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Join James Suckling as he tastes some of his favorite ’05s with the winemakers at the Wine Spectator Wine Experience. Get their insights into this great vintage with a line-up of stellar wines that are definitely not going for first-growth prices.
Don’t be afraid to make an affordable bouquet at home with help from our Director of Hospitality Nitsa Knoll. Beautiful flower arrangements can be fun and easy for any occasion; weddings, mother’s day, birthdays… The options are endless! Flower recipe and more details on our blog: https://winecountrytable.com/entertain/floral-design/flower-arranging-tips-video-floral-arrangement-ideas-for-home. The shopping list: Floral: 3 Red Peonies 3
What is Zinfandel? Winemaker Fred Scherrer, whose family first planted Zin in the Alexander Valley in the late 1890’s talks about the red and blue fruits that this grape can have, as well as the sort of foods that he likes to eat with Zinfandel. See all of our Wine Education 101 on grapes varieties
**Originally posted on my IGTV** – https://www.instagram.com/chelloveswine How to taste wine without looking like an idiot! First we swirl, next we smell, then we sip, swish, and spit! When tasting remember that red wines will give you red fruit, black fruit and earthy aromas and flavors. They’ll also give you acid and TANNINS! White wine
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Winemaker Fred Scherrer is asked about his perception of acidity and tannin when tasting wine by Jessica Bell of the Midwest Wine School at C House restaurant in Chicago. Fred makes wine at the Scherrer Winery in California. Jessica Bell teaches WSET certification courses in the Midwest. Sound and video quality has increased dramatically at
Scenes from the October 16 morning harvest of Cabernet Sauvignon grapes from Munselle Vineyards in Alexander Valley. All of the grapes harvested for Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon are picked when our Winemaker Rob Davis believes the flavors are ideal for making a beautifully balanced, elegant, silky wine. Follow these grapes from the vine to the winery
John Niven of Niven Family Wine Estates explains why Edna Valley is unique. For those in the know, California’s Edna Valley on the Central Coast just south of San Luis Obispo is a hotspot for some very cool wines. Jack Niven pioneered the region when he first planted the historic Paragon Vineyard here in 1973.
If you love Pinot Noir, you’ve probably enjoyed some Pinots from Oregon’s Willamette Valley AVA. But do you know what styles of Pinot come from McMinnville and Yamhill-Carlton, two of the valley’s sub-AVAs? Learn about them with Harvey Steiman.
Director of Wine Greg Miller discusses the summer growing season in the Alexander Valley and on the Jordan Estate. Stay tuned for more episodes of our Seasons of the Vineyard documentary series, taking you into the life cycle and growing season of grapevines through spring, summer, winter and fall.
The Languedoc-Roussillon, located in the south of France along the Mediterranean coast is one of the world’s largest winemaking regions. Winemaker Emmanuel Pageot of Domaine Turner Pageot gives a 10,000 ft overview of the region and some of the climates where wine grapes grow. Ask a Winemaker talked with Emmanuel in Chicago at Red and
Learn how to make chocolate decorations with this easy video demonstration. An impressive dessert you can make ahead for a party or use as an elegant dessert garnish idea for ice cream or cakes. Blog: https://winecountrytable.com/watch/desserts/decorative-chocolate-swirls-dessert-garnish-video-demonstration. Full recipe: https://www.jordanwinery.com/culinary/recipes/decorative-chocolate-swirls. Ingredients: 3 Meyer lemons, zested 3 limes, zested 3 Satsuma oranges, zested 1 lb dark chocolate
What is tannin in wine? Where does tannin come from? Jason Lett of Eyrie Vineyards explains tannin, how it tastes, and its many roles from the vineyard to the cellar. Jason Lett manages Eyrie Vineyards, one of the iconic producers of wine in Oregon. See all of our videos with Jason Lett here: Subscribe to
Do you know what does DRY mean talking about wines? What is a Dry wine? How to know if a wine is Dry or Sweet? Is Merlot a dry wine? Is Merlot drier than a Pinot Noir ? First of all, DRY is the opposite of SWEET, you can feel it on the tip of
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
Learn how to make olive oil ice cream with Jordan Winery’s easy, step-by-step video, including recipe and instructions. Get the full recipe and tips here: https://winecountrytable.com/recipe/how-to-make-olive-oil-ice-cream-easy-step-by-step-video-recipe/.
Pressed flower paper, cards or art is a simple way to make a memorable travel souvenir. This DIY craft video will show you how to make pressed wildflowers with a wildflower press that you can use for many crafting projects. View the written tutorial for this pressed wildflowers video on our blog: https://winecountrytable.com/entertain/floral-design/how-to-press-flowers-on-paper-a-memorable-travel-souvenir.
Wineamaker Brianne Day talks about the community of winemakers and people who helped her go from cellar rat to independent winemaker in Oregon. Brianne Day sat with Ask a Winemaker in Chicago in 2013. See all of our Videos with Brianne Day: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLddUmDhg4G_K5zuuHj49lhOq7C4Cr5rV6 Ask a Winemaker on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/askawinemaker?ref=hl Ask a Winemaker on Twitter: www.twitter.com/askawinemaker
White wines of global repute and a picturesque countryside come together in the Mosel Valley, one of Germany’s oldest winegrowing regions. It’s also the world’s largest area for cultivating the Riesling grape variety. For more about wines go to http://www.dw.com/en/frosty-spring-hits-french-and-german-farmers-and-winemakers/a-40237214
What makes a wine perfect? Join Wine Spectator’s James Suckling as he talks with Cinzia Merli at Le Macchiole, her winery in Bolgheri. They taste and describe Le Macchiole’s 2004 Messorio, a 100% Merlot that James rated a perfect 100.
What is Albariño? Albariño is considered a bullet proof grape, because of its ability to grow almost in any condition. Randall Grahm Describes the pleasures of growing this grape variety and its characteristics. Our Wine Education 101: Grape Varieties series is here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLddUmDhg4G_JlCX2ufjjgDXYObtOM39Hz See all of our videos with winemaker Randall Grahm of Bonny Doon
Jordan Winery offers a look at the seasons of a vineyard in Sonoma County, from winter pruning and spring budbreak to summer grape veraison and fall harvest. Part of a series of wine education videos that gives you a glimpse into what those planning California wine country vacations may see during spring, summer, winter and