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Pantries -- into the Fox Business Network and welcome to my favorite time of the week wine with -- -- top line is actually a top line -- considerable believe it or not.
Because not all of us will be drinking beer sorry to those views parties -- showing -- -- not drink and here.
And we have the pleasure of having it a football player and now wine lover with -- -- with us you grew up with one.
I did come from generation that made one for four generations of again in the -- -- region.
Central and south Italy and maker proposal winemaker and my grandfather's -- come to this country took one thing with a -- that was the wind press.
And so like wrote carry boxes of great to a question long before ever touch the football.
So there is simple -- -- back years and years and years ago -- -- yes send out you.
Let's leave the wind is -- -- bit you play professional ball that it Miami Dolphins wide receiver.
Did I think to some goals that put for Don Shula and was lucky enough they have a couple -- quarterback's -- football to me Bob greasy and then marina.
Pentagon call me -- -- through this phone call we have.
The wind -- But they make fun and as you go out to a bar and you know -- -- here that I would always be.
Civilians something -- -- -- -- subtleties that and so that really tell you why engine program and asked him I grew up with yeah I thought when we -- kids they actually would cut the wind using.
Small white Soto or some -- -- it when we were literally.
79 years of age if you wanted anything of the -- and milk -- my -- -- asked at the table.
We got little juice glasses -- -- Sicilian we got little juice glasses of wine and my -- -- -- mean it was gasoline but.
Yeah had to show deference to -- Well these winds -- that I represented from martini.
Are made in the in Italy -- -- -- the the 150 anniversary of martini you know probably as Martin Rossi -- worldwide it's referred to as martini.
So let's chant let's go through this though -- years of -- player and you go from.
Playing ball to broadcasting.
Which I think -- -- -- transition for a lot of people allow people don't think about it.
Well my degree of from a Penn State was in journalism I want to write and I -- for a long time.
And and I want to do doing other things besides sports broadcasting eventually may have made my way to it.
But I worked for NBC news and sports -- -- virus enters your enemies were The Today -- there.
-- in sports.
But then I transition back into news later on.
And kept its sports as part of it publicly for the Miami Dolphins -- -- the past and here.
My first love her passion has always been.
Can you talk about one on the radio now I am I do it -- in warnings for clear channel radio like news show called the history that cat left that.
And we talk about wine and food we are ones and food's great restaurant towards the very great winemakers again and we give the folks who -- -- these.
Great destinations is well.
Now you're based in Miami and Miami I mean we're right near.
In Manhattan as far as really amazing restaurants.
Quality chefs quality food I think -- actually taken a lot more risks maybe then we are here.
Well maybe it was if you remember -- -- number of years ago a minute ago on the map because of -- -- -- cuisine they called it was it was a seafood with a little bit.
Of the fruit of the Caribbean and -- Norman -- -- was one marks of that.
Chef -- saucer was another one.
And they really.
Brought -- -- -- to Miami and vibrancy and as far as wind is concerned the -- forward this is the second largest consuming.
State in the union as far as wants to certain time California -- a New York.
-- -- for of course consumes -- won because our population density than anybody else and state so Miami and south or is very important ones.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I love -- lines -- become big fan of the time lights from Tokyo government he knows.
I became I've become a bit very good candidate and once we found -- the -- to Bianco.
Which is the great to have a martini and -- -- product but -- got -- -- as we can hear you -- and it began with with wrapper used.
Term -- in -- -- actually read about that but it's an easy wine to drink and I also think that it's an easy transition line.
For kids you know someone said to me go from -- Tim Scott I mean in a weird way it's sort of makes sense not like we -- gasoline where this is much sweeter.
-- that the colonials are driving the bus right as far as wind is it is concerned.
For -- and might -- and Scotch for maybe it'll generate shack for the millennial those born between 7094 I think you -- -- are.
They drink line and that's the reason why we've surpassed France -- number one wind nation.
And that's really why two Martinis holes and on -- -- it could you got a lot of young drinkers drink in this kind of stuff.
Oh yeah for a first certainly.
But this is Warner and fiftieth anniversary we've been wrong for -- along finance.
Well actually someone walked into our own one stores for one -- walked in and said it was a rainy night in the summer in itself or.
It's that you have the shirt makes that got three uninsured -- -- to -- -- And I walked through the process they -- for a hundred of them before she picked the ball the drink.
They want it to into the cash register the sale -- that we can work from what do you do for -- she says.
From the -- -- -- from martini and Rossi.
For record -- testing it and now I it was a test I don't know I have to go for the last 67 years I've been there and the united -- -- ambassador and I travel the country.
And I trampled their distributors -- sales people our wonderful.
You and Allen and -- it kinda makes perfect sense.
I find myself more and more reaching for things like this.
The bubbly little sweeter.
It's -- -- Right we go the gambit from the -- sectoral the great percent growth is Blair GOP or away the best reason to grow color is in the undertow region.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And this is a DOC why simply because we carry of the great three and pick burglar and then to -- across the border into Piedmont they were -- this wonderful one.
But it's a dry wind massage on this -- that.
Amount of sugar -- leaders fifteen very low and quite.
But again present you know they say it's department's campaign back.
I just if I had a party in years even though I'm on a percent that nobody wanted to campaign.
There's -- percent growth sold worldwide -- there champagne.
The people found percent.
Yeah you think because it's in use at a better price point.
It while it is a great price point are martini -- sectoral loser is terrific in the teens -- we're refining and retail store but it's wonderful this is if -- -- on the or.
