How To Make Tibetan Rice Wine – Sweet and Savory Just in time for losar! This is a very simple and easy to follow recipe for a tasty rice wine. Enjoy 🙂 Ingredients: 8g rice wine yeast ball 1kg rice water Important note: At 2:56 I meant “cold boiled water” and not hot water.
Malolactic Fermentation in regards to red and white wines is discussed by winemaker George Skouras of Domaine Skouras. He does not like any Malolactic in his Moscofilero, but encourages it in Chardonnay. Ask a Winemaker filmed with George Skouras in Chicago at Red & White Wines Watch all of our videos on Winemaking 101: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLddUmDhg4G_IPyaCdujShOPm8H_dhO1yl
Less than a week ago, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers escorted Rudy Kurniawan onto a commercial flight at Dallas-Ft. Worth Airport to begin the final chapter of deportation proceedings. Just over 24 hours later, and after one layover, the convicted wine counterfeiter arrived in Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, just outside Jakarta, Indonesia, according to
Dr. Gregory Jones will cover the important connections between climate and agriculture with a focus on growing grapes for wine production. He will discuss how climate change has altered, and will likely continue to alter, the global wine map. Dr. Jones is director of the Division of Business, Communication and the Environment and a professor
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When the COVID-19 pandemic took hold of the country a year ago, traditional wine auctions had to move their gavels fully online. For the past decade, houses such as Zachys and Christie’s had already been conducting partially online sales with most bids coming from absentee buyers. The pandemic forced them to develop more creative online
Ponzi Vineyards, a pioneer of Oregon wine, has been acquired by the Bollinger family, owners of Champagne Bollinger. It’s Bollinger’s first winery purchase outside France. The sale price was not disclosed but the deal includes the 40,000-case winery and hospitality facilities in Willamette Valley and 35 acres of vineyards. The Ponzi family retains 100 acres
It was a sale that had all of St.-Emilion paying attention. After weeks of regulatory holdups, Josephine Duffau-Lagarrosse and Prisca Courtin-Clarins, representing her family, have acquired Château Beauséjour Héritiers Duffau-Lagarrosse, a Premier Grand Cru Classé, after the deal was approved by SAFER, the French land management agency, for €75 million (about $89 million). Duffau-Lagarrosse, a
Wine Spectator Best of Award of Excellence winner Press Restaurant in St. Helena, Calif., has a new wine director. After stints at renowned destinations including Grand Award winners Gary Danko and the French Laundry, Vincent Morrow will now oversee the list at the Napa restaurant, which claims the largest selection of Napa Valley wines in
Freezing temperatures during the early morning hours of April 6, 7 and 8 brought severe frosts to Burgundy vineyards, damaging Chardonnay and Pinot Noir buds from the Mâconnais to Chablis and setting up 2021 as a challenging vintage for the region. Growers scrambled to light candles in the vineyards in the hopes of raising the
One of Napa’s Valley’s most prominent vintners, Bill Harlan, is stepping away from Harlan Estate after 40 years. “I have often said that, when I reach the age of 80, the time will have come to turn over the leadership of our family winegrowing domain to the next generation,” Harlan wrote in a letter to
Updated April 11 With a star-studded live auction featuring chef Guy Fieri, Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy and others, Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits and Wine Spectator’s Conscious Collection Auction raised more than $1.6 million for restaurant and bar workers who have been impacted by the pandemic. After days of online bidding, Zachy’s gaveled open
“I’ve been urging wineries to up their online game since 2000,” says industry analyst Rob McMillan, executive vice president of Silicon Valley Bank’s wine division. “It took a pandemic to make it happen.” By now, you have undoubtedly heard how the shutdowns that COVID-19 triggered across the nation last year upended the wine market. Restaurants
TJ Douglas, co-owner of The Urban Grape reveals the new age of kosher winemaking in this beginner’s tutorial. If you still believe that all kosher wines are strictly from Israel and taste like grape soda, this segment is targeted to you. TJ gives recommendations of quality wines from different growing regions around the world that
