Faux Stained Glass Wine Bottle DIY Using Food Coloring

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Welcome back to DIY No Need To Cry with Ivelisse Faux Stained Glass Wine Bottle DIY All the materials that I used for this DIY are listed in the description box below I made this DIY to answer a couple of questions some of you had. Deb contacted me and wanted to make a stained […]

$100,000 as a Liquor Inventory Auditor [8-Step Business Plan]

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Hey there I know what you’re thinking, you’re thinking how did I get here? Who in the hell is this guy? And how can you help me with my career? Fair question…for those of you who don’t know me, My name is Dave Allred “TheRealBarman”, founder and CEO of Bar Patrol Inventory I’m hanging out […]

Wine store in the front, party in the back | A day in New Orleans

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So I got here in New Orleans last night. I’m here to visit my brother for our birthday, but unfortunately he has to work today, but that does give me some time to explore New Orleans a little bit by myself. I really thought for a second there, it was gonna come up to me […]

Hawaii’s Kitchen: Il Lupino Trattoria & Wine Bar (2)

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♪ John: WELCOME BACK NO KITCHEN. WE’RE WITH IL LUPINO TRATTORIA AND WINE BAR. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR BEING HERE. WE’VE ALREADY STARTED COOKING IT UP. I SEE THAT YOU HAVE ONE ALREADY READY. IT IS THE LARGEST MEATBALL I’VE SEEN IN MY LIFE. IT IS — LET’S FINISH IT UP. AFTER WE FRY […]

JAREEN: Mini Wine Bar at Home

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Hi Guys! So I just got home today And I just want to show you guys what I got from the thrift store! I love thrifting. But this is a wine rack. So I’ve been looking for this, FOREVER. I got it for $5! It was like $4.99 and I’m in love with it. So […]

From Cask to Bottle with Colin Hampden-White: Maturation | INSEEC Wine & Spirit Institute

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Scotland – its winding hills and kept a tradition going from generation to generation: The art and the science of whisky making. In the last episode, we followed the distillation process which transforms a wash – which is fermented liquid coming from a washback into a clear alcohol liquid This is ‘From Cask to Bottle’ […]

From Cask to Bottle: Germination | INSEEC Wine & Spirit Institute

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Scotland a beautiful and filled with enduring mysteries perhaps one of the greatest being the secrets of whiskey making passed down from generation to generation for hundreds of years. In the last episode we saw how Coopers transform ordinary planks of wood into vessels known as ‘casks’ that give whiskey its unique flavour. However before […]

The Wines of Germany

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(lively music)>>(narrator) In Germany, vines have been cultivated since at least the fourth century, and its vineyards are among the world’s coolest, reaching above the 50th parallel, about as far north as grapes can grow. (lively music)>>(with German accent) So winegrowing in Germany is a very special part of our agricultural industry. And it’s two-third […]

How Wine is Made in a Top Bordeaux Estate?

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What is up everyone! Bonjour. I’m Julien Miquel. W e’re at the end of September, and it’s a big day of harvest. So I’m going to show you, how wine is made at a state-of-the-art wine estate of Bordeaux. Château Pedesclaux is a 5th growth of Pauillac, which means that back in 1855 under Napoléon, […]

Irving Finkel | The Ark Before Noah: A Great Adventure

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Well, thank you, Gil. It’s customary for people in this miserable position to say how glad I am to be here. And in my case, it’s literally true, because I haven’t been here since 1979, and I’m extremely glad to be here. It’s wonderful to discover that this thing, which has lived in my mind […]