This week on episode 219 of the We Like Drinking podcast we’ll be discussing bourbon barrel aged wines and we’re talking with Katy Wilson from LaRue wines. So crack open your beer, uncork that wine, and let’s get drinking.

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Panel Introductions And What We’re Drinking

  • Our guest tonight is an elite member of the 4% of California winemakers who own their winery and are also female. Not only is she the winemaker and owner of Sonoma based LaRue wines, but she is also the winemaker for Anaba wines, Claypool Cellars, Reeve Wines, AND Smith Story Wine Cellars, all of which reside in Sonoma. Please help us welcome, Katy Wilson.

Wine, Beer, or Pop Culture Reference

  • Pommard

Wines ‘Till Sold Out 

Katy Wilson Interview

Booze News

Ask Us Anything

  • We’ve been talking about the Ask Us Anything episode all month and we are excited to get it recorded for you. Look for it to drop on April first, cause that seems appropriate.

Last call

That’s right it’s time to break out your phones and get that last minute hook up with us.

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It’s that time, so now I’ll say, OK panel, let’s take one last trip around the table and get some final thoughts before we shut off the lights.

  • Solomon
  • John
  • Katy
  • Eckles

Thanks again for joining us at the We Like Drinking Podcast….where you’ll never drink alone.

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