Rob Moshein presents a brief but excellent overview of Pinot Noir calling it, “The most lovely, the most difficult, the most frustrating and the most rewarding varietal on the planet.” He also discusses the main Pinot Noir producing regions including Burgundy, France.
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Scott Ota discusses the Hungarian wine, Tokaji Aszu.
Wines.com adviser Denman Moody reflects on the historic blind tasting competition between California and French wines which took place in the 1976 in Paris. Stags Leap and Chateau Montelena beat all famous French wines to the shock of the world.
Denman explains why California wines and French wines are different. He also presents information about other varietals from both wine regions and more.
Buckley Wineholt of Wines.com TV interviews Joe Briggs of the August Briggs Winery.
In this video, Joe discusses Lake County wines and tastes the Petite Syrah from Lake County’s Red Hills District.
Wines.com/TV featuring Buckley Wineholt interviewing Dan Gatlin of Inwood Estates Winery (Dallas, Texas). During the video a discussion ensues on various subjects relating to wine making, including the tempranillo grape varietal, growing wines at elevation in Texas and more. See why Buckley calls these, “The best wines made in Texas.”
Bill Elsey stops by to share some helpful information on the Barbera, a grape variety produced in northern Italy’s Piedmont region. Elsey calls Barbere, “One of the most quintessential food friendly wines”. Firm acid structure but mellow tannins make this wine approachable when young. Barbera is made in two styles, one more international style that are oak-aged and more full-bodied. The other style has less new oak-aging.