Wine Information : Wine & Cheese Pairing

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The love affair between red wine and cheese is historic. Great selections for cheese would be a nice Tuscany, or perhaps another Bordeaux, from Saint Emilion. However, if you’d like to step out of the box a little bit, this New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc works perfectly with cheese, as does this California Chardonnay. Either way, […]

Sutter Home Sweet Red

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We are please to introduce Sutter Home’s newest crowd-pleaser, Sutter Home Sweet Red. It’s simple, easy-drinking and perfect for a summer night when you want a red but the rising temperatures say otherwise. Wine styles are always changing and it’s hard enough to keep up with the world today. Sutter Home Sweet Red eliminates the […]

Women Who Love Wine

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– Hi, good afternoon. Would you ladies like anything to– – Wine. – Wine. – Okay. How about a glass or a– – Bottle. – Bottle. (jazzy music) – Is it cheap? – Yeah, it’s cheap. – Is it the color red? – Yes. – I’ll take it. – Uhh, I had the longest day. […]

Types of Red Wine : Cabernet Sauvignon Wine Facts

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Hi, I am going to tell you about Cabernet Sauvignon one of the worlds most popular and beloved red wines. Its a big sturdy red wine. Meaning it always has a lot of body, probably a lot flavor, a lot of tannin and maybe a little bit of bitterness. Its is kind of a lot […]

Check, Please! Bay Area reviews: Bounty Hunter Wine Bar & Smokin’ BBQ, RÊVE, Fiorella

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Announcer: A KQED television production. ♪♪ ♪♪ Sbrocco: I’m telling you right now — I am hungry. Sbrocco: Hi. I’m Leslie Sbrocco. Welcome to “Check, Please! Bay Area,” the show where regular Bay Area residents review and talk about their favorite restaurants. Now, we have three guests, and each one recommends one of their favorite […]

The Wines of Bordeaux’s Right Bank

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(playful music box music)>>(narrator) Bordeaux is the largest wine region in France, and historically the world’s most important. Its emblematic name conjures a single image, but the region, which produces five times more wine than Burgundy, is made up of over three dozen separately regulated appellations. (playful music box music) The Médoc, with its famous […]

Wine Information : Proper Wine Storage

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When storing wines there are a couple of important points to pay attention to. First of all, with wines that happen to have a cork, you want to store those bottles horizontally so that the cork remains moist. This will keep the cork from breaking up and falling into the bottle when you go to […]

Red Wine Doughnuts | RECIPE

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everybody welcome back welcome to cook miss so this is the last recipe in our cook mysterious and I know we did like a trendy recipe yesterday but we’re going to do another one today so red wine hot chocolate is actually being quite popular lately and so I was going to do that but […]

Types of Red Wine : Zinfandel Wine Facts

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Hi, I’m going to tell you about Zinfandel, the wine. Now if you think of this as Zinfandel, you’re right. There’s a very popular wine called white Zinfandel. It’s made from the red grape known as Zinfandel, and we make this nice pink, kind of salmon colored, orangey, light sometimes fruity and sweet wine, by […]

Food and Wine – Quick Tips For Cooking with Wine

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Thank you for watching this episode of Grape Tips presented by the grape dot com. Cooking With Red or White Wine Are you considering cooking with wine? Are you not sure where to start? Maybe you’re in need of a little advice. Well, we’d like to help. Consider the following 7 grape tips when cooking […]