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Tsunamis, volcanoes, tornadoes, earthquakes...these are real-life monsters. We like to think we’re prepared for a catastrophe. But time and time again, Mother Nature proves us wrong. Each week, Natural Disasters examines the earth’s biggest catastrophes that took countless lives, destroyed communities, and toppled civilizations. Natural Disasters is a Parcast Original with new episodes released every Thursday.
 
Natural disasters are increasing across the nation. In the West, these disasters often come in the form of wildfire, and perhaps no state understands the true cost of wildfire like California. The Golden State has always had forest fires, but they're progressively becoming harder to control and more deadly. At the same time, the state's population has surpassed 40 million, pushing people further into wild spaces that have been adapted to fire. California Burning takes a critical look at how ...
 
Future episodes will be available here: http://knowyourdisaster.libsyn.com/ Come with me! Miss Alex is known for sharing the stories of horrific plagues during awkward lunch hours. She's an avid reader of Wikipedia's "list of worst natural disasters" page, and reading Camus's "The Plague" as a 14-year-old scared the crap out of her just enough to become fascinated with them (and terrified of rodents). She loves telling stories, and she wants to share a crazy one with you.
 
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In the first episode of Drunk Dial-- Adam and MAR's new hotline for listener questions-- King of Biodynamics Rudolf Steiner leaves a message from the grave to see what California white wines he should be drinking and they answer questions about volatile acidity, why yeast inoculation is such a big part of natural wine, what pairs with Frito Pies an…
 
Adam & MAR attempt Zoom technology with winemaker James Jelks while drinking Florèz Wines’ “Moonmilk,” chat about Chardonnay, Santa Cruz wines and god knows what else.We’re doing our best so thanks for tuning in during this insane time.Natural Disasters with Marissa and Adam による
 
This is a first. With Marissa out sick Adam does a solo ep. He interviews Vinny Eng, the sommelier, political activist, writer, and all around great person. They talk about the restaurant industry and how COVID-19 is probably going to change it forever.Natural Disasters with Marissa and Adam による
 
MAR & Adam contemplate what if this was the last episode of the podcast? Ever?! And if it was, what are the big takeaways from the pod? Please note this episode was recorded before the pandemic reached its new heights. This is a serious matter and despite our love of laughing, we know coronavirus is no joke.…
 
Adam and listeners have been wanting a pairing episode since ND started in 2018. MAR has always been skeptical but WE'RE DOING IT! Tune in today for part one, where Adam and MAR test four different wines with seven different snacks. Tune in next week to hear part two, where Adam and MAR discuss pairing in general and junk food pairings, MAR's least…
 
Adam and MAR discuss different kinds of wine fraud, ponder the possibility of a rise in wine fraud if the tariffs go into effect and somehow come full circle on it all while drinking Domaine La Taupe's 2017 "Surin"Natural Disasters with Marissa and Adam による
 
MAR and Adam GET REAL with hospitality activist and educator Ashtin Berry over a bottle of Ad Vinum's 2017 "Levat" rosé. The brilliant Berry, who's also a sommelier & bartender, takes us to school on creating equity in the industry, how community needs to be as sustainable as environmental practices, the time her & Adam got into in the comments and…
 
Native Californians used fire to maintain the forests that surrounded them for more than 14,000 years. This prevented future wildfires and supported many plants and animals that need fire to thrive. On the second episode of California Burning, Matt shadows a pyrogeographer and learns how the Yurok Tribe on the Klamath River and the Amah Mutsun Trib…
 
Fire behavior is complicated, but can often be predicted. On the third episode of California Burning, we dive into the science of fire by visiting a wildland fire lab and a sustainable timber operation. We also hear from firefighters, forest rangers, and the “Helltown Hotshots” who risked it all to save their town during the Camp Fire.…
 
Wildfires are no longer isolated to our forests in California. They now also threaten our cities. On the fourth episode of California Burning, we focus on where urban and wild spaces meet and hear from people who have experienced some of the most tragic fires in California’s history.Matt Fidler による
 
How can we address all the different factors associated with the wildfires plaguing California? On the fifth and final episode of California Burning, we seek solutions. We learn about alternative building materials that can withstand fire, and we go to a fire-resistant house that was the only in its neighborhood to survive the 2018 Carr Fire.…
 
