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Kermit Lynch's Adventures in Wine

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Berkeley-based wine merchant Kermit Lynch has been selling and distributing his favorite Italian and French wines for over 40 years. He’s known for favoring wines that express their “terroir”– a French term referring to the natural environment in which a wine is produced — including factors like soil, geography and climate. Lynch joins us to discuss his career and his influential book, “Adventures on the Wine Route: A Wine Buyer’s Tour of France,” which is being re-released this month in a 25th anniversary edition.

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Kermit Lynch, owner of Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant in Berkeley, and author of "Adventures on the Wine Route: A Wine Buyer's Tour of France"

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