Wine Types

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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Unprecedented times call for unprecedented measures. In order to keep a close relationship with our customers around the globe, we’ve organised the first round of three virtual seminars held by Aurelio Montes father and son from our winery, where they presented ‘Montes’ Cabernet Sauvignon’, including 4 wines made with this grape variety. These seminars were
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In this show, we welcome Thierry Fritsch, the head oenologist and chief wine educator of the Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins d’Alsace (CIVA), the regional wine regulatory and promotional body of the Alsace wine region. Born and raised in Alsace, Thierry is an agricultural engineer and oenologist, and has an MBA from the Business School of
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http://www.wineswonderland.com/best-white-wines-starting-with-the-grapes/ There are so many different white wine labels on the market it makes your head spin. Start getting to know white wines by discovering the 4 most popular grapes in the USA and the wines that are produced for them. For more information, tips and tools to develop your wine enthusiasm look at http://www.winewsonderland.com
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Another fun fact: According to the Food and Agriculture Organization, the world uses 70 percent of the grapes grown to make wine. And while an estimated 10,000 types of grapes exist in the Vitaceae family, only around 1,300 of these are used in winemaking.
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Wine writer and educator Elaine Chukan Brown speaks with geologist and terroir specialist Brenna Quigley in California. Elaine and Brenna continue their tour of California’s diverse terroirs, looking at different regions throughout the Golden State. They talk through the experience of the wines soil to glass – how different soil types show up in the
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Josh joins head of wine Isabelle to taste and discuss five wines from Jura. All wines featured available on our wine store (see below). Like what you saw? Let us know if you’ve got any taste test requests, and hit the subscribe button. Featured: Chevassu Chardonnay Sous Voile (£23) https://shop.thewinelist.net/collections/surplus-wine/products/chevassu-chardonnay-sous-voile Chevassu Savagnin Ouillé (£26) https://shop.thewinelist.net/collections/surplus-wine/products/chevassu-savagnin-ouille
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Join Harry Tatian, Free Run Wine Merchants, Liz Skirpin, Amuse Manager and Celeste Fetta, VMFA’s Director of Education for a tasting of French wines of the Gamay Noir grape from the Loire Valley and the Beaujolais region of Burgundy. Pair these selections with works of art depicting the architecture of the Loire Valley and examples
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Appellations are a legally defined area where grapes are grown for making wine and they may also be described as a classification system. They are used all over the world for wine production, but not everyone understands what the word appellation actually means. In this episode, discover the appellation laws that are fundamental to wine
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https://www.cellarangels.com 888 282-1353 On this episode of SIP Virtual Wine Tasting with Winemakers we talked to Winemaker Kim Vance of Zoetic Wines. Kim shared the story of falling in love with California Wine Country and Pinot Noir and her journey from Texas to Napa Valley. Kim focuses on single-vineyard and single-clone wines, her “Block 21”
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PRIORAT is extreme. With an intense Mediterranean sun, steep roman-cut terraces and unforgiving dark slate soils known as llicorella, everything about this region is challenging. The primary varietals are the indigenous Garnacha and Cariñena. These wines are practically heroic: intensely proud and concentrated in every way with stewed inky fruit and ripping tannins. Have you
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