The past 12 months have been a year to remember … and one almost everyone would like to forget. A global pandemic killed more than 1.76 million people and shut down multiple nations, often more than once. The restaurant and travel industries were particularly devastated and have yet to recover; in the United States, more
Garlic and Red Wine Shrimp Recipe! 1 lb. peeled and deveined raw shrimp 1/4 cup olive oil 2 tbsp minced garlic 1 tbsp butter 1 heaping tsp paprika 1 tbsp lemon juice 1 tbsp parsley flakes 1/4 cup Shotgun Red “Touch of Sweet” Wine lightly brown garlic in olive oil add shrimp and all other
You’ve got to love the classic tale of the underdog who gets out from under their parents’ thumb and makes a name for themselves on their own terms. Maybe that’s why Malbec’s so popular. It’s a grape that went far from its roots and still made one heck of a splash. It’s a French wine
How to Taste Wine with Alexis Kahn of the French Culinary Institute and L’Ecole
Every Sunday Tom Cannavan of wine-pages.com chooses a new wine of the week. For 29 November 2015 the Majestic Definition Sauvignon Blanc 2015 from New Zealand is his Wine of the Week.
Pomegranate wine is perfect for the holidays!!! It is a very easy and tasty wine without adding yeast to it. Pomegranate Wine ############## Ingredients ——————- Pomegranate Sugar Water Wheat Grains Cardamom Cloves Cinnamon Stick How to make pomegranate wine at home മാതളനാരങ്ങ വീഞ്ഞ് Anar wine Maathalanaranga wine How to make pomegranate wine Pomegranate wine without
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As we look back at the best of 2020, we’re showcasing the videos that helped us pass the time through the worst of the crisis. Whether it was having fun with the creative contributors to our “Wine at Home”–themed video contest, cooking new meals, tagging along with a famous California chef or learning more about
No spring or summer party is complete without a pitcher of sangria. Delicious as it is easy, make this simple recipe today!
Different countries and cultures ring in the New Year with the same hopes for luck and prosperity, and each has delicious traditions that demand a perfect wine. Find your favorite New Year’s wine pairing tradition! Try pairing wine to these classic New Year’s cuisines. New Year’s Wine Pairings From Around The World Every culture around
Hola! This week’s theme seems to be wine… As I sat contemplating the complexities of a certain Malbec, I realized how we taste wine could be (dare I say should we) taste life. Watch this video to see what I mean! Be sure to subscribe to this channel, and please share with your peeps! Cheers
http://mirabeauwine.com – Gavin Quinney (the English owner of Chateau Bauduc) discusses wines and winemaking in Bordeaux. Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/MirabeauWine https://www.facebook.com/mirabeauwine https://twitter.com/mirabeauwine
Every Monday Tom Cannavan of wine-pages.com chooses a new wine of the week. For 25th November 2019 the Vergelegen, Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2013, a South African red wine from Stellenbosch.
Here we are with another very particular wine, the Date Wine 🍷 Let us know what you think about it and leave your comment to share your experience. 😉 You will need: Dates 1 kg Raisins 100 g Water 4 liters Honey 1 tbsp Yeast 5 g https://amzn.to/3fa7Lzq Here, on my website, you will soon
In this program you will discover Chile’s secret to success as a world class wine producing nation. Chile has it all; wines of purity and intensity, an industry made up of passionate and dedicated people, all nestled between the majestic Andes Mountains and Pacific Ocean. Produced in 2007
5 Things to Know about Spanish Navarra wines, reds, whites, and rosés… Episode #19 of the Talking Wine with Julien series (TWWJ). 1- A wine region overshadowed by its famous neighbor Rioja 2- The grapes & wine styles of Navarra wines 3- Terroir, Climate 4- History in Brief: 14th Century, Pilgrimage Route to Compostela 5-
Tom Cannavan of wine-pages.com chooses the Chateau Ka, Cadet de Ka Red Wine 2009 from Lebanon as his Wine of the Week for 28 April 2013
Accessing prime grapes from vineyards in Sonoma County, they’ve created this value Cab that’s pure Duckhorn and drinking beautifully right now. 2013 was an outstanding vintage in Sonoma and offered beautifully ripe, top quality fruit. http://www.wineexpress.com/shopping/prod_detail/main.asp?productID=35170
New research suggests that wine and cheese are not only a perfect pairing but could also lower your risk of developing cognitive diseases like Alzheimer’s. The most common form of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease leads to the deterioration of brain functions that affect memory and the ability to perform daily tasks. According to the Alzheimer’s Association,
No wine aerator? No problem. If you have a milk frother for your cappuccinos you can easily use it to aerate your wine. Josh shows us how!
Fred Scherrer of the Scherrer Winery (www.scherrerwinery.com) answers a question about how acidity helps to preserve wines as they age and a lengthy discussion of wie chemistry ensues. This is a video for winemakers, wine geeks, and the like. Filmed at Flickinger Wines (www.flickingerwines.com) in Chicago. Sound and video quality has increased dramatically at Ask
For Mary J. Blige, getting into the wine game was a labor of love. The nine-time Grammy winner and Academy Award nominee launched her Sun Goddess label earlier this year, which includes a Pinot Grigio made with skin-contact and a Sauvignon Blanc, both from from Italy’s Friuli region. In the latest episode of Straight Talk