As a wine lover, grasping the nuances of these decisions can heighten our appreciation of what is in our glass. We're grateful that our first video series features a winemaker of Nick Goldschmidt's stellar international reputation.
Windsor, CA (PRWEB) June 11, 2008
To aid consumers in fully understanding the subtleties and complexities that govern every step of a winemaker's decision-making process, VinoShipper.com has released for free online viewing the first two episodes in its new video series, "The Winemakers."
The first winemaker featured is Nick Goldschmidt, formerly Executive Domestic Winemaker for Beam Estates wine portfolio and now co-owner and winemaker of Goldschmidt Vineyard/Forefathers in Healdsburg, California. The videos are available at Vinoshipper's social site.
Episode 1 features Nick presenting his extensive international and domestic winemaking experience. Episode 2, "Vine Layout and Control," has Nick in the vineyard discussing root stock and grafting, light control through row layout, and vine control via a layer system. The remaining 12 videos in this 14 part series--which will explore the vineyard, site specific farming and harvesting, field selections and clones, white and red style fine wine making, closures, and southern hemisphere vineyards and wines--will be released over the next few weeks at VinoShipperSocial.com.
"Fine winemakers know that every decision in the grape-growing and winemaking process impacts what we see, sense, and taste," said Steven Harrison, Vinoshipper.com's CEO and president. "As a wine lover, grasping the nuances of these decisions can heighten our appreciation of what is in our glass. We're grateful that our first video series features a winemaker of Nick Goldschmidt's stellar international reputation."
Wine lovers who wish to be kept informed when VinoShipper releases new episodes, can do so by subscribing to VinoShipper.com's newsletter at http://www.vinoshipper.com or http://www.vinoshippersocial.com.
The goal of VinoShipper.com is to be an efficient global retailer for wine. It does so by expanding the ability of the wineries it represents to reach out to those who appreciate good wine and who value having a broad selection. By connecting these consumers directly to wines they may not otherwise know, and by maximizing the winery's' profits, VinoShipper.com benefits the consumer and the winery. VinoShipper.com is located in the heart of California's wine country.