Sounds like it would be good. But then again, so do book titles until you start actually reading them! Though, according to Scott Hargrove’s profile, he is a private chef, caterer, and food consultant. Check out the video for his recipe “Filet Mignon w/ Pinot Noir Sauce” and see what you think.
Wine is not for snobby, nose in the air, straight-laced, stuffy people! And that’s why we watch Gary Vaynerchuk on Wine Library TV. He’s extremely enthusiastic, energetic and makes wine fun. I don’t know why but he reminds me of Emeril, but for wine… And yes, I realize he doesn’t say BAM! after each sentence, just something about his energy perhaps…
In any event, he did a blind tasting of Pinot Noir not too long ago apparently at the specific request of a viewer…
You can go directly to the WineLibrary TV site here for the tasting notes and to buy any of the Pinot Noirs mentioned in the episode.
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For anyone that uses YouTube, you know that there is more to it than just a bunch of folks posting ridiculous videos of themselves, kids, or pets. In fact, if one were to do a search on Pinot Noir, you find there are 883 (and growing) results for this increasingly popular varietal.
One such video post is is from Gary’s Wine & Marketplace, where he tastes and reviews 4 different Pinot Noirs:
- 2005 Stringtown Pinot Noir – Oregon – $15-$20
- 2005 Bookster Pinot Noir – Sonoma Coast, CA – $29-$34
- 2004 Amisfield Pinot Noir – Central Otago, New Zealand – $32-$37
- 2004 Savigny Les Beaune Les Narbantons – Burgundy, France – $38-$43
Check out the video!