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Brenna Quigley
Roadside Terroir
Roadside Terroir is an audio travel guide for wine lovers who want to dig into the subject of terroir. Join geologist Brenna Quigley on a road trip as she explores the unique geologic history of wine regions around the world.
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4.9 stars from 60 ratings
An audio documentary!
If you are thinking of listening, you can jump right in. But I might suggest listening to Levi Dalton interview her on his podcast. Episode #463 of I’ll Drink To That! You will love these two seasons even more. As I said, more documentary than a Q&A podcast. Definitely a deep dive for those...Read full review »
gel_Table10 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/26/22
Brenna makes the geology of Santa Barbara County alive and interesting. Can’t wait to hear of a new region in Season 2!
foodwineclick via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/26/21
I have been hoping for something like this ever since listening to the amazing Interview Brenna Quigley did on I‘ll Drink to That by Levi Dalton. It’s so great to get to hear more (and more detailed) about her insights. Thank you for starting this show!!
Chucks50 via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 04/10/21
Recent Episodes
Episode 3 continues our exploration of pinot noir in the Côte de Beaune by diving into one of the biggest rivalries of the Côte d'Or: Pommard and Volnay. We scour the vineyards, the rocks, and the history books in order to understand why these two neighbors produce such drastically different...
Published 06/17/22
Published 06/17/22
Our second episode takes us out onto the RN74 on a hunt for both rocks and answers. We’re joined by our local geologist-hero, Françoise Vannier as we hike up the Hill of Corton, and down into the Valley of Savigny-les-Beaune and Pernand-Vergelesses. Our goal is to discover the truth behind the...
Published 04/22/22
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