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Video: White Wines of Burgundy

Chardonnay is the white grape of Burgundy and this moderate growing region of France is where you find some of it’s greatest expressions. Names like Montrachet, Chablis and Pouilly-Fuissé. This is the region where the chardonnay grape developed and today it’s made in a range of styles. From bone-dry wines with minerality and acidity to […]

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Video: Belgian Beer

What wine is to France, beer is to Belgium. Join host Michael Fagan as he discovers a world of beers that is all about styles, tradition and innovation. Relax at a café, learn how to pour the perfect glass, explore the range of flavours and immerse yourself in a lifestyle that is the beer lovers […]

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Video: Red Wines of Burgundy

Burgundy’s influence in the world of wine far outreaches its geographic footprint. It is the home of pinot noir, a grape that has captured the imagination of winemakers around the globe. (more…)

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Video: The Wines of Southern Italy

Video: The Wines of Southern Italy . Produced by the LCBO Broadcast Production Group, Jim Fitzpatrick takes us on a journey through the wine styles of Southern Italy. Beginning with the sun-baked beauty and unique wines of Sicily, this journey continues on the mainland through historic Campania and over to Apulia, the fertile region that forms […]

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Winemaker Spotlight: Alexandrine Roy

Winemaker Spotlight: Alexandrine Roy Women are developing tremendous influence in the wine and food industry, rising to the top of the ranks as winery owners, sommeliers, chefs, winemakers, vineyard managers, writers and educators. The aim of this series is to represent the Pacific Northwest women in Oregon and Washington who are developing tremendous influence in […]

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The News Tribune: An Interview with Marc Hinton

This week, writer and reporter Craig Sailor of the Tacoma News Tribune interviewed Enobytes writer and author Marc Hinton about his book, A History of Pacific Northwest Cuisine, Mastodons to Molecular Gastronomy. Head over to the article to read about camels, the Makah’s, Lewis and Clark, and of course food and wine, in his article titled, […]

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