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This episode was recorded inside a wine cellar in a Bel Air estate currently listed for sale at $69 million. Why? Because our guest, Jon Grauman, is the real estate agent charged with selling the place. Grauman, who stars in the hit Netflix series "Buying Beverly Hills," also happens to be a wine aficionado. Along with guest co-host Ash McCue, he and Dan sample Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon from Kendall-Jackson. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Has Burgundy gone bonkers?!Off the back of a nightmare 2021 season, wines are in shorter supply than ever - so prices have gone through the roof.Again.The wines are unquestionably good. That's what Burgundy does. But as the region's wines gradually become ever-more scarce and atypical - and ever-less affordable - how long will wine lovers stick with Burgundy? Will we look back in 20 years and say: that was the tipping point when Burgundy finally lost touch with reality?!These are just some of the no-nonsense questions we're posing in this fresh take on an archetypal wine region where bucolic tradition is increasingly on a collision course with fast-moving reality. We explore the 2021 vintage as a springboard to discussing the bigger picture in Burgundy - in which climate change looms large, as does the issue of pricing (with a bit of mysterious vine death along the way). Stardust gets a mention.As for the wines - will we see Chardonnay being replaced by the likes of Savagnin, and Pinot Noir being supplanted by Gamay, Syrah, or even Nebbiolo.?!We grill Burgundy experts David Roberts MW (Goedhuis) and Jason Haynes (Flint Wines), as well as growers Florent Rouve and Caroline Drouhin of Domaine Drouhin-Laroze in Gevrey-Chambertin.What's more, we give our verdict on the 2021 wines and give some top tips both from that vintage and more general (but still delicious) drinking Burgundy we've discovered lately. (Also some ideas on alternatives to Burgundy.) You can find a full list of our recommendations in both these categories on our website (link below) - meantime the highlights we recommend in the pod are:White: Les Héritiers du Comte Lafon Viré-Clessé 2021 (c£28 per bottle, J&B): nutty, gorgeous whiteRed: Jean-Pierre et Vincent Charton Bourgogne Rouge Champ de Perdrix 2021 (c £19-20, Goedhuis): more funky natural style but sappy and savoury, grippy, perfumedRed: Drouhin Laroze Gevrey Chambertin Dix Climats 2021 (£58 per bottle, J&B): splashing out, but beautifully fragrant and classic red BurgundyGeneral drinking BurgundyWhite: Lequin-Colin Bourgogne Chardonnay 2020 (£19.50, Stone Vine & Sun)Red: Domaine Vaudoisey Bourgogne Rouge 2020 (£19.25, Private Cellar)Red: Sylvain Pataille Marsannay Rouge 2018 (£23.50, Wine Society) OR Domaine Derey Freres Marsannay Champs Perdrix 2018 (£23.50, Lea & Sandeman)All details from this episode (including links we mentioned) are on our website: Show notes for Wine Blast S4 E11 - Burgundy: The Tipping Point?We'd love to hear from your views on this or any other wine issues - do send us a voice message via Speakpipe or you can find more details to get in touch on our website.Thanks for joining us - here's to the joys of wine, and cheers to you!
Wine Road Podcast Episode 167 Sponsored by Ron Rubin Winery Episode 167 | Monique Soltani, Host of Wine Oh! TV Beth and Monique discuss Monique's career path, wine, love, loss, parenting and the rediscovery of her joy for connecting with people through the world of wine as she launches a new season of Wine Oh! TV. Wine of The Day: Alexander Valley Vineyards 2018 Chardonnay Podcast Sponsor: Ron Rubin Winery SHOW NOTES 1:04 How Monique got her start in broadcasting and saw an opportunity to create her own show, Wine Oh! TV. 5:45 Wine Oh! TV had early distribution to the streaming services but it was a one-woman show led by Monique. 7:10 Monique's interest in wine started in New York where she worked restaurants and was exposed to fine wine. 11:30 After a great tragedy, Monique re-grouped and is now launching a new six episode season of Wine Oh! TV with a focus on community and connecting through wine. 15:00 For Monique, connecting is key–wine is the through line for her show. 19:00 The new season is built around three big questions 1.What is the thing to drink in this location? 2.What are you going to eat? 3. What is there to do or what is culturally significant? 21:55 Monique's favorite spot to go? Northern Sonoma County of course–no kidding! 24:44 Wine of the Day: Alexander Valley Vineyards 2018 Chardonnay. Links Wine Oh! TV Alexander Valley Vineyards Ron Rubin Winery Credits: The Wine Road podcast is mixed and mastered at Threshold Studios Sebastopol, CA. http://thresholdstudios.info/
Vinene i dette afsnit er skænket af VintageWine. https://vintagewine.dk/ Smagekasse https://vintagewine.dk/shop/13-smagekasser/970-vin-for-begyndere-i-piemonte/ ........................ Vi skal en tur til Piemonte i Italien og forsøge at forstå underdelingerne i området igennem en hussmagning med tre vine fra huset Colle Manora. En hvidvin på chardonnay og viognier og to røde. En barbera med og uden fad. Hvad er Monfferato, hvordan er traditionen med hvidvin i området og hvordan smager chardonnay sammen med viognier? Hvorfra kommer Barbera-druen og i hvilket landskab hygger den sig bedst? Hvad er Superiore og hvornår kan en DOC-vin blive til en DOCG-vin? Hvordan smager druen fra omårdet med og uden fad? Hvornår begynder Italien at dominere det danske vinmarked? Vi kigger i gamle vinmagasiner og bemærker fraværet af italiensk vin førhen og svarer på et spørgsmål om hvorvidt evnen til at smage bliver forringet med alderen? Vi smager på 1) Colle Manora Mila Chardonnay Viognier 2017 https://vintagewine.dk/shop/7-vin/921-colle-manora-mila-chardonnay-viognier-2017/ 2) Colle Manora Pais Barbera del Monferrato 2021 https://vintagewine.dk/shop/7-vin/926-colle-manora-pais-barbera-del-monferrato-2021/ 3) Colle Manora Barbera D'asti Superiore Manora 2019 https://vintagewine.dk/shop/7-vin/924-colle-manora-barbera-dasti-superiore-manora-2019/ ..................... Køb bogen her: http://vinforbegyndere.com/ Besøg os på Facebook og Instagram, hvor man kan se billeder af vinene og få tips til vin og mad sammensætning. https://www.facebook.com/vinforbegyndere https://www.instagram.com/vinforbegyndere Web: https://www.radioteket.dk/ Kontakt: email@example.com Musik: Jonas Landin
If you have been curious about Amazon's Cursive wines and wondering if they are worth checking out, then this is the episode for you! We taste and review three Cursive wines - the Cursive California Chardonnay, the Cursive California Cabernet Sauvignon, and the Cursive Sparkling Brut - and we give our honest, no-holds-barred opinion on each of them. Seriously! We give you the honest scoop. We also think we have solved the mystery of who makes Amazon's Cursive wines, that is if we can trust what ChatGPT says. And, we talk a bit about private label aka custom crush wines, what a negociant is, and the magic and mystery of Amazon's physical store shopping technology, which feels like stealing until they send you the receipt! Wines reviewed in this episode: 2019 Cursive Chardonnay, 2019 Cursive Cabernet Sauvignon, and Cursive Sparkling Brut. Contact The Wine Pair Podcast - we'd love to hear from you!Visit our website, leave a review, and reach out to us: www.thewinepairpodcast.comFollow and DM us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewinepairpodcast/Send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What's the tradeoff between flavour and alcohol? How does Chardonnay lend itself to unusual food pairings? Where do you find great value in California wine? In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm chatting with Chuck Cramer, host of On The Road With Mr CA Wine. You can find the wines we discussed at https://www.nataliemaclean.com/winepicks Highlights Who were Chuck's most memorable podcast guests and why? Who would be Chuck's dream guests for his podcast? Why does Chuck consider Lodi to be the most underrated California wine region? How does the style of The Federalist Chardonnay differ from Sanford Chardonnay? Which non-traditional food pairings could you try with The Federalist Chardonnay? What's the weirdest wine and food pairing Chuck ever had? Which classic childhood food would Chuck pair with The Federalist Chardonnay? What's Chuck's controversial take on the natural wine movement? Why are low-alcohol wines less flavourful? Why is The American Vintage Chuck's favourite wine book? How can you keep your wine fresh when you don't want to finish the bottle? Which unlikely celebrity trio would Chuck like to share a bottle of wine with? If Chuck could have a billboard in California, what would it say? What wine would Chuck want to be served at his funeral? Key Takeaways Chuck gives a great explanation for the tradeoff between flavour and alcohol. I love Chuck's unusual pairings for Chardonnay. Chuck gives some great tips about finding excellent value in California wine. Join me on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube Live Join the live-stream video of this conversation on Wed at 7 pm ET on Instagram Live Video, Facebook Live Video or YouTube Live Video. I want to hear from you! What's your opinion of what we're discussing? What takeaways or tips do you love most from this chat? What questions do you have that we didn't answer? Want to know when we go live? Add this to your calendar: https://www.addevent.com/calendar/CB262621 About Chuck Cramer Chuck Cramer is a 4th generation Los Angeleno, living in London for the past 22 years. In addition to hosting a wine podcast dedicated to CA wine, On The Road With Mr CA Wine, Chuck is the director of European sales & marketing for Terlato Wines, managing a gorgeous portfolio of CA wines across the UK, Europe and the Middle East. He's also the proud dad of two beautiful women, plays tennis four times a week and bleeds Dodger Blue! To learn more, visit https://www.nataliemaclean.com/216.
