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Today it’s all about Miele and the amazing appliances produced by this company.  If you have any of the household names in basic kitchen appliances that are now made in China you know that quality has taken a back seat and become secondary to cheap sticker price.  You also know that those appliances don’t perform well or last like they used to!

My guest is Jed Karban the Midwest Regional Representative for Miele.

Image result for miele logoFounded in 1899 by Carl Miele and Reinhard Zinkann as a centrifuge factory, Miele initially became a well positioned supplier for agriculture, with product divisions such as dairy equipment, washing machines, bicycles and even automobiles. Today, the company’s focus is on the claim to global leadership in quality and technology for household and commercial appliances.  www.mieleusa.com

Miele is an independent family-owned company with the claim to being an industry leader in quality and technology. Miele stands for partnership-based conduct towards its business partners, an employee-focused corporate culture as well as continuity of values, goals and leadership.

If you want to see a top shelf demonstration kitchen just stop by The Kitchen Place on East Douglas in the Design District.  The new location is bigger and better and has the latest in design innovation, cabinetry, tile, counter tops and so much more.

3234 E Douglas Ave, Wichita, KS 67208
In the second half winemaker Justin Seidenfeld Joins us to talk about Sonoma’s Rodney Strong Winery.  www.rodneystrong.com
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Justin Seidenfeld

Justin’s winemaking career began in Sebastopol, California, where he was an intern at Iron Horse winery in 2005. He quickly rose from cellar hand to taking on winemaking responsibilities which led to a position in 2006 at the venerable Robert Mondavi Winery in the Napa Valley.
As a harvest enologist at Mondavi, Seidenfeld walked some of California’s premiere vineyards and gained a comprehensive understanding of quality land and viticulture. Continuing on to become an enologist, he took that experience into winemaking and supervised the winemaking of Estancia, Clos du Bois, Simi, and others within the Constellation portfolio. Additional responsibilities included overseeing small lot Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir winemaking. Justin graduated from the University of California, Davis in 2006 with a B.S. in Viticulture & Enology.

Good Life Guy’s Wine of the Week:
The Wines of Rodney Strong
Our story begins over 55 years ago, when a celebrated American dancer named Rod Strong settled in Sonoma County to pursue a second lifelong creative passion: winemaking. Rodney Strong Vineyards was the 13th winery bonded in the newly discovered Sonoma County wine industry. A trio of winemaking paths crossed when Rick Sayre joined the team as Winemaker in 1979, and again when the Klein Family, 4th generation California farmers, purchased the winery in 1989 and initiated a renewed commitment of modern artisan winemaking. Through the years, Rodney Strong Vineyards has earned the reputation for critically acclaimed Single Vineyard and Reserve wines, stand out Estate releases and best-in-class Sonoma County varietal wines.
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