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Fermentation tanks. Chateau Bellefont Belcier, Saint Emilion, Bordeaux, France

500,000 views on BKWine TV

”BKWine TV” is our video channel on Youtube. Lately we have not been very good at publishing new video material. It takes a lot of time to edit videos so have not quite been able to keep up with all the raw material that we have (any video editing volunteers?). But every once in a […]

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Making paella, a video

A Spanish signature dish: how to make a paella

Paella is a very Spanish dish. Usually one thinks of Paella Valenciana (from Valencia) when talking about it. But it is made in many different places in Spain. Want to discover some genuine paella? Here you can see how a real paella catalana is done. You start with frying some shrimps, add garlic, onion, la […]

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Dazzlingly beautiful videos from the Douro Valley vineyards

The Douro Valley makes some outstanding wines but it is also a spectacularly beautiful landscape. The river meanders through a landscape where wine growing has put its mark almost everywhere. Whichever way you look there are steep hills, incredibly steep hills, with narrow terraces. The terraces are sometimes no more than one row of vines […]

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Jaime ton vin

Fun and unusual wine videos: Jaime ton wine

Internet videos on wine tend to be shaky footage of vineyards, someone drinking wine in front of the camera blabbering on about fruit and body, or sometimes a winemaker who talks. This one is different: Jaime ton wine. It helps if you speak French, but even if not it is obvious that this is different. […]

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Yes, one really should drink more Portuguese wines!

As if one needed convincing! We made an interview some time back (quite some time) with Sarah Ahmed on why Portuguese wines are so interesting. She had a whole bunch of good arguments. Watch the entire video interview with Sarah Ahmed, The Wine Detective, here: 5 reasons why Portuguese wines are great with Sarah Ahmed, […]

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Should we go to Swartland?

On our March wine tour to South Africa (sold out in 2012 – let us know if you are interested for 2013) we have extended the wine regions we visit from “the usual”, those that are most commonly found on tour programs to South Africa: Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, and the Cape. Now we also include the […]

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“Honey, I bought a vineyard!”

Not everyone has 50 million euros to spend on a vineyard. One of the most cost efficient districts in which to buy a vineyard is the Languedoc in the south of France. Although they make some outstanding wines there today the land prices are often moderate. And weather is nice! Anders Åberg is a Swede […]

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Steenberg Vineyards with John Loubser, general manager – one of the oldest wineries in South Africa

Steenberg means Stone Mountain. The reason is obvious when you come here: you are surrounded by stones and mountains, granite stone mountain. This soil gives fantastic sauvignon blanc wines with lots of minerality. They also have sandy soil, loam and other terroir, but all originates from the granite. Steenberg is a very old farm that […]

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Domaine la Rabidote

“Honey, I bought a vineyard!”

Not everyone has 50 or 100 million euros to spend on a vineyard (as was recently the price tag for Ruffino). One of the most cost efficient districts in which to buy a vineyard is the Languedoc in the south of France. Although they make some outstanding wines there today the land prices are often […]

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Domaine Turner Pageot, Emmanuel Pageot & Karen Turner

The story of Domaine Turner Pageot | BKWine TV

Domaine Turner Pageot is a very small wine producer in the Languedoc, in the little town of Gabian. It was created by the husband and wife team of Emmanuel Pageot and Karen Turner, he from France and she from Australia. Emmanuel runs the vineyard and winery while Karen spends most of her time working as […]

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John Loubser, Steenberg Vineyards Winery

Steenberg Vineyards, South Africa, interview with John Loubser | BKWine TV

Interview with John Loubser, general manager at the Steenberg Vineyards Winery in Constantia on the Cape peninsula in South Africa. Steenberg means Stone Mountain. The reason is obvious when you come here: you are surrounded by stones and mountains, granite stone mountain. This soil gives fantastic sauvignon blanc wines with lots of minerality. They also […]

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