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Winemaker Andres Vignoni gives us an up-close look at Viña Cobos’ sandy, loamy soils in Mendoza’s Luján de Cuyo region, and the Cabernet Sauvignon grapes that go into Cobos’ Bramare bottling. Read the full interview with Vignoni: https://winesp.ec/37OQc5b Explore Wine Spectator’s free newsletters: https://winesp.ec/3m87lze Introductory offer: Subscribe to Wine Spectator for just $12! https://winesp.ec/2JTLzy1
What is Gamay Noir? Gamay Noir, the main grape of Beaujolais, is described by Brianne Day of Day Wines in Oregon. She describes it as “a party in a glass, and a fun little wine” because of how much less serious the wines and the region tend to be as compared to Burgundy and Pinot
Dr. Franz Werner Michel of Domdechant-Werner discusses how to pair an Auslese level Riesling and under what circumstances he serves such wines at his estate. Dr. Michel was the long time head of the German Wine Institute and his estae has been a member of the VDP for eighty years. Ask a Winemaker sat with
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Wine and grape grower Charlie Barra talks about planting St George rootstock in his organically farmed Mendocino, California vineyards in the 1950’s. Charlie talked to his Italian grandfather about which type to plant and selected the same that they had had success with in Piedmont. Ask a Winemaker sat down with Charlie in 2013 in
Experience the Jordan Library Tasting at home with this trio of silky Cabernet Sauvignons from 2006, 2008 and 2010, carefully selected to compare and contrast three defining vintages. A new wine offer announced to Jordan Estate Rewards members in our February e-newsletter. Join our mailing list: http://www.jordanwinery.com/rewards/join Shop online: http://www.jordanwinery.com/shop Recommended cheese pairings: http://blog.jordanwinery.com/2015/01/new-cheese-pairings-for-cabernet-sauvignon/
The grapes are coming… Are you ready? Learn more about the 2015 growing season: http://blog.jordanwinery.com/2015/05/are-you-ready-for-vintage-2015/.
Letting the grapes rest after harvest is an unexpected practice developed by Frank Cornelissen at his winery on Mount Etna. He feels that letting the grapes sit instead of pressing them right away allows for fermentation to begin and proceed more precisely. Subscribe to Ask a Winemaker for hundreds more wine videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=askawinemaker See all
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What do you do for a 2nd act after founding and selling Rosemount, one of Australia’s most recognized wineries? Bob Oatley, his son Sandy and long-time winemaker Chris Hancock decided to reimagine Aussie wine. Meet Bob and Sandy.
Director of Wine Greg Miller discusses the evolution of 2004 Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon Alexander Valley. This tasting note should help customers determine when to drink this particular vintage of Jordan Cabernet. Miller discusses vintage history, as well as taste profile, food pairing suggestions and optimal cellaring life (as of October 2012). View the written tasting
English Winemaker Hugo Stewart discusses the Corbières in detail and it’s position in the south of France’s Languedoc region. The main grape varieties of Carignan and Mourvedre are discussed in addition to the region’s proximity to Catalunia and Provence. Les Clos Perdus is a small winery based in the village of Peyriac de Mer in
This video will show you how to taste wine at a restaurant like an expert when you are poured that sip of wine. In fact, I can teach you how to taste wine like royalty, as I have talked wine with celebrities and British royalty. Here are all the steps of what to do when
Winemaker Gabrielle Simmers of &Co describes the soil types and location of Hawke’s Bay on the North Island of New Zealand. Gabrielle makes “The Supernatural”, a Sauvignon Blanc from limestone soils. She sat down with Ask a Winemaker at Red and White Wines in Chicago in June 2013. Watch our series with New Zealand winemakers:
An alcoholic beverage that has been made since 3000 BC, passed on from our ancestors to us, has undergone a lot of transformation, hard work and never ending love from the people yet there’s so much more to explore about wines. The ones who don’t know, I’m also a sommelier who loves understanding wines 🍷
Comparing natural and commercial yeasts and their affect on wine: Jason Lett of the Eyrie Vineyards in Oregon. Jason Lett manages Eyrie Vineyards, one of the iconic producers of wine in Oregon. See all of our videos with Sean O’Callaghan at Riecine: Subscribe to Ask a Winemaker for hundreds more wine videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=askawinemaker Have a
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Sally Jordan tells the story of the aha moment she and Tom Jordan had over a bottle of Beaulieu Vineyard Georges de Latour Cabernet back in 1971, which inspired them to follow their dream of starting a winery in California and making a Bordeaux-style Cabernet in America. Part of Jordan Winery’s 2012 40th anniversary storytelling
What is Gamay? Gamay, the red wine grape that is the sole grape of red Beaujolais is described by Louis-Antoine Luyt, who worked with Marcel LaPierre in Beaujolais before moving to Chile. Ask a Winemaker filmed with Louis-Antoine in Chicago and at Red & White Wines See all of our videos with Louis-Antoine Luyt :