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At Bolney Wine Estate in England, they specialize in red wine, but also produce white and sparkling wine. The sparkling wines go through a slightly different process again. They are fermented in the bottle, each bottle must be spun occasionally to consolidate the sediment that forms. This sediment can then be removed by a process called disgorging.
Introduction To Winemaking by GuildSomm
Want to make wine the old fashioned way? Here's how.
Traditional Italian Wine Making - One Ingredient
I made the red wine for you, in the end it was easier than I thought.
Crafting premium wines is Mike Naggiar's passion. Follow him as he narrates the winemaking process at Naggiar Vineyards. From night harvest in September to bottling in February, you will learn why Naggiar Vineyards is not only a grower of premium grapes, they hand craft wines in small lots from their best fruit. The result is a collection of estate wines that have amazing color, aromas and taste that are both exciting and delicious.
Expert sommelier and wine educator Marnie Old guides you through four premium varieties of red wine: Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Shiraz or Syrah. Learn the difference between each variety, as well as how to choose the best bottle of red for your tastes.
Expert sommelier and wine educator Marnie Old guides you through four premium varieties of white wine: Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, and Pinot Grigio or Pinot Gris. Learn the difference between each variety, as well as how to choose the best bottle of white for your tastes.
Expert sommelier and wine educator Marnie Old demonstrates how to evaluate wine using four senses--sight, smell, taste, and texture. Learn how to detect dryness vs. sweetness, fruit flavors vs. oak flavors, and qualities like acidity and body.
Expert sommelier and wine educator Marnie Old explains how to shop for wine by using alcohol content to judge a wine's body. All you need to do to choose the perfect style of wine is read the label!
Expert sommelier and wine educator Marnie Old explains how to order wine in a restaurant. Learn tricks like how to choose an apertif, when to drink a sparkling wine, and when to choose a light wine vs. a heavy one. Marnie also demonstrates how to read a wine list by understanding style, region, and price.
Follow along with noted wine author Marnie Old, as she explains how to host a tasting event using the new ‘Discover Your Wine Style’ format. In these bite-sized videos, Marnie will show why presenting Boisset Collection wines in this sensory format is so effective, what talking points to hit on the five style categories and how to set up for your tasting. She’ll even provide a demonstration of how she would incorporate the ‘Discover Your Wine Style’ content into her own presentation, and give some tips on how to end the event on a high note.
In this episode of Kitchen Essentials we visit wine expert and author Victoria James at Cote in NYC, where she is the Beverage Director and Sommelier. She showed us her essential Sommelier tools, which include her tastevin, her favorite decanters, and a selection of the perfect glassware to enjoy all types of wines. Watch to learn all about Victoria's essential tools, and why she uses them every day.
Everyone knows wine and cheese go together. But there are a few rules you can follow to make your wine and cheese pairing experience even better. Patrick Cappiello, the award-winning wine director at Rebelle in New York City, is here to help. In this week’s episode of Tasting Notes, he shows us how to choose the best wine to complement the five cheeses you’ll find on a basic cheese board: goat cheese with sauvignon blanc, cheddar cheese with sparkling wine or cider, firm cheese with nutty, oxidized white wine (or a dry wine from sherry), soft washed-rind cheese with a fuller-bodied white wine or a lighter-bodied red wine like pinot noir, and blue cheese with a sweet, full-bodied wine like a port.
The History of Wine in brief
The History of Port Wine in brief
This episode, we delve a little deeper into growing grapes for wine and the origin of the grape vine. Stay with us as we understand what can affect grape growth, such as the weather, and what can affect grape flavour, such as the soil the vine is grown in.

Our presenters meet with several wine makers and vineyard managers in Champagne, Bordeaux and Burgundy to discuss these effects on their grapes and wine.
Even if you know some of the basics, picking the right bottle at the store is a daunting task. What is the actual difference between older and newer wines? If you like a wine from one region, will others from the same region taste the same? Does the alcohol percentage tell you anything besides how drunk you’ll get? You might not be able to judge a book by its cover, but you can learn a lot about a wine by deciphering its label. To sort through it all, we spoke with Cedric Nicaise, Wine Director at Eleven Madison Park.
Patrick Cappiello, the award-winning wine director at Rebelle in New York City, shows us how to properly open a bottle of wine. All you need is a waiter’s corkscrew.
In this episode of Wine Oh TV, Master Sommelier Catherine Fallis, reveals three wine grapes you must know and shares three wines under $30 dollars with Monique Soltani.
Pairing wine and cheese can seem very difficult.
All you need to do is follow a few simple principles and things become very easy.
In this short guide, we show you the rules of cheese and wine matching.
The most important rule always surprises!
Beer isn’t the only gift that this biological process gives us. Connecting word-of-mouth stories from Europe, the Middle East and Asia, we’ll share some fun and freaky stories about how fermentation’s advantages were discovered for the purposes of making Alcohol, Cheese, Salami, and more!