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1:OO - 1:3O /// The Farm Report
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This week on The Morning After, hosts Jessie Kiefer and Sari Kamin chat up some crazy food news including a particular McDonald's review, SkyMall Magazine closing shop, and America bracing for a dog cafe to compete with the Japanese cat cafes. Brian Leventhal is officially welcomed on-air as the guest and tells Jessie and Sari about his journey coming up through the wine industry. Co-founders of Brooklyn Winery, Brian Land John Stires previously worked together at an internet startup. While there, they made their own wine with a group of co-workers at a winemaking facility in New Jersey. After realizing what an incredible amount of fun winemaking is, then observing a nearly complete lack of wineries in Brooklyn, and recognizing that New Yorkers are obsessed with all things local, Brian and John quit their jobs (in a terrible economy, no less) to open the business. He goes on to share the tales of unrelenting passion and dedication involved in their innovative idea that led them to officially open the winery less than a year after the company’s inception, plus the details of the winery operation and wines to expect in the coming year. Tune in for a great show, plus find out how Brian fares on The Morning After Quiz! This program was brought to you by The International Culinary Center.

"Let's listen to the market and actually adapt our business to what people want. That doesn't change the fact that we make great wine." [35:00]

"The winery at this point runs because of the ability of all my employees. It's a great time." [40:00]

--Brian Leventhal on The Morning After


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This week on The Farm Report, host Erin Fairbanks takes listeners along for a trip to Cain Vineyard & Winery in California. Cradled in a spectacular bowl overlooking the Napa Valley from the crest of the Spring Mountain District, Cain Vineyard & Winery is dedicated to the creation of three Cabernet blends, each drawn from its own unique vineyard sources, each with its own distinctive signature. The conversation with friend Kate Hardwick and winemaker Chris Howell covers topics from precipitation patterns, climate change, scientific research, all pertaining to the Napa Valley, to tracking how the Cain grapes grew last year and chatting about pruning techniques. After the break, Chris shares his personal thoughts on how wine should truly be enjoyed and its relationship with food. Tune in for a very special show! This program was brought to you by The International Culinary Center.

"The beauty of wine is that the most interesting wines do reflect the place where the grape vines grow."

"Wines are meant to be drunk and, only in my world I'll say, with food. Wines are not a cocktail."

"People take wine too seriously! Wine can remind of were the grapes gorw, the eatrt, the soil and ask us to think about our connection to the earth."

--Chris Howell on The Farm Report


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Let's go to Tasmania! Native host Briana Kurtz welcomes Shane Mitchell, Saveur Magazine Contributing Editor, to chat about her recent article and travels to the unique island. Telling Briana how such 'off the beaten path' locations are her bread and butter, Shane takes Briana through the best parts of Tasmania including the food scene, things to do, the amazing beaches, as well as the interesting and tasty spirits that are coming off the island. Tasmania is a burgeoning destination so tune in to find out tons more! This program was brought to you by Myriad Restaurant Group.


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"A friend of mine who lives in Sydney was trying to describe Tasmania to me before I left and he said 'it's like Vermont with bigger sharks!'" [2:32]

"About 45% of Tasmania is preserved land, it'll never be developed, so it is one of the wildest places on Earth still." [4:40]

"There are some great ingredients right in Tasmania that everyone wants!" [16:50]

--Shane Mitchell on Native


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