For those who may crave a little more multi-media around these parts, I'm happy to let you know that I recently sat down with Julie Brosterman of Women and Wine Radio for a chat about Vinography, wine, travel, and the state of the wine blogging world.
Julie runs a wine shop in Los Angeles and has been doing podcasts for a long time. We've been meaning to catch up, and finally got the chance last week.
Julie is a gracious host, and we had a very nice conversation which you can listen to if you like on her weekly podcast from iTunes.
The show is also available on her web site, though it takes a long time to load.
I come on around 34 minutes into the show. Be warned that the show is formatted for radio and consequently contains a lot of commercials at various points.
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