Types of White Wine : Using a White Wine Glass

By Brian Lemay 2 comments

Hello, my name is Mihaly Fabsk, and we are here on behalf of Expert Village. We are talking about white whines — how to serve, how to enjoy, the white whine. First of all, if you have white wines you need a white wine glass. Actually, this is a nice white wine glass. Usually, the […]

Mead “Honey Wine” – Sommelier Review

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Welcome to Underneath the Bottle Yes! Today we are going to taste some Mead. Ok. So what is Mead? Mead is an ancient fermented beverage That was made in Asia, Africa and Europe And there are three things you need to make Mead: You need water You need yeast aaaand… Honey! *giggles* So mead has […]

DIY Wine & Beer Rack

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I love to engulge in the occasional alcoholic beverage. You know, Sunday night football games or maybe world series game 5s in which a certain royal blue colored team plays and win. Whatever the occasion my wife has these crystal wine glasses that I thought would look pretty nice being displayed along side my Kansas […]

Beth’s White Wine Chicken Recipe | ENTERTAINING WITH BETH

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– Hey, guys. Today I’m gonna share with you a new chicken recipe. We all need new chicken recipes. We can just get into such a chicken rut. And this is a great once because it’s super simple but it looks really elegant. In fact, this would be a perfect one for Valentine’s Day that’s […]

A tour of the Descalzos Viejos winery – Ronda

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Welcome to Descalzos Viejos, a 500 year-old monastery converted into a bodega. The bodega is just a short walk from the historic and charming town of Ronda… …and boasts extraordinary views and delicious wines. Let’s discover this amazing bodega with owner Don Flavio Salesi… …and indulge in one of the best wines of the region. […]

The Ultimate KENYAN STREET FOOD TOUR in Mombasa – Coastal East African Food, Kenya!

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hey everyone I hope you’re having an amazing day it’s mark means I’m in Mombasa Kenya on the east coast of Africa it’s really a melting pot of cultures and foods and today I’m gonna meet up with Farhana she is a local youtuber she makes videos about travel she loves to eat street food […]

How to Give a Wedding Toast

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DION FLYNN: Everything is at stake in a wedding toast. VICTORIA WELLMAN: What people worry about is that they’re going to get up and make a fool of themselves. ANJA WINIKKA: There are a lot of do’s and there’s a lot of don’ts. DION: Wedding toasts can go really, really bad. [ MAN SINGING ] […]

Hosting how-to’s with Ménage à Trois wines

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(Music) Welcome back everyone. You know I’m giving this up because it is one of my favorite Ménage à Trois wines. It’s the red blend and I found out I’m in good company because it ranks nationally as one of the most popular wines around. I bring this to every one of my book clubs. […]

An Introduction to Wine : Food & Wine Pairing with White Wine

By Brian Lemay 4 comments

Hi, I’m Farley and continuing today’s wine education and I think one question comes up fairly often when it comes to wine is how to prepare food and wine. For me it’s one of the most fun aspects of wine and while some people choose their food and decide which wine to go with it, […]

The BASF and Hybris Labs Wine Shelf

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a chemical company at the wine trader is quite unique but the tradition of the BSF wine cellar is very long it was found in 1901 and today we among the 10 biggest wine traders in Germany we are exporting wine to more than 50 countries all over the world we have own web shops […]