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Burgundy vs. California Competition

Burgundy vs. California Competition

France may be the undisputed king of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, but will the tasting panel favor the upstart California wines? See the excitement and silliness of the French Wine Society's 'France vs. the Rest of the World' tasting at the D.C International Wine Festival.  More »

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Wine Regions: France 3:39
Jean-Luc Colombo

Jean-Luc Colombo

Mari Stull talks about wine, food and fun with Jean-Luc Colombo, also known as the winemaking wizard of the Rhone and famed for producing innovative wines with real personality.  More »

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Wine Talk: A-F 8:32
Jeremy Seysses, Domaine Dujac

Jeremy Seysses, Domaine Dujac

Paul Grieco and Robert Bohr taste the elegant wines of Domaine Dujac, one of Burgundy's finest producers, with winemaker Jeremy Seysses.   More »

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Wine Talk: Q-Z 5:59
Aaron Pott, Blackbird Vineyards

Aaron Pott, Blackbird Vineyards

With Aaron Pott in the vineyard at Blackbird, you don't have to go to Bordeaux for an elegant merlot. This California winegrower shares his passion for Pomerol style merlot with WineTasteTV.  More »

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Wine Talk: L-P 3:45
2005 Bordeaux Debut

2005 Bordeaux Debut

Do the 2005 Bordeaux live up to the hype that's been building ever since the harvest? Ben Giliberti takes you behind the scenes at the Union of Grand Cru tasting to get the inside story from top Chateau owners.   More »

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Wine Regions: France 3:45
Saint Julien Second Labels

Saint Julien Second Labels

For fine Bordeaux on a budget, second labels offer Saturday night style on a Tuesday night budget. Ben Giliberti tastes three Saint Julien offerings from 2004 with elegant style at a reduced price.  More »

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Wine Regions: France 5:54
Margaux Times Two

Margaux Times Two

Nobody balances oak with fruit better than the winemakers of Bordeaux. Tasting wines from the 2004 vintage of the prestigiuos Margaux region, Ben Giliberti samples two wines that are on two opposite ends of the oak spectrum. One wine shows lots of oak, one very little, but they're both delicious and both perfect examples of classic Margaux style.   More »

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Wine Regions: France 5:01
Hudson Chardonnay

Hudson Chardonnay

The Hudson Vineyard is already used in some of California's finest chardonnay. Now Chris Blanchard introduces us to Hudson's own bottling of the precious fruit. It's the perfect companion for lobster risotto, but it will do just fine all by itself.  More »

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Wine Regions: United States 1:47
Baldacci Four Sons Cabernet

Baldacci Four Sons Cabernet

You could go to Redd and order a great bottle of wine for $900. Or, you could get a perfectly delcious bottle for $45. That's what Chris Blanchard calls a steal. In this tasting, he turns us on to Baldacci Four Sons Cabernet Sauvignon, a great value that pairs with everything from chocolate cake to a thick cut steak.   More »

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Wine Regions: United States 1:43
Crocker & Starr Cabernet Franc

Crocker & Starr Cabernet Franc

Crocker & Starr Cabernet Franc makes Chris Blanchard sing, packing all the richness and flavor intensity of Cabernet Sauvignon, but with a rustic edge. It's another insider find from Napa Valley.   More »

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United States: California 1:32
Jacques Bavard: 2005 Bourgogne Chardonnay

Jacques Bavard: 2005 Bourgogne Chardonnay

Jacques Bavard shares his 2005 Bourgogne with Rick Pitcher and WineTasteTV. A restauranteur turned winemaker, his first bottling provides a rich expression of chardonnay in an "easy" and nearly perfect vintage.  More »

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Wine Talk: A-F 2:46
Gevrey Chambertin, Robert Groffier 2005

Gevrey Chambertin, Robert Groffier 2005

Ben Giliberti tastes a 2005 red Burgundy from the commune of Gevrey-Chambertin. Some of the grandest wines of this commune are among the longest-lived red wines of Burgundy and require lots of aging to show their best. But this village level Gevrey-Chambertin has lots of bright cherry fruit and is deliciously ready to drink now.  More »

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Wine 101: Education 2:26
Morey St Denis Aux Charmes, Amiot Pere et Fils

Morey St Denis Aux Charmes, Amiot Pere et Fils

Ben Giliberti tastes this well structured 2005 red Burgundy from the commune of Morey Saint-Denis, which sits between Gevrey-Chambertin and Chambolle-Musigny. Just over the border from Gevrey-Chambertin, it offers a similarly powerful style in this award winning vintage.   More »

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Wine Regions: France 2:59
Chambolle-Musigny, Hudelot-Noellat

Chambolle-Musigny, Hudelot-Noellat

Ben Giliberti tastes this elegant 2005 red Burgundy from Chambolle-Musigny. Along with Volnay, Chambolle-Musigny produces the most fragrant wines of Burgundy, and this wine offers notes of violets and sweet fruit on the nose.   More »

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Wine Regions: France 3:27
Clos Vougeot Musigni, Gros Frere et Soeur

Clos Vougeot Musigni, Gros Frere et Soeur

Ben Giliberti loves this powerful and age-worthy 2005 Clos Vougeot. Gros Frere is among the most conscientious Clos Vougeot producers and owns one of the best parcels of vineyard land, just beneath the slope of the legendary grand cru Musigny.   More »

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Wine Regions: France 2:15
Vosne-Romanee, Hudelot-Noellat

Vosne-Romanee, Hudelot-Noellat

Ben Giliberti reviews this classy 2005 red Burgundy from Hudelot-Noellat. Many consider Vosne-Romanee to be the single best commune of Burgundy, offering a balance of power and subtlety allied with silky fruit.   More »

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Wine Regions: France 2:16
Nuits-St Georges, Henri Gouges

Nuits-St Georges, Henri Gouges

Ben Giliberti tastes two 2005 Nuits St Georges from legendary Burgundy producer Henri Gouges. Les Chenes-Carteaux and Clos des Porrets are built for the long haul, and these two premier cru will be at their best in 10 to 15 years.   More »

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Wine Regions: France 4:08
Beaune Clos de la Mousse, Bouchard

Beaune Clos de la Mousse, Bouchard

Ben Giliberti tastes this ready to drink 2005 red Burgundy. Although Beaune is best known for its white wines, this lighter style red from Bouchard Pere et Fils is quite appealing in 2005.   More »

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Wine Regions: France 2:32
Corton-Renardes, Prince de Merode

Corton-Renardes, Prince de Merode

Ben Giliberti tastes this fabulous 2005 red Burgundy from the prestigious Prince de Merode. Corton is the only gran cru that produces both red and white Burgundies and although this wine is delicious now, it will continue to improve for a decade or more.   More »

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Wine Regions: France 2:31
Pommard Clos de la Platiere, Prince de Merode

Pommard Clos de la Platiere, Prince de Merode

Ben Giliberti tastes this 2005 red Burgundy from the prestigious domain of Prince de Merode and finds it remarkably ready to drink now. With forward fruit, the reds of Pommard are among the most popular Burgundies and this complex, superbly defined wine will improve in the cellar over the next five to seven years.   More »

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Wine Regions: France 3:06

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