France vs New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc Wine

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Learn more about Sancerre:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgXk6-K40Eg
What you should know about New Zealand wine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAuM2V7WuqQ
Julien looks at what are the differences between old world and new world Sauvignon Blanc?
Comparative tasting of a Sancerre Sauvignon from the heart of the Loire valley in France and a Kiwi Sauv Blanc from Marborough.

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Because finding the wines that you want if not always easy, finding wines from different countries like when you want to organize interesting wine tastings like this one, I’ve partnered with Winebuyers that’s made it super easy for me to get those wines.
Winebuyers is an exclusive online wine club based in the UK that connects producers and specialist merchants directly to wine lovers and us wine consumers. Oh, and the membership is free.
It essentially allows to source about 50,000 different wines from something like 40 different countries. It’s kind of direct from the producer to the consumer through the platform, with no mark-up on the producer’s pricing. So it’s a great way to find some interesting wines. You can check them out with the link in the video description and check out their Youtube channel at the end of this video to learn more.
Shout out to Madeline Puckette of Wine Folly (Essential Guide to Wine Book author), and Gary Vaynerchuk of Wine Library TV (wineliberarytv) for having inspired me to start making wine education and tasting videos on YouTube.

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How Wine Experts Rate & Review Wine Clubs

Wine clubs are quickly becoming one of the most popular enrollment and gift activities associated with the food and beverage industry. A wine club is not a “set in stone” arrangement and they are available in an enormous number of styles and options. There are clubs dedicated to California wines and there are those that focus entirely on Champagnes or Sparkling wines.

The Italian Wine Guide

In the past it was sometimes said that Italians kept their best wines to themselves while supplying foreign markets with tasty but anonymous wine in economy sized bottles. But markets have changed radically in recent times as consumers in many lands-most importantly in Italy itself-have insisted on better quality. This article will help you understand the secrets of Italian Wine.

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Wine Coolers – The Perfect Wine Storage!

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California Central Coast Wine Review, Vina Robles 2007 Roseum

The California Central Coast produces many fine wines, but they are not well known outside our area. We asked local wine experts for recommendations for “wine value picks” that were food friendly, Red or White (or Rose) and under $18.00 a bottle. In this review we look at Vina Robles 2007 Roseum.

Icewine – What’s in a Name?

Since its onset, there has been a mystique and romance around the origin of Icewine. Some say it was accidentally discovered in 1794 when German farmers tried to harvest their crop after an unexpected frost froze their grapes. The result of the grape pressing was surprisingly delicious and they called it Eiswein. The name stuck and was translated into Icewine. Today, the climate of the Niagara region is known for consistently producing the most exceptional Icewine in the world.

The Best Way to Drink Red Wine – Enjoy a Glass

Red wine is a great way to add something special to a meal because there are so many varieties of red wine you can always find a perfect fit to a perfect meal. Many researchers have also found that drinking red wine in moderation can bring you great health benefits such as a reduced risk of heart disease. Many chefs have found that using red wine to cook with can add great taste to foods and offer something different to the mix. Whether you are a wine expert or just an occasional drinker you can enjoy a glass of red wine with your meal.

Canadian Icewine – The Perfect Companion For Wedding Toasts

It takes great patience, planning and dedication to make every wedding detail special and create a lasting impression. Deciding on ways to create an impact for “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue” can personalize the occasion and maintain the “heart” of the matter when the logistics can be overwhelming. Planning the wedding toast is one detail that can help a couple stay in their heart and remember the love they have for each other.

Ruby Red Cabernet Sauvignon Icewine – Perfect Pairings For Lovers

Cabernet Sauvignon is the newest attraction in the Icewine category. The Cabernet Sauvignon is a delicious grape that is less often harvested during the freezing cold of winter but the Ruby red Icewine creates an exceptional taste sensation that rates it as another spectacular addition for Icewine varietal. A high quality Cabernet Sauvignon Icewine has complex berry and dried fruit flavours of raison, fig, prune, raspberry, strawberry and cranberry. The berries refreshing acidity blends beautifully with the dried fruit sweetness and then mellows out to end in a crisp mouth feel. The aroma of Cab Sauv Icewine can be explosive in fresh fruit flavours and its refreshing acidity has enough power to balance out the sweetness of the most luscious chocolate dessert.

California Central Coast Wine Reviews – EOS 2005 Petite Sirah

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