Beside guildsomm and Wine Folly, what are some other YouTube channels you watch?
Have a look into the Unknown Winecaster, he offeres informative presentations on wine grapes, regions and technology. The presentations are well studied.
Certainly the Unknown Winecaster. Fantastic breakdown of regions.
Then Rachel von Sturmer for the best catalogs/playlists of videos.
I watch a lot of Phish concerts. I also like watching "Fool Us" from Penn and Teller, and the Dark 5 channel.
I, too, watch a lot of Phish concerts.
Don't judge to hard.
I can't. lol
That '94 Clifford Ball show though!
Unknown Winecaster rocks! Super informative and he is quite responsive. Whilst studying for my certification, I had asked him to cover a subject of which he had not yet a video on. He responded to me in less than 24 hrs and had a new cast up on my subject of inquiry in less than 7 days.
Adulting With Alcohol w/ Cristie Norman
Mike Colameco's Real Food: https://www.youtube.com/user/KirkSohr. I think this is one of the best food and wine shows on TV. Some of the episodes are filmed in some of the greatest kitchens in the world, and he usually spends time with the somm of each restaurant on the show. Most seasons include an episode or two from wine regions all over the place - Alsace, Bordeaux, Sicily, Portugal.
Cristie is amazing! Met her recently and her desire to share knowledge is inspiring!
Another vote for Adulting with Alcohol by Christie Norman. I also love So You Think You Know Wine, a blind tasting competition show.
Christie's awesome. A great taster too! Had a blast at the advanced course in Dallas