Need to know what wine goes best with asparagus? Or when to serve a Pinot Noir? Wine expert Rebecca Chapa suggests the best possible combinations. Still haven’t subscribed to Epicurious on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/epiyoutubesub ABOUT EPICURIOUS Browse thousands of recipes and videos from Bon Appétit, Gourmet, and more. Find inventive cooking ideas, ingredients, and restaurant
Join Harry Tatian, Free Run Wine Merchants, and Celeste Fetta, VMFA’s Director of Education, for a discussion of Italian Wines from the Piedmont and Veneto regions. Pair these wines with a discussion of the work of artists Sol Le Witt and John Singer Sargent. Learn more: http://bit.ly/VMFAFridaysAfter5
Mmmm, I was craving Sangria! It’s been forever since I’ve made myself this delicious Red Sangria. But it never fails to satisfy my tastebuds! My two secret ingredients really help kick it up a notch- so don’t forget those! I ended up adding 2 extra shots of the Peach Infused Vodka (6 total) because we
Learn how to taste acidity in wine by developing your palate. I added lemon juice to red wine and compared it to a control wine which was a Syrah from Sicily. This experiment focuses on the wine characteristic of acidity. Materials for the experiment: Dry red wine Juice of 1/2 a lemon Add the lemon
Here’s our Tuscan Wines “The Classics” wine class in a webinar version where we cover some history, the main regions, and grapes. Here’s the link to the 6-bottle tasting pack that goes with the presentation: https://www.italianwineinstitute.com/product-page/tuscan-classics-tasting-pack Or other links: Grape Tours from Florence: https://www.tuscan-wine-tours.com/ Grape Tours from Nice: https://www.nice-wine-tours.com/ Italian Wine Institute (wine school): https://www.italianwineinstitute.com/
Spain has the highest number of organic wineries in Europe. In this edition of Here We Grow, we meet some of the producers of the finest wines, enhanced in their excellence by returning to the natural and ancient rhythms of wine production. READ MORE : https://www.euronews.com/2020/10/15/the-organic-wines-of-spain-restoring-the-ancient-rhythms-of-production Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/euronews?sub_confirmation=1 Watch our LIVE here:
Join us for a tasting of dough Wines, the James Beard Foundation’s first wine collaboration! Crafted in concert with a diverse group of chefs and beverage professionals, dough wines were created to complement food. Get a taste of their four inaugural wines and story behind the brand. Buy the wine to enjoy while watching the
Every Sunday Tom Cannavan of wine-pages.com chooses a new wine of the week. For 7th December 2014 he recommends three lovely sweet wines as his Wines of the Week, each a perfect Christmas dessert wine. Casa Silva, Late Harvest Semillon/Gewurztraminer, Domaine Cazes, Rivesaltes Ambre, Peller Estate, Niagara Riesling Icewine
Take your wine tasting skills up a notch! In this video, Sommelier B. Pierre Asti discusses the 5 components of wine and how to identify them when you’re tasting. Pierre covers Alcohol, Acidity, Tannins, Fruitiness, and Sweetness vs. Dryness – plus a little bonus at the end. After this video, you’ll be tasting wine like
After blind tasting wine in more than 80 different glasses with a professional winemaker, a sommelier, and a wine critic, we think the best everyday wine glass is the Libbey Signature Kentfield Estate All-Purpose Wine Glass. We also have picks for a more elegant glass, a high-end glass for serious wine drinkers, a stemless option,
Every Monday Tom Cannavan of wine-pages.com chooses a new wine of the week. For 11th January 2021 the Banfi, Rosso di Montalcino 2018 from Tuscany is his choice.
Story: Its Easter season and we wanted to make some Gooseberry wine. This delicious and simple recipe is also good for health and also helps to boost our immune system. This wine is warm and flavourful with a sweet lingering taste of Amla / Gooseberry. Please watch our entire video and if you have tried
Axel Heinz, director of these Tuscan estates, talks to Wine Spectator’s Bruce Sanderson about the similarities and differences between Bolgheri and Bordeaux, Ornellaia’s journey to adulthood, and how a warming climate will affect the balance of grape varieties in the vineyards and wines.
Super excited to taste some wine with you on Monday, Feb 15, 2021 at 6:30pm EST! We’ll be joined by some specials guests as well 😉
Explore two wines from Oregon and Washington. Thomas Bjornsen of Roanoke Valley Wine joins VMFA’s Liz Skirpan, Amuse Manager, and Celeste Fetta, Director of Education. Wine from the two locales will be paired with related works of art from the museum’s permanent collection.