www.WineTastingToday.com Learn all about the different types of wine, the different grapes that are used and the fermentation process for wine production. There is a range of grapes and wines that you can learn about for wine tasting.
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Watch more Wine Drinking & Education videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/239401-How-to-Choose-Dessert-Wines A dessert wine makes a great meal even better. Follow these tips to top off your menu with flair. Step 1: Know your dessert wines Learn the different types of dessert wines, including fortified wines, such as port and sherry, and late harvest wines, made from mature,
Get to know all about the red wines Pinot Noire and Cabernet Sauvignon; learn more about wine in this free instructional video. Expert: Mihály Fabók Bio: Mihály Fabók is Sommelier at the world famous Gundel restaurant in Budapest, Hungary. Filmmaker: Paul Volniansky
In our ongoing series of micro-masterclasses answering the most frequent questions about wine, Javier Peruena, Wine Advisor at Berry Bros. & Rudd’s London Shop, shows you how to tell the difference between Burgundy, Bordeaux and flute bottles, and why the shape of a bottle can tell you a great deal about the style of wine
Grégory is Burgundy’s Jean-Claude Boisset’s official ‘viniculturalist’, which is exactly what it sounds like. An expert in both the plethora of vineyard sites Boisset works with as well as crafting the finished product in the cellar, he makes a staggering total of 35 different wines! Today we are lucky enough to get him to shed
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Kyle steals a few minutes with the great Piero Incisa of Tuscany’s Tenuta San Guido, maker of Sassicaia. In Part 2 they discuss the history of Sassicaia and it’s impact on the worldwide market.
How to know the different characteristics of red and white wines, know what temperature to serve them at, and how to serve them; learn more about wine in this free instructional video. Expert: Mihály Fabók Bio: Mihály Fabók is Sommelier at the world famous Gundel restaurant in Budapest, Hungary. Filmmaker: Paul (Leopold) Volniansky
Burgundy is completely paradoxical. Two neighboring vineyards producing wildly different but equally beautiful wines? We’ll let Caroline Parent of Domaine A.F. Gros explain
There’s dozens of different varieties of wine, but it turns out even different wines made from the same kind of grapes can smell and taste different. Researchers eat UC Davis studied Malbec wines from grapes grown in Argentina and California. The Argentine Malbecs were sweeter than their Californian counterparts, proving that it’s the geography as
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Former Chief Winemaker of Penfolds and Australian powerhouse, John Duval is in the hot-seat today! Credited with making some of Australia’s (world’s?) greatest wines, John is currently crafting wines under his own label…and no surprise, they’re incredible!
Wine list, upcoming shows, and more: http://winefolly.com/live/ Bring your own wine and join Madeline Puckette in a live tasting. Join us in chat to ask questions, interact, and learn about wine. Does it really matter what wine glass you use? In this tasting we’ll compare how a wine tastes based on the type of glass
Emmanuel Kemiji drops in to discuss what has changed about the MS exam over the last 25yrs., as well as his label Miura & what it’s like to make world class Pinot in Monterey County
Cabernet sauvignon is the most popular type of red wine. Get tips on cabernet sauvignon tasting and aroma in this free wine video. Expert: Jane Nickles Bio: Jane Nickles is the author of “Wine Speak 101”, and wine writer for “The Texas Wine and Food Gourmet”, and “Eat and Drink Magazine”. Filmmaker: MAKE | MEDIA
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It doesn’t get any cooler than this! Laura Catena needs almost no introduction but we’ll give it a shot. Laura’s work promoting and refining her native wines of Argentina makes her one of the most influential people in wine today. We’re excited to be talking to her today about all things Malbec, the future of
4th generation Drouhin, Laurent stops into the tasting room to explain the nature of the negotiant and what it’s like to carry the torch on a 134 year old Burgundy tradition!