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Maslow6 wine shop introduces their new YouTube series, educating wine lovers on different regional wines, wine tasting tips, and all things wine.


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Attain Confidence And Ease With Wine With Video Wine Academy, The World’s First And Only Step-by-step Video Wine Tasting Course Viewable On Your Computer, Tablet Or Smartphone.
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#3 in the new Tastemaker Video-Series brought to you by the San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival this November 17-21, 2010. Listen as wine experts, Lisa Redwine and Lindsay Pomeroy, guide you through a tasting of exquisite wines that will be featured during this year’s Festival. For wine tasting tips and other information, visit www.worldofwineevents.com.


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#3 in the new Tastemaker Video-Series brought to you by the San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival this November 17-21, 2010. Listen as wine experts, Lisa Redwine and Lindsay Pomeroy, guide you through a tasting of exquisite wines that will be featured during this year’s Festival. For wine tasting tips and other information, visit www.worldofwineevents.com.


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www.sniffandspit.com. Rebecca Dunphy from Sniff and Spit compares a Chablis 1er Cru, Domaine Hamelin, 2008 and the other an aged American Chardonnay, Cold Creek from Chateau Ste Michelle, 2005 . Here we have two wines, both Chardonnay, but they are totally different. Look at the beautiful depth of colour in the American wine — almost like liquid gold– it’s richer and riper looking — typical warm climate Chardonnay, but it is oak maturation and maturation in bottle that gives it this golden glow. Ageing slowly oxidises wine and just as when you take a bite out of an apple it turns brown, so will wine — nothing stays fresh forever, unless of course you are a Chablis. Look how reflective and light in colour the Chablis is. The cooler northerly climate of Chablis means that the acidity is so much higher and it will keep the wine fresher for longer, plus there was no oak ageing, it was made in stainless steel and kept well away from oxygen. It’s lost the green tinge that you would have seen initially when the wine was first bottled but even with a few years in bottle it is still light and vibrant. Look out for legs or arches too. This is when the wine clings to the glass and forms an arch shape. They don’t indicate quality, rather high levels of alcohol so they won’t be noticeable in any wine under 12%. The more legs you see the more legless you will be – you’ve been warned!


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