Month: October 2019

Here are 15 crave-worthy comfort food and wine pairings. Be warned, naps are not included (although, you’ll be tempted!). Images of wine pairings tend to go in a decidedly elite direction. Fine cheeses, charcuterie boards, and foie gras seem to be the best friends of wine. But at the end of a long, stressful day,
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Jordan Winery’s baker Cristina Valencia shares some new twists on classic pumpkin desserts. Cristina teaches you how to create pumpkin pie mousse and mini pumpkin rolls for fall meals–including plating suggestions for dinner parties. For recipes, please visit http://blog.jordanwinery.com/2011/11/pumpkin-desserts-reinvented-and-other-sweet-recipes-for-the-holidays/.
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Wine legs aka wine tears or wine fingers are stranger than they seem. Check out Vsauce3 Can You Survive the Movies! Zero G with Veritasium and e-penser: Bursting Dropletes – The Lutetium Project Thanks to http://physicsgirl.org/ Tweets by thephysicsgirl http://facebook.com/thephysicsgirl http://instagram.com/thephysicsgirl Creator/Host: Dianna Cowern Editor: Levi Butner Writer: Anna Leonard Producer: Imogen Ashford Thanks to
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Grégory is Burgundy’s Jean-Claude Boisset’s official ‘viniculturalist’, which is exactly what it sounds like. An expert in both the plethora of vineyard sites Boisset works with as well as crafting the finished product in the cellar, he makes a staggering total of 35 different wines! Today we are lucky enough to get him to shed
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Robert Parker called it “a fabulous wine” saying “Obviously, this is the one wine that received the most meticulous attention from their outside consultant Michel Rolland… the wine hits the palate with a full-bodied, powerful, concentrated, dense style, has great acidity, moderately sweet tannin, and a long, long finish.” http://www.wineexpress.com//shopping/prod_detail/main.asp?productID=38135&AFID=YTB
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Winemaker Fred Scherrer of the Scherrer Winery discusses the terroir of the Russian River Valley and Sonoma Coast Appelations in California, and talks about how the two can taste different. This question came from Steven Rigisich of Pinot Days. Sound and video quality has increased dramatically at Ask a Winemaker, but we love these old
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James Suckling scored this 94 points and said “Fantastic aromas of dried flowers, tiles, terracotta, plum and cherry follow through to a full body, dense and velvety tannins and a persistent finish that caresses your palate. Energy and balance. Beautiful now to drink but much better in 2020 when the wine comes together.” http://www.wineexpress.com/shopping/prod_detail/main.asp?productID=38604
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Blended wines are made from several different types of wine grapes. Learn more about blended wines from an expert sommelier in this free specialty 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:
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