Month: October 2020

Vineyards, Rocks, and Soils: The Wine Lover’s Guide to Geology: Today I am going to talk about a controversial topic in the wine industry even though the science is pretty clear on the topic. I am going to dismantle the favorite term of many sommeliers, journalists and wine buyers: Minerality. If you type the term
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After a career spanning more than 30 years at M. Shanken Communications, Thomas Matthews is stepping down as executive editor of Wine Spectator. Jeffery Lindenmuth, executive editor of sibling publication Whisky Advocate, will assume the role. The transition will take place at the end of 2020, announced Marvin R. Shanken, editor and publisher of both
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By director Jim Fitzpatrick. The LCBO takes you on journey through the wine styles of Northern Italy. In part three of a three-episode series exploring the wines of Italy, Michael Fagan hosts this journey through Northern Italy, the land of brilliant sparkling wines, rare truffles, and big, bold Barolo. Opening with a gondola ride in
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Harvest in Bordeaux is normally a time of celebration—the pinnacle of a growing season of hard work. Everyone on the château team joins harvesters and out-of-town guests in the vineyard to pick, often stopping for a lunch of good food and wine. This year was not quite the same. “[We had an almost] military organization
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Go to http://www.bonnerwine.club/JulienMiquel & Get a $50 discount to America’s Most Unique Wine Club, join Bonner Private Wines. Check out my review videos of previous Bonner Wine Club Selections: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSHHB3SBhaygeRxzTBV5kMA Watch more episodes of Julien’s Wine School: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIwsqlrJzd8&list=PLd_ydU7Boqa1UnY8sHvy2UD6LFgnpXQ7a Today we’re going to be comparing the two most-popular type of white wines, the two types of
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For a wine region built on tourism, Napa Valley has had a rough vintage. Let’s take a deeper look into what happened this year and how to help. (PS it involves our favorite thing: wine!) Napa Valley: Quench The Wildfires With Wine In Napa Valley, COVID-19 shuttered businesses for 81 days straight. Then, tourism was
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A behind-the-scenes look at the making of our sixteenth modern interpretation of a classic still life. In this collection we are inspired to share with you three rare Natural Bordeaux Wines. Rare because most of Bordeaux is commercialized through its gaining popularity in the world. Bordeaux is split up between two distinct areas with exceedingly
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ENGLISH VERSION. FOR PORTUGUESE ORIGINAL VERSION, PLEASE CHECK THE THREE LAST VIDEOS OUT! VERSÃO EM INGLÊS. PARA VERSÃO ORIGINAL EM PORTUGUÊS, POR FAVOR CONFIRA OS TRÊS ÚLTIMOS VÍDEOS! 2 weeks with 3 great WINES, good music, delicious food and a beautiful place! To add information I brought along to this video a book about wines…WINE
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