Month: August 2022

Letting the grapes rest after harvest is an unexpected practice developed by Frank Cornelissen at his winery on Mount Etna. He feels that letting the grapes sit instead of pressing them right away allows for fermentation to begin and proceed more precisely. Subscribe to Ask a Winemaker for hundreds more wine videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=askawinemaker See all
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Types of Rose Wines. Part of the series: Wine Types & Selection Tips. Rose wines are perfect for the summer time or general drinking, and work particularly well with barbecues because they compliment the burnt taste of meat on a grill. Enjoy rose wines during a summer function like a barbecue with tips from a
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Let’s go back in time… by way of a Dominus Estate Napanook Cabernet Sauvignon Vertical Wine Tasting with our Wine Experts, Josh Farrell and Marshall Tilden III . View the full vertical tasting here: http://enth.to/3Akcutv ⁠ Follow us on social media! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wineexpress/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WineExpress/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/WineExpress
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2020 Boschendal 1685 Chardonnay, Cape Coast, South Africa On this episode, Carolyn Evans-Hammond reveals a Chardonnay from South Africa.. The wine delivers great value because it’s reliable and delicious. What’s more, the winery, Boschendal, upholds practices that take good care of the earth. So it’s a wine you can feel good about pouring. Carolyn Evans-Hammond
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Did you know that mostly all of the Bordeaux’s wine production is red and made from five key grapes? In this video we will cover all five types of wine grapes grown in Bordeaux. Purchase The Bordeaux Explorer Selection here: https://www.elicite.com/product/the-bordeaux-explorer-selection Subscribe to our email newsletter: http://bit.ly/ElicitéEmail Follow: https://www.instagram.com/eliciteofficial
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Winemaker Gabrielle Simmers of &Co describes the soil types and location of Hawke’s Bay on the North Island of New Zealand. Gabrielle makes “The Supernatural”, a Sauvignon Blanc from limestone soils. She sat down with Ask a Winemaker at Red and White Wines in Chicago in June 2013. Watch our series with New Zealand winemakers:
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Auction of Washington Wines (AWW) celebrated its 35th calendar year by elevating $four million for Seattle Kid’s Clinic, the Washington Condition College Viticulture and Enology plan and sector grant lover Important Wines, which is “committed to guaranteeing winery and vineyard personnel are regarded, valued, and have entry to health care and other vital means.” Following
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Comparing natural and commercial yeasts and their affect on wine: Jason Lett of the Eyrie Vineyards in Oregon. Jason Lett manages Eyrie Vineyards, one of the iconic producers of wine in Oregon. See all of our videos with Sean O’Callaghan at Riecine: Subscribe to Ask a Winemaker for hundreds more wine videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=askawinemaker Have a
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Found in New York&#x2019s Greenwich Village, the 1 Fifth Avenue skyscraper has been residence to a number of unforgettable Manhattan dining places, starting off with the authentic 1 Fifth, a vacation spot for the two the setting up&#x2019s co-op inhabitants and area and checking out famous people. (Keith and Brian McNally labored there right before
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Not a Member? Join at: http://chwinery.com/wine-club/overview Viognier, the white wine darling native to France’s Northern Rhone Valley, is truly an aromatic stunner that shines in Vio, the newest release from Cooper’s Hawk. That’s because it’s got something for everyone. First of all, Viognier is blessed with a full body that has a lovely textured mouthfeel.
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Are the fruit flavors in wine from actual fruit? We deliver a quick explanation of why flavor descriptors can be confusing. Connect With Us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ElmaLiquor/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elmawineliquor/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/elmaliquor Snapchat: elmawineliquor Shop: http://www.elmaliquor.com/shop/ http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Elmaliquor Hi, today we’re talking fruit in wine. I’m Tim from Elma Wine & Liquor. Today I’m talking about fruit or
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On the afternoon of Aug. 14, a violent storm and tiny twister strike the French city of B&#xE9darrides, with 120 mph wind gusts and huge hailstones inflicting harm in vineyards together the japanese facet of Ch&#xE2teauneuf-du-Pape. In accordance to reviews from neighborhood vignerons, the main affect was felt in La Crau, the famed winery on
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