In this episode, Shelley and Phil sit down with, Trevor Treller, the Certified Sommelier of The Culinary Stone, located in Coeur D’alene, Idaho. You’ve heard us talk often about The Culinary Stone as a gourmet heaven for those with a passion for the culinary arts and gathering of community. As Shelley says, “If you like to cook, if you like to eat, The Culinary Stone is the place to be.” Trevor has been in the wine world for many years and he brings his passion and education to us in this episode. #HappyFriday! #ItsWineTime!
For more information on The Culinary Stone wine classes and Noble Rottens Wine Club, please visit https://culinarystone.com/wine-tastings
For more information on The Culinary Stone cooking classes, please visit https://culinarystone.com/cooking-classes
Wines tasted this episode:
For more information on Planeta Winery and this Rosé, please visit https://planeta.it/en/wine/rose-en/
For more information on Evolution wines please visit https://evolutionwine.com
For more information on Bridge Press Cellars, please visit https://bridgepresscellars.com
A big thanks to our sponsors: Culinary Stone, The Social Web, Elsom Cellars
Culinary Stone. Looking for that special bottle of wine or a wine club that really over delivers? How about cooking classes for every taste? Considered a foodies paradise, The Culinary Stone is a gourmet heaven that was dreamt up for, and by, those with a serious passion for the culinary arts and gathering of community. For more information about The Culinary Stone, please visit https://culinarystone.com or call them at 208-277-4116.
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Elsom Cellars. Good times are meant to be shared and so are great grapes and great wines! Since 2006, Elsom Cellars has been producing brilliant Washington wines. For more information about Elsom Wines, please visit http://www.elsomcellars.com or call them at 425-298-3082.
And of course, a HUGE thank you to Tod Hornby who wrote and recorded our official Wine Time Fridays theme music which is anything but average. Please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Other wines we enjoyed this week: Hahn Estate SLH Pinot Noir, Black Stallion Premiere Napa Valley Unison Cabernet Sauvignon (from Shelley for Valentines Day), Cave B Viognier, Jovinea Cellars Viognier/Rousanne, Araldica Albera Barbera d’Asti and Chateau La Graviere Entre-duex-Mers (White Bordeaux)
Wine Word of the Week is Saignée: ‘Bleeding’ in French, and in winemaking the saignée method typically involves ‘bleeding’ off liquid from a tank of juice for red wine in the early stages of the winemaking process.
Mentions: Gary Vaynerchuck, Ethan Lillis, Adam O’Keefe, Vintage Spokane, TJ Tombari, Phil Mershon
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