EP 676 White Wines that You Can Find Around the US

Gary Vaynerchuk tastes a Vouvray, a Soave, and a Chardonnay that are wildly available around the country, and reads some viewer comments from the Katie Lee Joel episode.

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Wines tasted in this episode:

2007 Barton & Guestier Vouvray
2007 Santi Soave
2007 Gregory Lyn Chardonnay

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Luca Bercelli

91/100

line of the day – ‘this is what I like to call ROC – Rip Off City’

I like this episode, all three wines basically sucked but GV battled through and sometimes panning wines is more entertaining than praising them.’

Tags: chardonnay, review, Soave, Video, Vouvray, white, wine, wines

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  • innA

    Shame there will probably never be a show ‘wines that you can find around the UK’ – but still interesting to see how the more mass-produced wines go.

    Gary – I see you are speaking in London in a few months.. any chance of a live wine tasting we could go to?

  • innA

    Shame there will probably never be a show ‘wines that you can find around the UK’ – but still interesting to see how the more mass-produced wines go.

    Gary – I see you are speaking in London in a few months.. any chance of a live wine tasting we could go to?

  • Dan-o

    Those are some pretty poor scores. I would prefer that you focus on wines that are widely available in the $10-20 range that are serviceable.

    QOTD – I jumped on somebody at work and although it was deserved, it probably could have been handled better by me. Therefore, I apologized.

  • Dan-o

    Those are some pretty poor scores. I would prefer that you focus on wines that are widely available in the $10-20 range that are serviceable.

    QOTD – I jumped on somebody at work and although it was deserved, it probably could have been handled better by me. Therefore, I apologized.

  • JayZee

    Boy, that really sucked. But then again, it probably illustrates for me why buying inexpensive, readily available wine is usually a really, really bad play, at least for me.

    QOTD: I apologized to my wife – you don’t need to know why.

  • JayZee

    Boy, that really sucked. But then again, it probably illustrates for me why buying inexpensive, readily available wine is usually a really, really bad play, at least for me.

    QOTD: I apologized to my wife – you don’t need to know why.

  • EaglesRollHard

    Is Soave the grape? I thought it was Garganega (sp.?). Anyways, what are some good producers of those wines. Love the show. Go Eagles.

  • EaglesRollHard

    Is Soave the grape? I thought it was Garganega (sp.?). Anyways, what are some good producers of those wines. Love the show. Go Eagles.

  • Anonymous

    Garganega is the grape in Soave along with trebbiano di soave in some cases. My favorite producer is Anselmi although he technically doesn’t produce Soave anymore because the laws got way too out of control. He sticks to the classics and makes great wines

  • John__J

    qotd: I’ll just go with right now and apologize for not being able to remember the last time before this one.

  • Anonymous

    Have not had these wines… http://www.winelx.com

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

    91/100

    line of the day – ‘this is what I like to call ROC – Rip Off City’

    I like this episode, all three wines basically sucked but GV battled through and sometimes panning wines is more entertaining than praising them.’

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