Sommelier School Lesson 8 Côte Chalonnaise, Mâconnais, Beaujolais This week we will cover the rest of Burgundy. While last week covered what could be considered the two most important areas of Burgundy, the remaining three also produce wines of quality, just not as
Mark reviews the 2007 Gabbiano Chianti Today’s link: Gabbiano Winery m3qb45dypg
Mark reviews the 2005 Jurtschitsch Sonnhof Mozart Grüner Veltliner. Links for today’s episode: Jurtschitsch Sonnhof Mozart Grüner Veltliner’s importer. San Antonio Express-News article about Twitter and Business.
6/24/10 Update: At the request of one of the guests on this episode, I’ve removed the video until further notice. While I don’t find anything necessarily wrong with the video, the guest said that there was negative feedback about it. Since this is NOT
Sommelier School Lesson 7 Chablis & Côte d’Or Welcome to today’s lesson of Sommelier School. Today we will cover two areas. Chablis and Côte d’Or. While both are part of Burgundy. They are very different from each other. Let’s start with Chablis.
Mark reviews the 2007 Columbia Crest Two Vines Vineyard 10 White Wine. Wine reviewed in this episode: 2007 Columbia Crest Two Vines Vineyard 10 White Wine
Mark reviews the 2006 Zonin Primo Amore and the 2007 Kendall Jackson Sauvignon Blanc while tasting some awesome food from Papouli’s Greek Grill at the Sales By 5 Pity Party. Links to companies mentioned: Papoulis Sales By 5 The Restaurant Mentor Wines reviewed: 2006 Zonin
Mark reviews the 2006 Now & Zen Wasabi White
Sommelier School Lesson 6 Burgundy Overview Ah, Burgundy. The other great wine area in France. Burgundy along with Bordeaux produce some of the finest wines in the world, though it only produces about 25% as much wine as Bordeaux. It’s also a place that many
Mark reviews the 2004 Ey (Aye-e) Vigne Las Collas