Everything You Need to Know about Châteauneuf du Pape Wine

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Like it’s pretty much always the case with French wine, Châteauneuf-du-Pape is a village before it is a wine and a wine appellation or an AOC. Châteauneuf-du-Pape is in fact a charming little historic village located between the cities of Orange and Avignon, in Rhône Valley of South Eastern France. The name Châteauneuf-du-Pape itself literally […]

Wine Tasting Tips : What are Legs in Wine Tasting?

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One of the most fun steps of wine tasting is to look at the wine’s tears. Tears are also known as legs, arches, or rivulets. What they are is when the wine breaks into what looks like paint dripping down a wall, after you swirl it. Sometimes it’s hard to see, and sometimes it takes […]

Wines you should try if you’re a Pinot Gris devotee

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If you like the fruity, easy-drinking style of Pinot Gris, you should try a Rosé. Rosé is fresh, vibrant, it’s really popular at the moment and goes well with pretty much everything that you can have on a barbeque. And if you fancy being a little bit more adventurous try a Gewürz. Slightly sweeter, very […]

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 […]

Blind Wine Tasting Bottle Covers and Sleeves Numbered 1 – 10 Video | Wineware

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The blind wine tasting bottle covers are supplied in a black bag, so you’re able to keep them stored together when not in use. They’re clearly numbered in red from 1 to 10, which is perfect for blind wine tastings. They’re really easy to use. Simply place your bottle inside the bag and secure the […]

Terroir and Tasting Cyprus Wine at Vassiliades Ekfraseis Winery

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So, I have just had the most fascinating visit with a wine maker who is really a romantic figure, a rebel, a poet. I have just been talking to Christos Vassiliades of Vassiliades Ekfraseis Winery. The man has a vision. He believes in his terroir, and with good reason. He has some of the highest […]

Paso Robles | Wine Tasting in California’s Central Coast

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Hey there, it’s Ernest from Trip Astute. Today we’re doing a destination review of Paso Robles. Paso Robles (yes it’s pronounced “Ro-bulls” instead of “Ro-bless”) is located in central California, about 30 miles north of San Luis Obispo. It’s a popular spot to do wine-tasting, as there are approximately 200 family-owned wineries in the area. […]

[Eng, Kor Sub] Whiskey Wine?! Korean Persimmon Wine. 가을와인, 감으로 만든 감와인!

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We love every drinks in Korea, We are Misoolin’s Pikachae and Cong. My name is Ruben, I’m from Belgium. Hi. I’m Anton. I’m from France. Hi I’m Pulkit, I’m from Sweden. Hi, I’m Deok-Hwan. I’m Kwan-Mok. What are we drinking today? In korea, we make wine not only with grapes but with many other fruits, […]

People Try The Wine Version Of 4 Loko

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(whistling) – I saw this all over Twitter and saw that it was sold out everywhere. – I don’t drink because I don’t like the taste of alcohol, I don’t like the feeling being drunk, and I’m horrified of throwing up. – I drank a lost last night forgetting that I was also gonna drink […]

Wine Tasting Tips : How to Describe a Wine’s Flavor

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Describing a wine’s flavor is sometimes difficult for people. It doesn’t make much sense to me, because we all grew up describing food. Maybe we’ve gotten a little too lackadaisical; maybe the ways we describe food is like yuk, yum, delicious, give me more of that. We can definitely describe wine flavor like yuk, yum, […]