• rogerloveswine

Meet Roger Chiang, the creator and co-host of Sip On This.

Welcome to Sip On This, a podcast series that takes you into the luscious vineyards of Napa and Sonoma Valleys and beyond!

Are you planning a trip to Napa and Sonoma? Use Sip On This to select the wineries you want to visit and enhance your tasting experience!

I'm Roger Chiang, the co-host of Sip On This. By day, I'm a media executive -- I love to tell people's stories. At night and on the weekends, I'm a wine enthusiast -- I love to drink and explore wine.

When I moved to San Francisco in 2016 to start a new job, much of the allure of moving to the Bay Area included weekend trips to Napa and Sonoma. This region has more than 525 wineries, and I'm on a mission to find the most delicious wine and most beautiful winery.

I started Sip On This because I often encounter many visitors who have many common questions about wine tasting: how to swirl, sniff and smell, see and taste and describe wine. Whether you're a new wine drinker or a sommelier, Sip On This will make better your wine knowledge and experience.

In Napa, "Cabernet is King!" But my jam is Syrah.

Remember to subscribe to the Sip On This podcast to get the most recent episodes!

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  • rogerloveswine

Updated: Nov 14, 2018

Meet J'nai Gaither, the co-host of Sip On This.

Welcome to Sip On This! I'm J'nai Gaither and I work as a food and wine writer and copywriter. As a writer, my work has appeared in Eater, Plate Magazine, DiningOutChicago, New York Magazine and various other publications.

As a copywriter, my work has been represented by Amy's Kitchen, Sargento Cheese and Popsicle. I love telling the stories of these longstanding, storied and admired brands.

Let's make talking about wine as easy as talking to your best friend!

I love working in Napa and Sonoma and sharing my wine knowledge with everyone. Recently, I worked harvest in Sonoma County and gained greater insight into the science and production of wine-making.

Wine is such an interdisciplinary discipline and you can learn so much from it.

I studied Chinese language and literature at Carleton College and The Claremont Colleges. Right now, I am working toward becoming the first black Master of Wine.

Remember to subscribe to the Sip On This podcast to get the most recent episodes!

#wine #napa #sonoma #winetasting #sanfrancisco

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