Old vines have a unique ability to access the nutrients in a vineyard’s soil. Dai Crisp explains the role of mycorrhiza in a video that is for the geekiest of wine geeks. Dai Crisp is the winemaker at Lumos Wines and a leader in organic farming in Oregon’s Willamette Valley at the Temperance Hill Vineyard.
It’s a collective endeavour; properties across the region working together have made significant progress. In 2014, 35% of the Bordeaux vineyards were qualified by environmental certification, in 2019 this has reached 65%. Certification covers sustainable to organic and biodynamic agriculture. Wine tourism is a perfect way for producers to share their passion for their terroir
We hope you’re holding on to your socks, because they’re about to be blown off. Considered to be the world’s best-selling wine writer, we’re absolutely delighted to tell you that Hugh Johnson will be joining us on this week’s episode of The Wine Show @ HOME. The wine maestro will be discussing his updated seminal
TRIVENTO Trivento has just won the Hallbars Sustainability Reports Awards 2020 for the best report from an Argentine winery. The Trivento Sustainability Report 2018 received this distinction and is being exhibited with other reports at the Alfred Nobel House in Björkborn, Karsloga, Sweden from September 3rd to November 9th, 2020. https://hallbars.org/reports-exhibition Trivento has made sustainability
Unless you want its fruity and floral aromas to become those of cooked cabbage, wet cardboard and wet dog, make sure your wine and sunlight stay far away from each other. Keep reading for more on this and what else you can do to protect your wine. Does Sunlight Effect Wine? Did you know that
We are delighted to be joined by three expert speakers for this webinar, which aims to provide you with an understanding of the microorganisms found in the natural flora of the fermenting must and the role of yeast and bacteria in wine. The panel will look to dispel a few myths, and to examine the
link to patreon: https://www.patreon.com/leeinglis hey home brewers, i’m making the most basic version of a potato wine, the potato gives the flavors but it’s sugar that is fermented. it’s the basis for just about all the potato wine recipes you will ever see. of course i’m going to be doing some fun things with this
Assistant Winemaker Maggie Kruse discusses how Jordan winemakers approach bottling wine, including quality control measures with tastings, glass, cork, labels and capsules, as well as key steps in the process for how wine is bottled. Read more at http://blog.jordanwinery.com/2010/07/sending-our-children-off-to-college-aka-bottling.
In this Episode #27 of the Talking Wine With Julien series, we look at the 3 categories of aromas and flavors in wine, the primary characters, the secondary aromas, and the tertiary notes (also called Boutquet). Watch the previous Episode about the fruit aromas in wine: Learn all the different aroma nuances found in wine,
Wine writer + expert Elaine Chukan Brown speaks with Hardy Wallace, Owner and Winemaker, Dirty and Rowdy Family Winery, with special guest Steve Edmunds, winemaker and owner of Edmunds St. John. Elaine and Hardy discuss how producers have recently been reimagining California, drawing on its past, contemplating current climate challenges, and projecting future changes in
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Sara Lehman is the private sommelier and lifestyle director of 160 Madison, which is a luxury, residential high-rise building in Manhattan. She also owns the wine and travel blog Somm in the City. We gave Sara 11 different low-cost wines to try from big-box stores like Costco, Target, BJ’s, and Trader Joe’s. Watch the video above to
Although the Nahe is one of the smaller German wine regions, its extraordinary range of soil types is second to none. For this reason, the region is able to produce quite diverse wines from relatively few grape varieties. German wine differs from wines of other countries – it’s light, lively and fruity, thanks to Germany’s
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A Diploma information webinar for anyone who is currently thinking of enrolling onto the WSET Level 4 Diploma in Wines. Find out how studying for this industry-leading qualification could benefit you. Hosted by Russell Dent DipWSET, our Diploma Programme Manager Last year WSET launched the latest version of its flagship qualification, WSET Level 4 Diploma
Rheinhessen has numerous wineries that set great store on sustainability – and the trend is rising. This is a sign that many wine-growing companies realise that sustainability and wine tourism are not necessarily mutually exclusive. Here are two examples. Sheep in the vineyards at Jean Buscher winery Established in 1844, the Jean Buscher winery has
Terra proposes her new wine brand to the other women, but when the group finds its name racially insensitive, sparks fly in this clip from Season 7, Episode 4, “Sour Grapes”. #LittleWomenLA Subscribe for more from Little Women: LA and other great Lifetime shows: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Lifetime Learn more about the show and watch full episodes on
Rioja, Cava, Sherry – three famous wines from very different parts of Spain. In this episode of Here We Grow, I visit the distinctive regions they come from and find out why these wines are so special and individual. READ MORE : https://www.euronews.com/2020/09/17/the-celebrated-wines-of-spain-and-the-unique-regions-that-create-them Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/euronews?sub_confirmation=1 Watch our LIVE here: https://www.youtube.com/c/euronews/live Subscribe to
BECOME A STUDENT OF OUR FRENCH ONLINE CULINARY SCHOOL TODAY! https://bit.ly/2KKgv1A The red wine sauce I am making today is not a bordelaise but the common Red wine sauce made in French bistro. In france we call it the “Sauce Marchand de vin” which translate in to the wine maker sauce or wine merchant sauce.
Wine tourism is an economic model of sustainable development with a strong capacity of enhancement, playing a strategic rule in the distribution of tourist flows. It is certainly a sustainable restart model to take as an example. Consumers are becoming more aware about the environmental consequences of their choices as the increased attention to sustainable
This video will show you how to taste wine at a restaurant like an expert when you are poured that sip of wine. In fact, I can teach you how to taste wine like royalty, as I have talked wine with celebrities and British royalty. Here are all the steps of what to do when
The Italian red wine called Barbera uses grapes that are indigenous to northwest Italy. Learn more about Barbera Piemonte wines in this free wine video from a professional sommelier. Expert: Mark Middlebrook Contact: www.paulmarcuswines.com Bio: Mark Middlebrook sells and writes about wine for Paul Marcus Wines in Oakland, California. Filmmaker: Sam Lee
We all cook with red wine, adding a glug or two to enrich pan sauces and stews. Here, our culinary director Justin Chapple makes the case for baking with it as well. Cabernet Sauvignon adds fruity notes that brighten this chocolate cake, which is great for a midday snack or casual dessert. GET THE RECIPE:
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
Burgundy is one of France’s most prestigious wine regions, producing some of the world’s finest Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays. But Burgundy doesn’t have to be complicated. Senior editor Bruce Sanderson and assistant editor Julie Harans break down the terroir, the grapes, the geography and the classification system.