Cabernet Sauvignon. I will teach you where these wines originally came from and with which foods to enjoy them. Then, we will look at wine-tasting vocabulary like
cork, and more. Finally, I will teach you a few commonly-used idioms including
wine and dine,
days of wine and roses, and
put a cork in it. This video is jam-packed with useful vocabulary. Why not try the quiz after watching?
Hi dear teacher, how are you? Please, for the wine idioms, don’t forget the well-known phrase: “In vino veritas”. I know, it’s not in English but … it could be interesting anyway. Goodbye and thank you for the precious lesson
Hi Ben! Thank you. I give you an advice, take a look on Spanish and Italian wine. I prefer Red Tempranillo from Rioja and White Pino Grigio from Friuli Venezia Giulia.
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Thanks Benjamin, Nice and cultural class. I enjoyed it, but, as I live in hot region of Brazil, I prefer beer, like: Carling, 1669, Bombardier, Guinness or London Pride, Brahma, Heineken and son on. Have a Nice Sunday!.
Thank you for a helpful and informative lesson. I like wine and beer. For me, in the area of wine, I prefer Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon among others. I captured screenshots of the video for later reference when I go shopping wines.
The best wine that I’ve ever tasted was a french wine. I just know that it looked dry and a little bitter. I’m not sure about that. Anyaway, thanks for these good information. It seems enough for what we need to know when choosing a wine.
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I haven’t tasted wine before. It’s never occurred to me that it is so sophisticated in a beautiful way like this. Thanks.
Thank you very much
you have written ” Reisling”. Why ?
I thing, it should be “Riesling” and I have this word in the dictiotary up.
/ˈriːzlɪŋ/ – a type of white wine, made especially in Germany, that has a light flowery taste
Nice lesson Ben, I love red wine.have a great day.
Thanks for your efforts.
But l have a question
can you explain “corked bottle” and “put cork in it” to me again?
Thank you Mr. Benjamin.