Two wonderful interviews about the first modern organic method developed in the 1920's by Rudoph Steiner. It features Chris Benziger from Sonoma's well known Benziger family winery, long known as important educators for this important system that is so popular with premium wineries. 

This wonderful interview with Nicole Marino about the process of creating her wine makers calendar is completely entertaining and filmed in the Napa Valley TV studios. 

Recorded during the 2016 Taste of Yountville event it includes an interview with Olivia Everett, the Director of Arts Council Napa Valley, and featuring the original works of three Buskers.

This interview with Debbie Young, the volunteer director at NVFF is a great look inside what it takes to put on such a large event, including over 600 volunteers.

2016 & 17 Episodes

This is probably the final episode of 2017, with a behind the scenes look at a three day high end tour in Napa. 

The historic winery Buena Vista in the southern Sonoma Valley went through a magical transformation. In this interview with George Webber, historian you'll hear the story of this winery coming back to prominence. 

This interview with one of the founders of the Napa Film festival offers a wonderful look inside how it developed and what it takes to make it work. 

Stag's Leap is an iconic winery in Napa and their development of a new hospitality center is wonderful investment in the future of wine tourism. 

Tour Guide

A documentary film in process about the small community of wine tour guides working in the world's most popular wine tourism destinations. 

Climate Change Strategies in Wine Country, The Impact of Ride Sharing on Tourism and BioDynamics as a marketing message.  10-17

This Highlights Reel includes short segments from all of the episodes from 2016. It was a varied, informative and entertaining year. Enjoy!

Wine Country @ Work 
Seasons 5 & 6, 2016-17
  • While 2016 was a nicely productive season 2017 was less so for a number of reasons. First, we concentrated on fund raising, connecting with a fiscal sponsor and seeking non-profit donations so we can improve the quality and distribution of the show. That was time consuming and took time away from production. Then we had the Wine Country fires during the peak of the tour season, when we often get great material for the shows so...! This of course caused delays. But the 2018 season is off to a good start with some great shows planned so stay tuned.   

  • You can donate towards the production of WCAW as we explore the Joys of Wine Country and receive a tax deduction thanks our Fiscal Sponsorship with Intersection for the Arts. CLICK HEREClick HERE for the 2012-13 First & Second Seasons. And Click HERE for the 2014-15 Third & Fourth Seasons.  Enjoy.