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Episode 125 – Wines to Kick Off Football Season

Episode 125 – Wines to Kick Off Football Season Episode 125 – Wines to Kick Off Football Season

In todays episode, Shelley throws Phil under the bus for choosing a sweet Lambrusco instead of a dry one,  they discuss wines that will go perfectly with football parties and taste through two of them! Football season is here! Let’s celebrate! #HappyFriday! #ItsWineTime! #Cheersing

Wines tasted this episode:

  • 2020 Riunite Lambrusco (Fred Meyer $7)
  • 2018 Cave du Vieil Armand Riesling Ollwiller (Wine Library for $36)

For more information on the 2018 Cave du Vieil Armand Riesling Ollwiller, please visit https://winelibrary.com/wines/riesling/2018-la-cave-du-vieil-armand-riesling-grand-cru-ollwiller-127137

Thanks to our sponsors: CDA Fresh and Eternal Wine

Coeur D’alene FRESH: Located in downtown Coeur d’Alene, FRESH wine bar is a place to meet friends, relax and just be Coeur d’Alene. Stop by for a fun time every Wednesday around 5:30 for WINO Wednesday. Consider FRESH wine bar for your next event. Stop by or visit https://www.freshwinebar.com

Eternal Wine:  Are you a Rhone Ranger or just really love Syrah? Then you need to check out Eternal Wine! Their focus is on single vineyard Rhone valley wines in Washington State. Also check out their Drink Washington State brand of approachable wines! Visit https://eternalwine.com for more information or simply call 509-240-6258. Eternal Wine: Drink Wine, Be Happy.

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 visit https://todhornby.com or contact him at 

veryaveragemusic@gmail.com

The  Cuvée Collective Wine Word of the Week – Wine Thief

A wine thief is a tube shaped tool that you can dip into your carboy, primary fermenter, or barrel and extract a portion of your developing wine. This tool is typically 12 – 24 inches in length, has an opening on the top for easy testing access, and a valve at the bottom that will allow the wine to flow when depressed. The wine thief’s job is to “steal” wine from the barrel to test at different stages in the winemaking process.

For more information about the Robert Craig NFT collection head to www.cuveecollective.com/robertcraig’ (live link after September 12). Keep an eye out for future NFT drops with Cuvée Collective by signing up for their newsletter (www.cuveecollective.com) and following them on on TwitterInstagram and in Discord

Mentions: Janine Douglass, J. Lohr, Brenda Sparkman, Wine Library, GaryVee Wine Club, Robert Craig Winery, Pour for Polio, Brian Fanzo, Sip Local Bingo, The Culinary Stone and Elsom Cellars.

Check out the GaryVee Wine Club by visiting https://winelibrary.com/clubs/garyvee-s-monthly-wine-club?f=b

Check out our conversation with Jessica Yañez in episode 101 when we feature Robert Craig and our conversation with Cuvée Collective CEO Andrew Allison in episode 115.

Check out Shelley’s blog post, “Idaho Wineries – No Longer Small Potatoes” by visiting https://www.intentionalcaregiver.com/idaho-wineries-no-longer-small-potatoes/?fbclid=IwAR3m8nMKixjEAoGM9ouSjVHjRK5JvCTgXLsumbghnUlJMIgLHPhLJrELRRg

Wines we enjoyed this week:  Williamson Vineyards Albariño, True Oak Sauvignon Blanc, Syzygy Faros 136 and Maryhill Rose’ of Sangiovese, Sea Sun Chardonnay and the 2012 Big Pour. 

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