http://www.BKWineTours.com *Come on a Wine & Food Tour with BKWine* — Our first book in English: “Biodynamic, organic and natural winemaking. Sustainable viticulture and viniculture” is now available. The purpose of the book is to explain what these different types of winemaking practices are about, organic, biodynamic, natural, sustainable etc. What is allowed. What is
Despite what might look like a classic dogs vs cats alley fight to some, wine people vs beer people actually have plenty in common. But you can’t deny that these two tribes have some pretty obvious differences. In the interest of not taking either of these libations too seriously, let’s take a look at 7
“My Puhunan” travels to Bauang, La Union to have a taste of Lomboy Farms’ sweet grapes and wine products. Lomboy Farms owner Avelino Lomboy explains why he decided to start a vineyard 46 years ago, and shares why he imparts his knowledge to other grape farmers in the country. Gracia Lomboy, Avelino’s daughter, says they
Sommelier Joe Campanale shows off some tricks for improving the taste and presentation of any any less-than-stellar red, white, or sparkling wine at L’Apicio restaurant in New York. Join Birchbox Man: http://birch.ly/1571u01 Find more drink recipes and advice in the Birchbox Man Guide: http://birch.ly/1aUKkmh Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more videos every month: https://www.youtube.com/Birchboxman
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In this virtual wine tasting we’re trying a collection of Paul Hobbs Wines; A Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Cabernet Sauvignon. We also discuss wine tips and the growing trend of virtual wine tasting experiences. Guest Sommelier: Dan Pilkey – Midwest Sale Manager, Paul Hobbs Wines. twitter: @dpilkey Tastings: 1. Paul Hobbs Chardonnay, Russian River Valley
First up, sorry about the lighting conditions. . Darkest Orkney in midwinter does not lend itself well to outdoor filming. I am looking forward to experimenting with different home made wines – the types that I can’t find recipe’s for! Seaweed, Kidney bean – I have a growing list! I am looking for your suggestions
You like wine, but sometimes you question yourself when you’re handed a glass at a restaurant or bar. Are you really supposed to swirl, or is that just something people do for show? What’s the right way to smell it, and why do you have to put all this effort into the first sip anyway?