Tucked into the middle of the Italian peninsula is the verdant, hilly land of Umbria. This small province is overshadowed by its neighbor, Tuscany, for many things, but Umbria has history, culture, and wine all its own. In this show, we explore the long history of Umbrian wine, what makes the province unique in its grapes and wine styles, and why Umbrian wine is too often unfairly forgotten in the pantheon of great wines of Italy. We review the three major wine regions of Umbria – Orvieto, Torgiano, and Montefalco – and give many reasons to give these wines a try. Photo: Umbrian countryside. Getty Images Here are the show notes: As of January 2023, Umbria has just 2 DOCGs, 13 DOCs, and 6 IGPs, 48% is DOP wine, 42% IGP, 10% table wine. 12,400 ha (30,600 acres) is 7.2 million cases of wine The main grapes of the region are: Sangiovese, Trebbiano Toscano, Grechetto, Sagrantino Umbria has had winemaking for more than 3000 years Climate: Landlocked Umbria has no sea breeze, although its lakes do help moderate the temperatures. The climate varies, but is mostly Mediterranean with cold, rainy winters and dry summers with abundant sunshine to ripen grapes Photo: Chiesa in Assisi. Getty Images Land Umbria is 29% Mtns, 71% hills, no plains. Most vineyards are on terraces cut into hillsides. The vineyards have good diurnals, which maintains acidity. Umbria is the only Italian region with no coastline nor a common border with another country. It is partly hilly and mountainous from the Apennines, and partly flat and fertile from the Tiber River Valley and the Umbrian valley around Perugia Grapes: 53% red/rose, 47% white Sangiovese 20% of plantings, Trebbiano Toscano –12%, Grechetto 11%, Sagrantino 7% Whites: Grechetto is two distinct grape varieties, Grechetto di Orvieto and Grechetto di Todi Grechetto di Orvieto: is light bodied, high in acidity with apple, pear, citrus, white flower notes Grechetto di Todi is Pignoletto (called that in Emilia Romagna). It is very floral with a soft mouthfeel Trebbiano Spoletino: Only found in Umbria around Spoleto and Montefalco. This wine is like limes, it can range from light to heavy and high in alcohol and can be barrel aged, or made into orange wine – no set identity Reds: Sangiovese and Sagrantino with Colorino, Mammolo, Vernaccia Nera International grapes: Cab, Merlot, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc for, Umbria Indicazione Geografica Tipica (IGT) Photo: Sagrantino. Getty Images Orvieto Producing wine since the Middle Ages when it was a famed sweet wine, today this wine is more of a dry white. Despite a long history, Orvieto was the victim of overproduction in the 1960s and its reputation suffered There are many styles and it is Umbria's biggest appellation – 10%+ of all Umbrian wine production Known for whites made of mostly Trebbiano and Grechetto, DOC Orvieto and Orvieto Classico. Other grapes include: Malvasia Bianco, Drupeggio, Verdello, Canaiolo bianco Styles: very simple and boring from Trebbiano or wines that use more Grechetto Red wine and 8 varietal wines sold under Rosso Orvietano DOC—French grapes plust Aleatico, Barbera, Canaiolo, Colorino, Dolcetto, Montepulciano, Sangiovese, Cesanese, Ciliegiolo Torgiano Wine made in hills around Torgiano, southeast of Perugia where a tributary joins Tiber River Torgiano DOC is 81 ha/200 acres, 40K cases Whites: Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Trebbiano, Riesling Italico (Welschriesling) (Labeled by grape, 85%+ of grape in bottle), Torgiano Bianco – 50-70% Trebbiano Toscano with Grechetto Reds: Cabernet, Merlot, Pinot Nero, Sangiovese (known for elegance, high-quality Sangiovese). Rosso di Torgiano DOC is made with 50–100% Sangiovese Rosato of Sangiovese min 50% and other approved native grapes Torgiano Rosso Riserva DOCG, can age for decades It must be made with 70–100% Sangiovese with other native grapes. It must age at least three years before release The Lungarotti family is famed in Torgiano growing area Montefalco and Sagrantino Montefalco Sagrantino – DOCG 1992 Montefalco is ancient hilltop town and its specialty is Sagrantino – a dry, powerful, complex red grape with herbal notes that is made into the Montefalco Sagrantino DOCG wine, a famed wine that is aged a minimum of 37 months, 12 in barrel, 4 in bottle minimum With vines on the slopes of the hills, around the ancient town of Montefalco, and in surrounding villages, this area has a continental, that is warm and dry. Montefalco Sagrantino used to be a sweet wine but evolved into the dry version, which is one of the great reds of Italy Notable winerw are: Scaccia Diavoli, Fratelli Pardi and Arnaldo Caprai Montefalco Sagrantino is on only 990 acres/400 ha, producing just 108,000 case (5 year average) Montefalco DOC Established as a DOC in 1979, and lying on just 524 ha/1294 acres, this DOC Makes: Bianco: Grechetto, Trebbiano (Minimum of Trebbiano Spoletino with other native non aromatic whites). There is a varietal Grechetto as well Rosso: 60-80% Sangiovese, 10–25% Sagrantino with a maximum 30% with other native reds Photo: The wine we drank during the show. Other DOCs: Assisi, Amelia, Colli Altotiberini, Colli Perugini, Lago di Corbara, Spoleto, Todi, Collie Martani, Colli del Trasimeno All are the same combo of grapes Whites: Grechetto and Trebbiano for whites with supporting native and non-native grapes Reds: Sangiovese with native and French grapes _______________________________________________________________ I could not be happier to announce my partnership with Wine Access, once again. For 2023, I will be working with this outstanding company, which is my go-to source for the best selection of interesting wines you can't find locally. Every box you get from Wine Access is meticulous -- tasting notes with food and wine pairing, serving temperature suggestions, and perfectly stored wine. It's no wonder that Wine Access was rated the best wine club by New York Times Wirecutter and is the official partner and wine provider of The MICHELIN Guide. Go to www.wineaccess.com/normal to sign up for their daily emails and get 10% your first order.Wine Access is a class act -- check them out today! Is the podcast worth the price of a bottle or two of wine a year to you? If so, please become a member of Patreon... you'll get even more great content, live interactions and classes! www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes __________________________________________ Sources: https://italianwinecentral.com/ THE GRAPES AND WINES OF ITALY: The definitive compendium region by region, Ian d'Agata, Michelle Longo Native Grapes of Italy, Ian d'Agata https://www.consorziomontefalco.it/en/montefalco-sagrantino-docg/ https://sommconusa.com/orvieto-doc-home-to-one-of-the-greatest-white-wines-of-italy/
Roger Obando, CTO at Loyalsnap and Co founder of Baker Technologies (acquired by TILT Holdings), joins the show to talk aboutThe evolution of the cannabis space, customer segmentation in weed, and the customer profile of the Chardonnay mom!Roger and team's experience raising capital for Baker, and his experience authoring his book, "The Highest Common Denominator", The differences of being a CTO that takes a company from 0 to 1 and a CTO that takes a company from 1 to 100 (and beyond).
Grace Hood, wine educator and certified sommelier, and Robert Tas visit the legendary Polo Lounge inside the Beverly Hills Hotel. Grace kicks off the review with a few tantalizing cocktails before diving into the wine list where she discovers Wines reviewed include: 2017 Chardonnay, Patz & Hall, Dutton Ranch, Russian River Valley 2019 Chardonnay, Domaine Laroche, Saint Martin Chablis, France 2017 Pinot Noir, Dierberg, The Beverly Hills Hotel, Santa Barbara County For more information on today's episode, and the wines you love to love, visit www.corkrules.com.
It's the first guest of the season: the girls welcome fashion designer and megababe Hannah Cawley, founder of Cawley Studio. They slice up an anchovy flatbread, washed down with the N28 Chardonnay from Xige Estate. The conversation ranges from Prince Harry word vomit, why we hate Buccal fat removal to why you should always order chips with a roast.Recorded and mixed by Jacob Oak WelshArtwork by Martha CrosbieMusic is Horrible by MelaDM us your agony aunt questions at @illhavewhatsheshavingpodFollow us on Instagram @sophiewyburd @hannahcrosb Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Afsnittet er optaget på Admiral Hotel. https://admiralhotel.dk/ Som lytter af Vin for begyndere kan du benytte koden VFB20, hvis du booker overnatning på hotellet. Koden indløser 20% rabat på alle værelser og en hel flaske Champagne Henriot Brut Souverain på værelset ved ankomst. Denne rabat gælder for bookinger i hele februar, marts og april 2023. Dog ikke d. 1. - 4. Marts 2023. Bookingen skal foretages senest 31. marts. ……………. I dette afsnit blindsmager 40 gæster på seks glas chardonnay. Tre fra Bourgogne og tre fra Californien. Gæsterne vurderer vinene med et 5-points-system og ved ikke, hvad der er i glassene eller hvornår, det er fransk eller amerikansk. Alt sammen for at finde ud af, om det er fransk eller amerikansk vin, der skal vinde konkurrencen. Pointssytemet ser sådan ud: 1 = Dårlig vin/ubalanceret 2 = God vin 3 = Rigtig god vin 4 = Fremragende vin 5 = Sublim vin (den bedste jeg længe har smagt) Hvad er historien omkring den oprindelige “The Paris Tasting” i 1976, hvordan blev den afviklet og hvad skete der, som ændrede vinhistorien? Hvor kommer chardonnay fra og hvordan rimer druen på Bourgogne? Hvor fadglad er man i Bourgogne og hvad er der sket på smagen af chardonnay fra området gennem tiden? Hvornår og hvordan kom chardonnay til Californien og hvordan har smagen udviklet sig gennem tiden i området? Hvilke kloner benytter man i Bourgogne og Californien? I 1976 havde fire af de hvide ikke gennemgået malolaktisk 2. gæring - hvad har det mon betydet for resultatet og hvad kan man analysere ift. smagspræferencerne dengang? Til slut afslører vi hvilket land, der vinder i hvidvinskategorien, hvilken vin der vinder og hvilke seks hvidvine, vi har smagt. …………….. KØB BOGEN HER http://vinforbegyndere.com/ Besøg os på Facebook og Instagram, hvor man kan se billeder af vinene og få tips til vin og mad sammensætning. https://www.facebook.com/vinforbegyndere https://www.instagram.com/vinforbegyndere Web: https://www.radioteket.dk/ Kontakt: email@example.com Musik: Jonas Landin
Winemaster Randy Ullom shares a glass of Chardonnay with Trish and spills the beans on how he got that title. Randy was recently named "American Wine Legend" in Wine Enthusiast's Wine Star Awards. He talks about growing up with a winemaking dad (he did it as a hobby), his adventures in Chile, and that lightbulb moment when he decided winemaking was what he wanted to pursue. After a few years in Chile, he moved back to the states to go to school to study viticulture and enology. He worked at some wineries in Ohio and upstate New York, but in 1981, Sonoma called and Randy says he didn't look back. After working at DeLoach Vineyards, he got a job at Kendall Jackson and he says things really took off. He's coming up on 3 decades at the winery and talks about harvest, the initiatives he helped put in place, and why the winery is known for its Chardonnay. *This episode sponsored by Tap & Vine 559 : THE place to eat, meet and drink in Southern Oregon.*
Are you curious about California wine, especially the differences between the various regions? What big trends have changed the California wines you drink for the past 5 years? What would surprise you most about the Napa wine region? In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm chatting with Chuck Cramer, host of On The Road With Mr CA Wine. You can find the wines we discussed at https://www.nataliemaclean.com/winepicks Highlights What was it like for Chuck to do stand-up comedy for the first time in London? How does California's Terlato Wines gain access to small European markets that can't ship directly from California? Why does Chuck love changing people's minds when it comes to Chardonnay? Why Chuck did start his podcast, On The Road With Mr CA Wine? How did Chuck integrate a signature California vibe into his podcast? What's behind the huge value and opportunity created by having a podcast? What do you need to know about the California wine industry? Which California wine regions should you be aware of? Which California wine trends have emerged over the last 5-10 years? Key Takeaways California has an incredible number of wine regions that exhibit a diverse range of climates and soils. Several big trends, such as more regional specificity and lower alcohol wines, among others, have changed the California wines we drink over the past 5 years. Although the Napa wine region is renowned, it represents only 4% of all California wine produced. Now that's great brand marketing and quality. Join me on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube Live Join the live-stream video of this conversation on Wed at 7 pm ET on Instagram Live Video, Facebook Live Video or YouTube Live Video. I want to hear from you! What's your opinion of what we're discussing? What takeaways or tips do you love most from this chat? What questions do you have that we didn't answer? Want to know when we go live? Add this to your calendar: https://www.addevent.com/calendar/CB262621 About Chuck Cramer Chuck Cramer is a 4th generation Los Angeleno, living in London for the past 22 years. In addition to hosting a wine podcast dedicated to CA wine, On The Road With Mr CA Wine, Chuck is the director of European sales & marketing for Terlato Wines, managing a gorgeous portfolio of CA wines across the UK, Europe and the Middle East. He's also the proud dad of two beautiful women, plays tennis four times a week and bleeds Dodger Blue! To learn more, visit https://www.nataliemaclean.com/215.
