In a video update to a beloved chapter from his 'The Book of Basketball,' Bill Simmons picks his Wine Bottle Team for the 21st Century. Bill and members of the Ringer staff debate who is the best version of each superstar player. But with all that talent on one team, who do you get to coach them? Who do you pick as your irrational confidence guy? All is answered in this one-hour special for The Ringer’s 2018 #NBAPalooza. Get your official #NBAPalooza gear at the Ringer web store: https://theringer.com/shop CONNECT Website: http://theringer.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/ringer Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ringer Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ringer YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT83YP07yVuaH9J19YABhlw
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From wine elves to classy pitchmen, American winemakers have tried just about everything to challenge the dominance of French vintners. And yet, with infamous labels like Ripple and Thunderbird, Yankee wines had long endured the reputation of being good for just one one thing—getting blitzed. So it must have seemed like a cruel joke in 1976 when a British wine merchant arranged The Paris Tasting, a one-of-its-kind competition that pitted mighty France versus lowly America in a blind taste test judged entirely by Gallic wine experts. But as viewers of the movie Bottle Shock and the documentary Mondovino can tell you, the unthinkable happened: America took home top honors for both red and white wine. The Paris Tasting made Mike Grgich an instant legend, but back then, even the maker of the winning white couldn't believe he had won. "I said are you sure it's me?" recalls Grgich. How could this American, an immigrant who fled communist Yugoslavia, shock the world? The French wanted to find out, so Jean-Noël Fourmeaux, an official government wine taster became a wine spy. He headed to California to discover how, in the span of a couple of decades, American winemakers progressed from Thunderbird to Grgich's award-winning white. Fourmeaux encountered a freewheeling atmosphere of technological and cultural innovation—one that attracted the likes of Squire Fridell of Glen Lyon Vineyards, a winemaker who has his own reason for smiling at America's emergence as a leader in wine. Fourmeaux pondered what he could create by mixing French tradition with Yankee innovation, and it led him to a most unexpected decision. "Red, White, and Sacrebleu" is written and produced by Ted Balaker, who also hosts. Director of Photography: Alex Manning; Field Producers: Paul Detrick and Hawk Jensen; Production Associates: Zach Weissmueller and Tannen Wels. Special thanks to D'Argenzio Winery and the Wine Institute. Approximately 7.30 minutes. For downloadable versions, go to http://reason.tv
Views: 30761 ReasonTV
On this episode of The Bum Wine Reviews we review some Cisco Berry, the berry-est of bum wines! No relation to Sisqo or thongs. Please like/sub/favorite if you enjoyed this video! New videos every Monday, Wednesday & Friday at 6pm pst! Bum Wine playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCJsxHc5QjVNiaKJRigzrHhjq7U7CjE1Q ------------------------------ Our Vlog Channel! http://www.youtube.com/user/VlogMoo Cult Moo Merch! http://cultmoo.spreadshirt.com/ Follow us on Twitter! http://twitter.com/cultmoo Like us on Facebook! http://facebook.com/cultmoo ------------------------------ Cult Moo © 2014 CultMoo is in no way associated with the product(s) featured on our show
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(6 Dec 2009) SHOTLIST 1. Exterior of La Tour d'Argent restaurant 2. Mid of sign reading "La Tour d'Argent" above entrance 3. Interior of restaurant with Notre Dame Cathedral seen through the window 4. Close of flowers on table, Notre Dame seen through window in background 5. Set up shot of Andre Terrail, owner of La Tour d'Argent restaurant, looking at wine list 6. Close of wine list 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Andre Terrail, owner of La Tour d'Argent restaurant: "Now is the time we thought to sell just a small selection of the wine cellar because 18-thousand out of 450-thousand is just a very small portion. But it's a wonderful way to make it breathe, make some small adjustments here and there, and carry on buying wines for the next vintages." 