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After looking into the fine wines from Bordeaux, Burgundy and Champagne in France, today with this new episode, we’re crossing the French Alps to start a series about the extraordinary diversity and talk about the unique personality, or should I say varied wine personalities found all around Italy. We’re talking about THE biggest wine-producing country
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BIERZO The gateway to green-Spain, Bierzo is the part of the country that’s lush with verdant rolling hills with a cooler wetter climate. But what Bierzo is really all about is it’s grape: Mencia, from which it makes wildly complex light red wines. This relatively unknown region is producing some of the most inspiring wines
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Semolina Wine Recipe – revisited and improved! Semolina wine is a fantastic drop but I have amended my recipe! The previous Semolina video You can find lots of our homebrew wine recipes on our website: http://www.happyhomestead.co.uk/ If you like this video and want to support the channel, then please buy me a beer! http://www.buymeacoff.ee/Happyhomestead Would
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In this short episode, I demonstrate that tasting wine is a very personal and subjective matter, that there are no rights or wrongs, just your own perception of the wine. Feel free to check out our website: www.goodbrothers.co.cuk
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Master of Wine, Patrick Farrell, offers lessons with red wines from Costco. He talks about the types, quality, producers, and regions of wine, while lecturing on wines with reactivation and bubbles in the bottle + bottle variation. Today’s wines 1.Sanford Pinot Noir 2018 Santa Rita Hills California 2. Patrick Lessec Chateaunef du Paff 2017 Lonebelly
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Chef Daniel Boulud opens his highly anticipated, sprawling new seafood restaurant in Midtown Manhattan’s One Vanderbilt skyscraper this week. Le Pavillon debuts with a limited number of dinner reservations May 20, followed by a full opening on May 28. The restaurant takes its name from the New York destination that’s widely credited for putting French
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This Pear Wine Recipe and Method makes a fantastic 1 gallon batch of light and refreshing white. It is quick to ferment and fast to mature. Full recipe 👇 https://www.happyhomestead.co.uk/pear-wine.html ↓↓↓↓↓ “SHOW MORE” ↓↓↓↓↓ Chapters:- 0:00 Why and when to make pear wine 0:53 Pear wine recipe 5:17 7 days later You can find lots
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A year ago it was hard to fathom how Bordeaux wineries would conduct a futures campaign, selling their latest vintage as a global pandemic raged. But they managed to pull it off. Now they have launched the campaign for 2020 futures, and while conditions in many of their leading markets have improved, it is hardly
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For many wine lovers, relaxation can often be found in a glass of good wine. And stress reduction is a matter of health: High stress levels can lead to adverse cardiovascular effects such as high blood pressure. A new study has found promising results for moderate alcohol consumption and reducing stress-related brain signals responsible for heart
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When it comes to wines that are tough-as-nails survivors, you might not immediately think of the fresh, flowery aromas of Viognier. But the truth is that Viognier was nearly extinct 50 years ago! And after a few glasses of this perfumy white wine, you’ll wonder how we were meant to live without it. During this
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Since the passing of California Proposition 64 in 2016, which legalized the commercial and recreational growing of cannabis, many farmers are moving to the Golden State’s top winegrowing regions to cultivate the cash-crop. While some winegrowers are unbothered by the rise in cannabis farming, many others are worried that they have to compete with the
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Wine Myth – Old World vs. New World Are old world wines better than new world wines? In this video we uncover the differences between old world and new world wines. What makes them so different? And which one is “better”? In our opinion, the best wine for you is the wine YOU like! But
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Andalucía is well known for its sherry, a fortified wine made near the town of Jerez. Sherry is a protected designation of origin; and in Spanish law, all wine labeled as “Sherry” must come from the Sherry Triangle, an area between Jerez de la Frontera, Sanlúcar de Barrameda, and El Puerto de Santa María. For
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One of the hardest working women in the wine business, Bibiana González Rave has studied with world-class teachers, worked with world-class producers, and is now creating world-class wine right here in California. Her informed winemaking skills are an amalgam of her previous experiences traveling the wine world and are in full display in her labels
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Chateau Lassegue is the stunning St. Emilion property purchased by the Jackson Family who made it one of the region’s top performers. With Winemaker Pierre Seillan, the Lassegue team turns out exceptional right bank Bordeaux every vintage. Follow us on social media! Wine Express: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WineExpress/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wineexpress/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/WineExpress
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This Chocolate wine is an aphrodisiac. Be warned. This Chocolate wine recipe will create 1 gallon of divine wine, best made as a present to your future self! ↓↓↓↓↓ “SHOW MORE” ↓↓↓↓↓ Full recipe 👇 https://www.happyhomestead.co.uk/chocolate-wine.html Cross My Loof Wine Yeast https://ebay.us/RJJH5v Chapters:- 0:00 Why and when to make chocolate wine 1:00 Chocolate wine ingredients
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