Braiden Albrecht

24. February – (North Hollywood – CALIFORNIA) – SOMM TV, the leading video streaming platform and comprehensive podcast network for wine, food and travel, launched two new full seasons of two wine-related television series this month, continuing to expand its global coverage with new and original programming.

The next season of Verticals is now available, with a new episode every two weeks. The third season of the series Blind Tastings, about couples who challenge each other in a blind wine tasting, has also been released.

Verticals is a collection of short stories, each brilliantly told like a short film. The first episode of the new season of Verticals focuses on the historic Mayacamas Vineyards, a legendary pre-exposure vineyard located in the western part of the Napa Valley mountain range in California. The story is told through the personal view of such wine icons as Phil Coturry, Jean Arnold Sessions, Claire Coppy, Andy Erickson, Kelly White and Brayden Albrecht, all of whom have lived through or been a part of the vineyard’s history. Watch the trailer for Verticals.

In other episodes, viewers around the world are immersed in dreams, problems and the human condition with experience, including rare and unprecedented access to Lafitte Rothschild (France), Paul Hobbs (Sonoma, California; New York; Argentina), Martinelli (Sonoma, CA), Clos du Val (Napa, CA), Pierre Peters (Champagne, France) and Keith Wine, Camins 2 Dreams/Tara Gomez (Santa Ynez Valley, CA).

In addition to the people who help tell the story of the Mayacamas vineyards, the second season of Verticals also features these wine industry greats: Paul Hobbs, Agustina Hobbs, Shaker Jones, Olav Goellet, Bernard Porte, Ted Henry, Stephen Spurrier, Julianna Martinelli, Lee Martinelli, Sr, Carolyn Martinelli, Tessa Gorsuch, Tara Gomez, Mireya Taribo, Richard Gomez, Elaine Chukan Brown, Dlyn Proctor, Steve Mattiasson, Jonah Beer, John Williams, Julien Fayard, Rodolph Peters, Baron Rothschild and Saskia Rothschild.

The third season of Blind Tasting, a series in which wine professionals meet to blindly taste each other’s wines, also aired on SOMM TV this month. What’s unique about this season is that in each episode, couples from the wine world, from winemakers to sommeliers, have to taste wines blind, which leads to a very exciting challenge and conflict. Couples: Erin and Massimo Di Constanzo, Di Constanzo; Beverly and Arvind Sodhani, Sodhani Vineyards; Andrew and Amanda Pattison, Wine Director and Sommelier; Jill and Steve Matteasson, Matteasson Wines; Jonah and Sarah Beer ; Frog’s Leap Winery and True North Wine Merchants; Leslie and Rich Frank, Frank Family Vineyards; Tara Gomez and Mireia Taribo, Camins 2 Dreams; Jessica and Pete Stolpman, Stolpman Vineyards; and Cathy Corison and William Martin, Corison Winery. A trailer of the blind tasting can be found here.

SOMM TV is an independent network of films, programs and podcasts about wine, food and travel that is not affiliated with any sommelier group or wine organization or a division of Forgotten Man Films.

Forgotten Man Films, the parent company of SOMM TV, was formed by the team that created and produced SOMM’s documentary trilogy, including director Jason Wise, producer Christine Wise and cinematographer Jackson Myers. Diana Carpenter joins the series as executive producer of the SOMM’s second and third films.
SOMM TV is the first SVOD (Subscription Video on Demand) streaming platform and a complete network of podcasts on wine, food and travel. It features exclusive new programs, films and educational content developed from the ground up by the team that created the award-winning documentary series SOMM.

For viewers, SOMM TV is available on any device and smart TV around the world through a dedicated app and website, and free podcasts can be found on all major platforms, including iTunes and Spotify. SOMM TV is available for just $5.99 per month or $49.99 for a full year after a three-day free trial. Use promo code VERTICALS at checkout to get your first 3 months of SOMM TV at 50% off.

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