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What does it mean to rack a wine? Ken Pahlow of Walter Scott Wines in Oregon explains what the term means and how it is done. Ken and his wife Erica make wine at Walter Scott Wines. See all of our videos with Ken Pahlow of Walter Scott Wines: Filmed with support from the International
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It’s been a tough year for the world’s singles, including Cassia Schifter and her pal Puggsy. But that won’t stop them from celebrating Valentine’s Day with a sangria-style rum-and-citrus bishop cocktail! Find more Valentine’s Day wine and recipe inspiration! https://www.winespectator.com/tags/valentine-s-day Explore Wine Spectator’s free newsletters: http://winesp.ec/2Niy2BM Introductory offer: Subscribe to Wine Spectator for just $12!
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If you groove on ageworthy Cabernet-based blends that ripple with dark fruit supported by graphite and iron minerality, then Bordeaux’s St.-Julien appellation is right in your wheelhouse. Wine Spectator’s No. 4 Wine of 2022 is Château Talbot St.-Julien 2019. Explore Wine Spectator’s free newsletters: https://www.winespectator.com/newsletters Introductory offer: Subscribe to Wine Spectator! https://www.winespectator.com/subscribe
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From Russian tzars to rap stars, this Champagne house owned by the Rouzaud family has a storied past, but its future has never looked brighter. Wine Spectator’s Number 10 Wine of 2022 is Louis Roederer Brut Champagne Cristal 2014. Explore Wine Spectator’s free newsletters: https://www.winespectator.com/newsletters Introductory offer: Subscribe to Wine Spectator! https://www.winespectator.com/subscribe
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Not a Member? Join at: http://chwinery.com/wine-club/overview Wondering what to do with all of those leftover corks from 2020? Checkout this impressive cork wreath Master Sommelier Emily Wines crafted for the holidays.🎄#chwinery #wine #winecrafts #holidays More information about Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurants: http://chwinery.com/ More information about Cooper’s Hawk Wine Club: http://chwinery.com/wine-club/overview Retail items and wines
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There are great wines, then there are iconic wines—those that define an era and remain relevant and exciting through the decades. Wine Spectator’s No. 5 Wine of 2022, Antinori’s Toscana Tignanello 2019, is one such wine. Explore Wine Spectator’s free newsletters: https://www.winespectator.com/newsletters Introductory offer: Subscribe to Wine Spectator! https://www.winespectator.com/subscribe
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Twist-off closures have become a popular way to keep quality wines fresh. Plus, no corkscrew needed—so opening the bottle should be easy, right? Yes, but here’s a little trick to make it even easier. Introductory offer: Subscribe to Wine Spectator for just $12! https://winesp.ec/2JTLzy1 Explore Wine Spectator’s free newsletters: https://winesp.ec/3jGf0jh
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What is Rossese? Rossese is a red wine grape grown in Liguria in Italy that makes light bodied wines not unlike Grignolino. Winemaker Randall Grahm of Bonny Doon Vineyards talks about this “wonderfully wierd” variety that is a missing link between France and Italy. See all of our videos with winemaker Randall Grahm of Bonny
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What is Spätburgunder? German Pinot Noir, locally called Spatburgunder, is discussed by German winemaker Jens Windisch of Werther Windisch in the Rheinhessen. Can one make a “perfect pinot”? Jens says striking the right balance in a Pinot Noir is quite hard. Jens sat with Ask a Winemaker during a trip to Germany sponsored by Wines
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In this wine tasting tutorial, we’ll teach you the basics of wine tasting, from what to taste to how to taste wine. By the end of this tutorial, you’ll be able to taste wine like a pro! Wine is one of the most popular alcoholic beverages in the world, and for good reason. In this
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Priorat is one of Spain’s oldest wine regions, and among the wine world’s best-kept secrets—but the secret is out for Merum Priorati, which has earned the No. 4 spot of Wine Spectator’s Top 100 Wines of 2021. Editorial advisor Thomas Matthews explains that this Garnacha-based red blend has a modern polish, and a few French
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A special piece of land has been in Jennifer Higgins’ life since she was 12 years old. After pursuing a career in winemaking, she landed at the very winery that would buy and plant that property to grapevines. A story of how some things in life are kismet. Explore Wine Spectator’s free newsletters: https://www.winespectator.com/newsletters Introductory
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Sommelier André Hueston Mack demonstrates the proper technique for opening bottles with a wine key. Want Bon Appétit shirts, hats and more? https://shop.bonappetit.com/?utm_source=youtube&utm_brand=ba&utm_campaign=aud-dev&utm_medium=video&utm_content=merch-shop-promo Still haven’t subscribed to Bon Appétit on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/1TLeyPn Want more Bon Appétit in your life? Subscribe to the magazine! https://bit.ly/313UWRu ABOUT BON APPÉTIT Bon Appétit is a highly opinionated food
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The red wine grapes Barbera and Dolcetto have very different flavors and textures and generally are paired with different foods. Barbera is often matched with sausages and charcuterie, pizzas and pastas. Dolcetto is suggested as a pair for risotto with white truffles. Alessandra Bera and her family are organic producers in Piedmont, Italy at Vittorio
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