A show about four friends who love three things, Wine and Star Wars. Join Anne, Emigh, Jason, and Scott as they journey through the world of wine and discover why they love this beverage (and Star Wars) so much. And remember, it's just grape juice.
The Wine Warriors return to Table Wine to face their fantastic beasts… that is, wine that they normally would never pick up off the shelf. Molly from Table Wine brings forth some of her favorite representation of these wines to try to convince the warriors why they should reconsider these wines.
Montepulciano is both a grape varietal and a city. Yet the city is located in Tuscany, where they largely don’t grow the varietal. You have to move further east, to Abruzzo, to find the varietal in all of its glory. It’s a very confusing yet extremely delicious episode this week focusing on the wine’s that got Scott deep into wine and has now become a new favorite for Anne.
Blaufränkish is the most famous Red Wine of Austria and you should be drinking more of it. Deep berry and cherry flavors coupled with high acidity because of the cooler climate, this is a red wine that will be making more of a name for itself year after year.
Priorat, Spain is a wine region that even some of the most seasoned wine drinkers are unaware of. A land covered in a black slate, called llicorella, imparts a unique minerality to its wines that are often as tough on the pocket book as it is to drive a car through.
Tempranillo has come up in many episodes of Wine Wars but it hasen’t yet gotten it’s own time in the spotlight. This week the Wine Warriors travel through Spain to sample how the terroir and production methods will impact the resulting wine.