How to Listen to the Road to Wine Expert Podcast

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When I launched the Road to Wine Expert Summit, it was focused on releasing as much content in as little time as possible.

34 interviews over 10 days was a like drinking from a firehose.

Some interviews were missed, and many were too good not to hear.

In re-releasing the Summit as a Podcast, we’re trying make every interview accessible for everyone. It’s one of the reasons that we enlisted the help of sponsors.

The goal is simple: free for everyone forever.

So check out the list below to find out how to listen to the Road to Wine Expert Podcast.

Our Favorite Ways To Listen

We’d argue the best way to listen is right here, but we get it…you’re a wine lover on the go.

So, we recommend Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts.

Since it’s how most people consume podcasts, it’s also the best way for new people to discover the Road to Wine Expert Podcast.

If you’re using Apple Podcasts, we’d love for you to leave an honest review. It’s the easiest way for us to make improvements and continue to deliver great wine-related content.

Other Ways To Listen to The Road to Wine Expert Podcast

There’s no shortage of great alternatives to consume podcasts instead of the giants listed above. Therefore, we’re continually putting The Road To Wine Expert exactly where it needs it be…right where you are.

Check out the complete list below.

If you can’t find our podcast on a particular platform, let us know.

The Road to Wine Expert Podcast can be found on:





Radio Public


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Published by Brian McCann

Brian McCann started his wine journey out of luck, faith and confidence, and often times the complete opposite of all those things. Ultimately, he left his 9-to-5 and found himself in wine. His heartbreak grape is Syrah.

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