Daily Archives: October 27, 2018

Kacaba 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve (Ontario Wine Review #293)

SUBSCRIBE to this video series: This week’s video looks at the Kacaba 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve ($44.95 – available at the winery). You can visit the Michael Pinkus Wine Review website here: – where you can subscribe to the weekly newsletter and much more. Join Michael Pinkus, the Grape Guy, every Wednesday as he reviews another bottle of interesting, exciting …

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2016 Kirkland Signature Gigondas

This is the second year for the Kirkland Gigondas and I was happy to see the price stay consistent year to year at only $14.99. Finding wines from Gigondas priced this low is almost unheard of as evidenced by a quick Google search I did here. (if the link doesn’t work, I Googled “Gigondas” and then hit the “Shopping” tab …

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Whiskey Review: Humphrey’s Arizona Malt Whiskey

Today we taste and review Humphrey’s Arizona Malt Whiskey. If you want to toast the channel: 1) Upload your video toast to YouTube. 2) Mark it as “unlisted” if you don’t want the video to appear in public search results. 3) Put a link to the video in our comments with the hashtag “#toast”. a Check out the Instagram account …

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Posted by matteo.scarpa.82 on 2012-12-18 21:48:53 Tagged: , Toscana , wine , vino , vicchiomaggio

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Vine Power

Vineyards in Schriesheim, GKM Powerplant,Mannheim in the background Posted by W.Utsch on 2015-11-12 19:25:15 Tagged:

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Shiraz Block

Photos taken at Robert Johnson Vineyard at the Eden Valley location in South Australia Posted by Stuart Templeton on 2014-06-20 01:06:34 Tagged: , Robert , Johnson , Vineyard , Wine , Winery , Eden , Valley , SA , South , Australia , Vines , Oogy , Wawa

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How To Talk About Wine – What The [email protected] Are Tannins??

Welcome to Drunk Wine School! We’re here to help you feel more comfortable around a topic that can sometimes feel intimidating and overwhelming. Wine is meant to be enjoyed so, grab a glass and follow along to learn more, drink better and have fun while doing it. Today we’re diving into the components that make up wine. Like what the …

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California Fall Vineyards

Fall colors in a mass. Vineyards come alive in the fall. Do not use this image without my permission. © All rights reserved. Kurt Preissler Photography www.kurtpreissler.com Posted by Kurt Preissler on 2007-08-30 07:43:07 Tagged: , santa , maria , vineyards , california , leaves , fall , Kurt Preissler , Preissler Media Services , wine making , california wines …

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Vineyards, Villages, and Volcanoes – Yaiza

Lanzarote Discovery – Day 1: Our first walk is ready and waiting on our doorstep. We go out of the hotel gate and turn left up the wide track towards Femes. We stride uphill. This walk is cardiovascular, we splutter and wheeze with the colds we have brought with us from London. As we walk our eyes become accustomed to …

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JAMESSUCKLING.COM – How To Open Vintage Port with Tongs

Opening vintage Port with tongs has become somewhat of a legend in the wine world.In this video, Adrian Bridge, CEO of the Taylor Fladgate Group (think top names such as Taylor’s, Croft and Fonseca) teaches the mysterious and difficult practice to my son Jack. Not a bad trick for a dinner party! For more videos, tasting reports and blogs visit …

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Picnic Wines + Outdoor Drinking Tips | Presented by Winc | Whitney A.

Check out the video we did for Winc’s channel: Winc wines mentioned: Ruza White Zin Pacificana Sauvignon Blanc Summer Water Rosé WKND Sparkling Wine The Bluffer Valdiguie Eplevin Cider Get started with Winc and get $25 off your first order! Other picnic-friendly white wines I love: Txakoli, Vinho Verde, Muscadet, Gruner Veltliner Bistro tumbler minis: Stackable wine glasses: Wine growler: …

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