Dr. Vino interviewed on NPR

npr.jpgThe Bryant Park Project,” a very good program on NPR, asked me to discuss (live!) the issue of interstate wine shipments this morning (segment is here). What with the Giants’ upset victory yesterday and Super Tuesday tomorrow, I’m glad that the politics of wine saw the light of day! Hopefully some momentum is building on this important issue especially after Eric Asimov’s story from last week in the Times.

And speaking of the Super Bowl, which wine to you think Gisele was sipping up in the booth?

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3 Responses to “Dr. Vino interviewed on NPR”

  1. Very cool! Congratulations!

  2. I’ve never heard of the Bryant Park Project – I’m not convinced that we have it here in Philadelphia. It was a great interview though. It never ceases to amaze me how complicated the interstate laws are, and at least the wine.com incident has brought that to light.

  3. Way to go, Tyler!

    but what’s with DoctorVino.com?

    Go Oregon!


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