Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Syrah – Red Wine Guide

Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Syrah - Red Wine Guide

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Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Syrah – Red Wine Guide

http://betterbook.com/wine Expert sommelier and wine educator Marnie Old guides you through four premium varieties of red wine: Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet …
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Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Syrah - Red Wine Guide
Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Syrah - Red Wine Guide
Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Syrah - Red Wine Guide
Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Syrah - Red Wine Guide
Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Syrah - Red Wine Guide

Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Syrah - Red Wine Guide

Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Syrah - Red Wine Guide

50 thoughts on “Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Syrah – Red Wine Guide

  1. Wish you would add Malbec to your red wine discussion, its my favorite and
    I would like to hear a discussion by you on it as to where it fits in and
    how it compares to the other reds you detailed. ?

  2. Nice job explaining these wines – we love red blends – and most red wines
    are really blends after all! Very few pure varietals sold.?

  3. Do not serve Shiraz/Syrah

    Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Syrah – Red Wine Guide?

  4. “Mhmmm this wine’s delicious. I mean it’s not really delicious like hot
    chocolate or coke but for wine it’s pretty good!” – Jeremy Osborne, Peep
    Show. Quote always springs to kind when people get pompous about something
    that is essentially just attractively packaged poison. Happy drinking
    folks!?

  5. Awesome! Well explained and illustrated! I like how you compared it to some
    mainstream fruits!?

  6. Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Syrah – Red Wine Guide?

  7. what wine should i try first, please help me. I can’t decide what wine
    bottle to buy for the first time and if i like i can move on later.?

  8. senora or senorita you are great
    you speak so clear,
    i should have you here to do my monthly tasting,instead of me,
    by the way where are you in the world??

  9. Interesting to note the the Shiraz (Syrah) referred to is a really cheap
    and very lowly mass produced Penfold brand wine in Australia…most Aussies
    who love their wines wouldn’t even cook with it! Shiraz takes its name
    from an ancient city in Persia, now Iran and is a variety better suited to
    warmer climates. Persia was once (prior Islam) a famous wine producing
    region it is likely that the wine spoken of in the Bible was Shiraz. Good
    Shiraz ages extremely well, maturing and softening as it does – rarely a
    “drink now” style. Do yourself a favor – get a well aged Shiraz from the
    Barossa region of Australia and it will reward with a soft full bodied wine
    with BIG flavor – perfect for an aged prime steak…?

  10. Wine Education.. Sip smarter, not harder:) Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet
    Sauvignon, Shiraz, Syrah – Red Wine Guide?

  11. I work at a Wine warehouse at nights and run a landscaping business as
    well. Broke my femur in half in a streetbike accident and now I have an
    excuse to catch up on my wines lol. Keep them coming!?

  12. So entertaining to watch her explain how it tastes in a variety of wines.
    They all taste good but my favorite is cabernet sauvignon?

  13. why doesnt anyone ever talk about nebbiolo grapes? they produced barolo and
    barbaresco, among the most expensive and prestigious wines in the world.
    Every video is about cabernet sauvignon pinot noir and merlot..but the
    world wine is so much more interesting and specific! It would be nice to
    receive some infos about other grapes sometimes.?

  14. Think she needs an central otago pinot noir, will change everything she
    believes!?

  15. This lady is misinformed…Central Ortago is the premier area for pinot in
    New Zealand… however many of these offerings taste pretty much the same,
    a lighter style pinot mass produced and cleverly marketed…recent
    international competitions identified Oregon as best (on average) followed
    by Tasmania, the southernmost state of Australia, then Canada, New Zealand
    and California. Haven’t tried Canadian yet but Tasmania produces
    absolutely fabulous Pinot at the full-bodied end of the scale, dark, rich
    and made to cellar for many years… ?

  16. Oregon is ‘Burgundy West’?! No way, Central Otago. IMO the best New World
    producer of Pinot. New Zealanders make gorgeous PN and should be crowned
    Burgundy of the New World 😀

  17. i’ve read from a book that it is healthy to drink wine everyday. It is good
    for our heart since it regulates our blood circulation.

  18. @christianz2010 Sounds so stupid, right? But there is a difference. I used
    to be in your situation years ago. I don’t blame you.

  19. Also, the little-known wine-making region of Dealurile Munteniei in Romania
    makes some excellent Pinot Noirs that are around the $10-$12 range, but are
    comparable to French wines of five times the price. Mainly this is because
    the region has a very similar climate to Bourgogne.

  20. @BH7JEZ Me too, but then again, the one I tried was very new, had almost
    all the tell-tale sign that it had gone through carbonic maceration. The
    one I tried today in tutorial is older and drier.

  21. This is just ridiculous. She said all red wines in Bourgogne are made out
    of Pinot Noir. That is absolutely false since the entire Beaujolais, wich
    is in Bourgogne uses Gamay. And what about Passe-tout-grain that blends the
    two grapes? That’s just basic wine knowledge… Doesn’t start the video
    well…

  22. I had some wine at a french restaurant about 20 years a go and I have been
    tried several times to immolate that and no success yet, At first I thought
    it was? the duck I had ordered but it wasn’t anyway, it has crossed my mind
    that maybe I should just back to that same place and see if they have the
    same wine. Which wine could I purchase that would give me a better chance
    of recreating this beautiful taste?

  23. i have in my hand a delicious pinot noir that cost me about 4$. really
    good. i always wonder…if i pour my wine into this 25$ pinot bottle –
    would she tell the difference? 🙂

  24. A pino that I bought from store gave me a light brown colour instead of
    bright red, may I know why

  25. Also Beaujolais is also considered to be from Burgundy but it is made from
    the grape Gamay.

  26. Absolutely. It has lots of health benefits including feeling really great
    and becoming more attractive to others. I drink nothing but wine all day
    everyday and my doctor always gives me a full bill of health.

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