Wine Types

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A simple 30-day experiment comparing the fermentation rates between Fleischman’s bread yeast to Red Star Premier Cotes des Blancs wine yeast. Note: I am not a professional winemaker. I hold no responsibility if the results of your winemaking causes injury or ill health. This is as natural (where possible) winemaking channel. The wines made on
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Julien explains the different wine grape types, where they come from and why they matter for the various wine styles. Want to be a member of our wine club? The Bonner Private Wine Partnership is accepting new members to our Extreme Altitude Wine Club: https://bit.ly/extreme-altitude-wines Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 02:38 What Are Grape Varieties? 05:08 Where
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A popular white wine, Chardonnay is also one of the most widely planted grape varietals in the world. It is also a wine with a wide range of flavors, aromas, and styles. Eric Taylor, Bottles manager and wine expert, talks about the range of Chardonnay, from warm climate to cool climate Chardonnays and oaked to
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Our favorite ‘workhorse’ blanco tequila for your home bar. Cimarrón Tequila from Atotonilco, Jalisco is distilled from hillside agave grown at 4,620′ elevation, where plant sugars reach an average of 24-26° Brix. A low-pressure, slow agave roast creates Cimarrón’s bright, forward flavor, and fermentation is entirely natural using winemakers’ yeast. Purchase at Winex: https://www.winex.com/catalog/product/view/id/27283/s/cimarron-blanco-tequila/
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BASICS OF FRENCH REGIONS AND WINE: Learn about French regions and French wine. Get to know the wines of France with Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne, Rhone and the Loire Valley. I break down what exactly goes into the wines of: Bordeaux, Burgundy, Beaujolais, The Rhone Valley, Alsace, The Loire Valley, Champagne, The South West and Languedoc-Roussillon.
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Please join me on this interesting 2 part series with Simone Bergese, Executive Winemaker at Chateau Elan Winery, as he discusses everything you need to know about wine: – differences between east coast versus west coast grapes/wine – key factors that dictate the price of a bottle of wine – what does vintage mean and
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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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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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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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Most winos know that soil effects wine, but do you know exactly how? Clay, Sand, Slate, Volcanic, Limestone, and more. Get dirty on today’s Nerd Lab about different soil types, and how they influence a fine wine’s character!  This is just a clip, WATCH THE FULL EPISODE: Oregon “Oregon: Where Wine Lovers Can Have It All!”
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