Rogue Voodoo Doughnut (Chocolate, Peanut Butter & Banana) – Fairgrounds Wine and Spirits

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Hey everybody and welcome back to FairgroundsTV, I’m your host Peter Moeller. Today we have Rogue and Voodoo Doughnut’s new collaboration, it is the chocolate, peanut-butter and banana ale brewed with flavor, natural flavors. Ooh. I don’t know what this is gonna be all about. I’ve been eying it in the store for quite some […]

The Wines of Chile

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(whimsical music) (lively music)>>(narrator) Great wine is being made throughout Chile, with winemakers producing excellent wines in historic regions and pushing the boundaries into new territory. Yet, despite exciting developments and a rich history, Chile remains best known for its extremes– price point-driven consumer labels and expensive icon wines. (lively music)>>(with Chilean accent) Chile’s the […]

Windows & Steam games with Lutris: Install guide (Wine, DXVK, Drivers)

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Hey guys, this is Nick and welcome to my Linux experiment if you’re using Linux already And you like to play some games. You probably already have tried your hand at Steam play on proton It’s a great tool to place them off your windows only games but one of the games that don’t run […]

How to Keep a Sweet Bordeaux – Sweet Wine Course #12

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Hello, I’m going to tell you about the serving temperature of the Sweet Bordeaux and also about their conservation. It’s very important to taste the Sweet Bordeaux at the right temperature. For the youngest vintages, the ideal temperature is between 9 and 11 °C. When it comes to vintages that are a bit older, you […]

VLOG 010 | Mulled Wine and Chocolate Truffles

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I can’t find anything. I’m getting desperate. Hey Tasters! There is a Christmas tree covered in gifts behind me, which seems a little bit ironic because I’ve been walking around Larnaca Center looking for presents for my loved ones, and so far I have failed completely. I need a plan B. It’s not just the […]

Low Tannin Wines

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Tannins occur naturally in the skins of wine grapes and the compound that creates the drying sensation in your mouth as you drink. People that are sensitive to this sensation as well as that of bitterness can be put off red wines entirely for fear of encountering these tannins. However there’s actually no need because […]

BEST Wine for Beginners: ITALIAN WINE

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Bonjourno! Welcome to Underneath The Bottle! So some of you have been asking me: “Michael..?” “I really want to get into wine.” “I really want to get into wine but where do I start?!” The thing is… You gotta… Like… Wine is so huge so HUMONGOUS! You have to like…narrow it down… So in this […]

Commonwealth Coastal Classic comes to Norfolk — Press Wine Bar and Press 626

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THINK THINK SIXTY THINK SIXTY DIFFERENT. THINK SIXTY DIFFERENT. WELL THINK SIXTY DIFFERENT. WELL BACK THINK SIXTY DIFFERENT. WELL BACK THE THINK SIXTY DIFFERENT. WELL BACK THE COMMONWEALTH THINK SIXTY DIFFERENT. WELL BACK THE COMMONWEALTH COASTAL BACK THE COMMONWEALTH COASTAL BACK THE COMMONWEALTH COASTAL CLASSIC BACK THE COMMONWEALTH COASTAL CLASSIC WILL BACK THE COMMONWEALTH COASTAL […]

Home Show wine bar

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FAIRGROUNDS IS PACKED WITH INTERESTING IDEAS THAT YOU CAN DO YOURSELF. THERE ARE PLENTY OF OTHER THINGS YOU’LL WANT TO TAKE HOME WITH YOU.. SUNRISE REPORTER ANNA CARRERA HAS BEEN CHECKING IT ALL OUT.. CHUCK ADLIBS IF YOU’RE TRYING TO LOSE WEIGHT, YOU KNOW TO WATCH WHAT YOU EAT AND EXERCISE

Check, Please! Bay Area Wine Tips: About Barrel-Aged Clear Spirits

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(jazz music) – Spirits lovers are used to the amber hue of whiskey, which gains its telltale color by aging in charred oak barrels, but one of the hottest trends these days is aging tradition clear or white spirits, such as vodka and gin, in wood to gain complexity and color. It may seem like […]