The Drinking Hour podcast: What’s wrong with my wine?

In Episode 137 of The Drinking Hour podcast, host David Kermode is joined by Dr Jamie Goode, a wine critic and the author of Flawless: Understanding Faults in Wine, to take a whistle-stop tour of the problems that might lurk within a bottle of wine

Words by Club Oenologique Editors

Dr Jamie Goode is a wine writer based in London who has authored several books, including Flawless: Understanding Faults in Wine. He has previously worked as a science editor and holds a PhD in plant biology.

In the latest episode of The Drinking Hour podcast, he joins host David Kermode to talk about the most common faults that can affect wine, including Brettanomyces, cork taint, lightstrike, mousiness, premature oxidation, smoke taint and volatile acidity. As well as discussing the causes and characters of these issues, the discussion also touches on the subjectivity of their perception.

Listen and subscribe to The Drinking Hour podcast on iTunesSpotify and Android.

Discover more episodes of The Drinking Hour with David Kermode here