Wine Country at Work - Viader Vineyards

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Perched on the steep hillsides of Howell Mountain in Northern Napa, this small family winery is known for its remarkable wines and incredible scenery. Here Ralph is looking for answers about how much the location shapes both the products and the experience? The answer appears to be, dramatically! This episode is not surprisingly filled with gorgeous scenery and a wonderful interview with the tasting manager, a native of Napa with wonderful insights about the local wine world.

Wine Country at Work - Trefethen Winery

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Houses in one of Napa's oldest winery buildings this large, estate family winery is well known for their excellent hospitality. In Ralph's interview with one of their most experienced team members, and one of their newest, he seeks answers to how they create this welcoming and diverse educational experience as part of their retail operation.

Wine Country at Work - The Caves at Soda Canyon

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Very little in Wine Country happens quickly, and digging caves is not one of them. This particular project is fascinating because it also spawned a unique business model where four wineries share the same remarkable cave complex. This project from inception to opening doors spanned almost ten years and hearing the story from the two founders offers a great perspective on what it takes to make a modern winery.

100 Mile Meals

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Travel with us to the Bay Area for a Food Truck Festival, and then find some of the best BBQ in San Jose. We then visit the sleepy town of Moss Landing for some out of this world Mexican food, while also heading down the coast to Big Sur for some mouth watering fresh fish, plus much more. Also watch the new segment of In the Garden for tips on choosing the right drip timers for your garden.

In The Studio - Davis Public Art Map

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Autumn Labbe-Renault hosts Rachel Hartsough, Arts & Culture Manager, City of Davis, Marc Hoshovsky, long time Davis resident, and Jennifer Cadieux, Cartographer, UCD Davis Design Department (MFA candidate 2018). | 530-757-5640

topics discussed include: genesis of efforts to map Davis' public art with assistance from the UC Davis Design Department and City of Davis Arts & Culture Program.

Recorded 07/20/17.