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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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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 40 ratings
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
Some pros and cons
I came across this podcast and I love wine so I had to try! Learned a few new things which is always nice. I also love the guests- very impressive. The biggest detractor for me is the host’s voice- Not her fault or anything, just find it a little annoying! Otherwise pretty okay, if a bit slow.
Jennipodcaster via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/20/21
The combination of terroir and geology is seamless, and what better place than Santa Barbara and California where the wine is excellent and the geology is even more complex and beautiful. The host is well suited to produce this homage to the classic Roadside Geology book series due to her...Read full review »
Swing dancing geologist via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/10/20
Recent Episodes
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Published 04/10/21
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Published 11/20/20
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