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Mulligan Stew Nov 9th

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 This week on the Stew…


 

Emmy Lou Harris

Emmy Lou Harris


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rolling Stone                    Johnny Rivers.                 Greatest Hits.
Fire on the Bayou.             The Meters.                     The greatest Mardi
Gras concert.Ever
Brand New Day.               Sting.                                     All this time.
Give it back to you.           Bare Naked Ladies.      Grinning Streak.
You can never hold
Back Spring.                     Ton Waits.                            Orphans
Deacon Blues                   Steely Dan.                          A decade of
Blinded by the light.           Bruce Springsteen.    Live in Dublin
Diggin on James Brown.   Tower of Power.           Best of james Brown
Calling out to you.            Tedeschi Trucks band  Made up Mind.
Angel Eyes.                     EmmyLou Harris.              Light of the stable.
Never too late                 Blue Rodeo.                       In our Nature.
We exist.                         Arcade Fire.                        Reflector.
Wooly Bully.                   Ry Cooder &Corridos    Live at great Am.
Famosos.                   Music Hall.
Hard Times Blues.         Eric Clapton.                    Clapton.
Got to serve somebody  Mavis Staples.              Tangled up in blues.
Host.                              Takes a break.                       For quick nap.
Lemon Squeezer.           Fleetwood Mac.              Shrine 69.
Somebody got a hold.    Etta James.                     Best of.
Hold on.                          Alabama Shakes                Boys & Girls.
Death have Mercy.          Harry Manx and
Kevin Breitt.                In Good we Trust.
Comfortably Numb (live). Van Morrison and
Roger Waters.                                                                   At the Movies.
All you need is Love.         The Beatles                     Beatles 67-70.
Long Distance Call (live)    Muddy Waters etc.    Fathers and Sons.

November 9th 2013

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Tasting Room Radio B_BANNER2


It seemed too good to be true. An offer to not only visit Barolo during harvest but also attend the Truffle Festival in Alba as the guest of Batasiolo. Begun in 1882, Batasiolo started with just 7 acres. They have become a winery that makes 10% of all Barolos. Our host: Fiorenzo Dogliani. A family so ingrained in the Piedmont wine region that they have a town named after them. Join us – Barolo and Truffles?  It IS a dream come true!

THE SHOW

Il boscareto

Il boscareto


Il Boscareto Hotel and SpaFor centuries Dogliani has been a name synonymous with the distinctive wines of Piedmont. Both as a picturesque town that has long been famous for wines produced from Dolcetto – Dolcetto di Dogliani – and today as the family surname of one of Piedmont’s most famous producers of Barolo. Fiorenzo Dogliani, CEO of the Dogliani family’s Beni di Batasiolo winery, runs the family enterprise, Batasiolo SPA. In addition to the winery, Batasiolo SPA has embraced a wine-country destination lifestyle with its newly built, 38-room luxury hotel and spa, Il Boscareto which was opened in Serralunga d’Alba in 2009.

Il Boscareto Hotel and Spa

The Dogliani family’s winegrowing history spans four generations in Italy’s Piedmont region and traces its origin to just seven and a half acres of Nebbiolo vines in Barolo. With the launch of Beni di Batasiolo in 1978, the company’s vineyard holdings now total 345 acres from nine vineyard sites and four growing regions: Barolo, La Morra, Monforte D’Alba and Serralunga D’Alba.

Fiorenzo Dogliani

Fiorenzo Dogliani


As CEO, Fiorenzo directs the company from the Beni di Batasiolo winery located in La Morra Cuneo. In the late 1950s, Fiorenzo is credited with reaching beyond the borders of Piedmont to market the family’s wines to restaurateurs in nearby Milan. It was this bold first move that established a presence for the company’s wines on the domestic market and foreshadowed Fiorenzo’s future role as an evangelist for the Piedmont region on the world market.   Fiorenzo was among the first Piedmontese winegrowers to travel extensively to promote his wines   Fiorenzo’s early efforts helped raise visibility for the company’s long-lived Barolo and Barbaresco wines and establish a reputation for quality, one that is rigorously pursued at Batasiolo. By 1979 he was traveling to New York and Toronto introducing the trade and consumers alike to joys of Nebbiolo, an effort that helped speed the evolution of American palates at the time towards the appreciation of dry, sophisticated wines.    
Richardo March

Richardo March


Canada is the number four market in the World for Batasiolo.  In order to talk to Fiorenzo and also travel the Piedmont district we needed a translator, wine expert and driver and we found him in Richardo March. Director of US and Canada sales for Batasiolo.

