In todays episode, Shelley and Phil are tasting two wines from Dry Farm Wines. Dry farm wine is a wine made using dry farming practices, that is, no irrigation system. These wines all come in UNDER 12.5% ABV and the sugars are lower, too! Listen in and find out how they taste! You may be surprised! #HappyFriday! #ItsWineTime! #Cheersing
Wines tasted this episode:
For more information on Dry Farm Wines, please visit https://www.dryfarmwines.com
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The 3D Kitchens Wine Word of the Week: Free-Run
The juice released by a pile of grapes as their skins split under their own weight, before they are mechanically pressed. With white wines, this initial juice is considered to be the highest quality since it has the least amount of contact with bitter elements in the pips, skins and stems.
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Mentions: Andrew Allison, Coeur D’Alene Summer Theatre, Terroir Fine Wine, Trevor Treller, Vinloq, Jenny and David Somera, Victoria and Paul, Dennis Prager, Brenda and Matt Sparkman.
For more information on the Coeur D’Alene Summer Theatre and/or to purchase tickets to any of their three shows this Summer, including Mama Mia!, please visit http://www.cdasummertheatre.com
For more information on, Vinloq, the first slow decanting and wine preservation system, please visit https://vinloq.com
Wines we enjoyed this week: Columbia Crest Reserve Cabernet (2012), La Vieille Ferme Rosé, Gascon Malbec, Matua Sauvignon Blanc and Sawtooth Chardonnay.
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