Join Sunday Times Wine Columnist and Vice President of The Sunday Times Wine Club Will Lyons, and comedian Suzi Ruffell as they share their love
of wine and vinous culture with a host of wine-loving special guests.
They’ll be bringing you a behind-the-scenes peek at the many lives inspired by a love of wine – featuring lively conversations with some very
well-known artists, actors, and athletes. So, pull up a chair, pour yourself a glass, and sit back for a wine inspired podcast full of laughs …
and, of course, great wine.
Discussing and decanting with Suzi and Will is the founder of Candy Kittens and reality TV star Jamie Laing. As well as three great wines to taste,
Jamie is inspired by a new wedding gift idea for his fiancée, Will falls in love with rosé all over again and Suzi learns why James Bond likes his
martini shaken not stirred.
Day dreaming about vineyards with Suzi and Will is ITV's This Morning resident chef Clodagh McKenna. As well as three great wines to taste Clodagh
talks about how she plans to be fully sustainable by 2024, Will relishes over Clodagh's ideas for food and wine pairings and Suzi enjoys the Hungarian
wine fit for royalty!
Sipping the day away with Suzi and Will is the author and broadcaster Matt Cain. As well as three great wines to taste Matt talks about his love for
South African wine, Will opens up about his male role models in wine and Suzi asks her best question yet as the Wine Times apprentice.
Pairing wine and a good time together with Suzi and Will are the talkSPORT presenters and hosts of The Men's Room podcast Ade Oladipo and Rory
Jennings. As well as three great wines to taste Ade and Rory talk about the importance of men opening up about their mental health, Will shares why
his postman thinks he is an alcoholic, and Suzi rolls her eyes at the constant football analogies that are kicked about.
Sipping away with Suzi and Will is the Good Morning Britain and host of Tipping Point Ben Shephard - who loves bubbles. As well as three great wines
to taste Ben talks about his familial heritage in fine wine, Will extols the virtues of a quality Riesling, and Suzi recounts the unfortunate events
that overshadowed the first time she met Ben.
Dabbling in wines from across the globe with Suzi and Will is the journalist and broadcaster Matt Chorley - who has an astute love for sauvignon
blanc. As well as tasting three great wines Matt discusses why he believes people should pay less attention to politics, Will talks about his love for
savoury wine and Suzi reflects on some of the greatest highlights from the 80's.
Sloshing along with Suzi and Will is the comedian, writer and broadcaster Tom Allen - who has his own wine wardrobe. As well as three great wines to
taste, Tom talks about his life of wine and performing for royalty, Will discusses the power that the film Sideways had on the wine industry, and Suzi
reveals why the Queen is the doyenne of physical comedy.
Sharing their admiration for wine this week is TV presenter Angellica Bell - who has a new found love for Champagne! As well as tasting three
incredible wines Angellica discusses money saving tips that she has learnt from co-hosting The Martin Lewis Money Show, Will reflects on the oldest
wine he has ever tasted and Suzi reveals her slip up at work when she dusted their oldest bottles of wine - oops!
Clinking away with Suzi and Will is the broadcaster Shaun Keaveny - who has a long-time love affair with Tokaji. As well as three great wines to taste
Shaun talks about his new podcast 'Your Place or Mine', Will uncovers the mystery behind ice wine, and Suzi reveals that when it comes to a wine
bottle's label - "if it has a sausage dog on it - I'm having it!"
Slurping away with Suzi and Will is the broadcaster and restaurant critic Grace Dent - who loves a good dessert wine. As well as three great wines to
taste Grace talks about her latest show with Ainsley Harriott on Channel 4 "The Best of British by the Sea", Will eulogises about English wine, and
Suzi asks the question...Mulled wine - yes or no?
Discussing and decanting with Suzi and Will this week is the broadcaster and multi-Michelin star chef Marcus Wareing - who loves a Chardonnay.
