Winecast 75 – Etienne Hugel

by Tim Elliott on August 3, 2008

I’m back with an interview with Etienne Hugel of Hugel & Fils. This family winery has been passed from father to son for 12 generations and makes some of the best wines from France’s Alsace region. We also talk about a virtual tasting over Twitter organized by Bin Ends Wines later this month.

Show Notes:

00:25 – Introduction and background on Hugel & Fils
01:49 – Interview with Etienne Hugel
31:31 – Details of Bin Ends Wines Twitter Tasting
38:57 – Contact Details
39:08 – Next Show Theme

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  • http://www.grapefan.blogspot.com Colin

    Great show. I really enjoyed it AND learned a lot from it.

  • http://winecast.net Tim

    A LOT more where that came from, Colin. Stay tuned…

  • Chris

    Great show. Being a fan of Hugel wines, it was nice to hear Etienne talk about the history of the winery.

    And I’m glad to see that more podcasts of this sort will be done in the future !

  • Edgar Soto

    Does this cast have a promo to play on my podcast,the EngineRev podcast,listen to it,it’s not bad

  • http://winecast.net Tim

    Edgar: At the bottom of both my podcast feeds is my promo. Feel free to play it on your show:

    http://feeds.feedburner.com/winecast-mp3

    Cheers!

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  • http://www.hugel.com Hugel

    There are new at Hugel:
    Visit twitter account: http://twitter.com/Hugelwine
    visit the facebook fan page: http://bit.ly/RzrOx
    Visit the videos: http://www.youtube.com/hugelwine
    Visit the blog: http://blog.hugel.com/en/
    visit the website: http://www.hugel.com/

  • Betweennapsontheporch

    Really found this interesting…especially love the correction about “growing” wine as opposed to making it. I enjoy your interviewing style. You really give the person your interviewing an opportunity to speak and share without interrupting…thanks so much.
    Susan

    • http://winecast.net Tim

      Thanks for your feedback, Susan. It helps me to figure out how to reinvent the podcast without losing sight of what people like. I’ll continue with interview shows like this one but my next episode will be the monologue format coming out tomorrow.

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