Wine Expert Teaches Wine Idiot about French Wine | Wine School

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Wine newbie, Hallie Tarpley, joins our host, Ray Isle, for an introduction into French wine. Hallie and Ray dive deep into the basic of French wine exploring the reds, whites, and everything in between. Interested in more? Read all about the French wine region on our website, https://bit.ly/2KByhnq.

In an increasingly craft beer-centric millennial world, wine can seem intimidating. In this series, Ray Isle shows a wine newb, Hallie Tarpley, everything from how to hold a glass to how to hold her own in conversations amongst wine nerds.

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