8. Pan from bell ringing outside the wine cellar to chief sommelier David Ridgway arriving and saying (English) "Welcome to the Tour d'Argent cellars, please follow me" 9. Tracking shot of Ridgway walking through the wine cellar 10. Mid of Ridgway taking a bottle of wine from shelf 11. SOUNDBITE (English) David Ridgway, chief sommelier at La Tour d'Argent restaurant: "We have these wines we could keep for another 20, 30 years, but at the same time if we want to buy young vintages like the 2009s that have been produced which are a great vintage in France generally, if we want to buy that we're going to have to make space for them. So to make space for them, we have to sell more than we are selling actually. So ..." 12. Close of bottles in cellar 13. Mid of Andre Terrail entering the wine cellar and looking at bottles 14. Close of bottles of Xeres, dated 1830, and Porto Grahams, dated 1887 15. SOUNDBITE (English) Andre Terrail, owner of La Tour d'Argent restaurant: "What is absolutely exceptional in the selection of wines that we are proposing is the fact that the wines have been perfectly kept during all those years. We always say that the wines have only made one trip from the wine makers to our wine cellars. Until then they have not moved." 16. Close of Clos du Griffier Cognac from 1788 17. Mid of the Clos du Griffier Cognac from 1788 18. SOUNDBITE (English) David Ridgway, chief sommelier at La Tour d'Argent restaurant: "We have a sentimental value because obviously they are the oldest bottles in the cellar, but maybe our sentiments are not reality so it will be interesting to see." 19. Mid of very old bottles on shelves 20. Set up of Alexis Velliet, auctioneer at Piasa auction house 21. SOUNDBITE (French) Alexis Velliet, auctioneer: "For a wine connoisseur, it's the top, the top choice, of conservation. It's obviously very rewarding to organise it and I hope that the connoisseurs will participate in the auction one way or another." 22. Mid of auction book STORYLINE The landmark La Tour d'Argent restaurant in Paris, which dates back to 1582, is cleaning out its 450-thousand-bottle wine cellar - considered one of the best and biggest in the world - and putting 18-thousand bottles up for auction on Monday, an event that has captured the imagination of French wine lovers. The restaurant is selling mostly wine but also some very old spirits, like three bottles of a Clos du Griffier Cognac from 1788, the year before the French Revolution, as well as the ancient Armagnac, valued at 400 - 500 euros (594 -742 US dollars) a bottle. The restaurant wants to cut down on wines it has in multiple to vary and modernise its selection. "You'll probably see, we've got too many bottles," jokes chief sommelier David Ridgway, unlocking a padlocked iron gate that ushers visitors into the restaurant's labyrinthine cellar, where bottles are stacked floor to ceiling in a succession of caverns. Ridgeway, a Briton, has overseen the wine list since the early 1980s. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d4860a0ff1fa91c51e475a0d357c9899 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Dry Farm Wines is the only lab tested, health quantified, Natural Wine club, and the largest buyer and seller of natural wine in the world. We travel the world meeting with growers in search of the finest biodynamic wines for our members. Learn more at http://bit.ly/DryFarmWines-YT. WEB http://bit.ly/DryFarmWines-YT INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/dryfarmwines FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/dryfarmwines Raw Wine Isabelle Legeron is the founder of Raw Wine Fair and author of Natural Wine: an introduction to organic and biodynamic wines. Raw Wine Fair is the world’s largest community of low-intervention organic, biodynamic and natural wines. WEB https://www.rawwine.com/ INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/rawwineworld FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/rawwineworld ISABELLE'S BOOK https://amzn.to/2GpcXNI 00:00 - Why’d you start Raw Wine? 00:35 - The Landscape of the Wine industry 01:50 - The low intervention, organic, biodynamic natural wine movement 02:23 - I created Raw wine because.. 03:15 - Where does Raw wine go from here? 04:00 - The Transparency agenda - Ingredient list on a bottle 04:32 - At the moment there is no choice of what you are drinking. 05:21 - Wine can be a live product. Most wines are dead. 05:30 - People should have the choice 05:50 - What can we do as a consumer to make a difference? 07:14 - In Europe you’re not allowed to put ingredients on your label. 07:50 - Adopt the same philosophy as you would with food. 8:10 - Most people believe wine is completely natural 08:21 - There is no awareness of wine. 08:45 - The minute we get an ingredient label on a bottle of wine things will be very different. 09:50 - The natural wine community is all connected. 10:20 - These growers are not very wealthy. 11:20 - What do you think about Dry Farm Wines? 12:35 - This is how you make change 13:15 - Committing your values into a bottle of wine is the best form of support 14:30 - The wine is still alive the microbiology is present. 15:00 - So much effort has gone into the winemaking 16:00 - Improving land through biodiversity 19:30 - What does love mean to you? Respect & Humility
