This sleek Napa Cab shows a rich texture and ripe fruit flavors of Black cherry, black currants, mocha and dark chocolate. It has a good backbone for aging but it’s so appealing now you may not want to wait.
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
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
Like the chap with a tambourine currently doing a one-man-band residency on The Moor, fine wine is something everyone likes but not many people understand. Enter Nonnas’ GIan Bohan to give us a tour taking us through a few wine styles, how to enhance your meal with the right wine and more! Find out more
#TheGodfatherofZin Joel Peterson in the tasting room! A living California wine legend and an all around great guy, Joel takes us on a tour of some of his single vineyard wines. Part 2 of 2.
Winemaker Rob Davis discusses the old world winemaking technique of batonnage, or hand stirring of the lees, which occurs in winter when Jordan Chardonnay ages sur lie in French oak. Learn how this technique offers individual flare of each cellar worker who helps to create Jordan’s mid-palate mouthfeel. http://blog.jordanwinery.com/2011/02/batonnage-an-old-world-winemaking-technique-preserved-each-winter/
How is Pinot Noir made into wine? In this video winemaker Fred Scherrer talks us through his process from the sorting table to the fermenting tank as seen at Harvest 2014 in Sonoma. Fred touches on everything from fermentation temperatures to extraction levels in this focused video. Filmed with Fred Scherrer at the winery in
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Learn how to make Banana Wine Kerala Style at home in easy steps with English subtitles This budget friendly wine recipe is made with ripe bananas. The tips for making a great tasting Christmas wine is explained in detail with measurements. Do try this for Christmas and let us know how it turned out for
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In this educational video, fifth-generation Alexander Valley farmer Bret Munselle, one of Jordan Winery’s key growers, discusses how to trim grapevines (vineyard pruning) during the winter and the challenges that arise when you prune grapes for quality winemaking. Bret discusses different approaches to pruning and what he’s learned from five generations pruning the same land.
Carbonic Maceration, a winemaking technique introduced by Jules Chauvet in the 1970’s, is explained by Emmanuel Guillot. Emmanuel explains how the process works and why it is used. Emmanuel Guillot of Domaine Guillot-Broux in the Macon region of Burgundy France sat with Ask a Winemaker in Chicago in the Spring of 2015. See all of
In this episode of ‘Price Points’, Epicurious challenges wine expert Belinda Chang to guess which one of two wines is more expensive. Belinda breaks down sparkling, white, red, rosé and port wines and then gives her professional opinion! Belinda is a “James Beard Award-winning Wine Director and Wine Writer”. You could call her a sommelier,
A beginner’s guide and introduction to the world of Dessert Wines. Eric from Bottles in Providence gives a description of different Dessert Wine styles and types, and gives you an example of a few of his favorite brands in the shop. Subscribe to our Youtube Channel for more wine guide videos! http://www.youtube.com/bottlesprovidence Bottles is a
This white sangria recipe is perfect for spring and summer, especially with all the fun outdoor parties and barbecues. It’s really easy to make and will surely impress all your guests! Click “show more” for the full recipe link. Thanks for watching! Make sure to subscribe for more videos: http://bit.ly/2afhftX WEBSITE: https://www.downshiftology.com INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/downshiftology FACEBOOK:
We might seem like real Paso pimps lately, but for good reason! There are exciting things going on there these days (especially the west side), and Daou vineyards is a great example. Owner/Winemaker Daniel Daou is up to the plate this week and his Cabernet-based wines are proving to be a real grand slam of
The Robert Mondavi Winery in Oakville is surrounded by the famous To-Kalon Vineyard with its acres of Cabernet vines up to 35 years of age. That’s what makes their Oakville Cabernet so special and such a great value. http://www.wineexpress.com/shopping/prod_detail/main.asp?productID=38646
Watch Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon grapevines transform through their 2013 growing season with this plant growing time lapse video. This video was captured from March 2013 through January 2014. Learn more about winemaking: https://blog.jordanwinery.com/go/behind-the-scenes/.
Winemaker Ken Pahlow talks about the costs of land in Oregon’s wine country as of the summer of 2014. Ken Pahlow is the owner and winemaker at Walter Scott Wines in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. See all of our videos with Ken Pahlow of Walter Scott Wines here: Subscribe to Ask a Winemaker for hundreds more