EP 324 Gary Vaynerchuk Tries To Feel Better After a Huge Jets Loss.

Gary tries a few Washington State wines sent to him by JayZee on this sad Monday morning after a huge NY Jets loss. Gary sits down with these very nice wines and gives us his 3 cents!

Wines tasted in this episode:

2003 Dead HorseWashington State: Red Mountain
2004 Long HaulWashington State: Red Mountain
2003 Boudreaux Cabernet SauvignonWashington

Links mentioned in todays episode.

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Max (MD)

As a red wine drinker, I had all but lost faith in the products of The U.S. Domestic wine just didn’t appeal to me all that much; however, I just want to send out my thanks to Gary for restoring my faith in American producers. This episode made me more excited than any other, and I cannot wait to start exploring the Washington wine scene.

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  • Grape Expectations

    I really, really, really want to see this episode! I’ve been trying for a week. It just says “Waiting for images.viddler.com”. I know it’s not me. I’ve watched all the other episodes I missed while I was in Italy.

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  • R M Kriete

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  • DR. J

    gary, or mott, or (insert name here),

    i,like that millions of other vayniacs, could not view this episode, because it would not load.
    surely, there must be somebody there with the technical ability to correct this problem, because i really want to see it. (and stop calling me Shirley)

  • DR. J

    gary, or mott, or (insert name here),

    i,like that millions of other vayniacs, could not view this episode, because it would not load.
    surely, there must be somebody there with the technical ability to correct this problem, because i really want to see it. (and stop calling me Shirley)

  • Dan-o

    Since this episode was about Washington wines, I though that I would give you my transition wine for that state. I tried a wine called Matthews in 2003, this was ther high-end wine (not the “Claret”). It was the 2000 and is a Bordeaux blend. It convinced me that WA state had some great wines. I have not had a bottle since because this wine is going to last and definitely change with age.

  • Dan-o

    Since this episode was about Washington wines, I though that I would give you my transition wine for that state. I tried a wine called Matthews in 2003, this was ther high-end wine (not the “Claret”). It was the 2000 and is a Bordeaux blend. It convinced me that WA state had some great wines. I have not had a bottle since because this wine is going to last and definitely change with age.

  • Barry

    After watching this episode I tried to find the 2003 Boudreaux Cab. with no luck. I then found a comment posted by Rebecca – “We have the 2004 Boudreaux Cab. and 2004 Merlot (also excellent) available at lovewashingtonwine.com We have plenty of the Cab. in stock and ready for shipment!”

    I ordered 3 bottles of the 2004 Cab and it was one of the finest bottles of wine I’ve ever had and it was $40 US at lovewashingtonwine.com. The web site was easy to use and the shipment arrived promptly. I recommend this site. I just ordered a case from them of the 2004 Boudreaux Cab. It’s great.

    Gary – I love the show keep up the good work.

  • Barry

    After watching this episode I tried to find the 2003 Boudreaux Cab. with no luck. I then found a comment posted by Rebecca – “We have the 2004 Boudreaux Cab. and 2004 Merlot (also excellent) available at lovewashingtonwine.com We have plenty of the Cab. in stock and ready for shipment!”

    I ordered 3 bottles of the 2004 Cab and it was one of the finest bottles of wine I’ve ever had and it was $40 US at lovewashingtonwine.com. The web site was easy to use and the shipment arrived promptly. I recommend this site. I just ordered a case from them of the 2004 Boudreaux Cab. It’s great.

    Gary – I love the show keep up the good work.

  • Jedly

    This was the episode that hooked me on Gary’s show. I googled Boudreaux and what do you know, when I emailed Rob Newsome, the winemaker, he emailed me right back, and I picked up three of the 04 cab and three of the 04 merlot. For any of you Napa Cab fans, save your money and get two or three to one at the same or better quality (if you can even get any allocation from Napa of the “good stuff”) and contact Rob. In two to three years, you will be glad that you are already on his list. Don’t worry about the price or a bargain–this is a bargain at the winery price.

  • Jedly

    This was the episode that hooked me on Gary’s show. I googled Boudreaux and what do you know, when I emailed Rob Newsome, the winemaker, he emailed me right back, and I picked up three of the 04 cab and three of the 04 merlot. For any of you Napa Cab fans, save your money and get two or three to one at the same or better quality (if you can even get any allocation from Napa of the “good stuff”) and contact Rob. In two to three years, you will be glad that you are already on his list. Don’t worry about the price or a bargain–this is a bargain at the winery price.

  • Dessert Wine Nerd

    Being from Washington Im really glad the wines overall brought the thunder today. I dont think Ive ever seen you this excited overall on a show following a Jets loss. I when I saw they were going to be Washington wines following a Jets loss I was growning thinking you were going to rip them. Glad some wines from the area could cheep you up somewhat after that game. Cheers to you, Gary. QOTD: A Tokaji. I have had wine lots of times in the past, but until about a year ago hadnt started to collect them or taste them on a regular basis. Tasting my first Tokaji blew my doors off to how good wine could really be.

  • Dessert Wine Nerd

    Being from Washington Im really glad the wines overall brought the thunder today. I dont think Ive ever seen you this excited overall on a show following a Jets loss. I when I saw they were going to be Washington wines following a Jets loss I was growning thinking you were going to rip them. Glad some wines from the area could cheep you up somewhat after that game. Cheers to you, Gary. QOTD: A Tokaji. I have had wine lots of times in the past, but until about a year ago hadnt started to collect them or taste them on a regular basis. Tasting my first Tokaji blew my doors off to how good wine could really be.

  • http://www.maxmarchsteinman.com/ Max (MD)

    As a red wine drinker, I had all but lost faith in the products of The U.S. Domestic wine just didn’t appeal to me all that much; however, I just want to send out my thanks to Gary for restoring my faith in American producers. This episode made me more excited than any other, and I cannot wait to start exploring the Washington wine scene.

  • http://www.maxmarchsteinman.com Max (MD)

    As a red wine drinker, I had all but lost faith in the products of The U.S. Domestic wine just didn’t appeal to me all that much; however, I just want to send out my thanks to Gary for restoring my faith in American producers. This episode made me more excited than any other, and I cannot wait to start exploring the Washington wine scene.

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