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“The Cellar” is an innovative forum inciting provocative discussions about wine and the luxurious lifestyles that accompany wine consumers. The show provides a wealth of information about wine making, news, composition, etiquette, tastings and wine events that keeps the listeners tuned in and coming back for more.
Richard Glover, Celebrity Wine Sommelier, host of “The Cellar” engages listeners throughout the show. Wine lovers are invited to call in with their feedback and ask specific questions about wine. Often the show has special guests that are wine makers, vineyard owners, or virtuosos in relevant fields.

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64 – Wine Technology

Whether you’re looking for a specific bottle or wanting to find the best price, there’s an app for you. Join us in The Cellar with my Special CoHost Mike Barefoot and Mike Lawler the co founders of VinoWine App, as we discuss the Wine industry and Wine Apps. Special Guest Musical Artist – R&B, Hip Hop, RockStar “E”

63 – Wine and Weddings

There are four types of weddings that you can choose from that range from Casual to Black Tie. Our Special Guest Co Host and Stylist Jenna Nobles, join The Cellar to discuss these option, as I paired certain Wines for each wedding type. Our Special Musical Artist Just Drew will be in the studio discussing his lastest single “Runner”

With interest rates on the 10 year bond in the US at 2% and at 0.56% in Germany (source: marketwatch.com) stocks look like the better alternative for the long term investor.
Currently the S&P 500 index yields a dividend of 2.2% and the Dow Jones yields a dividend of 2.6% and the Euro Stoxx 50 index yields 3.6% (source: cnbc.com).

An investor that can accept the volatility that comes with stock markets would do better in the long run because the yields are higher than bonds and have upside potential. Whereas bonds don’t have upside potential.

In the meantime should you have any questions or concerns please let me know of a good time to speak or meet and review your personal situation.

62 – Wine & Opera/Why Do Wines Taste Different?

Have you ever wondered why wine smells and taste like virtually every fruit in the book, except for grapes? Or how a wine can smell like vanilla, taste like cheeries and finish like satin? Tonight we talk about the process of makng wine, along with h…

61 – Wine Maturation

The aging of wine is potentially able to improve the quality of wine. This distinguishes wine from most other consumable goods. While wine is perishable and capable of deteriorating, complex chemical reactions involving a wine’s sugars, acids and pheno…