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This is Not Goodbye, it's See You Later
This week we hit our 200th episode which is a huge milestone for us. We've made the decision to end Weekly Wine Show. It's a big decision and in this episode we reflect on our past four years and talk about what is next for us.
Pros and Cons of Naked Wines
Have you tried any wine clubs? We've tried a couple wine clubs or club-like retailers and were not thrilled but over the last year we've been testing out Naked Wines. If you've wondered whether a wine club could be valuable and worthwhile, Naked Wines might be your answer.
Make Your Holidays Sparkling
With the holidays just around the corner, we have some sparkling wine recommendations to take the guess work out of selecting wines.
Big thanks to our friends at Palm Bay International and Taub Family Selections for providing us with samples for this episode. Although these wines were provided to us, the opinions and tasting notes in this episode are our own.
This week we are talking about Brachetto d’Acqui. Brachetto d’Acqui is a DOCG in the Piedmont wine region of Northwest Italy.
Wines Featured - Risata Brachetto d’Acqui 2016 and Rinaldi Brachetto d’Acqui 2016
This week we are talking about Lebanon and its wine. Check out our wine recommendations for some amazing wines.
The wine featured: Massaya Terrasses Baalbeck 2012 and Massaya Terrasses Baalbeck 2012
Four Wines December 2019 Edition
Every couple of months we take a pause on our normal format and talk about four wine we’ve enjoyed recently and want to share with all of you.
Wines featured in this episode: Seaglass Unoaked Chardonnay 2017, Perticaia Umbria Rosso IGT 2016, Las Nietas Vineyard Pinot Noir 2013, Les Lunes Wine Zinfandel 2016
1 1/2 Speed
They’re not experts but impart a lot of information.
However, the cadence with which they speak is slow and deliberate.
The solution? 1 1/2 speed!
If you do this I believe it becomes a much more enjoyable podcast.
Bring back the show!!
We miss your weekly podcast. Come back please!
How about ice?
Every time I’ve been to Italy in the spring and summer I’ve been served white wines and Proseccos with ice. Even in fairly nice, expensive, white wines, the waiter will come by and plop a couple cubes in. Uninvited!
It is actually very good and refreshing on a hot day — Italians tend to know what they’re doing on these things.
So why doesn’t this catch on in the US?
Thank you and love the podcast!
Geoff from Brooklyn