3 great wines; classic french grapes but produced in foreign countries. Does that make a difference? and what types, cuts, and styles of red meat will match up the best. Let’s find out…. Join in the fun and taste alongside Peter (@vinotor_wine) and Lionel (@winefrogg) as they talk and taste there way through three stunning
Unprecedented times call for unprecedented measures. In order to keep a close relationship with our customers around the globe, we’ve organised the first round of three virtual seminars held by Aurelio Montes father and son from our winery, where they presented ‘Montes’ Cabernet Sauvignon’, including 4 wines made with this grape variety. These seminars were
In this ‘Focus On’ event we will cover the complex topic of ageing wines. The event will explore why certain wines age better than others by unpicking the science behind grape varieties, methods of production and growing regions and how they influence a wine’s longevity. We’ll discuss the kinds of changes to expect in the
‘World of Wine’ returns to Bon Appétit and this time out sommelier André Hueston Mack is sampling four bottles of Cabernet Sauvignon that range in price from $18 to $300. If you’ve ever been curious as to why one bottle can be exponentially more expensive than another, watch as André explains how the experience changes
Leonardo Bellaccini is of the most successful winemakers in Italy today. From heritage preservationist to all-star enologist, Chianti to Montalcino, Leonardo is making serious gear from serious grapes and we couldn’t be happier to have him in the hot-seat!
On this episode of SIP Virtual Wine Tasting & Education, Cellar Angels re-introduces Vintner George Noble of Noble Wines in Napa Valley. We talked about the hold and age method, decanting wine, storing and aging environment and more. Wine we tasted at this event: 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon. Find a limited allocation of this and the
“Cactus Grenache?” What?
Check out this special offer for our wine partnership (and become a partner yourself!): https://bit.ly/extreme-altitude-wines Watch “What you Need to Know about Oak in Wine”: https://youtu.be/8Q9Z4iLMcBo If you watched that video you must be pretty familiar with the impact of oak on your favorite beverage. But, I want to take you further, and clarify for
Young wine prodigy Matt Duncan of Silver Oak Cellars stops in to the tasting room to discuss what sets his iconic wines apart, and the immense amount of work that goes into keeping steady quality and consistency from vintage to vintage.
Taste with Langton’s, Taste Academy, Shiraz, Ned Goodwin, Langton’s, Wine Education We’re taking Taste to a new level with our Taste with Langton’s Academy. Our customers have made Taste with Langton’s such a success with your insatiable thirst for knowledge and fine wine. Taste with Langton’s Academy brings you a greater breadth of knowledge, a
Louis Jadot’s celebratory cuvee is for the now…and later!
We are fortunate to be in a position to take the Santa Rita Hills AVA (if not the whole Central Coast of California) for granted these days. However it was the hard work and sacrifice that folks like Richard Sanford invested long ago which established it as a viable region and broadened the reputation of
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A visit to the “Poderi Marcarini” winery in La Morra, Langhe regio, Piemonte, Piedmont, Italy #langhe #italianwine #barolo #wine #nebbiolo #lamorra
The WSET Level 4 Diploma in Wines is a market-leading qualification that sets the global standard for wine education. The programme provides students with expert-level product knowledge whilst enabling the development of professional skills key to success in the global wine business. As WSET’s flagship course provider, we provide a broad range of different study
Georgia is known as ‘the Cradle of Wine’. They use a special clay pot technique to make wine! In this video we’re gonna visit 6 different Georgian wineries and meet some awesome people. Let’s get to know Georgia!
I wanted to see if i could make a red wine sauce from store bought shelf stable stock so I made two, One with homemade stock and one with store bought stock. The results somewhat surprised me! Ingredients for the store bought Version – 3L stock, All beef or 2L beef 1L chicken if store
How many different wine glasses do you need? One for red wine, one for white wine, a flute for champagne? Watch wine expert and bestselling author Jancis Robinson share her take on using the same type of glass for different wine varieties. This clip is taken from Jancis Robinson’s BBC Maestro online course, An Understanding
Lightly fruity Riesling masterpiece from one of the Pfalz’s stars..