EP 352 Keeping Promises And The Beaujolais Nouveau 2007 Is In The House.

Gary Vaynerchuk explores 4 wines today and focuses in on a Beaujolais Nouveau 2007 and a Michigan wine and 2 very highly thought of wines

Wines tasted in this episode:

2006 St. Julian Riesling
2007 Duboeuf Beaujolais NouveauBeaujolais

2005 Coume Del Mas SchistesLanguedoc-Roussillon
2006 Pax Alder Springs SyrahSonoma Syrah/Shiraz

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  • Cassie

    The beaujolais nouveau sounds a lot like this very sour 2002 pinot noir from Romania that my grandmother and I opened the other day.

    Grandma also makes blueberry soup, ironically, especially in the winter and whenever blueberries are in season.

  • drydrew

    Hay! Are you on the writers strike?

  • drydrew

    Hay! Are you on the writers strike?

  • wayno da wino

    Yo Gv!! WHAAAAAZ ZUUUUUUP?? :o)
    How ’bout dhem JETS??!? Maybe they’ll
    run da table now!! Yoooooooo! :o)

  • wayno da wino

    Yo Gv!! WHAAAAAZ ZUUUUUUP?? :o)
    How ’bout dhem JETS??!? Maybe they’ll
    run da table now!! Yoooooooo! :o)

  • T. Holland

    Awesome episode. QOTD: Albarino- It is just fantasic. Bought the Black Pig that you showed a few months ago & it blew me away. Have had 3 other albarino’s as well, but the Black Pig was by far the best.

  • T. Holland

    Awesome episode. QOTD: Albarino- It is just fantasic. Bought the Black Pig that you showed a few months ago & it blew me away. Have had 3 other albarino’s as well, but the Black Pig was by far the best.

  • dealbhadair

    Hello again, everyone!!!
    (Been away for a couple months… I have no excuse… I’m a loser…) :mrgreen:

    QOD: Di Majo Norante Contado Aglianico!

  • dealbhadair

    Hello again, everyone!!!
    (Been away for a couple months… I have no excuse… I’m a loser…) :mrgreen:

    QOD: Di Majo Norante Contado Aglianico!

  • Superfly

    I agree, it’s great to see a Michigan wine. North west Michigan is some of the most beautiful wine country you’ll come across. Well worth the trip. Most wineries make a very nice Riesling. Also worth seeking out are the Penninsula Cellars Gewurztraminer Old Mission Peninsula Maningold Vineyard, the sparkling wines from L. Mawby Vineyard Leelanau Peninsula, and wines from Chateau Fontaine. For years I’ve dismissed most reds from Michigan, however, the 2005 Brys Estate Pinot Noir was a very, very nice effort.

    QOTD – White wines from Campania (especially Greco di Tufo)

  • Superfly

    I agree, it’s great to see a Michigan wine. North west Michigan is some of the most beautiful wine country you’ll come across. Well worth the trip. Most wineries make a very nice Riesling. Also worth seeking out are the Penninsula Cellars Gewurztraminer Old Mission Peninsula Maningold Vineyard, the sparkling wines from L. Mawby Vineyard Leelanau Peninsula, and wines from Chateau Fontaine. For years I’ve dismissed most reds from Michigan, however, the 2005 Brys Estate Pinot Noir was a very, very nice effort.

    QOTD – White wines from Campania (especially Greco di Tufo)

  • http://www.inkandvellum.blogspot.com/ John J.

    QOTD: I would have never ventured into Italian wines without WLTV. For reasons I can’t understand, I was always intimidated (still am a bit).

  • http://www.inkandvellum.blogspot.com John J.

    QOTD: I would have never ventured into Italian wines without WLTV. For reasons I can’t understand, I was always intimidated (still am a bit).

  • Greite

    Good show again, Gary. I appreciate you reviewing the Nouveau. I’ve been wondering how this year’s was going to be. I haven’t had a decent one for several years at least. I’m with you, I don’t understand what the big deal is.

    QOTD: Petite Verdot and Malbecs. I’ve been looking for them and trying them since I heard you recommend them.

  • Greite

    Good show again, Gary. I appreciate you reviewing the Nouveau. I’ve been wondering how this year’s was going to be. I haven’t had a decent one for several years at least. I’m with you, I don’t understand what the big deal is.

    QOTD: Petite Verdot and Malbecs. I’ve been looking for them and trying them since I heard you recommend them.

  • HuskerJ

    Just had a customer at the store return an entire case of the 2007 Deboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau and lots of reports that our customers are not liking it. Take that for what it’s worth.

  • HuskerJ

    Just had a customer at the store return an entire case of the 2007 Deboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau and lots of reports that our customers are not liking it. Take that for what it’s worth.

  • JC

    Great review on the Beaujolais my wife and I were engaged in Paris 4 years ago, we landed the Friday morning after the release of the Beaujolais, Drank it all during our trip and even got hammered on it a few times. We buy it because of sentimental reasons, but it sucked the last 2 years.