-- -- Simply view that the process is easy about this place the top of of a fermentation tank.
You allows you to escape we -- capture.
You get the bubbles from the CO2 you can make a police department where's the money that we're -- sparkling or -- -- -- enormous capital if she were 14% growth is if he's.
So let's move on then let's talk about -- swell -- this -- -- this is what I bring this ball.
But I love bit the rose's.
-- -- -- rose from Ortiz is a wonderful -- of 103 grapes here that's got to be uncle.
They're kept on which is a wonderfully sweet time record.
And nowadays a sense of land as a -- industry for -- most of -- got to -- -- that we can pick.
All of arms got to -- -- from -- the region.
The slopes are so steep that we've got to hand -- everything.
-- -- -- -- one country in the world.
Ask you'd see that.
You know this is so much talk about -- Napa wines in California you know really coming into its own who cares much about it in the anymore.
Think it really falls on the map these -- I think it is right here on top I love California and Washington State that's -- has some great seasons.
You're not so much so we could have a little bit of that going on its own right good don't you know it's worth the -- -- A number of things of course it's always conditions and weather patterns that the -- world's full of -- extraordinary Italy is one giant vineyard right right right from but it -- it -- just alcohol it is and so.
These wonderful groups of predominantly our cars -- From the Piedmont section.
-- As I said -- for -- percent growth comes from them.
Now we've been seeing more and more lake -- and go wine which is kind of fun and casino -- when I grew up it was bottles and James wine coolers -- inspect.
I get a pit in my stomach thinking about it -- that sugars as an actor.
We're seeing more and more in this how come you think well.
Because I think of the younger generation is enjoying the more and so if you -- sign usual walk into a very.
Hip bar these days.
And find someone sipping 81810187.
Millimeters that's the size of this rule book by the glass and Athens.
So most of the bar and they'll have one of these now for the person owns the -- of the restaurant in left open a large bottle if they don't sell all that they don't lose that product.
This is one service and the great thing about the -- Sunday if you can show these right next to the beer.
Sort of team products this spell is like him for a single working mother like myself who doesn't want to be taught a lesson -- the whole -- this is perfect and it.
-- -- -- -- -- -- Perfect and I were to your great -- on theory -- working so that Ciena rose come in these little guys that was the second and this is the percent to.
All I love that it's -- I love that.
-- both Sunday here as you said there's going to be a lot of folks out there who.
Yeah who want to enjoy the part of -- -- beer -- You doesn't like being a football player big macho football -- reaching for a glass of red -- It's become more popular these days I'm finding more and more former NFL players in particular.
Loved ones and -- an effort to talk about home.
I think and missing his -- -- golf is now.
As opposed to like brag about your golf game -- -- wine -- and what is the traditional IRA was exactly yeah.
Don't look at what it for me it's it's what I consumed -- this wasn't somebody into it's much beer I loved ones and so when we're out to dinner and I think the level for the community -- might have had one glass of wine and my one beer -- -- a lot of partying or drinking just had dinner someplace with.
With your teammates it was a great bonding circumstance but I -- that.
Yes you know I think you're your palate is you.
If so much more used to because regret -- it I didn't grow up with your I can't -- -- -- now to this day so you're.
He even -- sushi for example would sushi if you want to it is again very very good not a psychic who would be very right.
This market rose -- -- wonderful -- so yes combination is terrific.
And or more efficient or -- important things you can buy them smaller and -- about these guys now okay.
This is a misguided -- -- -- team and it just a product called -- is our -- has been for a long time.
Forever under fifty years.
It is just got to be uncle of 1% and it.
Both sides of this -- in the sugar leader is the numbers nine does that mean to you but they get to -- -- -- costly.
Which is technically -- standards they still -- The decides on this and grade is 135%.
What happened simply -- implementation process they stop fermentation dropping via the -- -- 20.
But when he gets 5% alcohol there's going to be more sugar left or for that -- -- -- left over from the -- -- so you're gonna wind up with higher suicide this year.
They knew what was -- it's got to these great product and that's great -- -- so basically little -- we'll track exactly this is also a -- product -- -- wrong by.
Practice this is a sparkling -- The system that's not the recession and how things have changed the way people -- People are looking for value they are.
Again when -- when those stories it was a mutual group command and spend hundred dollars and a bank one -- -- by the case.
I found out in 2008 people coming and saying you know can you find -- quality below one for twenty dollars or thirty dollars well.
It of course you can't.
These products all -- a more collaborative projects are under twenty dollars a -- for a full -- ball so they're expensive but in today's world.
Here's my rule for -- the good -- If you like it it's good -- and regardless of the price regardless of the price and -- when you do blind tastings -- with the experts.
You're finding that more and more.
The label impacts their talent they think you're actually I think it should be a better ones.
A pay two more questions for -- what do you drinking at some ball.
For -- I'll be drinking recycled early moving to the is Burke who could get -- them and then -- -- later.
And we like.
I like the 49ers yeah yeah.
I've spent a lot of time.
In the Napa and Sonoma region and San Francisco and the last can replace it was against the 49ers.
-- -- -- -- It in Palo Alto Stanford stadium and I -- deciding who's gonna retire.
Got off the team boss there after the game.
And walked in the union square and -- standing there getting rated by the way up to Sonoma.
When a copy over me that anybody get out of the way -- come through emotional for -- I just won the Super Bowl.
-- -- yes sir thank you very much but I think that Obama soft spot for the -- Miami.
I don't think I'd say it's my parent plays an Atlanta other and that was -- is wonderful.
I do -- tell us when your you broadcasts.
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