Sangiovese is a unique wine grape producing a type of red wine. Learn more about sangiovese wines in this free wine tasting 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
When choosing an organic wine, be sure to scan the label for information on the wine being grown organically, or selecting wines that use biodynamic grapes. Learn more about what organic wines are, and how they are made, with tips from a wine connoisseur in this free video on wines. Expert: Gabriel Chisese Bio: Gabriel
Malbec grapes produce a unique type of red wine. Learn more about malbec wine 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
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
Want to learn about red wine tasting and aroma? Get tips on zinfandel red wine in this free wine tasting 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
Matching wine with food is not a simple as serving red wines with meat and white wines with fish, as veal might be better served with a Chardonnay and tuna could be consumed with a Beaujolais. Compliment a meal with the tastiest wine, like a Bordeaux with lamb, with tips from a wine connoisseur in
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%
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.
There are certainly worldwide locations that are synonymous with the production of wine and the tours in those places are extremely well known and very popular. However, there are still a few largely unheard of locations that you should really make the most of before they are taken over by tourists. Temecula wine tours take
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
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
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.
If you are relatively new to the world of wine then you will probably have come across white Zinfandel wines and Rose wines. The common misconception is that these wines are the same as they are roughly the same colour and some were called “Zinfandel” as a way to make them appear a bit more
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
Selecting a white wine depends on the situation and how the wine is going to be used, like using a Sauvignon Blanc for small social settings. Discover other situations to choose a white wine, like when eating a meal, with ideas from a wine connoisseur in this free video on wines. Expert: Gabriel Chisese Bio:
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.
Buying a gourmet wine gift basket can be expensive. You can easily make a beautiful, custom, personalized, gourmet wine gift basket cheaply. You can use champagne too. Gift baskets are always popular and a great idea to give as a gift. People love to receive gift baskets. Making your own gourmet wine gift basket is
In this video, Theo welcomes us to the Giesen cellar door to answer some frequently asked questions about the difference between dry and sweet wines and the validity of the reviews from wine critics. Theo explains that the taste of wines is subjective and reliant on the individuals’ palettes however there are some varieties that
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.