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Albariño Ambassador Program - Shared screen with gallery view
Kathleen Thomas
24:11
Hugs and toasts from Las Vegas!
Douglas Trapasso
24:11
Hello from chicago!
Chasity Cooper
24:20
Hi from Chicago as well!
Alfred Young
24:27
Hello from Jacksonville,FL!!
Liam Mycroft
24:28
Greetings from Dublin, Ireland
Katherine Wilson
24:29
Hello from the British Virgin Islands!
Clyde Woode
24:30
Good morning Rick and everyone else! from Prescott,AZ
Amanda Nicole Borne
24:31
Good morning from Boulder, Colorado. Rainy here today.
Nicole Ramirez
24:35
Chicago in the house!
Mina Williams
24:40
Hello from Snohomish, WA
Patricia R Palacios
24:41
Hello from San Juan, Puerto Rico
Anna Hatter
24:43
Hello from DC!
Patrick Mata
24:45
good morning everyone!
Erin Drain
24:46
Good morning from Chicago!
Lukasz Niedzielski
24:53
Hello from Barcelona!
Tom Zarillo
25:00
Hello from Charleston!
Marshall Wehr
25:00
Hello from Detroit area
Jeannie Boutelle
25:04
Hi from Chicago..
Scott Stewart
25:06
Good morning from the Bay Area!
Chin Young
25:09
Hello from New York
Hilary McCown
25:09
Hello from Portland, Oregon!
Monica Gural
25:14
Good afternoon all from Jersey!
Robert Noles
25:23
Hello from Atlanta!
Manuel Recio
26:17
Good morning from the Willamette Valley/Portland!
Heather Tarter
26:41
Hello from Boston!
Doug Homoky
27:12
Hello from Tennessee!
Hemant Kala
27:24
hi good morning from jersey
Stefani Jacobsmeyer
27:31
Hello from St. Louis!
Annie Vázquez
27:33
¡Buenos días from Puerto Rico!
Scott Kelly
27:33
Hello from Atlanta!
Sara Gabriele
28:07
Buenos dias from Redondo Beach!
Erin Drain
45:11
wow!
Chasity Cooper
45:44
Would’ve never thought about Uruguay!
Liam Mycroft
46:30
Uruguay is producing some superb Albarino - The Atlantic seaboard creates great climate for saline albarino there...
Rosa Gonzalez
48:01
There also is albariño in Wales.
Patrick Mata, Olé & Obrigado
48:44
thank you Rosa. we will add this to the next seminar on May 9th
Scott Kelly
51:43
*Rosa G - do you know the name of a winery in Wales? Would love to check that out!
Liam Mycroft
58:36
Ancre Hill make an Orange on-skin Albarino in Wales - They are in Monmouth...
Scott Kelly
58:56
thank you!!!
Lara Lopez
01:03:20
For those newer to wine - lees are the dead yeast cells leftover after fermentation
Manuel Recio
01:03:58
Are there any producers experimenting with fermentation in concrete tanks?
Scott Kelly
01:04:41
Any suggestions on great visits in Rias Baixas? Any producers really go "all in" during tours rather than the standard walk-and-taste?
Scott Kelly
01:05:13
(professional level....not consumer)
Katherine Wilson
01:09:04
I’ll be there in a few weeks — would love some visit suggestions from the consumer side as well!
Scott Kelly
01:11:10
i just looked up Casa Solla (the Chef is speaking in the video now) looks to be a “must see"
Liam Mycroft
01:11:29
Yummy
Chasity Cooper
01:11:33
So good!
Rosa Gonzalez
01:17:24
Pepe Solla also has a more casual restaurant in Santiago de Compostela, La Radio Pepe Solla, adyacent to the Praza de Abastos Market.
Brooke Webster- Ole' & Obrigado
01:19:17
check out the new Casa Beatnik at the winery Pazo de Gallegos @casabeatnik on instagram
Liam Mycroft
01:19:17
Yep - Would never think of Albarino with steaks - There's a challenge
Charlie Leary
01:19:22
Can someone discuss “salinity” versus an actual presence of salt in white wines? The basis for the salinity? Is there any research on this?
Scott Kelly
01:21:31
I'm trying Publix Fried Chicken and Albarino tonight!
Erin Drain
01:21:36
haha! yes Rick!!!
Mozel Watson
01:21:36
Lol hilarious
Chasity Cooper
01:21:46
Oooh, Publix!
Jose Valverde
01:21:53
This is GOLD!
Chasity Cooper
01:22:07
Hahaha, that was great!
Liam Mycroft
01:22:13
In at the deep end :)
Lauren Voigt
01:22:18
😂
Lara Lopez
01:22:19
I love it!!
Yannick Benjamin, Wine on Wheels
01:22:33
Wonderful video!
Sara Gabriele
01:22:38
Haha!