Alongside three great wines to taste, Marcus talks about his latest show "Tales from a Kitchen Garden", Will reveals what makes a wine 'corked', and
Suzi discusses the difference between restaurant critics and comedy critics.
Pouring the wine this series with Will Lyons is the comedian and podcaster Suzi Ruffell - who loves a good wine when she's flying. As well as three
great wines to taste Suzi learns why you shouldn't drink champagne from a flute, and Will gets his blindfold out for a secret taste test.
Pulling crackers and drinking wine with Miquita Oliver and Will Lyons is the broadcaster and musician Jamie Cullum - who loves Burgundy. As well as
three great wines to taste Jamie talks about his latest album The Pianoman at Christmas, Will reveals the perfect Christmas tipple and Miquita tries
to recall her youthful drinking days with a young Master Cullum.
Tasting the tannins with Miquita Oliver and Will Lyons are Henry Firth and Ian Theasby aka BOSH! As well as three great vegan wines to taste; Henry
and Ian pair the wines with recipes from their new cookbook 'BOSH! on a Budget', Will describes the history of the famous Beaujolais Run, and Miquita
gives us an insight into the Caribbean cuisine of Ital.
Raising a toast with Miquita Oliver and Will Lyons at Edinburgh's Prestonfield House is the bestselling author Ian Rankin - who is a fan of all things
French. As well as three great wines to taste; Ian talks about Rebus and why he will never stop writing, Will uncovers the secrets of the Sunday Times
Wine Club, and Miquita reveals she likes a sparkling rosé (as long as it's not too fizzy).
Quaffing away with Miquita Oliver and Will Lyons is the author and broadcaster Emily Dean - who is on the lookout for some low-alcohol wines. As well
as three great wines to taste; Emily talks about her podcast series 'Walking the Dog' and her canine companion Ray, Will explains the process of
removing alcohol from wine, and Miquita asks "are all screwcap wines bad?".
Raising a glass with Miquita Oliver and Will Lyons is the multi award-winning musician Gregory Porter, who is an avid wine collector. As well as two
great wines to taste; Gregory talks about his new album "Still Rising" and reveals his vinous rider, Will explains the history of Bond and Bollinger,
and Miquita learns all about "Two Buck Chuck".
Talking and toasting with Miquita Oliver and Will Lyons is the author podcaster and Queen of the Castle Giovanna Fletcher - who loves and Italian red.
As well as three great wines to taste; Giovanna reveals the recipe to a "Tom and Gi Special" and talks about her new book "Walking on Sunshine", Will
says that it's ok to like a £4 bottle of wine, and Miquita recalls a scary memory of vineyard vertigo.
Popping corks with Miquita Oliver and Will Lyons is the broadcaster, columnist and king of the courtroom Rob Rinder - who loves all wine but has "a
gob like asbestos". As well as three great wines to taste; Rob talks about his memories of food and drink in legal traditions, Will reveals the
history of champagne, and Miquita exposes a smell she cannot abide.
Letting things breath with Miquita Oliver and Will Lyons is the former cricketer and broadcaster Isa Guha - who dreams of touring through the Barossa
Valley. As well as three great wines to taste; Isa talks about the spirit of food and drink on Test Match Special, Will gives a safety lesson on
popping corks, and Miquita learns about a hangover life-hack.
Pouring the wine with Miquita Oliver and Will Lyons this week is the actor Nathaniel Parker - who loves and Italian wine. As well as three great wines
to taste; Nathaniel talks about reprising his role as Henry VIII in the final part of Hilary Mantel's Wolf Hall series The Mirror and the Light, Will
debunks the myths about Chardonnay, and Miquita continues her wine education.
Popping corks with Miquita Oliver and Will Lyons this week is the comedian and podcaster Ed Gamble - who loves a good dessert wine. As well as three
great wines to taste; Ed talks about getting back on the road for his new tour Electric, Will has a peculiar tip for storing wine in an unusual place,
and Miquita tries to learn how to properly use a spittoon.