Pairing Wine and Cannabis with the Herb Sommelier Jamie Evans (Video)

We’ll be chatting about pairing wine and weed (cannabis) on Sunday, September 23. You won’t want to miss our live video chat with Jamie Evans Join us Sunday, September 23, 2018 at 6 pm EST right here: www.facebook.com/natdecants/videos/ Click on “Get Reminder” on the page above to know when we go live. You can also click on “Follow” and “Like” buttons to know when we make updates. Plus anything you want to ask Jamie Evans. Watch previous episodes of the Sunday Sipper Club (SSC) and to find out who’s coming up next. Photo Credit The Herb Somm Zkittlez at Aplenglow […]

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Shipping Wine Across Provincial Borders with Dan Paszkowski, Canadian Vintners Association

  Our guest this evening is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Vintners Association (CVA), the national association of the Canadian wine industry representing wineries across Canada, responsible for more than 90% of annual wine production. He represents Canada’s national wine industry on all federal policy issues. And he joins me live now from his home in Ottawa: Welcome to the Sunday Sipper Club Dan Paszkowski!   Click on the “Follow” and “Like” buttons on this Facebook page to get notified when we go live. Click on the arrow above to hear Dan’s story. Want to know […]

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Video Wine Chat with Christine Sismondo of the Globe and Mail

You won’t want to miss our live video chat with Christine Sismondo, Globe & Mail Wine & Cocktail Columnist Join us Sunday, November 4, 2018 at 6 pm EST right here: www.facebook.com/natdecants/videos/ Click on “Get Reminder” on the page above to know when we go live. You can also click on “Follow” and “Like” buttons to know when we make updates. Listen to her stories and experiences as we taste wines together. Plus anything you want to ask Christine Sismondo. Watch previous episodes of the Sunday Sipper Club (SSC) and to find out who’s coming up next.       […]

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Wine Stories with Forbes Wine Columnist Katie Kelly Bell (Video)

Our guest this evening has been writing about wine for the past 12 years for Forbes, USA Today, Modern Luxury, Decanter and Southern Living. She has traveled from the vineyards of Argentina to the press houses of Champagne. You can also find her on the CNN Airport Channel as a travel expert and on WSB Atlanta radio talking about wine. Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, she holds a bachelor’s degree in art history and a master’s degree in education from Vanderbilt University. She holds a WSET Intermediate Level certificate and lives in Atlanta with her three kids, one dog and […]

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What are the Hottest Wine Trends? (Video) with Darren Oleksyn

What’s the difference between orange wine and natural wine? Is blue the new orange when it comes to wine? What are the hottest trends in the world of wine? Our guest this evening has been working as a journalist for 28 years, and writing about wine for the past 5, for one of the country’s largest newspapers, the Calgary Herald and before that, for Wine Access magazine. He has judged at wine competitions and in 2013 he wrote Uncorked: The Definitive Guide to Alberta’s Best Wines Under $25 with friend and fellow wine writer Shelley Boettcher. … and he joins […]

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Pairing Wine and Yoga to Unwined (Video)

Our guest this evening is a former PR professional turned wine enthusiast turned yoga teacher. She created Yoga Unwined as a way to combine everything she loves. Her classes bring together vinyasa-based yoga and fun wine facts through creative yoga poses. And she joins me live now from her home in Austin, Texas: Welcome to the Sunday Sipper Club Morgan Perry! How did you come up with the idea to bring wine and yoga together? Are you actually drinking while you get into various poses? Posing and pairing? How do you incorporate wine into a yoga class? At this point, […]

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Is Wine the Source of Civilization? Video Chat with John Mahoney

Our guest this evening is a former university professor of literature with a Ph.D. in linguistical philology, and a respected scholar of Shakespeare and Chaucer. He is also a Certified Wine Educator and has taught wine classes at the University of Pennsylvania, University of Delaware, Drexel University, and Rutgers University. He’s also the author of eight books, including his most recent, “Wine: The Source of Civilization” and he joins me live, now, from his home, just south of Atlantic City in New Jersey: Welcome to the Sunday Sipper Club John Mahoney! What drew you to this story in the first […]

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Virginie Boone on the Heart of California Wine Country: Napa and Sonoma (Video)

You won’t want to miss our live video chat with Virginie Boone of Wine Enthusiast Magazine! Join us Sunday, October 13, 2018 at 6 pm EST right here: www.facebook.com/natdecants/videos/ Click on “Get Reminder” on the page above to know when we go live. You can also click on “Follow” and “Like” buttons to know when we make updates. Listen to her stories and experiences as we taste wines together. Plus anything you want to ask Virginie Boone. Watch previous episodes of the Sunday Sipper Club (SSC) and to find out who’s coming up next.           Boone […]

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Dr. Gary Pickering’s Supertaster Wine Kit and Mouthfeel Wheel (Video)

You won’t want to miss our live video chat with Dr. Gary Pickering to discuss wine supertasters! Join us Sunday, November 18, 2018 at 6 pm EST right here: www.facebook.com/natdecants/videos/ Click on “Get Reminder” on the page above to know when we go live. You can also click on “Follow” and “Like” buttons to know when we make updates. Listen to his stories and experiences as we taste wines together. Plus anything you want to ask Dr. Gary Pickering. Watch previous episodes of the Sunday Sipper Club (SSC) and to find out who’s coming up next.         Dr. […]

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The 31 Most Difficult Wine and Grapes Names: How to Pronounce Them

On CTV News, Leanne and I chat about the most difficult wine and grape names to pronounce. Click the arrows to watch the videos both above and below. As anglophones, we find many of these names difficult since their origins are often European, with accents and inflections that are new to us. Tip: often e and i are pronounced in the reverse when in the middle of a word, and an e at the end of a name often sounds like a long a. Why bother? We often overlook these terrific wines, and don’t ask for them in liquor stores […]

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