Ignacio Winery – Fox Fire Farms

Ignacio Winery – Fox Fire Farms

Imagine 1,100 acres of luscious green, stretching as far as the eye can see. This tranquil green sea is home to Fox Fire Farms, the only commercial vineyard and winery in the Durango, Pagosa Springs area. Cultivated to withstand extremely low temperatures, our French/American hybrid grapes are unique to our winery. Fox Fire Farms is Read more about Ignacio Winery – Fox Fire Farms[…]

Community Close-Ups: Guglielmo Winery

Community Close-Ups: Guglielmo Winery

My name is George Guglielmo and I am president and winemaker of Guglielmo winery in Morgan Hill. So my function here at the winery is I am taking care of about 50 acres of vineyard on our 85 acre ranch as well as all the production of wine from the grape all the way to Read more about Community Close-Ups: Guglielmo Winery[…]

Does Wine Really Need to ‘Breathe’?

Does Wine Really Need to ‘Breathe’?

[INTRO] Any good sommelier will tell you that it’s important to let your Cabernet “breathe.” After you pour your glass, you should take a moment to gently swirl it around. Look at the pattern of “legs” as the wine drips down the sides. Maybe take a good sniff and marvel at the wonderful notes of Read more about Does Wine Really Need to ‘Breathe’?[…]

Wine Tasting Tips : Vegetable Aromas in Wines

Wine Tasting Tips : Vegetable Aromas in Wines

Another category of aromas that you can get in a wine is vegetal; otherwise known as vegetable; otherwise known as vegetative. Some of these aromas are green bean, asparagus, green olive, artichoke, spinach, cut green grass. They may sound a little strange; however, they make a nice appearance in wine. In a white wine, you Read more about Wine Tasting Tips : Vegetable Aromas in Wines[…]

Biofuels in Brazil: Alternative or Disaster?

Biofuels in Brazil: Alternative or Disaster?

Scientists say petroleum-fueled cars are one of the leading causes of global warming. And, as temperatures increase across the planet, people are searching for sustainable answers. Some say Brazil may have a clue. Biofuels. Since the 1970s, Brazil has been retrofitting their cars to run off of petroleum or ethanol, which Brazil makes as a Read more about Biofuels in Brazil: Alternative or Disaster?[…]

This Binge-drinking Tree Shrew Could Probably Outdrink You

This Binge-drinking Tree Shrew Could Probably Outdrink You

This episode is supported by NordVPN. Right now, NordVPN is offering SciShow viewers a chance to set up your own Virtual Private Network and start protecting your internet experience with 77% off a 3-year plan. Use the code “SCISHOW” at NordVPN.com/SCISHOW. [♩INTRO] Humans are far from the only animals that drink booze. But, like us, Read more about This Binge-drinking Tree Shrew Could Probably Outdrink You[…]

Can You Really Cook Alcohol Out of Food?

Can You Really Cook Alcohol Out of Food?

You’ve probably heard that it’s no big deal when a cake recipe calls for some rum, or you add wine to the gravy for your turkey, because it’ll just boil off. And that’s partly true — some of the alcohol /will/ get cooked out. But usually, not /all/ of it. The process of losing the Read more about Can You Really Cook Alcohol Out of Food?[…]

Wine Box Turned Succulent Planter

Wine Box Turned Succulent Planter

hey guys I’m working on a couple of succulent planters today these are a little bit different than all the other ones that I’ve done before these ones can either be left flat or you could hang them up and they are made out of wood wine gift boxes so check this out I found Read more about Wine Box Turned Succulent Planter[…]

Why Can’t We Drink the Ocean?

Why Can’t We Drink the Ocean?

[ INTRO ] Squeaks and I were just reading about the drought that happened not too long ago in California, in the United States. In a drought, people start running low on fresh water to drink, usually because it didn’t rain enough. Then, Squeaks had a great question If you look at a map of Read more about Why Can’t We Drink the Ocean?[…]

That Time the US Government Poisoned Alcohol

That Time the US Government Poisoned Alcohol

[INTRO ♪] On Christmas Eve 1926, more than 60 people ended up in a single hospital in New York City. They were violently ill and hallucinating. And despite doctors’ best efforts, within a few days, about half of them died. But it wasn’t a virulent flu or poorly-chosen mushrooms that caused their deaths. It was Read more about That Time the US Government Poisoned Alcohol[…]