Disney's Updated Offer of Free Dining is a Twist on the Old Way, but there's a CatchYou can now get up to a $750 Disney Dining Promo Card when you book a non-discounted 5-night, 4-day vacation package that includes a room at a select Disney Deluxe Resort or Disney Deluxe Villa Resort and theme park ticket(s).The offer is valid for arrivals most nights July 1 to July 10, 2023 and August 1 to September 14, 2023. A lower-value Disney Dining Promo Card may also be available when you purchase this package during other select summer arrival dates.After checking in you'll get an email with the amount credited to you via Disney Gift Card. Only good at participating food and beverage locations. You then present the barcode when you're paying and it will be deducted from the credit. You can see remaining balance as well.It's not a blanket $750 dining card. These are the values for July 1 - 10 and August 1 - September 14, 2023: Up to $150 per night at Deluxe Villas and Resorts Up to $100 per night on select Moderate Resorts Up to $50 per night on select Value Resorts From June 25 - 30 and July 11 - 31 the values are as follows: Up to $125 per night at Deluxe Villas and Resorts Up to $75 per night on select Moderate Resorts Up to $35 per night on select Value Resorts --Disney Eats Foodie Guide to the 2023 EPCOT International Festival of the ArtsThe EPCOT International Festival of the Arts runs from January 13 to February 20, 2023 and celebrates the creation and beauty of cuisines, music, and art.Pop Eats (Near Port of Entry)Food Items: Tomato Soup with grilled cheese Tomato Soup with pimento cheese, bacon, and fried green tomato grilled cheese (New) TOP PICK Almond Frangipane Cake layered with raspberry jam and Belgian chocolate (Wonderful Walk of Colorful Cuisine Item) Beverages: Brooklyn Brewery Pulp Art Hazy IPA Bleu Spectrum: Blanc de Bleu Cuveé Mousseux with boba pearls The Deconstructed Dish (Near Port of Entry)Food Items: Deconstructed BLT: Pork belly, soft-poached egg, onion bread pudding, watercress espuma, and tomato jam Deconstructed French Onion Soup: Beef broth ravioli, gruyère cream, onion bread pudding, and onion textures Deconstructed Key Lime Pie: Flexible Key lime curd, “Key lime” mousse, graham cracker cake, and meringues (Wonderful Walk of Colorful Cuisine Item) Beverages: Deconstructed Apple Pie à la Mode: Apple-cinnamon gelato, cinnamon apple cider, apple pie filling, and streusel (Non-alcoholic) Wicked Weed Brewing Blank Canvas Belgian Blonde Witbier Deco Delights (Near Port of Entry) Food Items: Dulce Chocolate Mousse with chocolate crémeux and dark chocolate truffle Decadent Valrhona Chocolate with dark chocolate mousse, chocolate brownie, and cassis mousse Orange Mousse with Lemon Cake and Raspberry Meringues (Wonderful Walk of Colorful Cuisine Item) Beverages: 3 Daughters Brewing Strawberry Blonde Nitro 81Bay Brewing Co. Vanilla Porter Playalinda Brewing Co. Milk Stout Espresso Martini featuring Boyd & Blair Potato Vodka (New) Neapolitan Beer Flight The Craftsman's Courtyard (Near Creations Shop)Food Items: Beef Wellington: Mushroom duxelles, prosciutto, and puff pastry with red wine demi-glace and baby vegetables Cast Iron-roasted P.E.I. Mussels with sautéed tomatoes, garlic, and fresh herbs Beverages: BrewDog Jet Black Heart Nitro Oatmeal Stout (New) Cold Fashion Coffee Cocktail Refreshment OutpostFood Items: Plant-based Bratwurst with spicy turmeric aïoli, coffee barbecue jackfruit, and slaw (Plant-based item) Artist Palette Jumbo Chocolate Chip Cookie Soft-serve Waffle Cone: DOLE Whip, salted-caramel soft-serve, or swirl Beverages: Ivanhoe Park Brewing Co. Berries & Cream Sour Berliner (New) TOP PICK Left Hand Brewing Co. Wook Bait IPA (New) Central 28 Beer Company Wall Art Brown Ale Pastoral Palate (Germany) Food Items: Red Wine-braised Beef Short Rib with parsnip purée, broccolini, baby tomatoes, and aged balsamic Wild Boar Cassoulet with duck confit, ham hock, and wild boar sausage Black Forest Cake: Chocolate Mousse with morello cherries and Chantilly cream (New) Beverages: 3 Daughters Brewing Rosé Hard Cider 81Bay Brewing Co. Rosé Blonde Ale Frozen Rosé A Play on Rosé Flight Marietta Old Vine Rosé The Artist's Table (The American Adventure) Food Items: Three-Meat Meatloaf with “Peas and Carrots”: Green pea pudding, carrot ketchup, shaved carrot salad, and snap peas (New) TOP PICK Duck and Dumplings: Smoked duck breast, ricotta dumplings, petite vegetables, and duck jus (New) Hummingbird Cake: Banana cake with pineapple, coconut, pecans, and cream cheese frosting with banana sorbet (New) Beverages: Sipping Chocolate Flight: White, milk, and dark chocolates (Non-alcoholic) Boulevard Brewing Co. Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale (New) Parish Brewing Co. South Coast Session Amber Ale (New) Brewery Ommegang Three Philosophers Belgian Quad (New) Lange Estate Winery Pinot Noir Symphony in Chocolate Flight: Mozart Chocolate Liqueurs paired with sipping chocolates Beer Flight Tangierine Café: Flavors of the Medina (Morocco)Food Items: Carrots Three Ways: Chermoula-spiced grilled carrots, pickled carrots, and carrot ginger purée (Plant-based item) (Gluten/ Wheat Friendly) House-made Crispy Almond Phyllo Pockets with white chocolate pomegranate and milk chocolate orange Beverages: Chai Tea Mint Sparkler featuring Twinings Chai Tea with Sprite (Non-alcoholic) Stem Ciders Flockstar Hard Cider Blake's Hard Cider Co. Mule de Pomme: Pomegranate, ginger, and lime hard cider 3 Daughters Brewing Chai Hard Cider Chai Tea Mint Mimosa featuring Twinings Chai Tea with Key lime sparkling wine and mint Cider Flight Vibrante & Vívido: Encanto Cocina (Between Morocco & France) Food Items: Chorizo and Potato Empanada with turmeric aïoli and annatto aïoli (Wonderful Walk of Colorful Cuisine Item) Spicy Ajiaco Soup with guajillo and árbol chili-spiced chicken, potato, avocado, corn, and crème fraîche (Gluten/ Wheat Friendly) Passion Fruit Mousse with dragon fruit jam (Gluten/ Wheat Friendly) Beverages: Coconut and Passion Fruit Smoothie (Non-alcoholic) Frozen Piña Colada Passion Fruit Daiquiri Refreshment Port (Near Canada)Food Items: Gnocchi Poutine with red wine-braised beef, cheese curds, basil, and burrata Artist Palette Jumbo Chocolate Chip Cookie Soft-serve Waffle Cone: DOLE Whip Strawberry, DOLE Whip Lemon, or swirl Beverages: Blood Orange Cosmo: Boyd & Blair Potato Vodka with blood orange, cranberry, and lime Boulevard Brewing Co. Quirk Blueberry Lemon & Lavender Hard Seltzer (New) Gourmet Landscapes (Canada) Food Items: Blood Orange-braised Beet Tartare with mustard vinaigrette, pickled clamshell mushrooms, and golden beets (Wonderful Walk of Colorful Cuisine Item) (Plant-based Item) (Gluten/ Wheat Friendly) Roasted Bone Marrow with onion marmalade, pickled mushrooms, and petite lettuce Wild Mushroom Risotto with aged Parmesan, truffle shavings, and zinfandel reduction Beverages: Whole Hog Brewery Raspberry Chéret Double Radler Schlumberger Cuvée Klimt Brut The Meeker Vineyard Winemaker's Handprint Merlot Frozen Rusty Nail Cocktail Moderne (Near Test Track) Food Items: Compressed Watermelon Tataki with pickled watermelon rind, yuzu pearls, watermelon foam, and wasabi (New) TOP PICK (Plant-based Item) Angry Crab: Whole crispy soft-shell crab with green papaya salad, mango-sriracha fluid gel, and coconut-lime foam with pomegranate and mango crush pearls (New) Pan-seared Scallops with vanilla-butternut squash purée, brown butter cauliflower purée, and lime foam (Wonderful Walk of Colorful Cuisine Item) The Tropics: Lilikoi mousse, guava cake, coconut crémeux, compressed pineapple, and mango gel (New) Beverages: Watermelon Mary featuring Boyd & Blair Potato Vodka (New) Lohr Riesling (New) Figment's Inspiration Station at the Odyssey: Art, Food, and Little Sparks of Magic Food Items: Fruit Pizza: Watermelon, compressed cantaloupe, berries, and berry balsamic (New) (Plant-based Item) (Gluten/ Wheat Friendly) Pop't Art: Sugar Cookie with blueberry filling (Wonderful Walk of Colorful Cuisine Item) Rainbow Cake with freeze-dried SKITTLES bite sized candies Figment Premium Popcorn Bucket with rainbow popcorn (Limit 2 per person) Beverages: Grape Smoothie with freeze-dried SKITTLES bite sized candies (Non-alcoholic) (New) TOP PICK 3 Daughters Brewing Black Cherry Hard Cider (New) TOP PICK 3 Daughters Brewing Blood Orange Hard Cider (New) 3 Daughters Brewing Passion Fruit Hard Cider (New) Rainbow Cider Flight (New) 81Bay Brewing Co. Green with Envy Blonde Ale (New) 81Bay Brewing Co. Blue Butterfly Lager (New) Urban Artifact The Gadget Raspberry & Blackberry Midwest Fruit Tart (New) Rainbow Beer Flight (New) Connections Café Food Item: Figment Liege Waffle (New) TOP PICK Connections EateryBeverage: Dusk ‘Til Dawn: Three Olives Blueberry Vodka, lemonade, and orange juice with cotton candyL'Art de la Cuisine Française (France)Food Items: Crème de Brie en Petit Pain: Warm creamy brie in a house-made bread bowl Croissant à la Truffle Noir d'Hiver: Black winter truffle croissant Mille-Feuille de Betteraves aux Herbes et Noix de Cajoux: Plant-based napoleon with beets, cashew-herb filling, pepper-pine nut sauce, and balsamic vinegar caviar (New) (Plant-based Item) Moelleux aux Noisettes et Chocolats Valrhona: Molten chocolate and hazelnut cake with pure origin Valrhona chocolates and passion fruit-mango sauce Beverages: Frozen French Martini: Grey Goose