat.net</i></a><i>.</i></span> </p> <p> <b><span><span lang="EN"><a rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><i>www.stuthewineguru.com</i></a></span></span></b> </p> <p> <b><span><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.blogtalkradio.com/stuthewineguru/2010/12/10/roger-earl-of-rock-group-foghat-joins-stu-the-wine" target="_blank"><i>http://www.blogtalkradio.com/stuthewineguru/2010/12/10/roger-earl-of-rock-group-foghat-joins-stu-the-wine</i></a></span></b> </p> <br> <br> <p> <br> </p>

  • Bill Nancarrow of Duckhorn Vineyards Joins Stu The WIne Guru on his September 22, 2010 Show

    Don't forget you can call in this Wednesday night September 22, 2010, to the show at 7pm est/4pm pst to speak with Bill Nancarrow, wine maker at Duckhorn Vineyards. Some of the best wine to come out of Napa Valley, and he will be Stu's guest Wednesday night on the "Wine Talk with Stu The Wine Gur

  • Legendary Wine Makers Join Stu The Wine Guru on his Upcoming Wine Talk Radio Show...Here's a Quick Peek of the Roster of Guests!

    Stu The Wine Guru's Wine Talk Radio Show has become an instant success and a major buzz for wine enthusiasts,wine makers and wine industry movers and shakers alike. In very short order his show went from a national to an international sensation. His guest list reads like a who's who of wine makers and now some of the top chefs are joining in as well. <br> <br> WIth thousands of listeners each week listening into the show, and callers and emailers from around the globe calling and emailing in questions for him, and his guests, he has brought his every man's perspective, and brand of humor to his followers. Great wine makers,his insightful and entertaining interviewing style, and a growing fan base, makes this wine guy keep people coming back for more each week. <br> <br> Here is a listing of his guest roster into December 2010: <br> <br> August 18, 2010: Chef Michelle Bernstein of the Popular PBS Show "Check Please, South Florida" & Trendy Restaurants: Michy's, SRA Martinez & Michelle Bernstein at the Omphoy <br> <br> August 25, 2010: Wine Maker, Dirk Hampson of Nickel & Nickel, Far Niente, En Route and Dolce Vineyar <br> <br> September 1, 2010: WIne Maker, John WIlliams of Frogs Leap Vineyards <br> <br> September 8, 2010: WIne Maker, Michael Silacci of Opus One Vineyards <br> <br> September 15, 2010: WIne Maker, Tom McKay of St. Francis Vineyards <br> <br> September 22, 2010: Wine Maker, Bill Nancarrrow of Duckhorn Vineyards <br> <br> September 29, 2010: WIne Maker, Ivo Jermaz of Grgich Hills Vineyards <br> <br> October 6, 2010: Olive Oil and Wine Expert: Bill Sanders of Crush and Press <br> <br> October 13, 2010: Wine Maker, Chuck Wagner of Caymus Vineyards <br> <br> October 20, 2010: Wine Maker, Bruce Cakebread of Cakebread Cellars <br> <br> October 27, 2010: Wine Maker, Richard Ward of Saintsbury Vineyards <br> <br> November 3, 2010: WIne Maker, Doug Fletcher of Chimney Rock Vineyards <br> <br> November 10, 2010: Wine Maker, Todd Graff of Frank Family Vineyards <br> <br> November 17, 2010: WIne Maker, Kirk Venge of Tudal Estates <br> <br> Novenmer 24, 2010: WIne Maker, Michael Honig of Honig Vineyards <br> <br> December 1, 2010: WIne Maker, Darryl Wooley of Kim Crawford Vineyards <br> <br> December 8, 2010: WIne Maker, John Clews of Clos Du Val Vineyards <br> <br> Want to join in on something big? Call in or listen to the Wine Talk with Stu The WIne Guru Radio Show every Wdnesday evenong at 7:00pm est/ 4:00pm pst at <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.blogtalkradio.com/stuthewineguru">www.blogtalkradio.com/stuthewineguru</a>. Want to call into the show? Call in live the night of the show at 1-646-381-4860. To shy to call in? Email your questions for Stu or his guests at <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:info@stuthewineguru.com">info@stuthewineguru.com</a>. It's all about wine, food, fun and great guests. <br> <br> Hear you there! <br> <br> As Stu always says, "If it's time to pour the wine, it's time for Stu The Wine Guru. Drink Up!" <br> <br> <br> <br>

