Our Date Wine Recipe for your own date wine at home! Super simple, but super sticky. Only a few ingredients, so this is wine one pretty much anyone can make, so long as you can get dates. We ordered them online. Date wine is easily a homemade wine. We’ve not actually tried date wine yet,
How do you start the fermentation of grapes to make wine? Winemaker Fred Scherrer talks in detail about how native and commercial yeasts interact in the fermenter. This is part of a series of questions we asked Fred intended for home winemakers and professionals alike. See our growing list of questions related to home wine
On Wednesday September 2nd, the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV)* and the Great Wine Capitals Global Network had the pleasure to meet virtually to celebrate the recent observer status of the Network at the OIV. The President of the OIV, Regina Vanderlinde, addressed the opening speech expressing her desire of a fruitful feedback relationship between the
Patrick Cappiello, the award-winning wine director at Rebelle in New York City, regularly drinks some of the best wines in the world. So we decided to torture him. We went in pursuit of wines made by celebrities—Wayne Gretzky, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Mike Ditka, the Fat Jewish and Maynard James Keenan of Tool—then made him
Los Vascos was founded in the late 1980s and it constitutes one of the first foreign investments in Chile. Founded by the Rothschilds (Domaine Barons de Rothschild), the Los Vascos property comprises more than 2,220 hectares, of which only 220 are planted with vineyards in the region of Colchagua. The remainder, however, is planted with
Tom Cannavan of wine-pages.com chooses the ‘Exqusite Collection’ Fleurie 2009 from ALDI as his Wine of the Week for 6th January 2013
Pears poached in red wine, an elegant ending to any meal! http://allrecipes.co.uk/recipe/33157/red-wine-poached-pears.aspx Maybe you’re looking for festive entertaining ideas, or perhaps you’ve got too much red wine leftover from last Friday night’s party… either way, pears poached in red wine is a delicious make-ahead dessert that is always an elegant way to finish a meal.
The CastelGiocondo estate is the Brunello estate owned by Marchesi di Frescobaldi. It lies on the southwestern slope of Montalcino, at elevations ranging from 600 to 1,200 feet. wineexpress.com/castelgiocondo-2015-brunello-di-montalcino-frescobaldi
A good tourist destination has to have: 1. Tourist attractions: places that arouse interest. They can be natural or cultural. In the case of wine tourism, it will of course involve wine, vineyards, wineries, related festivals, museums, etc.Mendoza is the Malbec capital of the world! Visiting the terroir that produces the best Malbec in the
Michael Fagan takes us on this memorable journey through the historic vineyards of Bordeaux in 2005. Discover why this region produces wine with such a prestigious worldwide reputation. Explore the wines, the people, and the Chateaux of this famous apellation. 31 minutes
Wine writer + expert Elaine Chukan Brown speaks with wine writer Jane Anson, who has lived in Bordeaux since 2003. She is the author of Inside Bordeaux, Wine Revolution, The Club of Nine Angélus, and Bordeaux Legends (a history of the 1855 First Growth wines), as well as co-author or translator of over a dozen
RECIPE: http://www.sweetysalado.com/2014/12/colombian-black-cake.html This is Colombia’s most popular cake that is served on many special ocassions such as baptisms, firt communions and weddings. It is also called “wine cake”, “wedding cake” or “bride’s cake”. Versión en español: http://youtu.be/7kRxXEu23AY Thumbs up if you enjoyed this video. Also, don’t forget to subscribe. ♥ Thank you! ♥ – Blog:
The basics for any place that wants to be known as a wine destination is, for sure, producing high quality wines. But is that all there is to it? Not even close. Wine tourism is an ever-growing travel trend and its concept has been widened and developed over the years. If in the past it all
Did you know that there’s a specific way to “taste” wine, and that you can get certified to taste wine? Dr. Vadim Putzu, certified wine taster and assistant professor of religious thought at Missouri State University, discusses the science and steps for properly tasting wine.
Vernaccia is another classic white wine that is overlooked by so many as they focus on the 1 or 2 white wines they drink from Italy. I hate to pick on Pinot Grigio but I want people to expand their palates.
Shrimp scampi is a delicious pasta dish with a lemon, butter, garlic, and white wine sauce! Join Eric from Simply Elegant Home Cooking as he demonstrates this easy but delicious recipe! One of the keys is to avoid over cooking your shrimp! That will cause them to become rubbery. The shrimp scampi is taken to