Vodka, vodka, chambord liqueur, pineapple, orange, and grape juices with lemon-lime foam Charles Lafitte, Brut Rosé Prestige, Méthode Traditionnelle Champenoise, French Rosé Sparkling Wine Domaine Raphaël Sallet, Mâcon-Uchizy Les Maranches 2020, Chardonnay, Mâconnais, Burgundy (New) Cîroc Sunset Citrus Vodka Spritz (New) El Artista Hambriento (Mexico)Food Items: Carne Asada: Chipotle-marinated beef sirloin, sweet potato purée, and crispy-fried onions (New) Huarache de Champiñones: Guajillo chile and corn masa huarache with pinto beans, oyster mushrooms, Nopales, queso fresco, and pea tendrils (New) Flan de Coco: Coconut flan, guava sauce, and whipped cream (New) (Gluten/ Wheat Friendly) Beverages: Mexican Craft Beer: Cielito Lindo Artisanal Mexican Craft Beer Bombon Margarita “Marshmallow”: Ilegal Mezcal Reposado, marshmallow cordial, lime juice, agave nectar and a hint of coffee and elderflower served with a toasted marshmallow (New) TOP PICK Las Californias: Tromba Blanco Tequila, strawberry-lime purée, and Las Californias Citrus Mexican Gin (New) Goshiki (Japan)Food Items: Rainbow Katsu Sando: Pork cutlet sandwich with tangy tonkatsu sauce and cabbage in rainbow sweet bread (New) Sushi Donut: Donut-shaped sushi featuring salmon, tuna, shrimp, cucumber, and sesame seed over a decorated plate of wasabi aïoli, sriracha aïoli, and eel sauce Ichigo Daifuku: Mixed berry mochi, sweet azuki bean paste, and mascarpone (New) Beverages: Sui Sui Watercolor Lager (New) Masu Sake in a traditional personalized wooden cup Purple Yuzu Sake Lemonade: Sake cocktail infused with butterfly pea flower and yuzu lemonade (New) The Painted Panda (China)Food Items: General Tso's Chicken Shumai Char Siu Pork Bun Beverages: “Panda” Bubble Milk Tea with black tea, milk, chocolate, and tapioca boba pearls (Non-alcoholic) Lucky Foo Pale Ale Silk Road Hard Lemonade with Smirnoff Vodka, lavender-coconut syrup, and lemonade (New) Sea Butterfly: Butterfly Pea Flower-infused cocktail with Smirnoff Vodka, light rum, lychee syrup, and magic boba pearls L'Arte di Mangiare (Italy)Food Items: Mozzarella Fritta: Flash-fried breaded fresh mozzarella with artist palette condiments (New) TOP PICK Ravioli ai Funghi, Perle Tartufate: Wild mushroom-stuffed pasta with truffle butter and truffle pearls (New) Budino al Cioccolato: Chocolate pudding with colorful chocolate décor (New) Beverages: Peroni Pilsner Chianti Prosecco Italian Sangria Red or White Italian Margarita with tequila and limoncello Amaretto Bellini: DISARONNO Originale Liqueur, white peach purée, and prosecco Funnel CakeMocha Funnel Cake: Mini Funnel Cake with cappuccino ice cream topped with chocolate whipped cream and M&M'S chocolate candies (New) Joffrey's Coffee & Tea CompanyWorld Discovery (Near Mission: SPACE) – Amber Frost: An artistic blend of frozen lemon ice, a splash of Minute Maid Premium Lemonade, blood orange, and orange popping boba pearls (New) (Alcoholic version available with Grey Goose Vodka)Near Canada – Magenta Frost: An artistic blend of frozen lemon ice, a splash of Minute Maid Premium Lemonade, dragon fruit, and dragon fruit popping boba pearls (New) (Alcoholic version available with Grey Goose Vodka) Showcase Plaza (Near Disney Traders) – Jade Frost: An artistic blend of frozen lemon ice, a splash of Minute Maid Premium Lemonade, green apple, and green apple popping boba pearls (New) (Alcoholic version available with Grey Goose Vodka)The American Adventure – Cerulean Frost: An artistic blend of frozen lemon ice, a splash of Minute Maid Premium Lemonade, blue raspberry, and blueberry popping boba pearls 6.39 (New) TOP PICK (Alcoholic version available with Grey Goose Vodka) --Thank You for Listening to the Disney Travel PodcastThank you very much for listening to this episode, Amelia and I hope that you enjoyed it. 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Getting to Mount Eden Vineyards in California's Santa Cruz Mountains is an adventure! The drive is up a twisty mountain road with lots of hairpin turns and steep drop offs. A good portion of the road - at the topmost part - is unpaved. But then you arrive at the peak, 2000 feet above Silicon Valley, and the breathtaking views, not to mention the wines, are totally worth the journey. The Marys sit down with winemaker Jeffrey Patterson, one of the best known vintners in the Santa Cruz Mountains AVA, and all of California. He's been crafting world class Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon from this historic vineyard for more than 40 years. Join us and discover the magic of Mount Eden.
On this week's Crime Book Chat - January 2023 episode, Christie & Cathi get up close and personal with four delightful crime fiction authors, Mindy Carlson (Her Dying Day), Meredith Hambrock (Other People's Secrets), Raquel V. Reyes (Calypso, Corpses, and Cooking), and M. E. Roche (A Haunting on Dunbar Lane). We learned the stories behind the stories and had a few laughs along the way. These generous and successful writers give writing tips and even a creepy tale or two. You won't be disappointed if you are looking for laughs, insights, and inspiration! Episode Highlights: (11:20) Halloween décor turned deadly (12:45) Dumpster baby embraces her identity (14:55) Agatha Christie's disappearance (16.16) Chardonnay to the rescue (18:37) Ghosts appear (seriously)
Building an entire ecosystem in the desert requires water at its core. With a 3,000-ha property that includes 2,000ha of vineyards, a winery, and a town to support it, Raimat, part of the Cordorniu Group, has been at the forefront of sustainability, particularly with water efficiency. Joan Esteve, General Manager, explains how >€5M of investment has substantially reduced water usage and made the property more sustainable, which in his mind, is leaving it a better place for future generations. Detailed Show Notes: Raimat overviewPurchased in 1914, it was a desert 150km west of BarcelonaContinental climate, no Mediterranean influenceClose to the Pyrenees, water from snow melt~3,000 ha (~7,400 acres) property~2,000 acres of vineyards, ~40% (Pinot Noir, Chardonnay) goes to Cordorniu, rest for Raimat's still wines (~12M bottles/year)Had to build a town to support farmingWinery and town designed by a disciple of Gaudi100% organic, many sustainability certificationsTons of biodiversity - e.g., releasing Turons (i.e., wild ferrets) to control the rabbit populationSustainability definition - “leaving a better world than how we found it”Founder of Wineries for Climate Protection in Spain - requires 5% average annual water and energy savingsWater efficiency projects:Built ~€4M water pipe to replace the channel that supplies Raimat water1m diameter with natural pressureOriginally a > 50-year payback projectSaves 15% water (no evaporation, losses), ~2,700 MWh/year of energy / equivalent to ~1,400 tons CO2/yearIrrigation optimizationDeveloped by Cordorniu Research InstituteDynamically applies water based on differences in soil, grape variety, desired wine style, and vine ageSaves ~10% of waterSpun off company Agropixel to consult other wineries on precision viticulturePartial Root DryingIt uses two irrigation lines and rotates irrigation every 15-20 daysIt makes the vine believe it's under water stress when it's not~40% water savings, slightly lower yields, better qualityConducting on ~300ha~20-25% more expensive (mostly additional irrigation line)Total vineyard water savings of ~30%Cellar water optimizationMeasured water consumption in different parts of the wineryFixed leaksUse tools to reduce usage (e.g., hot water vs. cold for cleaning, nozzles for hoses, UV light to disinfect tanks)Total water efficiency investments ~€5.1M (~€4M pipe, ~€1M vineyards, ~€100k cellar)Future efficiency - believes Raimat may need to use more water to offset the impacts of global warmingWater from the Pyrenees is not at risk as the region primarily produces corn and alfalfa, which use significantly more water than grapes (~800mm water/year vs. ~150mm for grapes)ROI challenging for sustainability investmentsOwners (now majority owned by The Carlyle Group) usually require < 3-Year payback on investmentsWater pipe investment made by the family as a legacy for future generationsQuality was the main rationale behind water efficiency investmentsAdvice for the industryIt's good business to be efficientAgriculture is slow, needs longer payback hurdles, and can use quality improvements to justify the investmentThe quality impact is significant; small amounts of compounds can impact the entire production Get access to library episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Not only is Tinx dubbed “Tiktok's big sister,” she's also dubbed “extremely lovely podcast guest” by me! It was honestly such a joy to talk with Tinx, she is incredibly smart, sensitive and aware-- all of which is super refreshing! I love when women know how they are and what they want! We talk all about the joys of casual dinner parties, the best martinis in the world, and why Tinx always keeps a steak in her freezer. Here are the champagnes I told Tinx to keep in her fridge: Ruppert-Leroy, Papillon, Blanc de Noirs, Brut Nature, Pinot Noir, 2019 Michel Gonet, Les 3 Terroirs, Extra Brut, Blanc de Blancs, Chardonnay, 2017 Featured Wines: Benjamin Leroux, Bourgogne, Pinot Noir, 2020 2021 Lorenza Picpoul Blanc Hosted and Executive Produced by Helen Johannesen. Produced by Dear Media.
