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Barrel to Bottle: German Wine Across the Decades

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Barrel to Bottle: Ian Millar Talks Glenfiddich and More

Ian Millar has seen it all and has the stories and knowledge to prove it. Ian and Kirstin Grant of William Grant & Sons join the Barrel to Bottle Crew for a conversation about the past, present and future of Glenfiddich.
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Barrel to Bottle: It's All Tradition at Samuel Smith's Old Brewery

In a beer scene dominated by all the hottest styles and latest releases, sometimes it's refreshing to take a look at the classics.
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Barrel to Bottle: Barbara Widmer shares Brancaia

In 1981, the Widmer family fell in love with Tuscany, purchasing the Brancaia estate in Castellina in Chianti.
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Barrel to Bottle Episode 78: Westland's Matt Hofmann Defines American Single Malt

Not only is Westland Distillery leading the charge for American single malt whiskey, but they're capturing the Pacific Northwest in every bottle of single malt whiskey they produce (yes, whiskey with an E, it's American).
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Barrel to Bottle Episode 77: Hypeworthy?

All those legendary, unobtainable bottles - are they worth the hype? The Barrel to Bottle crew tastes iconic, collectible whiskey, so you don't have to.
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Barrel to Bottle Episode 76: Sour Styles: Geuze and Lambic

Sour beers make up one of the most sought after styles around today. Sours are the ultimate beers for beer nerds, perfectly illustrating how beer is a combination of science and art.
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Barrel to Bottle Episode 75: Syrah in the Northern Rhone

Fruit, earth, meaty and savory and floral characteristics: when you're talking about wine, syrah from the Northern Rhone includes some of the most intense and complex reds in the world.
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Barrel to Bottle Episode 74: Fire and Ice

Winter keeps holding on in Chicago, so we're talking about wine perfect for the weather: mulled wine and ice wine.
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Barrel to Bottle Episode 73: The GlenAllachie is Finally Here

Despite being constructed in the 1960’s, the only way to get a taste of GlenAllachie over the last half-century was through rare independent bottlings or as a component in favorite blended Scotch.
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