A Guide to Red Wine : How a Sommelier Tastes Wine

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Hello, my name is Mihaly Fabok we are here in behalf of expert teach. This is my special wine tasting cap. First, I have to see the color of the wine. I have to make sure that it has good color. And also, feel the aroma of the wine. The next step is to taste […]

Rouladen Recipe Red Wine Sauce Gravy, Beef, Bacon, Tarragon Mustard

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Pounding something, Vanessa? Yeah. We’re making beef rouladen today. Okay. And we have a wonderful piece of meat here, I’ll show you, what we use. Yeah. And we cut thin slices. In Europe, the butcher slices it really really thin. Here it’s hard to get sometimes, so I pound mine a little bit. Okay. And […]

Man arrested for murder outside liquor store

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3 ((KAREN))PLUS… AFTER A STUDENT IS ALLEGEDLY RAPED BY AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER … THE BOSSIER SHERIFF’S OFFICE URGES ANY POTENTIAL VICTIMS TO COME FORWARD. 3 ((KAREN))GOOD MORNING.. THANKS

Liquor store employees speak after shooting robbery suspect

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COVERING NEWS THAT MATTERS. FOX23 NEWS AT 5 STARTS NOW. I DON’T FEEL LIKE A HERO. IT SURE SOUNDS LIKE IT. AND ACCUSED GUNMEN THREATENING THEM AND OTHERS. THESE WOMEN WERE SO BRAVE. WE TOLD YOU LAST WEEK WHEN THEY SHOT A SUSPECT SEVERAL TIMES DURING A ROBBERY AND FORCED — NEAR FOREST ACRES LIQUOR. […]

Traveling in Tuscany: The Best Wine Tasting & Wine Tours – Wine Oh TV

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(upbeat music) – We traveled over 5,000 miles from home to take you on a trip to Tuscany. Sun kissed vineyards, cypress trees, medieval towns, just some of the intoxicating sights you’ll see in Tuscany. Where the middle ages are alive in the modern day. Situated between the cities of Sienna and Florence sit nine […]

#1 Wine of 2018: Tenuta San Guido Bolgheri-Sassicaia Sassicaia 2015

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This is Tenuta San Guido Bolgheri-Sassicaia Sassicaia 2015, Wine Spectator’s Wine of the Year. It all began as a passion project with the vision of Mario Incisa della Rocchetta, wanted to reproduce a Bordeaux-style wine in his farm in Tuscany in Bolgheri on the Tuscan coast. So he planted a vineyard way up in the […]

Heidi Noble: On Starting A Winery

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(lively music) – Welcome to Joie, I’m Heidi Noble, owner, operator, and wine- maker of Joie Farm Winery. Joie started as an outdoor cooking school and gastronomic guest- house, summer of 2003. Joie was started by a poor cook and waiter in a farmhouse. That is a true story, it was our dream to make […]

Fine Wine & Good Spirits Top Rosé Picks

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A WINE THAT USED TO BE LOOKED AT AS INFERIOR IS NOW SUPERIOR. ROSE. PENNSYLVANIA FINE WINE AND SPIRITS ARE SEEING A LOCAL DEMAND THIS SUMMER. THERE IS GOOD REASON FOR THAT. WE ARE HAPPY TO HAVE YOU. THE BIRDS ARE SINGING. THE TEMPERATURE IS ON THE RISE. THE FURRY’S ARE IN TOWN AND THE […]

City Steam Innocence – Fairgrounds Wine and Spirits

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There you are! Welcome back to FairgroundsTV. I’m your host, Peter Moeller. Today we have something from Bloomfield, Connecticut, right in my back yard in the State of Connecticut. This is City Steam Innocence. It is 7.5 percent alcohol. It is considered an extra IPA, an extra India Pale Ale. Met the brewer slash owner, […]

American vs European Red Wines

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– [George] I – I heard it’s “whine” something? Great, I got a lot of things to talk about. Trump. I wanna whine about that for a while. My steps for wine are usually, “Is there anything else to drink?” If the answer is “No”, Step two: Drink that wine. – [Ryan] Capacity and viscosity […]