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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jancis Robinson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jancis Robinson, often where they are interviewed.

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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jancis Robinson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jancis Robinson, often where they are interviewed.

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From The Top, with Jancis Robinson

Real Business of Wine.
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Jancis Robinson MW is unquestionably the world's leading wine authority today. Editor of the Oxford Companion to Wine, co-author of the World Atlas of Wine, Financial Times columnist, and creator of http://jancisrobinson.com.

What would *you* like to ask her?

Mar 27 2020

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Episode #554 – Jancis Robinson: The Reigning Queen of Wine Meets the Often-Irreverent Wine Maverick!

Grape Encounters Wine Radio
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Host David Wilson says of this week’s edition of Grape Encounters Radio: “This is one of those days when I wish I had all the time in the world to spend with you and our very special guest, but alas, our time is limited, so I have to dive into this discussion very quickly and

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Feb 29 2020

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Old World vs New World: The Great Wine Debate, with Oz Clarke and Jancis Robinson

Intelligence Squared
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France, Italy, Spain, Germany: these are the ancient Old World wine-growing regions of Europe, where continuity and history reign supreme. California, Australia, South Africa and Chile: these are some of the New World areas, where technology and science trump tradition. Old World wines tend to be light-bodied, with herbal, mineral and floral components. New World wines, thanks to warmer climates, are generally full-bodied, fruity and higher in alcohol. But which wines are the greater? To battle it out, Intelligence Squared brought together two of the UK’s most celebrated wine experts for this major debate.


Fighting for the tradition and terroir of the Old World was Jancis Robinson, wine correspondent of the Financial Times and the first person outside the wine trade to qualify as a Master of Wine.


Fighting for the modernising spirit of the New World was Oz Clarke, the last winner of the World Wine Tasting Championship, and the youngest ever British Wine Taster of the Year.


The debate was chaired by Amelia Singer, TV presenter and former wine writer for Waitrose Food magazine.


Plus there were questions from the audience from renowned wine experts Steven Spurrier and Hugh Johnson.


Each member of the audience was given two glasses of wine, provided by Waitrose & Partner:


Old World: Castello Colle Massari, Montecucco Rosso Riserva (Tuscany)


New World: Saint Clair, Hawkes Bay Syrah, New Zealand (Hawke's Bay)

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Jan 03 2020

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The 8th World Atlas of Wine with Jancis Robinson

HAPPY HOUR RADIO
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Join me for a fun and informative conversation with the inimitable Ms. Jancis Robinson, Master of Wine as we chat about the latest wine resource update in the 8th Edition of The World Atlas of Wine as well as some insights to the up and coming wine regions of the world.

Dec 11 2019

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Legendary wine critic Jancis Robinson on her amazing 30-year career

Drinks Adventures
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Influential wine critic, Jancis Robinson, joins us on this episode of the Drinks Adventures podcast.
In 1984, Jancis became the first person outside the wine trade to qualify as a Master of Wine. She was awarded an OBE in 2003 by Her Majesty the Queen, on whose cellar she now advises.
But Jancis may be best known for her hugely admired reference books. She is co-author of The World Atlas of Wine, editor of The Oxford Companion to Wine and co-author of Wine Grapes.
Jancis was in Australia recently to launch the eighth edition of The World Atlas of Wine, recognised as the essential and most authoritative wine reference book available.
It was a privilege to sit down with Jancis for this extended interview.

Dec 08 2019

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With Hugh Johnson, Jancis Robinson, Robert Harris and Anthony Daniels

The Graham Norton Podcast
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Wine, Second Sleeps and Star Wars

Dec 07 2019

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Episode 130: Jancis Robinson and Hugh Johnson, "The World Atlas of Wine" 8th Edition

The Grape Nation
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Jancis Robinson and Hugh Johnson are wine writers and journalists…that sounds a bit pedestrian! Jancis and Hugh are collectively the most awarded, influential, and respected writers in all of wine. Their awards, books, articles are too numerous to mention. Jancis and Hugh have revised “The World Atlas of Wine” and the 8th Edition is now available.

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Oct 30 2019

1hr 11mins

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An Interview with Jancis Robinson

Guild of Sommeliers Podcast
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Geoff Kruth interviews legendary wine writer and educator Jancis Robinson on the scope of her career.

Nov 23 2016

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Episode 43: Jancis Robinson

Bon Appétit Foodcast
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The ultra-classy, super knowledgable Jancis Robinson, wine critic extraordinaire and editor of the massive Oxford Companion to Wine, shares her thoughts on tasting notes and tetrapaks over a glass of pét-nat.

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Jan 06 2016

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Jancis Robinson

Private Passions
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In her forty-year career writing and broadcasting about wine, Jancis Robinson has probably done more than anyone else to make wine an accessible and joyous part of our lives, and to strip away a great deal of the pretensions that used to surround it. But she's also one of our leading scholars of wine, and the fourth edition of the book she describes as her 'fourth child', a mammoth updating of her nearly 1000-page-long Oxford Companion to Wine, is about to be published next month. She talks to Michael Berkeley about her love of opera, the excitement of tasting for the Queen, and the great pleasures of wine and music. Her choices include music by Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Handel and a sweet English folk song. Producer: Jane Greenwood A Loftus Production for BBC Radio 3

Produced by Elizabeth Burke
A Loftus Production for BBC Radio 3

First broadcast in August 2015.

Aug 30 2015

36mins

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