B.C. Food and Wine Radio
Heard weekly on the BC Food and Wine Radio Network, Anthony and Kasey set 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 and Kasey 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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This week, we talk with Mark Hicken at Vintage Wine Law about upcoming changes to wineries, head to the Mark Filatow’s Waterfront Restaurant in Kelowna to see how he’s adapting his operation, speak with Dane Chauvel, CEO of Organic Ocean about the DNA of seafood and call Robert Belcham, President of the Chef’s Table Society to discuss major issues in the restaurant industry.
Today, we’ll go to Northern Italy for a report on the Alois Lageder winery, talk to Ian Tostenson, President and CEO of the BC Restaurant Association for an amazing update on the future of restaurants and we’ll speak with Mike Daley on the status of Canada’s first wine village.
Today, Black Hills chief winemaker Ross Wise, MW talks about Nota Bene; Ria Kitsch joins us to speak about their cool namesake wines; we’ll visit the Okanagan Crush Pad where you can cuddle dogs and have your wine, too and Tony and I will talk about men in the backyard burning beef.
This week, we find out how the grocery basket has changed since Covid-19, visit Mt Boucherie to talk about their Original Vines labels and wines, head to Painted Rock on the Skaha bench to discuss the International wine market and speak with the President of the BC Hotel Association about new protocols across the province.