In Japan, This Black Vinegar Is Aged Like Wine

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(percussive music) – [Narrator] Vinegar is one of the oldest fermented foods in the world, but these days it seems to be having a bit of a moment. In the town of Kagoshima in Japan, you will find a special dark vinegar that has long been ahead of the times. – [Announcer] This Great Big […]

Ommegang Iron Throne – Fairgrounds Wine and Spirits

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What’s going on everybody! Welcome back to FairgroundsTV, I’m your host Peter Moeller. Today we have Ommegang’s latest installment. This is in conjunction with the TV show Game of Thrones and this is called Iron Throne. It’s six and a half percent alcohol by volume. It is a blonde ale, and it just came in […]

Two Roads Brewing Choose Your Beer! – Fairgrounds Wine and Spirits

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What’s going on everybody welcome back to FairgroundsTV I’m your host Peter Moeller. Today we’re going to check out a new brewery from Stratford, Connecticut, my home state of C T. And we’re going to let you choose which beer you’re gonna watch the tasting to. You can either watch the tasting for Worker’s Comp […]

Christians and Alcohol (Selected Scriptures)

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As we come, tonight, to the Word of God and to our discussion of a subject at hand, I want you to open your Bible to the fifth chapter of Ephesians and just that eighteenth verse that we looked at last time, Ephesians 5:18. And it’s really going to be a launching point for us […]

Instant Pot WINE – grape juice to wine? | FERMENTED

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Greetings my beautiful lovelies, it’s Emmy. Welcome back. Today I’m going to be making Instant Pot wine. And, as a disclaimer, if you are not 21 or over, do not make this recipe. Thank you! Alrighty, so I first learned about this recipe from the FoodNService blog, in which David Murphy makes wine using a […]

How to Pick an Italian Wine

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How to Pick an Italian Wine. Italians are famous for being fine artists, but there’s more to choosing a fine Italian wine than just looking at the art on the label. Buy wisely with these tips. You will need Knowledge of major Italian wine regions Information on types of grapes and meaning of wine regulation […]

One of America’s Best Sommeliers Blind Taste Tests Sparkling Wine Under $15

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– I’m Patrick Cappiello, Wine Director of Rebelle restaurant in New York City, Eater National and Food & Wine Magazine’s Sommelier of the year. And today, I’m going to blind-taste cheap, sparkling wines. (upbeat music) When I’m tasting sparkling wines, I’m looking for the same things I’m looking for with still wines but obviously with […]

Gifting Wines Under Rs.1500 || Sonal Holland Wine TV

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Hello, Rara wine shop? Which wines do you have? Any wine will do but it needs to be under Rs1500! Also, it needs to be fruity.

Widmer Brothers Pitch Black IPA – Fairgrounds Wine and Spirits Video

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What’s going down everybody? How we doing? I’m Peter Moeller of Fairgrounds Wine & Spirits and welcome back to FairgroundsTV. Somebody suggested on our YouTube channel that we try the Widmer Brothers pitch Black IPA. It is 6% and it comes to us from Portland, Oregon. Let’s give this a check out, obviously it’s going […]

One of America’s Top Sommeliers Taste Tests Celebrity Wines

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– I’m Patrick Cappiello, Eater National’s Sommelier of the Year and winner of Wine Spectator’s Grand Award and today, I’m gonna grade celebrity wines. (upbeat rock music) So, this is Mike Ditka. The name of this wine is The Champion. Still has a very high view of himself. From the Napa Valley, eh, so he’s […]