Daily Archives: July 16, 2018

Pirate Wine Ep 1 - Making your First Gallon of Wine

Pirate Wine Ep 1 - Making your First Gallon of Wine

This video series will cover everything you need to know to make your own great wine! This video includes starting a simple batch of wine as an introduction to fermented beverages. If you've every been interested in winemaking, this is your chance to make a simple yet delicious wine in just a few weeks! I hope this inspires you to …

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Free Wine Tasting Tips From Professionals

Free Wine Tasting Tips From Professionals

A recent Entertaining World of Wine event featured four special guests from the B.C. Guild of Wine Judges, who lead the audience through a professional tasting of three wines from 40 Knots Vineyard & Estate Winery. The feedback from the audience was overwhelmingly enthusiastic, and was a great addition to an afternoon filled with wine-centric songs, Sommelier Slam Poetry and …

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Saturn Wine Stopper | PULLTEX

Saturn Wine Stopper | PULLTEX

Wine stopper and pourer. The pouring device is opened and closed by gravity and is easily fixed on the bottle. Its inner edge is sharpened to avoid spilling drops. Tapon y dispensador de vino. Su sistema de apertura y cierre por gravedad facilita el servicio y el tapado en un solo gesto. Su borde interior afilado permite servir sin derramar …

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How To Hold A Steering Wheel PROPERLY-Driving Lesson For Beginners

How To Hold A Steering Wheel PROPERLY-Driving Lesson For Beginners

In this video, I show you how to hold a steering wheel properly. This is a lesson that is geared towards beginner drivers, and will show them some of the basics of driving. Holding a steering wheel the correct way is absolutely essential to driving safely and effectively. This video explains the basic 10 o'clock and 2 o'clock rule! CONNECT …

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10 Impressive Sonoma Wine Values | Tasting Highlights | News & Features

10 Impressive Sonoma Wine Values | Tasting Highlights | News & Features

New reviews of California Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Cabernet, Zinfandel, Sauvignon Blanc and Merlot for $25 or less Courtesy of Landmark Landmark tops the list with a rich 91-point Chardonnay for just $25. Sonoma County is one of the most highly regarded winemaking regions in the U.S. Its unique climate yields a range of grape varieties, making high-quality wines without sacrificing …

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Mendoza Wine Tasting, Argentina

Mendoza Wine Tasting, Argentina

The most famous wine region of South America. Mendoza is built on a dessert. Only thanks to the smart canal system built by Incas we get to drink the best Malbec in the world. Martin is as usual taking the piss as Veronika is determined to try as many wineries as possible. Have fun! source

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Champagne Salon 1985 ? Jamie Goode's wine blog

A real treat to drink this tonight after a lovely boat ride and swim in Muskoka cottage country. It’s mature and delicious. Thank you Steven Campbell for opening this. Champagne Salon Le Mesnil 1985 FranceGolden colour. Lovely aromas of toast, nuts, honey and apples with a faint cheesiness. The palate is intense and concentrated with a lovely crystalline citrus core, …

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Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For July 16, 2018

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For July 2, 2018

I taste a bunch-o-wine (technical term for more than most people). So each week, I share some of my wine reviews (mostly from samples) and tasting notes in a “mini-review” format. They are meant to be quirky, fun, and (mostly) easily-digestible reviews of (mostly) currently available wines (click here for the skinny on how to read them), and are presented …

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Be Mixed Summer Cocktails

Be Mixed Summer Cocktails

Be Mixed is a delicious, all-natural, zero-calorie cocktail mixer! The founders of Be Mixed, Cristina Ros Blankfein and Jennifer Ross, stopped by Gary’s Wine & Marketplace in New Jersey to show Gary Fisch how to create wonderful summer cocktails with Be Mixed. Discover your favorite Be Mixed cocktail at Gary’s Wine & Marketplace today! source

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The Wine Review - Ep. 54: Sandhill 2012 Phantom Creek Vineyard Syrah

The Wine Review - Ep. 54: Sandhill 2012 Phantom Creek Vineyard Syrah

Today's wine comes to us from the West Coast of Canada, British Columbia: Sandhill 2012 Phantom Creek Vineyard Syrah available at the LCBO / Winery (and other fine wine stores). Join Michael Pinkus, the Grape Guy, every Monday as he reviews another great bottle of wine from around the world. You can visit the Michael Pinkus Wine Review website here: …

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Interview with Mounir Saouma, the 'time traveller of wine'

Interview with Mounir Saouma, the 'time traveller of wine'

“I was born in 1967.  That’s what it says on the paper.  But in reality I was born in 1867.  They just put me in the Frigidaire and took me out again 100 years later.”  The time traveller is Mounir Saouma: one of the most original thinkers working in French fine wine today. He’s obsessed with a return to past …

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