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K&L Spirits Podcast #15 - Importer Charles Neal

If you've ever come to K&L and thought, "I like the wines that K&L selects and the unique products they're able to find from small producers in other countries," then we've achieved our goal.  However, there are a number of importers who do the same thing we do, only they sell directly to retailers like us rather than to the public.  Charles Neal makes a living by going to the French countryside, in search of the finest alcoholic beverages that never quite make it stateside.  His selection of fine Cognac, Armagnac, and Calvados is unmatched by any other portfolio, namely because Charles has gone and found the finest, most interesting expressions.  Listen to him talk about his history, the products he imports, and the people who make them. 

This podcast episode can be downloaded here.  Previous episodes can be downloaded here from our archive or on iTunes.  You can also listen via our embedded Flash player here below.

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