In this episode Scott takes a look at the quality and value that comes from the often overlooked region in the SW part of France known as Cohors.
“Wine is sunlight, held together by water.” ― Galileo Galilei
Venokado is really unlike any wine store that I have ever been to. Located in the hip open space in the new Santa Monica Place Mall known as “The Market” they are one of those places that you want people to know about, because you want them to stay in business, but you are cautious who you tell cause you don’t want them to get too big either
In this episode Scott takes a look at some of the Italian wines that are being made in California.
In this episode Scott takes a look at four Pinot Gris wines from Oregon State and is amazed by the overall freshness of these wines.
Red blends from Washington are the topic of Winegazer TV Episode 20
In this episode of Winegazer TV four Pinot Noir wines from four different appellations of California, all under $50 retail, go head-to-head and battle for “Pinot Supremacy”.
In this episode of Winegazer TV Scott hits the road and visits Morgan Clendenen – owner & winemaker at Cold Heaven Cellars – who is known for producing some of the best cool-climate Viognier wines in California
Domaine De La Casa Blanca 2005 Banyuls – a fortified red dessert wine from the south of France – paired with Green & Black 85% Dark chocolate is a match as classic as peanut butter & jelly.
Petite Sirah wines from Bogle, Castle Rock, Michael David, and Ravenswood – that all sell for around $10 – go head-to-head as a fun way to explore the value that can be found with this varietal in California.
In the latest episode of Winegazer TV, Scott takes a look at the Côtes du Rhône appellation located in the Southern part of France
In this episode Scott takes a look at the exciting wine region in California known as Santa Barbara County. He reviews Pinot Noir and Cabernet Franc wines from Carr Winery and a Super Tuscan blend from Silver Winery.