Sixty Four Wine Bar and National Drink Wine Day. Celebrate Where We Live

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having a cellar full of wine is great but I prefer mine in a glass hi I’m Jake Tysiak with Keller Williams February 18 is National Drink Wine day so to celebrate today we are out 64 wine bar in downtown Naperville this restaurant opened its doors in 2017 in Naperville residents has quickly become […]

New Holiday Beers! – Fairgrounds Wine and Spirits Guerrilla Video

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What’s going on everybody. A couple new things to show you on 11.11.11 at 1145. For all our QR code users, you can scan and watch all our beer tasting videos via youtube, right on your phone. And check this out. Elf beers! They’re all here! All of the holiday items and christmas items you […]

Two Roads Roadsmary’s Baby – Fairgrounds Wine and Spirits

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What’s up everybody! Welcome back to FairgroundsTV I’m your host Peter Moeller. Today we have something from our lovely brewery in Stratford, Connecticut. It is called Two Roads Roadsmary’s Baby. Get it? Rosemary’s Baby? Roadsmary’s Baby? This is a pumpkin ale aged in bourbon barrels. Ale, pumpkin, spices aged in… rum barrels! Wow! How did […]

Beetroot wine / Christmas special wine/Red wine

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Drinking alcohol is injurious to health.This video is intended for educational purpose only

DIY Melted Wine Bottle Tray, Corinne VS Pin #19

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*random singing* What up internet, Corinne here and you’re watching Corinne VS Pin Today we’re slumping it. Yeah, that’s right, I’m taking on the almighty melted wine bottle tray This project is the stuff of internet legend. Is it a real wine bottle? Can you use your regular oven? Yes, it is a real wine […]

Scallops roasted in Sweet Bordeaux wine, with parsnip purée – Christmas Recipes

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Hello ! Today let’s work with scallops. For this recipe we need, of course some scallops, two red onions, a candied lemon, the zest of an organic orange, some parsnip, a small leek, some salt, some pepper, some Véra sweet chili and some single cream. To start this recipe, let’s first of all peel and chop […]

Sweet Bordeaux wines at the Bordeaux Wine festival 2014!

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In this burger, I worked with ground meat : wagyu beef. It’s beef in a japanese tradition. I also brought some salt, with colonata bacon. It’s italian bacon, which brings some salt. I wanted to counterbalance with Sweet Bordeaux wines the salted side. I also brought in this recipe some oyster leaves, it’s Mertensia Maritima, […]

People Try Alcohol For The First Time

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I am here to taste out alcohol for the first time.That probably taste horrible like absolutely horrible The smell reminds me of drunk people oh Nope, so we are taste at least bit fruity but bit bitter. It’s like Saitama that burns These are probably also see exactly 50 feet I Don’t like this at […]

Types of Red Wine : Cabernet Sauvignon Wine Facts

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Hi, I am going to tell you about Cabernet Sauvignon one of the worlds most popular and beloved red wines. Its a big sturdy red wine. Meaning it always has a lot of body, probably a lot flavor, a lot of tannin and maybe a little bit of bitterness. Its is kind of a lot […]

Storing and Aging a Wine Collection (feat. Spirit World)

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When we’re talking about wine storage, there are four factors that we want to look at One is temperature, one is light, one is humidity and moisture, and one is stability. Wines that you are going to store for an extended period of time, these rules will apply. Most wines we really are going to […]