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This video describes how to successfully blind taste wine. Go through a mock blind tasting and learn how to deduct and use your knowledge to successfully pinpoint the grape, region, & vintage without seeing the bottle or label.
Fine Wines For The Not So Fine – Blending In With The Wine Crowd
Making wine is without a doubt an art form and many of the fine wines from all over the world is the result of generations of knowledge that’s been handed down and refined by master wine makers.Bordeaux Fans This Hungarian Blend Is A Treasure
This is a deep, full bodied wine with tremendous fruit. Flavors of cherries and berries blend with chocolate and coffee perfectly integrated with oak. Luscious in the mouth, with a long finish that culminates in an explosion of flavors on the palate. Serve with all types of game, beef, as well as pastas with rich, meaty sauces.Homemade Beer – Get Started With This Simple Guide
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Will today’s well-stocked medicine cabinet now hold a bottle of beer? According to 10 years of scientific research, the answer is, “Yes.”Recipes for Making Your Own Homebrew Beer
Homemade or home-brewed beer can be a rewarding experience with the right tools and the right recipe. A search of the Internet will bring up everything from recipes for Moose Milk Stout to Lawnmower Special. Here is a collection of homebrew beers from around the world.A Spectacular Italian White From Bruno Giacosa
Robert Parker has raved about this wine calling it his “favorite white wine of Piedmont.” Made from 100% Arneis and vinified in stainless steel, this beautiful wine possesses remarkable richness as well as superb purity and a gorgeous, persistent texture. The nose reveals white flower, honeysuckle, white peach, pear, and apple. The finish has fantastic balanced acidity and depth. Enjoy with a wide variety of foods, especially seafood and pasta.Piaggia, ‘Il Sasso’ – Carmignano, An Unheralded Tuscan Appellation
A deep ruby red with an intense yet elegant nose. Rich and classically Italian with hints of dark cherry and blueberry. This Tuscan beauty is well structured, approachable and has subtle, sweet tannins. It is persistent without being overpowering. Enjoy with grilled food of any kind.Thomas Fogarty – A Classic California Pinot Noir
This delicious Estate Pinot Noir is a blend of two Fogarty vineyards – Sky and Rapley. This wine has gorgeous aromas of rose, cherry and cola as well as subtle smells of black pepper and spice. These intriguing aromatics lead to a well structured but elegant mouth-feel. Fine tannins and bright acidity are framed by flavors of dark cherry and rhubarb with a hint of earth and mushroom. Drink now and for 7 years.Beckmen Vineyards, Estate – Second Time Is The Charm For This California Cabernet
Full bodied and dry, this Cabernet displays aromas of jammy black cherry, earth and dark chocolate. The palate is filled with complex currant and cherry flavors backed by a dense chewy core of bittersweet chocolate. This finish is long and firm, but not over-the-top, with tannins that are equally as balanced. Decant this Cabernet and pair with any meat dish. Enjoy now or hold for 5+ years.Laurona, Montsant – The Spanish Craze Continues
Deep ruby. Sexy, floral scents of candied cherry, black currant, licorice, mocha and vanilla bean. Broad and deep, with dense, concentrated dark berry flavors, subtle oak spices and succulent herb accents. The dark fruit flavors expand through the sappy finish, taking on musky, pungent earth, coffee and chocolate nuances. The tannins are lush and well-knit.