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In this video I go out in the vineyard and discuss the basics of Pinot Noir. I talk about the cool climates that Pinot Noir thrive, I speak about the subtle character of these grapes and how Pinot Noir is transparent to where it is grown. I speak about the different regions where Pinot is grown and do a tasting in my home of a Red Burgundy.
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There is a tremendous variety of wine tours in the French region of Bordeaux – from a very cheap bicycle tour to a more expensive limousine tour. But the quality of the wines is always the same!Store Food Safely
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We have all heard that red wine is good for our hearts, white wine is good for our lungs, and – of course – all wine is good for our taste buds. But, recent findings have revealed Champagne may also be good for our minds. Move over Merlots and Rieslings, scientists now have Champagne on their brains.Chilling With A Wine Storage Cooler
From at least the time of the ancient Greeks, when the wine god Bacchus blessed his human hosts Ikarios and Erigon with a sheepshead full of wine for their hospitality, wine has been considered a gift from the gods. It is so highly treasured, in fact, that an entire culture has grown up around the creation and appreciation of wine.Barley Wine and Cigars – A Dynamic Duo
The saying, “it’s lonely at the top,” is true for cigars. A type of smoke that makes the Marlboro man look weak rather than rugged, cigars have a way of excluding themselves from the group. Yet, you can’t fault the cigars. They might not want us to elevate their reputation and status by deeming them synonymous with luxury and sophistication; for all we know, cigars are standing in the background – looking lovingly at pipes and cigarettes – yelling, “Can’t we all just get along?” Luckily, cigars might have found something to relieve their loneliness: they just may have a lifelong companion in barley wine.Port Wine Is A Vastly Underated Drink
Wine is an alcoholic beverage that is made from the fermentation of unmodified grape juice. Wine is usually made from one or more varieties…