Want to make your own wine? Have you been making beer and thinking about stepping outside the square a little. This video takes you through the simplest and inexpensive way to make wine at home.
Chicken is such a great ingredient because it is so versatile. This cooking how-to video shows you how to make apricot chicken for dinner. You'll love the way the flavors of the chicken and apricot fruit complement each other so well. Serve with lots of veggies.
Are you one to pop open a bottle of wine and throw back a few glasses immediately until it's gone? Well, you may not be aware of this, but there is a science to the proper way to open a bottle of wine. In this video, learn from Wine Tasters TV and Giammario Villa the correct way to open and serve a bottle of wine for friends or in a restaurant.
Some studies say apricots help prevent cataracts, heart disease, and even cancer. They're also high in antioxidants and beta carotene. So, grab an apricot for an on-the-go snack the next time you leave the house or make a low-sugar apricot jam for a sweet & healthy treat.
Having a cocktail party and not quite sure what alcoholic beverages to serve up? Then watch this how to video to learn how to mix up an Apricot Sour. The women love this drink, you will need a little bit apricot brandy, bar mix, and seven up.
There are basically three kinds of wines; reds, whites and sparkling. A red wine typically is usually a heavier and more complex wine, where a white wine is typically considered a lighter and sweeter wine. Sparkling wines, called Champagne if they come from a particular region in France, is a wine where the fermentation process causes the wine to bubble. Sparkling wines are unique and I will not go into too much detail with them other to say that they tend to go very well with appetizers or w...
Gary attacks and talks about Canadian Ice wines and Dessert wines. Gary is blown away by the efforts from up North so check it out as he reviews 2004 Henry Of Pelham Late Harvest Vidal, 2004 Henry Of Pelham Riesling Ice Wine, 2004 Cave Springs Ice Wine Riesling, 2004 Jackson-triggs Vidal Ice wine, 2004 Inniskillin Ice Wine Vidal, 2004 Peller Estate Cabernet Franc Ice Wine.
There’s nothing worse than grabbing a nice bottle of wine and realizing you don’t have a corkscrew. Don’t panic—we’re going to help you get into that sucker.
Watch this video series to learn how to make your own honey wine, known as mead. Mead is a fermented alcoholic beverage made of honey, water, and yeast. Check out other videos on how to cork the bottles and tips on making different flavored meads.
During a wine tasting convention you may be a little apprehensive about spitting wine out. But rest assured that there is proper ettiquette in spitting out wine. This video will demonstrate the correct way to do so.
How would you like to be able to treat your friends and loved ones to meals of perfectly paired food and wine? Learn the real rules of food and wine pairing from professional sommelier in this free culinary video series.
Ange from iYellow wine club meets up with Laura from LCBO.com to talk about wine glasses, and how they affect your perception of how wine tastes. The right glass for a wine will help enjoy your wine better. Watch this video wine tasting tutorial and learn how to choose the right glassware for wine.
Another in the line of the Kern's-tini's is very fresh. Using the fresh juices makes all the difference in the final drink. Remember that what you are creating, either in cooking or in cocktails, the final product can only be as good as the ingredients in it. Watch this video mixology tutorial and learn how to make an apricotini apricot martini. You will need crystallized ginger, lemon juice, cinnamon, vodka, apricot nectar, and fresh apple juice.
Leslie Sobracco discusses wine tasting on Wine Taste TV. She uses the four S technique, Seeing, Swirling, Smelling, and Sipping. Seeing is simply reviewing the color of the wine. Aged red wines should start to lose color around the rim after it has set in the glass for some time. This is due to the aging process. White wines will retain their color throughout because they have been exposed to air throughout the winemaking process. Swirling is placing the glass on the table and running it in c...
Supple Wine demonstrates how to read an Italian wine label. Reading an Italian wine label can be tricky because in Italy there are more grape varieties grown than the rest of the world put together. The first thing to note on a wine label is the producer. Then, note the vintage year. Research what years are good for the different regions. Then, see the name of the wine like Chianti Classico. Chianti is a region within Tuscany. There are sub regions within Chianti that have specific characteri...
Learn how to taste wine like a pro from expert Gary Vaynerchuk of the Wine Library. No need to be intimidated by wine tasting; pick up some pointers for maximizing your exposure to the flavors as well as how to spit that delicious wine right back out! Check out this video oeniphile tutorial and learn how to taste wine the wine snob way.
Don’t pour leftover wine down the drain! Follow these steps to use up every last drop. You Will Need: An open bottle of wine, garlic, soy sauce, ginger, an ice-cube tray, orange juice or lemonade, club soda, fruit wedges, sugar, brandy, whole cloves, a cinnamon stick, orange zest, and a wine vacuum pump, wine-preserver spray, small bottle, or jar.
Homemade wine is popular for hobbyists and oenophiliacs alike, healthy, and often organic. Learn how to make homemade wine from start to finish from an organic gardener in this free wine making video.
Improve your knowledge of red wines with the wine tasting tips of an expert sommelier on a variety of red wines, including cabernet sauvignon, merlot and shiraz, in this free wine video series.
Want to make homemade wine? You're going to need a wine ingredient kit. This video goes over your different wine kit options and the differences between them. Wine is easier to brew than beer because it doesn't involve any boiling, and you can make 30 750ml bottles using a standard wine brewing kit. This video explains which wine kits contain higher or lower concentrations of grape juice, which will in turn lead to a more or less full bodied wine. Homemade wine is easy to make, and choosing t...