Adam and MAR have always supported universal glassware. But which is the best? Zalto? INAO? Stemless? On this episode, join Adam and MAR while they drink Frank Cornelissen's "Susucaru" Rosato out everything from $3 Crate and Barrel glasses to Madonna Inn goblets to find the best glass for your bottles. Natural Disasters is powered by Simplecast.…
 
Natural disasters are increasing across the nation. In the West, these disasters often come in the form of wildfire, and perhaps no state understands the true cost of wildfire as California. While the Golden State has always had forest fires, these conflagrations are progressively becoming harder to control and more deadly. At the same time, Califo…
 
MAR and Adam drink Staigaire’s “Sweat Dreams” and talk about dry farming: what it is, why it’s a pillar of natural wine philosophies and whether or not climate change may change that. Natural Disasters is powered by Simplecast.Marissa A. Ross and Adam Vourvoulis による
 
Adam and MAR drink Alessandro Viola’s “Sinfonia di Grillo” while talking about one of the natural wine world’s brightest stars: Orange wine. They’ll take you through how it’s made, what gives it that bright orange color, and how MAR’s campaign to call it “skin-contact” has pretty much failed. Natural Disasters is powered by Simplecast.…
 
Adam surprises MAR with a new segment called "Poppin' Off" where they open sparkling wine and spring topics on one another without warning APPARENTLY since MAR was def not ready for this conversation about a sub sandwich chain's natural house wine. For fans of the OG rambles, you're welcome. Natural Disasters is powered by Simplecast.…
 
Ordering wine at restaurants can be a pain in the ass even for pros. In this episode, Adam and MAR discuss the ways they navigate a wine list, when to send wines back and other wine list related shit, like Adam's hard stance on corkage and MAR's shock to hear there are people out there not tipping on wine. It's HRN's annual summer fund drive, this …
 
Adam and MAR go through the entire Court of Master Sommeliers' Deductive Tasting Format with an unlabeled bottle from a winemaker you probably know of and wow, it was TURBID. It's HRN's annual summer fund drive, this is when we turn to our listeners and ask that you make a donation to help ensure a bright future for food radio. Help us keep broadca…
 
Wine fairs are growing faster and bigger by the minute. It seems there's a new one in a new city almost monthly. This is GREAT news! However, have you ever been overwhelmed and totally lost trying to figure out how to navigate a room of 400 people while also figuring out what wines to taste and which wine makers to visit? Have no fear, Adam and MAR…
 
It’s June so Adam and MAR discuss the totally expected topic of summer wines while drinking some totally unexpected gems. JK what else would we be drinking if it wasn’t Calcarius' "OrangeJulius" Falaghina, Le Sot de L'ange's "Malolatix” and Micro Bio's "Correcaminos.” Heads up: There has been a lot of bottle variation on the “Correcaminos” since th…
 
You finally get your hands on that wine you've been dying to try and... it sucks? In this episode, Adam and MAR discuss bottle variation, when wines don't live up to their hype and how to manage your expectations, which is just good for everything in life TBH. Natural Disasters is powered by Simplecast.…
 
What does it mean when someone says "typicity", are all grapes supposed to taste the same? Marissa and Adam explore two Pinot Noir's (Scar of the Sea from California and The Other Right from Australia) and see if they can find the common thread. Natural Disasters is powered by Simplecast.Marissa A. Ross and Adam Vourvoulis による
 
A podcast about wine and sh*t. Mostly wine, but who's to say? Join wine professionals Marissa A. Ross (Bon Appétit Magazine) and Adam Vourvoulis (Vin de California) for the basics, in's and out's and latest conversations around natural wine. Natural Disasters is powered by Simplecast.Marissa A. Ross and Adam Vourvoulis による
 
Oak. People love it or hate it but all MAR and Adam are saying is give oak a chance! Tune in to get a general run down on the different types of oak you can get at the oak store (including what's in the bargain bin), how oak affects a wine's flavor profile, how MAR believes oak can actually be a flaw/fault, and more while drinking the super delicio…
 
MAR and Adam have a lot of opinions about how natural wine is being called a "trend" in the media. If you don't like their freewheelin' rambles, this is not an ep for you, but if you DO LIKE hearing about how natural wine is a passionate lifestyle choice people have made for decades, how MAR is the shitty Rolling Stones reporter that ruined your fa…
 
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