HAD 110: Robert Mondavi Winery (Pt 1)
Holy crap, there is a lot of dust. Does this stuff even still work? Test one, two. Oh jeez, we’re recording. We’re back, it seems, and ready to talk about . . . something, where are the notes? Robert Mondavi Winery. Okay, then well I guess get ready as we dive in, and have a cow. No that’s not right. Make a Drink. That’s not it either, oh wait. Have a drink. Yeah, that feels right
Our next episode will (definitely) be Saturday, Dec 22, 2018 at 9:00 PM EST on Twitch covering Chocolate Drinks
Drinktacular (insert someone else pimping the event)
Friday February 22nd-Sunday February 24th 2019, Asheville, NC! Brewery Tours, Brewery hopping, Bottle shares!!!
Movie Draft update
WHAT WE’RE DRINKING:
Beer: James E Pepper 1776 Rye Whiskey barrel aged
Brewery: Georgetown Trading Company
Style: American Brown Aged in in Rye Whiskey Barrels
Beer Advocate Score: 4.05
Brewery’s description: this fine american brown ale was made in the old style and then matured to perfection in the freshly dumped oak barrels that previously held the award winning James E Pepper 1776 Straight Rye Whiskey. Cheers!
Brewery: Stone Brewing
Style: Mocha Stout
Beer Advocate Score:4.34/5
Brewery’s description: This is a beloved stout. When first introduced as a limited special collaboration release with San Diego homebrewer Chris Banker (after his recipe won our annual homebrew competition) and Cerveceria Insurgente, it was an instant hit and fans began clamoring for its return. Seeing as how its amazing flavor profile is evocative of Mexican hot chocolate, featuring coffee, pasilla peppers, vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg and a generous amount of our own in-house made chocolate, we concluded it was the perfect stout to re-release in celebration of the Holidays and the entire winter season. This is now a highly anticipated yearly tradition that we are pleased to present from us to you, and makes a perfect wintry gift from you to your friends, loved ones, or simply to yourself. Cheers!
Robert Mondavi Private Selection
Cab Sauv Aged in Bourbon Barrels 2016
Vivino Score: 4.1
Brewery’s description: This limited release Cabernet Sauvignon blends the craftsmanship of California winemaking with the Southern tradition of Bourbon Whiskey aging. Our coastal California vineyards deliver deep flavors of black cherry and blackberry to the wine. The next step is to age a select portion of the blend in Bourbon Whiskey barrels for at least 3 months, adding nuances of vanilla, brown sugar, and toasty oak.
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