Views: 545 Dry Farm Wines
Part 2 in a 3 part series on the Gemtree Vineyards. In this clip, David Gill from Booze Brothers and Gemtree's chief winemaker, Mike Brown talk about some of the companies new releases. Meet Your Maker is an innovative online video series, conceived by Booze Brothers and produced by Matrix Multi-Media. www.boozebrothers.com.au/online www.mytownadelaide.tv
Views: 228 My Town Adelaide
The Film titled Projection was done by Mekanism advertising agency for Chloe Wine Collection in United States. It was released in Apr 2018. Industry Wine & Champagne Media Film Market United States Agency Mekanism Executive Creative Director Tommy Means Creative Director Laura Wimer Senior Art Director Jen Miller Copywriter Caroline Johnson Production Tool Of North America Director Rachel Mcdonald Released April 2018 Credits & Description Category: Alcoholic Drinks Media: Film Brand: The Wine Group / Chloe Wine Collection CMO: Jeff Dubiel VP Marketing, Premium: Eben Gillette Director of Marketing: Kimberly Fabbri Brand Manager: Belinda Harcombe Geo: United States Agency: Mekanism Founder/Executive Creative Director: Tommy Means Creative Director: Laura Wimer Copywriter: Caroline Johnson Senior Art Director: Jen Miller Head of Brand Management: Anna Boyarsky Senior Brand Manager: Ellen Filteau Brand Manager: Karley Edwards Project Manager: Madison Myers Head of Planning, West: Jeremy Daly Senior Strategic Planner: Lexi Whelan Communications Strategy Director: John-James Richardson Associate Media Director: Carrie Dino Media Planner: Hunter Holbrook Analytics Manager: Dylan Tooch Executive Producer, Video: Sarah DiLeo Executive Producer, Print: Frank Lewis Print Producer: James Sablan Post Producer: Lauren Gould Music Supervisor: Dan Wilcox Editorial: Cabin Editorial Editor: Scott Butzer EP: Carr Schilling Producer: Michelle Dorsch Original Music Score by Q Department Sound Design by Q Department Mix: Digital Arts Mixer: Josh Heilbronner Color: Shed Colorist: Elodie Ichter Production Co: Tool of North America Director: Rachel McDonald EP: Preston Garrett Managing Partner: Oliver Fuselier Managing Partner: Dustin Callif Line Producer: Maury Strong DP: Daniel Voldheim Production Designer: Ana Huber Wardrobe: Paola Alfaro Published: April 2018
Views: 2611 tv commercial
On this episode of The Bum Wine Reviews we are trying out Night Train Express. This wine comes in at 17.5% abv. Please like/sub/favorite if you enjoyed this video! New videos every Monday, Wednesday & Friday at 6pm pst! Bum Wine playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCJsxHc5QjVNiaKJRigzrHhjq7U7CjE1Q ------------------------------ Our Vlog Channel! http://www.youtube.com/user/VlogMoo Cult Moo Merch! http://cultmoo.spreadshirt.com/ Follow us on Twitter! http://twitter.com/cultmoo Like us on Facebook! http://facebook.com/cultmoo ------------------------------ Cult Moo © 2014 CultMoo is in no way associated with the product(s) featured on our show
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Live at Engelwoods on Dearborn April 30th 2014. Steve Arvey Guitar and Vocals, Berry Oakley Jr Bass with Kellie Rucker Harmonica and Jeff Arevalo on Drums
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Royal Wine Corp.'s Jay Buchsbaum is back with more wine knowledge. This time, he's joined by special guest host Moishe Mayer from Liquors Galore and The Wine Cave in Brooklyn to discuss the best wines for your Chanukah party and what the differences are between various sparkling wines. Featuring Bartenura Prosecco, Champagne Drappier Carte d’Or, Bartenura Limited Edition Demi-Sec, and Herzog Late Harvest Zinfandel. Find more at kosher.com!
Views: 230 Kosherdotcom
Malbec is what Argentina does best. WSJ's wine columnist Will Lyons explores the flavors of this soft, generous grape variety and reviews Achaval Ferrer which makes wine from some of the country's oldest vines. Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Visit the WSJ Video Center: https://wsj.com/video On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/wsj/videos/ On Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJ On Snapchat: https://on.wsj.com/2ratjSM
Views: 4972 Wall Street Journal
Yellow Tail wine - Superbowl commercial - 2017. First Australian brand to advertise during NFL Super Bowl coverage. The yellowtail wines ad will air to 80% of Super Bowl viewers. Model and actor Ellie Gonsalves breakthrough role.
