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Charles Smith is a rockstar in the wine world. Hear his incredible story on this week's episode of In the Drink with Joe Campanale. After managing rock bands in Scandinavia for nine years, Charles Smith returned to the United States in 1999 to start his wine career, which began with a wine shop and has since evolved into an illustrious career in winemaking. A self-taught winemaker, Charles is a true artisan and a pioneer in the wine world. In 2008, K Vintners was recognized by Wine & Spirits magazine as one of the "Best New Wineries of the Last Ten Years," and as "Winery of the Year" in their annual buying guide. In 2009 Food & Wine magazine awarded Charles "Winemaker of the Year" and in 2010 Seattle Magazine recognized Charles as their "Winemaker of the Year."

"Wine and eating well and drinking well is part of the good life - whether it's rustic or a three star michelin restaurant - it's the same." [04:00]

"When somebody purchases a bottle of my wine they'll get rewarded by getting top notch wine that can be drank that day." [19:00]

--Charles Smith on In the Drink

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This week on Eating Matters, host Kim Kessler kicks off this show about food policy and political change with guest Michael Dimock. Michael is the President of Roots of Change which works to develop and support a collaborative network of leaders and institutions in California with interest in establishing a sustainable food system in the state by the year 2030. Talking to Kim about his latest projects as well as recent legislation concerning food, Michael explains what he has observed having been in the trenches lobbying for the food movement issues. In the second half of the show, Kim continues the conversation with Michael before introducing a new segment, Policy Made Personal, featuring UCLA Law student Sofia Beltran, reading an original essay. This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"We believe that more unified power in the food movement is what's needed to overcome the resistance at the policy level." [2:24]

"How do we get those who vote with their fork to now vote with their votes around these issues?" [25:45]

--Michael Dimock on Eating Matters

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This week on Let's Get Real, host Erica Wides kicks off the show with a throw-back discussion on the designer jean trend that dates back to the disco era, complete with the pricey Jordache jeans and the Toughskins discount brand that featured the 'husky' size. [Erica laments which brand her parents endorsed.] Where's Erica going with this? She explains how she's stunned by the rising costs of food and quality ingredients. After the break, Erica goes on to relate a few family memories to the inflating costs of fruit, and in particular, how many fruits have fallen victim to being overly processed, such as the apple. The one fruit that has evaded becoming a Fruit By the Foot or Jellybean happens to be one of her favorites: the pear. Tune in to hear Erica's thoughts on real food versus its evil, processed twin. This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"Why do we need to process the shit out of our food?" [19:20]

"Pears are like wine, they need time." [27:25]

--Erica Wides on Let's Get Real

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