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We are LIVE on the AIR 11:05 Mtn. Time !!!real talk

Join us Live Today… Dec 20,  2014 

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Our Guests Today…

Jerry English, Regional Manager for Castello Banfi.tree

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Wines we are Opening in Studio Today…

• Brunello di Montalcino
• Rosa Regale
• San Angelo Pinot Grigio

Shea Wasson and Savannah Wilt, Wine Expert at Via Baci Modern Italian Bistro – 

The Kitchen & Bar of Via Baci features a Daily Happy Hour and the best Food & Wine Specials in Lone Tree! They are best known for modern Italian food, impeccable wine and friendly service in our Lone Tree restaurant. And like our name implies “kisses,” we treat everyone like family and welcome you to dine with us often! Please visit Via Baci www.viabaci.com

Traditional Italian Christmas Meal: 

Typical Italian Christmas dishes include baccalà (salted dried cod fish), vermicelli, baked pasta, capon and turkey. Traditional Christmas Eve Dinner, which includes seven types of fish (or nine, eleven, or thirteen, depending on the town of origin), is known as La Vigilia Napoletana in southern towns and includes drowned broccoli rabe (also known as Christmas Broccoli), roasted or fried eel, and caponata di pesce (fish salad) to complete the main course.

Christmas Movie Trivia…

We’ll be playing Christmas movie trivia and making Making Merry with our Sponsors and Guests. Here’s how the game is played. We will run a clip from our top pick Christmas movie – if you know what movie it is, CALL US at 303-713-8178.

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Weinbach Riesling

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Keith and Kimberly welcome the wines of Domaine Weinbach

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Guests in Studio

  • Jean Luc / Westin Denver Downtown
  • Michael Wray  / MSU Denver

Weinbach Riesling weinbach

Our wine-making process carefully respects the grape’s qualities; a minimum of interference combined with an extreme vigilance allows their development. The main conditions are: grape picking scheduled on optimal maturity; rigorous selection; gentle and gradual pressings; a long fermentation in ancient oak barrels, under the action of the indigenous yeast for authenticity and complexity.

The mineral richness and variety of the soil, the personality of each grape variety, its balance with the surroundings and the soil, the individuality of each plot of vines and the choice and conditions of the wine harvest lead to a large selection of “cuvées“. Each one has its own personality, its own color, but always with the same quest for purity and elegance combined with richness and harmony. The results of this quest are wonderful gastronomic wines.

 

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Trimbach Wines

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Keith and Kimberly welcome the Wines of Trimbach

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Guests in Studio

  • Jean Luc / Westin Denver Downtown
  • Michael Wray  / MSU Denver

Passion for Alsace wines since 1626…trimbach

The viticultural origin of the Trimbach Family dates back to 1626. For almost four centuries, the Trimbach Family has been promoting Alsace and its History, its exceptional terroirs and fine wines. Today, the family vineyard is led by Hubert Trimbach, nephews Jean and Pierre, and his daughter Anne, the eldest of the 13th generation. Much enthusiasm and great ambitions that perpetuate tradition, the requirement and the know-how to bring wines to perfection. The undisputed masters of that “style Trimbach” a world reference among the Alsace Wine…  Please visit www.Trimbach.com

 

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PIERRE SPARR BRUT

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Keith and Kimberly welcome the wines of Pierre Sparr

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Guests in Studio

  • Jean Luc / Westin Denver Downtown
  • Michael Wray  / MSU Denver

Pierre Sparr Cremant d’Alsace Reserve BrutPierre-Sparr-Cremant

Winemaker’s Notes: Pale gold green color; subtle bouquet, crisp and lively acidity, with delicate fine bubbles; reminiscence of minerals, herbs, citrus fruits; creamy, nicely bodied with a good balance; pleasant, elegant on the palate, with a dry and clean finish. Ideal aperitif or cocktail wine; excellent with shellfish! 80% Pinot Blanc, 20% Pinot Noir

Alsace has been celebrated for its lovely, dry white wines for centuries. In the heart of Alsace’s finest district, the Haut-Rhin, Pierre Sparr follows a 300-year-old tradition of winemaking that began during the reign of King Louis XIV. Since 1680, the Sparr family’s passion for viticulture and winemaking has passed from one generation to the next. The family’s devotion to the land, their attention to the smallest detail and their uncompromising quest for excellence can been seen in every bottle bearing the Sparr family crest.

 

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Wines of Alsace

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Alsace wine or Alsatian wine (in French: Vin d’Alsace) is produced in the Alsace region in France and is primarily white. Because of its Germanic influence, it is the only Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée region in France to produce mostly varietally labelled wines, typically from similar grape varieties to those used in German wine. Along with Austria and Germany, it produces some of the most noted dry Rieslings in the world as well as highly aromatic Gewürztraminer wines. Wines are produced under three different AOCs: Alsace AOC for white, rosé and red wines, Alsace Grand Cru AOC for white wines from certain classified vineyards and Crémant d’Alsace AOC for sparkling wines. Both dry and sweet white wines are produced.

In 2006, vines were grown on 15,298 hectares (37,800 acres) in 119 villages in Alsace, and 111.3 million litres of wine was produced, corresponding to 148.4 million bottles of 750 ml, generating 478.8 million euro in revenue. Of the vineyard surface, 78% was classified for the production of AOC Alsace wines, 4% for AOC Alsace Grand Cru, and 18% for AOC Crémant d’Alsace.[1] About 90% of the wine produced is white. 25% of the production is exported, and the five largest export markets for still Alsace wine in terms of volume are Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Denmark and the United States.

 

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