Wine Spectator is pleased to announce the promotion of Mitch Frank to senior editor. Frank joined Wine Spectator as associate editor in 2005 and in his current position as news editor he is in charge of reporting breaking news for both print and digital. In this role, Frank delivers timely news on wine as it
Wes Hagen teaches you how to taste wine like a pro. Using two ‘double-blind’ wines (Wes does not know what he’s tasting), Wes goes through his thoughts on how to identify the kind of wine he’s tasting, and all of the considerations of finding wines for our tables and our daily drinking. How does a
Check out this special offer from the Bonner Private Wine Partnership (and become a partner yourself!): https://bit.ly/extreme-altitude-wines As with every week, we’re continuing our exploration of the wonderful world of wine, and we refine, video after video, your understanding of the diversity that it offers. In a previous video we explained the colors of wine,
Every Monday Tom Cannavan of wine-pages.com chooses a new wine of the week. For 26th November 2018 the Kayra, Buzbağ 2017, a red wine blend from Turkey made from indigenous grapes. Read the full text review at https://wine-pages.com/tasting-notes/kayra-buzbag-2017/
Jordan Winery’s award-winning The Journey of Jordan blog is named Best Winery Blog at the 2012 Wine Blog Awards for its behind-the-scenes wine and food videos. Usually behind the camera, Jordan’s Lisa Mattson personally thanks fans and staff in this video. Find all the award winners at http://bit.ly/Seb9tc.
Winemaker Eric Texier talks about some of the differences between inexpensive and costly wines and how it is the job of the wine business and professionals in the industry to explain that not all wine is made the same way. All of our videos with Eric Texier: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?feature=edit_ok&list=PLddUmDhg4G_Ii80zEvJNTWZi1n9NvHZwX Ask a Winemaker on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/askawinemaker?ref=hl Ask
In 2002, long before José Andrés founded World Central Kitchen and became one of the world’s most recognizable and beloved chefs, he opened a Mediterranean restaurant in Washington, D.C., called Zaytinya. Now, Zaytinya has come to New York City, where it opened in July inside the new Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad—one of several recent dining
From Sardinia: Food and Wine DVD. Viktorija shows you what’s so special about Sardinian wines. You can find more in-depth producer profiles on the DVD and more about the Sardinia: Food and Wine DVD here: amzn.com/0983320845 Additional video clips are available at Olivacooking.com
Chad Killian, from BeverageProfessor.com, talks about white wine from sweet to dry. Learn about some of the more popular styles of white wine.
Ingredients Red Wine-750ml Cloves-4 Cinnamon-1 Sugar-9tbsp Orange Juice-3/4cup Water-3/4cup Orange peel-of 1 Lemon peel – Orange slices-3 Method In a vessel add water,orange juice ,orange peel, lemon peel, cloves ,orange slices ,sugar and cinnamon stick .. Stir well and boil .. Then simmer for 20 minutes by that time liquid will be half That time
Greg Miller discusses the first Merlot grapes of the 2012 harvest season. Read Greg’s full blog post at http://blog.jordanwinery.com/2012/09/our-first-merlot-grapes-of-2012-taking-a-trip-down-memory-lane/.
How to pronounce Moscato, Nebbiolo, Barbera, Favorita, Cortese, Freisa, Gattinara, Ghemme, Brachetto, Arneis, and Dolcetto with Alessandra Bera of Vittorio Bera & Figli. Alessandra and her family grow organically at Vittorio Bera & Figli. She feels that a creamy texture is the key to their wines. Alessandra sat with Ask a Winemaker at Red and
In this video, I am comparing table grapes to wine grapes. The grapes that I am using are Cabernet Sauvignon and what I believe to be Ruby Seedless table grapes. You will see the difference in the skin, seeds, size, color and pulp between table grapes and wine grapes. Support The Home Winemaking Channel: https://www.patreon.com/join/makewine
Should Pinot Noir be decanted? Winemaker Adam Lee of Siduri Wines says when he might decant and when he doesn’t. We sat with Adam at the International Pinot Noir Celebration in McMinnville, Oregon in August of 2014. See all of our videos with Adam Lee of Siduri Wines here: Subscribe to Ask a Winemaker for
We’re pulling all we’ve got left to bring you the best of wines! From the usual $25-45, to the special recommendations! Use your money on something good! We’ll be the guinea pig for this experiment so you don’t have to! Here are only the best of red wines! *5 best $25 price range red wines:
Not all wine glasses are created equal, but recognizing a quality glass is easy. Ignore the static, wine professional Marc Supsic gets right to the simple, basic features you should look for. Featuring Riedel glasses: https://www.riedel.com/ Fritz and Floyd: http://www.fitzandfloyd.com/ Places to Shop for great Wine Glasses: Home Goods / Marshalls https://www.homegoods.com/ Home Sense (EU)