Alfred Young
01:22:46
The perfect pairing, Albariño and the pool
Christopher Webb
01:22:52
Thank you guys. incredible seminar
Nicole Ramirez
01:23:03
Where can we get the albarino shirt?!
Amanda Nicole Borne
01:23:16
Thank you so much for the fun, informative presentation!
Scott Kelly
01:23:16
i want that shirt too1
Chasity Cooper
01:23:19
this has been amazing - thank you all so much!
Bonita Brumfield
01:23:41
I didnt understand the jump from albarion to vihno verde. Can you explain the relation again
Ramon Cordoba
01:23:53
Thanks, very interesting!
Anna Hatter
01:23:54
Thank you all so much! Loving all of the information!
Mozel Watson
01:24:08
Thank You Cheers
Hemant Kala
01:24:35
thanks again Yannick and all for this great education i am pouring Alvarinho by the glass by Ansemo Mendes and the guest are loving it.
Chin Young
01:24:42
Thank you all
Marta Rafols
01:24:44
Thanks so much! Very interesting presentation!
Liam Mycroft
01:25:35
Apparantly, Ireland is the largest market for Albarino in the European Union - We have taken it to heart -
Erin Drain
01:25:46
This was so great! Great work Rick, Patrick and Yannick. And Lara!
Liam Mycroft
01:25:49
Export market that is...
Marshall Wehr
01:25:54
We carry 5 albarino wines at Plum Market and they move fast … !
Aaron Brown
01:26:19
To speakers, what is oldest Alb-based wine you’ve had and plz describe. Thanks for the info!
Ed Hogan
01:26:42
Great presentation - Thank you!
Hilary McCown
01:26:52
Retailer here - this is the ONE white wine that our customers seek out!
Hilary McCown
01:27:12
I should say white wine from Spain
Deborah Grayson
01:27:24
Albarino has always been one of my favorite whites. Now I’ve fallen deeper! Loved the enthusiasm for this grape and this presentation. Thank you Rick, Patrick, and Yannick!!
Kathleen Thomas
01:27:38
Thank you so much!
Scott Kelly
01:27:50
nobody uses American Airlines anyway (love from ATL)
Grace Fenner
01:28:54
Do you have any more info about Albarino from Japan?
Marshall Wehr
01:29:24
Ws this area affected by phylloxera?
Scott Kelly
01:29:45
Add to Grace F....where can we get an Albarino from Japan in the US?
Aaron Brown
01:32:11
Thanks so much for this!
Nicole Ramirez
01:33:29
Albarino is so delicious, it really sells itself! But these little nuggets of knowledge help with telling a more in depth story so it’s been great!
TOMOHIRO SATO
01:33:33
I will check out Albariño from my home county, Japan. Thank you!
Elisa Crye
01:33:49
Thank you all. This was informative!
Rick Fisher, Wine Scholar Guild
01:33:49
Fantastic!
Fellipe Silva
01:34:51
Thank you Patrick & Rick, fantastic seminar!
Amanda Nicole Borne
01:34:57
Thank you so much!
Nicole Ramirez
01:35:10
So great!
Theresa Sanchez
01:35:24
Wonderful, thanks so much! What a great initiative!
Hilary McCown
01:35:32
Wow - thank you so much for the great seminar!
Olé & Obrigado
01:35:32
El Camino del Albariño In The Kitchen - Download here: https://oleobrigado.com/elcaminodelalbarinocookbook
Charlie Leary
01:35:34
Thank you all!
Jeannie Boutelle
01:35:48
This was terrific! Thank you for all this great info!!
Sara Gabriele
01:35:58
Thank you very much! Always great hearing about albariño and for a great cause!
Tom Zarillo
01:36:00
Thank you very much for this!!!
Clyde Woode
01:36:01
Javier and Rick, this has been fantastic. I've studied these regions but great new info. Looking forward to the next one.
Mayumi Yamaoka
01:36:03
Thank you so much!!!
Jahdea Gildin
01:36:04
Thank you!!
Marshall Wehr
01:36:09
Thank you all for putting this together !!
Scott Kelly
01:36:13
thank you!!! love this!
Theresa Sanchez
01:36:15
Gracias e Obrigada!
Christina Immerman
01:36:16
Gracias por todo!
Blanche Orbe
01:36:17
Gracias!!
Nicole Ramirez
01:36:17
Gracias!
Nicolas Quiñones – Olé & Obrigado
01:36:17
Great show, thank you all for coming!
Jonelle Gingrich
01:36:18
thanks
Ally Ingalls
01:36:19
Thank you!
Christina Hu
01:36:21
Thank you!
Patricia R Palacios
01:36:21
Thanks!
Mike Smith - Olé & Obrigado
01:36:25
Cheers all!
Liam Mycroft
01:36:29
Thanks all
Jacqui Branch
01:36:30
Thank you very much!! Cheers!!
Amy Moreau
01:36:30
Thank You!!!
Douglas Trapasso
01:36:41
Thank you!
Racquel McCreary
01:36:47
Thank You.