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SOMM TV

An Arts and Food podcast
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Jason Wise, the director of the SOMM films, takes you deep into wine, food, and the stories that surround it. From our films, upcoming shows and great wines of the world to sports, celebrities, and major events impacted by the culinary world. The SOMM TV podcast is simple, it's about everything.

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SOMM TV Episode 10: Food Waste & the CIA Copia
To highlight a new show we have streaming on SOMM TV, we have three guests on to talk about food waste in our country including esteemed Chef Andrew Zimmern. We talk creating an event to hold difficult conversations, how much food we are wasting, and we talk to a chef who left one of the greatest restaurants in the world to work on school lunches for children.
SOMM TV Podcast Episode 9: Enter Sake
To celebrate our new Sake Master Experience streaming on SOMM TV, let’s talk about a very misunderstood beverage made from rice that is brewed like beer.
SOMM TV Podcast Episode 8: Sweet Old Wine
How a bottle of 1942 Château d'Yquem found in Los Angeles inspired our new show on SOMM TV: "Cellar Stories"
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    Podcast Details
    Started
    Jun 26th, 2019
    Latest Episode
    Oct 4th, 2019
    Release Period
    Daily
    No. of Episodes
    10
    Avg. Episode Length
    About 1 hour
    Explicit
    No

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