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Patrick Cappiello, the wine director at Pearl & Ash in New York City shows us which wines you should drink all Thanksgiving Day. Find more videos with Patrick Cappiello here: http://ply.by/ONYM5N Check out Rebelle Restaurant in New York City: http://ply.by/zYZbbD For more recipes, videos and tips from experts visit Playboy’s Nightlife site: http://ply.by/lodRb9 The five
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By director Jim Fitzpatrick. The LCBO takes you on journey through the wine styles of Central Italy. Join Michael Fagan in part two of a three-episode series exploring the wines of Italy, and discover that history, beauty and infinite variety make Central Italy a wonder of cuisine and viticulture. Beginning on the Adriatic coast in
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France’s Rhône Valley is a wine lovers paradise. This is home to many of the grape varieties which are planted the world over. Grenache, syrah and mourvèdre have grown here for generations. In the embrace of the radiant sun, relentless mistral wind and rocky soils they produce wines that are flavourful and generous. Produced in
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Sommelier Joe Campanale shows off some tricks for improving the taste and presentation of any any less-than-stellar red, white, or sparkling wine at L’Apicio restaurant in New York. Join Birchbox Man: http://birch.ly/1571u01 Find more drink recipes and advice in the Birchbox Man Guide: http://birch.ly/1aUKkmh Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more videos every month: https://www.youtube.com/Birchboxman
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Michael Fagan takes us on this memorable journey through the historic vineyards of Bordeaux in 2005. Discover why this region produces wine with such a prestigious worldwide reputation. Explore the wines, the people, and the Chateaux of this famous apellation. 31 minutes
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I am a french-norwegian wine merchant. I have lived in Oslo, Norway for the last 21 years, and worked in the wine business for 25 years. I was born outside Bordeaux in the Graves-appelation and my Norwegian Grand-Mother was born in a place outside Bergen called Paradis (Paradise). Two different starting points in life… I
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When it comes to enjoying good wine, its not just the quality of the wine that matters. Knowing how to taste your wine properly can play a big role in how much you get out of it. So before you fill your next glass, make sure you follow these simple steps to enjoy every last
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What is reduction in wine? We asked a producer from Burgundy who says it’s the most interesting part of winemaking, but also one of the most challenging. Emmanuel Guillot of Domaine Guillot-Broux in the Macon region of Burgundy France sat with Ask a Winemaker in Chicago in the Spring of 2015. See all of our
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Welcome to the first step in this channel, we hope to bring in new thoughts and views on wine this episode. If you’re reading this, you’re sure the good hoomans this community needs. Always, Stay Curious! ▶ Did you enjoy our first video on wine introduction? Drop a LIKE and SUBSCRIBE for more content. ▶
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► Subscribe to Wine4Food here: http://bit.ly/Wine4Food- ► Visit our website: http://bit.ly/Wine4FoodWebsite Want to learn to taste wine? What about tasting wine blind? Dylan York, Principal at the Sommelier Society of America and VP of Sales at Revana Family Vineyard, leads Somm School Insider host and sommelier-in-training Carole Mac in deductive tasting, a way to taste
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Here’s a Q that comes up often. I would like to learn how to better enjoy wine. Do you have a process or steps to do that? I do and, I am going to break down the Wine Tasting process for you. There are 4 steps you use when tasting wine. Look, Swirl & Smell,
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Join Loudoun winemaker Doug Fabbioli of Fabbioli Cellars as he offers instruction on how to taste wine. With an easy and outgoing style, Doug demystifies the wine tasting process and makes it what it should be, fun! Become a FRIEND on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1348896556&ref=name Follow us on Twitter: Tweets by VisitLoudoun WIN $75! TAKE OUR SOCIAL
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