In todays episode, Shelley and Phil taste through two wines, a Schug Carneros Pinot Noir (a recent Winery NFT from Cuvée Collective) and a Clearwater Canyon Carménère, in honor of Carménère Day, while talking about their very first Friendsgiving. A reminder that whatever happens at Friendsgiving stays at Friendsgiving!
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Wine Time Fridays Rating System: Phenomenal ?, Practically Perfect ? , Pleasant ?, Problematic ?, Pleagth (Pitiful and Pathetic) ?
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For more information on Schug Winery, please visit https://schugwinery.com
For more information on Clearwater Canyon Cellars, please visit https://clearwatercanyoncellars.com
To find out more about the Cuvée Collective Schug Wine NFT please visit https://www.cuveecollective.com/marketplace/wine/schug-carneros-estate
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The Elsom Cellars Wine Word of the Week – Bouquet
Very simply, a wine aroma is derived from the grape variety (e.g. Zinfandel or Cabernet Franc) and a wine bouquet is derived from the winemaking process of fermentation and aging. A classic example of a wine bouquet is the smell of vanilla, which usually comes from aging wine in new oak barrels.
For more information on Elsom Cellars, an Urban Winery, please visit https://www.elsomcellars.com
Mentions: Sam Lange, Beverly’s Restaurant, Jenny and David Somera, Brenda and Matt Sparkman, Drink Washington State, Mumm, Frichette, Sara Wilson, Bottle Joy, Coeur D’alene FRESH Wine Bar, Candle in the Woods, Vicino Pizza, Naomi Boutz, Flame and Cork, Fire, Wine Text.
Check out episodes 055, 095, 113, 114 and 129.
Wines we enjoyed this week: Maryhill Winemaker’s Red, Elsom Cellars Syrah and a 2013 Lake Coeur d’Alene Red Wine.
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