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Brian Demay’s Wine Wednesday: Justin Cabernet Sauvignon

Brian Demay’s Wine Wednesday: Justin Cabernet Sauvignon

I have been on a Paso Robles kick lately. It seems every wine I try lately from this storied region along California’s Central Coast has been excellent. I have mentioned on this blog before how important it is for grapes to be able to cool down at night to preserve freshness and acidity. The term…MORE

Brian Demay’s Wine Wednesday: Stolen Identity

Brian Demay’s Wine Wednesday: Stolen Identity

When I picked up this bottle at the wine store, the manager on duty said, “Good choice: that’s the best bottle of red wine under $20 you can buy.” That is obviously a very subjective statement, particularly if I don’t know the person saying it, but I decided to take it home and see for…MORE

Jim Finds Out What “Refreshing” Means in Jamaica

Jim Finds Out What “Refreshing” Means in Jamaica

  View this post on Instagram   Jim & Amanda take a beautiful scenic hike to Konoko Falls in Jamaica 🇯🇲 🏔 . . Get registered to win your own trip and GET WARM with Warm 98.5- Four times a day this week at 7a, 9a, 12p and 5p. Listen for an airplane sound then…MORE

Wine Stories: Super Premium Napa Cabs

Wine Stories: Super Premium Napa Cabs

In this podcast, Brian Demay and Wine Ambassador Jim Teegarden from Southern Glazers Wine & Spirits highlight three newly released, super-premium Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignons: Caymus Special Selection Cabernet (2015) Joseph Phelps Insignia (2016) & Robert Mondavi The Reserve Cabernet (2016) What makes these wines premium? In this once-in-a-lifetime tasting, Brian and Jim discuss the…MORE

Brian Demay’s Wine Wednesday: Ghost Pines Red Blend

Brian Demay’s Wine Wednesday: Ghost Pines Red Blend

Another great wine to bring to that Halloween party is this Sonoma red blend from Ghost Pines. Legend has it, iconic winemaker Louis Martini named a vineyard after the native grey pines around it, which appear to hover, ghostlike, at dusk. This wine was a relief to taste – because in preparing for this Hallo-Wine…MORE

Amanda Orlando: Bio

Amanda Orlando5:30am-10am Weekdays I was born in Florida but since my dad was in the Air Force, we pretty much lived all over, before I settled in Cincinnati after college (UK Baby)! I’ve been on the air here ever since and have done some TV stuff along the way too.  Somehow I convinced my  “Eastside”…MORE

Jim Day: Bio

Jim Day5:30am-10am Weekdays I’m a Dad, I’m a husband and I love having fun. My wife and I live in Mason – and we love it here! A little about me: I’ve had the number one morning show in Dayton, Tulsa and St. Louis. I’ve raised over $1.3 million for Children’s Hospital, collected thousands of…MORE

Brian Demay’s Wine Wednesday: Cote Des Roses

Brian Demay’s Wine Wednesday: Cote Des Roses

French wine can be an expensive proposition. Top-shelf Bordeaux and Burgundy run into the hundreds per bottle on the low end, and into the thousands for certain collectible wines. Needless to say, out of the range of most to afford. Thankfully, other regions in France are more accessible to wine lovers, and at the forefront…MORE

Brian’s Wine Wednesday: Orion Primitivo

Brian’s Wine Wednesday: Orion Primitivo

In the world of wine there are no guarantees, because taste is so subjective. But I’m confident of this: if you like Zinfandel, you’ll enjoy Primitivo, too. For many years America sought to claim Zinfandel as its own indigenous grape, native only to California. It wasn’t until the 1960s that scientists realized Zinfandel was actually…MORE

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