New York Wines are rising. The Northeastern US has some great land, and the seasons seem to bestow a tremendous agricultural palette here. Vintners have been tapping into that and settling in to make quality wines like Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Malbec, Rieslings, and Chardonnay among the styles you'll find. Discover some of that potential at the link https://www.decanter.com/wine/the-rise-of-new-york-state-wine-492044/ Lager Has Arrived! Are you ready for it? For years I kept hearing that lager was coming. Now, though, it feels different. I started seeing more and different lagers popping onto taproom lists during the summer. Dark lagers replaced Märzen and sat alongside fall beers, and breweries sending out their beer calendars have regular lager releases scheduled. Still, some are doing it better than others, find out who and help spread the Gospel of Lager at the link https://www.craftbeer.com/full-pour/spreading-the-gospel-of-lager The third story after this - The Boozebuddy Update is brought to you by Green Mountain Payments - helping local business owners save thousands of dollars by providing complimentary credit card processing equipment and zero cost credit card processing. Visit greenmountainpayments.com or posandzero.com today! Brandy Time! In the United States, it used to be known as Applejack. Have you tried Applejack? And no I don't mean Apple Pie Moonshine (though it's great too). As distillers have risen and learned how to make it even better - the informal name has been dropped, and new ingredients are making their way into the mix. Peach, Watermelon, Smoked Ham, Pear, and even Douglas Fir - we have distillers from all over who are making some interesting and delicious-sounding blends. Hit the link for the list. https://www.winemag.com/2022/12/28/american-brandy/ Remember to stay safe, drive sober and support the booze that supports your local community. Have a comment, question, or story suggestion? Reach out to me at boozebuddyupdate.com Buy me a Beer and get merch - https://ko-fi.com/boozebuddy Find all the show notes, links and suggest a story at https://BoozebuddyUpdate.com *Affiliate links below* El Gato Retractable Green Screen - https://amzn.to/3gKm4jr LED Streaming Key Light Desktop - https://amzn.to/3TYfV10 GoProHero 10 - https://amzn.to/3N98nGU sE7 Microphone - https://amzn.to/3VVhUoV Audient iD4 Audio Interface - https://amzn.to/3D94jS5 Mic to Interface Cable - https://amzn.to/3sxODDk #theboozebuddyupdate #boozebuddy #boozebuddyupdate #beerindustry #boozenews #booze #newyork #wineries #winelover #winetime #vintner #lager #pilsner #dunkel #lagerbeer #beer #beerus #beerme #brandy #applejack #applebrandy #liquor #spirits #distillery the boozebuddy update, beer industry, global news, booze news, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Malbec, Rieslings, Chardonnay, NY, New York, Adirondacks, Finger Lakes, NY Wine, Lager, Munich dunkel, schwarzbier, pilsner, BarrieHaus Beer Co., Jack's Abby, Tivoli Brewing, Brandy, apple brandy, Peach, Watermelon, Smoked Ham, Pear, Douglas Fir, --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/boozebuddy/support
Our 5th trip on our Idaho Road Trip lands us at the sweet space occupied by Fujishin Cellars! Join us as we chat with wine maker and owner Martin Fujishin! Martin has been working in the wine industry for 19 years and is currently a winemaker in Idaho. The Idaho wine industry is rapidly evolving and Martin has seen changes in consumer preferences, particularly a shift towards red wine. Martin and his partner Teresa prioritize accessibility in their wines and have developed a reputation as a serious wine region. They make small batches of wine, with an average size of 200 cases, and work with a variety of vineyards to have control over the entire wine-making process. Martin and his team have also created a sweet pink blend called "Bubble Bath Blush" that has gained popularity with consumers. Martin values creating wines that appeal to new wine drinkers and not just those who are serious about wine.Martin is a winemaker in Idaho who has been in the industry for 19 years. He and his partner Teresa started their business with a focus on Riesling and Chardonnay, but have since adapted to the changing consumer market and now produce a variety of red wines as well. They prioritize making their wines accessible and enjoyable for all types of consumers, including those who are new to wine. Martin has a background in vineyard management and sources grapes from a range of vineyards, including those he used to work with. The business produces around 6,000 cases of wine per year, with an average batch size of 200 cases. One of their most popular wines is the "Amatino," a red blend named after the founders' screen names in the game World of Warcraft. They also have a sweet pink blend called "Bubble Bath Blush," which has gained a following among both new and seasoned wine drinkers. Overall, Martin enjoys the diversity and challenges of the wine industry and is constantly seeking ways to adapt and evolve their business to meet the changing needs of consumers.
If you want to find more about the winemaking process and facilities of one of Napa Valley's longest-running wineries, visit Madonna Estate (707-255-8864) in Carneros for their comprehensive winery tours! Go to https://madonnaestate.com to find out more! Madonna Estate 5400 Old Sonoma Road, Napa, CA 94559, United States Website http://www.madonnaestate.com Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom Simoneau, co-owner of Simoneau Vineyards is here with his annual Wines of the Year show for 2022, on California Wine Country with Steve Jaxon, Harry Duke and Dan Berger. Every year, Tom Simoneau brings us his favorite wines of the year at the end of December. You can hear the episodes for 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 here on the CWC website and you can read about the years 2017, 2016 and 2015 on Tom's website. Book of the Year Food IQ, 100 Questions, Answers, and Recipes to Raise Your Cooking Smarts by Daniel Holzman & Matt Rodbard. ($35) You're probably thinking Food IQ? Is that a wine book? Well, wine is food, sans aucune doute, e senza dubbio! The more you become involved with wine, you will tend to choose wine to match what you're serving for dinner. So this fun and informative cookbook will help even the most timid cook take a walk on the wild side! The extensive website is a bonus, www.foodiq.co On the following list of Tom Simoneau's Wines of the Year for 2022, the wines are listed with their approximate retail price, and those available at Bottle Barn are marked with @BB after the price. Best Whites Sparkling Wine Caraccioli Cellars 2016 Blanc de Blancs, Escolle Vineyards, Santa Lucia Highlands, $85. I love my job! Every year I discover something new. This year it's Caraccioli Cellars. This sparkler took my breath away. Tiny, tiny bubbles that tickle the tongue. Can a glass smile? With this wine in it, it does. Winemaker Scott Caraccioli says all the wines he makes are estate grown, so he has complete control. And it shows up in the glass. They make small lots, so their wine club is highly recommended. caracciolicellars.com Chardonnay Cuvaison 2020 Coeurtina, Napa Valley, Los Carneros, $60. We recently learned that there are now 8 billion people in the world today. That's almost as many Chardonnay brands on the market! But, I'm up to the challenge. I'll taste them all so you don't have to. This Cuvaison Coeurtina Chard is one you do not want to miss. From its shimmering gold color, to its floral aroma and complex mouth feel, what else do you need? Maybe a nice piece of salmon? Check out their beautiful facility in Carneros. cuvaison.com Click the logo to visit our sponsor Bottle Barn online for the coolest bargains on wine, beer and spirits. Sauvignon Blanc Dry Creek Vineyards 50th Anniversary 2021 Fume Blanc, Sonoma County, $16, @ BB All together now - Celebration now, come on, du ta du da du du. Not much of a singer but Dry Creek Vineyards brings me to song. Celebrating 50 years, that's a long time! 50 years ago founder Dave Stare planted Sauvignon Blanc in Dry Creek Valley. Today his daughter, Kim and her husband, Don Wallace, run the winery. Can I call them the first family of Dry Creek Valley? Why not! Here's to the next 50! drycreekvineyard.com Off Dry White Morgan 2021 Double L Vineyard Riesling, Santa Lucia Highlands, $24, @BB. Morgan opened their doors in 1982 after Dan Morgan Lee met a banker that shared his vision of starting a winery. That banker would eventually become his wife. Wondering what a really good California Riesling tastes like, wonder no more. From grapes grown on the only certified organic vineyard in the Santa Lucia Highland. These foot stomped grapes made a 10.6% alc. wine showing apple and white peach, more fruity than sweet. Kabinett style. Bright and dry. morganwinery.com Most Fun Wine Harry, Tom, Dan & Steve. 19 Crimes, Martha's Chard, California Chardonnay, $11.99, @BB Can you ever have too much of a good thing? Now, a Martha Stewart Wine. Let's see, Martha's name appears on cookbooks, magazines, TV shows, home wares, restaurants, mail order meal kits, she's also a home designer and now wine! Martha, what took you so long? With a click from the back of the bottle, Martha tells you all about it. Who knew? Even her bottle talks. Click and hear her for yourself. Martha's Chard, it's a good thing. https://19crimes.com/products/19-crimes-marthas-chard
