Types of Red Wine : Tempranillo Wine Facts

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Hi, I’m going to tell you about a grape that maybe you never heard of before, it’s called Tempranillo, and if that sounds Spanish, you’re right, it is Spain’s most popular grape. Tempranillo comes from the word temprano, and temprano means early, and the name of the grape came from the fact that Tempranillo is […]


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Oh my gosh! Okay. Alright. I’m gettin’ all the spices, all the flavours! [INTRO MUSIC] Ah! Good day everyone and welcome to today’s video! Sooo, I came across the secret menu of Starbucks. I had to try them because they have rainbow frickin’ drinks! And I was like, okay wait what? So apparently there’s a […]

Wine Masters S1 EP5 Preview: Alsace

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I don’t think people buy our wines just because of the beautiful yellow label. I think there is something behind it. People know that. [French] I believe that Riesling is one of the greatest white wines in the world. Of course there is also Chardonnay, but personally, I’d value Riesling higher in terms of varietal […]

Montes Cabernet Sauvignon – Fairgrounds Wine and Spirits

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Hello everybody welcome back to FairgroundsTV! I’m your host Peter Moeller. Today we have a nice Chilean Cab. This is Montes Classic series Cabernet Sauvignon 2011. It got rated 90 points by Robert Parker. Nice slightly mahogany reddish color. Let’s give it a sniff. *sniffs* I’m getting a slight oak and a *sniffs* Hm. *sniffs* […]


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Wine Tasting Tips : Smoky Aromas in Wines

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Another aroma that you might smell is smoke or smoky. It can be in a white wine, a sparkling wine, or a red wine. In a white wine, smokiness, or what I call oaky smoky, or burnt sugar, is usually a reflection of being aged in oak. Not always; because there’s no such thing as […]


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WHAT’S UP YOUTUBE? Today we are going to try some more weird soda’s. Whoo, so let’s try some weird soda’s. So let’s go down the list and see what we have in store for us today. Butter soda Dirt soda AHAHA Birthday cake soda, that sounds good. Burros Churros soda Burros Churros soda AHEUH And […]

Wine Tasting Tips : Buttery Aromas in Wines

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If you have ever spent any amount of time around a wine lover, I’m sure you’ve heard them say that a wine tastes or smells buttery. People especially love to talk about their big, buttery Chardonnay’s, and it’s true; Chardonnay very often has a buttery aroma, and a buttery flavor. It can come across as […]

Wine Tasting – Chilean Pinot Noir (Animated British Comedy Sketch)

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[Spot Lights] [Awful Music] [Awful Music] [Awful Music] Errrrr [Awful Music] The Rev Jim Jones: With a degree of dignity. [Jazzy Music] Phil: Right fellas this will be the first tasting of the night. [Jazzy Music] Man 1: [Sniff] I’m getting hints of [Sniff] black forest fruits and a [Sniff] [Jazzy Music] A wonderful smell […]

Wine Tasting Tips : What is Tannin in Wine?

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Let’s talk about Tannin. Tannin is an acid that is found in the seeds, and skins, and stems of grapes. All grapes, but we usually talk about tannin in a red wine. A white wine can have tannin if the wine has rested on the grape seeds or skins for a while or if it […]