  • August 18, 2010 Chef Michelle Bernstein of the Popular PBS Show "Check Please, South Florida" Joins Stu The WIne Guru on His Radio Show "Wine Talk with Stu The Wine Guru "

    Chef Michelle Bernstein of the Popular PBS Show "Check Please, South Florida" , James Beard Award Winner, and Owner of the trendy Miami restaurants; Michy's, SRA Martinez and Michelle Bernstein at the Omphoy, joins Stu The WIne Guru on his internationally successful radio show, "Wine Talk With Stu T

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  • Bonny Doon's Randall Grahm to Join Stu The Wine Guru on his July 21,2010 Wine Talk Radio Show

    <table id="ShowDetailsTable"> <tr> <td></td> <td> <b>Among his many awards he has won for his wines, he is also the award winning author of "Been Doon So Long", and one of the most unique vintners out of Caliofornia.He is Randall Grahm and the vineyard is</b> <a rel="nofollow" id="KonaLink0" href="http://shine.yahoo.com/write/#" name="KonaLink0"><b><span>Bonny</span> <span>Doon</span></b></a><b>. I will welcome him to the show. We will discuss his wines, vineyard, history in wine making,</b> <a rel="nofollow" id="KonaLink1" href="http://shine.yahoo.com/write/#" name="KonaLink1"><span><b>philosophy</b></span></a> <b>on life, so buckle up kids and call in to join the conversation. <br> <br> The website is www.blogtalkradio.com/stuthewineguru <br> <br> The date is July 21, 2010 <br> <br> The phone number to call in the night of the show live is: <br> <br> 1-646-381-4860 at 7:00pm est 4:00pm pst <br> <br> Join (Me) Your Host, Stu The Wine Guru and Randall Grahm of Bonny Doon Vineyard on my Show Wine Talk with Stu The Wine Guru <br> <br> Hear You There!</b> </td> </tr> </table>

  • Delia Viader to Join Stu The Wine Guru on His July 14, 2010 Wine Talk with Stu The Wine Guru Radio Show

    Join (Me) Your Host -Stu The Wine Guru as I Welcome Delia Viader of Viader Wines to my show "Wine Talk with Stu The Wine Guru ", on July 14, 2010 at 7:00pm est/ 4:00pm pst. Call in and ask one of the Wine Industry's Great Vintner's Delia Viader about her wines, vineyard in Napa Valley, wine making process and anything else. When: July 14, 2010 Where: www.blogtalkradio.com/stuthewineguru How: Log onto the site and call in to the number 1-646-381-4860 Why: Because you love wine and you enjoy learning about it from the source. ...

  • Stu The Wine Guru is Coming To A Car Radio Radio Near You (if You Live In Arizona) KFNX 1100 AM

    First it was Stu The Wine Guru's internationally successful radio show "Wine Talk with Stu The Wine Guru" on the internet www.blogtalkradio.com/stuthewineguru.