Wine labels, do you collect them? Do you want to have a special, personalized or custom label? Today Gary talks about wine labels and the wines behind them. He also tastes some cute label wines and sees if they're as good as they look.
Gary hates the "oak monster" but in an effor to help you choose the best wines, he's offering to test some known oakey wines for you today (2004 Kanu Chenin Blanc Barrel Fermented, 2005 Raymond Reserve Chardonnay, 2003 Robert Young Scion Red, 2004 Casa Lapostolle Clos Apaltaand) and help keep the show about wine tasting unbaised! So if you love oak tasting wines, or are just looking to try something new, check out this video review of the "oak monster wines".
All that information on a wine label is there for a reason – here's how to decipher it. Watch this video tutorial to learn how to read a wine label.
Sometimes you just don't have a corkscrew, and there's really no other way to celebrate with a bottle of wine without one— or is there? If you're daring enough, you can try out this method of boiling the bottle of wine, which will create steam gas inside the wine bottle, causing the cork to slowly rise out of the neck, until it pops off like a champagne bottle! Only try this method if you're willing to heat your wine slightly— it could ruin the overall taste.
Serving a seafood entrée at your next dinner party? Having anxiety about what sort of wine to serve along with it? Don't fret; this oenophile's guide will help you choose the right bottle to best compliment your meal. For more information, and to learn more about pasta wine pairing, watch this wine lover's guide.
In this how-to video, Jake Westerfeld, the online media coordinator for Cameron Hughes Wine, will show you how to open a bottle of wine with your shoe. In order to do this, you will need a shoe and any kind of wine in a bottle. Make sure you practice safety before attempting this, so wear goggles and gloves. First, place the bottom of the bottle inside your shoe. From there, hold the bottle and shoe so that the bottle is horizontal. Next, band the bottom of the shoe against the wall until the...
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make warm mulled wine. The ingredients needed are: red wine, sugar, cloves, orange, a small sliced lemon, and a cinnamon stick. Start out by adding the red wine to a pan and cooking on low heat. The video continues by providing step-by-step instructions on how to make the mulled wine. It allows the viewers to follow along and easily pause the video to keep up to pace. This video will benefit those viewers that enjoy making and drinking warm mulled ...
There's more to hosting a wine tasting than putting out glasses and crackers. These guidelines will help make your party a soiree to remember.
Learn how to open a bottle of wine from expert Gary Vaynerchuk of the Wine Library. Never struggle to get a wine bottle open again with these easy techniques to wrestle off that foil and pop the cork. Check out this video oeniphile tutorial and learn how to open a bottle of wine.
Until you get the hang of it, removing the cork from a bottle of wine can be tricky. Check out these instructions for opening a bottle of wine using a wine key. This video shows you the parts of a wine key, preparing the wine bottle, opening the wine bottle, troubeshooting is the cork breaks and finally serving the wine.
In this episode of Gourmet Again! Sharine makes an Apricot BBQ glaze for a Pork Tenderloin that Ron grills to perfection! Learn how to prepare this delicious pork meal by watching this video cooking tutorial.
Learn how to give the perfect bottle of wine from expert Gary Vaynerchuk of the Wine Library. The first thing to think about is what kind of person the recipient is. Do they want a brand name, or do they want to try something new? Check out this video oeniphile tutorial and learn how to pick out a bottle of wine for a gift.
Learn how to pick out a good, cheap bottle of wine from expert Gary Vaynerchuk. Look for great vintages, because a good year can carry a mediocre producer. The converse is also true; a good producer can make a decent wine even if the grapes were bad that year. Watch this oeniphile video tutorial and learn how to pick out a tasty, inexpensive wine.
Ange from iYellow Wine Club and Laura from LCBO.com discuss tasting a white wine. They cover how to get the most flavor and how to rate the wine. Watch this video wine tasting tutorial and learn how to evaluate and properly taste a white wine as well as learn how to distinguish between a good and bad white wine.
LX.com's Shira Lazar visits Grace Restaurant to receive expert tips on tasting, serving, and picking out the perfect wine for your wine party. Wine tasting can be an elegant gathering, or a fun party with friends. Wines should be selected with the food serving in mind. Learn how to host a wine tasting party by watching this video tutorial.
The type and size of glass that you use when tasting a wine can absolutely enhance the flavor and aroma of your wine. In this video they test a wine in the Taste of Purple Vino 2 glass and find out if it does indeed improve the flavor of wine.
In this video Gary taste tests some Sauternes wines including the classic 1998 Chateau D’yquem. These are great dessert or after dinner wines so check it out and see if you can skip the cheesecake and choose wine instead!
If you're looking to try a new wine, what better way than from Gary Vaynerchuk in his 200th episode as he goes over wines he likes (and hasn't tastes before) that are $200 case cost. There are a lot of wines covered but the player gives you the option to jump to specific ones so check it out!
Gary Vaynerchuk tastes a few Gewutztraminer wines from Alsace and New York. These wines are usually called Gewurtz for short. He gives some background info and then tastes three of their wines and gives a nice description of flavors and foods for pairing.
If you're too hasty opening that wine bottle you may break the cork inside. Don't fret, this video will show you exactly how to recover from a broken cork.