Submitted by Alexander Silva... on Tue, 04/24/2018 - 11:09am This episode is currently not viewable online.
This is a three part episode where Ralph DeAmicis, host and wine tour guide talks about the strategies that growers in Napa and Sonoma are using to adapt to the climate change that they have been measuring for many years. The second segment is about how ride sharing has changed wine country. The third segment is about the ongoing series on BioDynamics. Produced in September 2017.
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This is a behind the scenes look at what the guides do during a high end private wine tour. Spanning three days in November in Napa California it looks at the complicated process that underlies the clients experience. The host of Wine County at work, Ralph de Amicis, is a top flight tour guide in the worlds top wine destination. He takes the audience along for the ride.
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This is the second improved version of the episode about this wonderful calendar created by photographer Nicole Marino themed around wine country in the 1800's featuring wine makers from various small vineyards around the valley. This version includes the calendar photography that was not available when the first version was released. The calendar is a benefit for the Yountville Military Veterans home.
Submitted by Alexander Silva... on Tue, 04/24/2018 - 11:03am This episode is currently not viewable online.
This interview with Nicole Marino, popular Napa photographer discusses the making of her Decadent Winemakers Calendar featuring folks from this famous wine making region. Interviewed by host Ralph DeAmicis, tour guide, its a great look inside the process.
(1) TAC Tour of Iran 2017 was a 17-day journey to key ancient and medieval sites in the cradle of civilization. In this short video, tour participants express their reactions to a transformative experience, which will be repeated in 2018. (2) This film is primarily about the daily lives and traditions of the Turkic Alevi woodmen. The woodmen are a group of Turkmen who for centuries have carried on timber harvesting and living in the mountainous region close to the western and southern shores of Turkey.
Produced in 2018 by Archaeological Legacy Institute