And now for the main event 🍗 Which wines to pair with your Thanksgiving turkey? Continuing our pairing series, here are our top picks: 🍷 Ziegler Pinot Gris: characters of poached pear, honeysuckle, ginger, and jasmine spice 🍷 Chateau St. Bonnet Moulin-A-Vent: notes of black cherries, blackberries, and black pepper #wine #thanksgiving
In my seventh video in my Georgia series the wonderful black grape variety – Saperavi. Watch this video to learn all about the native grape of this amazing country which claims an ancient tradition of producing fantastic wines. You can watch all of the released Georgia videos here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7icyVWi7LU&list=PLHvqIB13xXh0-4si3vndOXkqOKbMTwLPw I hope you enjoy this series.
Winemaker Matt Taylor invited senior editor James Molesworth for a look at Ink Grade on Howell Mountain in California’s Napa Valley. The Cabernet Sauvignon project is part of the Lawrence family’s slate of brands that includes Heitz Cellar, Burgess Cellars, Stony Hill and others.
Gamay in Oregon. Scott Frank, Winemaker at Bow and Arrow Wines in Portland talks about his love for Loire Varieties including Gamay (Did you know that many Loire producers grow Gamay?) He feels that the Willamette Valley is an ideal place for Loire Grapes. See our whole playlist with Scott Frank: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLddUmDhg4G_IXB4XJrFh0J_M9Zolen10F See all of
Let’s face it, you can’t sit down to tie your shoes in Sicily without someone handing you a great glass of wine, and some amazing food. Join Sommelier Kevin McGuire, as he discusses two wines from Mt. Etna in Sicily. I challenge you not to smile when you pronounce the names of the grapes.
The road to winemaking in Burgundy from North Carolina is described be Blair Pethel. Blair Pethel, an American from North Carolina, makes wine at Domaine Dublère, his estate in Savigny-lès-Beaune in Burgundy, France. Thumbnail photo credit: http://www.domaine-dublere.com/en/gallery Filmed at the IPNC in 2014. Subscribe to Ask a Winemaker for hundreds more wine videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=askawinemaker Have
Are you thinking of taking your wine education to the next level? Join us for this hour-long session where we will explore a range of wine styles and see how their production methods link to what you taste in the glass. We will introduce you to the Level 3 Award in Wines Systematic Approach to
In the center of Portugal, the Dão is an isolated wine region that Sara Dionisio of Casa de Mouraz describes as being much like Burgundy in the sense that it has many small vineyards. In part 2 she talks about Touriga Nacional and the older varieties of grapes that are prominent in the region. Sara
Most of wines are meant for an early consumption and probably will not improve if spent years in the bottle. However, there are certain wine regions and wine producers, who can create wines that can be aged for many years and even decades. In this video I talk about five great red wines (wine regions)
The Force is strong at Jordan Winery in Sonoma. Our grape growers have it. Our winemakers have it. Our family has it. And soon, our harvest interns will have that power, too. View all our Star Wars videos at http://blog.jordanwinery.com/2015/10/star-wars-video-parody-cab-wars-the-force-of-harvest-awakens/.
We’re so excited to announce a new course library coming this holiday season: How to Taste Wine Like a Pro! This includes Wine 101 and Wine 201. Both are currently in the works and will be available for purchase soon. These will make great holidays gifts – but who are they for and what topics
The International Pinot Noir Celebration at Linfield College in McMinville Oregon is a unique, not for profit, event held each year to showcase the best of Oregon and the world. Ask a Winemaker was invited to participate and film in 2014 and we asked each producer we spoke to about the event. Dr. Ernst Loosen,
Are you ready for Pinot from Oregon? Madeline unpacks three great wines from Lange Estate Winery in Oregon. Subscribe to learn wine https://wfol.ly/newsletter CORRECTION: Ooops! We’re a little far north when we point out the Umpqua Valley! You’ll need to head about 20kms south! Wines in this video: • Trouvère – Tempranillo: https://this.wine/v/VT-LFUPZAEGK/ • Trouvère
From high in Argentina’s Mendoza region comes Wine Spectator’s No. 8 Wine of 2020. Senior editor Kim Marcus, who reviewed the wine, shares the story of this Argentine Malbec with French roots. More Wine Spectator Top 100 Wines of the Year content: https://top100.winespectator.com/ Explore Wine Spectator’s free newsletters: http://winesp.ec/3nxPCOU Introductory offer: Subscribe to Wine Spectator
Winemaker Jochen Beurer of Weingut Beurer in Swabia, in Germany talks about sub soils on which he grows Riesling. Watch all of our videos withs Jochen Beurer here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list… Subscribe to Ask a Winemaker for hundreds more wine videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c… Have a question for a winemaker? Post it in the comments and we will try
Jordan co-founder Sally Jordan tells the story of how they discovered and purchased the winery estate from another family fond of fishing. A tale of perseverance in purchasing their dream piece of real estate property. http://blog.jordanwinery.com/2010/05/how-the-jordans-discovered-and-purchased-the-winery-estate/