World of Wine – NEW SERIES RELEASED!

“World of Wine” is a new TV show that gathers stories from the key players of the worlds top wineries and wine regions!  With the WINERAM Productions film crew traveling around the world, the World of Wine has already filmed in 3 countries with episodes from Australia, New Zealand and soon the USA’s top wineries!  Stay tuned as we begin to release various episodes from the World of Wine!

World of Wine Episode 1: Seppeltsfield Winery

WINERAM on NBC News

 

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WINERAM was interviewed on Channel 4′s NBC News from Reno, NV.  The report discusses their recent relocation to Tahoe, California, and about their recent success of having the series picked up by ABC International being broadcast through 46 countries!

Read/watch the full story here.

WINERAM on NBC News

 

NBCnews-screenshot

WINERAM was interviewed on Channel 4′s NBC News from Reno, NV.  The report discusses their recent relocation to Tahoe, California, and about their recent success of having the series picked up by ABC International being broadcast through 46 countries!

Read/watch the full story here.

The Good, the Bad, and the Evil

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A great write up from one of WINERAM’s friends and talented wine writer Katie Delaney!

Technology. It’s all around us. Changing the way we buy our groceries, the way we network, how we communicate with each other and lead our lives on a day to day basis. What you may not have considered is that it is also changing wine…in every aspect.

It affects the way we buy wine. You can shop for and purchase wine from all regions of the world instantly online, and have that wine delivered to your doorstep in a temperature controlled package within a matter of days.

It affects the way we drink wine. Utilizing the Coravin, we can now drink from a wine bottle without removing or damaging the cork. A tiny needle penetrates through the whole of the capsule and cork, extracting wine from the bottle while it is pressurized with argon. The needle is removed, and the cork reseals itself. The bottle goes back on the shelf, and you can taste that same, delicious wine weeks later. Incredible, right?

Read the full article at Rebel Wine Collective

The Good, the Bad, and the Evil

goodbadd-evil

A great write up from one of WINERAM’s friends and talented wine writer Katie Delaney!

Technology. It’s all around us. Changing the way we buy our groceries, the way we network, how we communicate with each other and lead our lives on a day to day basis. What you may not have considered is that it is also changing wine…in every aspect.

It affects the way we buy wine. You can shop for and purchase wine from all regions of the world instantly online, and have that wine delivered to your doorstep in a temperature controlled package within a matter of days.

It affects the way we drink wine. Utilizing the Coravin, we can now drink from a wine bottle without removing or damaging the cork. A tiny needle penetrates through the whole of the capsule and cork, extracting wine from the bottle while it is pressurized with argon. The needle is removed, and the cork reseals itself. The bottle goes back on the shelf, and you can taste that same, delicious wine weeks later. Incredible, right?

Read the full article at Rebel Wine Collective

Wine Speak: Decoding the Overused and the Misunderstood

Great write up from one of WINERAM’s friends and talented wine writer Katie Delaney!

 

Wine Speak: Decoding the Overused and the Misunderstood

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sommeliers, are arrogant. The term “wine snob” is thrown around loosely. One of the main reasons for this stigma is undoubtedly the way that wine professionals choose to, and have been taught to, describe wines. We are verbose. Instead of just saying a wine is acidic, one might err towards an adjective like austere orlinear, to give his or her colleagues a more specific idea of what that acidity is like in that particular wine. To a guest at a restaurant or the curious stranger, this can sound utterly ridiculous. Today, I will present to you a few of the wine terms that I have found to be the most overused and misused – and hopefully give you a clearer idea of what they actually mean.
The holy grail of them all. . .TERROIR 

Wine Speak: Decoding the Overused and the Misunderstood

Great write up from one of WINERAM’s friends and talented wine writer Katie Delaney!

 

Wine Speak: Decoding the Overused and the Misunderstood

WineSnob

sommeliers, are arrogant. The term “wine snob” is thrown around loosely. One of the main reasons for this stigma is undoubtedly the way that wine professionals choose to, and have been taught to, describe wines. We are verbose. Instead of just saying a wine is acidic, one might err towards an adjective like austere orlinear, to give his or her colleagues a more specific idea of what that acidity is like in that particular wine. To a guest at a restaurant or the curious stranger, this can sound utterly ridiculous. Today, I will present to you a few of the wine terms that I have found to be the most overused and misused – and hopefully give you a clearer idea of what they actually mean.
The holy grail of them all. . .TERROIR 

Production of WINERAM USA Begins!

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PRODUCTION OF WINERAM USA BEGINS!

As we begin to put out the content for WINERAM Australia, our team here in LA are gearing up to hit the road for the USA series.

Some wineries and companies are already on board and logistics are being planned where as some placement and opportunities for wineries, wine regions, activity operators, hotels, restaurants and more are still open for the taking!

It’s exciting times, hard work, and it’s going to be fun. We are about to do the season of WINERAM with the highest production value and best storyline yet. Be ready!

Movember

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Happy MOvember everybody! In honor of MOvember the men of WINERAM are participating and started the month of with clean shaven baby faces!

Who do you think will have the most epic ‘stache by the end of MOvember??