Never think that good Bordeaux wine is beyond the reach of your wallet. Join me as I get nice with all the other good stuf that is not fetched at auction.
Posts Tagged ‘east village’
Seven minutes to four wacky and fairly obscure wines on the American Market. Let’s get crazy and widen our wine knowledge and impress out friends! Oh, and keep wine merchants in check asking them about new stuff. Let’s grow!!!
It is Spring and all we can think about is rose and crisp white wine. But we cannot forget the wonders of chilled red wine. There are just a couple things to take in consideratin when choosing one and I am here with some ideas and a quick second video as a side note to the most famous chilled wine of all. Check it:
And here is my lil side note vid:
There is always a little confusion as to what Valpolicella wine is. Some peeps think it is a grape. Some people don’t realize that there are multiple versions of Valploicella. And that’s understandable. The idea of Valpolicella has never really been explained………until now.
Join me as I demystify Valpolicella in the Veneto:
So a couple videos ago (Ideal Retail Experience) I was at my wine shop talking about what one should expect when they enter a…well…wine shop: You are the boss!
Here is my take on the ideal wine bar experience:
Wine is much more than just some training video. It requires dialogue, interactivity and friendliness. Watch how it is supposed to be done:
Malbec. Carmenere. Tannat.
Grapes that are making names for themselves in South America.
Three grapes that are allowing three countries define their individual wine cultures.
Yet they are not indigenous. They are from a place called France. Here is a little history.