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Wine Soundtrack, one of Italy’s leading podcasts about wine, is the voice of the Italian wine growers and winemakers. Wine Soundtrack was launched in Italy in May 2017 and is now launching in the U.S. In each podcast, wine producers share the story of who they are and their winery through a series of 30 questions.

Wine Soundtrack was created to bring to life an idea of sharing and insight; it allows wine lovers to listen to the hopes, dreams, intuitions, prospects, loves and passions of the protagonists of the wine world, directly from their own voices.

Wine Soundtrack will make you smile and amuse you through the voices of those who have decided to express their own character, their own dreams and their own ambitions in each bottle of wine. Wine Soundtrack will lead us through the vineyards of ideas and of visionary thinking and will share the passion of these producers.

Claudio Latagliata

Claudio Latagliata

Claudio Latagliata is the creator and executive producer of the podcast that offers a voice to Italian wine growing and winemaking. Founder and main partner of Dukapis & Partners, Claudio has many decades of experience in management and organization within diverse sectors of production, both in Italy and Europe, with particular specialization dedicated to winemaking businesses and family-run businesses of all sizes.

Allison Levine

Allison Levine

Allison Levine is our voice of Season 1 of Wine Soundtrack America. Allison Levine is owner of Please The Palate, a boutique agency specializing in marketing and event planning for the wine and spirits industry. With over 15 years of experience in communications, marketing and event planning, Allison is passionate about the world around her and the diverse people in it. Allison holds a Master’s Degree in International Communications with a focus on cross-cultural training from the American University School of International Service. She also holds a WSET Level 3 Certificate from the Wine & Spirits Education Trust (WSET), an Italian Wine Specialist Diploma from the North American Sommelier Association, a Certified Meeting Professional Certificate (CMP), and is BarSmarts Wired certified. As an industry expert, she works with wine regions around the world, organizing trade and media events around the United States. She has traveled extensively and has lived abroad in Italy, Spain and Mexico where she developed her passion for food and wine. Her work allows her to live life to the fullest and, as a freelance writer, Allison communicates her experiences into articles, as well as in her blog. She is a columnist for the Napa Valley Register, as well as a regular contributor to California Winery Advisor. Her work as also appeared in ATOD Magazine, Wine Industry Advisory, WineTouristMagazine, Thrillist, LA Weekly, LAPALME, BIN (Beverage Industry News), FoodableTV, Drink Me Mag, WeSaidGoTravel.com, Wine Country This Week and The Tasting Panel.

Massimo Cervelli

Massimo Cervelli

La nostra voce al maschile per la stagione 1 di Wine Soundtrack. Conduttore e autore radiofonico, vanta collaborazioni e produzioni radiofoniche di prima classe. Vastissima la sua esperienza radiofonica dove nei diversi programmi condotti, ha ospitato personaggi del calibro di Laura Pausini, Roberto Vecchioni, Pino Daniele, Lucio Dalla. Da sempre appassionato di enologia cerca ora, al fianco di Claudio Latagliata, il connubio perfetto tra passione e professione sarà lui, nella stagione 1, che darà voce ai produttori di vino che si avvicenderanno nel nostro studio di registrazione e che ci racconteranno come nasce una bottiglia di vino.

Boi Tuyen Huynh

Boi Tuyen Huynh

La nostra voce al femminile per la stagione 1 di Wine Soundtrack. Si occupa di marketing e comunicazione da oltre 15 anni in aziende di largo consumo e information technology. Si divide tra due amori: quello per la tecnologia digitale e quello per il vino. Nata a Saigon nell’afosa estate del 1977, di origine cinese ma con l’amarone che scorre nelle vene. Cittadina del mondo, è paragonabile ad un vitigno internazionale, visto che si adatta facilmente a qualsiasi latitudine e rende completi i vini con la sua discreta ed elegante presenza. Ottimista ostinata, per lei il bicchiere è sempre mezzo pieno…di vino, ca va sans dire

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