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Passion about red wines. Love tasting a glass of dry red wines, sharing my experience on my wine blog. Watch nice videos all related to red wines and enjoy a glass!
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The amount of alcohol in a wine is a key factor to how you experience that wine. Is there too much? too little? How can a wine with lower alcohol taste like it is strong or "hot"? These are all questions answered by Crushpad winemaker, Kian Tavakoli in this Winemaker's Minute.
19 Feb 2008
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Whether you are making your own wine, or just trying to find the right bottle at a local shop, you need to be able to express to others the style of wine you are looking for. You can't get what you want if you don't know how to ask for it. Crushpad Chief winemaker Michael Zitzlaff talks with us about how to define a style of of wine.
20 Feb 2008
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What's your favorite California wine? Join us this week as "The Classic Wines Minute" compairs two wines from California in The Classic Wines Wine Showdown. The Miner Viognier with an aroma of marzipan, apricots and orange blossoms or The Cline Viognier with a more subtle taste. It's a tough decision for most but we can count on our own Brian Freedman to help you find the answers. Join us for all our wine videos and let us help you find the wine that's perfect for you at ClassicWines****.
21 Feb 2008
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16 May 2008
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Fining can be used to clarify and soften wines. Fining is the process of clarifying and stabilizing a wine. A fining agent is mixed in to bind with particles suspended in wine that would make it appear cloudy when poured into a glass. Since fining agents are slightly heavier than wine, the bound particles precipitate out and settle to the bottom of the tank. Sometimes you might fine a wine to clean it up if it is cloudy, other times you might wish to soften the wine by precipitating out compounds that are astringent. Most red wines won't need fining but whites benefit from the process so they remain crystal clear as they age in the bottle.
27 Feb 2008
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Some people insist on filtering, others are proud to avoid it - You decide. Most white wines are filtered prior to bottling, and some reds are. Filtering can clarify a wine so that it sparkles in your glass, but if you filter too heavily it can strip character from the wine. How do you decide what level of filtration, if any, is appropriate for your wine? Well, you ask a guy who has 25+ years experience making that call. Crushpad's Chief Winemaker, Michael Zitzlaff explains your options.
9 Feb 2009
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Fining can be used to clarify and soften wines. Fining is the process of clarifying and stabilizing a wine. A fining agent is mixed in to bind with particles suspended in wine that would make it appear cloudy when poured into a glass. Since fining agents are slightly heavier than wine, the bound particles precipitate out and settle to the bottom of the tank. Sometimes you might fine a wine to clean it up if it is cloudy, other times you might wish to soften the wine by precipitating out compounds that are astringent. Most red wines won't need fining but whites benefit from the process so they remain crystal clear as they age in the bottle.
26 Mar 2008
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Does the smell of a cork tell you anything? How many different shapes of wineglass should you buy? And what's the deal with decanting? In this episode, the sommelier instructors at The Wine School of Philadelphia discuss how to get the most pleasure from a bottle of wine. And the answers, as always, may surprise you. To find a wine that suits you and to learn more about wine please join us at www.ClassicWines****
28 Feb 2008
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The Set up: (PLEASE, leave a comment) Pour the ¼ glass of red wine into the plate, and turn a wine glass upside down. Now, ask that the wine be put back into the wine glass while the glass remains in the upside down position using only items found at a dinner table. The Rules: The wine glass must remain upside down at all times. The wine must remain in liquid form, no soaking it up in a napkin. The Solution: Take on olive or a lime or anything from the bar or table that you could stick a few matches into. Now, stand your matches up in the middle of the pool of wine, light the matches and cover the fire with the wine glass. The fire will burn all of the oxygen in the glass creating a vacum. scuba
3 Mar 2008
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There are many wine tours along the North Fork of Long Island. Bedell Cellars, known for producing a high quality Merlot, has redesigned their tasting room into a beautiful state of the art facility. Join us next week for more in a series on the Long Island wineries, where we visit the vineyards, taste some wine and meet some of the winemakers themselves.
4 Apr 2008
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This video shows you how to make or fold a casual but elegant flower to place inside a wine glass for a special occasion. For more how to do's visit www.bwears****
16 Jul 2009
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www.ClassicWines**** One of the important steps in making wine comes before the grapes are even picked. The winemakers job is to determine the correct time to pick the chardonnay, or viogneir grapes for optimal flavor. ClassicWines interviews the winemaker at Bedell Cellars in Long Island to find out the many determinations that a winemaker will make to bring you that wonderful glass of wine. Join us at ClassicWines TV for all of our informative videos, and at ClassicWines**** to find the perfect bottle of wine for you.
13 Mar 2008
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