On this weeks episode, Shelley and Phil sit down with Elsom Cellars owner, Jody Elsom and taste through 6, count ‘em, SIX wines from the urban winery! Jody Elsom is a pioneer in the Seattle urban winery movement and has been producing brilliant Washington wines, in the city, since 2006. You aren’t likely to find these on your grocers shelves but we urge you to listen to this episode, then visit their website (or, if you live in Seattle, visit their tasting room!) and pick up some of their wines. You will not be sorry! #HappyFriday #ItsWineTime #Cheersing #BonusContentAtTheEnd
Wines tasted this episode:
For more information on Elsom Cellars, please visit http://www.elsomcellars.com
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Wine Time Fridays Wine Word of the Week – Urban Winery
An urban winery is a relatively new phenomenon whereby producers choose to locate winemaking facilities in an urban environment, rather than in the more traditional, rural locations.
Other wines we enjoyed this week: Clearwater Canyon Lochsa, Waterbrook Chardonnay, Cense Rosé, Davey & Browne Vortex Red
Vintage Spokane, Gary Vaynerchuck, Innovation Collective, Nick Smoot, Sarah Spade, Rebecca Weber, Metropolitan Grill, Tom Black, The Grape Basket, Seattle Made, The Greatest Song You Never Heard podcast, Ryan Kalil, Firestone Vineyard, Trevor Treller, Sam Doyle
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