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Here, I walk you through the different wine regions in Australia, their flavor profiles, and which pairs with which kind of food.
Sometimes you need to grab and go. Today, I review the Liberty Creek Cabernet Sauvignon. It’s a nice little box of wine that is cheap and highly portable. But is it any good? Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon Region: California ABV: 12% Price: $3.00
Most wine professionals and experienced people do not enjoy rose wine due to poor public view in the wine world. A rose is considered to be unsophisticated and plain. While this can be true sometimes, it is not necessarily a bad thing. You should drink wine for yourself, not for other people. If the wine
So, you’re short on cash but still need a pick-me-up after a long day at work. We’ve got you covered! This wine review covers 5 different wines, all under $5 pre-tax. Scrounge up those coins and head to the liquor or grocery store for some delicious options that won’t break the bank. We tested out
Thumbs Up Wine Review: If you read about wine you’ll probably see that Torrontes is the next “up and coming” varietal. One of the reasons is that, when done right, it has a ton of crowd-pleasing, fresh fruit flavors. If you can find it, the 2013 Alamos Torrontes from Argentina is a great example to
Very enjoyable wine, and with the price of $4.99, it makes it even better. The smell comes off with some floral notes, but I got a slight peachy taste. It’s a bit sweet, but not super sweet like Moscato. I highly recommend this one. ABV is 9.5%
La Rioja has three subregions where wine is made: Rioja Alta, Rioja Alvesa, and Rioja Baja. Learn about the wine making differences in these regions from a professional wine sommelier with this free video. Expert: Mark Middlebrook Contact: www.paulmarcuswines.com Bio: Mark Middlebrook sells and writes about wine for Paul Marcus Wines in Oakland, California. Filmmaker:
Wine Director, Rhett Gadke discusses one of our favorite wines from our 2009 Fall Catalog. For more information about this wine please visit our website.
Every Sunday Tom Cannavan of wine-pages.com chooses a new wine of the week. For 9th November 2014 the Purcari Estate, Rara Neagra 2011 from Moldova is his Wine of the Week. Made from the local Rare Neagra grape, its a full but crisp red wine.
This chardonnay comes from a higher elevation site on Los Alamos Vineyard. With this higher elevation, the soil changes from sandy soil to Calcaric shale and limestone. The grapes were handpicked on September 5th and barrel fermented in French Oak. The nose is dominated by classic chardonnay characteristics of citrus, very subtle stone fruit, and
In this episode we take a look at two wines in particular which Dan reckons changed his life forever. Our guest in this episode is Tom Hogan, the Sommelier of a fantastic two hatted restaurant called Lake House which you can find in Victoria. The wines we review in this episode are: Grosset Polish
For many, Barolos are considered the best wine in Italy. Learn more about Barolo Piemonte wines in this free 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
83 different kinds of Californian wines from 31 wineries have arsenic levels in excess of 20 parts per billion according to a recent class action lawsuit, so of course we did a taste test of all the tasty arsenic wines! Have you ever had any of the wines on the list? Full wine list of
I went to Target and picked out wines with the most ridiculous labels and names. Then I took them home and gave them a taste. This is what happened. LET’S BE INTERNET FRIENDS! BLOG: http://www.whitneya.com SHOP: http://bottlestockshop.com/ TWITTER: http://twitter.com/ubriaca INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/ubriaca FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Whitney-A/255237911822 SNAPCHAT: ubriaca —- Hello friends! My name is – you guessed it
Join us for this special episode of Spitbucket as we caught up with Benoit Gouez, the chef de cave of Moet and Chandon on his recent trip to Australia for the launch of the 2002 vintage.
Wine Reviews by Thumbs Up Wine Review: One smell and the vanilla and dark berries tell you that this is no $8 wine. There are a lot of big flavors in this 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon from Darkhorse, but it’s not over the top. Smooth, balanced and easily worth double the retail value.
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Italy has been famous for its wine and wine-makers since Roman times. Today that tradition continues as every region in Italy produces wine. In fact, the country of Italy has over one million acres of vineyards under cultivation, most remarkably indicating how much Italians love their wine. Wine regions Each region is special for a
So – you have just read an article on the internet about how to make wine out of grape juice and sugar. The article tells you to use a balloon and a milk jug and some yeast. BUT – all of the articles leave out the one real secret to making wine with juice concentrate.
I recall an article I read when I really began to get into red wine back in the 90’s comparing red wine to milk with different fat contents. After reading the article, I had just enough knowledge to sound like I knew my grapes and what I was talking about. And this came at a
We have all heard the terms table, dessert and sparkling wines in reference to different wines before. Some of us understand the differences between each but others just let these ‘jargons’ fly over our heads. The differences between each will be explained. Each is term refers to different types of wine. Table wines are usually
Measuring the pH of a wine is one of the most important tests in a winery. Here are some facts on pH, why we need to know about it and how to measure the pH of your wine accurately. Most of us learned about pH in chemistry class at school. If you can’t remember what
Wine storage has been a skill that came along with a technology ever since the first grapes had been fermented. You will find people who have to grasp the most clever methods, for their wine is a good investment that must be protected. There are other people who simply need to know how to preserve
Anytime consumers purchase a new wine, they have the problem of not knowing whether it will be one that they like or not. Of course, that problem is solved if they have discovered it in a tasting party. In a local wine store, consumers rely on the advice of the store owner or employee, but
Every Sunday Tom Cannavan of wine-pages.com chooses a new wine of the week. For 29 June 2014 the Chandon Brut Sparkling Wine from Argentina is his Wine of the Week. A seriously good tradional method fizz made by Chandon in Mendoza.
For several years wine making has been practiced through the process called as vinification, this is a very simple method as compared to the other methods of making alcoholic beverages. The process of wine making involves six basic steps: 1. Viticulture 2. Harvesting 3. Crushing 4. Fermentation 5. Clarifying the solution 6. Bottling Viticulture: As
Hey Gurrrrl Hey! Summertime is the perfect time to enjoy a bottle of Rose wine (or 4!!!). This is my first side by side tasting of some of my favorites.