Bordeaux Wine Tasting – Episode #230

Bordeaux Wine Tasting – Episode #230

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Bordeaux Wine Tasting – Episode #230
With Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate coming out today with the new scores on many 2005’s Gary is inspired to go right back to the old school and taste some Bordeaux. A quick note about any product offered on this site: Should you click a link on this site that takes you to a paid product […]
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Griffen Chesnut says:

These dont get much high then Classic price of jordan todays california??

Christopher Gonzalez says:

Wow. I was going back through my favorites in youtube and noticed I saved this as a favorite back in 2007… it's now 2015 and I'm still following Gary through his media agency.

Amp says:

His mother is 118 years old? I like to drink with foggy.

Kryto says:

If you want a fruity wine you can taste a château Cheval blanc saint émilion 1er grand cru classé A. It's expensive but delicious! You can believe a bordelais. 😉

artman40 says:

So a bad wine gets 80-85 points out of 100? That's more over the top than video game reviews.

Stacey Waldron says:

loving the passion! Wine lovers love bordeaux

Max Gron says:

I wouldn't lie about enjoying wine, but a wine with chocolate, sour cherry and cream is the palette I'm going for, I'm aiming at the sultana and mellow honey, so a chocolate wine with jam character is what I was looking for.

Max Gron says:

In my list of fine drinks, Chateau la Gaffeliere would be one of them. Every pay day I'll mostly buy this type of wine. If of course a wine has some sultana and honey notes and a mint palette I'm going for it.

Optimus Prime says:

His accent is the same as Lars Ulrich from Metallica.

Ronnie James says:

gary you the man

convoku says:

what are you talking about old people buy so much candy at my work 😛

jwigarcia says:

He's from NYC…he's on that crazy city vibe

jwigarcia says:

Nice tasting review! He's really down to earth and is using descriptive words that anyone could relate to. I don't know what the hell kaceyspurgeon is talking about: "by the way", your a class-act snob…keep you pointless asshole (I mean opinion) to yourself

Michael Gates says:

Why does he throw away the first glass from the second bottle? Could he not have rinsed the glass with water?

Frank T says:

@kaceyspurgeon

Someone is mad.

Kacey Spurgeon says:

Classic coke head…

By the way, you pour wine like a scum bag and you swish the wine like a schmuck. By the way, when you smell it at 2:08 you really look like you love it…yeah right and you look like you are able to throw up after tasting it…what a professional.

Go to hell.

Trambinator says:

@SingleServingJohn Yeah John no prob. TrampyG is right about Tanzer — I agree 2nd to Parker and I do post there but not many other places except sporadically. I'll check it out for you as well and see what I can find that seems reputable. I assume by "amateur at best" you are looking for something general as opposed to specific boards dedicated to cult Tokay Pinot Gris. Haha. I'll get back to you.

SingleServingJohn says:

@Trambinator Thank you for the reply. Very informative and I'll keep this in mind when pouring wine in the future. Would you perhaps know of any good forums where knowledgeable people like yourself gather to discuss and share information with each other? I am an amateur at best when it comes to wine but I would very much like to learn more.
Thanks.

Trambinator says:

Because you need more to get the full nose, bouquet, and taste of the wine. A little sip doesn't do it and doesn't allow enough oxygenation. Air lets the wine breath — which is, in part, why he pours it vigorously into the glass. It sloshes it around and oxygenates it. Would not do that with an older wine because you would stir up sediment. You would pour it much slower and more carefully. He knows what he's talking about even if you do not like his demeanor or presentation. He knows wine.

xrggn says:

thats what meth does to your speech pattern

PF Woody says:

American idiot…

Academic1Researcher says:

This should be CoffeeLibraryTV

SingleServingJohn says:

I'm sorry, but why pour so much into the glass if you're just gonna sip some and then throw away the rest?

louisjany says:

this guys a fukin lunatic!!

CAJFB says:

You are spitting in the right bucket!!!!!!hate the jets!!!!

Josh Babin says:

@MrMusicOfLife Actually, Bordeaux can grow: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Malbec, Petit Verdot, Carmenere. Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, and Muscadelle. Remember, all Bordeaux wines are blended, and Cab Franc and Merlot are the most popular varietals to blend with.

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