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An entertaining yet informative Podcast brought to you by the Wine Road.

 

By now you’ve probably heard that the Wine Road has its very own podcast.

It’s a fast, fun-filled 20 minutes or so of all the great things along the Wine Road. We sure have a blast making it each week.

Besides a good laugh, the Wine Road podcast is packed full of great tips and timely information

We discuss how to make the most of your visit to wine country. In addition to wine tasting and touring tips, we explain the meaning of common wine and winemaking terms terms you may hear and we also shine a spotlight on local wines which we taste live and tell the story of the winery in each episode. We also cover current wine and food books and frequently have a new and interesting wine related item to share. Plus we have occasional give-aways and contests for our loyal podcast listeners.

 

Tune in for episodes with special guests from the community giving their expertise on everything from the local theater scene to zip lining through the redwoods to historical sites and annual festivals.

Stephan Stubbins co-Executive Producer of  Transcendence Theater Company

We have you covered.

Whether you are a local or traveling from afar looking to maximize your time. Our popular 3-Day Itineraries, details on farmers markets and music festivals along with great places for picnics, hikes and biking can steer you in the right direction. From local coffee to cider to craft brews and spirits if it’s along the Wine Road we’ve got it covered!

DJ Bethy Beth and Donna Del Rey of Relish Culinary Adventures in Healdsburg

Laugh along with hosts Millie and DJ Bethy-Beth and check a few of our favorite episodes below:

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Personal stories written by Wine Road Members. We want to give our visitors an insight as to what makes us tick Along the Wine Road. We want to connect with you in a personal way, not just wine, but about what’s important to us and has made us the Winemakers, the Winery Owners, the Tasting Room Manager or The Innkeeper.

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