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Heard weekly on the BC Food and Wine Radio Network, Anthony Gismondi sets the table for the weekend, pointing you to great wine buys, the best in restaurant dining and all things connected to food and wine. Among the many guests who have joined Anthony on B.C. Food and Wine Radio are: Gordon Ramsay, Piero Antinori, Paul Draper, Aurelio Montes, Peter Gago, Miguel Torres, John Bishop and Rob Feenie.


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    B.C. Food and Wine Radio: May 11, 2022

    Broadcasting from Corcelettes Estate Winery overlooking the stunning Similkameen Vallety, our hosts Charlie and Jesce Baessler start us off, followed by their neighbours, Michael Clark, winemaker for Clos du Soleil who tells us about wild ferments, John Weber, owner and winemaker for Orofino Vineyards, who is selling a delicious rosé in a bag, and Kevin and Anna-Marie Klippenstein, owners of Klippers Organic Farms, who tempt us with fresh bake goods, coffee, and organic and artisanal wares in their marketplace and cafe. 
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    B.C. Food and Wine Radio: May 4, 2022

    Broadcasting from the South Okanagan, Burrowing Owl winemaker Kent MacDonald starts us off, sharing which wines of his age best and what it's like working with the well-established vines, some now 40 years old, of our host winery; Pascal Madevon winemaker and his new Associate winemaker and viticulturist Bree Toor, join us from French Door Winery to talk about what steps they are taking to combat climate change affects; Michael Kullman, the COO Wineamaker for Osoyoos Larose is hitting his stride after four years in BC and reveals plans to style of their signature wine; Master of Wine Geoffrey Moss lays out what makes the Black Sage Bench above Oliver, unique and special. 
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    B.C. Food and Wine Radio: April 20, 2022

    We're on the road for our Oliver/Osoyoos Grape Escape, broadcasting from Burrowing Owl Estate Winery. It's a family affair with Chris Wyse and winery founder Jim Wyse, who are excited to share the stories behind their now almost 30-year-old winery, including their recent acquisition of Wild Goose Winery;the reopening their Sonoran restaurant, hospitality offerings. Hester Creek winemaker Mark Hopely comes armed with two wines and information about their popular cooking classes; Road 13 winemaker Barclay Robinson is working with Young Agrarians and explains why this organization is vital to all of us; Liquidity winemaker Amy Paynter talks about her first vintage with the winery and introduces some new wines. 

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