  • JC

    Great review on the Beaujolais my wife and I were engaged in Paris 4 years ago, we landed the Friday morning after the release of the Beaujolais, Drank it all during our trip and even got hammered on it a few times. We buy it because of sentimental reasons, but it sucked the last 2 years.

  • Terry

    I live in Michigan so, I chose this episode to show to my sister-in-law (who was visiting us) your show. Her 6 year old son was in the room and watching as well. We had just finished watching the segment on ‘Coume Del Mas Schistes’. Next thing you know he took a sip of his Knudsen Organic Lemonaid and said, with the corresponding hand gestures, “this is incredible,WOW, I love it, this is serious!”

    We laughed like crazy!

    TDC

  • Terry

    I live in Michigan so, I chose this episode to show to my sister-in-law (who was visiting us) your show. Her 6 year old son was in the room and watching as well. We had just finished watching the segment on ‘Coume Del Mas Schistes’. Next thing you know he took a sip of his Knudsen Organic Lemonaid and said, with the corresponding hand gestures, “this is incredible,WOW, I love it, this is serious!”

    We laughed like crazy!

    TDC

  • Dan-o

    I watched your episode where you tried Four Vines Naked Chardonnay.
    For the price point and your enthusiasm, I went out and found it.
    It is now my “house” Chardonnay – the one you always have 4-6 bottles of in the event someone drops in.

  • Dan-o

    I watched your episode where you tried Four Vines Naked Chardonnay.
    For the price point and your enthusiasm, I went out and found it.
    It is now my “house” Chardonnay – the one you always have 4-6 bottles of in the event someone drops in.

  • JayZee

    QOTD: Amisfield Pinot Noir – simply an awesome, big Pinot and I love it!

  • JayZee

    QOTD: Amisfield Pinot Noir – simply an awesome, big Pinot and I love it!

  • rob b.

    QOTD: would have to say the Razon from episode 98. After that episode, I made my first trip to WL. Wish I had bought more.

  • http://deleted rob b.

    QOTD: would have to say the Razon from episode 98. After that episode, I made my first trip to WL. Wish I had bought more.

  • sev

    great show, though I disagree with you about the nouveau. not about the quality of the wine, because that is up to the individual palate. but about what it does for the wine world. it may be a shameless marketing scam, but it is something a lot of people look forward to each year. it is all about community for me. I get a lot of joy knowing that around the world people are doing the same thing.

    QOTD: You tried the Colome Malbec, which I haven’t had, but I saw their Torrontes and gave that a try. One of the most aromatic wines I have ever had!

  • sev

    great show, though I disagree with you about the nouveau. not about the quality of the wine, because that is up to the individual palate. but about what it does for the wine world. it may be a shameless marketing scam, but it is something a lot of people look forward to each year. it is all about community for me. I get a lot of joy knowing that around the world people are doing the same thing.

    QOTD: You tried the Colome Malbec, which I haven’t had, but I saw their Torrontes and gave that a try. One of the most aromatic wines I have ever had!

  • Dessert Wine Nerd

    QOTD: A Beaujolais. Paired it with beef bourguignon (yes made with a real Burgandy *wink*) that was fantastic. They both complimented each other very well.

  • Dessert Wine Nerd

    QOTD: A Beaujolais. Paired it with beef bourguignon (yes made with a real Burgandy *wink*) that was fantastic. They both complimented each other very well.

  • nnothing

    qotd: any of the gruner veltliners i’ve had… it was really more the book than the show, but i never would have even thought of austrian wine if not for gary.

  • nnothing

    qotd: any of the gruner veltliners i’ve had… it was really more the book than the show, but i never would have even thought of austrian wine if not for gary.

  • http://seanrogg.com/ fatseany

    tracked down a bottle of Palladius by the sadie family after watching episode 453, UNREAL…thanks GV

  • http://seanrogg.com fatseany

    tracked down a bottle of Palladius by the sadie family after watching episode 453, UNREAL…thanks GV

  • richardvinifera

    QOTD: I’ve bought several blends/styles/varietal wines after learning about them on WLTV episodes but haven’t got around to cracking them open yet. I must say my impression of riesling was dominated by cheap sweet german stuff. However after trying dry riesling from Germany, Alsace and NZ.

  • richardvinifera

    QOTD: I’ve bought several blends/styles/varietal wines after learning about them on WLTV episodes but haven’t got around to cracking them open yet. I must say my impression of riesling was dominated by cheap sweet german stuff. However after trying dry riesling from Germany, Alsace and NZ.

  • Anonymous

    QOTD: Cult Vines Roussane. Never would have spent that kind of money on a roussane without the wine club. Great wine. Would never have tried Les Fleurs des Pins Graves, either. Spectacular value.

  • Phredd

    QOTD: Cult Vines Roussane. Never would have spent that kind of money on a roussane without the wine club. Great wine. Would never have tried Les Fleurs des Pins Graves, either. Spectacular value.

  • John__J

    qotd: Dolcetto. I was reminded I still had to try that after seeing you having one on

  • corkscrew

    Have the Pax in the cellar.. http://www.winelx.com

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