 
 
www.batasiolo.com http://www.boissetfamilyestates.com http://www.barolodibarolo.com/inglese/ http://www.lonelyplanet.com/italy/liguria-piedmont-and-valle-daosta/piedmont
 

Kimberly and Ziggy in Alba

Kimberly and Ziggy in Alba


 
Also along for the trip and guesting on the special were:   Our host and organizer of the trip … Kimberly Charles – Charles Communications &  Associates in San Francisco. http://www.charlescomm.com/     Ziggy Eschliman,  known to most simply as The Wine Gal. Her radio shows are broadcast throughout wine country and are available on the internet. As a leading American speaker, consultant, and wine writer. Ziggy is a driving force behind a national movement toward making wine hip, fun and accessible. http://www.ziggythewinegal.com
 
 
 
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The World Wine Guys - Mike and Jeff in Alba

 
 
The World Wine Guys MIKE  DeSIMONE and JEFF JENSSEN, also known as the World Wine Guys, are wine, spirits, food, and travel writers, educators, and hosts. They are award winning journalists as well as best selling and award winning authors. Mike and Jeff are the Entertaining and Lifestyle Editors at Wine Enthusiast Magazine and are regular travel and wine contributors for The Huffington Post. DeSimone and Jenssen are the authors of the best-selling Wines Of The Southern Hemisphere. Mike and Jeff are members of the International Food, Wine, and Travel Writers Association, The Society of Wine Educators, and The James Beard Foundation.   http://worldwineguys.com/    
 
 
 

The Truffle Master

The Truffle Master


Truffles everywhere

Truffles everywhere


The famous ‘Tartufo d’Alba‘ is a marvelous gift of nature and a symbol of the rich cuisine of Piemonte.   The truffle was known in antiquity, not just for its inherent culinary qualities but also as an aphrodisiac! Scientists discovered that truffles contain a volatile alcohol with a strong musk flavor, a chemical brother of testosterone. No doubt this is something the ancients knew all along. The secret to enjoying the truffle is to avoid using it with other strong flavors. It is perhaps best served as an antipasti, buttered on whole meal toast or over pasta as shards with butter and parmigiano reggiano cheese.   In a country where food equates with love as one of life’s great pleasures, ‘tartufi’ are literally worth their weight in gold. The delicate white truffle variety, only served raw, grows in Northern Italy and Umbria. Piedmonte is the heart of white truffle country, where the famous Alba festival provides a magnificent backdrop of Romanesque ruins, Gothic spires and Baroque bell towers every October.   Thank you Batasiolo. Thank you Kimberly and thank you Italy!!
   
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Stories we are working on:

  • The Lake Sonoma Story
  • Dominque Demarville – The Cellar Master at Veuve Clicquot
  • Martha Wainwright – singer/songwriter/wine fan
  • Richard Parsons – Ill Palazonne
  • Thierry Threlfall – sommelier of the Year pours his new wine TNT
  • Carlo Mondavi returns to Vancouver
  • 2012 World Winemaker of the Year Jorge Riccitelli of Bodega Norton
  • 2013 Cornucopia Wine festival – Whistler

 

November 6th 2013

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Tasting Room Radio AB_BANNER   It seemed too good to be true. An offer to not only visit Barolo during harvest but also attend the Truffle Festival in Alba as the guest of Batasiolo. Begun in 1882, Batasiolo started with just 7 acres. They have become a winery that makes 10% of all Barolos. Our host: Fiorenzo Dogliani. A family so ingrained in the Piedmont wine region that they have a town named after them. Join us – Barolo and Truffles?  It IS a dream come true!

