Dang, The Air Is Thinner Up Here

This Breggo Pinot Noir review from our secret location taught us a few important things:

1. Check your damned white balance before hitting ‘RECORD.’ Our skin really isn’t that sick freakish color. Zoinks, Scoob that’s gross.

2. The “no-edit rule” isn’t viable long-term. Eventually you’ll be drunk enough that your video requires edits. I chopped a good three minutes of God knows what kind of crap out of here for your benefit. You’re welcome. 🙂

3. We should never attempt to record three video reviews in a single day again. Ever.


Eye Candy Switcheroo!

Normally Ed is our Eye Candy but he got stuck down in the crawl space while putting away Christmas decorations, so we had to replace him for this episode. Ed will be bummed that he missed the Pech Merle review, but we’ll rescue him just as soon as we finish this bottle. And in case you’re worried about Ed, don’t be. You can’t hear him yelling on the video. (Our mics just aren’t that sensitive)

And The Angels Sang

Happy New Year! Yeah yeah, we’re a week late but you were all wrapped up in post-holiday cleanup, so we thought we’d wait until things settled down and you could pay attention again. You’re welcome!

It’s A Threesome!

The three of us are sitting in our three chairs, tasting and reviewing three sips each of three different wines! Pull up a chair for three minutes and watch. (Ok, it’s not really Continue reading

Woot, It’s Ladies Night!

They’re heeeeeere! Yes it’s the moment you’ve been waiting for! Or dreading. Our very first 50 Shades of Grape LADIES-ONLY Review. (Or should that be REVUE?) Who knows? Either way you spell it, Continue reading

Vintner Vignette: Michael Talty

Woohoo it’s our very first Vintner Vignette, where we talk directly with winemakers to help you learn more about them, their wine and their clubs. We thought it would be fun to break the ice with one of our favorite Continue reading

The Way We Were

Fresh off the Napa/Sonoma 50 Shades of Grape Tour 2012, Ed, Laura and first-time video virgin Sara review an interesting blend from Salvestrin, one of our favorite wineries in St. Helena, California. You’ll learn a bit about Joy who guided our tasting experience, Salvestrin’s wine club and FYI, cut Ed a little slack, as he’s still carrying a torch for his man crush from last year’s Bromance with… Continue reading