Radio Show – Steve/John

January 30, 2016 – Steve Garner / John Ash Radio Talk Show – “The Good Food Hour” – KRSO 1350 AM 11-12 Saturday

The set up for the annual “Good Food Hour” on the Steve Garner/John Ash radio show. This is 30 January 2016 from 11:00am to 12:00pm. From left to right, Steve Garner reading the list of wines to be tasted on the show, John Ash looking on and Carl Brandhorst, President, Atlantic Seaboard Wine Association putting the six wines in order for the tasting from his left to right.

John Ash, right and Atlantic Seaboard Wine Association Vice President, Grant Crandall, center and Atlantic Seaboard Wine Association President, Carl Brandhorst, right finishing the radio show tasting of six Atlantic seaboard wines.

At the end of the Garner/Ash “Good Food Hour”radio show, we have the team from left to right, John Ash, Grant Crandall, ASWA Vice President, Carl Brandhorst , ASWA President, and Steve Garner. This has been the fifth year for the Atlantic Seaboard Wine Association pouring east coast wines on the Garner/Ash Good Food Hour radio show at 1350 AM.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Atlantic Seaboard Wine Association (ASWA) was featured again on the Steve Garner/John Ash weekly radio talk show “The Good Food Hour” on 30 January 2016. This show has been on the air since 1987. Steve Garner has been a radio personality for 40 years 28 of them on the same station (KSRO). He developed three programs for the station: Grapevine featuring winemakers, growers and sommeliers, Garden Talk and the “Good Food Hour”. John Ash is an internationally recognized culinary expert and restauranteur and one time winner of the IACP for best cookbook of the year.. The Good Food Hour is the longest running food and wine radio show in California. You can hear podcasts on their web site: www.ksro.com. This was the fifth year that ASWA has been featured on the show to highlight some of the winning wines from its annual wine competition. The Association was represented by its President, Carl Brandhorst, Board Member Grant Crandall, and its West Coast Representative, Ms. Anne Vercelli of Healdsburg, CA. The competition highlights east coast wines from 17 states from Maine to Florida. The grapes must be grown and vinified within those 17 states in order to qualify for the competition. In 2014 the Association added fruit wines, meads and ciders to the judging categories to help recognize the growth and quality in these beverage categories and like the grapes must be grown in these 17 states.

The wines highlighted on this talk show were all Medal winners from the 10th ASWA Wine Competition conducted in July 2015 in Haymarket, VA.


January 31, 2015 Radio Talk Show “The Good Food Hour”

The Atlantic Seaboard Wine Association (ASWA) was featured again on the Steve Garner/John Ash weekly radio talk show “The Good Food Hour” on 31 January 2015. This show has been on the air since 1987. Steve Garner has been a radio personality for 40 years 28 of them on the same station (KSRO). He developed three programs for the station: Grapevine featuring winemakers, growers and sommeliers, Garden Talk and the “Good Food Hour”. John Ash is an internationally recognized culinary expert and restauranteur and one time winner of the IACP for best cookbook of the year.. The Good Food Hour is the longest running food and wine radio show in California. You can hear podcasts on their web site: www.ksro.com. This was the fifth year that ASWA has been featured on the show to highlight some of the winning wines from its annual wine competition. The Association was represented by its President, Carl Brandhorst, Board Member Grant Crandall, and its West Coast Representative, Ms. Anne Vercelli of Healdsburg, CA. The competition highlights east coast wines from 17 states from Maine to Florida. The grapes must be grown and vinified within those 17 states in order to qualify for the competition. In 2014 the Association added fruit wines, meads and ciders to the judging categories to help recognize the growth and quality in these beverage categories and like the grapes must be grown in these 17 states.

After the presentation on the Steve Garner/John Ash “Good Food Hour”, John Ash posed with Carl Brandhorst and Grant Crandall while holding one of the wines presented on the show that he particularly liked which was the 2011 Dornfelder from Presque Isle Winery. Dornfelder is more noted for its German heritage, but is finding acceptance in the U.S. among some growers. Presque Isle winery is located close to Lake Erie in Pennsylvania.

Carl Brandhorst, ASWA President, is describing the Apple Cider called “Worthog: from the Earle Estate Meadery in New York prior to opening and tasting it on the show. The Atlantic Seaboard Wine Association (ASWA) opened it’s annual competition in 2014 to meads, fruit wines and ciders for the first time adding these beverages to the regular grape varieties judged. This was a Gold medal winner. The meadery is located on the west side of Seneca Lake in New York’s Finger Lake Region just north of Watkins Glen. John Ash is in the red shirt and Grant Crandall ,an ASWA board member, is to Carl’s left.

ASWA President, Carl Brandhorst (center) and ASWA Board Member Grant Crandall (right) on the Steve Garner and John Ash “ Good Food Hour” ( 11:00am to 12:00pm) on 31 January 2015. Steve is in the green polo and John Ash is in the red shirt. John is talking to Carl about the six east coast wines being presented on the radio show. Grant is providing background on each wine. The wines were tasted during the one hour show and tasting profiles were given as well as information about each of the wineries.

ASWA President, Carl Brandhorst (center) and ASWA Board Member Grant Crandall (right) on the Steve Garner and John Ash “ Good Food Hour” ( 11:00am to 12:00pm) on 31 January 2015. Steve is in the green polo and John Ash is in the red shirt. John is talking to Carl about the six east coast wines being presented on the radio show. Grant is providing background on each wine. The wines were tasted during the one hour show and tasting profiles were given as well as information about each of the wineries.

 

 


February 1, 2014 – KRSO 1350 AM 11-Noon Saturday

The Atlantic Seaboard Wine Association (ASWA) was featured again on the Steve Garner/John Ash weekly radio talk show “The Good Food Hour” on 1 February 2014. This show has been on the air since 1987. Steve Garner has been a radio personality for 40 years 27 of them on the same station (KSRO). He developed three programs for the station: Grapevine featuring winemakers, growers and sommeliers, Garden Talk and the “Good Food Hour”. John Ash is an internationally recognized culinary expert and restauranteur and one time winner of the IACP for best cookbook of the year.. The Good Food Hour is the longest running food and wine radio show in California. You can hear podcasts on their web site: www.ksro.com. This was the fourth year that ASWA has been featured on the show to highlight some of the winning wines from its annual wine competition. The Association was represented by its President, Carl Brandhorst, its Vice President, David Barber and its West Coast Representative, Ms. Anne Vercelli of Healdsburg, CA. The competition highlights east coast wines from 17 states from Maine to Florida. The grapes must be grown and vinified within those 17 states in order to qualify for the competition.

At the end of the Garner/Ash Good Food Hour radio talk show the four participants display four of the six wines tasted during the show. From left to right, John Ash holds a Presque Isle Vyds (PA) 2011Dornfelder, Steve Garner holds a Sunset Hills Winery 2012 Viognier(VA), Carl Brandhorst holds a Coyote Moon Vyds (NY) La Crescent (hybrid) and David Barber holds an Alba Vyds (NJ) 2011 Barbera

The Garner/Ash Good Food Hour radio talk show with Steve Garner foreground left, John Ash rear left, David Barber, Vice President, ASWA, center,standing and Carl Brandhorst, President, ASWA right during break on the show.

Steve Garner, host of the Good Food Hour along with John Ash, is in the studio getting ready to start the show.