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Chateau Lynch-Bages Family History

Chateau Lynch-Bages Family History

His great grandfather was a baker, then an insurance salesman, and then a winemaker - and the rest is history. Mari Stull speaks with Jean-Charles Cazes, the young new president of the celebrated winery Chateau Lynch-Bages. Jean-Charles discusses his plans for the company, including their expansion into exciting new wine regions.   More »

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Wine Talk: A-F6:51
Roshambo Winery, Napa Valley

Roshambo Winery, Napa Valley

Roshambo Winery is a place where you can un-tuck your shirt, kick your shoes off and remember what it was like to be a kid again. "Fighting for fun in a Whiney World" is their mantra. Wine Taste TV catches up with founder Naomi Brilliant and discovers her unique approach to wine, art and games at this cutting edge Napa winery.   More »

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Wine Talk: A-F2:32
Kosta Browne's Michael Browne

Kosta Browne's Michael Browne

WineTasteTV's Bonnie Graves talks with Michael Browne about the dramatic rise of Kosta Browne pinot noir to cult wine status. From vineyard sources to their oak program, find out how Kosta Browne is dealing with their rock star status and delivering outstanding California pinot noir.  More »

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Wine Talk: A-F3:19
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-F2:46
Emmanuel Cruse, Chateau d'Issan

Emmanuel Cruse, Chateau d'Issan

It was served at the marriage of Alienor d'Aquitaine in the middle ages, praised by princes in the 18th century, and the favorite of an Austrian emperor almost two centuries ago. Now, Chateau d'Issan is considered a sexy and modern easy-drinking wine. Emmanuel Cruse talks about his favorite vintage in recent history.  More »

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Wine Talk: A-F7:07
Eva Bertran, Gloria Ferrer

Eva Bertran, Gloria Ferrer

Eva Bertran of Gloria Ferrer Winery talks about the history of this Spanish company in California, and what makes methode champenoise sparkling wines great no matter where in the world they come from.  More »

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Wine Talk: A-F2:41
Russell From, Herman Story

Russell From, Herman Story

Russell From shares his small production, high intensity Rhone style wines with Bonnie Graves. Russell's Herman Story wines have drawn rave reviews, and their style and purity live up to the reputation.   More »

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Wine Talk: A-F2:50
Annabelle Cruse-Bardinet, Chateau Corbin

Annabelle Cruse-Bardinet, Chateau Corbin

Annabelle Cruse-Bardinet comes from a long line of winemakers, so it's no surprise that she's making her own mark on Bordeaux at Chateau Corbin. A small estate in the heart of the Saint Emillion region, Corbin has been producing elegant, fruit-forward wines for years.  More »

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Wine Talk: A-F4:26
Dominique Befve, Chateau Lascombes

Dominique Befve, Chateau Lascombes

Since winemaker Dominique Befve joined Chateau Lascombes, this legendary Margaux chateau has wowed the critics with its lush, drink me now style. Ben Giliberti asks whether this youthful appeal will pass the test of time.  More »

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Wine Talk: A-F5:12
Champagne Charles Ellner

Champagne Charles Ellner

Charles Ellner began his career as a riddler, the person who rotates bottles to ensure Champagne's bubbles develop properly. He went on to own what has become a highly acclaimed Champagne house. Sommelier Paul Grieco tastes a lovely Champagne Charles Ellner Brut with producer Sylvain Allart.  More »

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Wine Talk: A-F3:42
Roberto Anselmi

Roberto Anselmi

Regarded as one of Italy's top white wine producers, Roberto Anselmi of Anselmi Wines shows Mari Stull how very different two wines -- both created of the same grape, region, and by the same winemaker -- can be.  More »

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Wine Talk: A-F1:37
Bo Barrett, Chateau Montelena

Bo Barrett, Chateau Montelena

Bo Barrett grew up with Chateau Montelena and their Napa Valley chardonnay and cabernet sauvignon. Now with over 30 years of making wine, he talks about the importance of staying focused on details, quality, and the people who have built their brand.  More »

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Wine Talk: A-F2:50
Domaine Des Croix

Domaine Des Croix

David Croix has already achieved impressive status in Burgundy. at Camille Giroud. Now he's establishing his own label of elegant, youthful wines. Paul Grieco taste the Premier Cru offering from Domaine des Croix, and poses the question, "stemmed or destemmed?"   More »

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Wine Talk: A-F2:59
Ray Coursen: Elyse Winery

Ray Coursen: Elyse Winery

Ray Coursen's Elyse Winery has been turning out world class wines from top vineyard sources. Chris Blanchard visits with Ray and tastes 3 of his favorite wines. After 25 years in Napa Valley, it's all about tasting the fruit and staying down to earth.  More »

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Wine Talk: A-F2:47
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-F8:32
Benziger Family Ties

Benziger Family Ties

More than a dozen members of the Benziger family work together to craft their wines. Chris Benziger explains how their passion for the land and each other drive this Sonoma County winery.  More »

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Wine Talk: A-F2:52
Bruno Eynard, Chateau Lagrange

Bruno Eynard, Chateau Lagrange

As the new head winemaker for the acclaimed Chateau Lagrange, Bruno Eynard knows more than a little about great Bordeaux wines. Now, he sits down with Ben Giliberti to discuss the recent vintages from this historic Grand Cru winery.   More »

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Wine Talk: A-F3:50
Richard Betts, Betts & Scholl

Richard Betts, Betts & Scholl

What makes 'The Chronique' so addictive? Why is it a good thing the American government doesn't speak French? What do sommeliers talk about when they get together? Find out as master sommelier and winemaker Richard Betts talks candidly with Wine Taste TV's Paul Grieco.  More »

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Wine Talk: A-F4:54