Peloponnese Wine Festival, Limassol, 2019 (2 of 2)

By Brian Lemay 5 comments

Hey Tasters! This is the second part of the video from the Peloponnese wine festival. As you recall, I had so much footage I had to make two videos. Enjoy the second half. Welcome to Troupis Winery. Troupis Winery is located in Mantinea, which is in the centre of the Peloponnese. The variety that we […]

Monolithos Winery Cyprus

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Hey Tasters! I am at a very special winery this week. This is Monolithos. Monolithos has been around for 20 years, but these are the new premises. This is a boutique winery. It is the definition of a boutique winery: small production, very special wines, multi-awarded. And I am here with the owner and the […]

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 […]

Wine & Cheese Pairings : Pairing Parmesan Cheese with Red Wines

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Hi. I’d like to talk to you about paring Parmesan and Romano cheese with wine. Now, you probably think of Parmesan and Romano cheeses as going with red wine like your Veal Parmesan with your Chianti. And, actually it can be a very good match. But, we do have to watch out. Parmesan and Romano […]

Argyrides Winery Wine Tasting

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Hey Tasters! I’m here at the Argyrides Vasa Winery! Today is an Open Day and my good friend, Rebecca Argyrides is going to share with me three very special wines. What do we have here? So we have our Viognier 2017 our limited edition Chardonnay 2016 and our Merlot-Cabernet 2016, for you today. Three of […]

London Wine: London’s First Vineyard Since The Middle Ages

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COMM: These ripe grapes can easily belong to a vineyard in the south of France, or the rolling hills of Italy, but in fact, this is a rainy corner of north London. Forty Hall vineyard in Enfield is hoping to produce the capital’s first commercial-scale wine since the middle ages. Manager Sarah Vaughan-Roberts has been […]

Italian Wine Pronunciation 101 – Top 40 Terms YOU NEED to KNOW!

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This is Julian the French winemaking a who makes wine videos here on YouTube yes twin videos in yes I am French but I did live in Italy for quite some time making wine as a winemaker in the heart of Italy in the heart of beautiful Tuscany so here are the top 40 most […]

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 […]

Art and Wine

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Hey Tasters! I’ve come across this Italian bottle of wine and I cannot get it out of my head. It is a red dry wine but it smells of roses and cherries and that eastern Mediterranean seductress the mahlab. I am obsessed, I need to know more about it. I need an expert in Italian […]

Top 10 Wines France is Famous For? The Best French Wine Regions – Part.1

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What is up guys? Julien here, the French one making a who makes wine videos here on YouTube yes wine videos. You all know by now that France is extremely reputable for the quality of its wines I made an entire video dedicated to why French wines are generally speaking so good and about the […]