Wine Education

CATEGORY: Travel & Lifestyle, Videos   |   DATE: October 23rd, 2013
Franciacorta The glitz and glamor that go along with Northern Italy’s passion for fashion has gotten them all of the international glory, until now. The same region that makes some of the most sought after Italian brands in the world (Prada, Gucci, Ferrari) has been hiding away Italy’s best kept secret. With one sip of
CATEGORY: Videos, Wine Education   |   DATE: September 27th, 2013
Merlot Me Ever since the movie Sideways, Merlot has been viewed by many as the ugly redheaded stepchild of the wine world. Well we are giving you permission to fall in love with Merlot all over again. When you watch this video you will find AT LEAST 10 Things You Don’t Know About Merlot. Wine
CATEGORY: Videos, Wine Education   |   DATE: September 13th, 2013
Wine Tasting Tips with MS Tim Gaiser: Establishing a Routine There are a little over 200 Master Sommeliers in the world and Tim Gaiser is one of them. Want to learn how to taste wine like a Master Sommelier or simply learn a little more about the art of tasting wine? Well watch and learn.
CATEGORY: Videos, Wine Education, Women in Wine   |   DATE: August 14th, 2013
Winemaking 101 with Julie Johnson: Veraison The summer travel season may be in full swing for most folks but for winemakers and grape growers there is no rest for the weary. Now is the time when the grapes start to show their true colors and come to life. On July 26, 2013, I headed back
CATEGORY: News & Events   |   DATE: August 13th, 2013
Are you a Petite Sirah fan? Do you know the difference between Syrah and Petite Sirah? If so, the 1,000 producers of this beautiful, dark skinned beauty of a grape want you. They want you to explore the deep dark, deliciousness that is their passion. And, if you are truly a PS devotee, you might
CATEGORY: Travel & Lifestyle, Videos   |   DATE: July 2nd, 2013
Okanagan Valley Travel Tips Before making your next travel plans, you might want to consider a trip to British Columbia, Canada, especially if you are interested in wine tasting, touring and exploring. The Okanagan Valley runs for 125 miles and is home to more than 100 wineries. British Columbia is about a four hour-drive from