It's Monday, Let's raise a glass to the beginning of another week. It's time to unscrew, uncork or saber a bottle and let's begin Exploring the Wine Glass! On today's episode I sit down with Sofia Rivier, Ettore's Director of Wine Production. Sofia oversees all vineyard and cellar operations for the winery located in Mendocino County I was provided a sample of their Chardonnay and when I was looking into the winery, I read about a specific way they make some of their wines called Puro Vino. I was intrigued and reached out to see if Sofia would come on and explain the concept. We had some geeky moments, so enjoy! Please take a moment to rate and review the podcast. Did you know you can do it right now, while you are listening? New ratings and reviews are how the algorithms decide which podcasts they recommend to others and if you love the podcast, other wine lovers will too! And don't forget to add your email address to our newsletter list on the website to keep up to date on all things Exploring the Wine Glass. Find out more about Jada on their website. Music: WINE by Kēvens Official Video Follow me on Instagram! Follow me on Twitter! Subscribe to my YouTube channel SIGN UP FOR EXPLORING THE WINE GLASS NEWSLETTER SUBSCRIBE ON iTUNES STITCHER | iTUNES | GOOGLE PLAY | SPOTIFY | PODBEAN l AUDIBLE Even ask your smart speaker to play Exploring the Wine Glass GIVE US A RATING AND REVIEW Thoughts or comments? Contact Lori at email@example.com. Please support our sponsor Dracaena Wines - Our Wines + Your Moments + Great Memories Use code 'Explore' at checkout to receive 10% off your first order GET SPECIAL OFFERS FOR DRACAENA WINES
HAVE A NICE HOLIDAY Tom Simoneau's Wines of the Year 2022 Best Whites Sparkling Wine: Caraccioli Cellars 2016 Blanc de Blancs, Escolle Vineyards, Santa Lucia Highlands, $85 I love my job! Every year I discover something new. This year it's Caraccioli Cellars. This sparkler took my breath away. Tiny, tiny bubbles that tickle the tongue. Can a glass smile? With this wine in it, it does. Winemaker Scott Caraccioli says all the wines he makes are estate grown, so he has complete control. And it shows up in the glass. They make small lots, so their wine club is highly recommended. caracciolicellars.com Chardonnay: Cuvaison 2020 Coeurtina, Napa Valley, Los Carneros, $60 We recently learned that there are now 8 billion people in the world today. That's almost as many Chardonnay brands in the market place today! But, I'm up to the challenge. I'll taste them all so you don't have to. This Cuvaison Coeurtina Chard is one you do not want to miss. From its shimmering gold color, to its floral aroma and complex mouth feel, what else do you need? Maybe a nice piece of salmon? Check out their beautiful facility in Carneros. cuvaison.com Sauvignon Blanc: Dry Creek Vineyards 50th Anniversary 2021 Fume Blanc, Sonoma County, $16 All together now - Celebration now, come on, du ta du da du du. Not much of a singer but Dry Creek Vineyards brings me to song. Celebrating 50 years, that's a long time! 50 years ago founder Dave Stare planted Sauvignon Blanc in Dry Creek Valley. Today his daughter, Kim and her husband, Don Wallace, run the winery. Can I call them the first family of Dry Creek Valley? Why not! Here's to the next 50! drycreekvineyard.com Off Dry White: Morgan 2021 Double L Vineyard Riesling, Santa Lucia Highlands, $24 Morgan opened their doors in 1982 after Dan Morgan Lee met a banker that shared his vision of starting a winery. That banker would eventually become his wife. Wondering what a really good California Riesling tastes like… wonder no more. From grapes grown on the only certified organic vineyard in the Santa Lucia Highland. These foot stomped grapes made a 10.6%alc wine showing apple and white peach, more fruity than sweet. Kabinett style. Bright and dry. morganwinery.com Most Fun Wine 19 Crimes, Martha's Chard, California Chardonnay, $11.99. Can you ever have too much of a…
Qu'est-ce que l'on boit pour les fêtes en Afrique du Sud ? Nombre de repas devraient commencer par une coupe de vin pétillant : le Méthode Cap Classique, dit aussi « MCC ». Une appellation déposée en 1992 pour se différencier du Champagne, qui est une appellation protégée, exclusive à la France. Le Méthode Cap Classique emprunte certains des cépages du champagne : le Chardonnay et le Pinot Noir. C'est un vin pétillant qui est consommé pour faire la fête et pour célébrer les grandes occasions.
In today's episode, Shelley and Phil taste through two wines from countries that were in last weekends World Cup final, Argentina and France! Not only that, we have TWO very exciting announcements! On this night before Christmas….eve, we hope you will cozy up to the fire, in the shadow of your Christmas tree, and enjoy one or both of these wines. #HappyFriday! #ItsWineTime! #CheersingWines this episode: - World Cup Finalists…in wine!2018 Casarena Lauren's Cabernet Franc ($35 at The Culinary Stone)
Nel 1957 a Faver papà Vincenzo diede inizio all'attività di distillazione realizzando una piccola distilleria con alambicco discontinuo a bagnomaria. L'inizio fu difficile, in quanto le conoscenze tecniche erano molto limitate, ma il tutto venne superato con l'ingegno e l'abilità. I segreti appresi nel tempo sono stati tramandati ai figli Bruno e Ivano, entrambi enologi, che con grande passione e professionalità portano avanti il "lambicar" di famiglia.Qualche anno fa Bruno e Ivano decidono di trasferire la distilleria a "Portegnac" di Faver, un luogo d'acqua, elemento essenziale nella distillazione, ai piedi del monte "Castion", luogo sacro e spirituale per le antiche popolazioni della valle: "Ci sembrava il posto ideale per creare i nostri Spiriti!!!"
We have enjoyed these amazing wines from Copper Cane and winemaker Joesph J. Wagner. We have two more features with these wines and the cuisine of Valette Healdsburg. We will check out their website and tasting notes and then pair the wines with great dishes from the menu of Valette Healdsburg. With a focus on innovation and genuine craftsmanship, Copper Cane Wines & Provisions houses a collection of brands that are crafted to offer a touch of luxury for everyday indulgence. The current portfolio includes: Elouan Pinot Noir from Oregon, Belle Glos Pinot Noirs from prime California coastal vineyards, Beran Zinfandels of California, Carne Humana Red and White Blends from Napa Valley, and Steorra, a Brut Sparkling wine made of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grown in Sonoma County's prestigious Russian River Valley. Our first wine will be the Napa Valley Cabernet from Quilt. seamless blend of crème de cassis, hazelnut, cocoa, blackberry preserves, charred meat, and blackberry pie along with hints of dark licorice, stewed rhubarb, strawberry, spice and vanillin. Rich and satisfying flavors of dark chocolate, yogurt, molasses, brown sugar and rhubarb notes presented in perfect balance with higher-toned fruit emphasis. This wine is a perfect match with the menuy of Valette. "FOR NAPA VALLEY QUILT, I SOURCE FRUIT FROM A PATCHWORK OF PRIME NAPA VALLEY VINEYARDS TO CREATE A CLASSIC CABERNET SAUVIGNON MADE IN THE STYLE MY FAMILY HAS ALWAYS LOVED." We have a second feature. This blend really made the day with this great blend of fruit. Expressive aromas of blackberry, dark chocolate, and lightly toasted almonds with a hint of spices and vanilla. Complex ﬂavors of ripe black cherry, cocoa, and hints of rosemary. Well balanced with a velvety mouthfeel, vibrant fruit, and soft tannins. The dream of Valette began nearly two decades ago between two brothers. While enjoying a glass of wine on their father's porch overlooking the beautiful Alexander Valley vineyards of Sonoma County, Dustin Valette and Aaron Garzini envisioned opening a restaurant together which would provide a canvas for Sonoma County farmers, winemakers and artisans to showcase their craft. The restaurant would be located in Healdsburg, the heart of Sonoma County – and the location where their great-grandfather operated bakeries. They would serve high quality, yet honest food; offer warm and impeccable service; and house a collection of boutique, small production wines. At the time, Aaron was establishing himself as a dynamic server and sommelier in Sonoma County and Dustin was in New York learning the culinary craft that would be his lifelong passion. They never lost sight of their dream. In 2015, Valette Restaurant opened its doors to the public, showcasing the brothers' combined forty-seven years of restaurant experience and a deep dedication to Sonoma County, its food, and its wine community. Chef Dustin Valette began his restaurant career at the age of thirteen washing dishes at Catelli's in his hometown of Geyserville, California. Two years later he took an apprenticeship at Chateau Souverain, a Francis Ford Coppola Estate, where he worked under Executive Chef Martin Courtman, – beginning the twenty-plus year culinary journey toward his dream of opening a restaurant dedicated to showcasing the rich bounty and beautiful ingredients of his Sonoma County roots. Please join us and click on the links below,and enjoy two great audio features with these great pairings. Cheers! Click here and join us as we enjoy great food and wine . Click here and join us as we enjoy great food and wine .
