Description: Winemaker Tony Spinelli Sr. of Seymour Connecticut explains the process of wine distillation.
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Homemade winemaker Tony Spinelli Sr. of Seymour, Connecticut, talks about some of the winemaking issues viewers have written to him with. A must-see for do-it-yourselfers and those who would like to be!
Homemade winemaker Tony Spinelli Sr. talks about the heritage of his art, from the times of his grandfather from Italy to the modern day and the use of spaceage materials such as plastic jugs instead of wooden barrels.
Debra speaks with the proprietor of Domaine Jacques Prieur, Edouard Labruyere. Established in 1745, Domain Jacques Prieur has nine Grand Cru and 14 Premier Cru wines to their credit along with properties in Bordeaux and California. Edouard speaks of the challenges facing Burgundy and how the new generations of winemakers are keeping an open mind to new ways of doing things while respecting traditions and being stewards for those to come.
www.BKWineTours.com *Come on a Wine Tour with us!* --- Interview with Sandrine Garbay the chief winemaker and cellar master (maitre de chai). She has been in charge of the wine making since 1998 at Chateau d'Yquem. Sandrine has made a dream come true by becoming the winemaker of Yquem. The most important thing for Sandrine in making the wine is to respect the source and the raw material, so to speak, to respect the grapes and extract all aromas and elegance that the grapes and the noble rot (botrytis cinerea) can give. Chateau d'Yquem is located in Sauternes in Bordeaux and is one of the worlds most expensive sweet white wines, in fact, it's simply one of the world's most exclusive wines all categories. Yquem is the biggest property in Sauternes having some 100 hectares. The size adds complexity and depth to the wine. Sandrine also talks about how to pair Chateau Yquem wine with food matching it with for example lobster and shellfish or even fish. Also chicken or veal can be delicious with Chateau d'Yquem. Sandrine finishes with a few short words on the 2009 vintage. Early in the season everything looks very promising with just enough water, but perhaps a little bit late development. Dont miss the second video on Chateau d'Yquem where Sandrine Garbay talks about the taste and aging of Yquem. http Music: Mable Lynch, man for Me, www.podsafeaudio.com By BKWine, http One of many great experiences on a wine and food tour with BKWine Tours, the specialist in wine travel and ...
Debra Meiburg MW speaks with Gaia Gaja, daughter of Angelo Gaja, about the origin of her double-barreled name and gains insight as to the differences distinguishing two of northern Italy's most revered wine rivals: Barbaresco and Barolo.
Producer and Négociant, Luc Bouchard of Bouchard Pere & Fils, speaks with Debra about the confusing quilt that makes up Burgundy. Luc's advice to those interested in this area is to taste and pay much attention to the producer as well as the appellation. Luc asserts that once someone truly tastes and enjoys the wines, they become aficionados for life. The Buchard Pere & Fils portfolio is comprised of 80 different Burgundian appellations with nearly 70 percent of estates designated as Grand or Premier Cru wines.
Make new friends and learn the art of winemaking at Boston Winery. At this authentic winemaking facility, wine enthusiasts are given the chance to create their own unique fine wine, guided through the process by a renowned staff of experienced Californian and European wine makers. A great social experience for friends and family to share, the process is both entertaining and enlightening, as you participate in each step of the winemaking process. The final product; a delicious aged wine of your own creation; speaks for itself. Learn more at www.bostonwinery.net.
Paolo Menezes, wine maker for Rio Velho, shares his thoughts about Brazilian wine.
Louis Roederer is the famed champagne producer based in Reims that produces extraordinary champagnes: join Debra as she speaks with Frédéric Rouzaud, Director General of the brand regarding their passion for Pinot grapes, the acquisitions made by the Roederer Group, and why champagne is the ultimate expression of sparkling wine. The pair also discuss why after seven generations, the vineyards are still the most important part of the business.
Peter Sisseck, the creator of cult Spanish wine Pingus, speaks about his plans for the future and his St-Emilion project after receiving the first ever Winemakers' Winemaker Award by the Institute of Masters of Wine and The Drinks Business.
www.winesensetv.com From the episode "So You Don't Like Chardonnay", Mark Davidson, host of Wine Sense Australia, speaks with Vanya Cullen about biodynamic winemaking and what makes Margaret River Australia a phenomenal place for Chardonnay.
Read the blog: www.eurodestination.com Photos at: www.flickr.com With the kind courtesy of Sebastien and Fabrice Bordenave, I was able to film their grape harvest for their Mostesquieu wine, a Jurancon wine which is prevalent in this part of France the Bearn region. I wasn't the only visitor that day, a group of school children were also there, learning about the ways of their region and probably of their long gone ancestors. I sensed a strong feeling of community here, both brothers and their families lived on the property alongside their parents, and grandparent, and all the harvest help was drawn from the local village of Monein. Many there had been involved in the grape harvest here for decades. Of particular note was that a number of the older folk spoke the Occitan dialect of Béarnese, a language related to the Gascon language. Needless to say I couldn't understand any of it, as my French is poor, but it sounded like Spanish to me. It is a language under threat, as many schools didn't allow it until recently. It benefitted from the fact that Béarn was an independent state in the 14th century, with its capital in the nearby city of Pau. All the grapes on this farm (which amounted to 9 ha's in total) were picked by hand, mainly because the hills were so steep and that a careful selection of grapes made for better wine. My thanks go again to the Bordenave family for opportunity of making this video. I have a set of photos for this region on my flickr page: www.flickr.com
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