The Drinking Hour podcast: being biodynamic, Chile and making a mixer

In episode seven of The Drinking Hour, David Kermode talks to Yangarra’s winemaker Peter Fraser about being biodynamic and the Dutch twins behind an exciting new mixer brand, plus hear Alistair Cooper MW on why Chilean wine should be on your radar

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Double Dutch founders Joyce and Raissa De Haas

Biodynamic wine is booming, but how do you make it, and what difference does it make to what ends up in your glass? Host David Kermode talks to one of its leading exponents, winemaker Peter Fraser from Australian firm Yangarra, to get the answers.

If you ever fantasise about taking drinks creation into your own hands, Dutch twins Raissa and Joyce De Haas should be on your radar. They created their own range of mixers because they weren’t happy with the choices already on the market. In this week’s instalment of The Drinking Hour podcast, Kermode speaks with the twins about the process of setting up their dream tonic business, Double Dutch.

Plus, Alistair Cooper MW takes us to Chile for his island supply this week for his Desert Island Drink.

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