  • Tim Pearson of Seven Springs Vineyard in South Africa will be Sponsoring the April 7, 2010 Wine Talk with Stu The Wine Guru Radio Show

    In the beautiful town of Hermanus in the Western Cape, South Africa. Hermanus is well known for the best, land based, whale watching in the world (mainly Southern Right whales). Tim is heavily involved in the setting up, marketing and promotion of Seven Springs wines.His wines will include Sauvignon

  • Stu The Wine Guru to have Silver Oak Cellars' David Duncan on his March 31st " Wine Talk With Stu The Wine Guru" International Radio Show

    <p> Stu The Wine Guru will have Legendary Napa Wine Maker David Duncan of Silver Oak and Twomey Cellars wine company on his International Radio Show "Wine Talk: with Stu The Wine Guru". David is part of a well known and respected wine making family. Silver Oak is considered by many as one of the most superior Cabernet Savignon's ever to come out of California. It is consistently given top awards and accolades by the wine industry. Twomey Cellars, also a part of the Duncan Family of wines, are also well respected and fantastic wines. David will be on for the hour as a guest with Stu, to discuss the family history and imprint on the wine industry and everything wine. <br> <br> To Lisen in or Call in to ask questions go to : <br> www.blogtalkradio.com/suthewineguru <br> <br> Call in and ask questions of David or Stu call 1-646-381-4860 on March 31, 2010 at 7:00pm est/4:00pm pst, and speak LIVE to both. <br> <br> This is a radio event you won't want to miss! <br> <br> To email Stu The Wine Guru about more information or any show questions: <br> <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:info@stuthewineguru.com">info@stuthewineguru.com</a> <br> <br> For more information about Stu The Wine Guru and upcoming shows go to: <br> www.stuthewineguru.com <br> <br> <br> Hear you there! </p>

  • My National Radio Show Has Now Gone International

    <p> Yes it is official, "Wine Talk: with Stu The Wine Guru" on BlogTalk Radio.com, has gone from a National show to an International show, within 1 month's time. Thanks to all of the listeners that got the word out globally it seems. <br> <br> So how did this happen? Thank the internet and social media networking. This is a prime example of the "power of the people meets the power of the internet". <br> <br> I started out wanting to talk about the wine industry, and wines that I recommend. I added in events going on around the country, and answering callers questions. Then I started a chat room to coincide with my live broadcast that listeners could chat in, and ask questions of me while I broadcast. <br> <br> I have a great passion for wine, and the origins of it. I am constantly learning, reading, travelinfg to vineyards and wineries,attending tastings, speaking with wine producers and enjoying wine. I figured, wine enthuisasts of every level might gain something out of the knowledge and enthusiasm I have for it. <br> <br> After writing articles, and reviewing wine for different internet portals, radio seemed like the logical next step. Since I started the show on October 17, 2009, the response has been swift and overwhelmingly positive. I recieved emails from people in Ireland, England, Japan and Australia who listened to the archived shows and liked them. They then told me they listened to a live show even with the time difference!? (thanks to the internet) and emailed me questions to be read on future shows. <br> <br> All I can say is that I am extremely happy to do this show and welcome every person who listens. <br> To kick off my new day and time slot; Thursdays at 7pm est/ 4pm pst, my guest will be a wine making legend: Tom Eddy of Tom Eddy Wines. Anyone who has had his Cabs will probably agree they are some of the best you can buy. He will be on to discuss his wine,the industry and take calls. <br> <br> I look forward to every show and it only gets better from here. <br> <br> To listen in to the radio show go to: www.blogtalkradio.com/stuthewineguru.com <br> To call in call: 1-646-381-4860 <br> To email a question to me go to : info@stuthewineguru.com <br> To see my website and learn more about wine go to : www.stuthewineguru.com </p>

