Does Wine Really Need to ‘Breathe’?

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[INTRO] Any good sommelier will tell you that it’s important to let your Cabernet “breathe.” After you pour your glass, you should take a moment to gently swirl it around. Look at the pattern of “legs” as the wine drips down the sides. Maybe take a good sniff and marvel at the wonderful notes of […]

New AMC Now Open, Waiting For Liquor License

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Festival d’Vine at Treaty Oak Park

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JUST CLICK THE “AS SEEN ON RCL” TAB. LET’S CHECK IN WITH EDEN.>>Eden: THANKS MARK. IF YOU ARE A WINE LOVER OR A LOVER OF JUST HELPING OUT FANTASTIC CAUSES, LET’S TALK ABOUT THIS GREAT EVENT FOR CATHOLIC CHARITIES. I CAN’T BELIEVE IT’S BEEN A YEAR. LAUREN HOPKINS IS BACK WITH US TO TALK FESTIVALS. […]

Food & Wine Pairing : Food & Wine Pairing: Sweetness in Food Rule

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Hi. I’m teaching you the real rules of food and wine pairing. Real rule number two is very important and it’s about sweetness, and here it is. Sweetness in food makes sweetness in wine go away. Sweet food will make wine tasteless sweet. In other words, more acidic and a little bit flatter. Now if […]

How to Get the Benefits of Wine without the Alcohol

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Alright! This is John Kohler with discountjuicers.com! Today we have another exciting episode for you. And in this episode what I’m going to do for you guys is actually share with you guys how to get the benefits of wine without the alcohol. So you’re going to definitely want to pay attention to this episode […]

Martins West Pub, Red Tavern, August (1) Five: Check, Please! Bay Area reviews

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a KQED television production check please Bay Area is made possible by the members of KQED and by Total Wine and more offers over eight thousand wines twenty-five hundred beers and three thousand spirits with specialists on hand to provide advice on any item now opened in Mountain View Pleasant Hill in Fremont littoral artisan […]

Europe for Foodies: Drinks and Sweets with Cameron Hewitt | Rick Steves Travel Talks

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For a lot of people, part of the cuisine scene in Europe is actually about drinking. I want to talk a little bit about wine, beer, spirits, and also, of course, that great cafe culture that you’re going to find in Europe. Wine is a European staple and there’s an expectation that everyone should have […]

UNH Business of Wine Making

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Today, we’re going to taste my wines, a [INAUDIBLE] Pino Cab. We’re going to taste a Live Free or Die Pinot, a specialty product from New Hampshire UNH. With the course we have on international wine and beverage, we thought it would be a great way of bringing the concept of business, of winemaking, into […]

Northern NY Grapes & Wines Beating The Cold, Making Their Mark

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when you think about America’s great wine regions you might think about Napa Valley and Sonoma you probably don’t think about northern New York thanks to the development of cold climate grape varieties that can withstand the region’s low winter temperatures it’s time to start thinking about great wine in northern New York my name […]

Get Your Liquor Store Online with BottleSales

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As an independent bottle shop owner You are bet connected to your local community but it can be tough keeping up with the big guys in the industry. They have the capacity to work longer hours provide greater discounts and spend much more on advertising and promotions. Plus they have the backing to offer online […]