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This Burgundy grand cru Chardonnay earns the No. 6 spot of Wine Spectator’s 2021 Top 100 Wines of the Year. Senior editor Bruce Sanderson explains how this classic Corton-Charlemagne is made. Wine Spectator’s Top 100 Wines of 2021: https://top100.winespectator.com/ Explore Wine Spectator’s free newsletters: https://winesp.ec/3FAhhbz Introductory offer: Subscribe to Wine Spectator for just $12! https://winesp.ec/2JTLzy1
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Why is Henschke Hill of Grace Shiraz more than just a wine? Winemaker Stephen Henschke leads a tasting of the iconic Australian wine at Wine Spectator’s 2017 New York Wine Experience, reminding us that each bottle has a story behind it.
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Winemaker Jens Windisch describes reduction and oxidation in wine from a winemaker’s perspective. Jens makes wine at Weingut Werther Windisch in the Rheinhessen and he makes Riesling, Sylvaner, Spatburgunder and Portugeiser. Jens sat down with Ask a Winemaker during a trip sponsored by Wines of Germany and this video was produced with support from that
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Amarone della Valpolicella is a powerful red wine made in Veneto region in Italy. In this video I will talk about grape varieties used in Amarone wines, about the unique vine-making technique called Appassimento, what is behind the sweetness in this vine, how Amarone tastes like and some food pairing recommendations. Be sure to subscribe
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Winemaker Matt Taylor invited senior editor James Molesworth for a look at Ink Grade on Howell Mountain in California’s Napa Valley. The Cabernet Sauvignon project is part of the Lawrence family’s slate of brands that includes Heitz Cellar, Burgess Cellars, Stony Hill and others.
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Gamay in Oregon. Scott Frank, Winemaker at Bow and Arrow Wines in Portland talks about his love for Loire Varieties including Gamay (Did you know that many Loire producers grow Gamay?) He feels that the Willamette Valley is an ideal place for Loire Grapes. See our whole playlist with Scott Frank: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLddUmDhg4G_IXB4XJrFh0J_M9Zolen10F See all of
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The road to winemaking in Burgundy from North Carolina is described be Blair Pethel. Blair Pethel, an American from North Carolina, makes wine at Domaine Dublère, his estate in Savigny-lès-Beaune in Burgundy, France. Thumbnail photo credit: http://www.domaine-dublere.com/en/gallery Filmed at the IPNC in 2014. Subscribe to Ask a Winemaker for hundreds more wine videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=askawinemaker Have
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In my seventh video in my Georgia series the wonderful black grape variety – Saperavi. Watch this video to learn all about the native grape of this amazing country which claims an ancient tradition of producing fantastic wines. You can watch all of the released Georgia videos here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7icyVWi7LU&list=PLHvqIB13xXh0-4si3vndOXkqOKbMTwLPw I hope you enjoy this series.
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Winemaker Jochen Beurer of Weingut Beurer in Swabia, in Germany talks about sub soils on which he grows Riesling. Watch all of our videos withs Jochen Beurer here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list… Subscribe to Ask a Winemaker for hundreds more wine videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c… Have a question for a winemaker? Post it in the comments and we will try
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From high in Argentina’s Mendoza region comes Wine Spectator’s No. 8 Wine of 2020. Senior editor Kim Marcus, who reviewed the wine, shares the story of this Argentine Malbec with French roots. More Wine Spectator Top 100 Wines of the Year content: https://top100.winespectator.com/ Explore Wine Spectator’s free newsletters: http://winesp.ec/3nxPCOU Introductory offer: Subscribe to Wine Spectator
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Winemaker Thomas Bachelder has made Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in Oregon and Burgundy and earned a reputation for finesse among wine writers all over the world, but in the past ten years, he has shifted his focus to Niagara, Canada where Master Sommelier John Szabo says he is “evidently on a monk’s errand to map
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What are the grapes that make up One Of Italy’s Best Red Wines? So the world famous Amarone is a blend of several native grapes from Valpolicella area in the Veneto region found in northeastern Italy. Here’s my TOP Amarone Pick: Ugolini “Valle Alta” Amarone della Valpolicella https://shop.royalwinemerchants.com/ugolini-valle-alta-amarone-della-valpolicella-2013.html It landed in the Top 100 Wines
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