  • Wine Basics: How to Sip Wine and Truly Enjoy The Experience

    <p> <span><br> Hi Ladies: <br> <br> So recently, I had been asked via your emails, to write a blog about wine for the complete novice. Okay, so here goes. <br> <br> First things first, sipping wine is an experience to be enjoyed and savored. So sit back, get a glass of red wine, get comfy in front of your laptop or desktop, and come on a journey with me. <br> <br> You will only need a glass of red wine and a thirst for wine knowledge</span> <span>(pun intended)</span><span>. <br> <br> Okay, so here is a scenario: You are at a restaurant with some friends who drink wine. They are wine enthusiasts. You, however, are new to this whole wine drinking thing, but eager to jump in with both feet. So, your friend orders some red wine to the table. The sommelier brings it over and removes the cork and places it in front of your friend on the table. <br> <br> Your friend begins to examine the cork and then sniffs it? Okay, weird but you're still with it and you fake your smile as if you understand why he did that. Then he nods his acceptance to the sommelier and the sommelier pours half a glass of wine in your friend's glass. <br> <br> Now things get a bit more strange (to you). He lifts up the glass and starts staring at it in the light, then up against the white table cloth. he mumbles something about the color being "nice" and the clarity being "good". You think he mentioned something about "legs" being long? Then he puts the glass down on the table and starts swirling the glass clockwise. <br> <br> Then he completely dumbfounds you by sticking his nose all the way into the glass and taking a big sniff in. "All-righty," you're thinking, "what was that all about?" Wait, it gets better. Now, he mentions that he smells a combination of "tobacco" and maybe a little "oak" mixed with some "black berries." What? <br> <br> At this point you are not quite sure if he is experiencing a stroke and you should be dialing 911 as the only responsible one of the bunch. The next thing you definitely did not see coming. He takes some of the wine in his mouth in what starts out as a sip, and then you hear "slurping." His expression is that of a man who is imitating a dying fish, with the pucker and the sucking in noises. Then he did this thing which sounded like a closed mouth gargle. What's up with that? <br> <br> You now wonder, "What did I get myself into here?" Now, after he swallows the wine, he starts commenting about "what a fruit bomb it is" and he thinks "it had a weak-mid palette but a strong long-lasting finish." <br> <br> So, now you understand everything about wine....Okay kidding. That whole experience actually happened to me the first time I was about to really experience wine. I felt like I was watching a foreign film with no subtitles. Everything seemed laborius and lengthy and a process. I kept thinking, "When are we just going to drink this stuff?" <br> <br> So now I will unlock the code and demystify that whole experience for you. <br> <br> Sipping wine is an experience you enjoy with all of your senses. You use your eyes to look at the wine and determine its color and clarity. That is why he was holding it up to the light and against the white table cloth. The light gives you a look at the initial color of the wine. Is it deep purple like a Cabernet Sauvignon or is it light cranberry, like a Pinot Noir? Furthermore, the white tablecloth gives you a background to measure that color against. <br> <br> Next, that swirling of the glass that you see is to bring air into the glass, and by doing so you bring out the aromas and scents the wine has. Think about it, it may have in in a bottle, tightly corked for a few years, so this airs the wine out. Now about the nose in the glass and sniffing. Key in on this part. This may be the most important part of sipping wine. <br> <br> Realizing that your nasal passages and your mouth and throat are connected, your nose actually gives you a preview of what you are going to taste. Your nose is more powerful at percieiving scents and smells and aromas than your mouth is in perceiving taste. Thats right, so your nose tells your brain, "Hey send a message to the mouth that some interesting stuff is going to be on its way". <br> <br> Although your nose tires quickly it does recover quickly as well, so the sniffing should ne done a couple of times before you sip. That sipping and slurping and closed mouth gargle, that is the way of taking the wine from your tongue to all parts of your mouth. <br> <br> You learn in grade school that the tongue has taste receptors and they distinguish between; sweet, salty, bitter, and so on. With wine-tasting your whole mouth is involved. Your tongue picks up (if done right) what your nose detected. You may detect fruit or sweet, acidity or dryness, a lot of alcohol or very little. The "finish"as it is referred to is the impression the wine left on your senses. <br> <br> So, now you have a glass of red wine. Follow some of these steps. Know that whatever you smell or taste is completely your own personal thing. No right or wrong here. Have fun with it.</span> </p> <p> <span><br> As I say to all of my clients and enthusiasts out there--"If it's time to pour the wine, It's time for Stu The Wine Guru. Drink Up!" Email me with any other questions at info@stuthewineguru.com</span> </p>