Taste Wine Like a Pro: Wine Tasting Tips From a Wine Geek

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Guess what? I’ve got my glasses on today… because I’m gonna drop some Wine Geek knowledge on you: Little tips that can help you get more out of your glass, every time you drink. The difference between just drinking wine and really enjoying it has to do with little details. Believe it or not, it […]

VEGAN WINE GUIDE

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Did you know that wine isn’t all just grapes? But also contains animal products? Basically all wine that doesn’t contain animal products in the process of the wine making… is Vegan Wine During the process all wine looks Murky and… like Cloudy looking before they turn crystal clear. And to make it so the winemaker […]

Double Date & Wine Tasting | Engaged

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– Guys, tonight is date night! – Date night! – I have two of our very favorite people in the whole world with us, my best friend Kathryn and her amazing husband Mitchell. – And his mustache. – We wanted to hangout with you guys and be with them because not only are we doing […]

Double Date & Wine Tasting | Engaged

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– Guys, tonight is date night! – Date night! – I have two of our very favorite people in the whole world with us, my best friend Kathryn and her amazing husband Mitchell. – And his mustache. – We wanted to hangout with you guys and be with them because not only are we doing […]

Is Chinese Wine Any Good? | Episode #22

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What is up guys? Julien Miquel here of Social Vignerons. Welcome back to another wine video. Today, I’m pleased to announce that I’m tasting some wines from China. A very first first China wine tasting for me. This is Episode #22 of the Tasting with Julien series. China of course is the big superpower that […]

Duckhorn Vineyards – Three Palms Estate Merlot 2012 – Napa Valley – USA

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Hello wine lovers, here we are in Napa Valley with Duckhorn, Three Palms Vineyard Merlot 2012. Duckhorn is truly the pioneer of high quality Merlot from Napa Valley. Three Palms Vineyard was one of the first single vineyard Merlots coming from California. It is a fine example indeed. Compared to the regular bottling here we […]

Types of Red Wine : Malbec Wine Facts

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Hi, I’m going to tell you about a wine called Malbec. Sometimes people pronounce it “Molbec”, it depends on where you’re from. Now Malbec is not very known in America, but it should be, it has an interesting story. Malbec is actually thought to be from the Bordue region in France. And as a matter […]

DLynn Proctor (SOMM) on Wine Tasting 101 for Financial Advisors & Hosting Events for the Affluent

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Welcome to this episode of The Elite Advisor Blueprint® podcast, with your host, Brad Johnson. Brad’s the VP of Advisors Development at Advisors Excel, the largest independent insurance brokerage company in the US. He’s also a regular contributor to Investment News, The Wall Street Journal and other industry publications    Welcome to The Elite Advisor […]

The Wines of Alto Adige

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(playful guitar music)>>(narrator) Between the countries of Switzerland, Austria, and Italy lies an autonomous Italian province, known to its native German-speaking population as “South Tyrol,” but more commonly referred to by its Italian name, “Alto Adige.” (playful guitar music) Alto Adige, with its capital city of Bolzano, is the most northern Italian province.>>(with accent) We […]

Blue Wine Review | Vino Azul Review

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Welcome to Underneath the Bottle, my name is Michael. On this channel we have done a lot of controversial and crazy wine and food related things. But I think today, is going to top all the other videos! We are going to review Blue Wine! I haven’t seen anyone do this yet. So I am […]