Wine Education

CATEGORY: Wine Education   |   DATE: October 15th, 2014
The world wide web has made the world of wine a whole lot smaller. International wine from virtually every country around the world is now available at your finger tips. From Grecian Greats to Royal Rieslings here are 7 Out of this World Wines from Around the World. GERMANY Prinz Von Hessen H Riesling 2012
CATEGORY: Videos, Wine Country, Wine Education   |   DATE: September 17th, 2014
Study Claims Rising Temperatures Tainting Wine: Is it True? Is climate change ruining wine corks? A recent study says yes. What do industry insiders think? Climate change has the wine closure conversation heating up. In this video, Wine Oh TV’s Monique Soltani talks with the largest cork producer in Portugal and other wine cork experts
CATEGORY: Videos, Wine Education   |   DATE: September 4th, 2014
Wine Oh Wine Club: Mat Kearney Verse & Chorus Wine What do you get when you pair Nashville-based musician Mat Kearney with the winemakers at Peju Winery, and San Francisco Magazine/Napa Valley insider Ian White? Well, you get a wine that is music to our ears and our mouths. Mat Kearney grew up with grapevines
CATEGORY: Wine Education   |   DATE: August 13th, 2014
Mendocino: A Dragon With Two Tails by Laura Ness The Mendocino AVA is huge, more for its climactic variation than its total land area: Wine Institute figures indicate it spans 275,200 acres, encompassing ten distinct sub AVAs, with two more pending. The total area planted to vineyards is currently 17,000 acres: compare that to 40,000
CATEGORY: Wine Education   |   DATE: August 4th, 2014
West of West: Where the Fog Doth Rest: by Laura Ness Think of some of your favorite Pinot Noir producers from the Sonoma Coast: names like Littorai, Dumol, Failla, Flowers, Fort Ross, Hartford Court, MacPhail, Peay, Ramey and Siduri. Then add many that might be new, perhaps Alma Fria, Baker Lane, Ceritas, Freeman, Furthermore, Gros
CATEGORY: Videos, Wine Education   |   DATE: July 22nd, 2014
Monique Soltani Interviews Bill Hardy of Hardys Wine Curious why Australians call their most well known wine Shiraz, when everyone else calls it Syrah? We get that and a whole lot more straight from the Aussie’s mouth. Not just from any Aussie, but one of the most famous names in Australian wine, Bill Hardy of