THE SHOW

Il Boscareto Hotel and SpaFor centuries Dogliani has been a name synonymous with the distinctive wines of Piedmont. Both as a picturesque town that has long been famous for wines produced from Dolcetto – Dolcetto di Dogliani – and today as the family surname of one of Piedmont’s most famous producers of Barolo. Il boscaretoFiorenzo Dogliani, CEO of the Dogliani family’s Beni di Batasiolo winery, runs the family enterprise, Batasiolo SPA. In addition to the winery, Batasiolo SPA has embraced a wine-country destination lifestyle with its newly built, 38-room luxury hotel and spa, Il Boscareto which was opened in Serralunga d’Alba in 2009.

Il Boscareto Hotel and Spa

The Dogliani family’s winegrowing history spans four generations in Italy’s Piedmont region and traces its origin to just seven and a half acres of Nebbiolo vines in Barolo. With the launch of Beni di Batasiolo in 1978, the company’s vineyard holdings now total 345 acres from nine vineyard sites and four growing regions: Barolo, La Morra, Monforte D’Alba and Serralunga D’Alba.

Fiorenzo Dogliani

Fiorenzo Dogliani


As CEO, Fiorenzo directs the company from the Beni di Batasiolo winery located in La Morra Cuneo. In the late 1950s, Fiorenzo is credited with reaching beyond the borders of Piedmont to market the family’s wines to restaurateurs in nearby Milan. It was this bold first move that established a presence for the company’s wines on the domestic market and foreshadowed Fiorenzo’s future role as an evangelist for the Piedmont region on the world market.   Fiorenzo was among the first Piedmontese winegrowers to travel extensively to promote his wines   Fiorenzo’s early efforts helped raise visibility for the company’s long-lived Barolo and Barbaresco wines and establish a reputation for quality, one that is rigorously pursued at Batasiolo. By 1979 he was traveling to New York and Toronto introducing the trade and consumers alike to joys of Nebbiolo, an effort that helped speed the evolution of American palates at the time towards the appreciation of dry, sophisticated wines.    
Richardo March

Richardo March


Canada is the number four market in the World for Batasiolo.  In order to talk to Fiorenzo and also travel the Piedmont district we needed a translator, wine expert and driver and we found him in Richardo March. Director of US and Canada sales for Batasiolo.

 
 
www.batasiolo.com http://www.boissetfamilyestates.com http://www.barolodibarolo.com/inglese/ http://www.lonelyplanet.com/italy/liguria-piedmont-and-valle-daosta/piedmont
 

Kimberly and Ziggy in Alba

Kimberly and Ziggy in Alba


 
Also along for the trip and guesting on the special were:   Our host and organizer of the trip … Kimberly Charles – Charles Communications &  Associates in San Francisco. http://www.charlescomm.com/     Ziggy Eschliman,  known to most simply as The Wine Gal. Her radio shows are broadcast throughout wine country and are available on the internet. As a leading American speaker, consultant, and wine writer. Ziggy is a driving force behind a national movement toward making wine hip, fun and accessible. http://www.ziggythewinegal.com
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
[divider]
 

The World Wine Guys - Mike and Jeff in Alba

 
 
The World Wine Guys MIKE  DeSIMONE and JEFF JENSSEN, also known as the World Wine Guys, are wine, spirits, food, and travel writers, educators, and hosts. They are award winning journalists as well as best selling and award winning authors. Mike and Jeff are the Entertaining and Lifestyle Editors at Wine Enthusiast Magazine and are regular travel and wine contributors for The Huffington Post. DeSimone and Jenssen are the authors of the best-selling Wines Of The Southern Hemisphere. Mike and Jeff are members of the International Food, Wine, and Travel Writers Association, The Society of Wine Educators, and The James Beard Foundation.   http://worldwineguys.com/    
 
 
 
