Tag Archives: Wine

Finger Lakes, NY: Ravines Wine Cellar and Heron Hill Winery

Finger Lakes, NY: Ravines Wine Cellar and Heron Hill Winery

You don't have to travel to the west coast of the U.S. to drink great wine. The Finger Lakes region in Central New York is becoming a well-respected area for wines, especially dry Rieslings. Heron Hill Winery and Ravines Wine Cellar are two of the best to try as you travel along one of the Finger Lakes Wine Trails. source

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Discover California Wines: Paso Robles and the Rest of San Luis Obispo

Discover California Wines: Paso Robles and the Rest of San Luis Obispo

Learn from Master Sommelier David Glancy as he discusses the wines of Paso Robles and the rest of San Luis Obispo for the California Wine Institute and Discover California Wines. Founded by David Glancy, MS, The San Francisco Wine School is the largest wine school in the US offering the most thoughtful approach to study for professionals and enthusiasts everywhere. …

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Vintage Wine Tasting Journals

Vintage Wine Tasting Journals

Vintage Wine Tasting Journals made by EllenBee. Soon to be at an Etsy Store - Inside The Beehive. If you can't wait for the ribbon cutting you can stop by for info on getting one of these OOK journals now! Big time hugs to all and thanks for looking and for commenting. source

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OIV Wine Marketing Student Reviews

OIV Wine Marketing Student Reviews

Hear what OIV Wine Marketing students at UC Davis Extension had to say about the program. Learn more about the program at Interested in pursuing a career in winemaking? Learn the science behind the art of winemaking with our online Winemaking Certificate Program. Visit to apply. source

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Inside Campo Viejo - The Biggest Winery in Rioja

Inside Campo Viejo - The Biggest Winery in Rioja

Learn more about Bodega Campo Viejo at Visiting the biggest bodega/winery in Rioja, Spain. Witness how with sustainable farming viticulture and a state of the Art winery design, Campo Viejo (Pernod RIcard group) makes affordable and approachable wines as well as some super tasty Reserva and Gran Reserva. source

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Wine, a way of Life - Interview with Steven Spurrier

Wine, a way of Life - Interview with Steven Spurrier

In the world of wine Steven Spurrier needs no introduction. The man who broke the staus quo by organising the Judgement of Paris in 1976 and has been one of the most influential wine writers, educators and merchants. Amanda Barnes interviews and has a conversation with Steven Spurrier in London's 67 Pall Mall. Please subscribe to our channel and follow: …

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How To Make A Tropical Wine Slushie

How To Make A Tropical Wine Slushie

These Tropical Wine Slushies are SUPER quick and easy to make, and easy to customize with your favorite kinds of wine and frozen fruit. Here's the recipe: ?? A BIT ABOUT ME Hey, I'm Ali! And I'm a food blogger from Kansas City currently living the expat life for a few years in Barcelona, Spain. On this channel you'll find …

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Wine Tasting 101 Review on Disney Cruise | Faylene's World

Wine Tasting 101 Review on Disney Cruise | Faylene's World

Our family travel vlog on the Disney Dream Cruise in October 2017. While onboard the Disney ship, of course, I signed up for wine tasting 101. Watch my wine tasting 2017 video to learn more about the 6 wines that we sampled and get my personal ratings (1-5 scale with 5 being very, very good and 1 being not that …

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Wine Education 101: Fred Niger describes Melon de Bourgogne.

Wine Education 101: Fred Niger describes Melon de Bourgogne.

What is Melon de Bourgogne? Melon de Bourgogne, the white wine grape of Muscadet is fairly neutral but can be transformed when vinified from single parcels, as Guy Bossard has done for decades. Fred at Domaine de L'Ecu explains the various parcels and types of soil they have at the domaine. Watch more with Fred from Domaine de L'Ecu: Connect …

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Discover California Wines: Livermore Lodi and Santa Cruz

Discover California Wines: Livermore Lodi and Santa Cruz

Learn from Master Sommelier David Glancy as he discusses the wines of Livermore, Lodi and the Santa Cruz Mountains for the California Wine Institute and Discover California Wines. Founded by David Glancy, MS, The San Francisco Wine School is the largest wine school in the US offering the most thoughtful approach to study for professionals and enthusiasts everywhere. Visit us …

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Latest Wine Trends In USA

Latest Wine Trends In USA

2019 USA Wine Ratings is now open for submission. Enter your wines today and get rated by Quality, Value and Package. How to enter: In this Episode of "Insights from Judges", Sue Straight, Wine Director at Oakville Grocery, talks about latest wine trends in USA. The USA Wine Ratings looks to recognise, reward and help promote wine brands that have …

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Check, Please! Bay Area reviews: Whipper Snapper, Trabaocco Kitchen & Cocktails, Gaumenkitzel

Check, Please! Bay Area reviews: Whipper Snapper, Trabaocco Kitchen & Cocktails, Gaumenkitzel

We begin in the North Bay with Cal-fresh ingredients turned into Caribbean flavors at Whipper Snapper Restaurant in San Rafael. Next, we find a contemporary spot offering traditional Italian fare hidden in plain sight in an Alameda shopping mall at Trabocco Kitchen and Cocktails. Finally, find made from-scratch modern German fare along with the largest selection of German beers in …

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5 Halloween Cocktails

5 Halloween Cocktails

5 Halloween Inspired Cocktails (recipes bellow) Old Fashioned Disolve one sugar cube with a bit of water and 2 dashes of Angostura Bitters. Add a shot of whisky and for a Halloween touch, an ice cube shaped like a brain and carve the orange peel to look like a jack o' lantern. Vampire Kiss to feel like you just kissed …

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