Month: December 2020

The past 12 months have been a year to remember … and one almost everyone would like to forget. A global pandemic killed more than 1.76 million people and shut down multiple nations, often more than once. The restaurant and travel industries were particularly devastated and have yet to recover; in the United States, more
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In this episode of ‘Price Points’, Epicurious challenges vinegar expert Michael Harlan Turkell to guess which one of two vinegars is more expensive. Michael breaks down white wine, apple cider, balsamic and rice vinegar before making his guesses! Michael Harlan Turkell is the author of ‘Acid Trip’, available here: https://www.abramsbooks.com/acidtrip Still haven’t subscribed to Epicurious
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Pomegranate wine is perfect for the holidays!!! It is a very easy and tasty wine without adding yeast to it. Pomegranate Wine ############## Ingredients ——————- Pomegranate Sugar Water Wheat Grains Cardamom Cloves Cinnamon Stick How to make pomegranate wine at home മാതളനാരങ്ങ വീഞ്ഞ് Anar wine Maathalanaranga wine How to make pomegranate wine Pomegranate wine without
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This video is all about Spanish Rioja, the Tempranillo grape and the city and art in Bilbao. I will explain the difference between the simpler Crianza and the more sophisticated Reserva wines. In this episode I will taste three 2015 Riojas under $15. My favorite Rioja Crianza is the 2015 Vina Bujanda. He rated it
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As we look back at the best of 2020, we’re showcasing the videos that helped us pass the time through the worst of the crisis. Whether it was having fun with the creative contributors to our “Wine at Home”–themed video contest, cooking new meals, tagging along with a famous California chef or learning more about
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Our sommelier explains some tips about how to taste wine and describe our feelings. She show us what are the three steps that we must follow when tasting a wine. These steps are related to each of our senses: sight, smell, taste and texture. Thanks to this video the winery Marqués de Murrieta wants to
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Different countries and cultures ring in the New Year with the same hopes for luck and prosperity, and each has delicious traditions that demand a perfect wine. Find your favorite New Year’s wine pairing tradition! Try pairing wine to these classic New Year’s cuisines. New Year’s Wine Pairings From Around The World Every culture around
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This is the second of our Aldi Exquisite Collection review, this time featuring two reds. The first is a Pinot Noir, from Marlborough in New Zealand, available for £6.99. The second is a Shiraz from South Australia, available for £5.79. These are two cracking wines for the price, well-made and very classic of their varietals
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5 Things to Know about Spanish Navarra wines, reds, whites, and rosés… Episode #19 of the Talking Wine with Julien series (TWWJ). 1- A wine region overshadowed by its famous neighbor Rioja 2- The grapes & wine styles of Navarra wines 3- Terroir, Climate 4- History in Brief: 14th Century, Pilgrimage Route to Compostela 5-
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Subscribe to yellowsaffron for more great recipes ➤ http://bit.ly/yellowsaffronsub Today we’ll learn to cook with Sonia the braised beef with Barolo wine, a succulent main course with a rich and aromatic flavour. Find this and many more recipes on the Giallozafferano App in English http://itunes.apple.com/app/giallozafferano-recipes/id384387249?mt=8 +++ Where is it… here! This is exactly what I
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Chardonnay White Wines. Part of the series: Types of White Wines. Chardonnay is one of the most popular white wines that combines flavors of oak and butter. Learn more about Chardonnay white wine in this free video from a wine sommelier.
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Heitz Cellar owner Gaylon Lawrence Jr. and CEO Carlton McCoy Jr. are not slowing down in their quest to acquire and preserve some of Napa’s most treasured wine estates. Three months after purchasing Burgess Cellars, the duo announced today the acquisition of Stony Hill Vineyard, located in Napa’s Spring Mountain District. The purchase price was
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Foods&Wines from Spain and the ICEX Office in Warsaw organized the following Degusta España seminar: • Cardiology in Spanish • Michał Stykowski, the only Spanish Wine Scholar in Poland Michał Stykowski is a sommelier and member of the Polish Sommelier Association. He works at wine company Wine rePublic, runs an event agency and is a
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In today’s video, we’re making glögg! This is a Scandinavian mulled wine recipe that is typically made for large holiday parties. This year I’m not attending any large parties, so I’ve put together my own recipe that will serve 2-4 people. If you’re keeping it low-key this holiday season, give this one a try. Then
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