The official music video for Little Big Town’s, “Wine, Beer, Whiskey” Listen to Nightfall now: https://strm.to/Nightfall Subscribe to this channel: https://umgn.us/LittleBigTownSubscribe Watch more official videos from Little Big Town: https://umgn.us/LittleBigTownVideos Sign up to receive email updates from Little Big Town: https://umgn.us/LBTupdates Listen to Little Big Town’s latest music: https://strm.to/LBTMusic ****************************************** Website: http://littlebigtown.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/littlebigtown Instagram:
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When it comes to the New World vs Old World argument, terroir really makes a difference in the wine you’re experiencing. And that goes double for lesser-known varieties that still might have something to prove in the popular wine consciousness. That’s where the Roussanne blend comes in. In this weekly wine tasting, we’ll be trying
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“We didn’t make any red wines in 2020,” is a refrain echoed by many California winemakers these days. Perhaps no year has seen so many wine regions impacted by so many wildfires. Months after the fires ended, the impact is only just now coming into focus. What made 2020 so difficult was that it brought
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PRIORAT is extreme. With an intense Mediterranean sun, steep roman-cut terraces and unforgiving dark slate soils known as llicorella, everything about this region is challenging. The primary varietals are the indigenous Garnacha and Cariñena. These wines are practically heroic: intensely proud and concentrated in every way with stewed inky fruit and ripping tannins. Have you
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Get 50% OFF your first 6-bottle box: https://bit.ly/BCBabish. Bright Cellars is the monthly wine club that matches you with wine that you’ll love. Get started by taking the taste palate quiz to see your personalized matches. This week on Basics, I’m making sure you know how to master a simple yet delicious pan sauce. Recipe:
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Ever wondered how to taste wine yourself? In this episode, Nolan explains how to read the cork, how to swirl and sniff the wine, and what to taste for. Click the link below to order the LAN Gran Reserva 2011 for curbside pickup. https://rodmans.brdata.com/Login/Index
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Appellations are a legally defined area where grapes are grown for making wine and they may also be described as a classification system. They are used all over the world for wine production, but not everyone understands what the word appellation actually means. In this episode, discover the appellation laws that are fundamental to wine
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At New York’s Bedford Cheese Shop, cheesemonger Cat Pickei gives us some pro tips on wrapping up that leftover cheese for later. Explore Wine Spectator’s free newsletters: https://winesp.ec/35OoX9t Introductory offer: Subscribe to Wine Spectator for just $12! https://winesp.ec/2JTLzy1
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Learn more: https://www.vikingrivercruises.com/cruise-destinations/europe/countries/france/index.html Bordeaux, France is home to the world’s most prized wines. Learn about its many different regions and appellations with Karine Hagen of Viking. © Viking River Cruises (Bermuda) Ltd. 2013. All rights reserved.
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Many wine enthusiasts across the world enjoy and recognize wines produced from Vitis vinifera, the European grapevine species responsible for beloved Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Pinot Noir. But winemakers in the Northern United States have recognize the potential of, literally, going back to our roots. The term “heritage” or “heirloom” grape apply to grapes
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It’s time to know everything you need when popping cork on the bubbly. The greatest drink for marking a celebration is Champagne – a classic – but even being a popular and well-known sparkling wine, there are a lot of questions about Champagne. Should you pair a sweet Champagne with the fantastic meal you’ve prepared
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Brettanomyces is avoided by most winemakers. Chad Stock wondered what would happen if he embraced it. Video 1 of 2 Chad spoke to another producer about this project a few years ago. Their work is worth a watch: https://vimeo.com/84541280 For more with Chad, view our playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FaCODB1_K4o&list=PLddUmDhg4G_Kg1oas7H6T8BISEMPcWoK_ Subscribe to Ask a Winemaker for hundreds more
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Updated: March 18, 3 p.m. Napa Valley’s Duckhorn Vineyards became a publicly traded company on the New York Stock Exchange today when it began offering 20 million shares of common stock at an initial asking price of $15 a share. It opened at $18.60 this morning. Its trading symbol is NAPA. Duckhorn’s IPO makes it the
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When you’re tasting Italian Primitivo, it might be surprising to find out that it comes from the same grape as Zinfandel: a favorite in California. It might be even crazier to find out that both of these grapes were originally called Tribidrag in their homeland of Croatia. So what’s in a name? With today’s tasting
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