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I really love Catavino – it’s such an informative and innovative source of information on Spanish & Portuguese wines. The food of the region is key, but it’s just as vital to know about the great wines available too. This is the place to find out!
Jose Pizzaro http://www.josepizarro.com


With the boom in Blogging, you like me might have missed out on a few new technologies associated with it. One of these is Podcasting: a new way to broadcast yourself online for free. Nowadays, with sites like [podcasting.com->http://podcasting.com/] helping out, anyone can get a “radio station” of there own. One station that I ran into the other day is [Talking about Wine->http://www.talkingaboutwine.com]. Henry Barrow, the voice of this podcast, started talking about wine in 1967, while he was also the color tv announcer for the Miami Dolphins. [Now Henry is retired but too excited about wine not to do something about it.->http://www.talkingaboutwine.com/henry/]

While poking around, I found [this podcast->http://www.talkingaboutwine.com/2005/04/10/martinezsierra1/] where the podcaster interviews María Martínez-Sierra, who is a female wine maker in the male dominated world of Spain. She also happens to be the owner of Bodegas Montecillo, located in La Rioja.
Montecillo Wine Label

Funny enough, I happened to find another interview with María over at [Grape Radio!->http://www.graperadio.com/archives/2005/07/25/the-wines-of-sierra-bodegas-montecillo/]. I guess María is on a bit of a publicity tour!

till soon, ryan

Other podcasts on wine include:
[wine making radio->http://www.winemakingradio.com/]
[cheers to food and wine->http://www.cheerstowineandfood.com/]
[Click here to search for more->http://www.podcastdirectory.com/podcasts/]

Quick side note, before I was going to post this, I found one more Podcast to check out. It ties in nice with the interview with Roy Hersh…[Grape Radio takes on the 2003 Port Vintage->http://www.graperadio.com/archives/2005/07/04/all-about-port/]