EP 579 Napa Cabernet and Chocolate

Gary Vaynerchuk welcomes Suzanne Phifer Pavitt to the Thunder Show for some Cabernet and chocolate.

Wines tasted in this episode:

2005 Phifer Pavitt Date Night
2006 Phifer Pavitt Date Night

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Luca Bercelli

90/100

line of the day – ‘in real life I like a bit of love handle action’

Unlike a lot of the Vayniacs who posted comments, I liked the show…and the guest. Yes, she brought in a wine consultant and most of the actual winemaking is done by someone else, but she’s honest about it and could be pursuing a lot of other careers that are much less commendable (such as robbing banks, financial trading, selling real estate…the list goes on). She was also honest about the finances and the last time I looked not many wineries are designed to be charities. Give the girl a break.

Tags: cabernet, california, napa, red, review, Video, wine, wines

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  • WesMcAllister

    Gary just an opinion poll I think these guests are the ones people don’t like. I am sure you have a hard time with all the people who want to come on your show, and properly screaming them but its also hard to see why reviewing a wine that is going to be so limited would be a benefit. Comments like “date nights are going to cost at least $75″ are kind of sad for me. I would say that most of the best dates can be done for under 7.50.

    You still rock dude, Thanks for almost 900 epesoides at this point. I have now watched 700+ shows. Thank you so much for all you do!!!

    Wes

  • John__J

    I like Napa cab’s as much as the next person, but as far as q.p.r. goes, I think they’re definitely overpriced for the most part

  • Anonymous

    Chocolate and wine..perfect together…she’s kinda Meg Ryan..ish QOTD-u can have date nights at home too… http://www.winelx.com

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=630276710 Luca Bercelli

    90/100

    line of the day – ‘in real life I like a bit of love handle action’

    Unlike a lot of the Vayniacs who posted comments, I liked the show…and the guest. Yes, she brought in a wine consultant and most of the actual winemaking is done by someone else, but she’s honest about it and could be pursuing a lot of other careers that are much less commendable (such as robbing banks, financial trading, selling real estate…the list goes on). She was also honest about the finances and the last time I looked not many wineries are designed to be charities. Give the girl a break.

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