The star of blockbuster movies, including Jurassic Park and The Hunt for Red October, actor Sam Neill is gaining recognition for his role as winery owner and Pinot lover. Meet Sam as he describes his winery, Two Paddocks, located in New Zealand.
Check that off the bucket list! The ‘Piemontese Pusherman’ himslef, Aldo Vacca, Managing Director of the Produttori del Barbaresco, joins us in the tasting room…
Learn how grape sampling and sugar testing are done at Jordan Winery to determine when to pick grapes. This winemaking process video also discusses the importance of taste and trusting our palates to determine when to start picking grapes. Go behind the scenes with our winemakers at http://blog.jordanwinery.com.
Clay vessels called Amphorae are becoming more an more popular in winemaking in place of oak barrels. Winemaker Frank Cornelissen talks about how he started to use amphora at his estate on Etna in Italy and how his approach has evolved. Cornelissen at with Ask a Winemaker in December of 2013. See all of our
The most common types of red beverages fruit are Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Black or Shiraz and Zinfandel. White bottles fruit are Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Riesling and Gewurztraminer. When you see these bottles varieties, they are referring to the grape varieties that are used to make your bottles, which is common with non-European bottles of
Every Sunday Tom Cannavan of wine-pages.com chooses a new wine of the week. For 15th May 2016 the Campo Viejo, Tempranillo Blanco 2015 from Rioja is his Wine of the Week. This is made from the recently discovered Tempranillo Blanco, a white mutation of the red Tempranillo.
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Clos de Vougeot is Burgundy’s biggest Grand Cru and it has some 80 different winegrowers, making it a complex appellation. Join Bruce Sanderson as he decodes Vougeot and shares a couple of his favorite Pinots from the vineyard.
It’s been 4 years since we had Torbreck Vintners in the house (where does the time go?); so with Aussie wines poised for a comeback we decided to again host one of Australia’s finest wineries. In this video Kyle chats with VP to the Americas, Matt Lane to dig deeper into the history of South
Jordan Executive Chef Todd Knoll recommends four must-have kitchen gadgets. Great gift ideas and best value tools for the home cook. Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler — I’ve used many peelers over the years, and this is the best one on the market. No need to spend a fortune. Under $4 at Amazon.com. Microplane Grater/Zester
Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) and the way it is used at each step of the winemaking process is explained by Fred Scherrer of the Scherrer Winery. In the vineyard, elemental sulfur is used to inhibit the growth of fungus called powdery mildew. Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) is used to help fermentation complete and preserve freshness and acidity
Ronan Sayburn MS talks about how to taste Red Wine. View our Playlists of videos we have produced https://www.youtube.com/view_all_playlists Produced by: http://www.hospitalitymedia.co.uk Telephone: 0844 800 2757 firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe https://www.youtube.com/user/hospitalitymedia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HospitalityMedia Twitter: https://twitter.com/hospitalitymedi/ Blogger: http://hospitalitymedia.blogspot.co.uk Google+ https://plus.google.com/109947149467794946252/about Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/hospitality-media?trk=cp_followed_name_hospitality-media%2F
When The Mountain’s Snow Meet The Basalt Desert, you get wine of Jordan, JR Wines. Today we are able to present more than 20 different types of world-renowned wines. We are proud of winning more than 70 international awards and received high praise of Masters of Wine and wine experts around the world. JR Wines
Every Sunday Tom Cannavan of wine-pages.com chooses a new wine of the week. For 3rd April 2016 the Domaine Bila-Haut, Occultum Lapidem 2014, from Michel Chapoutier is his Wine of the Week.
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Winemaker Rob Davis discusses the old world winemaking technique of batonnage, or hand stirring of the lees, which occurs in winter when Jordan Chardonnay ages sur lie in French oak. Learn how this technique offers individual flare of each cellar worker who helps to create Jordan’s mid-palate mouthfeel. http://blog.jordanwinery.com/2011/02/batonnage-an-old-world-winemaking-technique-preserved-each-winter/
How is Pinot Noir made into wine? In this video winemaker Fred Scherrer talks us through his process from the sorting table to the fermenting tank as seen at Harvest 2014 in Sonoma. Fred touches on everything from fermentation temperatures to extraction levels in this focused video. Filmed with Fred Scherrer at the winery in
http://www.jaclynstjames12.wixsite.com/jaclyn Elegance and Sophistication, is an internet video series on the Coffee Time Network. This show airs on Youtube.com with your hostess Jaclyn St. James. The show has many themes originally for drag queens, has broadened its horizons by venturing in to the gay men’s fashions, straight men and ladies fashions, cosmetic, make-up tips, travel
Wine list, upcoming shows, and more: http://winefolly.com/live/ Bring your own wine and join Madeline Puckette in a live tasting. Join us in chat to ask questions, interact, and learn about wine. Does it really matter what wine glass you use? In this tasting we’ll compare how a wine tastes based on the type of glass
Every Sunday Tom Cannavan of wine-pages.com chooses a new wine of the week. For 13th April 2014 the Trapiche, Pure Malbec 2013 from Argentina is his Wine of the Week.
Two Cabernet Sauvignon wine blends from two of the world’s foremost Cabernet regions go face-to-face in this tasting. It’s Napa vs Bordeaux Cabernet! [embedded content]If you love red wine, then you definitely know Cabernet Sauvignon. Cabernet Sauvignon still ranks as number one in terms of acreage grown around the world. It makes up about ~750,000
What makes a wine perfect? Join Wine Spectator’s James Suckling as he talks with Cinzia Merli at Le Macchiole, her winery in Bolgheri. They taste and describe Le Macchiole’s 2004 Messorio, a 100% Merlot that James rated a perfect 100.