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The Tim Laskis Show: Entrepreneurs, Athletes and Entertainers

Listen as Tim digs deep into the mind's of his guests for nuggets of wisdom. He interviews go getters from a wide range of industries including business, professional sports and entertainment that discuss what it takes to be successful. Check out these great interviews: Episode 071: Mitch Russo (Millionare and former CEO for Tony Robbins and business partner with Chet Holmes and Shark Tank star, Kevin Harrington. Episode 060: Zach Osborne (2017 Supercross and Motocross Champion), Episodes 082 & 083: Micky Dymond (1986 & 1987 Motocross Champion), Episodes 045 & 046: Michael Talbott (Miami Vice star, AKA Detictive Switek), Episode 014: Robinn Lange (Former Entertainment Agent for Michael Jordan and The Beach Boys), Episode 053: Zach Benson (Entrepreneur, Television Dancer and YouTube Star), Episode 004: George Young (Star of Discovery Channel's hit show, "Bering Sea Gold").
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Jul 10, 2017

In 2006, Jesse and his brother, Aaron, had an opportunity to purchase several tons of Pinot Noir, their favorite varietal. It cost them their life savings, but the opportunity was too good to pass up. Using the facilities at August Briggs Winery, owned by their uncle Joe, they produced a wine that was all their own –the first vintage of Romililly Pinot Noir. They made a lot of mistakes and learned plenty. Their little 200-case vintage gained them a lot of attention, earning a 93 rating from the Pinot Report. For the next five years, they kept at it, slowly increasing their production, but never enough to satisfy demand, so they kept growing the business. Jesse says it is all about family, learning by doing, taking on more than they can probably handle, and including wine in every part of their lives. They pride themselves on being upstarts in the winemaking industry, not winemaking royalty, and their renegade approach influences the wine they make and it keeps them hungry for success. Be sure to check them out at http://augustbriggs.com and http://Romililly.com. Also, you can stop by any of the wine tasting rooms in northern California

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