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David Kohl explains the nuances of examining + enjoying Old & Rare wines, highlighting an impeccable bottle of 1969 Remoissenet Premier Cru from Burgundy’s Volnay region. Old & Rare wines are perfectly preserved, having been temperature controlled during the aging process. Most likely these wines are located in private collector cellars, rather than retail stores.
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Today, the state of Washington is awash in top-flight Cabernet producers, but that wasn’t the case in 1978, when this elite winery was founded by the nephew of legendary winemaker André Tchelistcheff. Wine Spectator’s No. 9 Wine of 2022 is Quilceda Creek Cabernet Sauvignon Columbia Valley 2018. Explore Wine Spectator’s free newsletters: https://www.winespectator.com/newsletters Introductory offer:
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Winemaker Rob Davis discusses the evolution of 2002 Cabernet Sauvignon, Alexander Valley. Tasting note includes vintage history, as well as taste profile, food pairing suggestions and optimal cellaring life. Complete written tasting note and purchasing information ($83) available at http://www.jordanwinery.com/wines/cabernet_sauvignon/vintages/2002. 75% Cabernet Sauvignon, 23% Merlot, 1% Petit Verdot and 1% Cabernet Franc Aged in 65%
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Winemaker Hugo Stewart from Les Clos Perdus talks about natural wines, sulphur in wine, and how he uses sulfur at his property in Corbières, France, in the Languedoc. Ask a Winemaker talked to Hugo on location at the Renaissance des Terroirs tasting in Angers, France in 2010. See more with Hugo Stewart: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLddUmDhg4G_K1NaGc8BxVYCBGilCoEFbk Ask a
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Sommelier André Hueston Mack returns for another edition of World of Wine, this time sampling bottles of Veuve Clicquot champagne across a 50-year age range. How does a champagne from the early 1970’s compare to one bottled only a few months ago? Director: Gunsel Pehlivan/Dan Siegel Director of Photography: Kevin Dynia Editor: Michael Imhoff Host:
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Explore shops, art and restaurants –all while enjoying local bites and wines! The Spring Wine Walk is coming to forest park –offering guests *16 wines to taste –and a bottle to take home! Ryan Gillian and Laurie Kokenes join us for a preview.
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Aurelio Montes and Wine Spectator senior editor James Molesworth enjoyed a rare vertical tasting of Montes’ flagship wine, Alpha M, and discussed the evolution in winemaking that can be seen in the vintages from 1996 through 2004.
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In this exclusive interview, Wine Spectator editor and publisher Marvin R. Shanken speaks with Italian wine icon Angelo Gaja about how his three children each play an irreplaceable role within the family business. Read the full interview in the April 30, 2024, issue of Wine Spectator: https://www.winespectator.com/issues/angelo-gaja-champion-of-italian-wine-2024-04-30 Subscribe now at https://www.winespectator.com/subscribe
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Wine Spectator looks forward to gathering with longtime readers and new friends at its annual Grand Tour tastings—and tickets for the three evening events are on sale now! After a highly successful run in late 2021, the Grand Tour will be returning to its usual spring period, with two exciting new locations to provide a
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http://ovineyards.com/english/tasting-dirt-in-a-wine-bottle-the-extremes-of-terroir/ A little parody of how winemakers talk about vin de terroir being better than vin d’effort. This is when winemakers say that you want a wine to reflect a sense of place or terroir and you don’t want to sense a human hand at work. Of course this is the exaggeration of that philosophy
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What is Chardonnay? Winemaker John Paul of Cameron Winery in Oregon describes the grape as he feels it should be. John Paul of Cameron Winery produces wines in Oregon from, among others, his “Clos Electrique” vineyard site. We filmed with John Paul at Storyteller Wine Company in Portland and at the winery. See all of
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QTCinderella and Maya discuss the new docudrama about disciplinary schools called The Program, Maya joined a football team and injured her hand, they share their real feelings about The Yard and try to mimic their style. 🌟Bonus Content on Patreon🌟 ► https://www.patreon.com/wineaboutit 🎵 Audio Version 🎵 🎧 Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/WineAboutItSpotify 🎧 Apple Podcast: https://tinyurl.com/WineAboutItApple 🎧 Google:
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Discover the hidden gem of Costco’s seasonal wines – Kirkland Signature Bordeaux Superior. Learn about its origins, the renowned winemaking region of Bordeaux, and the unique grape varietals used. Join us on this tasting journey as we uncover the flavors that make this wine truly exceptional. #CostcoWine #KirklandSignature #BordeauxSuperior #WineTasting #FrenchWines #WineLovers #WineExploration #FineWines #SeasonalSelection
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A taste challenge! Both are Maguay Espadín mezcals. Monte Alban- introduced in 1977. 80 proof. Produced for Barton Imports. https://www.sazerac.com/our-brands/sazerac-brands/monte-alban.html Xicaru Silver- introduced in 2013. 81 proof. A Xicaru brand. https://xicarumezcal.com/brands/mezcal/xicaru-silver-mezcal/
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🍷Discover the secrets to perfect wine service in today’s video! Whether you’re studying wine or just love enjoying it at home, knowing how to open a bottle correctly enhances the experience for everyone involved. From choosing the right corkscrew to the nuances of serving sparkling wine, I dive deep into the art and science behind
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