Watch this video to see how to cook fillet steaks to perfection. The easy peasy red wine and shallot sauce is a bonus! Find the full recipe here: http://allrecipes.co.uk/recipe/32828/fillet-steaks-with-shallot-and-red-wine-sauce.aspx Pan-fried fillet steaks are cooked simply seasoned with salt and pepper. The magic comes in with the addition of shallots, red wine and balsamic vinegar, transformed
Every Monday Tom Cannavan of wine-pages.com chooses a new wine of the week. For 4th December 2017 the Ironstone, Old Vine Lodi Zinfandel, California is his Wine of the Week.
Gary Vaynerchuk tries 3 Malbecs from around the world and compares them head to head and sees if Argentina, Cahors or California will take the cake.
Treacle wine remade from a 350 year old recipe! ↓↓↓↓↓ “SHOW MORE” ↓↓↓↓↓ Treacle Wine Taste Test and Review: https://youtu.be/HEaLnKOMeUM Testing out new homemade wine recipes is something I like to do, but I also enjoy finding and remaking really old ones too. The original recipe for the treacle wine, otherwise known as Vin de
Merlot, when it’s at its best, is a wine that’s not too dry and not too fruity. It’s round, smooth, and not too overpowering—a good selection will be supple and somewhat earthy with notes of plum. Watch Patrick nobly blind taste six different merlots you can find for less than $15: Coppola, Charles Smith Velvet
hey all, So picked some wild apples, a few more than i had thought so I am making a batch of wild apple wine using the cold method or steeping method. usually I use the hot method as it’s quicker and well easier. in total i used 5kg of wild apples 500 g sultanas 6
Jordan Russian River Valley Chardonnay grapes are hand-harvested in the darkest, coldest hours of the night to capture their bright acids and intoxicating aromas and flavors. Follow our winemaker on the hunt. Raise your glass to a classic harvest in 2012, and Happy Halloween from your friends at Jordan Winery.
How does a winemaker become a winemaker? Brianne Day of Oregon talks about how she went from being an antisocial teenager who found solace among the vines to a traveling young woman obsessed with tasting as much wine as she could while on a trip to Europe, and finally made the plunge full time into
To view the previous video in this series click: http://www.monkeysee.com/play/5326 A collection of clips from Andrew Stover, Wine Director at OYA Restaurant & Lounge in Washington, DC. Clips demonstrate how to open sparkling wine, how to decant red wine, how to store wine, and ideas on how to ‘think outside the bottle’ with regard to
Ingredients for Plum Syrup & Plum Wine https://cookingwithdog.com/recipe/umeshu/ – Plum Syrup – 500g Green (unripe) Plums (17.64 oz) 500g Rock Sugar (17.64 oz) 50ml Vinegar (0.21 u.s. cup) – Plum Wine – 500g Green (unripe) Plums (17.64 oz) 250g Rock Sugar (8.82 oz) 900ml Shochu (3.80 u.s. cup) (35% alcohol by volume) Shochu for Sanitizing
Young wine prodigy Matt Duncan of Silver Oak Cellars stops in to the tasting room to discuss what sets his iconic wines apart, and the immense amount of work that goes into keeping steady quality and consistency from vintage to vintage.
Preparation 500 is manure that is buried in a cow’s horn for six months and then added to biodynamic sprays and compost. It is one of the key additions in biodynamic farming and in this video Tuscan Winemaker Sean O’Callaghan of Riecine describes how he makes and uses Prearation 500 on his vineyard in La
How to taste wine better, like a pro or a real connoisseur, Julien explains in this 3-part series the 3 steps of phases to a satisfying wine tasting that will allow you to enjoy and understand wine better. This Epidose #1 of Julien’s 3.5 Minute Wine School, a YouTube video series to increase your knowledge
Every Monday Tom Cannavan of wine-pages.com chooses a new wine of the week. For 28 May 2018 the Portal do Minho, Alvarinho Vinho Verde 2017, part of Lidl UK’s wine tour summer 2018. From the prime regions of Monção and Melgaço in the north of Vinho Verde country, this is Alvarinho, or Albariño as it’s
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http://www.wineislandvillage.com A simple explanation of why different wine glasses are used for different wines. Learn about these wine tips before you have a wine tasting party at home!
“Liaojiu, a.k.a. Shaoxing wine.” I know I say that quite a bit in these recipes, so here, I wanted to explain myself a bit. We’ll go over the varieties of Shaoxing wine (plus, the Shaoxing wine-like objects labeled such in English), a bit about the historical background, and why/how it’s used when cooking. Now note