Even wondered what would happened if you left a McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish in wine for a month? No? Well we did. Today, we’re leaving things in wine for a month and playing a game to guess how they changed! GMM #1686 Subscribe to GMM: https://www.youtube.com/goodmythicalmorning?sub_confirmation=1 Watch today’s GMMORE: https://youtu.be/BJeB9AuYLnM Watch Josh make a $309 KFC Famous
This video is about my experience visiting V. Sattui Winery, St. Helena, CA Napa Valley. This was a private (birthday) wine tasting. Wine can bring people together as is the case in this video. But what was most interesting about this is that our host (wine educator) was someone I did not expect. Tom Davies
In the center of Portugal, the Dão is an isolated wine region that Sara Dionisio of Casa de Mouraz describes as being much like Burgundy in the sense that it has many small vineyards. The soil is granitic in the Dão and gives a mineral quality to many of them. Sara sat with Ask a
Discussing how to taste wine properly, and get a deeper understanding of what you are tasting. Most wine consumers and even connoisseurs only taste wine in two dimensions, but the most important aspect is in fact the third dimension to wine tasting. #tastingwithjulien #winetasting #wine
www.winemastery.co.uk – In this introduction we change the format slightly as we start our world tour of wines. Put another way we start to talk about wines from different countries and we start with some Red wines from Italy. Chianti, Valpolicella Classico and the lesser known Nerello Masalese from Sicily are the first wines we
Learn how to taste wine step by step. In this episode we put everything together starting from DAY 1 in a 4-step process that’s easy to remember: Look, Smell, Taste, Converse! We will cover four basic rules for wine tasting and then taste a Rioja Crianza together. Download detailed class notes for the episode when
German wine differs from wines of other countries – it’s light, lively and fruity, thanks to Germany’s unique climatic and geological conditions. This trailor will inspire you to learn more about best value-for-money Wines of Germany in this 30min film.
Ever wonder why wine geeks make such a big production of wine tasting?!?! While it may look a little pretentious, there are many good reasons to learn how to taste wine correctly. Let me, Jacky Blisson, wine pro & Master of Wine candidate, walk you through the why & how of the matter on this
Jonathan Sulenski from Podere La Villa talks about Wines Unearthed
If you like this trick, please like, comment and subscribe, thanks! More coming! Here’s a trick to make cheap vodka taste the best! Check out my other videos, tips and reviews here, THANKS! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzwrYE_O3V-havvPycreeiA/playlists?view_as=public Will it blend? Ever wondered how to make inexpensive wine taste “better” or get best tasting wine? Need some wine tasting
Let’s talk about… wine matching with essential oils. Did you know that scent can actually change the way something tastes? Tonight on Let’s Talk About Kim and Jeremy show you how this works by matching some essential oils with wine. Are you a red, white or champagne person? 👇🥂🍷
In Berry Bros. & Rudd’s series of micro-masterclasses addressing the most frequently-asked questions about wine, our Wine Education Specialist, Anne McHale MW, lists the four simple steps you can take to taste every facet of a wine, from releasing its aroma through to savouring its flavours. Learn more about tasting wine through our Wine School:
Up for Wine and Cheese? We’re serving wine and cheese in this reel because we know how to treat guests. That said, we’re not so sure how you’re going to feel about the rare Sardinian cheese featured in one of our stories. To enjoy this cheese, you have to be okay with what’s crawling around
Are you a wine enthusiast? Learn tips for describing wine at a wine tasting in this free video about wine tasting tips and advice. 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 |
Mark Oldman is a celebrity in the wine tasting world and has been named “the top personality in the wine business.” His best selling book describes “How to Drink Like a Billionaire.” If you actually are a billionaire, or at least a celebrity or Manhattan socialite, you can purchase a private tasting with Mark and
United Nations – Famous for its Malbec wines, Argentina is bringing various blends to tables around the world. But climate change is threatening the sustainability of the wine making industry forcing vineyard owners to adjust their production techniques to mitigate the effects a changing climate may have on Malbec wines in Mendoza province. Script (Pdf):
Vines and wine-making are an essential part of the Margaret River region’s DNA. Since the first commercial vineyard planting at Vasse Felix estate in 1967, the region has grown to produce a massive 20% of Australia’s premium wine, and there are now over 95 cellar doors to be explored, set against spectacular vistas of farmland,
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Learn how to taste wine! My sommelier friend Whitney tells us all about how to pull it off like a sophisticate. See More Whitney! http://www.whitneya.com // @ubriaca https://www.youtube.com/TheWhitneyAChannel Find my Cookbook! http://www.thekitchykitchen.com/cookbook/ Check out my Blog! http://www.thekitchykitchen.com Follow me on Instagram! http://instagram.com/kitchykitchen/ Let’s be friends on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/thekitchykitchen Say hello on Twitter! Tweets by KitchyKitchen
California Pinots are red hot and Marcassin, located on the Sonoma Coast, produces some of the state’s top Pinots. Helen Turley makes the wines and her husband, John Wetlaufer, grows the grapes. We caught up with the dynamic duo at harvesttime.
Wine tasting can be intimidating and weird at first…but with these 3 SUPER SIMPLE TIPS, you’ll be tasting like a pro in no time! In this video, I explain how to taste wine, how to smell wine, and how to note a wine’s finish, flavors & textures. Check it out!! If you’re looking for more
Viticulturist Brent Young discusses bud break of the 2010 vintage, which occurred in late March in the Alexander Valley and signifies the start of our vineyards’ growing season. Protecting the grapevine buds from frost and recent weather conditions are also highlighted. To view the full vlog post, visit http://blog.jordanwinery.com/2010/04/budbreak-video-a-look-at-the-start-of-our-season.