• How sherry is transferred from cask to cask

    … A short film showing the way that sherries are transferred from cask to cask in the solera/criadera system. This is biologically aged sherry (fino), so a special device is used so that the flor isn’t damaged when fresh wine is added. The fresh wine adds nutrients that helps maintain the flor layer in a healthy condition. [This was shot in very low light, with a very wide aperture, so the camera is hunting around for focus a bit, apologies. It's just such an interesting process I wanted to share it.] …

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  • Peter Mondavi, Sr. Turns 100 Years Old (VIDEOS)

    … sure to tell him Monique says Hi! Monique is the Founder and Host of Wine Oh TV and has a certification from the Court of Master Sommeliers. Monique is an experienced broadcast journalist and has worked at various television stations across the country and most recently at KPIX-TV/CBS 5 and KSEE-TV/NBC 24 More Posts - Twitter - LinkedIn - Google Plus …

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  • Ilja Gort and Château la Tulipe de la Garde

    … Ilja Gort and Château la Tulipe de la Garde If you are not running down to Sainsbury’s with a crisp tenner flapping in your hand after seeing this video, I’ll be very surprised. With that magnificent beard this little chap – Ilja Gort – could be nothing but French! The attitude he imparts is engaging and unfussily Bordeaux, yet still he imparts…

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  • Is Climate Change Ruining Wine Corks (VIDEO)

    … Is Climate Change Ruining Wine Corks? (VIDEO) 0 Study Claims Rising Temperatures Tainting Wine: Is it True? Screw-caps or natural wine corks? Climate change has the wine closure conversation heating up. In this video, Wine Oh TV’s Monique Soltani asks the experts and finds out if global warming is impacting wine corks and ruining your…

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