 
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    The Truffle Master   The famous ‘Tartufo d’Alba‘ is a marvelous gift of nature and a symbol of the rich cuisine of Piemonte.   The truffle was known in antiquity, not just for its inherent culinary qualities but also as an aphrodisiac! Scientists discovered that truffles contain a volatile alcohol with a strong musk flavor, a chemical brother of testosterone. No doubt this is something the ancients knew all along. The secret to enjoying the truffle is to avoid using it with other strong flavors. It is perhaps best served as an antipasti, buttered on whole meal toast or over pasta as shards with butter and parmigiano reggiano cheese.   In a country where food equates with love as one of life’s great pleasures, ‘tartufi’ are literally worth their weight in gold. The delicate white truffle variety, only served raw, grows in Northern Italy and Umbria. Piedmonte is the heart of white truffle country, where the famous Alba festival provides a magnificent backdrop of Romanesque ruins, Gothic spires and Baroque bell towers every October.   Thank you Batasiolo. Thank you Kimberly and thank you Italy!!
The name says it all    
 

Stories we are working on:

The Lake Sonoma Story
Dominque Demarville – The Cellar Master at Veuve Clicquot
Martha Wainwright – singer/songwriter/wine fan
Richard Parsons – Ill Palazonne
Thierry Threlfall – sommelier of the Year pours his new wine TNT
Carlo Mondavi returns to Vancouver
2012 World Winemaker of the Year Jorge Riccitelli of Bodega Norton
2013 Cornucopia Wine festival – Whistler
 

Mulligan Stew Nov 2nd

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Two – count em – two guests on this Stew. Martha Wainwright..of the Wainwrights – has two dates at festival Hall Calgary Nov 7/8. We talk about the loss of her Mother Kate and life amongst The McGarrigles/Wainwrights. Also wonderful stories about Sing me the Songs, the film she and Rufus shot in tribute to their Mother (it will show in Calgary) And her fourth studio LP Come Home to Mama!!   Catch her this time around if you can because she’s pregnant and taking time off to be a Mom.              The High Bar Gang has yet to tour but that’s because getting them all together is like herding cats. I talk to Barney Bentall and Colin Nairn about The Gang and how it all came to be. This is not Mulligan Stew music per se but these are absolutely Mulligan Stew people.

PLAYLIST

Hang Loose Alabama Shakes Boys and Girls
Help Me Harry Manx West eats Meet
I dont need no Doctor Joan Osborne Bring it on home
Lindi Ortega Interview Tin Star CD
All these cats Lindi Ortega Tin Star CD
Lindi Ortega Interview tin star
Tin Star Lindi Ortega tin star
Host TDM Mulligan Stew
Into the Mystic (live) Van Morrison At the movies
 Barney bentall. Colin nairn The High Bar gang Interview
 Paul and Silas The High Bar Gang Lost & Undone
Barney and Colin The High Bar Gang Interview
 Hand in hand with Jesus The High Bar Gang Lost and Undone
Barney and Colin The High Bar Gang Interview
Green pastures in the Sky The High Bar Gang Lost and Undone
Barney and Colin The High Bar Gang Interview
 all my Tears The High Bar Gang Lost and Undone
Hour Two Of Da Stew Hallo
Crazy bout an automobile Ry Cooder & Corridos Famosos Live at Great Amerciacan Music Hall
Route 66 John Mayer Cars Soundtrack
Son of a Preacher Man (live) Joss Stone Introducing Joss Stone
Sailing Shoes Randy Newman. Valerie Carter Rock and Roll Doctor
Breakdown (live) Tom Petty/Heartbreakers Pack up the Plantation
Host tdm the stew
Martha Wainwright Interview Come Home to Mama CD
Proserpina Martha Wainwright Come home to Mama
martha Wainwright Interview
Martha and Rufus Wainwright I am a Diamond Sing me the Songs
Martha Wainwright Interview
can u believe it Martha Wainwright Come home to mama
Martha Wainwright Interview
Kate McGarrigle I just want to make it last Sing me the songs