WSET Level 3 Wines – Understanding Italy Northern Italy Climate and Grapegrowing Make sure you SUBSCRIBE to the channel for two updates per week! https://www.youtube.com/c/winewithjimmy?sub_confirmation=1 Wine Educator Jimmy Smith takes you through an introduction to Northern Italy for WSET Level 3 – a perfect study resource for those studying the WSET Level 3 qualification or
Every Sunday Tom Cannavan of wine-pages.com chooses a new wine of the week. For 25 September 2017 the Villa Maria Private Bin Pinot Noir 2016 from Marlborough in New Zealand is his Wine of the Week.
As we prepare to ring in 2023, Wine Spectator‘s editors are taking a moment to toast the wine industry pioneers, innovators, leaders and chroniclers we lost this year, among them one of our dearest friends. This year we said goodbye to California Pinot Noir pioneer and Calera founder Josh Jensen, charismatic Château Léoville Barton owner
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The true story of the Three Thieves: the Master (Joel Gott), the Hustler (Charles Bieler), and the Dreamer (Roger Scommegna) three rogue wine lovers whose 20-year kinship was sparked by a shared desire to make uncommon wine to be shared by all.
What is Melon de Bourgogne? Melon de Bourgogne, the grape used in the French wine region Muscadet, is sparingly planted in Oregon. Winemaker Todd Hamina talks about how difficult it can be to harvest at the right time and the natural acidity of the grape that is so critical to its success as a partner
Economists are uncertain if 2023 will deliver a full recession to the U.S. economy or simply a slowdown, thanks to stubborn inflation, rising interest rates and the continued impact of the war in Ukraine and the pandemic. A lot of household net worth has been wiped out in the past 12 months, between the stock
Every Sunday Tom Cannavan of wine-pages.com chooses a new wine of the week. For 2nd February 2013 the Viña Cobos, Felino Malbec 2012 from Argentina is his Wine of the Week.
What is Grenache? Winemaker Randall Grahm explains the basics of Grenache, both in the glass and in the vineyard. He calls it a “wonderful grape” that is a chameleon in that it can be light and fruity or rich and powerful. Included is a quick overview of where the grape is grown in the world
Expanding its global portfolio, Tao Group Hospitality opened a new restaurant on Dec. 6 at the Moxy Lower East Side hotel in New York City: Sake No Hana, a lively spot for contemporary Japanese cuisine. A reinvention of the original Sake No Hana in London (which closed in 2021), it joins more than 70 Tao
While our most-popular videos of 2021 highlighted the itch to get together after being cooped up during the pandemic, 2022’s videos were a return to the basics of wine enjoyment. Refreshing summer cocktails for poolside imbibing, tours of the grand estates of Bordeaux and classic wine-and-cheese pairings all appealed to our viewers, as did a