Episode 7 December 22, 2022 Winemaking Techniques featuring Dan Petroski Many consider Chardonnay “the winemaker's grape” but how much does winemaking really affect the outcome? Our friend Dan Petroski of Massican joins us to discuss the many paths to Chardonnay. How does terroir, harvest and picking date impact the outcome? What is malolactic fermentation? Should all Chardonnay be oaked? What can you look for on a label to determine how the Chardonnay will taste? And Vanessa reveals a surprising truth about Chablis. Wines Featured on This Episode: 2019 Grande Sonnerie Chardonnay Napa Valley 2019 J. Moreau et Fils Chablis Premier Cru Montmains Join the Unfiltered Podcast Wine Club 4 bottles per shipment hand selected by Vanessa and Amanda Delivered every 2 months (1 wine/episode) / 6x per year $120 + tax Shipping Included Cancel anytime 10% off all Wine Access purchases Follow us on social! IG: @wineaccessunfiltered Twitter: @wineaccesspod Our Hosts: Amanda McCrossin & Vanessa Conlin Shop all the wines at Wine Access Articles Discussed Leading Canned Wine Company, Archer Roose, Announces Expanded Partnership with JetBlue Inside the MICHELIN x Wine Access Dinner at Eleven Madison Park Over 40,000 fake Lafite and Penfolds wines uncovered in Fujian Napa Valley's Spring Mountain Vineyard May Be Sold Hosts: Amanda McCrossin & Vanessa Conlin Producer: Chappy Cottrell Music: Diego's Umbrella
For many visitors it's the first part of the wine district they see. If you're coming from the airport it's on your right as you turn and head toward town. But it's also one of Stellenbosch's most dynamic areas, home to award-winning Cabernets and other Bordeaux varieties, top-notch Chardonnay on the mountain's cooler, higher slopes, and many other exciting wines. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Much has changed since our original 2017 episode (199) on Cava and Spanish sparkling wine. It's time for a refresh and an update! Photo: Cava cork. Credit: cava.wine In this episode we fill you in on the roller coaster the DO has been on since 2017 and where it stands today. The story shows how Spain has moved from just being ON the radar of international wine buyers to moving to a level of sophistication that demands its regions have the kind of terroir focus of the other great wine nations of the Old World – France, Italy, Germany, and Austria, to name a few. We review the regulations, changes, and the strife in the region and discuss what to seek out to get the best of these highly accessible, delicious, and decidedly Spanish wines. Here are the show notes... The Basics We start with the statistics on Cava -- it encompasses 38,133 ha/94,229 acres and made 253 MM bottles in 2021 91% of Cava is white, 9% is rosado (rosé) Various zones produce the wine, but Penedés is the heart of Cava production, with more than 95% of total output We discuss the early history of the area, beginning with the first sparkling production in 1872 with Josep Raventós to the point where the DO is formed in 1991 – we leave the modern history until later, as complex and muddled as it is! Map: The overly spread out regions of Cava. Credit: Cava DO We then get into the grapes and winemaking: Whites: Since most Cava is white, the white grapes dominate. Most important are the indigenous grapes, Macabeo (Viura, the white of Rioja), Xarel-lo, and Parellada. Chardonnay is also authorized, as well as Subirat Parent (Malvasia) for semi-sweet and sweet Cava. Photo: Macabeo. Credit: D.O. Cava Reds: Used for rosado (rosé), native grapes are Garnacha (Grenache), Trepat, and Monastrell (Mourvèdre). The Cava DO authorized Pinot Noir for use in rosado in 1998 Winemaking: We discuss the vineyard requirements for the making of quality Cava, including the importance of gentle picking and transport to the winery to prevent oxidation We briefly review the Traditional Method (Champagne Method) of winemaking, which is how all Cava is made Photo: Riddled Cava, ready for disgorgement.. Credit: D.O. Cava We discuss the aging qualifications for Cava, Cava Reserva, Cava Gran Reserva, and Cava Paraje Calificada that range from a minimum nine months to several years, and what each style yields We review the various dosage levels so you know what to look for: “Brut Nature” - no added sugar Cava Extra Brut – very little sugar Cava Brut: Slightly more added sugar in the dosage, sugar is barely noticeable Cava Extra Seco: heavier mouthfeel, noticeable sugar Cava Seco: Dessert level, very sweet Semi Seco: Even sweeter Dulce – Super sweet We discuss why Cava is such a big mess, with much infighting in its modern history, and why not all sparkling Spanish wine is created the same: We talk about the first fissures in Cava, with the 2012 break off of Cava OG producer Raventós i Blanc leaving the Cava DO because the quality standards were too low -Vino de la tierra Conca de l'Anoia (their own site) Photo: Raventós i Blanc Rosado, Vino de la Tierra We discuss the 2015 formation of The Association of Wine Producers and Growers Corpinnat (AVEC) or Corpinnat. We define the group and talk about its requirements for the small member producers: Mission: Create a distinguished, excellent quality, terroir-driven sparkling wine based solely on Penedès, rather than far flung regions that make lesser wine. To raise the profile of Cava from cheap shit to good stuff Photo: Corpinnat corks. Credit: Corpinnat Website Corpinnat Requirements At least 75% of the grapes must be from vineyards owned by the winery, wine must be made on the premises of the winery Minimum price paid for livable wages to the growers Certified organic and hand harvested grapes 90% of the grapes must be indigenous varieties: Macabeo, Xarel-lo, Parellada for whites, Garnacha, Trepat, Monastrell, for reds. 18 months minimum aging **By design: Cava's three biggest producers can't meet the requirements: Cordoniu, Freixenet and García Carrión – which is why Corpinnat started in the first place, to raise the quality standard and allow smaller producers a voice Corpinnat members (2022): Gramona, Llopart, Recaredo, Sabaté i Coca, Nadal, Torelló, Can Feixas, Júlia Bernet, Mas Candi, Can Descregut, Pardas We discuss the qualifications of the Cava Paraje Calificado classification, created by the Cava DO in 2017 for single-estate sparkling wines with a vineyard designation, lower yield, and a longer aging period Cava de Paraje Calificado requirements include specifications for: lower yield, manual harvest, minimum fermentation time in the bottle at 36 months. Vines must be at least 10 years old and the wine must be produced locally in the same winery that grows the grapes. Issues: Includes the large wineries' estate vineyards and (originally) some smaller ones but doesn't address the issue of quality or cohesive terroir/flavor. It's like a medal system – here are our best wines! Photo: Paraje Califado Cava -- Can Sala, Freixenet Disastrous conclusion: The Cava Paraje Calificada was the solution to the Corpinnat – it was meant to be more inclusive. But Corpinnat was supposed to be a new small producer/ quality designation within Cava. Because it excludes large producers, the DO wouldn't allow Cava and Corpinnat on the same label, and Corpinnat left the DO. They cannot use Cava, or Gran Reserva on their labels. Of the 12 wines approved as CPC in 2017, 5 aren't CPC anymore, only Corpinnat We address most recent regulations of Cava in 2020 The Cava Regulatory Council approved new zoning of the Cava DO. We review the subzones that are supposed to create a better delimitation for consumers: Comtats de Barcelona - 95%+ of Cava production Includes Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, the "capital of Cava" – where the first bottles of Cava were produced in 1872 Location: In Catalonia, in northeast Spain. Along the Mediterranean coast near Barcelona Climate: Mediterranean climate, slight variations inland versus coast but mostly long summer, lots of sun, hot summer and spring - easy to ripen grapes, lots of different grapes thrive Land: Diverse terrain – various exposures, orientation, altitudes, and microclimates Five Sub-zones (used for Reserva and Gran Reserva Cava, more limited yields, organic viticulture, vineyards 10+ years old): Valls d'Anoia Foix, Serra de Mar, Conca del Gaià, Serra de Prades and Pla de Ponent Each has a slightly different character – some more at elevation, some farther from the sea – slight variations in flavors and what grows where Map: Detail of the Comtats de Barcelona Cava Zone. Credit: Cava DO The Ebro Valley area Northernmost part of the DO, far in the interior, near and influenced by the river Ebro Climate: Temperate, continental climate – summers are hot and dry with cold winters Two subzones (used for Reserva and Gran Reserva Cava, more limited yields, organic viticulture, vineyards 10+ years old): the Alto Ebro around Rioja, Navarra, and the Basque area of Álava and the Cierzo Valley Sub Zone. The Cierzo is near the Aragonese city of Zaragoza in the central area of the Ebro River, with strong regional winds (the Cierzo) to dry out the area Map: Detail of the Ebro River Valley Cava Zone. Credit: Cava DO Smaller zones: Levante: (Eastern Highlands, no official name yet), in interior of Valencia province, with a dry Mediterranean to semi continental climate depending on whether altitude) Viñedos de Almendralejo (Almendralejo vineyards): Fairly flat, southwestern-most part of the DO. A very dry, hot climate, with warm wind, known as the solano We end with an update of where Cava is today (hint: it's huge and growing, it's trying to improve by moving towards organics, it's still fighting against Corpinnat) and what could be the next step for Corpinnat too. A fascinating show that takes you on the wild ride that the region and wine has been on since we first discussed it those many years ago. __________________________________________________ Thanks to our sponsors this week: Wine Spies uncovers incredible wines at unreal prices - on every type of wine in a variety of price points. It's not a club and there's no obligation to buy. Sign up for their daily email and buy what you want, when you want it. They have a build-a-case option, so you can mix and match wines while enjoying free shipping on every purchase. Visit www.winespies.com/normal you'll get $20 credit to use on your first order! Check them out today! 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Welcome to episode 1201, another installment of 'On The Road Edition', hosted by Stevie Kim. Today Stevie sits down with Vittorio Moretti. More about today's show: Welcome to another episode of “On The Road Edition”, hosted by Stevie Kim. Today Stevie meets Vittorio Moretti, one of the great lords of Italian wine, at the magnificent Convento dell'Annunciata, in Rovato, on Orfano Mount, Brescia. Vittorio Moretti talks about his challenge to enhance the ancient vineyard of the Convento, about his commitment with the Foundation Vittorio and Mariella Moretti to promote the sustainability and about his legacy. Convento dell'Annunciata was founded in 1499 by the Order of the Friars Servants of Mary encloses the spirit and history of Franciacorta. The small 5.45-hectare plot, thanks to its geographical position, soil composition and microclimate has been producing quality wine since 1500. Since 1990, Bellavista has been committed to protecting and enhancing an ancient Chardonnay vineyard. To learn more about the Convento dell'Annunciata visit: https://www.conventoannunciata.it More about the host: Stevie Kim hosts Clubhouse sessions each week (visit Italian Wine Club & Wine Business on Clubhouse), these recorded sessions are then released on the podcast to immortalize them! She often also joins Professor Scienza in his shows to lend a hand keeping our Professor in check! You can also find her taking a hit for the team when she goes “On the Road”, all over the Italian countryside, visiting wineries and interviewing producers, enjoying their best food and wine – all in the name of bringing us great Pods! To learn more visit: Facebook: @steviekim222 Instagram: @steviekim222 Website: vinitalyinternational.com/wordpress/ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodcast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin!
