Learn how grape sampling and sugar testing are done at Jordan Winery to determine when to pick grapes. This winemaking process video also discusses the importance of taste and trusting our palates to determine when to start picking grapes. Go behind the scenes with our winemakers at http://blog.jordanwinery.com.
Winemaker Ken Pahlow talks about the costs of land in Oregon’s wine country as of the summer of 2014. Ken Pahlow is the owner and winemaker at Walter Scott Wines in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. See all of our videos with Ken Pahlow of Walter Scott Wines here: Subscribe to Ask a Winemaker for hundreds more
Jancis Robinson, editor of the Oxford Companion to Wine, takes us step by step through how a professional tastes a wine and writes their tasting notes. Using a classic red burgundy, she demonstrates what to look for – covering the colour, clarity, aroma and taste of the wine. http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/product/9780198705383.do Jancis Robinson OBE and Master of
Ever wondered why the Riesling at your favourite seafood restaurant tastes so great? Well chances are that the secret is in your hand. Mark Baulderstone from Riedel explains how the ideal wine glass for different varieties can make all the difference, tips and tricks on how to choose, and why he recommends using a dishwasher
Every Monday Tom Cannavan of wine-pages.com chooses a new wine of the week. For January 8th 2018 the Lidl, Winemaker’s Selection Pinot Noir 2016 from Marlborough in New Zealand is his Wine of the Week.
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Tignanello is one of Tuscany’s most important wines. With this blend of Sangiovese with Cabernet Sauvignon, Piero Antinori reached a new level of quality. Join James Suckling and Piero as they discuss Tignanello and taste the stunning 2004.
It’s been 4 years since we had Torbreck Vintners in the house (where does the time go?); so with Aussie wines poised for a comeback we decided to again host one of Australia’s finest wineries. In this video Kyle chats with VP to the Americas, Matt Lane to dig deeper into the history of South
Winemaker Rob Davis discusses the old world winemaking technique of batonnage, or hand stirring of the lees, which occurs in winter when Jordan Chardonnay ages sur lie in French oak. Learn how this technique offers individual flare of each cellar worker who helps to create Jordan’s mid-palate mouthfeel. http://blog.jordanwinery.com/2011/02/batonnage-an-old-world-winemaking-technique-preserved-each-winter/
What is the ideal temperature for fermentation of grapes into wine? Winemaker Fred Scherrer talks in detail about how he handles the energy that is created as yeasts eat sugar and create alcohol. This is intended to be helpful to all winemakers, but is part of our home winemaking series. See our growing list of
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Every Sunday Tom Cannavan of wine-pages.com chooses a new wine of the week. For 15th May 2016 the Campo Viejo, Tempranillo Blanco 2015 from Rioja is his Wine of the Week. This is made from the recently discovered Tempranillo Blanco, a white mutation of the red Tempranillo.
Make your very own sangria at home – http://sangriaredwine.com/ Red wine sangria recipe (What you need): -A bottle of wine, any type of red wine you would like, tradition, cheap, expensive, box, even white wine. (I’m sure if you had one from a restaurant, they used the cheap stuff.) -2 oranges -1 lemon -2 tablespoons
We might seem like real Paso pimps lately, but for good reason! There are exciting things going on there these days (especially the west side), and Daou vineyards is a great example. Owner/Winemaker Daniel Daou is up to the plate this week and his Cabernet-based wines are proving to be a real grand slam of
Learn how to make a dry rub base with Jordan Winery Executive Chef Todd Knoll. With this recipe and demonstration, you will learn how to make a dry rub base to last all summer and then three ethnic spice rub recipes from the base: an Asian, Mediterranean and an Indian dry rub. All are great
Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) and the way it is used at each step of the winemaking process is explained by Fred Scherrer of the Scherrer Winery. In the vineyard, elemental sulfur is used to inhibit the growth of fungus called powdery mildew. Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) is used to help fermentation complete and preserve freshness and acidity
Have you ever wanted to get good at understanding wine. Well look no further than this educational resource on How To Taste Wine. Follow Videojug’s industry leaders as they direct you through this advice video. Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=videojugfoodanddrink Check Out Our Channel Page: http://www.youtube.com/user/videojugfoodanddrink Like Us On Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/pages/Food-Drink-Club/382470928450558 Follow Us On Twitter! http://www.twitter.com/videojugfood Watch This
What are the best white wines for beginners to try? Certified wine pro Marc Supsic will give you some easy suggestions, background, wine tasting notes and wine pairing ideas for each. This week we start with Chardonnay, probably the most famous wine grape in the world. A new video will be released each week. To
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This wine is the recipient of numerous awards including 92 points in the San Diego International Wine Challenge, a Gold Medal in the New York International Wine Competition, a Gold Medal in the Berlin International Wine Competition and a Gold Medal in the Los Angeles International Competition. http://www.wineexpress.com/shopping/prod_detail/main.asp?productID=38885
Second-generation vintner John Jordan provides a behind the scenes look at Jordan Vineyard & Winery. Experience the beauty of the Estate and learn how John is continuing his parents legacy of producing elegant Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon and providing world-class hospitality. We welcome you to visit Jordan Winery by appointment. Please visit http://www.jordanwinery.com/visit or call
Why is sugar added to grapes in winemaking? John Paul of Cameron Winery talks in detail about Chaptalization in part 1 of 2 of this series. Specifically, John explores sucrose production in the leaves and how enzymes in the plant hydrolyze that sugar into glucose and fructose. Thumbnail Credit: Olivia Schelly Watch Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hmaf_o14bAs