Learn how to taste red wine with our Wine Educator, Rachel! In this episode, Rachel uses the five S’s of wine tasting to identify specific characteristics of reds. Grab a glass and get connected. To purchase the featured wine, click here: https://bit.ly/2xWeN9M
Month: January 2021
Tasting Red Wines from $4 to $100+ to see if we can tell a difference between cheap vs expensive wines. Hi Everyone! I’ve been thinking of doing this video for so long as a fun little experiment since I love red wines. In this video, I bought red wines in different price ranges from $4
Every Monday Tom Cannavan of wine-pages.com chooses a new wine of the week. For 4th May 2020 an iconic wine from Spain, the ‘Bull’s Blood’ red wine Torres, Sangre de Toro 2018.
Learn how to make this classic French recipe for coq au vin that is slow-cooked with vegetables and mushrooms in a delicious wine broth. Coq au vin translates from French to English as a rooster in wine. While roosters are a little hard to find in America, the female hen is most often used in
Major Food Group (MFG) expanded to Miami Beach, Fla., this week with the opening of its famed Italian restaurant, Carbone. The existing Carbone locations in New York, Las Vegas and Hong Kong comprise three of MFG’s seven Restaurant Award winners, which include Wine Spectator Grand Award winner the Grill in New York. “I, along with
After a week visiting Serra Gaucha and tasting several wines Oz Clarke gives his opinion about the wines of Brazil.
Louis Moreau, winemaker and president of the Chablis commission, tells Beverage Industry about the Chablis region and how the terroir impacts wines from the area.
Learn how to infuse oil with Jordan Winery Executive Chef Todd Knoll’s Infused Olive Oil Recipe. These tips and techniques for homemade citrus oil and Asian oil are perfect for vinaigrette dressing or drizzling over fish to finish a main course. Infused oils also make for great gift ideas, dinner party table decorations or place
Baron Benjamin de Rothschild—banker, philanthropist and wine estate owner—died of a heart attack at his home, Château de Pregny, in Geneva, Switzerland, on Jan. 15. He was 57. De Rothschild was chairman of the privately owned financial group Edmond de Rothschild, founded by his father, which has banks in Paris, Luxembourg, Geneva and London, with
How do you make a dandelion wine or mead? That is the question that has plagued humankind since the discovery of the humble dandelion. Some of the recipes shown in this video are from the Great Depression and earlier. When we set out to make this dandelion home brew, we set a big goal: over
The Force is strong at Jordan Winery in Sonoma. Our grape growers have it. Our winemakers have it. Our family has it. And soon, our harvest interns will have that power, too. View all our Star Wars videos at http://blog.jordanwinery.com/2015/10/star-wars-video-parody-cab-wars-the-force-of-harvest-awakens/.
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For many, Barolos are considered the best wine in Italy. Learn more about Barolo Piemonte wines in this free video from a professional sommelier. Expert: Mark Middlebrook Contact: www.paulmarcuswines.com Bio: Mark Middlebrook sells and writes about wine for Paul Marcus Wines in Oakland, California. Filmmaker: Sam Lee
We’ve talked about Pinot Noir in the past: anyone who loves wine is capable of talking about this grape until their faces turn blue. We know it makes amazing reds, whites, and takes part in some of the most popular sparklers of all time. But what about rosé? Is rosé wine, so often relegated to
After a month of strict restrictions on California businesses, including bans on outdoor dining and wine tastings, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced an easing of shutdown rules last night. The move is welcome news to a coalition of 50 impacted businesses in the Bay Area that filed a lawsuit last week against Newsom and the state’s
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What does it mean to be ‘Classic’ in the world of Rioja wines? We have Carlos López de Lacalle of Artadi Wines en la casa to discuss ‘Modern’ vs. ‘Classic’ Rioja!
Wine and chocolate?! Find a match made in heaven. Your guide is Wine Spectator’s Harvey Steiman, who tastes a few harmonious pairings and warns you about less than harmonious combinations.
Chateauneuf Royalty Laurence Feraud is on hand this week to give us the 4-1-1 on one of our absolute favorite areas in the wine world!
In 1971, Aldo Vajra, was one of the earliest to adopt organic farming in Piemonte. Vineyards have been nurtured, and soil preserved, by grassing and spontaneous cover crop for almost 50 years now. They are sustainable and organic certified.
What happens when you bring both Bordeaux and German know-how to Bolgheri? For wine star Axel Heinz, it’s paid off, as he has helped Ornellaia become one of the biggest names in Italian wine. Born and raised in Germany, but influenced by his family’s Bordeaux origins, Heinz became estate director of Ornellaia in 2005. In
The Champagne region of France may have reigned supreme in the world of sparkling wine for centuries — but increasingly, it’s being given a run for its money by one of its closest neighbors. England is now producing some of the globe’s finest sparkling wine. Imitiaz Tyab reports from an award-winning vineyard an hour outside
Wine writer + expert Elaine Chukan Brown speaks with Sarah Wuethrich, winemaker at Maggy Hawk in Anderson Valley. Elaine and Sarah discuss Sarah’s passion and expertise working in Anderson Valley and how a hands-off wine making approach best showcases the diversity of its fruit. Together, they reveal a different side of California Pinot Noir unique
Brettanomyces is avoided by most winemakers. Chad Stock wondered what would happen if he embraced it. Video 1 of 2 Chad spoke to another producer about this project a few years ago. Their work is worth a watch: https://vimeo.com/84541280 For more with Chad, view our playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FaCODB1_K4o&list=PLddUmDhg4G_Kg1oas7H6T8BISEMPcWoK_ Subscribe to Ask a Winemaker for hundreds more
Can you make wine in an Instant Pot? And does it taste good? Sarah Blaskovich, food writer for The Dallas Morning News, cooked Welch’s grape juice, sugar and yeast in an Instant Pot for two days, following blogger David Murphy’s viral recipe. Then, she let it rest for 19 days. And then Master Sommelier James
The process of conversion of different types of grapes, harvested from our plantations, to high quality wines is carried out in the vine-growing and wine-making complex in Shamakhi 🍇
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