Saviez-vous qu'il vient de Bourgogne ? Saviez-vous qu'il a été nommée d'après un moine ? On parle de tout ça aujourd'hui. Le kir est une boisson apéritive à base de crême de cassis et de vin blanc. Elle est originaire de Bourgogne ce qui fait que le vin blanc le plus traditionel est le vin blanc de Bourgogne aligoté. L'aligoté est le nom du cépage utilisé pour ce vin. L'essentiel des vins de Bourgognes se fait en général au Chardonnay. La crème de Cassis elle aussi est une spécialité de la région bourguignonne. Le kir royal est sans doute la version la plus connue à tel point qu'elle est dans l'esprit de beaucoup la seule façon de consommer un kir. Le Kir royal est tout simplement à base de Champagne ou de crémant, ou tout mousseux de votre choix. Le nom est un nom propre, Félix Kir qui était un homme politique et ecclésiastique au début du 20 ème siècle. Bien que ce soit son nom qui fut retenu, il n'en est pas l'inventeur. La création du Kir remonterait en 1904 à Dijon ou un serveur inconnu eut l'idée de servir des blanc cassis. La boisson séduit tant et si bien qu'elle devient la boisson classique servie pour les réceptions de l'hôtel de ville. Le chanoine Kir lorsqu'il fut maire dans les années 50 garda cette tradition et sa personnalité charismatique fit qu'on associa son nom à ce cocktail. Alors, il y a aussi une histoire de dépôt de nom, d'exclusivité et de procès mais je vous en fais grâce car à ce sujet, le titre est plus intéressant que le contenu. Évidemment, vu la simplicité de la recette du Kir, il sera amusant de chambouler les saveurs en utilisant des sirops aux goûts de votre choix ou en changeant le vin, ou les deux. Un sirop de pêche blanche, de mûres ou de framboise. Pourquoi pas de la grenadine ou du Chouchen. Remplacer le vin par du cidre ou du rosé. Les possibilités sont a priori infinies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Wine Road Podcast Episode 164 Sponsored by Ron Rubin Winery Episode 164 | Roger Beery Owner and Wine Maker at J. Cage Cellars Roger Beery tells us about his journey from wine blogger to winemaker and how the entire family got involved in creating J.Cage Cellars. Our Fast Five Recipe is Lemon-Goat Cheese-Mushroom Pizza from Nick Stez at WoodenHead Our book of the day is Blood Form a Stone by Adam McHugh. Wine of the Day: It's a mystery! Fast Five Recipe: Lemon-Goat Cheese-Mushroom Pizza from Nick Stez at WoodenHead Wine Book of The Day: Blood from a Stone by Adam McHugh Podcast Sponsor: Ron Rubin Winery https://ronrubinwinery.com/ SHOW NOTES 0:58 J.Cage Cellars Tasting Room in Windsor where it's all happening 1:53 How J.Cage Cellars came to be. Started with a wine blog Bacchus and Beery, and then became a family affair with everyone joining together to make the winery a reality in 2014. 7:00 Tasting room experience at J.Cage Cellars is casual and relaxed -- very likely you will meet Roger and Donna in the tasting room. 11:44 Tasting room by reservation and walk-ins welcome too! Call or email for an appointment. JCage.com 12:41 Mainly producing Russian River Pinot Noir, but also make Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Rose of Pinot Noir and Red Blend. 13:14 Experiences include: the Meet J. Cage tasting and the Pinot Exploration comparing three single vineyard Pinot's and Sonoma County Pinot. 17:00 Fast Five Recipe –Lemon-Goat Cheese-Mushroom Pizza from Nick Stez at WoodenHead (recipe inspired by Psychic Pie) Ingredients: Pizza Dough, Maitake Mushrooms, Laurel Chenel Goat Cheese, Olive oil, Lemon juice and zest. Directions: Roll out pizza dough and rub olive oil and salt and pepper into dough. Pre-cook the mushrooms ¾ of the way. Add the mushrooms to the pizza and sprinkle with goat cheese. Place in hot oven for 12 minutes. Remove pizza and sprinkle with lemon juice and zest and a touch of olive oil. Pair with Pinot Noir of course! 19:07 Tickets are now available on wineroad.com for Winter WineLand January 14 & 15 with 70 wineries participating. 19:42 Book of the Day – Blood From A Stone by Adam McHugh Links J.Cage Cellars Woodenhead Wine WinterWineLand Blood From a Stone by Adam McHugh Writing Between the Vines Psychic Pie Ron Rubin Winery Credits: The Wine Road podcast is mixed and mastered at Threshold Studios Sebastopol, CA. http://thresholdstudios.info/
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This week we talk about teeth health, AI poop detectors, charging phones, milk in Pepsi, what gaslighting means, and going goblin mode. Support us on Patreon to keep the podcast going, view more detailed show notes, and to gain access to exclusive content at: http://www.patreon.com/theshowsamandjoe Favorite things: Anker 521 Power Strip Low shelf Chardonnay
Nick and Angela welcome Michelin star chef and author Marcus Wareing to DISH HQ. Marcus Wareing is the owner of and head chef at Marcus at The Berkeley Hotel. He was the first person Gordon Ramsay ever employed and, along with Angela, the trio have run some of the UK's finest restaurants including, the Aubergine, L'Oranger and Pétrus. You can catch Marcus on Masterchef: The Professionals and on Marcus Wareing: Tales from a Kitchen Garden on the BBC iPlayer. This is the first time that Angela has ever officially cooked for her friend of many years, and not one to feel the pressure, she prepares a delicious Lancashire hotpot. Marcus arrives with some of his very own Champagne and even some treats for Betty, Angela's beloved jack russell. In this episode, we hear what life is really like in a Michelin star kitchen. Marcus shares his tips for cooking the perfect turkey and Nick learns the basics on bees. Just so you know, our podcast might contain the occasional mild swear word or adult theme. All recipes from this podcast can be found at waitrose.com/dishrecipes A transcript for this episode can be found at waitrose.com/dish We can't all have a Michelin star chef in the kitchen, but you can ask Angela for help. Send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and she'll try to answer in a future episode. Dish is a Somethin:Else Creative Studio production for Waitrose & Partners.
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With Christmas around the corner we put together a list of some of our favorite wines for the holidays. The Federal Reserve's aggressive interest rate hikes hasn't slowed the uptick in wine prices. It can be fairly easy to blow up your wine budget with just one or two bottles of splurge purchases. Most of the wines on our list can all be had for under $35. Searching for one wine that pleases everybody is a fools errand. It's invariably better to select a variety of wines, open them all at once and let your guest choose what they would like to drink. There are plenty of wines here to please even your most finnicky guests. Thanks for listening to our podcast and Happy Holidays.2019 Château Vitallis Pouilly-Fuissé Vielles Vignes - Father and son team Denis and Maxime Dutron use Chardonnay from their oldest parcels, some as old as 85 years of age to craft this beautiful White Burgundy. 100% Chardonnay, natural fermentation, left on the lees for a year, 70% stainless steel the rest in barrel. Taut and mineral, with green apple and grapefruit. A distinctive Macon that may bring the ABC (anything but Chardonnay) crowd back into the fold. $272019 Ramey Russian River Valley Chardonnay - In contrast to the former old world Chardonnay the Ramey's make a 100% Chardonnay using a plethora of the old world techniques. Whole cluster pressing, native yeast barrel fermentation, lees aging, malolactic fermentation and light fining sans filtering. Baked apple and pear notes complement the layers of savory oak and baking spice. Beautifully textured and balanced. $38 2021 Joel Gott Sauvignon Blanc - A perennial crowd pleaser the grapes for this Sauvignon Blanc are sourced from all over California. Its style remains remarkably consistent from year to year. Ripe melon and white peach aromas jump out of the glass. Lemon and lime flavors work well with the clean mineral finish. $122020 Michel Delhommeau “Harmonie” Muscadet Sèvre et Maine Sur Lie - Michel and Nathalie Delhommeau farm the Melon de Bourgogne grapes for their Muscadet in the volcanic rich soils of the Loire Valley in northwest France. After fermentation the wine spends 5 months “Sur Lie” (in the tank on the lees). Lemon, apple, fresh and vibrant with a bracing minerality and tingling acidity on the finish. This Muscadet calls out for fresh oysters on the half shell and other light seafood dishes. $17 2021 Quivira Rosé Wine Creek Ranch - Cranberries, rhubarb and strawberries aromas compliment the zippy acidity of this 70% Grenache, 11%Counoise, 9% Mourvèdre, 5% Petite Sirah blend. Made with organically grown grapes. $202020 Concerto Reggiano Lambrusco - Most of us have never served a dry red sparkling wine. Here's your chance to wow your guests. Concerto, made from 100% Lambrusco Salamino comes in an attractive bottle that is shaped like a bowling pin. The grapes are organically farmed. When poured into a glass you get a beautiful purple froth. Dark ruby red in color the wine taste of raspberry and strawberries with hints of licorice. It's completely dry on the palate with a fresh zippy clean finish. Serve it slightly chilled not cold. $30Frederic Magnien Crémant De Bourgongne Blanc De Noir - If you love Champagne but you need to watch your coins a bit more closely try exploring sparkling wines from other regions of France. French sparkling wines that use the traditional method and are made outside of the Champagne region are called Crémant. This 100% Pinot Noir from the Burgundy area can be served as an aperitif and also has the body and weight to be served throughout a meal. A light amber color, very fine bubbles, aromas of bing cherries and strawberry. Champagne quality without the sticker shock. $202019 Siduri Russian River Valley Pinot Noir - The consistency of the Siduri brand which was acquired by Jackson Family Wines several years ago continues unabated. Adam Lee may no longer be the winemaker but the assertive and beautiful Pinot Noir style he pioneered continues. Black cherry and spicy raspberry flavors on the palate, medium in length with good acidity. A very attractive entry level Pinot Noir. $302020 Bedrock Wine Co. Old Vine Zinfandel - Morgan Twain-Peterson crafts this deep ruby colored wine from old vineyards (some 100+ years old) throughout Sonoma County. Made with native yeast fermentation and aged in French and Austrian oak puncheons and foudres. In the glass black and red fruit, lavender and pepper aromas. On the palate black plums, a round texture with good acidity and length. Drink and enjoy this youthful Zinfandel now and do yourself a favor and save a few bottles for the next few years. $222019 Hess Collection Allomi Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon - This 79% Cabernet Sauvignon 9% Petite Sirah 5%Malbec 4% Merlot 3% Petit Verdot blend comes from the Allomi vineyard in Pope Valley of northeast Napa Valley. Black and blue fruit, tobacco and oak lead the way for this seemlessly integrated full bodied red. A cushy textured mouthfeel with a long finish. $302019 Obsidian Ridge Lake County Cabernet Sauvignon - 94% Cabernet Sauvignon 2% Petit Verdot 2%Malbec 1% Petite Sirah 1% Syrah. Grown in the volcanic rich soils of the Red Hills of Lake County the wine is aged for 18 months in Hungarian oak barrels. Black fruit, black cherry and vanilla, full bodied and tannic. $35 Show LInks:Best WinesColumbia Winery Tasking RoomLets talk with Maureen DowneyAMOS Electric Autonomous Tractor Tour Visits LodiMendoza declares emergency after late season frostFreak frost hits Argentinian vineyards as Mendoza declares emergencyE & J. Gallo Winery Announces Acquisition of Denner Vineyards in Paso Robles AVAhttps://www.sfchronicle.com/food/wine/article/carlo-trinchero-arrest-17584624.php