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
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
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
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
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:
Josh Raynolds of the International Wine Cellar knew Charlie Trotter as a long time client and supplier to the restaurant. We met up with him at the International Pinot Noir Celebration (IPNC) and asked him to share his memories. Trotter Project honors the legacy of Chef Charlie Trotter through programs, services and events which promote
The process of smelling and tasting wine doesn’t need to be overly complicated. Thankfully, you can now rest easy because, in this video, Sommelier Natalie Noryd offers some helpful tips that can simplify the once overwhelming wine tasting process. Whether you’re an expert or a beginner, you’ll find this wine video tutorial fun and easy
Why is Merlot from Walla Walla, Washington different from other parts of Washington or the US? Winemaker Casey McClellan says that the diurnal shifts and lower temperatures in the region is key to the grapes ripening slowly and achieving complexity. See all of our videos with Casey McClellan of Seven Hills in Walla Walla :
Yes, I’m back!! Hello from this self-confessed Tita all the way from Coron, Palawan, everyoneee! Let me know if you titas-at-heart tick these things on your Tita-ness checklist too! Hihi Also I feel like we have to share and talk about wines because we all should know how to appreciate it and not be intimidated,
Biodynamic wine growing in the southern German region of Baden is discussed by Fabian Zähringer of Weingut Zähringer. The Zähringer family has progressed from farming organically to biodynamics over 25 years. Ask a Winemaker filmed with Fabian on a trip sponsored by Wines of Germany in the Rheinhessen in 2013. Watch all of our videos
A comparison of the east and west slopes of Chianti by winemaker Paolo de Marchi of Isole e Olena in Tuscany. Paolo describes how the exposure of the sun on the two slopes and how that affects the ripeness of the grapes and the resulting wines. Neither is better as quality depends on the vintage.
It is a new year and we have a lot of things on our goal list for this year. Perhaps one of your to-do items is to learn more about wine, drink more wine, know which wines to buy. Well I am here to help! Starting with this video of wine tasting steps. To really
Nitsa Knoll, Jordan Winery’s in-house floral designer, offers a quick video tip for anyone purchasing flowers as a gift. (If your local grocery store doesn’t have a floral department, you can use the same approach at a flower shop as well.) Get more tips from Nitsa at http://www.winecountrytable.com.