www.ClassicWines.com This week on The Classic Wines Minute Brian Freedman tastes two Merlot wines. What is out of the ordinary is that this is not about a French Merlot, which is where most of us think of when we think of Merlot. Both of the wines in this weeks Classic Wines Showdown are from Italy.
Rob Cope-Williams made the trip to Tresillian Wines in Akaroa to discuss wine with Rob Lindsay. Lindsay discusses their alternative methods of pruning, moving from cane pruning to spur pruning. Spur pruning removes less wood and is thought to encourage stronger and more vertical growth and is also a quicker process. He also talks to
Today we’re continuing our round-up tour of the investment-grade wines with round 3 of our 4-part series covering the essentials of the great Bordeaux wines. Here are the key facts that you need to know about the incredibly age-worthy and fantastically complex sweet wines made in Sauternes, outstanding wines made thanks to a fungus that
Canned wine is one of the fastest growing market segments in the wine industry. While this packaging offers a new way for consumers to enjoy wine in a more convenient and portable way, there are things winemakers need to consider when deciding to put wine in a can. One of the major challenges with canned
Ever wondered if a magnum of wine tastes different than a standard bottle? In this episode of Jordan Uncorked, John and Maggie taste a 2012 Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon magnum at Jordan Winery in Healdsburg, California. 2012 wines from Napa and Sonoma are remarkable from this vintage. Comment below with your pick for which wine these
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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.
First up, sorry about the lighting conditions. . Darkest Orkney in midwinter does not lend itself well to outdoor filming. I am looking forward to experimenting with different home made wines – the types that I can’t find recipe’s for! Seaweed, Kidney bean – I have a growing list! I am looking for your suggestions
Wine writer + expert Elaine Chukan Brown speaks with geologist and terroir specialist Brenna Quigley in Santa Barbara and Michael Sager, director of Sager + Wilde in the UK, focusing on California in a global context. Elaine, Michael and Brenna tour California’s diverse terroirs – from Los Angeles and Santa Barbara counties up to Napa
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Master Sommelier Emily Wines talks about washed-rind, semi-firm, and hard cheeses during the second lesson of Wines on Wine: Pairing Cheese & Wine. 🍷🧀 We hope you find these tips useful! Special shoutout to our friends at Sartori Cheese for sharing some delicious cheese with us.
Wine writer + expert Elaine Chukan Brown speaks with Rory Williams, Director of Viticulture and Winemaking at Frog’s Leap Winery; Owner and Winemaker at Calder Wine Company; and Vineyard Manger at Tres Sabores. Rory grew up on his family’s ranch in west Rutherford, Napa Valley, which was the first ranch farmed entirely by the family
Los Vascos was founded in the late 1980s and it constitutes one of the first foreign investments in Chile. Founded by the Rothschilds (Domaine Barons de Rothschild), the Los Vascos property comprises more than 2,220 hectares, of which only 220 are planted with vineyards in the region of Colchagua. The remainder, however, is planted with
Wine writer + expert Elaine Chukan Brown speaks with wine writer Jane Anson, who has lived in Bordeaux since 2003. She is the author of Inside Bordeaux, Wine Revolution, The Club of Nine Angélus, and Bordeaux Legends (a history of the 1855 First Growth wines), as well as co-author or translator of over a dozen
Rice wine also called sake is made pretty much wherever rice is grown. There are dozens of varieties. We researched and found many methods to make rice wine and it’s varietals, but the core idea was the same in many of them. The biggest thing to know about rice wine is that it’s more like
Watch Episode 1 and 2 of the Burgundy Wine Series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcereAllufo&list=PLN-DBnsx62wPGqaiPJTYs4ZbxztPe4qmh Today we’re getting into the granulous details today, into the nitty-gritty of what makes Burgundy wine so special. We’re going to be focusing on the top white wines from Burgundy which are all Chardonnay wines and among the most reputable whites in the world,
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