EP 478 A Piedmont White Wine Tasting. Gavi

Gary Vaynerchuk gets to explore the wonderful world of Gavi wines, lets see if these wines can bring some thunder.

Wines tasted in this episode:

2006 Villa Sparina Gavi Di GaviGavi
2006 Martinetti Gavi Di GaviGavi
2006 La Scolca Gavi Di Gavi Black LabelGavi

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John__J

qotd: Not a big sports fan, but having seen this with my Dad on dvd and hearing it referenced over the years many times, I’m going with the the 1958 National Football League Championship game on December 28th that went into sudden death overtime between the Colts and the Giants. Baltimore took what I’ve heard many times referred to as the single greatest football game ever played.

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  • Michael H.

    QOTD: Two actually. Both golf related. 1st was Nicklaus winning the ’86 Masters and 2nd was a hole-in-one I had several years back (6-iron, 186 yds.)…

  • oakwimp

    QOTD: My second-grade son (at the time), probably the worst player skills-wise on his basketball team last year, was playing his butt off in the final game of his final tournament. With about 30 seconds on the game clock, and with his team up by one point, he grabs a rebound, shoots, and is fouled by the other team. Being the worst shooter on his team, I’m fearing the worst. My boy steps up to the line, takes a couple of bounces, shoots, the ball hits the rim, circles around it, and drops in! Now we’re looking at a tie at worst for now. But there’s no way he can make two – he has never done that. Same gig – he takes dribbles the ball a couple of times, looks up, takes the shot, and swoosh! I’m nearly in tears at this point. The other teams races down the court with the ball, takes a couple of missed shots and my son rebounds again, passes it off, and the game is over. I was so proud of my son not only for making the clutch shots but more so for never giving up. I still think about this often, and whenever I see him down on himself, I always bring up this great moment in his life.

  • oakwimp

    QOTD: My second-grade son (at the time), probably the worst player skills-wise on his basketball team last year, was playing his butt off in the final game of his final tournament. With about 30 seconds on the game clock, and with his team up by one point, he grabs a rebound, shoots, and is fouled by the other team. Being the worst shooter on his team, I’m fearing the worst. My boy steps up to the line, takes a couple of bounces, shoots, the ball hits the rim, circles around it, and drops in! Now we’re looking at a tie at worst for now. But there’s no way he can make two – he has never done that. Same gig – he takes dribbles the ball a couple of times, looks up, takes the shot, and swoosh! I’m nearly in tears at this point. The other teams races down the court with the ball, takes a couple of missed shots and my son rebounds again, passes it off, and the game is over. I was so proud of my son not only for making the clutch shots but more so for never giving up. I still think about this often, and whenever I see him down on himself, I always bring up this great moment in his life.

  • kjdion

    Brett Farve busting the Raiders up the day after his father’s passing. I am a packers fan and that day is one of Farve’s greatest.

  • kjdion

    Brett Farve busting the Raiders up the day after his father’s passing. I am a packers fan and that day is one of Farve’s greatest.

  • MattUD

    Thats a really tough one for me having played all kinds of sports growing up, maybe winning a golf tournament when i was playing in college or pitching a complete game in high school.

  • MattUD

    Thats a really tough one for me having played all kinds of sports growing up, maybe winning a golf tournament when i was playing in college or pitching a complete game in high school.

  • http://latuchie.blogspot.com/ Tooch

    QOTD: Couple moments come to mind; 1) Michael Irvin ending his career on the turf at the Vet 2) Keith Primeau’s goal in the 5th OT in the 2000 playoffs vs. the Penguins 3) The Mets choke job last summer 4) Eagles beating the Falcons in the NFC Champtionship game.

  • http://latuchie.blogspot.com Tooch

    QOTD: Couple moments come to mind; 1) Michael Irvin ending his career on the turf at the Vet 2) Keith Primeau’s goal in the 5th OT in the 2000 playoffs vs. the Penguins 3) The Mets choke job last summer 4) Eagles beating the Falcons in the NFC Champtionship game.

  • Dessert Wine Nerd

    Good show. I need to check out more whites from Italy other than Prosecco and Asti. Thanks for the tips. QOTD: 2005 Seahawks going to the Super Bowl. Yes, they lost but other than the Gonzaga Bulldogs the state of Washington is —- for sports. It was a small flash, but at least it was a moment.

  • Dessert Wine Nerd

    Good show. I need to check out more whites from Italy other than Prosecco and Asti. Thanks for the tips. QOTD: 2005 Seahawks going to the Super Bowl. Yes, they lost but other than the Gonzaga Bulldogs the state of Washington is —- for sports. It was a small flash, but at least it was a moment.

  • http://wineclubbie.blogspot.com/ Megan

    Wow, I’m glad I randomly stumbled upon this episode. In my short-lived time with Wine Library TV, I’ve never seen Gary as excited about a wine as the Martinetti Gavi on this show. Too bad it doesn’t seem readily available!

  • http://wineclubbie.blogspot.com Megan

    Wow, I’m glad I randomly stumbled upon this episode. In my short-lived time with Wine Library TV, I’ve never seen Gary as excited about a wine as the Martinetti Gavi on this show. Too bad it doesn’t seem readily available!

  • kckc

    im having trouble viewung this episode…but not for any technical reason

  • corkscrew

    Not tried these wines.. QOTD-Jets Super Bowl with Joe Willie, Mets WS. Giants winning a coupl yrs ago. http://www.winelx.com

  • Grill Factor

    Too bad I’m just watching this now…I have a bucket full of 25+ of those rubber wrestlers in my basement, including but not limited to: Tito Santana, Randy Savage, Brutus the Barber, Jake the Snake…could have traded for some serious schwag

  • John__J

    qotd: Not a big sports fan, but having seen this with my Dad on dvd and hearing it referenced over the years many times, I’m going with the the 1958 National Football League Championship game on December 28th that went into sudden death overtime between the Colts and the Giants. Baltimore took what I’ve heard many times referred to as the single greatest football game ever played.

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