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Wines & Wonders podcast

Both Dannielle Bryan and Kirsten Henry Fox have unique perspectives on how they view life.

Dannielle uses her shamanic lens to view that which happens; she studies each situation from multiple perspectives; and, she has easy-to-grasp tools that she uses and offers to us for assimilating information so we can be at peace with it.

Kirsten views everything through her study of the history, stories and flavors of wine. As an executive sommelier, she overlays each life situation or challenge with what wine she'd pair to it. How would the history, stories, or flavors of a certain wine reflect what she is going through or what they are discussing?

Listen as Dannielle and Kirsten navigate their perspectives on life through the seasons of their podcast: time, death, love, play... all human feelings and situations are fair game. They'd love for you to join them. Filling your life with hope and your glass with wine!

Mar 12, 2020

Are you wondering how you can minimize your fears around the Coronavirus outbreak? What are some simple ways to gain some perspective as the world focuses on the situation? When you see things on TV or read things online or in the papers, how do you take in the information and yet not worry 24/7 about the whole thing? 

Kirsten Fox interviews Dannielle Bryan, of, who presents a few ways to help yourself be calmer and more present as we are faced each day with increasing numbers of coronavirus victims. If you remember the saying from elementary school about fire, “Stop, drop and roll,” you’re already on your way to discovering new tools for yourself. 

After Dannielle gives you great information to help you be as peaceful as possible when bad news is swirling around you, Kirsten shares about an epidemic in the mid-1800’s that almost wiped out the world’s vineyards. She explains how they were saved and highlights an area of the world that the epidemic never reached: Chile. You will hear about an awesome wine from Chile, Marques de Casa Concha Cabernet Sauvignon, that she pairs to the Coronavirus. And listen for how a $20 bottle can drink like an $80 Napa Cab!