Interesting Facts About Wine

Interesting Facts About Wine

Fact Fever Interesting facts about wine you’ve never heard before Fact no: 10 Spain is the largest producer of white wine in the world Fact no: 09 Wine tour almost top disneyland Fact no: 08 Wine cork is not for smelling Fact no: 07 There is more than 10.000 varieties of wine grapes in the Read more about Interesting Facts About Wine[…]

What Are The Wine Sub-Regions Of Burgundy?

What Are The Wine Sub-Regions Of Burgundy?

When it comes to wine regions, Burgundy is perhaps one of the trickiest terrains to track Located in the east of France, Burgundy comprises six different sub-regions spread from north to south across a hundred and fifty miles These sub regions contain an incredible total of 84 unique Appellations which all produced different styles of Read more about What Are The Wine Sub-Regions Of Burgundy?[…]

Best Wine-Dave Matthews The Dreaming Tree Crush Red Blend Review

Best Wine-Dave Matthews The Dreaming Tree Crush Red Blend Review

Hello and welcome the TheGrape.com’s video wine library! Today we’re featuring a special wine review of Crush a Red Blend wine from The Dreaming Tree Vineyards in California and famed owner and musician Dave Matthews. Priced around $15 dollars, Crush was made to be enjoyed on any occasion. It can be found at most supermarkets Read more about Best Wine-Dave Matthews The Dreaming Tree Crush Red Blend Review[…]

WINTER in NAPA VALLEY! WINE TROLLEY TOUR 🍷- 2019 vlog

WINTER in NAPA VALLEY! WINE TROLLEY TOUR 🍷- 2019 vlog

today we’re in San Francisco and we’re about to embark on a weekend getaway to Napa Valley one of America’s most famous wine growing regions it’s roughly one hour north of the city and contains over 400 wineries it’s filled with historic castles world-renowned cuisine and history on this trip we’re going to visit three Read more about WINTER in NAPA VALLEY! WINE TROLLEY TOUR 🍷- 2019 vlog[…]

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Wine Tasting Tips | Traverse City Wineries

Wine Tasting Tips | Traverse City Wineries

Hi, I’m Brandy from Traverse Traveler, your mobile guide to the Travers area. I’m here today with Explore TC to share some tips for wine tasting in Northern Michigan. Before we head on the wine trail, let’s talk about what to bring. Pack some bottled water and snacks to take with you in a cooler Read more about Wine Tasting Tips | Traverse City Wineries[…]

Trailer Wine Masters Season 2: ITALY

Trailer Wine Masters Season 2: ITALY

The renaissance of Italian wine started here in Tuscany. There’s something about the Chianti landscape which is sort of intrinsically romantic. It took us centuries to build up what we have. And it takes two seconds to destroy it. I think the Nero d’Avola is the real Sicilian wine. Another one that has became really Read more about Trailer Wine Masters Season 2: ITALY[…]

Types of Sparkling Wine : Grower Champagnes

Types of Sparkling Wine : Grower Champagnes

Hi! I am Mark Middlebrook. I am here at Paul Marcus Wines in our wine cellar. And, this segment I am going to talk about grower champagnes. Or what the importer, Terry Theise, of many of our champagnes calls farmer fizz. In the, you certainly know many brands of champagne like Veuve Clico, Roederer. Many Read more about Types of Sparkling Wine : Grower Champagnes[…]

CARAVAGLIO, Il Corinto Nero

CARAVAGLIO, Il Corinto Nero

The Corinto Nero was used in part for wine, and in part for making raisins, In fact, the other name for this grape in the Aeolian Islands is Passolina di Lipari, Because it is a seedless varietal, therefore it is suitable for raisins. The origin of the grape is Greek, just like Malvasia. Of course Read more about CARAVAGLIO, Il Corinto Nero[…]

Pinot Noir Clones in Russian River Valley | Pommard and 777

Pinot Noir Clones in Russian River Valley | Pommard and 777

>>Martin: I love to see beautiful examples in the wine industry when passion grows and grows and grows and opportunity finds a way to intercede. Welcome back to Zoetic Wines. [intro music] [intro music continues]>>Martin: Well, it’s fantastic to see you again. And I love…>>Kim: Welcome back!>>Martin: Thank you! And I love how you’ve actually Read more about Pinot Noir Clones in Russian River Valley | Pommard and 777[…]