Views: 247142 Ryan Northover
Wine is delicious. Through Mr. Bruce Gutlove’s speech, let us realize that wine has many features of not only drink but also its unexpected power. There are also many opportunities in our life which we have never imagined. By thinking what we can do for people around and taking actions, we can learn and enrich our life. Mr. Bruce Gutlove was born in New York in1961. While in State University of New York, he took a course on wines, then he got interested in wines and founded a wine club. He tasted a wide variety of wines, gradually deepening his interest. In 1985, he enrolled in the UC Davis, which had the most authoritative viticulture and enology department in the US. He started learning enology in earnest and determined to become a wine maker. After graduation, he worked at famous wineries in California, learning and training to make wines in practice. In 1989, he was called into the COCO FARM & WINERY in Ashikaga, Tochigi as a consultant, and he moved to Japan. COCO produced world-class wines 100% from grapes grown in Japan. While working for COCO FARM & WINERY, he increased desire to make own wines. In 2009, he established his winery, “10R” in Iwamizawa, Hokkaido. He has been making efforts to spread the wonder and delight in brewing wines and the tips to enjoy them throughout Japan. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Views: 2601 TEDx Talks
What are the best Sutter Home wine gifts wearing this season? These delightful holiday sweaters that are so easy to make! Get the directions and printable template here: http://po.st/WineSweaters
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MJ and Claire check out Nettle Wine from the Lyme Bay Winery, this company produce interesting types of wines, meads and cider. Check em' out here; https://www.lymebaywinery.co.uk/ ►FRUK Podcast : http://shoutengine.com/FRUKUnwrappedTheFoodReviewUKPodcast/ ► Support us on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/FoodReviewUK ►My Comedy : http://www.youtube.com/user/JamiesonComedy ►My VLOGs : http://www.youtube.com/user/MichaelJamiesonsLife ►Gaming & Nerd Channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuvxtcDOJPjFdwSmaSMSjFQ ►The FRUK Buddies Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLe85i3ke1QZjE4c1wGl0wBJblQVni5Ff8 ►T-Shirts : http://foodreviewuk.spreadshirt.co.uk ►Twitter - - - - http://www.twitter.com/FoodReviewUK ►Instagram - - http://www.instagram.com/frukgram ►MJ's Instagram - - http://www.instagram.com/rezourceman Business Enquiries - [email protected]
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https://houseofknives.ca - Eat, drink, and entertain with Savoir wine accessories. The brand offers everything from aerators to glasses to wine openers and is available exclusively at House of Knives locations in BC and Alberta as well as online. Check out the link below for more details: https://houseofknives.ca/table-bar/featured-brands/savoir/ And check us out on social media! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HouseOfKnives1979 Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/houseofknives Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/houseofknives Don't forget to like, comment and subscribe for more videos!
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Christopher delivers a passionate... and sometimes very unpredictable... talk about his deeply personal work as a life-long storyteller to unlock the doors of perception, illuminate the path to human immortality, spark global shifts in established thought, harness the power to effectively disrupt what we call "everyday reality"...and change the world. Christopher Emerson is a life-long storyteller and entrepreneur. He is an accomplished actor voiceover recording artist, writer, director, executive producer, and the co-founder of a virtual reality software technology company. He also blogs about his world travels as a digital nomad at PlanetEmerson.com Christopher’s latest entrepreneurial, storytelling venture is to create Mana: Story Wines. Mana will be a new kind of winery that produces exceptional fine wine and also doubles as a publishing destination for writers and storytellers around the world. Mana will widely distribute original, limited-edition short story content and stunning visual narratives via the back label of every single bottle of Mana: Story Wines. Christopher's social media storytelling can be found on Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Periscope, all under his personal brand: @PlanetEmerson This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Views: 9431 TEDx Talks
Whether you're shopping for the wine lover in your life, or bringing a bottle of wine to a party, gifting wine doesn't have to be complicated or expensive. A personal touch can transform an ordinary bottle into an extraordinary gift, and the end of the video includes wine bottle wrapping ideas.
Views: 465 Good Grapes
It started off as just another day of carefree vagrancy and binge-drinking, but turned into an inter-dimensional nightmare! Follow two Thunderbird-chugging drifters, Naggin' Noah and BottleNed, as they embark on a mysterious journey through time and space, into an unknown realm where a lecherous, sex-starved, mustached, hick asshole lies in wait…
Views: 674 BottleNed
Here is our NEW 2013 Spring commercial, celebrating Finger Lakes wineries and our dedication to promoting New York wines! Stop down and try a sample of New York wine at our state-of-the-art Cuvenee Tasting bar, then hit the wine trails! EVERY New York Wine is on sale NOW at Ryan's! Come take advantage of our deep discount pricing!
Views: 411 Ryanswine1