I've done a lot of radio interviews, and a few TV interviews since I started tapping away on this keyboard 10 years ago. The nature of such interviews usually involves a focus on sound bytes, and even then, a lot gets left on the cutting room floor.
But when I was in New York a couple of weeks ago, I had the opportunity to sit down with Levi Dalton, sommelier and podcaster, for an hour-long conversation that ranged through the full history of Vinography, and my relationship with wine. The resulting podcast, which just became available today for download in iTunes, is by far the most thorough interview that anyone has ever done with me. You can also listen to the interview streaming from Levi's web site.
To the extent you're interested in the guy behind this blog, and how I've ended up where I am, you may find this interesting. Levi and his team asked interesting questions, and it was a great conversation.
In the event that you're unfamiliar with I'll Drink to That, Levi's regular podcast, you should check it out. It is by far the most popular wine-related podcast around, and with good reason.
I hope you enjoy our conversation.
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