58: Getting Graphic with Wine and Madeline Puckette of Wine Folly
Unreserved Wine Talk
In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, we’re chatting with Madeline Puckette, the content director and co-founder of Wine Folly whose passion for helping beginners learn about wine is the inspiration behind the award-winning website winefolly.com, and the NYT best-selling book, Wine Folly: The Essential Guide to Wine. Enjoy! Highlights How can Wine Folly empower you on your wine tasting journey? Do the flavours you taste in wine come from additives like other fruits? How does your sense of smell affect the way things taste? What can you deduce from the colour of wine? What out of the box wine pairing do you need to try? Why should Spain be at the top of your wine trip bucket list? Which next-door wine region should you visit next? How can you use Wine Folly when tasting wine? About Madeline Puckette Madeline Puckette is the content director and co-founder of Wine Folly. Her passion for helping beginners learn about wine is the inspiration behind the award-winning website winefolly.com, and the NYT best-selling book, Wine Folly: The Essential Guide to Wine. Madeline's background in visual design, music and restaurant hospitality have helped shape her communication of wine through infographics, entertainment and social media. Since the inception of the site on December 25, 2011, Madeline's enigmatic wine designs have been featured in places like NPR, Fast Company Design and The Washington Post. The Wine Folly book has been published in 20 countries including Korea, Germany, Russia, China, France and Italy. To learn more about the resources mentioned in this episode, visit the https://www.nataliemaclean.com/58.
Ep. 225 Madeline Puckette (Wine Folly) on wine communication, infographics, and big data
Italian Wine Podcast
In this episode Monty Waldin interviews Madeline Puckette, designer, sommelier, and mastermind behind the groundbreaking Wine Folly, book and website that teach about wine through infographics and multimedia materials. Listen to Madeline’s personal forays into the wine world starting from a wine club membership and culminating with the launch of Wine Folly. Madeline, who is a graph tells Monty about her future projects which aims at communicating wine sourcing and exploiting big data about vineyards acreage, production figures and more. Tune for a lively conversation on digital wine communication, infographics, and big data with Wine Folly creator Madeline Puckette!
Episode 73 - Wine and Folly With Madeline Puckette
Rain City Supercars
Loving a good glass of wine and loving cars seems to go hand in hand for most people. Not at the same time of course, but certainly in interests and hobbies. On this episode we just happen to have the absolute queen of the wine world, Madeline Puckette! After this longer episode, it’s so easy to see how she’s gone so far and risen to the top of her field. Listen in and find out why she was just awarded the International Wine and Spirit Competition Communicator Of The Year award!
AS 020: Wonderful World of Wine w/ Sommelier Madeline Puckette
In this episode, certified sommelier Madeline Puckette talks everything wine-related, from her first sip of wine at age 9, to losing her job and landing her first job in the wine industry, to the creation of the Wine Folly blog and books. And of course, Madeline will teach you some wine basics like how to find a great wine that fits your palate and budget and how to use your retro nasal (your 6th sense for wine tasting!). Read more at adultstruggles.com/episode020
About Madeline Puckett and Wine Folly: Madeline Puckette is a certified sommelier, designer, and enthusiastic co-founder of winefolly.com. Wine Folly is a wine education site that launched in 2011. Puckette's infographics and content on Wine Folly began to gain attention for their innovative approach. Her work has been featured in The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times. In 2015, Puckette launched their first book, Wine Folly: The Essential Guide to Wine, which rose to the New York Times Bestsellers list and was listed as an Amazon Top Cookbook of 2015. Then, Puckette was asked to contribute to the Somm documentary series (on Netflix) and has a featured role in Somm: Into The Bottle, and Somm III (out Nov. 2018 on iTunes.) Then in late 2018, Madeline Puckette launched their second book, Wine Folly: Magnum Edition: The Master Guide. The new book offers a deep dive into wine, with over two times the content of the first volume. Original Blog Post: The Realist's Guide to Keto Wines Website Instagram About eMeals: eMeals is America’s leading online meal planning solution. With 15 meal plan food styles, from Quick & Healthy and Vegan to Low Carb and Paleo, eMeals is the way that smart families do dinner. eMeals meal plans simplify the process for getting healthy and delicious meals on the table. eMeals provides simple-to-follow recipes and 1-click shopping lists. Subscribers can choose to either pick-up items on the shopping lists themselves or utilize the newly integrated grocery delivery option through AmazonFresh and Instacart or curbside pickup with Walmart Grocery or Kroger ClickList. Start your FREE 2-week trial today. Please send us comments, feedback or requests for future guests to firstname.lastname@example.org OR you may send via Twitter @eMeals using the hashtag #AskEmeals.
Madeline Puckette, Author of WINE FOLLY: MAGNUM EDITION
Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books
Madeline Puckette, author of WINE FOLLY: MAGNUM EDITION, talks about working as a husband/wife team, how to host a wine tasting party, why her first book experience was so difficult, and what to look for when tasting different wines.
A lively look at the world through Madeline Puckette's eyes. She is the inspiring force behind the award-winning website winefolly.com, and co-author of the NYT best-selling book, Wine Folly: The Essential Guide to Wine.
This is part 2 of my 2-Part interview with Madeline, in which we talk about the creation of wine folly, her systems & inspiration used to create the content for wine folly, commentary on one of her blog posts on “selection massage", the future of wine folly, and how she focuses to make it all happen.